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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER G, 1872
PRESIDENT GlIANT WAITED
UPON BY COMMITTEES
OF BOTH BOEIES
OF. THE ALA
THEY SEEK AN INTERVIEW
BUT ARE RESPECTFULLY
REFERRED TO JUDGE
ELEOTORAL VOTE OF Alt-
JvASAH OAST RY TI1E
I erocted of granite, but It cannot bodoue
wilhtho pretent appropriation, it requtr
Ing another million of dollan If a limit It
I .n I n I 1 n ... ....
i'"u. rreo sionewill probably bo to-
TUB LtBEKAf. HEPU1ILIOANS
Are canvatsing to determine what count
to punuo In rogrrd to minority reproson
tatlsn of lenato commlltoei. Domocratlc
senators ore alto caucusslng. Tho major
ity lea vet only ono vacancy on foreign re
lation committee. Democrat and Lib-
oral Republican Hniinn ...i
......... hm.V Mfjicm
tnong themselvot, to- name Schur a
minority repretentativo on foreign rela
tion commlttoet ; Thurman on judiciary,
and Bayard on flnanco. Catterly,Trutnbull
and Kenton, retiring from their commit
tees respectively. Ai ibo majority. leaves'
only one' vacancy in "each of them, they
will be filled at heretofore by tho oddoiI.
THE UECEPf ION TO MINISTER unknown
Wnat course the government will take
under the clrcumttancet it at thii time
PRESIDENT GRANT ABSENT
FROM THE BANQUET.
HE WENT TO NEW YORK TO
ATTEND MR. GREELEY'S
AND NOT TO ATTEND ANT
SENATOR .BUMtfKRv ATTACKED
WITH HEART DISEASE.
BKVISINO THE SENATE STAND-
tUeporttd Epcclally for the Bulletin.
wamiinoto.v, Doc. 0. Commlttcct
repreientine both brancbei of ihn ai.
bama legltiaturo aro bore, and that roprc
wuimg uov. Aiuwlt or tho court-boute
body, to-day aiked an Interviow of the
preiment, and wore nniwered that he pre-
tmuva inai inoy should first confor with
the attorney general; they will conte
quently confer with Judge Willlami to
morrow. Tbo committee representing
the capital branch, will mako a itatc
mentof thoir cute o'ri Saturday. Whllo
the attomoy general will give full atten
tion to every matter prciented by those
commissioner! he will not render any m.
tertion thereon, and tbo fixed doterrnina
tion of the government It not to Interfere
With the condition of political atluirt in
AUbama unlesi something tbould arlno In
violation to the conttitution of the ttnltw!
State, which iball render tuch interfer
ARK AM, AM ELECTOR1.
Little Rock, Doc. 6. The Oreclev
lector luiembled luit niVht and
w iviu tui u. j ru is
iianki nt Vlainlil...ii. .r
ill uui lviuk owiciaijy
uiurmpu nv ini rrtwnm v, .
j - bw;,Mwi tuat un u can
i of the volo thn Grant lector wra
j uu, sauu IWHI HUCfl
.VV.,WH wa ..icie .V.tjL, BUU Will
Vasuinoto.v, Doc.C Secretary Bout
. mv vvuiii4ltC UU WIY1
j IIHViMlt.U V11UUI
hat unlnti e.1. -
Mutva .uu uuuau vuuiv action axpreii
J . wt i W4 VLfiHUUUI
ndertho Into tyndicate, be would proceed
use manner to negotiate the remainder
f tho loam.
Several bills wcro Introduced
On motion of Mr. Morton, the pretldont
wat requetted to communicate in forma
tion concerning the tlave trade on tho
coatt of Africa, and what meaiuret bad
been taken by Great Britain and other
government! for its tupprouion.
Mr. Sumner laid in view of the reor
ganization of the committed, bo would ba
compelled by tho Inttructlont of hit pby
tlclan to atk to be excuied from the tervico
of any committee.
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, called un th
bill for tho endowment of national col
lege! and tpoko thereon.
At tho conclmion of Mr. MorriU't nd.
dreu, the further contideralion of tho bill
wai postponed for a week, and tho tenutu
Mr. Thuruian will bo mado chairman ct
tho committee on private land claimi r,,l
Camerly of tbo committee on euuroned
bllh. "Wlndom tucceodi Carnentor .
chairman of the comniht!o nn ahiu
billt. Pratt will probably tuccoed Ed.
mundi ai chairman of the comrnltteo on
peiiiiom. Morton become! chairman of
tho coinraitteo on privilege! and election!.
HORATIO SEYMOUR "WILL PRE
SIDE OVER THE NATIONAL
PRISON REFORM CONGRESS.
tub Kivin j-o.
Tumv, Dec. 5. Tho wateri of tho Po
again overflowed tbo ombankmenti, and
Inundated tbe adjacent country. At lait
dvlcet the flood wai tpreading.
STRIKE or TBE STOKEM.
London, Dec. 5. Tho ttrlke of ttokert
of tbe gat companiot continuet, but tbe
wortt it over. Inhabitant! bavo supplied
tbemtelvet with oil lampt and candle,
and are now able to meet tho Inconveni.
nee cauted by tbe limltod tupply of eai
Several tbeatrtt were lighted with oil lait
oignt, and performance wat conductod
Mutual. The Strand" theatre latt nlgkt
wai lighted with burning llmo.
W87j Pfd SOj-Clevoland and Columbui I lr a
m it i iu: st. p.ui C3: pfd Vsj- w.- 1Iomc Advertisements.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
ba.h 09S: Pfd 80: Knri Uln. 7X J.
. I - w ' - - vjaiuvtVS A
474: lirilaWKrn A- tU o. n... . i .
" . ww y, unrL nm
Jrioi; IndianaCemral 38J; Han & St. j
. ?F,.?20' Dcc 11 Hogtrecelptt ' PTT .T iT A TP.TCa
to 11 10,840, and about 110 car? ttock to AJXiJb.
arrive: ofnuial vpitvnlnu tp.t. ..i.... i.
& W 0oh'8h'i "treme range
13 lo4 10, bulk talei at f3 90. Cattle.
receipt! 1,187: Iteadv nnl ihnrtn Arm., .tf
around; tupply 0f good cattle
not equal to t!, ,i,. j
Cincinnati. Doc. C Pim.i- H-r..
Arm. Corn atcadv. Oati
55' unc''8"B,oJ' Cotton quiet; middling
182c. Whlikev firm nt Rr,. At... V.
.1..M ! n..ii.'"-.: ".v
r it' "","'" juiei; inouiuert aic:
clear rib OJc; clear 6Jc ; theie ratei aiked
doraand 4 leu. Green meat! quiet and
flrmj thouldort 3Jc; tldct 6c. Hani! Cl
8. Bacon quiet; iboulden 6c ; clear tlt
SICjj clear 9c. Hogt active at $3 C63 80:
bulk of talei 303; receipt! 12,691. Lard
quiet and unchanged.
Sr. Louis, Dec. 6. Flour very quiet. .'
Wheat, only tamplo lott telllno. Corn I
32c. Oati dull 25c. Barley unchanged, i
v can v iirimriur. whiiii.t qi. i
!&f ttlLiLLIARD HALL
-- Y-'tjj-i" ""'"ii uun, uit'iir iiuei
avi fl i i r r . t : ar. ' 1
aiXKlXO OF THE STEAMKH
Wasuinqton Dec. 5. The Pruldent
w . w n MUlUVQt
nomination!! fur var! ntIK ttl An.l .tl
vavit, auu Ulli-
try otncti ppolnted durinc receii.
Itopublicaa caucm will meet to-morrow
u rati i r v inn m rir t a ttm ... (.
-1 w w. v " VWUIUiU
e, together with thoio of minor tolect
nt. The lilt will Ujtben submitted to
Edmundt will become chairman of tbo
dlciary committee, vice Trumbull; Ham-
chairman of tho raining committee.
oe Rice; and Carpenter chairman of tho
mmittee on contingent expense, vice
nmn. i a tinr u am- a t
j 0 - WM W IWtVllt IVIPt
,VI ... WHilWTC ajuuurs
remftln on tbo comrnltteo, Fenton who
T M 1..
bv tbo OntlOiition fnr nl urn n ttm
I VCMW ll ttu
mmltteo on territorlei; and Trumbull
alrmanihip of the judiciary committee,
named vv tho onnositinn in
em on ilia uriviipi'f nmi ninttn.,
ttee, vlco Thurman, who goes off that
mmiLtoe. out rfiiiiHiin nn thn iniufA.M
' " jiAuivmi jr
--- w w v lunus u
wa MVIMV I ull
New Orleans. Dm- s
eioctoa to tbo leBliiaturo. all norjoni
, HV W!MI IIIHg UUt
a ii ikii ii i hii nv mm i'n a n n
ri "v m V4iu
n of tho leglilature will meet on Sutur-
Washington, Dec. 4. Jamei L. Orr,
South Carolina, wna nominated a min
er to Russia.
ELECTORAL COLLKClE VOTK.
florion City lait night stating that the
VAilnm una (ai At. a t t
? vviHui niH la iti iiuhh. i na nt
HI - WHIIUL Will
w vuntujj fC
a f . .HM O.
ft 1 I rt . . '
For vice pretldont, R. Gratz Brown 0,
UIKU a AJLAUUIl it. HII II IV Illinm M
... J IV MM W
I 1- va - .
uciuctiw. x.. iuwie iros elected mes
igor to carry tbo vote to Waihington,
8T. LOUIS I'OST-OKFICE.
A - it.. T-Vt . . 1
(J 1 Ml Lit L 1111 IllKTllirin fia IMA UnnkUu
utwell has decided not to award tho
tract ror tno iiono uied In constructing
(St T.tnta nfl.t m It ....
w. uuuia Jiv.v-uuito UUIIUing, Ull IIS
aicertatn whether conirri win .i
tbe limit of the ooit of the building
wouia preier me Duuaing weald b
IJilli Introduced. One by Wheeler
to incorporate a bnking uociatlon
whij a capital or IIOO.OJO.OOO, under the
tyle of tho government and manager of
exchequer of tho U.S. A.
By Mr. Harrii to allow farmer! and
planter! to tell leaf tobacco without re
triction of modifying tax on retail deal
on. By Mr. TafToo to lell certain landi to
the Republican Valley railroad.
Mr. Dawe reported a bill for tbe relief
of tho Boston lutleren, which paued unan
imouily. The bill correipondi with a like bill for
Chicago, lave that it doei not except lum-ber.
The bou.i then returned tho coniidera
tion of tho bill providing for the couitruc
tion often iloopi of war.
Mr. Totter contended it wai not nrac
ucaoio lor veneli of 600 or C00 tont to
carry ten large gum; that the ttatement
mado by Mr. Scotleld, chairman of the
naval committee, wai not correct, but
that the ttatement mado by Mr. Piatt, that
veneli ibould bo from 1,000 to 2,000 tont,
wai nearer tho mark. Such vosieli could
not bo built for anything liko tho turn
mentioned. Such veneli for war purpoiea
would coit from J800,00u to $',000,000.
He believed the actual cost of theie vei-
leli would approach $1,000,000 for each
ono. Ho contended that tho houio wat
entitled to more information than it had
received on tho tubject, and to havo a ma
tured plan lubmittod for comideration bo
foro called upon to vote for thii bill.
Mr. Garflold offered an amendment nrn.
viding that no contract or ordor for tbo
conitructlon of thcio vcuelt bo made till a
full detallod eitimate wai tubmitted to
congreit, and appropriation! mado therefor.
Mr. MyoM laid the bill gavo tho ioc-
rotary full authority to build thcio voueli,
and no doubt six or teven of them would
be built in tho navy yard, but it would bo
till optional for tho tocroiary to build
teveral at private yardt. Thii diicre'.lon
ho wat willing to give, but above all he
wanted tho thipt built, and it would bo a
ubject of congratulation that thii necoi-
ary project would give employment to
thousand of akilled mechuni
Tho honso under operation of proviout
quoitlon agreed, by 77 to 05, to Mr. Ualo't
amendment requiring half the veneli to be
built in privato yardi; to Mr. Bank't
nmendment making aproviiion at to gum,
that thoy not oxeced ton ; to Mr. Garfield's
araendmont requiring plans and estimatet
bo submitted congrost and appropriation!
mado boforo work commonced, and to
Cox's amendment reducinc tho mtmU
f vesieli from ton to ix. Tho lait-named
amondment wai adopted by a voto of 104
to 00. Tho bill, at amended, named.
A motion to adjourn to Monday was de
Washington, Dec. 6. In tbe north-
woit and thenco ovor unnor lakm umi
southwesterly to Arkansas and Tennosiee.
Rising baromotor, louthwettoly to north
woiterly winj generally clear woathor,
and lower tentporaturet. In Lowor Lake
regions soutbwettorly wlndi, increating
prcsiuret and colder, and partly oloudy
woathor. In tho Mldrti .,i 7
ttatet, and along the lino of Canadian
mini?. oul" wottorly to northwoiterly
winds. Clearing nnd colder weather with
highor baromotor to-morrow In ni
South Atlantlo states. Clearing Z..l "
and occailonal light rain, with northerly
tvlndi. and lnwcr mr... ...... .
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
THE WASIIUUKXX BECEPTION.
New York, Dec. S. At the reception
given to Hon. K. B. Waihburno to-night
by tbo Union Luagnc, tbo club-room wai
crowded with distinguished company,
including Gov. Jewell, Genl's. McDonald,
Gilmore, Byrnes and Barnard, Admiral
Kowan, Karl of Caithness, and numerout
city magnate!. Mr. Waibburne wai in
troduced by Uon. Vim. M. KvarU, who
greeted him on tbo behalf of the citizens
of New York, and expressed their ap
preciation of tho honor bo had done the
United State! under tho most trying cir
cumstance!. Mr. Waibburne thanked the
anemblage lor the cordial welcomo and
wai gratified by tbo approval of bit
fellow countrymen. He returnod a better
American than ever, and felt prouder of
hit country. President Grant wai not
present, having came to New York to Mr.
Grcoloy't funeral, and not to attend any
SUMNER ATTACKED WITH HEART DIS
EASE. Wasuinoton, Dec. 4. Senator Sumaer
bad rather a sharp attack of bii com
plaint of heart disease, while in tbe street
last night. His friends have warmly
urged his cessation from all lenatorial la
bors, but he wat in hit teat at tho opening
of the teuton to-day.
New York, Dec. 0. Gov. Hoffman re
fusei to respite Rogei, the murderer of
Donahoe. lie will bo hanged to-morrow.
CODE OF SIGNALS.
At a meeting of the chamber of com
merce to-day a resolution was adopted
asking the tocretary of tbo treasury to re
commend tbo adoption in tbe mercantile
marino of a commercial code of signals now
in uso by the navy.
A lengthy and highly culogiitlc retolu-
tion wat adoptedoa the dcatht of Greeley
auiciDE OF GEN. MAXWELL OP
FIRE IN ST. LOUIS.
HARRY WALKER & CO.. Prop'rt.
Our Home Advertisers.
f ST. NICHOLAS j
. A.ara lower ic teller Janurv.a
TrW,K,f'.Deo-.J' '2:30p.m Gold 13;
US6t of '81 13; do coupon! 178; C
20i of '01 18lrai3: ilo'ni'l9linir.!.'.n
Reported L'ip:clally for the Bulletin.
Dayton, O., Dec. 0. Gen. O. O. Max
well of thii city, ihot bimielf In a room at
the Fhlllipi houso tbli evening, and died
initantly. Tho community wai greatly
luocaeu. ue was ono of tbe moit gallant
officers Ohio lent to tho war. He was five
timoi wounded, and last year be was cap
tain oi me Anignti Templar of Ohio. Ho
wai formerly alienor of internal revenue
for tho Third conjreisional district, re-
uoving irom warn county to thii citv
alter nn appointment to that office.
IRE IN ST. LOUIS.
t T .
oi. houih, Dec. 5. The loss by tho
burning of tho drug houio of Alliion &
Scbultzlait night, provoi to have been
... .. I. I t
iiiucn neavier man wai first roportcd. It
amounts to $30,000; Imuranco $22,000,
mainly In tho Commercial Imuranco Qo.
of London, and Etoa of Hartford. It al
so luffbrod coniidorable losi by water on
leaf tobacco in thefactory of Stiful & Ron
lon, but to what amount it ii not yot as
certained. EIOUTEEN HORSES BURNED.
Boston, Dec. C Garvin & Hewes
teainitablc, Albany street, burnod tblc
forenoon. Eighteen honei periihed in
Remnants of two mora bodies were
found under the ruim of Walker's car
riago factory, burned In a groat Are. Thii
makei C bodies recovored from the same
place, and laborers are digging for
It Is understood Gov. Dix will advocate
sweeping reforms in thii ttato in hit met
tago which he it now writing.
Horatio Seymour bai accepted an invi
tation to preside over tbo National Prison
Reform congren to be held in Baltimore
on the 21st. of January, next.
Incendiarism being somewhat epidemic
in Brooklyn, the police commitiioners of
fer a roward of $500 for the detection, ar
rest and conviction of any person found
guilty of that crime in tho city.
steamer obey kaolk bunk.
Cincinnati, Dec. 0. The steamer
Grey Eaglo sunk at James' landing lait
night. It is probable that ibo will provo
atotalloii. She wai valued at S05.000,
and wai Insured for $40,000, moitly In
MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
OF THE TEXAS AND CAL
GRAVE TliOUBLE APPItfc.
H ENDED IN PARIS.
RIVER PO OVERFLOWING
STRIKE OF THE STOKERS STILL
uni, AT EXCITEMENT IN CHISEL-
TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA RAILROAD.
Philadelphia, Dec.6. Tho stockhold
ers of tbe Texas and California railroad
held a meeting to-day. A letter wa road
from Gen. G. M. Dodge, chief encinoor
showing a rapid progress in the work of
pushing tbo road to completion. Philadel
phians Interested in the new railroad In
.mexico nave subscribed large turns of
money, some as high as $50,000. The
road, it is taid, will run from the city of
Mexico to the Rio Grande, a distanco of
oou miles, and connect with the road from
tho Rio Grande to Denver; which will be
eoo miles more. It It to bo a three foot
Reported Especially foi the Cairo Uulletlu.
London Dec. 0. A World tpecial
tayt the voto in tho Vonalllo aiiembly
to-day on tho formation of Dafourei
committee executod tbo Uvelleit appre
hension in Parii, where ligting is ex
pocted. Great excitement prevail! at
Ohizlehurst. Marshal MoMabon con
troll tbo army, but will only act In obedl
enco to tho aiiembly, and uot to President
Thien. German occupation ii certain if
lighting occum. Correipondonco has
recently passed between Buraarck and
Napoloon. Gorman reoccupatioa will re
sult in the establishment of tbo empire.
London, Dec. fi.Tho announcement
of tho Moditorancau tteamer "Dalma
tian" at Liverpool veiterdav. nnrnrtti-
nately provoi to bo untrue. Nothing has
been heard from the steamer sinco tbo
original report stating her loss.
PEEKS TAKE TIIEIR BEATS.
Rerun, Deo. 6. Nearly all of tbe
nowly elected peon took their seat! in the
upper houio of tbo diot to-day.
Versailles Deo. 5.-Tho aiiembly
tbli afternoon olected mombers of a com
mlttoo of thirty, proposed by Minister
Dufouro. The committee consists of
nineteen deputies from tbo right, repre
senting 831 votes, and eleven deputies
from the left, representing 883 rota.
St. Louis, Deo. 5. The hono eDldnmlo
continue! to ipread, and there are now but
tew itablei in tho city which havo not
more or less caies. Soveral itreet rail
road companiei have reducod tho number
of their can slightly, and two or tbreo
brewers and coal dealors have mbitltuted
oxen for honei, but genorally, buiinou Is
not yet interrupted.)
New Orleans, Dec. C Arrived, John
B. Maude. Departed, John Kllgour and
Cit?' Jl t0"'' Receipt" Flour 405.
pork 428; bacon 103 casks, 21 boxei: bams
381; lard 260 telrce.; wh skoy 70; 'cotton
13.081. Flour dull, XX $6 260 'flt Tw
X$0 im 76;good$77o,acbolc,o
J88 20; choice extra $8 509 60. Corn
in lair demand at 00c; yellow 01ra02c:
Oati 44c. Pork dull at $13 26ll 60
bacon dull at 6Jc. Whlikey dull it 02!
07c, for Louisiana and Cincinnati. Cot
ton Arm at 101c. Sterling h 111- .ii
dlicount. " 11 f
i nWE0"?' D,ec- ,12:'0 P- --Flour
du WJ'eAt.1Ulot l'd &rta 60l 65;
red 1 051 70; amber $1 761 80
Corn quiet and Heady, 0404Jc. Oati
3'nCJ5n nd-,u,eftdy B0560' Rceipl, flour
20,000. "Wheat 60,000. Corn 43,000.
Oati 15,000. Mets pork quiet. $10. lard
dull, 8c; quotatbns nominal. Wbltkoy
firm and nominal, 93 Jc.
New York, Dec. 6. Money firm, 1-04
to 1-82; ttock very Arm. Gold dull, 121
13. Government! dull aud steady; state
bonds, dull and steady. W U 77; Paclflo
86; Adams 92; Fargo 87; American 704;
D 8 8U; N Y O B0J; En. 621; pM ;!
U P 87; Lak. 8hon?4H PHuWg 89;
?!: a? n0W 161(72)16; do '07 17-
do '68 coupons 16i: io.40i 9J? Tin
rittinrta OlOfll. - I
-pwiie fiui40i Lurrpnnv r. vir,ii oil
JtMling exchange J10; new Cs loJ
v Mfe-lit Report.
'lE'f 10RK. Due. . Kiniirllnxlv i..n,t.
crato demand. iiiDor $5903)0 m r'nmm
to good X $G 907 05; good to choice
Z'JL1,S?' w"ll wheat $7 00
8 Cj. ANhiikoy firmer )495. Whoat
higher and in fa r donmml. fin i rhi..
ipring $1 401 49; '0 2 $1 fiol 05.
Ryo icarco ana firm. Uarley unchaneed.
Corn ihndo firmer, itcamer mixed 6J63c;
sail C4G41c: vollow wntiprn Me n.i.
Arm; old western mixed 7375c, new AO
oOjc; white 5254c. Coffee firm, rlo 15(3i
18c. Suear dull, roflnln.. Dl7u vX.T-
dull and lower, mesi 15i15J; prime mesi
161, Ueofaiidcut meuti niilil n,l .n.
changed, middle! dull and hpavv; lone
clear ipot 7J, ihort clerr 7J. Lard weak.
no i to prime steam 7I8; kotllo 8J.
CllICAQO. Dec. t, Vlnilr f.lp .1.-
demand for holdon Arm. "Wheat itcadr
r5eC.UT",$1,09tl . cash,
--v.., uiiuii iui. uanuurv no l. mil.
et and nominal. SI 17.
305c. caih Dec: 30. 39ic Jan 3M.
30c. June. Oati quiet and tlrmnrf
h.!DeC,!n:5(c:..Jn- .dy, and
wu, uiu. uisc. kikwi. uarinv nn nr . n .t
.. ,a..ii,u)uiouju a. January
ltrd quiet and sterdv at Tlo r.
7i bid; "i asked. March. S P nnms 110.1 .
a. cojiuc; omer proauctt quiet, and held
Fruviiiui pnees. urenea hogs Inactive,
few oflerine. nominally 4 7r.. vi.i.i, '
a.eauj- aim saieauie ai esc.
St. Louis, Dec. 5. Flour ouiet an.l
S. of?d-, !Pri"B dull No 2 soft
jr. uu, Tjr mm easier lor
buyers, sample lots sold, No 4, for $1 48
1 60: No 2 SI 8S3U fiC rtllvopn,l
tL. 5" lllX3?3c- .PU quiet
nranu , A1U mi II1IZIH1 llniala 4 nil
nhoico Iowa ipring 90c- Ryo, No 2 C8
COc. Pork dull and unchanged. Dry salt
meat dull, loose ibouldors 3jc; do clear
iiu oil, uagKeu inouionra .Ml n. r.u
pjc clear sides Cjo. Racon dull and nom-
uai, snouiuers Held at 5j0c. Lard
iT V ' ,Pr,mo lcn 'ic seller January.
Uighwines scarce and highor 92c. Cattle
better grades In light supply and firm at
jGc prime to extra. Hogi lower, market
uouiurauzea, xo3 00. Keceipti 16,
New York, Dec. 6. Money active and
cioioai t; coin to 1-32 and Interest. Stor-
weaK ai oi(o)8j long; 1010J short
sight; gold firmer and advanced from 12
to 131; dosing 13 bid; 13, asked; loans
27 for carrying. Clearlniri 32,000,000;
treaiury diibunementi 400,000; govern
ment, in Inreaied demand, with imall of
fering at higher. State securities dull
and steady. Stock! quiet; Oi '81 17: '62
13J; '04 13J; 'C5 13J; new '05 10; '07 171:
'68 16): now Sill: IO-40 Oi- n n. ni.
Mo0s94j. " '
Cuicaqo, Dec. 6. Flour firm. Wheat
?cH,Taand WKheP No pring $1 19
1 20; No 2 $1 09 spoton December; $1 if
January; No 3 SI 00t 02, acaording to
location. Curn is in lair demand; No 2
mixed 30jc spoton December; 31 January
Oats active and advanced, No 2 26c. Rve
rn rioy sieaay, ino. 2
fall 81J65J. ProvUioni qviet; Pork
steady $11 87J cash; $11 76 January.
Lard Heady ij7r cash. Green meats
hold firmlv at Drevinui nrlnA. nn ..i..
WhUkoy 88ln dem andl '
. tvivmiunu, ioc. o- no Doau up or
uown voiay. xno weatber ii clear and
cool. The river ii falling.
Louiiville, Dcc. 6.-Riverfallon eight
Inches in tho past forty-olght hourt; four
cut iwo uicncs in no canal, two reel in tbe
chute. Weattw clear and mild with a
slight mow last night. Arrived and de
parted Charmer from Cincinnati toKvani
ville. MEuruii, Dec. 6 Wcnthor cloudy and
ndlcatlont of rain. River falling stead
Uy. Departed: Rismarck nnd Glasgow,
New Orleans, Fannie Lewit, Vicksbure
n.dianaT,andcl!a, der, Cairo; Tom
Allon, Little Rock.
Cincinnati. Dec. C River 0 foet and 3
inches and railing. Esparanta departed
New Orleans, Doc. 6. Arrived: John
R. Maude, Henry Amct, City of Quincy
and Suiio Silver for St. Louij; flollo Lee,
Mempbii. Departod: Continental, St.
Louli. Weather cloudy and warm.
This houc It newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Spaclal repairers of tine anddlfteult
with Uie Reit
are compounded In tho tnoit approved ityle
tSTConie and &ee for yourself.
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
RE PRES II1EENT TABLES
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"viwvr, Hmuic an am inviini tn n.rtii.
pute free of charge.
OYSTERS 1 OYSTERS I
At WllOlln flMil fulofl I a-J i
. - . , , . k-vmii, Pivn t'Ui ineUs
broiled and baked, raw and on the hair-ohell
nlktT K .M. Mc0inl!W nl.ni..,i I .. ... .'
i - '........lib uii VUIJI-
uiurcini avenue. Uyt
all hourit day or night.
uyaters in every sty.e at
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oiucn uht li e cuun.irv iiti-irimAit
caterer he fias tin nii:il. im.i nnrr.'i. ....
tomem can always be assured of a warm
m mh","?; hour ,f tliB liw or night, that
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...v uiusl IU3UU10U9.
IIYLAND & SAVER,
AND DEALKK8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenui
uuui m mo uyianu taloon.
11.16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIKTT STOCK IN TUE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteen!!! afreet ud Com
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
Ths undent? will furnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOB
Aa Chsap, II mot CJkMBer
I"1 nywood dealer lj Cairo. Leave order
the Poitotllce SS5 it bSS5
T.na.ii.n Commerolal avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo, illlnol 1
up tfesieaeMUre M,d wU,Mrd tt ww,d
URlOtf ' DKKMil SALET.
A0 CULII la
Kiquth Street, Retween Wasuinoto
AND UOMMKBC1AL AVENUEH,
Adjolutna; Bl'.testboaae anil Ilanny'a
Krepjha bent or Bcel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Unit), buaK. etc., -oil are rc Iiarwl lo kti
cltneno in the mom aoceptabta inaaosr,
OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN
MADS TO ORDIB.
Have alto on bud
Fink Stock of Jiwilbt,
Of their own and other MsuutftttUM.
CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS.
SOLID SILVER WARE
Rutcuer and Dealer in all Kinds oi
Corner Nlnetkntu and Poixau sts.,
Ruys and tUughtcrs only tlie best ealtlc
uouh and sheen, aud ii urenarvii in mi it
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thmmaml potituls.
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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
And many unique and attraotm
SILVER PLATED WARE
At prloes that defy competition.
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
And every thing in our line of builne
CALL AND SEE.