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OPR. laTH. STBBBT WAaKIJsro-'TOJsr AVBNUB.
JOtfft H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO; ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1872
mmwm
POLITICAL.
THE PRKSIDKNT HESITATES
TO INTEKFEHE IN TH1J
LOUISIANA MUD-DLE.
THE FUSION LEGISLATURE IN
SESSION.
SECRETARY DELANO GOKS TO
CUBA ON A HEMI-OP.
FICIAL MISSION.
apologizing to the senate ho' was rclcssed
For few minutes excitement wss intense,
nd the federal troops, which -ara t
tioned near the capitol, got under armi
but no necessity for action appearing, the y
dispersed to their qaarters. The senato
authorised the sergeant at artni to
summon a posso of military to guard tho
capital against all federal forces, and ad
journal. The sheriff appeared before the
door of the house, but the sergsnt at armt
refuted admittance to him. The federal
forces and sheriff thta withdrew. Tho
legislature In the court room admitted to
seat a a other person who had, according to
official returns, been defeated by a large
majority.
IW ORLEAKS,
New Orleans, Dec. It. The militia
offlceri having been ordered by acilnit
Governor Pinthback through Adjutant
ALABAMA LKOISLATUR1 AH- General Street, to report toGenerti Long
KESTKD BY THE SUEK1FF.
THEY
TUHN UPON AMD
TUBE HIM.
&a. a r s n ana k nr'Uii iiu wj a. u
CAROLINA ARKESTKDFoH
BRIBERY.
ETC.,
KE-KLECTED
BOSTON.
ETC,
treat the express determination, to obey
no order, but tboie emanating from Gov
OAF- ornor Warmntb, who they still retard e
commander-in-chief of the tnllllia, and
are on duty guarding their armory tonight.
Booth, Dec. 11. In tho Massachusetts
house Mr. Iloyt of Athat, offered the fol
lowing preamble r.nd resolution, which
MAYOR OF rrred to the cotamlttM oa federal
relations:
WHR-.RAS. Chart flumaar. a.ti.t,,.
from Massachusetts, hu bmiummI .n
ETC. tlr of the United States senate, to erme
from the lags of the republic, and from
the remitter of tbe army ell inscriptions,
tnemeotoee and tokens of battlet and -.
trlrs of the Union army in the late war
of the rebellion,
Kseolved. That this ilUmntlnJunHa
the loyal soldiers of the nation, and ih-lr
grand achievement, meets with our
universal condemnation, and merits the
(Reported Especially for the Bulletin.)
WILLIAMS TO MNCIIBACK.
Attornejr General Williams has seat the
" mt w" " g lUBViiiia. vuit iiibH'
The requisition of the legislature trans-
mea oy you is received, whenever It uirprovai ui ine people or tbit common-
omes necessary in the judgement of "",lu ,uu' mitrepres-ntod.
DrMtacni. io nil w 11 D Druiected
J a - l 1 St
fcBLAXO AKD AH0TUEA SYNDICATE.
ashirotoV, ue. II. A prominent
Ueiano goes 10 Cuba on a seml-oal
union, and that the president Is his
bority for the statement that Uoutwell
ran million aouara 01 u ner rnt
rll biMli la . 11..... I..
A fl .
nyta nii, uuiiii cuu(reit lur-
. Assistant bVtcretary Kichsrdson
go to London to superintend the
IK acssiov.
Oaliams, Dec. 11. The fusion
houses. Oen. Buich J. CamDbell Is
. . ml .
Ml nr I ha i.n.ia i . unH....
mw ir oi iuo nouie.
Tl MM miMTBU.
ASBtaoToit, Dec. II. The home
rinting of the testimony taken In
win Da mata. lminmi tfM v ..n ih
,v v... u.
It is inferred from the fact that
luminous testimony bat boon ordered
d, that the inquiry is not at an end,
Is usual when icua ho h..n .li.
by a committee for tho tertlmony
I A1 Mllh lha a ABr aw t . s
a different course has been adopted-
r mv hi tltlOS Ui tin
niWiii EMi nrivani.! tu i hA v.. ....
( on tbe 7th of Jnuiry.
THE 2IRI VtXQ BEKATOR.
lUUlDlB. IDfWlM 1 lltlMI that m I
T w" ' -wi.ei wssww SDH
iU of eleven memben of the Ingii.
ue wai taktjn before lustice.
irienai creeled a dUturbance aid
IIU VVCHDfXJ. lift WBfttfiln sffAitaH
a v svw ftu i ii i i in iwniva nniipj v .
pt, bufwas immediately released
WAR 8LO0F.I.
BtiroTOK, Dec. 11. Senate narsl
! llftatAtf AmHmmA I. . kill -
" " " w.vvurwu tllV Ulll prO
1 1 r ma i iiiiairiii i iiin n. n & n . i
..... ......
but took no action thereon. It It
u noaiu tiiBt iue commiiton wu
end a provision for ten ve.selt in
as provided in tbe bill patted
nxcauiTD.
Intendent of mounted recruiting
has been directed to prepare and
all disposable white recruits to
Nebraska, for assignment to the
a-alry in department of the Platte
tlon of the president, licadouar-
1 - " ' " n
0 . m m ....
..wai-i i wi iiutu ruuaueipuia to
rk city.
COWriaMATIoKH.
nate in eiecutire session to-day
tbe following nominations:
tint sisiaAMl ai a l...t
court of the United States, vice
aunn rmtiern ns vj .1 ns n. t
citory general of the United
IWtJ Ala AA UrHllUW fAI .tnurl I
viimdu r
rs of internal revenue, W. P. W.
Illisin A. bimmons. S mn t
M. Faulke, Daniel W.Munn.
mnninti m .inhn Ua i.H.u
Newton $ collector of internal
Kebreike. F. C. Lord : uiNr
1 MVAfftltA In VASlafl W 11
II . . .
ASSISTS.
day, while tbe capltol leglilature
on. ton laarin Mnnnariifi in ih
said be bad a warrant from
s to take possession of tbe capl-
pontine senate ordered the ser
ms to arrest the sheriff for con
held him In custody forty-eight
giroHioon, Tbssbsrlffdld
rrsst, but ezplalosd that he
Milug uAdar ordeti, u4 sw
Wasiiinotom, Dc. II. Secretary De
lano laid loJay that ho was going South,
under the dlco of bis pliyalclaii, for a
rest and no other reason, and probably
would riilt Havana before bis return.
boston auction.
Bostow, Ue. 10. O uton ws relectod
mayor toxiay by 352 tnnj irity over 11. S.
Pierce. Oattun wtthe candldato of the
Democrats and clilsent, and Pierce was
the nominee of tbe people and labor r
formers. The common council stands
about 40 Republicans to 24 Democrats.
SK.VATO ABRISTID.
Colombia, Dec. lO.-Jobn J. Pattsrsor,
senator elect from South CrJln. hn
twi-n arreitej on a charge of bril
ery.
WAsntKOToM, Dec. 10. Tbe commli-
sioncrs appointed to Inspect the Minnesota
divition of the Northern Pacific railroad,
navu reported in favor of the road, and
recommend Us acceptance. This division
ot tbe road it '218 miles long.
ccxticssial.
Was.ii.ngto.i-, Deo. 11. Tbe conerei.
ttonal ccn.ennil celebmllon comrultteu
held their flrtt meeting to-day. Judge
Kelly, chairman, was instructed to appear
boforo tho committee of appropriation.
ana ask an appropriation for prlnllhi;
ttock and certlHuate. A number of cen
tennial commiiiionors arrived here to
day, from Philade'pbla; they had an in
terview with conj;reimen on the subjscl.
Necesisry aitlttance required of
congres to in.ure .ucce.t to the
propoied International exhibition.
Oen. Vun Buren, United States commi.
sloner to tbe Vienna expontion, and C'Uy
ton Mi-Michael, of Philadelphia, assistant
commistioner, were before tbe committee
on foreign afTtirs to-dny to urge thu pn'
priety o: an Immediate and liberal appm.
ur.no.i oy conRreJt to secure a proper
representation or United Slates product
at Vienna. Secretary Robeson wat pre
slit at tbe meeting and slated tbe navy de
prtment was leady to send two vesielt to
trantport goodt at recommended by tbe
(ireiiuuui.
CASUALTIES.
FIRE
DEATH.
FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL
NEW YORK ON FIUE.
SIXTEEN
IN
PERSONS BURNED
ONE ROOM.
TWENTY-TWO LIVES KNOWN TO
liH LOSl'.
PROPRIETORS SEVERELY OEN
bURKI) FOR ATTEMPTING
TO KEEP TUK F1RK A
hECJUbT.
ETC.,
ETO,
FOREIGN.
DISSOLUTION OF THE NATION-
AL ASSEMBLY DEM A.N D ED.
OAMBETTA SPEAKS WITH FIRE
ANJJ DECISION.
A TERRIBLE OALE.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
imported. Especially for tlio Bullatlu.
DISSOLUTION SKMANDKD.
Pakih, Dec. 11. Pell-Jons for tho dis
solution of the national assembly are
greatly increating. The profocts of
soveral departments wbero tho movement
Is formidable hae been summoned to
Versailles. Members of tho moderate
left favor the dissolution.
The city whs visited by
ATKRaillLB OALK
Yesterday. Several buildings were de
muliibed and others damaged.
IH TIIC ASKMULY.
Vkrsaillk, Dec. II. In thu national
stembly to-day, M Oasconde, cxpretied
hope that the assembly would not dissulve
befora It has Insured complole liberation
to the French territory, Tbe Ueputios ol
the right submitted a proposition allien-
ing Saturday neat, for tbe discussion of
petitions for the dissolution of tho assem
bly. Oambstta thereon atcendod the
tribune and speaking with Are and de
lUlon, supported tbe proposal. He con.
eluded by sejing to the right on behelf
or the left, our irap .tlnnce for discussion
squall yours, Tbe assembly tdop'ed tbe
motion and Used tbe debate for Saturday,
amid profound af Itatlon.
IReported Et):clally for tie Bulletin.
rim. in tuk kiktii avbmuic uotkl.
Nw YoliK, Dec. 10. A Dro broke out
la tbe laundry of the Fifih Avenue hotel
late to-night, and did considerable dumaiie
to the upper stories. Tbe flumes having
passed from tbelr iltming point to the In-
closed ttair-w ay leading to tho servnnts
apartments in the top of tbe building.
Damage to the hotel, about $25,000. There
s great excitement among the guests of
the hotel. Margaret Pagin a servant, whs
fatally burned.
LATER.
The Are at tho Fifth Avenue hotel last
night broke out shortly after seven o'clock
on the ocond floor of thu hotel. Tho stal
cate upon wircli tlie nru itartcd, was one
at the luck of the houtc, leading from thu
aundry and liiierncnt into the the ter
vnnts rooms on the attic floor. Tbe
tn:s ms rapidly up the stairway as
though It were a chimney; there being no
opening from it but at the top and bottom
I ale up the stutr-caso and chirred tb
surrounding. Reaching open space, into
wuicu tbe rooms of tho servants opened
it burst Into its fullest strength. The
a t. . ..... .
mine in meir pasoge aid utile or no
dnmsge until they reached tbe corrider,
the draught driving .them through
tho narrow passsge-way, carrying the
tUrnei quicker, ar.d making them more
destructive at they went, or stiread
over tho entiro extent of the west wing.
Tbe woodwork of tbe I'ooma where ter
vants slop', immediately caught and soon
tbe entire wini; was a
MASS op LUBID FLAMES.
The fire spread so rapidly tbat servants
asleep in rooms at tbe top stalrcaso were
overtaken before assistance cou'd rsacb
tbem.find were completely shut off from tbe
main Dividing,
u. . . ..
4 ituiucn, wnu naa in mo meantime ar
rived, were too late for asslttance.at by this
timo tho apartments of the poor creatures
were
MVULOriCD I VLAMKS.
Shortly aftor one, when it was found a
outnborof persons wore muting, a police
'ifflcor and chief of the flro department.
etfycted an entrance by means of an Iron
ladder to rooms wbero people wore sup
posed to be.
TIIIHTRCK CHARMED CO nrs KB.
They there found the charred and
burned bodies of thirteen persons. Bed-
ling and furnituro wcro strewn about
the rooms, confused with human
'he bodies lay at different pUcec. from
which poor peoplo bad tried to find means
f egreit, som lud endeavored to ct-
uitpotbrodgh windows, ot'uer In effort to
tlnd air bad lallen at the bead of tbo
itairt.
TUB DJDIKS OF TWO WOMEN
Were half concealed under bed in the
outer room, where thoy evidently tried to
shelter themselves from smoke and flame.
When tho firemen nnd police got into the
wing, the floors of this room were sound,
but tbo roof timbers were burned and
had fallen upon tbn floor in n confuted
miM. Heavy beams of the roof bad fal
len upon burned bodlos, severing limbs
and m-jtllallng thej romains horribly.
The bodies were speedily removed to
Uellovue, from whenco, to-day, they will
bo sent to tho morgue. Owing to the
coniution anu excitement tho names of
tbo victims could not be atcortalned.
Up to twenty miautet pstt two
TWENTV-TWO BEAD UODtES
had been recovered, tixteon in one room
aid six in another, which is probably
Mil.
The alarm was first given by ono of the
fomalo servants who ihrleked "Fire 1 1
through tho hallways, awakening guests.
of whom there wuro about flvo hundred in
the hotel.
LVI.VO CLERKS.
Many of the gucits went to the office
and Inquired as to tbo excitement, but
wore iniormed by the clerks tbat there
was only a little Are in tb laundry. This
attempt to keep tbe tiro quiet, so as to
avoid panic, helped to bring about the
terrible result.'
coiryusioN,
When tho guests became cognizant of
their danger, scenes of confusion entued.
Puoplo moved about in apparent distrac
tion. Haggsgo filled tbe ball ways
Smoko wat suffocating, and water drenched
the floor.
A BLOW VLARM.
It wu nearly twelve o'clock before any
one gave the alarm, and a patting police
man hearing of the fire inside, cauted the
fire-engines to come to tbe spot. Tbe fire
by this Urns bad made cnnsiderab.o bead
way. Tbe ladies wore In a wild state of
excitement.' '"V
A rOOR RHVAXT OIRL.
Wsi found on thsi;thW) floor writhing In
gony, ber body frightfujlyiburnod.
TBI SERIRRS of f M RERVAXTS
In tbe upper stories Wsr heartrending
rs five men attsmptsd-to make tbelr way
Sal PUlla tk.m ' I
ww wmw mm imimm
THE EXCITEMENT ODTSIliK
Kept up until two o'clock, when tho fire
was about extinguished.
THE HER ALT EDITORIALLY BAT:
It is stated that crots carelessness was an.
IN I parent In the condition of the warmlne
appsratns, and tbat thsre was too
much anxiety to keep the flr, a tecrot and
too little effort made to tnve tho unfort
unate girls. The wholo subloct will bo
doubt be thoroughly Investigated.
TUR LOSSES
Are estimated at from 91 80,000, to 160.-
000.
There are various Statements rs to tbe
ORIOIN Ol TOR TIRE.
One says it caught fire by tbo bursting of
r steam pipe In tho laundry.
Some seventy or eighty servants alto-
ETC. I Kelner wer awaaeneaon mo lop uoor ana
hurried down stairs. Their clothing was
utterly ruined1-- t
Of tbo hotel furnituro worth about four
hundred thousand dollars, fully one-fourth
is utterly ruined.
Tbe bouse Is owned by A. It. Eno, but
leased to Darling, Oriiwold & Co.
A HAD I10USE.
New Tork, Dev. 11. Tho building
was so slightly constructed tbat waur
went through the floor at through a sieve.
LAKOK CROWDS.
R'ch and poor gathered at tbo morgue
this morning to ascertain tbe namei of ptr.
sons taken tbnre from the Fifth Avenue
fire.
ELEVEN BODIES
Are already at the morgue. Only two, so
far, aro recognisable, tbo othun being
burned almost to a crisp. Tho two tire
Mary McCabo and Mary Pagan, iolU ser
vant! .
STATEMENT OY A SERVANT.
Mary Ileaney, one of tho servants, it at
Belivue. She ttates, that when tie alarm
of fire was given she knocked it nearly
all the doors of tbo other servalts. She
then tried to get down stars buttle smoko
and flames drove her back, wten, with
Mary Turney und Bridjvt Cirts, she
broke open tbe sky-light and g.t on the
roof, and remained there till th firemen
recovered tbem. She will recovir.
OR RAT AOONY.
The bodies at the morgue bavi tbe ap
pearance of having tuffercd greit tigony
ORRAT CONTUSION.
There Is great confusion at the Fifth
Avenue hotel. One proprietor denies that
there was any delay In giving tho alarm.
HOW MANY ?
Accounts of tbe number burned are
conflicting. It is stated at the betel office
that only II persons are buraed, and
these all female servants.
CAVED.
Boston, Dsc. II Parsons & Co's,
wharf, Eat Gloucester, caved in yester
day, carrying with it about 10,000 hogs
heads of salt valued at S20.00U. Tho
wharf was damaged to the extent of
$8,000 to $10,000.
a lost snir.
ITolntslligcnce from the mining vetsel
Scanderia. It Is feared that sbo has foun
dered and gone down.
KILLED BT A CAVINO BANK.
BtNOU amftuN, N. Y, Dec. 11. Alex
Donaldson, Ueo. Bjntly and a man named
Kelly, laborers on tbe Albany and Sui
quebannab railroad, were killed to-day by
tbe caving of a gravel pit ut O.born hoi
ow.
FALL OF A SCAT rOLD.
Cuicaoo, Dec. 11. By the falling of
a scaffold at the new Turnrr hall, NuKd
Clark street, this noon, three men were
precipitated a distance of forty feet. One
received fatal injuries.
HEARD FROM.
Information has been received hero that
F. M. Winslow, the defaulting president
of tbo Scandinavian bunk, is in China.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY.
-lmlf per cent, shall to pMJ tocollec
wrs receiving tho tax on all spirits pro-
ley nulot. No 2 AMp. Inl .11 .,
II 60.' Lard 1,1 fair demand Vd.d.
EXCITING MEETING
NEW YORK HA It
SOCIATION.
OF
AS-
THE
auk awi.NULKIJ ITALIANS IN A
siAl(Vl U CONDITION.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TO BE BUILT.
RAILWAY
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
sui I ran Kdmiiilon of tho Porfr statue.
W lich will l,.j roKardel ut a nrocedent fo
io importation ol other articles of Ilk
character.
The houi resolution for a hnlld iv rcceit
came up, and Wintnr made an effort to
shorten it by ainendments, hut It wu
pasted in lis original thnpo. Adjourned.
HOUSE.
On motion of Mr. ShellaUrcr ilm to
dlciary commtttna
ori what powers congress ih wrested tI
ruguia.D commoruj among th'i iUIm m re
garut oppronivo charges bv railroad.
. . . . - 1
ner which Win vontidemt on of th..
bounty ,.ml bill was reiunicd. The hill
wentovorat thonxniration r tho ninrti
ing hour, nnd then went over till to-inor
row.
m i t- . ...
itiorreneli ipolialion was portnoned.
and thu boutu then went into commllloo
or tho whole. Dawea nn-.l.lin If. sfl (tin
Indiiin appropriation bill. Thuuiual un
IRiportod BipeclallJs for tlio Bulletin.
tub commercial convention.
St. Louis, Nov. II Thu national com.
mercial convention, met at tho mercantile
library hall to-day, and after hearing an
jurers oi welcome by Mayor Brown, nn
Introductory address was mado by Hon.
inos. Allen, and tho usual business com-
mittees wcro appointed. Adjourned till
to-morrow morning, to elve delayed dele
gations an opportunity to arrive. Mayor nu"' ,btn on lulian policy ol tbe gov-
Brown stated to the members, that owing nbrurdlty of imikltiguiid con-
to tho provulling bono diseute it would u ,ui" treaties wllh IndiaiH, nndlliu pot-
sioimy or civiliz.rg thu Indian, look
placo and was partiVIiiuli'd by Menri
Sargent, (.urU-ld. Beck, Nlhluek, Connor
ana hhanke
Tt... ......!..... , . .
-..u uuiiiiiM.i.u roru nnu renorilU tne
bill to the hou-e, when it patied. Yi n
III ; nays 41
xnu noiiro non-concurrnd in tho senate
amendment tn houio hill for tho removal
of lunkon wrevka off Smdv lln.L-
Conuni'.teo adjourned.
be impoitlMu toijive them a ride around
the city and to tbo suburbs, as was con.
....... t .... .i , ... , ...
ujiiB.ru, vui a uanquct wouiu be given
lem to-morrow night at tho Southern
V . ...
ii, ana tbeir stay hero would bo made
liSj.taHtai possible.
ho
at)
HORSE DISEASE.
SPREADING RAPIDLY
LOUIS.
IN ST.
FORTY DEATHS OCCURRED
YESTERDAY.
IT HAS REACHED YANCTON, DA
COTA.
Reported Especially foi the Cairo Bulletin.
or. aouib, amc. ii. uorto disease still
spreading here and has suddenly msucraed
r more malignant form. Some 60 deaths
occurred to-day, and much alarm pnivalls
among horse owners. Large numbers of
nxen aro urriving in tbo city, and being
put to work moving various kinds of pro
perty. Yankton, Da., Dec. 11. Throcfourths
of the hones here are affected with tlio
epizootic, and one stsge per week will be
run to Ft. Randall with oxen.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, Dec. 11. In tbo North
west and thence to tbe uppor lakes south
erly winds, cloudy weather, high but di
minishing pressures and slowly decreasing
tomperature, extending to the Ohio valley.
In the Ohio valley and thence to tbe gulf
northerly to westerly winds, clearing und
clear weather, with low temperature and
blgfr barometer. In tbo South Atlantlo
states northwesterly winds, cloudy weather
and light rain. In the lowr lake region
and tt. Lawrenco valley northerly wladt,
cold and clear westhr. In tbe Middle
and Saltern itatti northerly nnd north,
easterly winds, low temperature, high bs.
resssisr aad eesailesal srow oa H.beard
CENTENNIAL commission.
Philadelphia, Dec. II At the ses
sion of tbo contennial commitsion yester
day a resolution wot udoptud to thu effect
that it bo theepecial duty of the executive
committee during tbe recess of this com
motion, to utu all their efforts to Inform
tho people of tho intention and purpose
of this commitsion, and to call upon them
lor patriotic co-operation.
NEW YOKE BAR AtSOClATlON.
New Youk, Dec. 10,-An exiting
meeting or tbu bar association took plav
to-night. Wm, M. Evarts presided.
resolution wat patted that active measures
should bo taketi to obtain legislation for
miking judicial officers appointive, in
stead of elective. Tbe question of the
impeachment and expulsion of Duvid
Dudley Field, came up, when he made a
speech declaring that Barlow, Stickney,
Pei kham and Carter, had long been bis
personal enemies, and that, es hn could
prove the corrupt practices on tbicr part
they were not men to sit in Judgment on
bim. Aitlon postponed till Thuitday,
THE WRE1CUSI) TWEID.
!xw xork, Drc. II. A motion to
quash an indictment against Tweed ws
denied by Judge Ingrsbam.
THE SWINDLED ITALIANS.
Hew York, Deo. II. Tho swindled
Italians at Cartle Garden urostarving and
woolly uettiluloj tho people uro of tho
lower clan. It appear! that printed hand
bills have beon circulated till over Italy
aeiciibing Amerttn ns u country of labu
lout wealth. Many of them do not know
whether they are In New York or Buenos
Ayrei. Acting on tho report of Italian of-
liclals at Castle Garden, the commissioners
ot charities and corrections h.vo com inn
nicaled with the secretary of state r. queu
ing hi Itumcdiato official action iu the
niatter.
CANADIAN PACIFIC.
Toro.t.i, Dec. II. Arrangements are
complete for tbo or.unlxilion if a com
pany to build tho Canadian Pacific railroad.
MARKET REPORT.
11, l'JilO a. in Flour
New Youk. LW
TRIAL COMMENCED.
Baltimore, D,c 11. Tho trial olt
Collector of Internal RovenuoSianlev for
embezzlement of public money began today.
WEATHER.
Auousta, Ga., Dec. 11. From tbrco to
four inches of snow tell hero last night.
being thu heaviest fall in this section for
many iears.
dull. Wheat quint und rleady $1 6e:
I UoCal 80. Corn .Itnoy t)l.
quiet 4U(aJjc. JlecelMtt Uour lO.uoo:
iu.vvr, coin 4.UU"; oats 10,ilW.
ilers pork quiet OJigiiJ 60. Lardsliudy
frapc; qualalloiis iioniilial. WhitLcv
in... i. ....... ..... i n.. -
CUICAUO. DC. 11. L.tllr..rrint I OT.'..
thu yards are lull with no hujer.; market
hi. win, uowiiwaru leiiuemy, reW sel.ing;
t 8.jJ 7o for fair to good rhippirii;:
est 0j butchers $-J SOQi 6i iVu hog,.
. " i to, jjj uoout ixu cr
i siotK in arrive; oUioiul yesterday 10,144;
market dull, about luc lower; extreme
range $: 70t; p.,ckors paying $3 8i).
3 'J , prinuij ail , lu.i.lu prici s.
nsw lohK, lleo. II, ll!::tJ pm.-GoM
K't; U S 0 of '81 lijl I; coupons 17
(ali; l-Mti.VVl Vi; Uo til 3; do 'Co Us
(ilJ3t; do '03 new issue lojr.eloj; do 'til
loJOjjICj; do '08 coupons lUiCi)1UA; lMu.
nllj.i ll. . nini ,v - ...
--j uioin iiai jy, cuireucy ut Hi:
leriiiigeE 81luj; new fit 10jfIU.
N ew l ohk, Duo ll.-Mor.ey Urni, 7 Ui
vuiii. oiwk. tirong ana quiet. (Jod
steady, l2jllsj. Governments dull
and quiet; stniu bonds verv firm; Western
Union 781: Pacific 7H;" Ail.m. Kr u.
t.irgo8il; America 07 j; US 811; N Y C
UO; Knu 0:)J; preferrrd 7:'; l) p ;i73;
Lake Shore ulj; Pituhurg 87; N W 87;
P'd Ul; ( ok I.IhmiI Si P-,,l Ml.
tul.asu il j; ptd 83; Ft Wayne I;J; O it
M 471: Dl A: Laek 4l; Hart JU HI.
T n . I ...I ... t. r. ... . .... '
ru.rni ooj 11 IX Ol J
Cincinnati. Dec. ll Fi,tr n nn $7 F(
7 75. Grain unchanged. Col ton tirm,
middling IOj- WhUkey (Inn SSi-. Pork
unchanged. Bulk meal firmer, thoulders
:ie; clear rib ftJQ'jr; clear 5Jc. Bacon
Uiiehall-'ed. Greull meats tlrio und on.
chmirod. Hog. tirm $3 70(313 03: receints
l-,3u7. Lard tirm undliungtnl.
Oiiicaqo, Djc. II. Flour stoadv. de-
maiid moderalo nnd unchamred. Vlnt
toady and moderately aetivo ut $1 11.
1 11 t".ll Dmemher; $1 l: 'i J,,,,.
uar; nominal $1 lit Februarv. C.irn
steady, demand modHrnto Ul ca.li Decem
ber, dll ,laiiuar; 311 Fehruurv: nnnil.
Bulk
bellies
loose
meals quiet,
loose tije.
diced after thu oflko of aaSor thall ce.te, ! v"ncod '' spot. Oreen hams
according ft this bill. . ?f ' Jnlr demand 0J(S7fl accord.
AT CT l uftiw .Morrill of Vermonl r-.v,. il f . ' ."T, " 7r"' .Kr. .r"uKn SlUfS
- -. v.waw. . -"' uiu lur iiKnl.
ouuon to reconnuor tho voto authorizinir i shoulders boied t
Whikov steadv 9p.
,Ti V,"HK' D"-'' ' UT KIour Crtn. 'tber
more doing, tuper winter S shoo 30
common to good 0 007 U5; d ui
clmlcn7 l(X5,o 8J; while wheat a"$7 90
i" , " hikey ami at 95c. Wheat
very dull and lower, No U Chlr.go spring
31 Co I 60. p.y frfm. u.rl-r un
C'irii tinner, steamer mixed
M&OOej (, C0e; yellow western 071c.
Oat. Miade drrnor t,lth better Inqulrv, old
weitern mixed trtMZ&r.- h.u'iio
whit whin. 52. (joffee fl.nd
'"Sour, mi,
qm-t, r-iflnlntf
iinehangi'd, Uft.f
ISll8c.
unchnugi'd,
Suirar
Pork
middles
.. , " . . "'n.nunt, llllUQiei
tirm, long and thort clear January 7lc
loi.g clear spot 7Jc. Lard Arm, No I to!
prime Honm 7JSr; kettle 88lc.
..... ,,r-r anu urm at 7 per cent, to
I'lo.lnL'nt 7. Coin iM.lln .... .
8 Ioiil'j 50J fhort l.hi. r:.i.i .
opened nt li'J; advanced ta j; closed i&i'.
Loans 1.3'j Vor cent, for carrying tnia
fl it to I -.12 for tine. CM... o !?,. iwvr.
Treasury tlirhuwempnts lfi'J.OOO. Govean
ini'tlts about 4 hnttitr l.i.t ... .....
chaied by th tntavirv. Stale securities
strong on ten, otherwise dull.
RIVER NEWS.
'eaaill'MrttiSklSr..
rBrglluumaJiataiJp.CT. ic u, jwri
fAbvi-e
ST.MfO.N.
Si. Paul
rurt llenln..
Unuha
I avenpor! .
Leavenworth
lvcukuk
Cairo ..
St. Luui. j
uuburg '4
uvu t uiuii .... ..
itindard'
uuiiia..
:a.i:
ter
ft ln
STATIO.NS.
ineiniuii
Louuvilk,,.,
Membhit. ..
VicklUirc
Mircvcpuft ....
.ainvio,...M,
I'octbmiUi. i.
I.iulc Kock ...
ILtcoce, .....
Ab'i
lo
water.
ft il
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CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
A bill passed to free of duty, tbo itatuo
to commemorate thu services of tbu sailors
who fell in tho late war,
Mr. Hitchcock introduced a bill for the
rjtnoval to thu Indian territory, of certuin
ludians in Nebraska.
Bills Wero pat9od placing colored per
sons who enlisted in the army, on thu same
footing as other soldiers at to bounty
land; authorizing the setilumuiil of the
claims of thu estatu ef thu Into Admiral
Duhlgreen ; edtubllshing an aiiay office at
Helena, Montana.
When Sumner's supplementary civil-
rights bill was reached on the calendar,
Mr. Carpenter of Wisconsin, in thu cliiir,
looking at Mr. Bayard, akud : "Doos the
senator from Delowaru object? '
Bayurd 1 will, ifihusouatu detlrcs it,
but I did not say to. Laughter
Carpenter Clio chair understood tho
tenator to ulject.
Bayard I did not.
Sumner 1 think there it no objection.
Mr. Morrill ol Mulno objected, und lbs
bill wat laid ovor.
Mr. Sherman, from the finance ;ommlt-
tee, reported n bouse bill for tho reduc
tion of officers and expense of tbo internal
revenue bureau, with amendments provid
ing tbat tbo offices of aitessor and uuii-
tant shall ceate to cxltt at such liniot in
distrhti respectively, at tho commissioner
internal rovenuo may Und practicable,
prior to July 1, 1873, authorizing the ap
pointment of tweniy.fi.vo additional
agents till July, , 1873, in addition to
those provided fur In tho existing law, and
amending tho present law so ai to provide
lallv ;il Mnv. Uats nuiet at ''Mr3i'2.M..
cnni iy.H'iiiiour, nju January. Kyiotong.
iihi.i.. un-, iiarii v tieauv, lair UtimaMi
I ()U)W,t;e. Provi.ioiit auiel: tiorit il nil.
ifl'orf.1 iV2 March: nominal tl: :u o.lo
$11 41 January. Lard steady at 7 1-ltic
"'; i l-loc.laituary, hoihioxl 7Ju March.
i V hams firmly heil t tilrna? l.lffe: .
I erago 7j7 1-lSj nvuragu 0J(1 1-tck", av-
nraKH u i.su. tuner ureeti meats
quiet and nomiliiilly unchanged. .Meals
alt held ut 3ju lonj; elear; S rlln file; 8
clear 0V; all l.o.m boxed lino; joahovn
looae dressed. Hon quiet, St OU. Wills,
key steady, tuleablo R9c.
St. Lout, Dec, 11. Flour dull and un
changed. Whuat ihuru is nothing doing.
Corn amall, wurchou.u lute 33j. U.tts dull;
2ic for trin.lt mid wurohouse. Kyu quiet
at One, Barluy tlliehaiigeJ, Iowa spring
7u79o. Wlii.ky Urm ul U.'c. Pork In
oruer lot dry salt quiet, imull faili
lots $4 00J. Bacon nothing doing. Lard
in good demand, future market Urm, and
lu 'J.Ouu tiurces, prititi-; part lu n, and
pari up tho country 7c. Hot; Urm at
3 0U(o)l HO.
&kw iiui.EANs, U!C it. Ho arrivals
or Ui-lHrtUioi. Iti-cvioln I'lHtiin 0.111.
Flour lair, iliirhi X j'i; dOubht X jil 'itr.
low trehlo uoo.l ji or-; choice $8 7o
'; choti'O extra i't 'Jolu 6'). Corn In
kiood diiuiud; mixed u:ir; whito 08c.
Gait in fair dumawl; 4&lic. Hay
tcirci; iirlnio SiH; choico $33.
Bran in fair ilmiiand at St 'Jl.
Pork dull nt $13 2j: Imcon quiet, llubt de-
maml oJ3Jth'; clear 10c; hums dull at
I0tf,l8i'. Coitoii itrom:. mlddlinc 101c.
Sterling 21; rit-lit j discount.
l.Mglll i.cpon.j
St. Louis, D.c. 11. Flour dull, nomln-
oily uiichaiiged. Wheat, buyers nnd tell
er uro iipart, butines. small, No 3 red fall
$1 Uil OS; corn quiet and unchanged,
.No i nuxoa Jni':; no white mixed
:13c. Gala Inaciivu mid unchanged. No 1
mixed 'ZoGWA. Barl'jh dull and un-
chuiioeii. iiyu.is in Hunt demtud, on
talrt: Pork dull, nominal $ii .S; dry
tail meat dull and unchanged; bacon, very
little out oiimoke, demand llahi, no taies-
Lrd unchanged, tales, prime steam at tn.
Joe. toller on llumonth 7o. CptTeoacilvo,
rio lOGiTUn in small way nigner. augur
vuiut,Xuui.iaiia Pt I J. Uighwines steady
and firm 'J-c. Citllo unchanyod 3ac
fa r to ux r i. Hog' steady, g od to ch ucn
packing lots S3 6i3 78, reueipti 10,000.
OuioAOn, Dec. II. Flour tteady.
Wheat quiet, weak and lower. No 1 spring
SI I'll: No 21 lit spot; 91 l. January;
Ha a SI 001(3.1 01. Corn firm No 1
.nixed 31(7.311) spoil 81 lo January. Oats
quiet and a shade lower, Mo 3 2SlftJo.
t below hljh water. "
TliO.WAI L. WATSO.V.
, . Obierver Sl, i. U.S.A.
Sr. Louis, Dec. ll.-No arrival, or
panures. ll.vcr fi,1. ,nd lull of ice,
but a harbor business fs still done with
but Iitlo Inlerruptiun. Weather mild
with indications ol anow.
R.VAxaviLLR.D:. It. Snow an inch
deep l,t night. Weather cer ,nd cold
to-uay. B,ver rising slowly, wercurv 35
to J4 Port iiu up : Eddy vll, al -3
m., Arkansas Belle, 4; Leclalre, 0. Down:
1 urate, n, 7 a.m ; Mary Amert, -J:S0 p.m ;
llubin and barge, 4; u. . Uurj
generally well laden. Butinets active
Vicksuuku, Dee. M.-Djwn.-Parifo'ud,
Glasgow, Carrie V. Kountz. NotbiiTg up
lailiiiy Wutber clwUdJr "nd ewoli r
CiNctvKATi. Ouio, Doc. Il.-Riferten
Inches and it Tailing. Arlington departed
for Memphis, and Ashland for Arkantas
river. Weather moderating and cloud v.
Nashville, Dec. ll.-Kiver falling
very slowly; Jhrt S. Brontford arrived
....... au.sviutj ana reports two test o
JUrpeih shoalt. Weather cloudy, sooi
wwmrm issA)tla
LoUlsviLLE. Dec. II Til... .1.1
lowly uith 4 feet 0 Inches in the canaf.
a leet C inches In the chute. Weather
c.oudy, cold and m.-deratlng, merenrv
JO to 30. Considerable ich In the harbor
to-day. Airived: Armadillo, Cincinnati;
m W Means and barges, Irnnloo.
aj-omu ; nrmauuio, new Urleans; Mai
lie Kaiinn, Cincinnati.
Meuphis, Dec. M Arrived: City of
tairotrom NewOrleam; John KvleC.iro
Mary McDonald St. Louis. Departed:
Bclfat and Local '.ender 'New Orleans
Udy Lie and W J Lewis Vicksbu-E-Utah
St. Louit. Six inch ...nr. 1..!'
water, four and a half feet to Cairo.
PlTTMlURO, Dc. 11 Mononcahnl.
stationary. 4 feet scant. Weather cold;
river rlntid hy Ice.
R
snow
PBOPUSALS.
Scaled proponls will be received st the City
Clerk' iittluu until 71 11 in ,.r k'.i.i.. .1.
day of December, A. D., 1872. for furoiliing
the u.uterhiN onloiiiK the work, or both. Tor
the recon.truction or renewal ot the follow
fUKdcKcribcd sldewulkt, viz.: On tlie f.uth
side of Nineteenth mreet Ironi l'oplsr lreet
to Commercial uicmie ; on the w rtlt sldo of
'I Wentletb treet lhm Ohio levee to Walnut
Htrcet: 011 the 1.0 11 lit of 'l'ii. il.it. wr
from Olilo levee to Washington avenue; on
both tilde of I'onlur atreet irmn K'lt.ia,....!.
ktreetto Divialou ntrcet; on the south side
ot Dhblouatreet; and on uorth side of Cen
tre Direct.
Sultl itropoaula ahaUlin dlrecUd to the City
Couiieil, unit will be openrd ut ajolutajeet
Inx of thu Council at tiiv time abote named.
All iiropo.al (hull be made in accordance
wllh the prut Moil, requirements and sped
UYatiun ot ordiuaiieu No. 32, approved 8 D
temherltl, A.D., 1872, which ordinance Is
novvoii die In my offlce, subject to eximlna
lion at any lime.
'i'liu city re.urvcs tho right to reject any
or all bid,
, , M. J. UowtRV,
Cairo, III., Dec. 0, 1872. city Cle:k.
12-.-illUt
ELECTION NOTICE.
Mayor's Office,
for all, Tbo additional commitsion of j Jye trm and scarce, No U ltj. Bar.
Cairo, III., December t),
Public notice it herebv ir4v.ii tliut -.
tlou will be held
ON TUESDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF JANUARY
A. 1). 1873,
In the city of Cairo, iu the State or Hllnoln,
lor the puri'osu of di'lermining the question
a to whelher said city of Cairo Jialluecoms
iuvorporaied under tbe act of the general
uxaemhly ot thU alutc, entitled An act to
rolde lor the iiicorporutlon of cities and
t illages," approved April loth, 1872, In force
July Ut. Iti2; and aii, at tbe samo tlRse
theru will be ubuiltled tor adoption ur rejec
tion, thu que.ition ot "minority represeuta
tion " iu the city council, or lerUUtlve au
thoiity ol Ktld city.
For thupuivuse or said election, said city
of Cairo Inu beeu divided Into two election
district, thu one or which compries ail the
teriltory tn t-uid city, south aud ft or tbe
renter linu of 'I'welltlt street extended to the
Ohln unit Mississippi livers, and tho place of
otiuK, Iu kttlil Ul.u let. will be tbe Houj(b and
lteaily eii(,'lne.ionil the other dUtl let com
priM' ull the lerritory iu kaidclty, north and
went or Mill line exieuueu at uiorutsiu, anu
the pUcu of toting tberelu will be the court
houc. By order ol tho el'y council.
John M. Lansdek, Mayor.
Cairo Dally Sun' aud 'Caiio Gazette,'
pleaau copy. 12-u-dtd.
IDLEW1LD MILLsS
Corner Twenty-second street
Levee.
and Ohio
SUPEUIOIi STEAM DKIKD CORK
MEAL
Always on hand, and at the lowest Burfce
price. Alto a good arUUe of
OOW PHBD,
Very cheap. Leave orders at HA1XIDAV
BltOTIIEJrU, or apply at tto uS. ,
10-A-dU.
.1 s
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