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JOHN H. OBERLT, PROPRIETOR.
S CAIRO. Hyj(di&4fjJRbAY. DECKMBER 14. 1872.
THE LOUISIANA IMBROGLIO
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GOING TO WASUINUTOM.
L.AUAUA LKUISLATUKK AC
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(Reported Ktf dully for the Bulletin.
WabuikotoN, Dec. 13 Tho president
In possession of a tehgram addressed by
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. ramni u nn.ri ui w .ini n ,'ion. rni.
ws Aiiuguuurai aiscmoy accepts luu
torney general's plan. Democrats re'
llllami dm been addressed follows
K. II. Irvino: Propotalt received,
TELEOHAM TO THE rKESIDEBT.
ino luuuwing wu leiegrapuou 10 sue
III Excellency, U. S. Grant, l'rcilJenl
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the fact on both tides, touching the
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e limply aik to be beard through a
oi aeparture lor Washington, before
recognlto one or Hit othur of said
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upon me subject oi tno proKte4 ca
tbrougb thote state. Tbo prciident
u juuiciary commute) nave io-uay
to report a bill to increase the
AaUl.TUTON. UOC. COmD-
ler of currency bis sppolnted Thot. 1'.
man receiver of tho Scandinavian Nu
al bank of Chicago. Tbo comptroller
f the opinion the bank will pay lt
itors Id full, leaving the loun entirely
iccPreildent Colfax left Waihingtnn
night fur New York to meet the
hlihtari nf t!m Not l nrlf TrIKiifiM fn
me editor of Unit paper.
e cauinefc auMitin uuit wmi noi ont
nuiuii inwra.i. 101 anir in rew
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were read; but nofwilha view ufany
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nunifrsted. Tbe ttor v goneml
raiihtd Oeneral Emery that a vi.lt to
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til .ldv uri'itii. wujiii nvau uuiuiuk
creury Delano uepsrlcd tor Cuba
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wing nomlnuttons : Indian agent, 11.
Thomas, Southern Aps'cho agency,
Mexico; W. 1). Crutheri, Moques
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iu aceiiuv. aiikuiii uniuc. n imiit
bo suporiutendant of Indian ttlTalrs
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on Tuesday, report bill pprupri
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fiuu,uw towarui uuirujuiij iuu
os oi atienuini; uiu t'xuunviuii ui
nil Statm nriidui'tlont at tbo Vienna
d's fair. Tbls amount is regarded ftt
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cen ftpproprmiuu lor iuu rari9 iiuor
nolo was read from tbo vico president
ng he would be abiont for a fow days.
Anthony cboson president pro torn.
II passed' appropriating f (.00,000 to
base an additional site for tho Iioston
r. Morton presented tbo credentials of
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r. onorman uuuruu n ruiumwuu wuiuit
agreed to, Instructing the commutes
nanca to inaulro whotbor tho valua
of the sovereign or pound sterling of
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is batwneD tbo two countrlei under
present law, corresponds with its true
iisic value, as eipresseain tne money
t United 3UUI, and report by elll or
.Mr. Pomeroy Introduced a bill to or
ganlxo tho territory Of Oklabama and con
solid tto Indlsn tribes and carry out tbo
provinon of th treatiai with certain
Mr. Chandlor Introduced a bill to pro
moti Immigration to lb United States,
criftttlng a buroauof Immigration and pr'o
vldlngfor the comfort and protection f
emigrants Id many wave while aboard and
after landing. Referred.
Mr. Cr gin from the committee on naval
affairs reported a substitute for tbe 'house
bill authorising the roiiitructin of six
steam' vusels uf war. Tbe lubstltulo au
tburices tbe secretary of the navy lu con
struct tea steam vessels of war of
such clas or classes as Le
'lo ay deem most suitable to
tho demands of theservlco, each carrying
0 or more guns of 'Urge 'calibers, the hulls
to bo built of Iron sir Wood a be tntty- de
termine, provided a 'portion of said vet
sets shwll be built in whole or in part in
privato yards, upon contract with the
lowest roipoutible blddois, under tho su
pervision of the navy departments; or
the hulls of any portion of said Vessels inny
be build upon private contract in tbe gov
ernments yards, with government ma
terial. Nothing is said a to an appro
priation. Tbe liostoo relief bill was taken up,
Mr. Ferry, of Michigan, called for the
yaes and nays on his bill to except lum
ber from tbe list of material lo be admitted
free of duty. This exception bad been
made, he said, in tbe cue of Chicago, und
be wlsbed to test the willingness of tbe
senate to put tbo East and West on the
Mr. Thurman of Ohio said bo was not
ati.tlud as to tbe constitutionality uf leg
islation ol thi) kind. lie moved to refer
tbe bill to tho commitue on judiciary.
After n long ditcuision it was eo referred,
Yact 31; nays 16.
Mr. Morton called up tbo bill to pre
fcribu thi) manner uf tntlni; toitimony in
contested election cites, l'usjcd.
At 3 p ui.tne senate went into executive
settlon, and soon adjourned till Mondny.
Mr. Wood, from the committee an for
eign affair, reported a bill authorising tbe
Htlorney geiiurnl to examine into and pay
thu claim, of certain insurance companies
fur loises on tho bark Caldura, payable
out of ibo chineie indemnity fund. Tbe
bill was recommitted.
On motion uf Mr. Kandall tbo post
master general was directed to furnish de
tailed information respecting tbe pro
posed issue of poital cards and pottage
A largo number of privato bills were re
Tbe house at 1:20 p.m., wont into com-
mittuoof tbe whole on the private calen
dar, Air, Me i-ri of Pvnntylvaniu in tho
chair, and took up the bill to reimburiet be
college of William and Mary in Virginia,
for 143,090 fjr property dealroyed during
the war of tho rebellion.
Mr. Shanks offered an amendment pro
viding that no part of tbe money shall be
paid till t regular meeting uf tbe stock
holders or corporate ajthorilie of tho
college shall ha o adopted or caused to by
entered in tho rocordi of corpor'.iou a
resolution declaring tbe college to bo opon,
and shall in all times thereafter bo open
for admiiiiun on equal Prmi and with
equal privileges of all person:, irretpec-
ive uf race, color ur previous cundilion uf
Tho q'letlinn was ttken and it was
adapted, 70 lo 71. The commiiiee then
rofo and reported the bill, Tho Ur.t
q'lesllun wis on the adaption of Mr,
Hliauk.' amendment, It wai adopted, yaes
89, nays UO, Th i only Republican vol-
I'li; Hgintl it wero Duller of Teiiiio-s-e,
Cobb uf Nurth Carolina, Plurco f MU-
s tsippi, and Sargent uf California. No
U'imueratt . voted fur it. The bill vim
then rejected. The vot on its pasiaiu
beinj;, ynes 30 j ny 120. Democrats alt
lined in the voto iigain.t,
Tho house then took up tho senate's
Hiuondmont to tho liouie bill uf nbolUbing
haollicesuf assessors and uttlstunt b.soj-
tors of intornal revenue, All tlioso tlmt
woro merely umondments were concurred
in without nuottton. Tho only important
one remaining, being thu authorizing of
tho appointment of troasury ugnnts. Af
ter long mid unlntcrosting debate. In
which tho sonata amendment
was approved by Diwoi, ICerry mid
Ileck, mombors of tho cummlttoo on ways
and means, and defended by Ilutlur of
Mascachusotts, who stated that distillers
wero in Washington lobbying against it
In order that thoy might have a wldor
Held for ovasion uf roronuo laws. Tho
amendmont was rojoctod, 20 to 89, nnd n
committee on confuronco ordered.
Tbo home thon adjourned, tbo session
to-morrow being restricted to general, de
Wabuinuton, Dec. 12. -In the North
west and upper lakes and thonco to tho
Southwest, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana
southwesterly to northwesterly winds, in
creasing pressure, cold und partly cloudy
wcathr, with occasional light snow
and falling barometer. In the Gulf und
South Atlantic states northwestly winds,
voering to northuitsturly and southeasterly,
with high presiuro and generally clear
and warm weather. Over lownr lakes and
Canadian region south westerly to south
erly winds, lower barometer, increas
ing temperature and partly cloudy
weathor In the Mlddlo and Eastern
states southwesterly winds, partly cloudy
weather, diminishing pressure, higher
temperature, with occasional snow,
Warning signals enntinuo at Duluth, Chi
cago, Milwaukee, Grind Haven, Detroit,
Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester, and
MSMAltOK TO WITHDRAW
FKOJJ THE COUNOIIJ
ALL ENGLISH HMLROAD. E5L
PLOVES SOON TO'
FRESHET ON THE BLUE DANUBE.
'.tcportcd Especially for the Bulletin.
Berlin, Dec. t :J. It is rumo-ol that
Bismarck is about to resign tbe presiden
cy uf tho Prusiiati couucll of inlnlsters, In
ord-r to devuto himself exclusively'." his
duties as chancellor of the fJermau' em
pire 11I.UK DANUBE.
BrumeL", Drc. 13. A freshet on the
river Danube, caused a sudden flooding of
a coal mino near Charlcevt-s. Thu acci
dent occurred while tho men wero at
work, and many wero drowned.
London, Dec. 13. It Is reported that
tbo employes of all tbe English railroad
companies will strike on the 2d of January.
Lady Doughty, who was a prominent
witness in tho Tichborno trial, is dead,
Madrid, Dec. 13. A great deal of ex
citement was created ynttorday over tho
report of an insurrection in tbe suburbs on
tho previous evening. It turned out to bo
a small affair and was speedily Huppressed,
although twenty persons wero killed and
wuunded. Tbo city was soon restored to
quietude, Inthocorles Marios said the
movement was probably incited by the
opponents of the new loin, with an Idea uf
effecting its succettful negotiation.
Halifix, Dec. 13. The customs au
thorities discovered a fraud implicating
several llrms. A schooner recently cleared
with a cargo bound for New Kuundland
alio ii repurted lott; but ber cargo
was transferred to another vestol which
transported it ti Yarmouth whore it was
seized. The underwriters hero refute to
pay iniuranco claims.
(Jueiiec, Dec. 13. A Olasgow dispatch
reports the abandoning of tbe steamship
City of Manchester with a cargo of lum
ber, Tho crew was saved.
Intendent McUregor, in
an Interview yesterday, Mid ho was sure
tho girls eoald bate beetviatcd, had tbey
BIGHT loci re
Still remalnnthe"ttlorgae, of which four
are not yet Identifled, In event of there
m ilnlng corpses not being removed be
fore Sunday, thoy are to be interred by
sjinj temperance or religious societies, la
Wheelino, "W. Va, Dec. 13. A fire
this morning entirely destroyed the cigar
store uf L. Kuttnaver Main street; thnflre
alio damage 1 an adjoining buildijig. Mrs
Kulinaver threw her baby from tho tii
omi story window, but it was caught by a
man and saved. Tho lady then j imped
and was seriously, If not fatally, Injured.
i be origin of the Ore Is not known.
Montreal, Dec. 13. Isr,, fSited that
tho itenmhip Cummader, which d
parted lor Quebec in November with a
cargo of corn has foundered.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
ST. LOUIS COMMERCIAL ON.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROID
ADJOURNED TO MEET
A I ION.
EDWIN FORRKST'S FUNERA1
TAKE IMjACE NEXT
STARTLING I)lr-'CLOS''RES IN
THE ANDEHSON POISON
ARSENIC AND PARIS GREEN.
ANDERKON rOIHONINO CASE.
Nr.w York, Dec. 13. Tho testimony
in tho Anderson poisoning caso to-.luy,
embraced startling diclusures. Andrew
Jackson, formerly clerk in doctor Irish's
store, tettitled that ten days betore An
derson's death, Irish and Mrs. Anderson
camo into tho store, and at tho doctor's
request, witness put up three drachms uf
white Hrenlc, with which, it was sail, Mrs.
Anderson wanted to kill cats. Four or
Ave d vs after, thi doctor ordered p it up
one dollar's worth uf arsenic, whl.'h ho
done; bIjo a dollar's worth of pri green.
On the 12lhof May Dr. I ri-h said to wit
pets that since he illicit bo subjoined in
hi rain, he would like to know it tho evi
delico cvnQ cted. Tho doctor arked him
about putting up somo bl carbonate of
soda and i ho romnmbercd it.
Witness ropllcd ho did not see
him get it, and would not
perjuro himiolf for tho wholo city of
Brooklyn, Tho doctor then said ho could
go out of tho city to Sing Sing or any
other placo. A now clerk was then oh
tuined, and thu doctor gavo witness fifty
dollars and ho left for Buffalo, whoro ho
has since remained, Mrs. Andorson wrote
u letter to Irish not to lot witness go as
tho othor side might get hold of him and
ho might testify in regard to getting nr
tonic for tho cats,
POWELL THE EXPLORER
RIVED FROM ARIZONA.
ports the cxpodltlon of great Iritoreit and
scientific value In mytholegy, Uto Indians,
relics of extinct races and civilization
The funeral of tho lato Edwin Forrest,
will tako placo in Philadelphia, Monday
next. r- m
Brlgham Young is going south for his
Accounts most favorable pour lo from
uh mining districts.
Cincinnati, 13. Flour Urm.
beat scaicu und Ui m. Oilier train, no
cliuliged. Colluii tit in, iniddl-i.g I'jjc
bifk-y uinhaiiged. Puik quiet; bulk
meats linn: sbouiuers 31" eU-.r ni, r.l...
clear IJ.;; full cured jo limit; bacuti, Loin
Inally uticbangeo; green meats un
changfd. llogs quiet at 3 7t3 80.
i.X.T" 'J,v' laru, Uull steam
vIIicaoo, Dec. 13,-Flour steady.
Wheat Urm and morn unilen ti l -.i,
December, $1 J3j(l 13J January; $1 10J
February. Corn nrrn and in muueraiudu
J.jccatli December; 31 Jo January;
JIo March. Oats quiet but uleaoy, 25
2oj cash December; a5J-J5 January
oJc i-ubruary. Re slronir and ear.",.
CONTINUATION OF THE FIRE
EIGHT BODIES REMAIN AT
Reported Especially foi tho Cairo Bulletin.
A1IOUT TDK KIRK,
New Yore, Doc. 13. The Uro mar
shell's investigation nf tho Fifth Avenue
hotel tiro contlnuod yesterday, Mary
Graves testllUd tliavt on the night of tho
firo, tho went to bedj af-half past nine.
About eleven she wai awakened by the
flro in hor room. Shoyrah'out and gave
an alarm on the loors below,- ,'whoro the
girls lay asleep. Her 'testimony went
to show that the'glrlt could bavo been
saved, If ttept bad been Ukii to arouse
them on tbo approaoh of daag'w. Super-
Special Dispatch to the Cairo Bulctlu.
St. Louw, Dec. 13. Tho tcsioi of tho
Commercial convention to-day was mainly
occupied in receiving and diipoiing of re
pons of committees. Among other thirgt
recommended by ibo commi:tee on river
improvements w.i a congressional tp
In the Mittouri river. It is determined
tocontlnuo tho existence of tho conven
tion, inttcad of merging it with tbe na
tional board uf trade, and a general plan
fur permanent organization was agreed
upon, including tbo appointment uf an ex-
onutive cqinmitteo of one from each state
to iuvettlguto subjects referred to then,
and propoto reportt, gather statistics, etc.,
COMMITTEE ON AID
To railroads reporiod adversely lo tbo
enforcement uf local enterpriser;
Committee on trans-continental rail
roads recommended an organized effort to
secure tbo building of roads across tbe
contlnoit below tbe snow line, iu order to
secure the development uf tho country,
and of homo and international trade.
Commilteo on fire and tnnrlno insurance
submitted u long roport, making varion
change in the mode uf conducting iniur
A report was adopted favoring a' canal
to connect thu Tenneiseo and Coon
rivers, and givo tho West a short, reliable
and cheap transportation route tu thu tea
A resolution was adopted that rail
roads should be required to receipt in full
fur all properly transported, und that tho
several states should enforce this rulo by
The postal telegraph occuplod conilder-
ublo tlrao, and tho commilteo on that sub
ject inado majority and m nority reports
fur and against, but after debate the whole
matter was referred to an oxtru commit
tee, SUORT WEIOIITB.
Committoo on short weights aid false
packing, reported in favor of eongrets
patting a law to enforco uniform weights
and measures; also a law against false
Adjourned to meot at - Pittsburg on tho
flrst Mondny (n Soptembor, 1873,
PiiiLADELniiA, Dec. 13. Tho Gettys
burg battle-Hold memorial nstocialhn hare
rosolvod to proceed at onco with tbo erec
tion of two memorials, ono ou McKnlglit's
hill, indicating tho position of tho union
armies on tho right, and of tho tlrtt dlvlf
ion of tbo tint corps ; tho othee on ibo
groat Hut rock on Culp's hill, showing tlie
position of tho union on tho left, und tho
second division of tho l'Jth corpse. The
material will be nativo granite from ibe
New York, Dec lil. In tho J umel es
tate caso to-day, the depositions uf JL'ury
Armsly and Lotpuel Anzel, both ove." 'JO
years of ago, were read in coroboration of
tbo testimony to tbe identification of Dot
ty Bowen, with Madam Jumul. Din I 1
Hall, aged 85, identified plaintiff whom
he had known from infancy at a ten of
FOW ELL, THE XXFL'IREB.
Salt Lake, Dm. 12. Major Powell,
explorer, arrived from Arlcona, and re-
uijc. iiariey uiQuUUo. Provisions Ilriii
I'ork quiet, be d el'J .Mrrl,- n o...l, n...
cember. I.ard 71-IOccath December; 7Jc
January. S Phnmieadv.8(3i9i! medium
average; green bams trom 7(t,7Jc 10 dajt
average to 7J7jo 15 dayt average; other
green meatt uuiet and nominallv un.
changed. Mean in salt nominal: shout
lrs 3Sc loni: clear: e ribs 65c: ilmrt idear
0c; ull loom boxed lots firm and in irood
demand, Jc abovu looso. W biskcv
ttrong and steady 8'Jjc.
Sr. LoUIH, Dec. 10 Flour dull, only a
small local trade. Wheat dull, toft tnrine
1 20- Corn 3dc. Oatt hiirber. un track
20c; elevator 25c. Rvo hlehor fiGc. Barlev
unchanged. Whiskoy ttoady 72c. Pork
i-'l, dull on order; dry salt, only a small
trade, 'le, C5Jc, 61Gc. outside
side prices on ordeis; btcon no salet. I.ard
iilglmr 7, seller on January. Uogt Urm
$3 J03 80.
u. a. x ARD9, uiucAOo, Doe. 13, 0 a. m.
Flour, one hundred cart and over.
lock reported cuming to bo 20,000 to 76,
(W0. Hogs, market active at $3 70n74 00.
Bulk Sales $3 80.
New urk. Doc. 13. l'J:l& n.m Flour
dull- Wheat dull at SI 501 69; red $1
70l 75; umber $1 75Q1 8.'. Corn nulet
but steady ut COjc. Oats steady at 50o7
65b. Must pork dull at $13 O0l3 75.
Lard quiet but steady 7J(y3c. Quotatinnt
nominal. Whisky suady and higher nom
New York. Dec 13, 12:10 pm Gold
N Y C 9tiJ; Erie 03j; M S 01 1; R 1
-Id llo. now 1101; W II sold 7d; now
HJiU P37: Wabash 71; O & M 401;
11 VSt John 48.
New York, Dec. 13. Money 7 to 1-32.
Sti-ekt dull and hea"y. Gold dull 11'.' J
112. Governments dull and tteauy.
Stnto bondt heavy and quiet. "W U T
78-; Pan 71 J: Ad'ams 02 j: Farco 091; Am
67; U S 81 J; N Y C ; Erin 53; pld 743;
U P37j; LS 9; Pittsburg 87; N W 874;
pfd 01; Cleve JtCol 01; R 1 UHiiS1. Poll;
Pfd 781; Wab 711: i.f.l 84; Ft W 93V. O i
M 47; Dit L 93 II ii E 9; Ind Cen 35; II
New Orleans D"c. 13. Departed: La
Belle. Receipts: Cotton 0,173. Flour
trong, low trebln$7 ll!J57 511; uood S?
8 511; choice do $0; choice X $0 50 10 50.
Corn firm demand unohatig-d Gc; jellow
70c; whilo 75c. Oats tcane 4"(2i48c. Hay
nonuon landing or in wareliou-ut.
choice 3335c. Bran In fair demand,
11 21. Pork firmer $13 75. Bacon, firm
demand, 5J,OJ10Jc. Cotton in irood de
mand, 19 je. Sterling 21; tight dis-
St. Louih, Dec. 13 l-'lour rnoro doing
at unchanged prices. Wheat, spring
quiet and higher, Nu 2 SI I4l 14 J; mil
$1 -!0l 'J:; full dull, No 3 red 1 05.
Corn Urmor, No 'J mixed HU-j No 2 wiuto
mixed 3l(7i)35o; over thu river i.ot enough
d.oiitfto u.lubli.h prices un this ride. Oats
..treniig siiutl; Mu-j mixea 251o. Barley
very quiet and unchanged. "llyo senrce,
in ileiinlid nnd higher; .No 2 Ulu. Pork
quia and unchanged, m.ft SI'.'; dry salt
meal dull; shoulders UQlJjeS rleur rib
5h'. 11 icon dull itim iioinlnal; alioti -der
6c; clear rib 8Je; clear rides 0o.
iluui l.'f.iM'Jje. I, nn tlriu; prime .team
seller Hahiiary .. Ili.'hwines tlrm
9:c. Cattlu in fair demand for clodcu
whicli alo tcarce, uonld sell 5((iltJo. lloira
tlrm- range 3 400 3 87J; btllk'rules SJ 70
J 7.1; receipls 0,iU0.
r kw ork, Uuo. IJ. hlock speculation
Iho only interesting f.-niuro of Wall
treet to-day. Dealings marked by in
creased depression of further decline in
leading share'. Money active, 7 to 1-10;
closed easier, 7 sterling strong; 9 long;
10 short sight. Gold heavy declining
from Ml to I'-'j, rallying to I2J, closing
titWl'i' Le'Hiia l0i to Hut for nsu tlien;
J5 for curryini;; clearings 38,000; treas
ury disbursements lin,0ill; governments
quiet and firm; statu bonds dull; stocks uc
livo und ttcady.
Ciiil'aoo, Doc. 13. Flour ttoady.
Wheal uctlvo and advunced; No 1 spring
$1 20l '.'(); No lido pot$l 12J; Jan.
No 21 01 101 03 aci'ordlng to locution,
Citiimon to lulr in "demand, und has ad
vanced 2c; mixed 31; spot or Dec 31 J
31 jc, .lun.oats ttoady, No 2 25, ityu
scarco firm and higher. No 2 03c. Bar
ley in fair demand and advanced, .No i
ftll Cl00, according to location. Pro
visions irregular; pork closed and higher
at $11 40ll 60 spot; $11 1!01 1 65 Jan.
I.ard firm at 78c. spot, Green hams
firm at 77c, according to weight. Bulk
moats quiet and unchanged. Whisky
Biddy at 89o
kw Yohk, Doc. 13. Flour quiet nnd
unchanged' Whisky firmer and good de
mund al9fl97o. W boat firmer. No 2
Chicago and north-westorn tpring $1 600
1 S'-'j No 3 SI 44l 48, Iowa spring $1 40
amber westorn f I 82; red western SI 75,
Ryu scarce. Barley and mult unrhanued
Corn a shade firmer, slenmcr mixed 051
00; tall 07c, Oats quiet and steady, old
wostnrn mixed f3065e; nuw 40051. Cuf
feo firm. Rio 1210180, Hugur dull, rell
nlng OJ0Oo. Pork Urmor, now mess 13
l4c;old l!l(c; prime mess 15c, Beef
dull, mess lO02o; oxtra l'J13c. Cut
meats unchanged, mlddlo wouk; short
Jan 7; long and short clear Jan,, 7; 'ong
and clear Jan, 0 J; long clear spot. Lard
weaker, No I to prime steam 7J08c: ket
tle 88 S-IOc; Feb.8e; .Inn 8o
New Orleank, Deo., 13 Flour firm;
choieo treble $7 758 75; family $lo
10 60. Corn scarco and higher; mlxial
68c; yellow 76c, Oats 4047o. Bran
ST 25, Hay scarco and advanced; prime
f33' choice $35 from, tUre. Pork ad
vaneed' mats t!4' haenn srarco and
higher, b, 810c; bbtni dull, 16lBc. j
Lard scarce; tlerco8iJ(-, kegDjc. Su
(far quint; Inferior C0OJ..; common 771r;
fair to fu ly fair 79e- prima tottrlctly
prlmo 9c, Mohr..es ,icnd); common
4104,c; fair 48,0, prime 6l6or.
strictly primo MM, Whiskey O309?e
(.offee quiet, ICl7c. fc'terllng 21 J; sight
i discount. Gold I2c. Cotton firmer
ami unsettled; sales 6noO, era) ordinary
18it low middles ipj- middling! Jfljej
middling Orleans 10e; receipt 1.04
"P""', 3.1 61. Boston 1.774; stock 170,
oR8 Weeks tale 30 000; receipt net
3i,IOO; gro. 40.914. Export Great
Britain 13,141; continent 8,435; coast
wise 6,37. .,
St. Louis D-c. 13.-Rlver ttatlnnary,
with a g,d denl nf .a ml repiirii'l
gorge r.ear Carutidelet. Weather clar
EVANr-viLL. Dec. 13.-Weather ele.r
and cold, mercury 'J5 to 40. River risen
ton Ins hes. Down : Morning Star, b'p m.;
II. II. Hurd, C; .Mary Anient, 2:30; Arma
dillo.;!; I.avr.nce, f; Andy llaum, 5. Up:
Ida IlaiWi., 1 a.M Iclalre, No. a, !u,
Tyrone, 0 pn., all full of freight. Busl
LouiaviLLB, Dec. 13. Rivor slatlonarr,
four foot olht inches In tho canal ; two
feet In the chute. AVe.ilo.r rU.r
anil cool, but moderating. Ice running
heavily. 2s'o boats.going up. Departed :
Ashland, Arkansas river.
Cincinnati, Dec. 13 Rivor falling
with eiybl 8 feet tt inches.
Nashville, Doc. 13. River Mllnir
very slowly with 21 Inehe on Harnelli
Shoals. Weather clear and mild.
I'lTTHIIURO, Dec. 10. -Weather conlln-
uos cold, and tho nreont Indlcalloti for
tno resumption or ni.vicatinn fs regarded
very favorable The river continues to
recedn steadily with 3 feet Inchos in tho
MkmnIIK, Dec, 13. Weather clor
and pleasant. Rivor rising slowly. Ar
rived: Cit.C of Chosler from Cairo. De
parted: Hello Loo and II S Turner for
Now Orleans: Emma C Elliott, ltetle Pikn
and Continental for Cairo; Joo Kinnev
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ElablMicd, No ember 18, 1872.
On the corner of 12th street and Wa-hlngton
ntenue, oppoxlto Bulletin olllce.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition from ti to J20 per tenn.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACII.
No paina will be spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE. Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENBAUGH,
Teacher of Wltd and String Ins-rumenU,
(cu clrculai.) 11-14 tf.
HI. VM A.NIS I.IUOI KM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
(IAIHII. I I.I. I ti III M.
Alto, L'eei C0Dtnlly en band a inoit com
.M mock of
AND IHIrll WIltaUtKH
U I N o,
1 .(MYTH CO. aril eirlii.ifelf rorch,to
. wnirn livei lliev infll" ine ...wi.i io
rorl, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba AY ine
. nln h...in hi..r
F. M . oTuOK F L E T 11 ,
trerrona ') roms a tmeflkth
atetoiiryrr anil Whiilanlt istaalrr lu
t'orrl-u ittsrt liit.allp
WINES AND LIQUORS
Nn, t!2 Ohio Levee,
Sa l Afoau at
iniO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
n. n. TTIl ATLE WOOD.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS. II AY, KTO
7HOItlo Itt., VAIKO. ILL.
I. D. MATUUae.. B. O.Ufc
MATHUSS tt MILL,
Commissi on Merc hantb
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
ntoiiin i rvrr.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccctsors to E. B. Hendncaa k Co.)
Forwarding and Commisiioo
iaS Lltwral Adfaneemeni mad aiSSrf
tj'aiti Qiou CoDUnmenu. rSf
Are prenarrd to receive, .tore and torward
Ireiabla lo all point and buy and
ell no cotr.miien,
"Ilulne nnd.l lo j.r"mpUr; "LVf-t
I I K. keetmnn hand eonolnnilr
I J Old Krntuckv llourlion, Itye and'Nnnnnls
Han -.nd Hal
Krencti Hrndle. Ilnl and II n
fornl U'lnw. InSn
I'll VNM lA.VS.
It. S. 111(1(1 HAM, M. I).,
Homeopathic rii)lcl:in and Surgeon, Of
fice Commercial avenue. Benldence ou
Tenth street, three door west of C. R.
I) I. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume tho practice of his profession
wltli especial relerencu to the electrlcu
truutmeiit of ilUeueH In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
lu ull cum'h of iciiule couiplalnt.s a lady
will be In attendance.
Olllce, liid Commercial avenue, up Halm.
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
(SESIHKM.I; No. -i Tlnrlevnih alrwl, be.
X twren Wualiinxinn avenue and Walnut street.
OlncB liiOnmiiiervltlavvnua, up "lairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
KKHIHKNC'K-cnrner.Nintti and Walnut t,
Uttieo comei Mxlh street aud Ohio levee,
nine e hours from a a.m. to U m.. and it p.tn
WOOD U1TTEN HOUSE -ft BRO.,
' ' ' c .,
General Comtnisiion Hercbtout". r '
183 OniO LEVKK.
MILLER ft PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORK'
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roB FAIRBANKS SO A LIS
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
UEMPKNCK-Corner Muettenth street and
Waahmiiton avenue, near court bouse. OI.
Bee over Arer'a drooery Htore, OIBee Hours from
lu a, in, la VI m. and -om ti to 4 n. m.
AND DE1LBK IX
HIDES, FURS, WOOL and LEATHER
Highest Cash Prlcepsld for aU kui.de f
OLD METAL. f'll'I; -Kit. UKA3S ttAUts
'o. ti3 Ohio Levee, Caiho, Illiboik
jTLiberul advunccs made toj-etponslble
DR. R, BLUM
Surgeon and Mechanical
Offlcc, Commercial Ayeniio between Ninth
and Tenth street,,
I would re-pei tlully amintinco to the Cltl
xens of Cairo and Surrounding Country,
that I have opened au office for tho practice
oi my profession at the above mentioned
place, where 1 hope to receive a share ol the
,,i,ile nau-onairo. All Demons wUbliiir tha
.rj best deutal woik ihould give die a caU.
R. A. 'JUNNINGHAM,
AND PKAUUl IN
HAY, OATS, OOBN
, AND mtto'E&.&'ii
' ht i .v l fubaji.
CAIRO, . tt- luaiou