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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV,
THE CREDIT MOBILIERlNVES
TIUATION TO BEGIN
COLORADO ASKS ADMISSION
AS A STATE.
PL AN FOR THE SETTLEMENT
OP THE ALABAMA DIFFICULTIES.
XflE PRESIDENT RECOGNIZES
AN ORDER FROM THE EIGHTH
DISTRICT COURT FOR
HE REFUSES TO RECOGNIZE TOE
AUTHORITY OF THE CUUKT,
AMD SIGNS A BILL ABOLISHING
(Reported Especially foi the Cairo Bulletin.)
Waihinoton, Doc. 12 Tho Credit
Moblller investigation will begin with
eluied doors, to-morrow. Speaker Blaine
Will probab'y be.lbu first wilno-s exam
lied. Oaket Atnai will alto be preterit.
Subpoenal wilt be itiued fur Col. McComb
and ex-Reprelsntetlve Jubn Ballly of
Matiachutelli, tbe latter, at the request
if Mr. Amu. J. N. a Williams of
Bolton, on of the director! of the Union
Pacific railroad, ll alio in town and may
appear before the committee. Tbn com
mute intend to make the investigation at
I peed y and complete at ponible. Con
iiderable comment and criticism ii elicited
by many of the committee fur making
till investigation secret. Home of tboie
charged with being bribed are tnuru
anxious to have th? door open.
COLORADO K1CK1NO AT TtlB DOOR.
The committee on territories will to-
Burrow take up provision to admit Color
ado as a state, or, that failing, to enlarge
the territory by coniulidation with it of
tttm Mull .nil Imim.l.fiP nipt tT
Wyoming. Ibe project contemplate. ul
I ni.la w in rtiatv-irititlitn nt Ilia Iktlnp !Pf.
f-- J!..I-. . t I 1 - . - .it Tl,..
iui miLinrL mrr iiiiriBi urvBiuaiiiiiu. .a uu
a r . t .
w.nniy in xnvor 01 me p.n, anu u
t. n . . . i t a i . .
ucctii than thitt fur tho Admission of Col
rmuu Lij Liifi a i inn . i. i -i urvMii an ili u um
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Titraioe. ia no. oror ten luouiana, km uj
uivu wtj iu uuiq inuvtK'ii wt-
r Ktirl Una nf thn TInInn IVniflti full
QOOD VUR AT. LOUIft.
Tb bouio cumtnitUo on public build
ngi na ground io-uy uec.uea 10 re.
I . .-:
Vim oit. of thn nrtinind npur fuilrl
Ll 111 111 IT ML nt.. 1 a4 J 1 1 K LU f.llU.UUU MI1U U A
lie limit at $4,000,000.
MlW YoRK, Dec. 13. Washington die-
bat the renretentativ of a syndicate of
jnJtd loan fur cutnmiisiun of two and
. . 1.-1 l.ulr,. I lia i
re ul expense.
1 I U.. nn,,n Iin i.nm rrilf tun
- M u In .ofoounn.. in thu li tall eat total.
M , ... r
Waiiiixotox, Doc. VI plan of tho
Hamiuv oaiiapiiI'i wilh th. nnrovftl of thn
,i . i . .lit
nuiiiu. in AUbMiuK. uv ma resignation
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ne ov voie at memuar. eievicu irum tun-
"Wasuihuton, Doc. li The vlco-prcii-
- s a . . AH.. mil linn, ii'hainunp nua
...ll .J B,..nAi,ltH.. 1,1. Ii.i lin All.
tor of thn Hew York Tribuue.
Wahuikoton, Due. 12. The attorney
aaiwiaa BBtaiiE tu i a aiaMuievn wa a v m t
liana, lent him tbe following dlipatcb ;
ILet tt be undentood you aro recognised
nit that boJv miemblud hI MnphHiilo'i In-
tltute ii the lawful leuiilaturt). It ii lug-
a t wi l ta I. viiu in m u m aa iiniMiurnuiirtn if i
bat vflect. and alio that all riccn.arv aid
herein organised to protect the Hate from
Uurdtr aud violence.
"WaIIUcoto, Dec. 13. Tho lenato in
lecutive teuton to-day contlrmod tbe fol-
I .t . ... 1 , , L3 . V.
WIUK UUUIIUIIIUUli MUB. AAi WIT. UVUIU
iuiiiib. nil a ii b.ii Hti uium v biiu iiiiiiis-
bite, iiiiooii. mtniiur reiiuent to Ar-
inline Republic ; J. 0. Rfdfleld, receiver
f public raoaiei at Wlncbeiter, Kamai ;
uj. o. tfenama, rrgiaier, vriaenriier,
.n...f -la. k. BflnanLiuriHrir Mnarai
f Hew Mealco II, 8, Htruvt, leoretiry of
aaUitoi. Urrltery poitauiun, Cj-
per C. Yo., Omaha i U. 0. Crowtl er,
Oiege Ml-iion, KanMi; Louli En
gland, Canton, Miitour.t P. Bloufour,
Wcilon, Mlii .uri; Jobn T. Yotfng, Mo
Jfly, Mu.ourl; J Hoodj Manhall, MU
lourl ; J. II Campbell, Lie Summit, Mil
ourl; E. D. Cunnlngbatn, Olaigow, Mil
muri.; Jot. R. Woodford, Moiiero, Mil
ouri; E. 0. Law, Larygno, Kamai; J.
Martin, Council Orove, Kamai.
VIKITOM AT TUB WHITB U0Utt.
Waiuimotok, Dec. Ii. A very large
crowd of vlillori were at tbe white liou.e
during tbe day, including a nntnber of
iiinatori and Hcpublloni. Among the
former were Sherman, Pratt, tlatnlin, Lo
gan, Amti, Pumeruy, Rubertaon, Spence
Oov. elect llartranft, wai alio among
Tho icaate committee on naval affair,
bald another meetiag on houie bill, author
liing tbee-matructlon'of lix new iloopi,
and it ii believed the committee will
amend tbe bill accordingly. A subcom
mittee, coniliting of Cragin and Morrill
of Maine wai appointed to prepare an
amendment and report to-morrow.
AM OROR roR fI.NCHAC.' ARREST.
NW URLRAMa, Dm. Ii. Tho Eighth
district court itiued an order fur the arrest
of Pincbback for contempt. Pinchbeck
refuted to recognito tho authority and was
protected by deputy United Statei mar
hell. Mo attempt wai made to use force
in thpeiecution of the order of the court.
Pinchbeck ilgned an act psited yrtterday,
abolishing tho Eighth district court. Clin
ton, the new state auditor, wai installed
in oOce to-dsy.
Waiuimotok, Dec. 12. The president
returned this morning.
The supreme court-room wat crowded
tJty,nt fir burin.; of the Louisiana
case. Ugden, l'htllips, Cutbing and Car
penter, participated in tho nrgutnent
DEATH OF EDWIN FORREST.
ARRIVAL OF MORE ITALIAN
PROCEEDINGS OP Til V. COMMER
A report wn adoptnd asking congress to
legislate in favor of a ship canal at Port
8: Philip, mouth of the MlvUtipi river;
for a canal around Niagara falls on the
American side; aal V canal to, connect
Tennetieo river and Coosa river In Oeorgta,
fio Utter of which will afford shorter,
more rellablo and cheanor transportation
from the valley of tho -Mississippi to tho
esbuard than anjr route now eiistlng.
Tho report of tho committee on forests
wai adopted, requeuing congreia to
amend tho act relating to soldier.' and
sillors' homesteads, to tho effect that all
person entitled to homesteads who thall
cuttivato ft acres, thall enter tho tamo and
recuivo tho patent tberoforo.
Resolution! were adopted urging tbo
legislatures to pari penal lawi for the pun
ishment of tboo who isiuo spurious ware
house receipt!, and to raako warehouse re
ceipt! negotiable llko other commercial
The report of Iho committee on govern
tnent T'eulallon of -railroad freight! wai
adopted, urging congro'i to rrfi-rve in all
future grant! of charter! or aid, tho right
to regulate frolglit and pauenger tariffs-
TnE FIFTH AVENUE FIRE.
OPINIONS OF TIIF FIRE OF-FICIALS.
TnEIR VERDICT NOT VERY
FAVOR MILK TO THE
A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION
CALLED FOR BY THE
DEATH or KtiWl.y KoKKEST.
PiiiLADKLriiu, Doc. 12. EJwin For
rest, tragedean, fell (lead this mon.ing
while dre-sing, at 'his residence, North
WIIKHC HE DIED.
Mr. Forest's servunts repaired to bis
room before 10 o'clock this morning, hi it
w.i later than his usual hour for coraiiii:
down. They found him lying on tbe bed
SUrrtHINO FROM AToPLKX Y.
Mr. Forest had been exercising with
dumb belli, and hud evidently nearly coin,
pletwd drenting, having been adjusting his
nncktie when overpowered, lie ditd in
about hklf an bonr after being diicovered.
lie loaves no immediato relativp, his only
tister having died soviral yean ago.
New York. Deo. Ii The funeral ofS
N. Pike took placo tonl.y from his resi
dence, 0IU Fifth Avonue. Among the
mourners were Win. Orton, Sheridan
Shook, Jarrnt, Palmar, and other mem
bers of the theatrical profession.
New York, Dec. 12. Four hundred
and thirty Italian emigrants, mostly from
luwer claises in Saulkurn, Italy, landed at
Cattle Ui.ruon to-duy. They statu tlmt
nearly ono Ihousat.d of their. ountrymen
tie .waiting transportation to thiscuuntry.
They buve but little money or baggage.
St. Louis, Dec. 12, Tho National
Commercial convention met again this
morning, and llenjmin E. CrMno of
Ouorgia, was elected permitnunt president,
with a vice president from each state
represented. A committee of seven was
appointed on each subject to bo considered
by lbi convention. A resolution was
adopted forming a committee of live, to
constdor tbo expediency of consolidation
with tho national board of trade.
Resolutions offered iu favor of tho puitiil
telegraph, also approving tho action of
congress in reducing thu duty on Import,
and another declaring that the reductiun of
tariff beyond thu present limitations
would bo detrimental to tbo intoreit of
trade, commerce and labor of tho country.
Co nmlttoo on reorgamxttnn of the In
dian torritory, reported a memorial to con
gress, Hiking tbe establishment of it terri
torial government ovor wbut is known ns
tho Indian torrllorj, bringing tho pooplo
thereof under tho laws und jurisdiction of
tho United States on inch a basis ui will
secure homesteads to tho head of eucli In
dian family, and to sell tho remaining land
on such terms as will induce tho rapid set
tlement and development of the territoryi
tho prnoodei ot such tales to bo hold or
invested by the government ai a fund, the
intoreit of which ihull be distributed
annually and equitably among sovonil
tribes. The establishment of freo schools
to tbe end tbit Indlani may leurn tho
arts and occupation! o! civilised life. Res
olution! were adopted declaring that pub
lic ichool education is tho only method of
thoroughly educating the masiei of peoplu ;
and asking tho ttatis and localities which
bava not-already adopted tbe system to
give It early and f-vorrble consideration
POPULAR INDIGNATION EX
THE SHRIEKS OFTIIE POOR VIC
TIMS UE.tKD IN THE 1MSE
MENT OPTHK JJUILD-1NO.
OVER TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND
DIED BV F1KK. .
New York, Dec. 12. Mary Ann Fa
gan, a victim of the Fifth Avenue hotel
Are, died In great agony nt llellevue hos
WHERE IT ORIOIMATKD.
The flro originated, nccorJing to the ev
idence before tbu lire marrhal, in the ser
v.tnts room, on the third floor. One of the
p-opriotors Hays, however, that tho origin
ot the flra is not known. Another of tho
proprietors says ho ordered '.hat the alarm
be given after the discovery of the fire.
Ujth are of tho opinion that the poor girls
met their death from suffocation.
On tho building will bo only $10,030. Tho
furniture was ditnaged to tbo extent of
An eye witnoii ityi there is no doubt
that if the alarm bad been sounded on tho
discovery of the lire tbu girls would have
been retcued. Tbo general impre-sion Ii
that tho hotel proprietors, in their anx
iety to save the fjrnituro and carpel.,
wanted to put tbe tiro out luemsohes.
CKUKL I'UOPRI tTOR.1.
The loud, piercing oriel of tbu girls was
distinctly hoard in the bailment below. At
this lime tbo Are had made great hoadwaj;
but, even then, the hole! employees whose
attention was directed to tho great glare,
aid: "till t it'i nothing," and iain :
Tho'e girls will scare tho guests, if tboy
go on In that way."
WHAT THK F1RK OFFICIALS SAY.
Gen. Shollur, a tiro otlieial, says tho
alarm v. at not given roon enough. Chief
Engineer Perly says thu location of the
tiro was tlrst telegraphad to him at eight
minutes pait eleven. Firemen were on
the ground five minutes later. Ho thinks
thoru was an umccountable delay at tho
hotel in giving tlio alarm. Thu tortuous
ways of thn Interior of thu building, pre
vented Are. non from doing very effective,
service. The foreman of onu company
a ty, nt tlrst ho was rof.t'ud admittance
to the hotel, wilh the excuiu that they did
not wish a pinic among thu guests. ll
Anally iiuistod upon onturlng. The flru
mursball says, nothing like sutliclent cau
tion bad beon taken to gtitrd against loss of
life in ovont of a flro in tho hotel ; that ho
finds no efforts had been nude hy the poo
pie in the hotul to ro'cuu the girl.. He
thinks tho nuthorities woru so concerned
abouttbo baggage of guest, that human
livs wore forotton. Be'tldo the work
men were looking after bagi; ii;e. imtnad of
attempting to rescuu thu endangered poo-
Pl. An tmplcyo luyi lie Ineffectually
endeavored to tear off screws of windows
where thu girls were contluud.
Are yet unrecognized. Tbreo of these can
not bo identified,
Some of thn bodioi luok like mum in lei,
tbey are to blackened,
AT TUE MOROUU.
Over twonly-tlvo thousand persona
went to the morgue yesterday. Tho ligbtt
there were of thtvghastiet character.
IN VK8TtOATIO DEMANDED.
The prett of tbe bUyealli for a thorough
Investigation, Tbe Herald beads Its lead
ing editorial thus: 'The Fifth Avenue
Uolocauit. It -wai Criminal I -Wat it
Murder t and proceed Irs ja lengthy aril-
do to itrongly condemn the authorities nf
the hotel for their conduct.
AFFECTIONATE IS DEATH.
Three of the..unfortunato vtotlmi wero
foundn AXoimiM though burned em
braclngeaihijter. K A TREE SHOW.
A great deal of Indignation fs mAnl
felted towardt the authorities, at their
couno in lending tho corpses of the unfor
tunatei to bo itarod at iu all their horrid
dlsflgurement at tie merue, which It in
tended 'only foftho reception of the 'un
known dead. Some charitably disposed
citizens propose to givo aid to the rolallvei
ot tbe burned.
TO THE KEKVUK.
Sam Fra isco, Doc. 12 Tbo itcamer
Fidellur hat been lent totho aid of ihe Sac
ramento, with extra boats, cab.es, anchors,
and wrecking apparatus, Capt. Cox com
manding. The stenmer will probably
reach tbe Wreck on Thursday.
TUE MA DOC I.VDIAKtt.
Have retreated to Wright cave, irfuth
welt tide ot Tulo lake, Oregon, with chil
dren and squaws. They have laid in
good supply of provisions. Tho cave ii
lituatcd In a high tableland and coven
about three acres. The underground en
trance ii narrow and easily guarded.
Fourteen ivttleri bavu been killed in tbo
war so far. Henry T. Miller was tortured
to death. About thirty Madocs have been
killed. Four hundred troops are in the
field at the present time, besides thn vol
unteers. A party of scoutt left the cam'
at Fairchild on Sunday, and have not
been beard from since. Fears aro enter
tained that they havo been killed or cap.
turcd by the lavagei, A dcciiivu battle
is expected at Wright's cave, provided the
Indians hold their position long onougb.
Cumderla?D, lid., Dec. 12.- A freight
train on the-Ualtimore nnd Ohio railroad
broke through tho bridgo at South Krancb,
seventeen miles east of this city, this eve
ning. Tbo locomotive and twenty-four
coal cars were precipitated into thu river.
Rutherford, fireman, wa killed. Thu en
gineer, conductor and brukomun wuro in
jured, but not seriously.
Columdiaha, O., Dec. 12. Ebon
Portor, residing two miles oast of here,
this morning murdered his two little
children, aged one and two years, with a
hatchet wilh which he had been cracking
hickory nuts. Portor left Immediately
after committing the deed. He wai rap
tured at Leetuwn and confessed tbe crime,
but without giving any reason.
The finance committeei amendment
were agreed to and the bill was patted.
The bill for the relief of tho tuflereri by
tbu Bolton fire was called up by Mr. Wil
ton. Mr. Torry of Michigan criticised the
bill, and said he would nit voto for it.
Mr. Morrill of i Vermont, opposed the
bill; hi a matter of relief it was a h umlaut',
and as a matter of policy it was extreme
Mr. Sumner Mid ho hoped tbu bill would
be passed as it came from the bouse.
Tbe bill wat opposed, at setting a bad
precedent, but tho precedent would only
be applicable in a similar catc, and when
such caso should occur, bn should insist
upon its application.
Mr. Carpenter opposed tbe bill at be
opposed tbo Chicago relief bill, on thu
ground that it is unconstitutional.
Mr. Lgan favored the bill. Ho de
nied thai it wat n humbug, and mid that
tho pa-ttgo of thu Chigago relief bill, wat
one of the ttrongnit inducements to the
prompt rebuilding ol Chicago.?
Without action on the bill, the senate
at 4 p.m., went Into executivu session, und
toon after adjourned.
Wadiiivotov. ll...' 1'2 In tbo North.
west and upper lakes and thence to Lower i
.Misoun una unio river valleys ciouuy
and warmer weather, southwesterly winds
and falling barometer. In the Gulf and
South Atlantic states northwestly winds
veering to northeasterly and ioutheaaterly,
with high pressure mid generally clear
and cold we.ither. Over lower lakes and
Canadian region southweMurly to south
easterly winds, lower barometer, increas
ing temperature and partly cloudy
weather In the Middlu nnd Eastern
states noitherly winds, partly cloudy
weather, diminishing pressure, higher
temperature, with occasional snow.
March; $11 40 January. Lard steady,
nominal 7 1-10 cash December; 7 1-16
Jniiuary. S P hums, steady and un
charge. Other product hold at previoul
pricos. Whlskoy tlrm, saleable 6t?8!)c.
Cincinnati, Dec. 12. Fluur firm and
unth.mged. Grain unchanged. Cotton
unchanged. Whiskey tinner at 80c. Pork
3 uiel and unchanged; bulk firmer; iboul
ers 3jtje; clear rib &)c; clear 6Jv;
bacon quiet and unchnngou; green hams
quiet, but shade higher; hogs lower at
3 7o1 82; receipts, 14,227. Lard
firmer, steam 7r; keltlo JJc.
New York, Dec. 12. Money firm 7 to
7 coin. Sinoki strung and steady. Gold
weak 1I2J0112J. Governments dull and
sto.dy. tuiij bond- firm and quit. W
U T 78j; Pac 78j; Adamt 92; Fargo 87J;
Am 07; U S Hl; N Y C UU; Erie S;)J; pld
U; U Pac nJ; L b 04; I'ltUhuig 8;
Northwestern el; pM 01; tt I Mill; at P
54J, pfd 7SJ; Wabash 72J; pld 84; Ft W
WJ, o A, M .17 J; IM & Lack 0; 11 ii E t;
llid C-n 3o; U & St J 49.
Nkw Youk, Dec. 12, 12:10 p.m. Flour
dull. Wheal quiet nnd steady $1 62
1 68; red$l 7i01 7."; amber It "C(a)l bl.
Corn quiet anu steady tiO JfiiTc. Oati
quiet, 4935je. Receipt-, flour U0, wheat
J.UUU, Corn 13,000, oats 17,000. Men pork
juiet $l3(rtl3 CO. Lard quiet and firm,
ijfe; quotations nominal. Whiskey
strong, nominally 0'iJtu. Gold 1:1
Sr. Louie, Dec, li. Flour dull; only
local doiuai.U. Wheat dull; No 3 rail SI (ii.
Corn dull; 33c white mixed. Oati 2jc.
Kyudull. Uarley nothing doing. Wbii
Key ite.dy 92c. Pork, order lot $12 25;
dry salt meat, only small trade 40i;j;
0J(j0je out sido orders. Uacon, notiiing
doing. Lard firmer and held higher; 7Jj
oil Ii red for January; 7 asked. Hugs
Nkw ork, Dec 12, 12:40 p.m. Gold
til 12, USfli ol '81. 1 13jr7il do
coupon, l 171(5)1 71; 5-20.nl 'C2, 41 131
do 'Ul It 13l(ri)l u" SI 131; do '-
new inue, ! 15()l IA; do '07. 1 Itij
1 10 j; do 'OH coupon 1 10l 16)
lo-4u do coupons ft IWJQI 09; cuirwncy
0-,'il 121 Hurling ex SI 090110),
now o', 51 luj.
Chicacio, Dec. 12. r'luur In good de
mand; XFjiring$O0O 2&. Wheat iteaJ;
Nolepiiiigu ilml. $1 20; Nu 2 SI llj
luot; tl lZlQI lit Januari: No 3 $1 01
(gl 03 according tu location. Corn dull
out urm, nu i mm ;ii:iic tpot.
UaH tivauy; No l 22, 22,(310. Rye
Higher; No 2 lilc. Miss poiatll 4i
11 oU.pul. Lara steady, 77Jc. Green
ham. in good demand, 77 j ) lor 10I6
poundr; avuragu other greu meals sleudy
and iiuminally unchanged; bulk iiumis
rluadj; bxud sboulUers December 3e;
iborl clear sides 0u cash. Whiskey
earco and firm, tWjc.
new mess January 13. Ileof dull, mess
10012; extra I2I3 60; cut meates uu
cbuugeuj middles quiet, short clear Juli
nary 7c; February 7jc; long and short
clear January 7e; long Clear spot 7c. Lard
wo.ik, No 1 to primu steam 7j0c; ket
Naw York, Nov. 12. Money after
loaning high hi 1-32, closed easy 007 per
cent. Suriing Arm; 9 lun; 10) thurt
iglit. Gold lower, falling Irom 12J lo
12); closing 12 to 12. Loam 1-U4 to
tUi. Clearings 40,000,000; treasury dis
bursement. 00,000. Government true ion
lower in sympathy with gold, closing linn,
statu bonds dull and Arm. Stocks opened
strung und highea, closed umcllled und
6T. Loui, Dee. 12. Flour tinchangoi?
Wheat spring dull and lower, No 2 $1 13.
01 14; do. oil $1 17; fall dull, lomo de
mand tur No 3 rid atjl 05. Corn firmer
No 2 mixed 32033c. Oats firmer, Mo 2
mixed 26025c. Uarluy dull and un
cnanged. ltyu in demand, scurcu und
highur No 2 03001c. Pork quiet atl2
0t2 2o; dry slr meat fair older buiues;
uouldvr 404)c; clear rib O0O)e; clear
.ides G)Ue; bacon very littlu duing, no
sales; clear sides 9c. Lard unchanged,
primu steam 7c s.kii; 7)j January Whit
Kuy steady and firm at 02c. Cattle choice
Heady at 5:00; other grades in larger de
supplv than demand; hugs unchanged
at $i 4.103 83; bulk sitloi $3 00 0 3 75;
New York, Dec. 12. Flour less active
and Heady, auper-weitetn $5 9000 30;
common to good $0 9e07 05; good to
choico 7 10M1 So. While wheal X, S7
!ll)08 05 Whisky scarce at OCc. Wheat
iu moderate rcque.-t; No 3 spring $1 450
1 40, nortwetpring SI 52; No 2 Chh ao
uflout 11 62; white winter $1 000 2 00.
live ecaire and firm, western 90c. llarley
dull, western 85.-. Corn firmer, ituamer
mixed C',005,000, sail Oj0O7c. Oats
quiel and a simdu firmer, old western
mixed u201fi; new 4806U-. Coffee
tirrn, Kio I5J0I8J Sugar active, refining
i)09. I'.Mh weak, mess $13013 03;
prune mess $10.
Nkw Oklkanh, Dec. 12. Corn firmer
mixed 67c; vellow 70c. Oati advanced
4H045o. Pork firmer $13 26013 &0.
IHeon uriner oitiutti'3i(iiuje. uams
10018) Sugar ttriner; interior ujr; com.
moil 77c; fair lo fully fair H)e; primu
9c; others unchaiigtHl. Sterling 2lf;
light )0; discount gld 12. Cotton
L-ood duiuaiid; salei G.OUO; guoa ordinary
I7e, low middling- I8)c; middling upland
l'JJc; middling Orleans 19le; leceipw II,
OSoj no exports; stock 105,102.
Hie nuil t'xllorthe Hlter-.
Far3lhaurninling M '! p.m. I'tc. 1 i. tiT3.
Nr.w Orleanh, Dec. 12. Arrived: Bis
marck and Howard. Departed; Henry
Ames. Receipts flour 1,971; oati 1,53'J;
hay 92; pork 4U1; bacon, 78 caiks and 76
hole; hums, 28 tierces; Urd, 1,13a tierce,
and 530 kugi; Mhiekey 130; tjhucco I;
cotton 0,247. Flour tlrm, XX $0 120
C 37; low XXX $71207 25; good do
7 7004 'ifi; choice dots 6U0O 25; choice
extra 49 CU01O 60. Corn .upply lighi;
while 70u uui. in fair doniaml, 41040c.
II icon quiet, 6, 9(jll)f. Uuliisdull, 100
17c. Lard fiiin, tf(&Hi'; keg U09)e.
Ctton rlitf, l9)o. bierlu g Ex 21); .iht
Chicao , Duo. 12. Live hogs, receipts
lo It a. in. 10,482, about 200 curs ol stock
to arrive; official yesterday 26,250, Mai
kut ratio r active, prices somewhat Irregu
lar, opened a shade firmer, now easier;
bmnrs holding off extreme range at $3 37
i; packers payini: 3 8H03 90, mainly
$3 8u. Cattle, receipt! I,iii7; dull only
few buyon good supply of shipping; will
probably decline. Flour, quiet and tlrm.
Wheat steady for tutu res, spot dull at
$1 11) cash Djcembor; $1 12 January;
$1 11) February; No 1, nominal $1 20.
Corn, quiet and steady at 31c cash Decern,
ber; 3lfj January; 3o MVi 38o June.
Oats, quiet at 2&u Duecmber; 25o Janu
ary; 2n02'io February, Rye stronger.
Barley steady at 60)0c. Provitioni dull.
Mo talet; market not ettablithed. Pork
nominal at 111 16U 60 ceib; $11 8T)
i i low
. STATIO.NS. w.
x m ft In
'. I Inclnn.ti I
Ijui.viIIc. ..I ll
Nailivnlc 1 I ,
... I Futlbmllh
... 4 I illl. Kuck
I uv.iiiort ....
i urall'. Uluff..
'lUUw itinJ.rJ. tUtlow high wiur.
OlSclil. I HO tl A-. L. WATSON,
Olacmi Sli. bcr. U.b.A,
PlTTsUUKO, Dec. 12, Mutiollguhcla
colitinUeH to recede slowly with 3 leet 6
inches iu tho channel. Navigation is u
pendud. A littlu moderatiuu iu thu
MEMfUis, Dec. 12. Arrived: Barter
vllloaiid Mary Boyd, Whitu river; Bellu
of Pike, St. Louu; 11 S Tumor, Cairo.
Departed: Mary Alice und bargen, Now
Orleant; John Kyle und Mary McDouald,
St Louis; Darterville, Whilo river,
Nkw Orlkan, Dec. 12, Arrived;
Bismarck, St. Louis- May Fluwor, Mom
phis; Jno. Howard, Arkansas river. No
departures. Cloudy und cold.
ViCK.uuHO, Miss., Dc. 12 Down-. P.
W. fc trader. Up: Susie Silver, Fannie
Lewis, Weather clear and cool. River
Luisyillk, Deo. U. -River itatlonary,
4 fet 8 inches canal; 2 feet H Inches chute.
We ithr clear and cold mercury ranged
18 to 27. Heavy ice reported nearly all
this way to Cincinnati, no lee below. Ar
rived t Henry Probaseo, Pittiburgj Bril
liant, Ironton; Charlti Brown, Pomoroy; '
Arllilffton. (.'harmsr ami A.hUnH fin.
cinnati; Camelia, Trnnenee rivor. Do
parted: Charmer, Evansvllle; Henrv
Piobaico, Madison; Arlington, Memphli.
Boatt aro afraid to vonturo out for Cin.
cinnati Camelia it waiting for clear
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C HAN NY.
LA ROE STOCK.
KENTUCKY JEAV VKTUA.
LARGE STOCK OF OARtSTINO
OIL U LOTUS,
Ula r.nllr NtsM-k
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER tJTU BT. AND COMMEHCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEIT VAHIKTV STOOK Iff TUB CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLObK.
Corner or Nlneteuib alrrel aM1 'su
C. O. PATIEU.
M IIOI.KNAIsr t'HlH'RHI,
11. M. HULK,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer iu Foroigu Fruita & Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
Anil IVxOer In
VEOETABLES. FRUITS, EOGS, LAUD
FRESH BUTTEIt, ETC
KIT All Goods warrunted tch, and h jIi!
at the lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. andComiaorcialAve.
THE KEW SYSTEM.
QR0CXRIEI RETAILED AT WHOI.ESALK
PHICXM FOR CAR It.
AT II. O. THIELECKE'S STORE
WASniNOTON AVENUE. IIKTWEKV TENTH
AMD ELEVENTH S1HEET8.
50tbi. dry Cuba Sugar for
ol u ii o tl
. - ?5 0
0) lbs. A coffee Suear, N.. Std. - 1 00
4 11 Primu Rio Coffee for - - 1 0C
3 " Choice " " - - 1 OC
3 Old Government Java - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
H I.NtJS Aft II l.miMiUM.
Ii. SMYTH & CO.,
oiiio l k v s x
i; A I B4I. IIul,iOIS,
Hi'., -, (vDsUnlly un havi a inet inih
pUto rtoi'k of
ail 'TO U AMD IBIBll WIIIHKItCs
Is I N n.-
1 ort, Madoria, Sherry nnd Cntawl W ino
UJJIYTII A CO. sll esclusifoljr for ca.h.to
, which faet thev las He Ihe e.peeLI slita.
tln mI ,-lff lM.rc.iit hnv.r.
F. M. STOUKKLETH,
sreotsiea q roen iTortrcsTM
Kerilrer mii Wheleswle IMnlor lis
rorettTB M(t IMinMtle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. Hi Ohio Livbk,
SBkMpsoa hanit ostanilF a full stork o
013 Kaatuokv bourtoa. Rye aad Moaoala
i Wblakles. tWeaeb Braasllea, Ue awl H
Rktaeaa4 CafUerela Wtaet, )Ua
w wiyif- ah rssttwAwwiwit.
GEN EH A L AGENTS
FOHWARDINU a;,i. CtotMlSHION
OEALKILS IN PLOUHi
lid 4.-1,1. Ml
IBIO KlVtS AMI- KANAWHA
TO Oil (ll I.F.VKK,
N. B. THISTLE WOOD. P. J. THISTLE WOOD.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
. 7HOkl l.et, I'AIHI. ILIA
E. D. MATUUM.. B. o .UL
MATHUSS It UUL,
C O M M I S 8 I ON M E K C HANTS
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
tHucosors to E. K BiaitrieAl C04
Forwarding and Commission
ifc. Literal Adrutc.m.si. made fa'aaaa
Ifs UK)u CeDaiipiiDeoU.
Ar proDared to recaiTft, store aad forwarJ
rr.fxhu to oil poiats and buy aad
fl! on oocnmlMUia,
trBusloM eiUDded to pmapUv;
WOOD KITTEN HOU8K BRO.,
General CommliujioQ MercbaaU
183 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER &, PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBAMK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
COMM ISSION MERCHANT
AND UK ALEX IN
HIDES, FURS, WOOL anp LEATHER
Highest Cab Price paid for all kinds of
OLD METAL. COPPER, BRAS BAGS
AND PAPER STOCK.
No. 93 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Liberal advances made to rrsDerulUe
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERGUANT
AND uiauk in
AMD WILL FEE.