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THE CAIRO DAILY KULLEI7N, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 37, 1871.
THE BULLETIN.
Metel rpft the City MA County.
lUUN H. OBXHLY, Kdltor nj 1'ublUher
nmiu or th daily mullktin
Om WMt, bf errte $ V
Oat jusiij eerrler, 1b edTMice 10 00
Obi yew toy curler If not ptd in
KlTMW.,iMi, ,.- J100
toeaktaMlMiu , 100
fkrM 8 00
Mxaoeta. 6 96
WyWttf.'?.;...; looo
j l l' i" M t T
THUS OF WXBXLT BULLETIN.
Ob m.,u,.u tl 00
MmtHi..J. 75
THw Month 60
iBYBriwIy In Bdruio.
TH KW PABtr IN ILLINOIS.
fMemnhil ATe.lanehB.1
Politick! partlee tiu-.i.
gradu
ate of
117 reeeivia,
faun.
n the
on
co
re
fid
rolty
FTno to
t rur-
rlla to
S traditional
Hal it Ulnp.
facte the demo-
rbf tbo Illlnoli
.It rotolvod to cut
tare. Thoy brought tho
rpM to Springfield and tat
Iff. Too Liberal ltenubllcan
rare invited toaiiUl in tba in-
Xay complied. It h not a
icotpa, mil 11 m rrtgrant ; and
BB lnqueai, inoueb not ex
alt a to tba eausea of tho doatb.
ulaioutly that tha loonor tho
u ware coatlened to the tomb and
red to a located, libborinc ehoit. tha
etter for' the ceaeral political health. Ai
aanlUrr meeiure. Immodiato action via
demanded. Wo quote from' tbo vordlct of
thli Jury of Inquest:
Political vartiat are but acerecMlons
of citltena baring a common belief, and
. ezui only &y content, yot aro bound to
5tnr Dyiirooi; ttoa and obligation! that
lame m aennite extttenco and functiona
'MCorporatleB. "Tboy make hiitory and
create Irieada and enemiet. They llvo or
die by the record tboy mtko. The act
or their repratentatiTe men aro. politic
ijr a Dinaiag upon mem a tho acti of
agent. upon tbti princi
we bold that tmttiot lono
Juhod cbould not bo abandoned .for
and trpsicnt cauica, but when any
Decuman vnauuou o 100 timet and
tot tbo poople. or bai failed unon rn.
b - . . ' . ...... . .
l tnai vo aaoru rnnei, mat It 11 tbe
tae people to iorm new alliancei
atzation for tuo promotion of tho
r- , m -
10 weiure.
re recognize a facta not io be dls-
aiicdtbat tho Democratic and Kcnubli-
pan .partial havo heretofore arrayed tbo
upioci mo unitou oiaiot unon oonna.
Ins linea; that each ha cboaen it leaden
Fand made it record ; that each at thit
time had no other reaton for longer oxltt
eaoe than tbe continued election of ofllco
aeeker to placo; tbttt each lms furn
iihed iu duo proportion of tbe
allie to noarlv ovorv nnhlle wrnn
IDII uea uevn luuiciru upon in poopre
l . , .----
lor mo tail aeoaao; mat mo ono in power
nu been in every tcaeme 01 puoiio plun
der; mat mo one out or power baa many
Jdr in ouico who naro provou iinauio
to wltbiland tbe allurement of plunder
ooared for oivinon by inbir poworful ap
ponenta; that of lato yeara.neltber incon
grau no elaowhere, haa either placed itsolf
upon tbe aide of tlio poople by ita nets, mid
tbe rots of iti lerVHnti; that on tlio con
trarr, tbeae falao aervant and londcrt, by
the powerful machinery of cnucui nnd
conrentlonabave kept tho control nf
their reapectiTo partial, and thereby in
cured tbo offlceri and betrayed tho im
portent truita, deluded their friend and
deatrored tbe hope of tliuir arpporteri
and of the country.
Tbeae are very healthy conclusions,
which we commeod to old partiiin ovorj
whtre, who propose to aave tho country
by reorganizing that combination of
bate, prejudice!, pauiona and itupiditlui i
known aa Bourbon Democracy. JJut tlio
Illlnoii Democrat did not ttop at ttila
point. Thoy declaro that tboy 'hall with
plouure tho sign of a 'now doparturo' in
tba rant of tho people, and of n
movement that promise to carry
forward mcaiurei adequato to tho
needa of tbe hour, and men
competent, and untullled by tbe corrup
tion of tbe party." Alio, that "we do
and will aupport auch raoaiurei and men
who, to our Judgement, uninfluenced by
party predilection, will moat aurely rut
compliab tbe great cardinal object of all
co-operationi, the greateat good of tlio
government."
Thli i treaion. "Whoro aro tho politi
cal ringmaateri? "Where are tbo ctern
patriot wont in former year to wield tho
partylaah? where, oh where, aro th
eternal, uncbaoging, never-dying, copper
bottomed, itcel.rivetnd par-riuciplea of
tho ancient Democracy.
TI1K QUINOY 11ANK HOUBEKY.
(Qulncy llerMd.)
Xhuraday morning, AVUllam C&rr, )inl
tor of tbe Fir it National bauk building,
upon entering tbo rooina, in the ordinary
diKbarre of hi duty, noticed that the
plutering upon tho (idea of tho bank
vault wa cracked, and auirioctlmr mis
chief, haatenod to inform tbe officcri of the
hank. 11 wa eoon diicovorod that tho
lock upon tbe vault door i so diimtuod j
that it mutt be forced. But it wai notnec
caiary to await tho accompliabmcnt of
thli. In tbe room above, nil
tbe evidence, needful to Batltfy tho
moil ioqulring mind wa found. Tbe
floor above the vault had boen removed,
as alio tbe masonry about two feot In
tbickneai laying bare tbo outeido urfaco
or the boller-lron vault. About tho mun
ner of forcine thia. and tbe timo ronuired,
account! vary: some claimlnc tbat thn
haadi of the bolta were cut oil' with cold
were drilled off the time allowed rani;-
ine from two hours to two wceka. In
one thing all agree, that an entrance wai
effected, which li. after all, the wain
thine.
Una of tbe employee! of tbe bank (io
aeendkd through tho onenlne and ascor
talned that tbe lafoi wore Indeed open ml
or at leait two ot them. Hooix tbo vault
door vielded to the ci'aline of a lock
amlth. and tbo whole dread aiiaater itarod
the communi'y in tbe face, for by thli
time rumor soetned to have flown on tho
win( of the wind, and the bank, tho
o&M above, the sidewalk, and no small
BortiM. Of the street, were filled with
lLlaeetv cepiBsr, lliUnioc crowd
weaiBr at the half burnt bank
I Zim' tha hammera, ehliela, fui
IboML' wwder, Ac-, In blank eilonlihmeot.
wVi..v.iiiamtato roarkthii as the work
Icf thi Prt.?PfrJd ,"f"-w!.'?T
lUe (MU Wlll.WOUIgO U mi mm wv oj.
luiitiM of 'iwiiwuow :
trtHi, BfeM, WB1CB BSlgan K
ki.u h erraneed a Dlstol in
aueb BBianaeritbat, fired By a trios, it
should mako "aiiuranco doubly sure."
Tho skill, too, with which they avoided
tbo alarm teiegrapn, attneneu 10 mo uoor
of tho vault.1 ii romarkablo. Tbo
train isi, tho villains rollro to tho it root,
tbo train ii fired; a dull, deep report telli
of iho succois.of their plan. A fow mo
ments ipont in tilenco auuro thorn that
tboy aro unheard or, at loait, unnoticed,
thoy return, gather tbe plundor, and aoon
tbo rlchoi, which havo coit long cr ot
honeit toll, have down in a night. Eigh
ty tbausanddellarf, in round numbori, in
caih. may ba set down as mcortaiiiud be
yond doubt.
Humor! aro rlfo concerning half n million
in special depotits, ami, n it inakoi tho
matter no worse, ami ia ehoiler to apeak
and wrlle, wo can 100 no roaion why wo
ihouldnottay a Million. Of a like un
saliifaetory naturo, aro all tho rumora con
corning autplcioui charactora, and the ar
rests Hindi. Twenty thoutnmi dollnra
havo boen olTercd a a roward Irr tho ar
rest of tha thlovcs and tho recovery of tho
proporty. o would suggoit, that a pro
portional amount ibould va oll'erod for nny
part of the good!, or ono of tbo tbiovi.
When that but been dono, tlioro need bo
noiueition that all that dotoclivo Acu
men can do, will bo done. Ono tiling, po
lio and public may rest ufsurod of thia If
not tho work ot loAfors nbout Qmncy.
Tho job I", it tircicnt, in tbo handi of
Capt. John (J. McUraw, and wo have
eroatlv over estimated bU Ability in hU
particular lino, if ho faila to avnli liiniielf
of tbo oxporietico crint mcbt sccompini 01
doloctivos or tuo rinkorion ngoncy, una
tbo belt agoncy's of rJt. Louis mid Cincin
nati. Jieforo going to preia wo loirn tbat
$180,000 in Adama county bonds wcro
among tho upeclal dopoalt etiileo.
Tho numbora of thoso booda aro from
221 to 400, incluaivo. Thcao bonds worn
dcpoiitod to nwalt tbo roiult of a InwsnU
now ponding in tno tm promo Louri, in
which tho Imuo is whllhor thctu bo ml a
shall bo cancellod or daiivorod to John IS.
Alley, and aro therefore uttorly useless nt
proiont.
THE SIAMESE TWIKd.
AVPEAKAUOK OF THE ROD1E3
AFTER KMllALMENTM YaTKUY
OV TUB UMBILICAL CONiNEO
TION CIIAltAUTKitlSTIO Or
THE CLASS Ob' MONSTEKS TO
"W1II01I CUANO AND 15NO IJE
LOWUKD. (I'hiladolphla Corrcapondcneo of tho New
eriv jivraiu.;
Tbo oxtorior nnd intorior casoa in which
tho ainmoso twins havo boon onclcisud
sinco their doUb, with all tho charcoal in
which thoy "wcro packod during their
freightage from tho South to tho North
have been entirely removod, nnd tho
bodies now Ho In tbcii ombuttned sUto
upon h largo tablo in tho collego of phy
sicians and turgeono. Across tbo facu of
oacli of tbo twins thoro repoiea n lirco
spongo saturated wilh ohomlcnl liquids, of
wiilco 1 am romowiiM ignorant. Mil in
which carbolic acid stoma to ba tho bail).
TUB COMNKCriMl L1XX,
tbat peculiar band of tlcih which, in life
and doatb, 'linlto tho two seemingly into
ono inseparable union, was, until twolvn
o'clock to-dny, covered with a ploco of
wnitu drapery, winio nil tno otnor lections
of tbo bodies, eavo tho (aco, remained en
tirely naked. About tho room stood bar
rel! of pinter of l'aris, along with tha
idlo tool! of thoso who bad been prepar
ing the csiti. The body of Chang, who
was tbo first to oxpiro, was
prevaded with a dark and unnntuaral blu
ish tint, tho characteristic! of the indi
vidual being apparent in doatb hi thov
wero during life. Tbo preservation of
Kng, bowovor, was perfect, his face 1nt
and limbs being perfectly natural, and
bnving undergone no abrinkngo sinco bli
domlio. .Not tlio slightest odor, bowovor,
proceodod from oltlicr of tho bodier,
which proves conclusively tbat tho em.
balmmunt baa boon ai parfoot ft 5 human
icionro could rendor it. Upon n tnblo
noar by responded tbo
I'LAHTKR Or MKIS CAST!",
as fnr ns thov wore completod. Tho bo4-
iflj nro not rwproduced in jilaitor in toto,
but nro conformed to tbo original by sepa
rata and distinct parti. Tbo flrit CHst wm
m&do of tbo head and n portion of tho
shoulders, which, for tho snko of clresill
cation, may bo irregularly donmuinatcd ns
tho hint. The lsst touch of thn
artist' knifo has played its part,
and the reproduction of tbo hoad
and shoulders is completo and per
fect. Tho cast of the bodies, from the
arm pits down to tho upper extremities of
tho logi, was incomplete until 12 o'clock
to-day, wLilo tboro was no ovldenco in
tho surroundings tbat tbo connecting
link bad been cast at all. In thn log! of
each, just abovo tbo knocs, slight punc
tures appeared, which shows tuat no email
amount of tbe . injecting fluid bad boon
diTiusod. Thoro was n syringe lying near,
which laemod to indlcato that tho fluid
had bqpn injactod at no remoto dato.
C1IAXO WAS RUKIVELEI) AMI ULUC.
whilo Enc wui M natural mb nt any potiod
during lifo. t'lio sponges concealed tho
lucoa and tbe uonnocting iiiik was vouou,
but otherwiso tho corpses woro oxpoied.
Upon rnisinc tho drapery covering tno
llnu asiigtitdoprcfaion was uoiiccacxucuy
in tho contro uf it which many persons
havo assumed to be tho common navel, tis
no other nuvel suoms to bo apparent; but iu
case this doprossion in tha contur of tlio
band woro in roality n common umbilicus,
it would nocouarily indicnto n peritonal
connection, which, if truo, at onco shows
conclusively thai thoir soparutlon during
lifo would bavo been impociibio, nnu 01
course tbat tho band containing tbo navel
must bavo also contained corliin artcnet)
interlacinc: tho twins, and containing vital
fluida of life. This point at least sooina to
be firmly settled, vizi Tho link is not
moro gribtlo, but contains within it chn
neli, through which blood flowed
from 0110 to tho other, other-
wiio tho dnnilio of ono body, IiohvMt
t
axed nnd diieaiod, could not havo caused
hn flMHtli nf MtH)tbur hail V LDUI iiaratively
tb
In perfect health, unless, perchance, tho
latter expired from an extraordinary
mental abock upon awaking irom sleep
and finding the other dead. Until noon
tn.dav no knllo Had been applied: no
photographic inmumonu woro in inn
room, ami mo cui 01 inn uuur imuiiui
waa vorv incomnloto. henco the autopiy
rcaliv cannot bavo been uiioortaKon, mil
will probably bo commenced lo-murroiv.
1 '
Chicago.
f'nicAUO. February 10. Tho cat of
Citv Troaiuror Oago wai called up In tbo
ntlnilnsl court to-day on tho Inllctmont
for failuro to pay ovor tbo city s money,
Gaeo, though hii couneul, entered tbo
plea of not guilty and it was agreed oy
Mi eouniol and tho prosecuting altornoy,
Heed, that tho trial mould go over to tno
March term of court tho prosecuting
udnrnftv asklnif. bowovor, that n cortaln
timo bo fixed ou which it ibould coino up,
Tho court thon had 1110 enso set uown 101
thn flrit Tbunday in March. The coun
..1 fnr nio Intend inaklne ft motion to
quash tho nwond Indictment for poijury
found wbllo tbo flrit ono wai ponding
and it wai agreed that tlio motion eboub!
tin irrucd on Monday next, tho "3i lost
. -
Atlnut.-i, (in.
riCKcn up.
Philip D. Oorii', caiblor of the Atlanta
lirancli of the Kree Juien'i Savinci iiank
and Truit Company, wai arrestnd hero
veiterday for ombozisieinent. lr.ouoiaica
tlon 11 liiaiwaaiiVWi
TilfifiBAPHB
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COKD.
Till! OHIO TEMrilltAXC'i: CKIJSA-
ni:ns sun. ox the uamlmul.
KIXtlMOJlUS'EXTItVIXTOMKjnMlia
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DIAXCOUXTUY.
TELIiyUArillC MA11KET AXD TMVJb'lt
IfEl'Oin'S.
Wnslilnglon, I). C.
AVauiiinoton, Kobruary 10. Tho de
partment of state lias no information in
relation to the report that nvirtial law has
boen doclarcd in Havana and that tovon
tloustitid Vuliliitoora huvo poccailoll of tho
city, couijiulllns tho captain general to
take rofugo on Loard tho war ship Arra-
pillCJ.
COXUKKSSlOXAli.
HOUSE.
Jtr. Knison, from tha commllloo on
ways and moatu, reportt-d a bill providing
Hint mimics paid into thu hands of any
collector, or into tha treasury, lor cuntonu
or duliea in accordanco with nny dosleion
or ruling proviously made by tho lecro
tary of tbo treasury, shall nut bo refunded
or repaid oxoopt in puriuitucu therefor, or
in accordancu with tho judgmont of tho
United Btatos court giving construc
tion to law, and from which tho
Attorney genorat shall certify that
no appeal or writi of " error
will bo taken by tbo United Stito, pro
viding that nu rutins; or decision unco
made by thu secretary of tho treasury in
regard to customs mid duties fcliall bo
changed by tho samo or a aucceedsini;
secretary, except it.bo in concurrenso with
an opinion in favor of such chnrgo given
by the attorney general or by reaton of
a'judlclal decision of tlio United htn'.uj
court alluding thn same, from which
tho attornoy ggneral shall cortilly thit
no nppotl or writ of error will bo taken
by ibn United States. Tho discussion of
tho subject was participated in by Duller of
.Mass., Dawes, Wood, Iieck. "lturclmrj,
Kasion nnd Kolly. Tha latter tinting
that a conspiracy of Now 1 ork lawyem
bad boon formed to procuro thn refund
ing of duties, thoy to liavo ono-huli of
all tho minis recover d, and that im en
rolled bill in tho stato department had
boon tampered with. Tho obargo of Mr.
Camarnn in older to cnabla that conspir
acy of lawyer! to securo a
rovivnl of tho discussion, nnd this had
ccit tbo government two million of dol
lars. Jlr. JJurchard explained how tbo error
occurred nnd hold that thu stato depart
ment w not responsible
-Mr. Kelly discltiimol thaJdca of bold
in thatdoparfmont responsible.
Jlr. Dawes wont into further explana
tion of tbo mnttor, nnd nrgucd that tho
secretary of tbo trowury was rlglit In hii
decliion. "Vbat ho (Dswhj) objoctJd to
wai that any ecoortury of tlio treasury
ibould have powor to mako bis own
construction of tbo liw and then draw his
warrant on tho treasury for tho amount
which 111) docidoa ibould bo refunded. Tbo
government ibould require tho action of
congress.
Mr. Kelson moved to suspond tbo rules
and pnss tlio bill. Agreed to nnd tho bill
panod. m
Mr. Kolly then offered his resolution
for colebrnting thofitu of Suptombcr 1874,
which was rofnrred.
3lr. Woodford argued that tbo first
groat qun tion which callod for a decision
by tlio llouso was thn Etitus of thn $11,
000,000 reserve Tho llouso rofiiHed to
moko this lilll a special order for 'Wednes
day and it w&s reforrod to tbo coinmittoo
of 'tbn whole on thn stnto of tlio Union.
Tbo llouso then adjourned.
Columbus, Ot
Till". l.KJUOll WAR.
Tho first mnvomont in tho war on tho
liquor traffic was tha meeting held in tho
city hall thit evening. -Moro than tlireo
thousand parsoni wero prosent, about
half being ladios. Tho ministors of the
general assembly occupied scats on tho
platform. Tho meeting huh called to or
der by Kuv. William Chadwick, nnd alter
prajo'r by Koy. W. Emoon tho audionco
joltin i in alnglng "Coronation" with grand
effect, Dlo ImkU was choson chairman,
and nt bis request tlio nudienco
aang 'Noare.r my Ood to Thou." Dr.
Low'u raid '.hii hymn was tho koy nolo of
thn crusade. After laying that bis health
forbado long apnukln;; ho procoodod to
mako a rpoooti similar to that doiivored nt
other points. Ho said tbat churches, in
neglecting to furnish bright nnd happy
places for young mon to spond thoir oven
inga in nnd to keop thnm out of placos of
dissipation nnd nri'uo, woro repon
alble for many blighted lives. Much
of lila addresi wa given to
trlolurfs on ladies who drank wine, and
niliini-! v-mitiir trtrtn tAflrlnlr. irnBuiil ai
cau'O, because they allowed now boginncrs
what Urong orinK wouiu 110 ior n mun.
To accomplish tbn abolition of thli liquor
tralllo women must como to 1110 ironi. in
this m in all otbur great moral contests,
women woro moro cflccltvo workors than
men.
New York.
New Yokk, February 10 A now
dlioaso, cll'iietlng thn homes f ilngo and
stroot cur linos, has mndi its uppuarancc.
A largo number of animals l.avo boon
prostrnted, but tbo mortality, except In
enso of thn stneo lines, is small and in
most intanei thn dleer.so yiulds rapidly
to medical treatment. Tho symptoms aro
the losa of appetite, swollen cyci which
d scbatL'o a vullowuii matter copiously
nnd swollen lees, atnpor follows with
creut weakness, llapld rccovory follows
tbo roturn of appotlto.
I'rolmbllitiof.
For Tunsday in Now England, Miildlo
and .Middlo'Atlantio states, rising barom
eter, cool wctcrly winds and partly cloudd
or clear weather, except poiibly cloudy
weather in northern Now England
states
For South Atlantic stato northwesterly
windf. partly clear and cleudy wauther.
aid somewhat blither temperature
For tho Westorn Gulf Coast southeast-
erlv winds with ruin, veerlnc to tho south
west with northwoitoilv winds, followed
by northorn winds in western Texas.
For Ohio and Mississippi Vallics, 1101 th
tiBStorly to southeasterly wiuds and partly
cloudy wciuner,
Loudon.
I,ov1)on, February lc. Tho 'Fall Mall
Unsietto' iiubllihcs tho report tbat the
lltltlsh forces took poisosilon of Cromaiso,
tho capital of Aihantoo on tho 'JUth of
January, and would commonco thoir
march back to tho Cost on tho second of
February.
Itipley.
liiri.KV, Ohio, February 10. Tho
craealors aro still moving on tho works of
tbo unouty, Ono moro saloon surrender,
nad tho Inst ono romtiinlng Is a wbolesalo
establlihmenl, which has beon retallng
by tho drink. Thu ownor propoio to
slop rotslllne,but thii will not suillee, The
ladios watch now as well as pray. Tbo
saloon kcoperi who havo bnnn unwillingly
worsted riro preparing to leavo for tier-
Meniplils, Trim.
Mrmimih, February 10. King JMomus
It Is elated in tho royal chf.rkt, attondud
by a largo rotlnun of cavlllcri mado bis
annual onlry Into tho city at four o'clock.
Tho key of tho city was prcfentcd to him
by dwarf in f out of tlio I'cabcdy holol
with uiunl speeches. Tlio city Is full of
visitors from all pirta of tlio country,
ivvory train nnd itoaiiiboat that arrives
ii crowded.
l.lttlo Itnck.
CAUK!.F.S!Ki:.-.S.
Mrs. Ontlow, a boardlng-hnuso keeper,
attempted to kindle n ilro in tb'n stovo Inst
night with coal oil. Thn can exploded,
and Mrs. Ontlow Ii now lying at tbo point
of duutb.
PHCCr.AMATION.
Governor llaxtcr to-day issued a procla
mation offering a reword of $500 onch for
tho Hot Springs and Otd'd Hill mail rob'
bow, either alivo or dead.
Xcw Orleans.
New Oiimiahs, February ll A ir.luto
was llrod tlib morning at tbo head of
canal street in honor of tho king of tbo
carnival who arrived nt iiojii on tho Ii.
S. Hteanior John A. Dix. Tbo Mayor
and city admlnlstrtors mut tho royal
part.von tho leveo and escorted them to
tho St. Charles botol, whero tho ladies
pruicutod tho king with a hmdeoma silk
b.vnner. ltex afterwards visited each of
tho thentrc-s whero frco mitiueos wcro
given tocrowdo I housoi.
London.
1IKAVY OALKS.
Lonijok, February 16. Tho soutlio,st
portion of Europe has boen visited by
hoavy gahs, n'llh nuinerouj disasters to
hipping on tho lllack ten. 'Tho steam
ship Wyoming, which left Liverpool on
tho 11th inst., for Now York, rtturnod to
tlio former port and wont onto tho docks.
Sho encountered a terrill'o galo (n Friday,
and lost her fuunol nnd lifo boaii.
TlIK AllllAIIAM I.ISCO..N
wni wrecked whilo on a voyngo from Cor
dllT to Mouinii, nnd llvo of ILo crow woro
drowned.
Omniiu,
Omaha, Neb., Februnry 1C The fol
bwing wa; received by Oen. Ord to-day
from Fort Laramie, by 11 messongor who
hasjuit arrived from tho Agency, Dr.
Savillo writes, "that thn Northern Indiaus
havo nil gono to Tonguo river and that
they alono bavo cotnmilled tho recent
depredation!; tb.it tho Oallalim bavo
rnunruiljr cuardod tho agnncy sinco
I-rnnk Appleton was killed, and that
thoy will prevent tho northorn Indiun
from coming to tho agency or passing
tllrough tlilj country. Ho al,o says that
the Indian who .hot Apploton wm killed
by tho Dutes who oh, rocapturcd tbo
niulei stolon by tlio M-,ni,teonji.m from
Charles (loam. aKmv iiuwiir( r;t0J
through Savillo, that Kpoltod Tall hat ft
guard ovor bil agency. Tho party who
kilted Hobinson and his corporal consisted
of Minniconjous, Unappahooj and fc-an-snrcos.
Signed Smith.
Seven Indiana wcro soon a fow miloafrom
Camp Steamboat yesterday, which is
thought to indioato that Dr. Savillos judg
mont is corrocl, nothing has boon board
of them. Capt. Mills, conimrndor, who
startoJ after tho Indians roportod near
1Mb Springr, Nob., lias not bouti heard of
Lieut, Hobinson' wife and his remains
loft Ohyenno to-day, bound East.
Saturday Inst, Mrs. Joseph Grey loft
tli roo children in thn houm coventeen
milos from Lincoln, Nob,, and on return
ing discovered tho houao on flro, nnd bn-
foro elio could got thro tho root full in
nnd nil thrco of tbo childrod woro burnod
to doatb,-
III VUK NEWS.
Ofllcoof Obson'ntmn,- Sleinl Servleo U. S
iirmy. Dally report of tho stago ul water,
wllli the ohng("4 for tho 21 hour ending
i n clocK p. m., i ciiruary 10, iai 1.
Above
low
water.
Change!?,
STATIONS.
ltUc.j Fall
linnviisilllo...
liniiiswlck..,.
Cairo
'iiiclnnatl
Duicnport
Dubuque
,inn.iiie... ..
?!
ii'!
V
Klecport
leruiann.. .
lelli-' 1011 City .
ICar-" s City...
Keof-.ul:
.acrorso
cavon worth.,
.oxtngiou.. ..
.itllo itock....
,oulvlIle.,.. 1.
J
S:
s
.1
o
0
10
0
15
0
0 n
Marl'U
0 o,
Morumitowu
Niu-hvitle
Now Geneva
in
0
4
New Orleans
1
oil City ;
milium .... ii
radii rail Ml
l'ltlhlmrg II
1'laltMUouth
Shruvepoit 0
Kt. Joseph 0
St. Louis a...- 10
t. l'uiil 1
Vickkliurg 13
Wnruiw j
Yankton... 0
HcluW liiijli water luaiK.
UnwiN lomii,
OUonerslg, bciyi. b, a
Vickihuko, FubruHty 10, lown
Hello Leo, Lady Leo, Orcscont (Jtv and
barges. Up Katlo ICuntz, Cityyf Hoi
ena. Weathor cloudy nod cool.Mllvor
riling.
Mr.Mriiif, Fobruary lO.-.Rlvor Vlling
rapidly. Woatltor clear and cool. Ar
rlvcd Legal Tender, Whito rivor;llnlln
.MemphN, St. Louis; John Matule,'ow
Orleans.
Cihi in.nati, Fobruary 10, lllv 25
foot nnd rising. Arrived Exchago,
Pittsburg; lludion.Whooling j Mininla,
Momphls. No departurea. Wedior
clear and ipring-llko.
Nkw Oiti.BANH, February 10. Arirol
11 S Tumor, Cincinnati! Mary- Hus
ton, Loulivlllo; lilitnarck, bt. lul'i
Utah, Arkannu rivor. No departtc.
Weather cloudy but ploatnnt.
NA8iivibi,r.,Fobruary IC lltvor rig
ranldlv with 10 feot 11 inches on iliUf.
Weather oloar and pleasant. Arrlvod
Ella Hughes and Ada iloilmiui, l'aducLh.
Departed Ada Uollman) l'aducah.
Litti.k Hoci'K, February 111. Kalnv.
lUvor falling with 7 feot by gnuuai'. De
parlod 11 W DugBti, Memphis; Ash
land, Abovo.
EvANBTttbK. February lC.-HlL'tis of
cloudy weather. Mercury 38 to 41. Klvcr
rlien 1 foot. Fort Hit Hp Quickstep,
Warner and barges, Fayotto, Itobarls,
"ornlng Star, Jlowling Gronn, John A
Wood, Down Anna, Thompson Dean,
Arlington, Sh'.ppori Own, Arkansas
Hello, Floronco Loo, generally with fair
tripi. Itutliiesi light,
WitEict.iKO, Fobruary 10. Tho steamer
ltd. Hohbs nnd bnrpol from St. Louis for
thli city, collided with tho steamer I'm
titer nt llnllalro this afternoon. Tho
collision rained tho Ilobbi to iwing
around when ono of Iior bargri, tho
Lullolln, loaded with iron oro struck a
pier of tlio liollalrn brldgo nnd broke in
two. Tho hnrgo and freight nro a total
lo". Tbe l'nnthor lost two loaded cial
Ixiats by tho nccidcnt.
M AUKF.TUKl'OKT.
Nkw ()rm:aki, Fubruary lC.F!oiir
quiet. Calls tor round lots shipping
Iirandi superflno XXXC Wt'i fiOi family
8 OOffllO 00, Corn easier; whtl't "fl, yel
low Onts dull anil lowor nt CO, Itrati
dull at 07. Hay dull; primo L'O 00.
Fork dull.at 10lliJ; dry suit ino&ti doll
lorso f, B. 81 ; j a-ked 8J. Uacon dull nt
7, Itjfftuji hams I'Jl. Lard, supply light
t 0J(J?)0ji keg 10'10). Sugar dull;
unod fair to fully fair 7fi)"3 J choice i.
Molasses dull : common f'"rmonllnir C;!ffi
fid; rotnlled 02aoi. Whisky dull";
Louisiana 1 00; Cincinnati 1 01. CoflVo
qulst at 2IJ28J. Cornmoal lower, .1 5)0.
CtsctjiKATl. 1'ebruarv 10. Flour fi llet
asd utichancod. Corn nuiol and
unchanged bt Uofrr'IS. Oits steady nt -10-
Cfji. Uyo 1 0V(isl03. Barley nulot and
unchanged, hugs dull and unchanged
Hotter firm. Chooo steady. Fork dull
and uucliangod with a limited Job demand.
Lard -quiet, cloar SJ7; J; keltlo O0OJ,
Hulk moHtl steady, shoulders fjjj ejiot.
71 lurrh- rdmir 7t. Itaonti .itiluf nn-l
stwly. O H 8J; clar 88J. Whisky
good ilotiiand at a doclilio 75.
Sr. Louts. Fdbruarv 10 Vtnur .Inw
and unclmng'd. Wheat stronger, No 2
ipring offered at 1 'ii, 1 'JO b"d; 1 II bid
ior .mi j reu ibii; no 1 fjigil 07J.
Corn dull. No 2 mixed C001. Oats dull
lowor urid unsettled. No 2 47r7U8. llarlnv
sellers tlrm: builnoi small; Kansas arid
Nebraska spring I 72($1 00. JUnslow
No 2 87J. Fork unchanged IS 005 60
Drv fillt meats hold firm, nnt nmrli .lntm..
picked lots sold, shoulders. oJfTf C; clear
rib "Jf7iB; clear f8j. Hacon Heady,
tihouldor 7; clear aides PJorO; country
shoulders looso 61; cl(,nr sides 81: limns
81(0. l.nrd unehnnced, primo itoam 8?.
Whisky tt.ady DC. Ilogi llrmor.
Chicago. February 10. Flour dull and
nominal. Wheat nnnried llrmpr nnd lAnti.A
dull nnd lower Ino 1 sprimr 1 i!U: No 2
sellers nt 1 17 cash, and 1 17 March
1 o April; fra J 1 15. Corn opnnid
llrm and closed dull nnd lower ; No 2
mixed fiOKSlSOJ ckbIi; COJfTAfiOJ March)
new No '1 mixed sold t,'lCi'.'l. ft
opened firm and clod dull" ami lower;
No211J cash ; -J2 March, Uyo scarce
and firm; N'n A rtmnlnr R' . frn.1i ail
81, Barley Arm ; No 2 1 801 00; No
i l iiol 07. J'ork steady 14 30 cash or
March: 14 BS Anrll. Lard stead v nt tin
cash or .March ; 0J April. Bulk meats
in 1 Iff lit demand arid firm! stinuldnr. ,!
SU7;80 73 nil locrc. Tl-icon quiot
and unchanged. Whisky quiet nnd un
changed at 00.
Tho only roliablo Gift Distribution In tho
rountry.
$100,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To bo distributed In
L. D, SINE'S
-3d si:mi-annuai,
GIFT ENTESPRISE.
To bo drawn Monday, JIarch, COtb, 1S7I,
02JNOHAND CAPITAL VIWAK,
SIO.OOO
IInT g-olod i
Onol'ri.c.OOO IttSlvcrJ
Fivo l'nr.ca ?l,0l)0 each in (Jroenbacks I
Five Frizes 600 each in Ureonbackel
Ten l'rir.oa 100 each In Grecnbaeksl
Two Family Carriagos and Mateboil Homci
with biuci-.Mftuiucii uarnoii, w.'rui
41,600
Two xliisraioH, norms etc., worth WW
"' . "v ' omiwooi l'lnn"
wnrth S.mO eac 1 I 'I'en I'mniy kiiib Jl.v
cliluca - - worth 109 each 1 J.'UO Gold and
Kllver Lever Iliinllng yntehes(ln all,) worh
irom caen !
Gold chains, Silvcr-wate, Jewelry, Arc, At.
Numiikh oir Giv-rn I0,ri00. Tickkih mm
ktki) to r.0,000.
AGENTS WANTIID TO SF.I.I, TICKETS
svbom liberal premiums will bo paid.
HlNdt.K TICMJTH ?Ji SIX TlCICRTM $10
Twr.i.vi: Tit'KKTrt 20 twk.ntv-i-ivi:
TlCKHTrJ ?10.
Vyircuiarfl euiiiaiuiii i inn iih" iit-1-!
a dci-criptlnii oi tho niannor of drawing, and
other information in roforrcueo to thn dis
tribution, will bo root to any ono ordering
them. All luttcr must bo nddrcatud to
main oi-kich, L. 1). .5iM;, Ilox
101 V. Tilth St. Cincinnati. O.
ritllli EHTJlTK AIJKlttlV.
OWIN8T0N & UO.,
II&JA.L ESTATE AOBiVTS
AUCTIONlii;F.U,
74 (oKcoitu i.nou) onto r.svns,
OAIllU, 1I.U3,,
1IUY AND SKLIi itXAL K(iT.T3,
PAY TAX KB,
VUHNISU A113TUAOTH OF TIT IAI
OnttfPisf-frace
WHOLESALE
HII
IDEHiTEHILS
BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Pruslics,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy (Joocls, Cullior White
Ia'.'kI and Other fJrades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass,. Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Ftc, Etc., Etc.
Wo Sallelt cnrrcipondencu ami order- Irom l)ni(,'giit, I'hyrlrUni and Gcnerjl Storoa
In want ot (loodi In our l.lno. .Stcambiut. I'lant itlim and K.imlly .Medicine canea furn
ished or Kctlllod with it'llablo IH1V4 at itoanouablu itaten.
uSWUOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION.
71 OIiId I.cvcc. Wiisliliifrlon Ave. cor. Eighth SI,
CAIRO.
lKKUUA.M'K
ans'KiiAL
(NSUKANCE AGENT
OKKIOK : Ohio l.cvoe, over Matting A
Uhl'f.
t5SXone but Firtt-Claxs CotnjmnU
INSUIt ANOEJ
ENrAIlMnilKIl ik-.v
aAFFOIU), MOIIRIB ic VAXDKK,
IiS'SUIlAiS'CE AGENTb
7:1 Utilo I.esef.
CITT HA1IONAI. HANK IIVILIIISQ
OAUIO, 1LLH.
l'ho oldoit ctabllhcd Agency In Southern
UlliioH, rcjiresontlnK 01 ur
05,0110,001) 110 !
o( the hct lnauraneo Capital nt Uie
UnlUd Slito..
HAWYKlUi,
WILJilAAl J. ALLEN,
tVl'TOUTSEY AT LAW
OAIKO, ILiLlNOlS.
Otilcaover 1'ln-tNatlon! hank. S-lCirn
BAMUKL J'. WJIHKIiliH,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAV'
OAlllO, ILMNOIH.
Onioo over Kiiat K'ltlmial linnlt. JUlWm
John U. Jluikcy. Willam 0. .Mulkoy
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Oltice: Kluihth Rtrcot, botween (Joiumor
ulal uml Wif-liliiKlou uvcmien.
Mi If.
tX Ui V. M .1. UlXlIHtVl',
ATTOUKKVii
OOWNBKl.OllH AT LAW,
Wllllsm Jl,r,.in, ")
Willicru II ()m,l, V OAU1U, Il.I.llSdlli.
MlX.Hi-.dUI.urt, j
C'.ripAGiM t'.Mion plffD lo i.lmlmllT anj
iltnnt.t bliidufccr.
VVIOW OUtOLSVSB, BOOMH 7 ARJI H (IVI1U
1tVTJlHM4t IIHTP
noun tiiniitcit.
I'ATUONIZK
HOME Ti.0DJQ
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Jonirr TvvclltV Btrcot and Wahhlugli)ii Avo
J. O. UU3SLS,
(Ito of 1st, Louis)
rnoi'MUTon
U0K HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUKAOXDKKH
Klih'nSit?nr,'vorJ,dcscrijitIondfine
All kln.Uof
. lliii !l '"rtnotlco. JllbloH, llu.ic,
uiiiot,?tu;!o,;i boui,a ,,eau,"i
r"ill!,,:L..w,rk,iMlc,,"s HowU, Docket
Iloxes, l'ochct liol;8,Kiivoloi, etc.. iuh.Io
AND RETAIL
Pill! ill OIL
1JUAT HTOWnH.
HAM WILHON,
I I LI I I
n.e a'e a i i a I
j BOAT STOEEEJ
j
OHOOIHtXIl
l H 11 V 1 8 t W H MTU.
No. 1 1 0
Cairo, Illisom
Ohio li
WIWOKI.I.AatKWPW.
DR. W. J5LAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Dudori IJIoclcfupatain) corner 8tb Strcot
and Waihingtnn Avenue.
?S-31-tf, UAIliO, ILLINOIS.
TBH SOUTlUbjRN JlOiEL.
i'Uy. T. N. OAPKNKV
Tnle4 iilcaiure in hiinouncini; to tLo pub
lic that ibn b. taken pottoaion uf thia
popular find conv.nlont.bolelin tho Ohld'
i.oveo, ana tuat nn tiai JK;Kyiin:n
and IUnovatkd It in many rci.,-,t, Hn'li
il now prepared to accommodate 1 1' i,n l
lie wilh ;ood faro, Rood roomr, Boo4J9,jHi
and ovorytlilng ntcoifary to, and usy
found In n lint-clan cktnblilhmt.
Thankful lor past patronsgo, eho bopoe J
morit ita continuance.
Vof Day boardora rccolvcd at reaiona
orteJ. W-l-'JO-lm
O. W. WIIKKLKH,
Dealer lu
WOOD J. 1iJ !D COAL
OFFICII AND I'AllD:
Tenth Street, between WaHhlngton and
Commercial avciiue.
A largo Kiipply of l'ltti-burg and His
Muddy coil comttnutly on baud. Stovo
wood Miwcd to order. Ordcrn for cenl or
wood should bo left at tho ollicn on Tenth
Ureet. TcrmH, cah on delivery.
Caip.o Box and Baskei1 Co.
Dealer in ,
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAKII AM) HO FT.
ICeep constantly on li.mu
Ki.oohi.no and Sidino, also Lath.
Oritur Nollrllra.
MltJ, AM) VAnll COHNKR TIimTY-roDKTll
hTltKET AH1) OHIO LKYKtt.
WAIItO, . ILLINOIS. 30-7
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arkor AJUIakc,)
DCALSU IN
PAINTS AND OILS
VuriiKIiiN, llrcehcv,
WALTj PAPMll,
WINDOW U'LABH.
witrnow BUAWCH,
a ad tho o!vl.ratea illumlnktlo
AUitOKA OIL.
IIHOtlH'LOIbUINO COB ilXU 41T. OO M
uuauiAr- iv.,
UIIH - - Il.T.INOIB
, J
O. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Hi:siDKNOi:-corner Ninth and Walnut
Street)), Oillcc corner Sixth Ntroit end
Oblolevco. oillco hours from 0 , m., lo
12 in,, and Op, in,
jbp tliiiiiio'K

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