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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1874.
THE BULLETIN.
eaaetal Parrot Ik City anil Cnnl,
JUHN 11. UMKRLY. KUItor and Vubllahar
TKUMB OlTTtUK DAILY UULLKTIN
Oa WHk, by oanK f 9)
yw by earrler, la advance 10 00
On ytaf by carrier If not paid in
advance yt 00
ae month, by nail 100
Tfcree Bpatht a 00
MxanaM. 6 X
One year 10 00
TKBUS Of WIKKLT IIULI.KTIN.
One Year oo
Six Month! , 75
Thre Monthi ro
Invariably In advance.
MeeHleaar Matter oaa titftj paarti.
The Kaniaa leglalaturo adjourned nine
rfiryetterday.
ll
Tutialoon keeper of Sparta, Ullnola
fortify themwlves against the prayer,
and potltloni of tho ladloi, by getting
drunk.
Tni Hi tattle 'Time' and 'Democrat'
have each a libel ault on hand, for ooo
hundred thouiaad and titty tboiuend dol
lar recpectively.
Tn formal inauguration or the Nor
mal Unlvaralty at Oarbondalo will take
place the flrat day of next July, and the
tint regular aeitlon of tho icbool will be
gin on the aeventh day of September.
A sians of temperance lecture are to
be delivered in 3Iurpbyboro during thi
week. Whether thi i nn inauguration
of an attempt to pray down tho numor
oui talooni of that place, doos not yot
appear.
The next annual oloctlon for local
chool officer will take place on tho elev
enth of April, and Newton Ilatoman,
itate auperintendent of publicinatructlon,
has Uiued bit ciroular calling attontion to
the law governing the election.
ualdwell county, ientuckv lias a
uipected cue of wifo murder. Tho
tomach of the dead woman ha been
tent to LosUville for analyiii, and hor
husband, namod Egbert, and Mia Scott,
tuppoted to be hi accomplice, aro under
arrest.
A lite article in The Bulletin call
d "Beacon Light and Iluoyi" ha called
forth a tea thing criticism from the Jack
ion county 'Era.' Mr. Oloment is tho
'Era'' model congreiaman and orator,
and it don't llko to have hi figure of
apeech diaaected. Be easy, Mr. 'Era
Tub Bulletin won't do It again till
Mr. OlemenU make another tpeech.
A filthy city and no monoy in tho treat
ury, it the unfortunate condition of Hem
pnit at ibo pretent tlmo. In auch
condition or affair, tho citizens of
JttemphU might profit by the ex
ample of tho denizen of a cor
Uin "Scotch town, famed for itacloanll
net; it wa kept in that condition by ev
ory houaohold keeping it own house, yard
and gardon in a state of purity.
VuiLiDELrniANs are becoming discour
aged at the inaction of Congreaa on con
ten ial. matter. In a lato iaauo of tho
'Chronicle,' odited by .Forney, that gontlo
manaaya: 'Thoro is no uio waiting any
mora time with Congreaa. Let Con. Haw.
ley audjtho men aaaociated with him revive
the original plan, organizo ayndicates nil
over the country, allow a commiasion of
five per cent, where amount are small,
it art the ladle In overy city, town and
village, advortito with large poaton every
where, get up itock in eh area of $10, beau
tifully and appropriately engraved, ee
that every cabin in tho land shall have
one framed at least and hanging on it
wall and, belt of all, assure tho peoplo
that their money will be honestly spout,
that a municipal ring of 1'hiladolpbia ;en
never touch it and, our word for it, the
exhibition, either national or internation
al, will be a grand success."
DEATH OF EX-PJ1ES1DENT FILL
MOKE. Millard Fillmore, ci-preilJont of the
United States, who has been (tillering
from paralysis for about two woeka, died
at his rosidence in Buffalo, at eleven
o'clock on Sunday night,
Mr. Fillmore was born in Cayuga
county, New York, on the seventh of Jan
uary, 1800. lie wa tho lecond ot a fam
ily of nine children, whoao parent were
not rich. lie enjoyed few advantage of
education, and ipeat hi lifo from the age
of fourteen to nineteen year in
learning the trade of a fuller, gaining a
little knowledge during these year by at
tending, during a portion or tho winter,
tho commoncachool of tho district. At
the age W seventeen, ho concolved the de
sign of .ituaytng law,- bought "his
time"
oi bis employer ami an
Ultnii.i'bl new pursuit: -"By
JjtetfJFrd.-i peraoverance, he
tared
great
overcame 1
me t4afuraculllt which poverty
nd hi jaektrt Nearly' education; jturaw in
hi pathWajTi iWd wa Admitted to the
practice oMhHw;ln Ibo yeir 1823, and
ronlinuedlt.Ullithe, saw 1647, when be
retired feean: taw jprofeteloa. After sorv
ing threejtjjMn, ibo 'geaetal aatambly
of New York-J ot wat.3rf 832 oiected to
Oongrel:d'&"itM ntiekson ticket.
He wi Irerelooted a a Whig,
in 1 esdtt1 3fto lmo position
and terved four tucceeilve term
saining aTesutaH'on, fqr Integrity, Indus
try and paMioal.iuillty. 'While in Con-
gret Mr. OTHawiiook an icilve parl lo
favor of ifie'prolec'tivB, 'tariff policy of
the 'Whig party, and .placed himself
among the opponent! of the extension of
ilavery and thoae who favored it aboli
tion III the JlHtyJ jjjtjof ' Columbia, in the
twantywngr Mr. Fillmore
wa auulfntiiifKtfrinitiahlp of the
way amd;'. icommlttt,i 4 per
formed 1U et'Wd rporjIble' dutlos
with unfllrhiuy U1 abll-
oat In tho houto of roproiontatlvoa. In
Novombor, 18 IP, ho wa oloctod vico
preallent on tho Whig ticket with
Oon. Zachafy Taylor, and wna inaugura
ted in tho March following, l'roaldent
Taylor died July ninth, 1650, and on tho
tenth Mr. Fillmoro took tho oath of ollico
a proaidont' lit ailmlnlatratlon lasted
two year and eight month, nnd whon ho
retired ho loft tho country at poaco within
and without and in tho onjoymont of a
high degroo of proaperity in all depart
ment of It indtutrica In hi cablnot
thoro had novnr boon a dliaantlnc volco na
to any tncaauro of his administration, nnd
and upon hi rotirlng, a loiter wn nd
droned to him by all its tnouibori, ox
pressing their united appreciation of Lis
ability, hi intogrlty and liU ilovotion to
tho public service.
A SCULl'TltESS in bdt-TEH.
itEMAKKAIlLK WOllIC OK
AT CINCINNATI.
AHT
(l'roiu the Clticlnunll (inzettc
Yesterday a conatant succession of vis
itor entorod Wlswoll's art hall to look
at a work of art unique and intorosting.
It i the Dreaming lolantbo. of which a
brief notlco appoarod yeaterday. It is a I
modol or caat or n female hoad. in two-
third relief, mado from buttor. Tlio men
tion of the material la not auggestivo of
high art, and no doubt causos a smllo on
tho countenance of thoso who havo nut
eon it.
In tho preaenco of tho work tho feolinir
change, and tho moat skillful observer
must nnu, in tuo reaturea beroro him, tomo
thlnsr to admire. II o soos tho artist' con
ception of tho horolno of a Danish lyrical
drama, written by llenrlk Hertz. Mho i
aixteen year old, ana is onnu, but up to
tnat ago na not Known hor misfortune
he ha boon the dreaming Iolanthc.
Tho poet' Idoa is a lino one, ana it im-
pressea Mr, iiroous, tno tcuipturoea, so
trongiy, tuai auo na wrougbt nor
fancy in lucso foaturos. Uno can
not uoscriDo mo aubtlo quality
which give llfo and charnctor to a work
of this kind, but it can bo scon. Tho
whole countonance is instinct with llfo, and
in looking at it ono can readily imnglno
tho oxistanco of the mind that light up
the features. It 1 truly an "animated
bust." The material elves to tho model
a delicate naturalness that ia cvon bettor
than marbio. It la oxnibiicd under a
light with tho room darkonod.
uow la tuo butter Kept in its piacor is
a question continually askod. it Is cov
orod at nichl with cloth, wit with n snlt-
potro solution, ana dally it rocelvos toucn
os to restorer any loss In form it may havo
rocoivca. -Mr. iirook9Has koptthi worn
slnco last Novombor, and can keep It an
inaoiinitotime. uut u It wcro to molt
sho can easily reproduce it.
airs. iirooKi, last aummor, was living
on a (arm nine miles from Helena, ArK.,
In a destitute, almost uncivilized country.
Sho bad no prccoptor, no models, nnd
no incentive to work. Sho began to orn(v
mont her buttor which she sent to mar
kot. Sho mado comic ornamentation for
tho buttor on table at public Catherines
Finally hor work attracted attontion, and
he sot oriouslv to work to prouu:o some
thine worthy of bolne soon. Hor first cf
tort of importanco was called by critics
Mary, iuoen ot aeon, out suo naa no
model to copy from. Noxt sho worked in
tho presont concoption, tho first effort rep
resenting n siuo viow oi tno noaa nna arm.
She now hasjphotographs of this, showing
that tho two tiro almost exactly alike. At
last sho producod the present work, and
has been induced to let tho world too it,
Mr. J 1 rook a is n lady of culturo and of
native taste. Sho hesitates about attempt
ing to work in any other material, but it
I hardly probable that ono who posossea
hor raro eitt can continuo to keep it un
employed.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
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Washington.
Wasiusqtox. 1). C March y. Sena
tor Worrell, trgia tho committee on Indian
auairt, lias reported that no obligation
rest Upon the United States to reimburse
siaie ana territories, and tho citizen
thereof, for expenses incurred and dam
age sustained by reason ot the invasion
.or hostile Indians.
The mprcme court refused to grant the
pamion lor appoal 1U tuo paso ot Uuvur
nor Kelloejr.'of Louisiana, va. II. O. "Var
ruoulb, on tho, ground that the record does
,not snow a llnal decree.
CONQKESSIONAL.
SENATE.
VxiiiiiiiOTotr, March 0. The Chaplain
In his prayer, besought dlvlnoprovldeuce,
mat now wnen satan ana bis angoit aro
icroe an over me tuo land, no man might
locomo disheartened or Lo lound falter-
log at poet, and that Almighty (Ipd
would guard tho nation with his naming
tword of truth.
Mr. Fenton laid tho intelligence of the
deatn or x-rreiiannt Fillmoro had been
recoivod and thought it not tlmo now to
mako suitablo remark but thouRbt it
appropriate the son at o should adjourn
no thereforo moved to that effect. Sonato
adjourned,
Wliei'llni;.
i , nun.
Yfnmimi, March tJ.--.The Virginia'
pper mill in thi clty,ownwl by D. Cuih
this alterpoon
TBLEGRAPHI6.
Tho machlnory, which was locatod on thn
llrat lloor, escaped Injury oxcept by water,
ns tho Urn fulled to reach thoro, Tho 'firo
originated in tho rooT, hut it is not known
how as tho mill was not running. Tho
loss Is not yot roportcd, hut I probably
light, as tho mill was an old striiuturo and
was only used for tho nmmifucluro of
wrapping paper.
lmoiv.vmt.
During thn gnlo last night,
whllo uro'tltig tho rntlrond
llrldi'oimrt, Ohio, was blown
ft female,
liriilgo nt
iroiu mo
brldgo into tho crock and drowned, fiov
orat porron noticed thn nrcldnnt, hut
could not rondor hor any aslstancn. Tlio
body has not yot boon found, nor ha It
been nscortitinod who tho porson wa?. No
ono s missing In the neighborhood It
is thought sho wai u strangnr.
(.'olliinliilH, Ohio.
CoLUMUttn, O,, March !. Thn ladles
hold moutlnga all dny to-day for fasting
and prayer. Sovonty-llvo ladles divided
Into four smiads and visited twenty sa
loons, among them thono on west .'Unto
stroot, whero they woro Insulted last
wook. No ulenors woro ohtaiuod to tho
dealora' pledge Tho ladle nl.io visited
Tllf! IlUSlNKSS rOI.t CdKrt,
Ono cnllego principal signed tho pdgo
and lnvitod hi pupils to Ho so. .Many
signatures to thn citizens' plcdgo woro
obtained horo. At anotnor coiio.o tno
principal hlmsalf refused to sign, hut tho
groAtor part ni nis nuptu signed
MRS. iiehni:i.en,
president of tho cruindn nnd ono of tho
most active workers or tho ladies' loauuo.
aid she wa not In tbo loust discouraged
at tho progros thut far mado; for, while
no dealers had yot surrendered, aim wns
supported In hor labor by tho knowledge
tnat mo lauiea aro navinc a uood inllu-
onco on tho community generally, and
are spreading tho gospel among peoplo
whom tho chiircho havo fulled to reach;
and if tho Lord was willing that tho sa
loons should not closo for two month or
more, sho wa rnady to say amen Hnd
keep at work on tho streets until nil tho
work is accomplished.
Dayton, Ohio.
Dayto.v, March 9. Tho second day of
tho woman's attack on Kinir Alchohol
was mom exciting than tho first. Tho
w '.hor was ploasant, so that great crowd
turrounded the beslogor. Four detach-
monts marchou trom tno cuurch in suc
cession, taking up their lino of march for
tho loon tnat wcro visiti 1 tuo tirst day.
Tlioy worn oxcludcd from most they visit
ed and rocoiv at tho door by saloonlats
with cold courtesy. Tho ealooniats woro
not rriolced to boo thorn, and moro ospoci-
ally woro thoy unoasy undor tho decision
ot Juugo Btnitn declaring tnat violations
of law must como Into court for re
dress with cloan hands. Tho women
prayed and sang, eurroundod gonorally
by largo crowds nil uay long. At uau
lick' beer saloon In tho afternoon, ovor a
thousand curiouS men and hoys oncom
pr'sod thorn, and tho etroct was
blockaded by vohlclo. "Wlion tho wo
men closed praying and hogan Bininp;,
thoy woro chcorod, and tho multltudo
puthod in tho bar-room for boor. His bus!
neas was as great in the aggrogato to-day
as during a whole ordinary wook, and bo
at other places. "White tho hand wns ploy
ing at Iladllck's a mock prayer mooting
was going on in Housors sa
loon nearly opposite, which
wa continued with aggravation.
"When tho womon went ovor to that placo-
drivnrt of ccor wagons pusnod tnrougn
tho detachmont, shouldering kog of boer
which was drunk as fust ns it could bo do
livnrod. Iladllck, Thohe, Clomons, Fhhor nnd
lieckor Bros. ooinod to bo tpeclit object
of attontion, and aome rudo scenes woro
roportcd at all the places.
HILLY MA11T1N,
undor tho Y. M. O. A. roomB, invited a
praying band Into hi billiard room, eject
ed tbo men, locked tno uoor, ana pommy
informod tho womon that thoy could sing
and pray as long as thoy liked. Alter
tboy had concluded, ho kindly asked thorn
to como again, xuon tuo crowd rusnoci in
and drank enough to mako up for lost
time. JSot ono saioonist visitou to-day
oxhlbitod sign of eurronder, but soma oi
them sbowod oxasporation and ot ono
timo a disturbanco soomod imincnt. Tho
womon aro detormlnod and appear to fool
that thoy will not bo dlsturbod, Tho im-
prossIonof such scones quickly wear off
In tho prcsonco of a noisy rabblo, Chll-
.i i. , : -i . ;
ciren guinruu(;ii iuo eircuvn suuuiing, - vn,
thero's them temporonco women." Men
taluto each other with "Well, who nro
thoy going for now," a if it was ft good
joko on polo and agitalod saloon-keepers.
Within thrco day llvo bar havo been
clniiad; Thrco of them wore (mail, tho
other two woro Obmor's depot stands.
Thoro woro many intoxicated nion
in tlio stroots and tho day clos
od with a drunken light in
which a policeman was badly injured with
n hilly and four or ilvomon arrested. The
oicllemonl incroaso Hourly ami appro
hcnslnn of a disagreeable result aro felt.
Tho marching columns of women nro sur
prisingly muall considering tho groHl dem
onstration nt tho prayor meotlngH nnd
tho largo population.
H1I0T.
Ilrunt, thn Baltimore driitmnor was
shot last night, and U at tho Philadelphia
homo in a precarious condition. Tho
physicians cannot tlnd thn ball, and hois
liable to dio at any moment from intoruul
hemorrhage.
New Vork.
T1U.U. 1IEOAN.
New Vori, March '0. Tho trial of
Jai, W. Freeman for killing his mother
was begun In Jersey uity this morning.
A STRIKK
Took place to-day In a number of shoo
xhops among tho mombors of tho order
of St. Crispin. It i roportod that tho
men in eleven shops loft work demanding
the old rate of 41, 67 and lil conts for
making 1st 2d nnd od class shoes. A
largo numbor of cutters who work by tho
day also struck for tho enforcement of
tuo eigtil-liour rule.
New York, March A nicotine of
dergyinou ot itinerant denominations wus
hold tlus nftornoon in Association Hull
for'tho purposo of tuklnt; such stop as
might ho deemed nocossary for thu promo
tlbn of tho cauao of temperahco. Thcro
was a Iarco attendance
Bov. IDr. Prln'co proal'ded. Bov. Dr.
Sloolo elTered a aeries of. resolution to,
lolclnu in tho ucccasful effort of tho wo-
mpn.in fuq roovcfuuui, ocummouaing tue
holding of churuh. demporanco prayer
meeting, and altu tho formation of gen
eral womon'a tomporanco prayormootlni:i.
xueso renoiutiona wcro
NOT SKC0NDKU.
Bov. Dr. Hall, Kov. Dr,
,ov. Dr. Honard and Hey..
ur Crosby &tol
no action wan te
itev. Dr. Crosby wished to Jnow if
tlioy wcro hero to endorse tho 'aqtlpnof
the national tcmporantgniaVaaaaat. or-
woro thoy horo.to fiorj , Btw .Man ;af
working, Iki wat InJbraftd that thUlmbet
ing wa noUun.ajtthe. yiipiee of any par
ticular hodVoT temrieranco roformora.
Dr. Crosaby then adyjkd.u meeting to,
adopt measure lyhtel? 'dWtiltoiVneas
should bu punlsh(dWncfir4ni-irldMtlin4
shopa shut up. lin-t Hall Vrid1 (liar
tbey should pr ocoeeWii .44mt:
time not disclaiming against thn otlbrts of
(bbir brother throughout tho land. Dr.
Iltpworth moved that a commlttaa on
pwlutlon bj appoiutud, lo whom UHiig
gnatlon ihould bo roportod, nnd to report.
Ainu nujournod meeting tni resonmon
was ndojitod, nnd tho mooting adjourn
ed to moot on Thursday next nt tho aaino
piaeii,
Foreiun panors of l'ahruarv ll'ilh con-
tnln tho following loltor,recolvoil by Jiord
uuisou irom tun l.mpornr oi tior
many: llKiiMN, Fob. IB, 1871.
Dkaii Loni) ItPssxLi.: 1 havo re
ceived your lottor of .lanuary until, with
tho resolutions of tho groat mooting In
London, and with my embassador' report
of tlio proceedings. I thank you slnceri
ly for thleroinmunlcatiim and for tho ac
eoinpanlng expression of your personal
goodwill. K Is Incumbent on mo t bo
tho loader of my pnopln in a struggle
mantalnod throucli eenturips past by (lr
man omporor of oarlior day againjt a
power, thn dominion of whloh has, In no
country of tho world boon found compat
ible with tho freedom and wolfiirn of na
tions; n powor which, If victorious In our
day nould imnaril not in (lor-
many nlono tho blesslni; of
reformation, llborty of conclonco and au
thority of law. 1 nccopt thn battle thus
imposed upon mo In tulllllment of my
kingly duties and rely on (lod to whose
help wo look lor victory. Uut, alio In
respoct of regard for tho creed oi other,
and of evangelical forbearance which Ins
boon stamped by m forefathers, on tho
law and administration of my stale', tho
lalost moasuros of my i;overnmonl do not
iniringo upon mo Jtomish cuurcli, or irea
oxerrlea of thoir roliutoti br Ur volution.
TLoy only glvo tii tho Indcpondonco
of tlio country somooi tho guarantees long
poiossed by other countries, and formerly
possessed by I'rilfsia wlhout boing hold
by the Homish cliurch, Incompatibln with
tho irou oxorciso ot hor religion, l wa
sure and rejoice at tho proof oll'orod by
your letter that tho sympathies of tho
peoplo of Encland would not fall me in
thi struggle. Tho pociilo of Kngland, to
whom iny poopio ana my royni nomo
nro hound by the remomhranco of many n
pait nnd honorablo strucclo, maintained
in common stneo tho day of 'William of
Orange. 1 beg you to commiinicnto tnu
lottor with my thank to tho contlemen
whosignod the resolutions. I remain jours
incoroiy, (signed; wilhklm
Toledo, Ohio.
A larco tcmperonco mcotlni; was hold
at tho opora houso to-night, Tho build
ing was packed from parquctto to dome.
llrlsn ana pointed addresso by tuo clor-
gymon of tho city and ithor nil urging
on tho work, but no steps woro tokon to
wards immodiato action, aiido from tho
holding of public moetinge, which will bo
continuod to-morrow evening in sovcral
of tho. churches.
Oinniin.
Umaua, March I). It is reported that
runners irom iiostuo Indian camps havo
nppearod at tbo agency near Fort Sully
biKihK permission to trado Tor ammuni
tion. Tho agent hae prohibited tho salo
thoroof.
Hon. F. II. Smith, Bishop Horo and
Kov. Hormnn leave Fort KuskoI for tho
Wbltestono and lted Cloud agencies to
morrow.
Indians in war costume wero seen on
Kawhido creek, only 20 mile from Fcrt
Laramio, tho nicht of tho 7lh.
J. H. Noteworo, stato puporintendont
of immocration, iihb issued a clrcuior in
which ho shows that thoro has boon causr
los alarms created oy tho lato Indian
rados in Wyoming and Dakota. Ho say
that oftor thorough investigation of theso
roports, through legally sppolntod agent
in ovory county In tho stato, ho I pre
parod to etato tht vo opprohension of
dangor need exist In tho minds of any
ono. Upon thoextroino "Western border,
100 mile irom me .Missouri rivor, mora
havo been occasional thotta of etock but
in no instance any loss of human lifo.
l'lillutlclpliln.
L.vr at h:a.
l'lULAHKLi'iilA, March !). Tho stoam
1'onBylvanlo, frem Liverpool, report hov
mg met with n violent hurricauo on tho
27th ulf At midnight. Tho soa carriod
away a bridge on which woro Copt, llrad
burn and tho first and second oiticors and
two sailor who woro all washed ovor
board and lost. Tho fourth oflleor hud a
leg broken. Tho ship' hull and machin
ery woro uninjured but tho lost hor boat
and deck housos. Capt. llradburn bo
lonod in llaltlmoro and tho other otliccr
wero from England.
Loudon,
London, March 'J. A. ropl banquet
was given at Windsor Cnstlo thi oven
lug, tho total numbor of guoste bolng l.'.O.
It is intimated na possible that (Juoon
Victoria may formally opon parliamont
in porson on tho l'Jth Inst,
Dr, Konaly, tho Tichborno claimants'
counsol, has writton a nolo apologizing
for violence Ills lottor ol protest, pub'
lidhed thi morniiiL', declnrini; that lie
had no intention of rolloctlng on tho jmll
cirtl action of tho court.
KIVKKNKW.S.
Ollico ol Observation. Slcnal Kervleo I'. S
m iiij'. Dully report oi tnuotagu ol water,
with the eliungcH lor tlio li I hours cndliitf
3 o cluck p. ill., .Maivli i.ISil,
I A hovel
I low
Iwatcr.
rJ
C'liiiUK'CH.
BTATION9.
itlMe.jFall.
r I Pi
Cairo 43 I l H II
Ht. l.ouiH 1ft "J I '2 I (I
Pittsburg 12 B! 2 11 0
Cincinnati 3il II (I 7 0
Loulivlllo 12 S 1 0 0
.Memphis 33 0 U
Vlckburg Hit !i u I 0
Hhrovoport 21 I 0 4 0
Nashville 21 2' 3 ll 0
Now Orleans- 3 0 1 III
l.lttlti Hock I ll i
Kraiiivillv I 0 !
l!clov nigh vatcr marK.
KnwiN Hootii,
OlHorver .Slg. Her. U.S.A.
VicKHiiuno, March 'J. Up City of
Alton. Down lieu and Hargoa, Frank
Pareoud, Commonwoalth. Weather cloar
and warm, lliver rising.
Cincinnati, March y. ltivor 3li feot
nnd rising. Arrived J unlntta, Pitts
burg; Juiia No 2, Konawa river; It. K.
Hudson oxpocted from "SYhooling.
N A8UVILLK, March 9 ltivor falling; ill
feot on hoal. AVoatbor clear and cool.
Arrivcdt-Hurktvillo, Padueah; JJddy-
ivlllo, Upper OnmborUpd. , D.epaftqdn-
Ord, for Uppur'CumpvnnUi i
' Evanvili, Marcli'. Vc'otliDr.'.'cJoar
and' mild. Mercury 31' to 48, ieg?oe,'
llivor after rising c has flon 2 iacher.
Up uicKSicp, Silvortboni', ayottu,
ltohorta. vMorniuisStiir. Anna. 'Down'-
llowllng Green, Hon Franklin, ! Nick
Longworth, Mary Amentjldlo lid, 1' lor.
PrMcuruiH. March 0 Cl'oudv w"itb indi
Icstion ot rain. JUvor rising atoadiiy now
within 1J foot of high water mark nnd
running over tho lank o that local pack-
ota una great trouble In undine loonincs
'Arrived llollo of Texas. CPIno lllulls:
Baum.-Cincinnati, Donartod liollo Mem
jpw voioriua, nt Jjouif, nauoago anu
gejjiuairo; uapitoi uity, vics:ourg
LouiBVJLLi:, March 0 ltivor fallon in
the last 21 hours with 11 foot U Inches in
tlio cnnal and S) foot ll inche Ih'lridlan
chute. Woather cloar and. cold with tltf
iwliid. Arrivod Thompson Dean, Cin-
' , . . 1 . 1 itr
cinnati; i'.xporior. jNow.uricans, tiuuu tr
Moan and bargos, St Loui. Dopartod
Doan. Nowz- Urldaba;. Mary Miller, Cm
cinnati: Exporter. Cincinnati: Camilla
NaaliTllle? John Jlcans and barges, St
I.ou'ip: Mlmnnon and .1 D l'nrkor. due this
altomoon hnd not arrived at 0 p m.
St. Loi;is. March !!, Arrived Foar-
los, Cairo; Koto Rlnnoy ntid W ! Lowii,
Mlrsoiirl rlvor ; ICsporanxa, l'ittslitirg ; .1
i' lone niui niary Alice, wow urieans;
ICollogg, llllnoli river; Allco Swllt, Cin
cinnati. Departed Citv Chonter, Mom-
)ihls; Davenport i nd Colossal. Keokuk;
lleaver and l leminu', Illinois river; uii-
more, Waahvlllo. ltivor rising aiowiy.
Weather clear and mild.
.MAItKDT nill'dliT.
.MuMl'lUP, .March 'J. l-'lour dull and
ltooplng G &0(jTy t!fi. Corn meal tpiiet
1 .f,. uorn in fair demand nt lowor rate
rein. Cat ndvancod, asked but none os-
labllshod f!c. Hay ehoico pcarco and
firm, Inferior negluctcd. Ilran mnrkut
fair, l urk domand good lo m, i.aru
firm '.i.'MIOvc. Ilacon do-imnd liuhl,
bidders llrm; eholdor 77J; sides 'JyJ.
Sr. Lutrin, March 0. Hemp nomiualy
unchanged. Flour ulot htid unchanged
with fnlr innairy lor fall at l 2t and un
dor. Wheat llrm but (pilot; No V spring
1 i!J, do Soptombor I MAl i'.O: Noll reil
fall I -ISGV1 DO; Noli, 1 CD. Corn firmer;
No 'J mixed (;0f',r,7. Oats firm; No 1! mix
ed -IS0f.i. liarley Inaetlyo, unchanged
nnd urm; no -i I iiu hu. nyo urm at
02'.I3. Fork IS Dry salt moats
very trong; looso cloar rib 7; ham aver
age 8 packed; ehouldcr C0; clear rib,
B. Jiaoon 1 1 r ; 9houider uj, clear rib e,
e'enr sides v. l.nra llrm: primomoam Bi,
Whlskoy toady at 'J2. Hog dull ior
light, llrm for heavy at -i OOftil CO; heavy
C 005 CO.
Ciiuaoo, .March U. Flour iuiot;
good to cliolco X spring fi JOyO "5.
Wheat In nctivo domand and advanced;
No 1 1 21; No 2 1 21J1 H1J regulnr
and fresh cash; 1 22 April; No 3 I 1C
1 Hi';. Corn actlvo and price advanced;
No 1 mixed Hi! cnih, 63 April; No 2, &!.
Uats in light demand, out holders nro
firm; No i 4:1 regular, -1 1 fresh spot.
Kyo scarce and llrmo; No 2 frofh Sd.
liarley otilot and unchanged ; No 2 1 60
1 02; No 3 1 33. Provision unsettled
l'ork npenod firm ami closed dull nt
1-1 G514 70 spot, I t 75 April, and IB 05
May. Hulk meats iiuiot nnd steady; shlds
5 J; S 11 middles 70 April looso; h O mid
die 81 looso April HoJjn steady. Whis
ky steady at 'J3.
New Ohlea.vm, .March U Flour cood
demand: superior 5 25, X. 6 25, XXX
C CO, family 7 7 2'J 00. Corn qulot,
whltn 7C7C, yellow 7870. Oat tilMt
atC0C2. Ilran dull at 8G(,S0. Hay dull,
choice 27 00, fort llrm, now hold a
quarter higher. Dry salt moat llrm, hold
(HCMJCcaj with ppuculattvo domand. I!a
con quiet at 7p710ia,01y0j. Hams
1I3P1"1. Lard dull; liorco UlGo'Jl, koi;
OJ. Sugar good domand, common CJ, fair
to tully Ialr7(ij7i. -Moiaiicscood domand,
roportod at 6C(i)57, primo fermenting C7.
Whlskoy firmo", Loulilana 00(a.07. Coll'ee
23(;27J. Corn meal Armor at 3 CO.
IToliuiTiTftTrs.
WASlIINOTOJf, March 9. On Tuesday
for New Knirland slates rislnt: barnmotor
with partly c'oudy woatbor, and fresh to
orisx norm tnu wesi winus.
For Mlddlo etotos nnd Lower Lako ro
ulon, winds diminishing to fresh and
IlL'lit. vith rislnc tompcruturn and gener
ally ci'oar weather, tbo winds shifting to
easterly over tbo lowor lako region.
For South Atlantic and Eastern wuir
tatc cloar woather, rising lemporaturo.
and light to Irosh vinus.
For Uppor i.ake recion rislni; tempera
ture, increasing nortbcait to aoutheast
winda, cloudy woatbor, rain nnd snow.
For Tenncsteo nnd Uut ohm v alloy
foling tomporaturo, increasing cloudiness
nnaoasteriy to eoutneriy winus, wuu po
siblo thrcatoninc woatbor and rain.
A storm is now apparently moving
oastwnrd over tho Lowor Missouri Valley,
and will probably extend to tho lowor
lake region and Ohio Valloy on Tuesday
Tbo Cumberland and Ohio rivers win
pobably fall.
UEAI. KSTATE AUKUVV.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
Ri'iAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUOTlONliliHS,
74 (hkdokii vi.oon) 011111 1, 11 vii a,
(IMilO, 11.1x1,,
lluv and Hell Hbal Khtatb,
I'AY TAXK3,
yiMlNltm AHBTMAOTH OF TITLK
Onitfitr npfttRTonii
MI8SOUHI STATE LOTTERY.
LaALI7.al UT 8TATB AUTHOBITV AMD
DllAWN IH Puiilio IH St. Lodib.
Graud Single Numbor Sohomo.
60,000 NDMBKBB
Class 0, to iik Okawn March 31, 1871
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to S3U0,uiM.
I True of .10,000 600 Prill's of. f 100
I of 13,460 U of.. ...... 1,000
1 OL 10,000 U " ol 400
1 " of . 7,800 V ' of SOU
4 ' of. ,000 II of MO
i " ot 8,600 38 ' of 200
20 of 1,000 M " nf 160
11 " of 600 180 " Of IM)
40 " Of 260 600 ' Ot 10
Tickots $10; Half TIckota, $5; (juartor
TIckota, $2 60.
llnr IntttirUa ra ohirterad lir the flute, are
alwaa drawn at tb time named, end ell dreit'
Inc. ero uour iae euperviBiua ui iwuiu sum
(nl.tnnAra.
The omolel drawing will be publlnhfd In the
St, Louis papere and a oopj of drawing tent to
purchaaera of ticket. . . , .
; We uill draw aiirollar aehemetho laitday ol
uer-month durlDK the yMr 1H7I.
KeiNit at our riBK vj pw11 wuuoi
rcclUri'd lelur, draft or eiprean. Hendforoir-
ruLir. Adilrevs.
MUKKA
M1LI.KH a CO.,
HI, ljoun, no.
a.unjir.u.
W II ITK UOLL Alt 1'liAN ING mhh
' H WAI.THHNi r(Hrior,
HARpAm) SOFT LUM13BR
AMIl
r.ATir. liiiiNaLiiu. ckdah pouts
1)00113, 8 ASH, HIjINDH
t UltDEllfl HOLIOiTKU.
BtbImdoat. Lumbiiii,
yqrnlahed on ehorteelnotloe.
UcmmnrcLai 'avhnuo: botwoon Tonth and
Elovonth atroota
I A. .I.HWl'i
Qlllcn. ovpr Thorns; llro'n. Kroeery st,oie
No.liil Commercial .uvoniio, owner KiKhtU
ttrect. ItdoldCneo corner Washington "Ve
nue nod fomlccnUi utrcct.
-OMMlMIOM .lir.lICIIAlSTM.
7. n. iiATiinna.
K. (!. win.
aiATiiusH k mill
AND (JI'.M'ltAIi
0 O .M -M I H H I II N fll K It (.' II A N TO
iKAt,i:mi in
HA'Y AND WE.'JTKN IMtODHCl"
OHIO I.EVIJK.
W. SI rati on.
T.lllnl
MTHATTON : HI HI),
WHOLESALE CJHOCRRS
ANII
FOMJI1SSION MIlltl'HAXTS,
Affonts American Powder '. oninanv
No. T,1 Ohio I.OX'C,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
N. It. Tblttlewood,
1. .l,'rhlitewonl
TIJIHTLKWOOI) A- VA).,
IJKRKUAI,
Vj O M M I 8 B I OS Mk k OHANTU
IiKAI.KKd I.N
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, HTC
No. Til OHIO I.HVKh".
Uaiuo
2tl
Il.I.I.NOIK.
11.
GENEttAL COMMISSION MEKCHAM
And dealer In
Limb, Cumkmt, I'lahteii, Hair, Ktc.
No )tilo; I.vyrn,
J2TI will toll in car loud lot at
turerh' iirlecs, H(l(ilni' Irelcht.
msiiu
I -Ml
j. M. viJiLLii'a,
I'orwardinff and (Jomuiisaioii
MKR011ANT,
WUAUK-IIOAT 1'HOl'ltIETOH
propared lo forwaril all hinds of frol'bt
to all points.
llUrdncf attended to nroiupllv.
UOKl'Jjy, HAltlUSOiN Si CO.,
(SuociK-or ti I). Hlird ft Hon
10K,V"JVliJDXUSI'C
AMI
Commission lorcliants,
I'l.OUH.OHAIN AMI HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovno, CA I ItO, 1
(J. 1). WIIiLlAMSON,
WHOLESALE (atOOEK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Deiilcr In
BOAT STORES,
No. 70 Oliln l.ovci-, CA1K0, ll.l.S
tSTSpecfil altentinii kIvoii to
Dit'iilH mid ll 1 1 1 mi order.
ron-lyn
1 1 -V ll
JOHN It. 1'llLIilM & SON,
(liuootHnrx to John 11. I'lilllif,)
GEN10KAL COMMTS3JON
KOHWAHOINO MKK0IIANTH
DEALKH9 IN HAY, OOUN, OATS
Flour, Moal, Uran, &c.,
AOKNT.S Ft) it LA KLIN AND HAND
I'OWDKtt COMl'ANY.
Colt,
Tkntii Htkekt xmv
OAinn.JLLH.
Ohio Lk.ve
1K T l'J It 0 U H L,
Kxrlnhlvf
FLOUR MERCKAN1
AHI
Nn. NO OHIO LKVEK,
3--20 tr. CAIltO, ILLINOIS
WOOD ItlTTKNHOUSE & 3JIIO
FLOUR
Gonoral OommiBsion' Moronant.i
IBS OHIO LBVKK
IIIIATItTORICH.
HAM WILSON,
a a t a a 1
i:
BOAT . BTOBHB
FHOVISI tvNr JKTa
Nb; no
0 iiio Lr.iiVK
..,.,., uno, ithDfoJ
niNKE.I.ArtCOIja),
Ji. F, PARKER,
(3iirceH'nr to l'aihor.V'HIako,)
DKil.EH IN
'A'INTS AND OILS
A'lirnliliri, Itraatiri,
WAI.IaJ l'APHH,
"WTJ)TX)OW OLASB
winnow flnADis,
lei the celebrated ltltunlnatta
AIJUOHA OIL.
pnOHrt'l.niLDINO GOB 11TH8T. AOOH
uanoiAi. av.,
Caiho - - Illinois
U. V
, WHUKLUK,
Dealer in
WOOD COAL
omen and y a ii p.-
'enlh Street, helwvcn Wathtnirton
aivi
i 'omiucrclul aYonui'K.
A lari'o Biipnlr of i'lttnhtiri: and UIk
Miiildy vuh i'outnntly on hand. Htoo
ooil Mtwed to nrdor. (Irdcrn lor ceal or
wood bhould ho left at tho ollico on Tonth
turret. Terms cah on delivery.
Caiko Rox and Baskkt Co.
Dealer lu
LUMIJEIt OF ALL KINDS
IIAItll AMI NO IT.
Keep conitintly on hanu
l'l.OOUINIl AND SlIilNO, AI.UO liATH.
Orilera Hollcllrd.
MILL AND YAUD CORMKIt THIBTT-roUHTH
hTllKKT AND OHIO LKVKK.
UAIKO. - ILLINOIS, 30-7
NEW LIVERY STAlJIiE.
MII,I,S IV I'AKKKit, lYonrletor.
Tenth Street, hctwccii Walnut and Wash
ington.
llainL,nurehai'CdUic entire Mock. Stnhle.
Ilor-ei", CarrlaKCf, IIiikkIch, etc., ol Dr
I'leld, and mldcd feveral now "turnouta."
.Mr. Parker now InUtcn all Ida Iricnd. old
und new, in walitnt .Saddle Horse. Double
or Single CarrlascH, or any tiling elao in hlii
ine, to Kite mm ucau. in rj.im
Jotin (J. iiarman.
CIia. Tumpp
JOHN Q. HAHMAN & CO.,
ISJli ESTATE
OOLLKOTOllH
CONVKYANOKHrJ,
N OTA lllKai'UBL
Ami I. nml AifentH of tlio Illinois Cent
nnd llurlii)t;ton and MlnnourllUllroad com
union.
trtli Our. nl Olli Ht, nint
! Caiho, Illimoih.
HKA1IH, HHO., fi CO.,
HAG MANUFACTURERS
Aubnth Home (Jotton Mii.w
NO. HI Ohio l.ovoo, (Jvlro, Ilia.
a.'lm.
R. SMYTH ft CO,,
whoi.ksai.i-:
LIQUOR
DKAI.i:ilH,
3TO. GO OT-TTO litElVrEIH
(IAIIIII. iLLiaon,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
l-KKHIl HI'ltlNU HTVI.KS.
M Ji ii . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swaudora,)
annouucoH that alio has juit; opened a large
aaiiortmcn ot tho
NF.WK3T,
MOST J-'ASUIONABLK,
AND 1IAND30MK3T
Millinery Ooods to oe found in tho market
Sho will keep on hand
Hats, Bonnktb, Flowbrs, Humous,
Dhess Thimminos or All Kinds,
Ladiks Furnibiiino Uoodb, Notions,
Collaiis, TJndkrhlkrvks, Hukks,
And all coodH found ill millinery stores, all
ol which will he disposed ot at tbo lowest
cash prlcca, Mrs, Jacknon rcipectfully
aaks a continuation of tbo pataonago which
has been eo liberally beataowed upon her by
tho ladles of Cairo and tho vlclmtr.
WAQCN MANUFACTORY
For Salo nt Wholcealo qr lloUil
1
00BNIBI32D-BTBSH AND OUIO'V ,
" ' Ciro, minolt'' '
, jr e, CtASIBIi, r
ing wai destroyed by Ira tl
II " 1 , V 1 , "
iais Uiil l'-';!"1':'
JAiin iln
Ml '4 ,
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