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OFFIOB, BtTIiXiBTIXT BTJIIiXJXIETa-, COB. 12TH STREET A.3ST3D WAaHIlTa-TON AVENUE.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 18T2
HE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE
CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
(VARMOTII DECLARES HIS IN
TENTION TO ACCEPT THE
IOI1N A. DIN0HA5I PROSPEC
TIVE MINISTER TO
KTC, ETC., KTC.
"Washing-ton, Doc 20. Tlio prcsldont
loiod hii olHco at VI m. to-day, till t!io
1 of January.
A TlLKOnvM FROM NF.W 0RLKANS
today, stiles that Warmoth declares his
ntenllon to ucqulcsce In tlio decision of
bo courts, and Is determined, fur the prcs
nt, to sustain Pinchbeck as governor,und
rill make no further effort to regain tlio
ubernatorial chair, but will udvlio mem
ers composing tlio body recognized by
litn &J the legislature, not to meet again
n January, but to accept tlio lituulion.
MINISTER 10 ITALY.
It it understood tbnt Mr. Marsh, Amer
oan tnlnlitor to Ituly, will return homo
n a ihort tlmii and tender hi! resignation.
!o will probably Le succcedod by John
New York, Dec. 2C Mayor Hull pro
ioscs a public reception to Kennedy and
'ampbell of Now Orleani.
ntted atalci minister to franco,
ntonds sailine from this port Saturday.
Washington, Dec. lie. Ex-Gov. Orrof
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or at, reierftuurt; in January.
Pytntitr XL B. Keoic, U. S. A., who
n general oraeri, ana 10 do tuipenaeu
n rank and duty for four monthi, bai had
I . I m tf, fiJ
r ma Diciiaeai. bhu win ua rciiureu iu
The president, on Tuesday, signed the
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Lu.i rnnrpii n iuw uavi apu. kiiu ink,
(flnrent blnrt. nf it.mni In lm hr..
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In the case of Alexander A. Serums, U.
. N., tried in Janurry lait for inflicting
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n fi ff.ni nmin wntiu r ' . u m ri f'lirri ill u nil
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oi u. steamer "A-onsmouwi. was iiiunu
cumy aua semonceu 10 ue susncnueu irom
uuty miiu mtiK iurttDii hiiu vj uu icp
nmanuea uy uie secretary oi 1110 navy.
The president has remitted that portion
OI nil lenience wniru auspenueu nini irorn
rank and duty, and he will again bo called
to duty by the dcpirtmcnl. Tho severe
reprimand which ho received, ho'weter, by
the secretary at tho time, stands on
record, itboing announced therein that if
the sentence of tho court had been more
severe, the department would not huvo
failed to approve it.
THE TRIAL OF SUSAN H. ANTHONY.
SUSPENSION OF A MEMPHIS
NED BUNTLINE AlUtESTKD IN ST.
pliclly in tho riot which occurred in the.
outhorn part of this city In 1852. After
examination Iluntllno was rulcniod on
$5,000 bonds. Hnch of tho two Indict
ments wcro found ugntnst him twenty
years ago. Tho proceedings nro ro
gardod ns a farce.
MKMriiu, Dec. i!C l'ho Memphis
t ink, J. J, Murphy president, suspended
Ibis morning. Liabilities $10,000. As"
SNOW STORMS ALONG
COLDKST "WE AT UK It
UUSI NESS SERIOUSLY AFFECTED.
ItocucsTER, Dec. '20. Tho caso of Susan
B. Anthony and fourteen other women
under examination for voting illegally nt
the last general election in this city, Hon.
"William O. Storrs, United Statos commis
sioner, to-day rendered a decision, hold
ing each to bail in tha sum of fivo hundred
dollars, to appear before the Unltod States
court at Its noxt loision at Albany, third
Tuesday of January,
TUK MEM THIS HANK.
Mxuruis, Doe. 20. The liabilities un
secured of the Memphis bank, which sus
pended to-day, are $24,000, which will fall
chiefly on small depositors, Suspension
bas been looked fur for somo weeks.
TUK FIRST THAI It,
Parsons, Kas., 26. The tlrst train ovor
the M. K. & T. railroad, arrived nt Don
nison last night. General rejoicing among
the people of Northern Texas at tho nc
compllihment of this ovont, and tho citi
zens of Dannlson are celebrating their
first merry Christmas amid great excite
St; Louis, Dec. 20. Nod DuntllnoKwho
with Buffalo Bill and Texas Jack, Is play
ing a sensational drama at the Grand
Opera-house here, was arrested to-day ou
a capias, isrued at the Instance of Prosecut
ing Attorney Normlle, for alleged com-
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Washington, Dec. i0. For N-w En
gland and Middle stale! wirnN bucking to
northerly and westerly, with clearing but
cloudy weather. For Southern statt!
northerly to westerly wine, clearing but
partly cloudy weather nnd Increasing
pressure. From the Ohio valley and Mis
souri t.i Laku Erlo and tho upper lukfs
Increasing prcMuro, northerly to westerly
winds and generally clear nnd cold
weather. From Kansas to Minnesota
diminishing prrtsuro and muthcrly winds.
Signals continue ut Nuw York, Now En
gland, Boston and Portland, Maine
COLDEST EVKK K.NOW.V.
Lancaster, N. H., Dec. 25. Tho past
night has been tho coldest ovor known
hero. At 8:30 p. m. tlio thermometer Indi
cated twenty-flvo degrcos below zero. At
7 o'clock this morning forty-llvo to fifty
degrees boiow, according to location.
Numerous cases of frozen limbs aro re
ported. SNOW STORJI.
New York, Dec. 20. A very heavy
drifting snow storm commenced early this
morning nnd still continues with great
fury. Street car traffic is greatly ob
structed. Dispatches from tho South stato
thn severest weather yesterday nnd last
night for many years. Dispatches from
Maine and elsowbere in tho East, this
morning, report tlio thermometer nt vari
ous places ranging from six to forty de
grees below zero.
THE WEATHER AT NEW YORK.
New York, Dec. 2& Snowstorm con
tinues with great florceness. Slreot travel
by teams and horso cars, has utmost coated,
Tho storm is very violent at all points.
Tho Fall Rlvor boat "Emplro State," duo
this morning, has not been heard from
yet. Train duo irom "Washington this
morning, together with soverul other trains
aro snowed up nt Trenton,--Now Jersey.
Wtsturn train on tho Erin road, duo hero
nt 1 1 o'clock this morning, is snowed
up nt Port Jervis. Only out-of-town mall
that reached tho post-otlko up till 2 o'clock
tliU afternon, was from iioiton. At 3
o clock this afternoon, Broadway was seri
ously banked with snow. All out-door
business entirely suspended. Tho wind U
still north, nnd tho snow is fully a foot
and a-half dcop on tho level, with many
drills. Travel In tho suburbs is also sus
pended. AT UUrPALO.
A strong easterly wind accompanied by
a snow storm for ttio lu.l furty-vight hours
has driven iho water out of Niagara river,
into tho 1 iko, until tlio supply-pipes of tlio
city water-works nro entiruly above
water, and tho city reservoirs aro empty.
Railroads aro greatly emburrusied in pro
em ing water lor their engines. All man
ufactories dependinj; on tho city water
works havo suspended operations. In
cusuof flro thuro would bo great danger.
Wcathor tho coldest sluco 1857. Rail-
rondi bloel;uded. No trains arrived sluco
Scvoro snow storm einco nino o'clock
last evening, and it olill continued Willi
great fury. Trains on nil tho roads aro
delayed by tho storm.
A heavy snow storm set in yesterday
afternoon uud still continues.
Snow foil in tula city ull day yestordny,
and nearly all last night, with u heavy
Snow storm very heavy hero, trains nro
blocked on tho Jursoy bide to Philadelphia.
Tho snow is two I'eel deep. Tliu storm
abated ut 0 o'clock this evening.
Tho derangement in tlio wator works
horo is causing gront anxiety uiiiung our
citizens. Tlio real causo of tho trouble
has not boon ascertained. Somo think the
mouth of tho tunnol is choked with ice,
Citizens in various localities li.ivo organ
ized into patrol companies to a provuntlvo
against tiro. To-night tho Commercial
nnd Courlor printing oillcoa wero obliged
to draw water lroiit tho creek to get oil'
thoir papors. All places of business ro
quiring steam, and which nro supplied by
tho -wator-works havo stopped, causing
loss to thousand of operatives. Water
wheels of mills ut Black rod; aro several
feot out of water.
Tho St, Lawronco rlvor Is bridged with
Ice between Capo Vincent, N. Y., and
Kingston, Ontario, u distance of 12 miles,
and teams cross in aaloty.
The sno wstorm which commenced early
this morning continues at nise o'clock this
evening, with no prospect of abatement'
Railroad trains behind time.
AT PARSON., KANSAS.
Coldest weather over experienced in
Kansas. 18 degrees below zero.
AT (T. LOUIS.
Weather lo-n'ght stilt very cold with
indications of moro snow. Tho forrlcs
hnvo stopped running, nnd nit transit
across tho river Is now made on tho ico.
AT HALT LAKE.
Mild, nnd has boon raining forthrco
days, but thoro has been heavy snows in
tho mountains. At liltlo Cottonwood,
near Contrnl City, n terrible snow-slldo
tcciirred to-day. From six to night feet
of snow hns fallen In tho last fow
days. At nbout 2.30 this nflornooti, nn
nvalnnchq six hundred fett wide, nnd,
twelve feot deep caino down tho moun
tain, crossed tho stage-road, nnd carried
away from eight to ton teams and team
sters, and carried tlicni ono thousand flvo
hundred feet ncross Cottonwood crcok.
Tlirt-o tcamstrs havo been
shovelled out nllve, but aro badly
bruised. Four more nro known to bo
'buried, not rescued, and it Is thought -Im-pn'slbto
to tlnd them lieforo spring, al
though ono to two hundred men nro nt
work shovelling. All teams in tho lino
of tlu avalanche wero swont nway. Tho
names of tho men not nt ascertained.
Eight mutes dug out; somo dead, somo
with legs brokon, and others sovcroly
bruised. Suveral wero afterwards shot.
No delays on Pacific road ns yet.
AT COLUMRIA, 8. C
Tho heaviest storm, sleet and snow, over
known in this section commenced falling
at 1 o'clock yesterday morning, nnd con
tinued about thirteen hours, delaying rail
road trains, etc.
Travel has been entirely stopped on tho
Erio railroad, on account ol tho heavy
snow storm all along tho onstern division.
TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE
THE GOOSE-CREEK RAILROAD
NINETEEN PERSONS BURNED
CHURCH FLOOR GIVES WAY AND
FOURTEEN PKRSONS ARE
DESTRUCTI VE CON FLARRATION
FIRE IN ST. LOUIS.
NOTED DESPERADO LYNCHED.
A PLOT TO LYNCH SIMMONS THIS
FIVE NEGRO WOMEN SHOT
MEMPHIS IN ONE
AN EXCITING SCENE IN THE
STOKE a' TRIAL.
IIUNO DY A VIOILANCE COMMITTEE.
Sax Francisco, Dec. 20, At Vosalia
today, a noted dnsporaJo named, James
McJoy, shot and killed Chnrk-s Allen.
Ho was arrested by nn officer and found
armed to tho teeth. Tho excited crowd
that assombled tried to take tho prisoner
from tho officer, but ho declined lodging
tho man in jail. A vlgllanco e.ommittoo
was organized at once aftd tho sheriff and
his deputies wero overpowered. . McCoy
was taken from jail and hung undor tho
bridgo near his prison.
New York, Doc. 20. It hns been ascer
tained that somo forty friends of Duryca
had planned an attempt to lynch Sim
mons, his murderer. Tho plan was to en
ter tho hopltnl on Sunday night, gag sur
geons nnd wardens, drag Simmons Irom
bud, nnd hang or shoot him. Tho police
became apprised of tho design, nod placed
it strong guard around tho hospital and re
moved Simmons to Uollevuo hospital,
bora ho now is constantly guarded by
FIVE NEGRO WOMEN SHOT.
Memphis, Dc. 20. Fivo nogro womon
wero shot during Christmas festivities yes
terday. Two fatally, by thoir husbands,
and tho otticrs by thoir colored admirers.
New York, Dm. 20. Daring tho
Stakes trial tills afternoon, new oviuenco
of a startling character was offered. An
drew Parker testified that somo six weeks
before FUk wns murdered, ho (Parkor)
was Introduced to Stukcj, and in u convor
s itionvhich onsuu 1 as to trials then pend
ing, Stoke said Flsk was a blackmaltor
and said ho (Stokes) would shoot Fisk
anil bald ho (Stokes) carried a piitol.
Stokes repeated that Flsk was
was it blackmallor twice. At this point
Stokes bosaino vory much excited and
rose up boloro ho could bo provontcd, say
ing: "This is false, all falso." On cross
examination witness stated ho had been
romoved by Klsk from running a hotol at
Mendvlllc, Pennsylvania, owned by tho
Erio railroad, and on stating tlio fact to
Stokes, tho laltor mado remarks about
FUk blackmailing him, nnd mado threats
to shoot Flsk. Aftor a roccss somo ad
ditional tostimony was offorod. Nothing
now wns olioitod in tho ovldonco. Tho
prosecution closed, nnd Townsend openad
for tha dofonso.
ings on the north, which are also occupied
by Leggclt and Dousmnn. Bnrnum's ho
tel was in great danger at ono time, but
tho falling of tho roof and south wall
saved that building, and firemen nre now
(nlno o clock), endeavoring to prevent tho
spreading of tho flames to the Northward.
Lois very heavy, but not yet nscortaluod.
By enorgotic exertions of tho firotnen
tho dimes wero confined to tho upper
stories of tho building on tho north, occu
pied by J. O. Tlcmmor, tobacco dealer on
tlrst and second floors, and Lcggett nnd
Dousman on third nnd fourth floors. Tho
latter firm's loss, on tho building, S20.000;
Insured for $10,000, In local oDlccs The
machinery cost 140,000, Insured for S-0,-
000 j stock $t5,000 to $50,000, Insured for
$35,000. Names of tho companies cannot
bo ascertained to-night. Ticmmcr's stock
is valued nt $3,000, nearly covored by in-
ON THE ERIK.
New York, Dec. 28. A serious acci
dent on tho E'le railroad this morning-
A freight trnln ran into tlio roar of tho
tho Orange county express, which was
standing still to enablo another freight
trnln to get out of it; way. Rear cars of
tlio pasfongor train completely smashed,
nnd Lewis S. Hcrrmau, a wealthy resi
dent of Kingston, mortally Injured j legs
broken In four places nnd n bar of iron, n
portion of the platform, driven into his
thigh. Of somo thirty pasjongers, no
others woro hurt.
A CKEIOII RIDK.
PouoilKEErsiE, Dec. 2S. A passenger
sleigh, with live or sir men nnd n boy in
it, got lost in tho storm while crosMng tho
rivsr nt Rhinobock ttWiight, nftering wan-
doting nbout snow drifts for three hours
tho mules drawing tlio sleigh walked into
nn opon terry track, drngging tho sleigh
after them. Tho parties, sleigh and nil
woro thrown into tho water, but managed
to crawl out upon th Ico. Their shouts
for relief attracted attention, and they
woro taken oshoro. Tho boy was badly
frozen, nnd one or two mon also, but It Is
thought that all nro out of danger. The
Nkw York. Dsc. 20. Flour quirvn
Wheat quiet $1 621 80; amber $1 bUc
185. Corn quiet tiO Oats quiet 4ti(a50 ;
quotations nominal. Musi pork quiot at
aei 70. Jjaru quiet liejMe, ijuuiauuui
nominal, wntsltey quiui uuje.
New York, Dec. 20, 12:30 p. m Gold,
12. U.S. 0 s oi HI, 14; do coupons, 174;
6-20s of '62. 12J; do'G4. 12 IS d" ,ai!
do '05, new issue, 15; do '07, 10; do '08,
coupons, ICJ1, 10.4os, 0JJ; do coupons
yftiiM surtviii;, , wittmifci
ex. 'J10J; new Cs, 12.
Chicago, Dec. 20. Live hogs receipts
at 11 a tn 6,808; few trains to arrive; mar
ket oDenrd active and nrm at J GotaVi 85.
but now is ratlinr dull and a trifle eniler.
SJ 2003 02J; receipts 48; hams 30,000;
packed todnto 332,000.
Ciucaoo, Dec. 26. Flour steady, sales
extra sprhig 0 257 50. Wheat firm
No 1 spring $1 21; N.2$l 183 cash; $1
10 January; .No 3 $1 OoJl 00. Corn
steady, No 2 mixed 30J30jo spot; 30jo
January. Oats steady, No 2 24jc spot.
Ryo scarce and linn, No 2 C9(V70c. Bar
ley firm, No 2 fall 0070o according to
location Provision quloti mess pork 1 1
60 cash nnd I)iconb'r, $11 March. Lard
steady 7c spot. Green hams 18 nveraao
CJc; other meats nnminnl. Whiskey fair
demand higher 8y5;8!tjc.
Itle nnd I'nllortlio itltor.
For Ul hours enJint at J p.m. Dec. -l, IV, I,
I icr V
lit In k
I uvall't liluir.
STATIONS. j wa- .r
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. Memphi 1 V
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...phrevep-irt ...J 1
... Naih.ll! jl C.
.. New Orleans. Ill f.
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centre street kirk.
New York, Dec. 2o. Tho following,
porsons employed In building Nos. 81, 63
nnd 85 Cetitro street, are reported missing
by their friends : James Stowart, Bridget
McGralh, Margaret and Mary Donahue,
Margaret and Mary Bell, nnd James
Brown. Tlio thick ico on thn rums pre
vents policeman and fireman from reach
New York, Dec. 2C Tho Tribuno has
tbo additional particulars about tho Goose
creek railroad disaster: The train was
going down n grade of cighty-flvo feet to
tho mile, and was about sixty rods from
Prospect dopot; bad steam shut off, and
was nbout three foet Irom the north end
of the trestle, when a broken wheol of the
tender was discovered, but under tho im
petus of tho down grado a stoppage could
not be made. The cars wero turned com
pletely over and remained bottom side up,
then tell perpendicularly to the ground
below, a dlstanco of twonty foet. When
the cars strucK, tho trucks crushed through
tho bottoms of them. As the stoves of tho
passenger car wero directly under tho
trucks, they were crushed to pieces and
Immediately tho woodwork of tho cars
Woro known to bo in the cars, but ono es-
.1 ....1 nl -rt.l nnwnl. thn Iii-bImTTI fill nn
I ' I OUl HOW IS ratunr uuu kuu n tnua tinier,
the pussengor coach, who jumped clear oi Snouj th tiorm abate probably alt will
tho cars as tbev wcro fallinc. Iho wood- t,. .old. Cattle dull and unchanged.
work of tho passenger car burned freely. New York, uec. . Money nrm
... ui i.i . .i u.. .u colli 10 oiacm uun nu iienuy. uum
una ocioro anyming coum ou uu.,u w. ,,,ani. OoTernments dull and
EMANCIPATION IN POUT?0 RICO
M ad ni d, Dec. 25. Tho bill providing
fur tho emancipation of slaves In Porto
Rico, was road in tho lower branch of the
cortos vostorilav. All slaves nro to bo
froo within four months after the promul
cation or passaga of tho bill. Tho bill
provides that slavc-ownors shall rocoivo
eighty per cent. Indemnity, of which the
stato shall pay ton por cent-, nnd tho coin.
ny tho romsindor. Many of the deputies
oxprcssod their approval of ttio bill by
cheers, aftor Its reading. Tbo govern
menl ergan anuouncod that reforms in
Cuba wero postponed in conivquincs of
tniurrictloa in that Island.
force at hand, the dames enveloped both
of the .cars and crept rapidly toward
tho centre. Penned within it at thl'
t me, with no possible cliunco to extricato
tbemselvo', wore forty-threo passengers,
the conductor and one child. Of those
seated in the ends of the car nono cscaptd,
but on help arriving ubout twenty
five dead and living wero
t.irn out of the centre of
it, and tho flames were extinguished
Tho remains of oihor passongors'worotben
recovered. Tho roll foots up as follows :
Saved, all more or less injured ; dead 10 ;
With four exceptions, were burned so as
to bo unrecogniziblu from tbo features,
and thero are tbreo who could possi
bly bo identified irom the ibrods of cloth
ing hung to
the roasted rL.8n.
Some woro headless and without limbs,
the remainder with all the flesh burned
ff their oxtremltios. Tho eight persons
that aro missing, aro supposed to have
been consumod, nnd thero aro
piece or SKULLS
Watches and tho like, sufficient to partial
ly justify such a bolit-f. Among tho killed
aro Mark Haight of Boston, Mr. Osborn
of Wostfiold, Mr. ltyaii, K. U. Boll, tho
tolcL-rnnb operator at Sherman, Mr, Car
lolon, Frank Taylor baggago mastor, and
Con M.tloney track master at Brockton.
loss or LIFE.
New York, Dec. 25. It seoms that
tho roport of loss of life, by tho fire in Cen
tro street, is confirmed. Ulx girls, and a
boy nro known to havo been in tho build
ing at tho time of tho fire, and have not
since boon soen or heard of. They wore
employed by Dunn & Barton. They
could havo boon saved had there been
propor flro escapes. Tho ruins nre cov
ered by u muss of ice, which renuors soarch
for bodies linpossiblo.
FLOOR QIVKS WAY
Williambport, Pa., Doc 20. During
sorviccs yesterday, at tho Baptist church
ut Nowborry, in tho Seventh ward in this
city tho floor and celling gavo way, pro
cipltatlng about four hundrod persons into
the collar below, Fourtoon woro killed
and about forty injurred; some of thorn
FIRE AT CAR110ND1LE
Caruondale, Ills,, 20. Tho largo dry
goods bouso of Frank Chapman, tho drug
storo of Sylvester, and tho millinery storo
of Miss Anthony burned last night. Loss
$75,000 ; insured $23,000,
FIRE IN BT, LOUIS.
Sr. Louis, Dec, 20, A lire brokoout at
eight o'clock to-night in tho extensive
tobacco factory of Leggott and Dousman,
27 and 29 South Second street, opposite
Barnum's hotal, totally destroying tbo
building and stock. The lira was raging
is tha upper stories of tba adjoining build
Frjiea over, tltelawhigh water.
Official. THOMAS I.. WATSON,
Oberver SI. Ser. U.S.A.
CiNCiN.v.rr. Doc. 29. River 7 feot and
rising; plenty of floating ico.
PiTibtiUl'.o, Dec. 20. Impossible to as
certain tlio stag's of water on account of
shore ice. Wealhor clotiJy. Heavy snow
has boon filling most of tbo day.
VCKSiiuno, Doc. 20. Down ; i'argoud,
Tom Jasper, Mayflower, Up: Pink Vai
ble, Armadillo nnd barges, and Glancoo.
Weathor clctr nnd cold. River rising.
LoUlnVlLLE, Doc. 20. River stationary;
3J feet in cnntil. Weather moderated;
snowing most nil day. Board of Under
writers announce, thev will tako no mora
risks on cargo nbovo Memphis till further
KvANSAir.i.E, 0,20.20. Cloudy and cool
with light mow. ' River bas rimn 1 foot;
thoro are fears of n sudden break up of ico
nnd damage to steamers. Mercury 10.
Namivillc, Dec. 20. Rives falling
with HJ feet on Harpeth Shoals, Cold,
snowy nnd extremoly unpleasant.
Memphis, Uee. sc. uinuny ami very
cold. River falling, and it is bclioved
that there is an ico gorge nt Randolph.
Mayor's Offici, 1
Cairo, Ills,, December 0, 1872. j
Public notice Is hereby given that an elec
tlou will be held
OH TUESDAY, TUB 7TII DAY OF JANUARY
A. I). 1873,
In tho city of Cairo. In the State of Illinois,
for the purpose of determining the question
as to whether said city of Cairo shall bccom
Incorporated under the net of tlio general
asemhlyol this Mate, entitled "An act to
protlilu for tliu Incorporation of cities ami
tillages," appro rd April loth, 1872, In force
July Ut. 1472; and alo, nt the a'ne time
there will be nuhuiittcil lor adoptloi or rejec
tion, tl.o imeMloii ol "minority representa
tion" in the elty council, or legislative au
thority ot xalil city.
For the purpose of said election, said city
of Cairo ha-4 been divided Into two election
district.", the onu of which comprises all the
territory in mM city. mi'ihIi ami east of the
centerlfnc of Twelltii trcct extended to the
Ohio and MM"ippl rher. and the place of
otlng, In nid ditrii t,lll be the Rough and
Ready einrjne-lioiisi!; the other district com
prles nil the territory In raid city, north and
vet of nald line extended a aforesaid, and
thc plnce or voting therein will be tho court
houe. By order ot the city council.
John M. I.anadf.n, Mayor.
'Cairo Dally Sun' and Calio Gazette,'
plcaso copy. 12-0-dtd.
O MHO, III., Dec. HI, 1872.
The pni.-slon oi the Cairo anil Vineenncs
railroad harlmr been dclhcied by Messrs.
Win-low ,t Wilson, the enniractuiH, to the
company. (Iciicril I:. K. WliMow l hereby
appointed General Manager or the Road for
tho time beliijt, with all the powers anil au
thority Incident to that portion.
A. K. llt.'llNSIDE,
Pres. Cairo and Viiiecniies It. It. Co.
Tlio firm of Thomas .v. Allien has this day
been dl"olved by mutual eonent, Mr. O. M.
Alden retiring. Tho Im-ineM will bo contin
ued I iv Wm II. Thomas, who will as
Mime all the liabilities and collect all luetba
late llrm. Wm. 11. Thomas,
G. M. Aldkn.
Cairo, Dec. 21, 1872. St.
ft All. II OAT.
Tliu splendid stenmrr
Dick Fowler, Captain
LcavcH Cairo DAILY, (Sundaycxccptcd), at
I p.m. For freight orpapaire apply nn heart,
or to Ja. Mallohy, Ag't.
JilNEGAlt, MUNN& POPE,
ATTORNEYS A.T LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
steady, statu bonds dull and stcudy,
..I'm - mtt. J r rt !.
U oli; lac ist; ftaains vv, rarKi i
div 84: American 06: U 3 79: N Y O 081;
Erie 00): prelerrcd i'Jh U V 37i; Lulto
Shore J5v, Pittsburir 86- N W 72; pre
fi-rred eb': ill lit, -i a oss ureierruu
77, Wabash 76; priferrod b5; it Wayne
04: OiM 4bs: JJel x L.HCK U2: Ilnrllord
& Erie 9; Ind Cen 30; iUrtrorsJsS t Joe
MEW I.IRLEAN.H, uec. .o Arrivou I
Northwestorn; Receipts: 1-our 35; cOj:.
4.711; bran 30; p rk 305; bacon 49 ca
00 tierces; whiskey 153; cotton srn$
Flour firm, super GBjc; low AAA iks;
7 6U; good 8S 50; choice $8 75$9;
choice extra $9 0UlO 60. Corn fair de
mand 7373. Uats In gooa demand 4bfj)
50c. Hay in fair demand at $37 peer ton
Bran, fair demand, $1 36. Pork dull at
$13 76I4. Bacon firm, 0jQ9JlIe. Hams
scarce I818c. Lnrd quiet B8ilc; 9J
9c for keg. Cotton firm 19. sterling
21 Ac. sigm t()0 uiscouiii.
SJIIICAUO, eu. .o, riour auu uomanu
light. What steady moderately active
$1 19 cash December, $1 l'.tjl 19 Jan
uary; $1 21J1 21 February. Corn
quiet and firmer 304303c cash Decern-
her. UIU January; oiio'i reuruary; oou
Mav: 30io June. ual. quiet ana nominal
24)(424jo cash Decomber; 24c January;
iSlW-oio February. Rye strong but
quiet tiyj70e. Barloy dull unsettled, No
. 'j 03c spm ann January. Provitons quiet,
pork inactive nominally 9ii no ensn do
cemter; $11 87 February. Lard steady
7c cash ami January; ijo Jlarcli. a r
hams steady unchanged; green hams
Hrmlv htld nt CJo tor 18 nversge; 7c for
17 average "io fur 10 average 7($7e for
15 average; 7l8jo lightest; othor green
meats ouiot and unchanucd' Meets in
srlt steady, shoulders 3c; long clear and
S R 5Jc; short clear ftjc; boxed firm long
clear and short rib BJc.fanunry. Whiskey
quiot but firm nominally BOjc.
St. Liuis, Dec. 20- Flour, very quiot
Grain, not enougu uoing at esinoiisiieu
prions, wnisay, steauy, yjc, j-orK, nom
inal, lljc; dry suit, weak; liltlo doing,
small packod lots shoulders, 3(3c; cleur
ribs, 5j0c; bacon, no sales, Lard quiet;
7c seller January and February. Hogs,
dull, $1 353 00; some very light, $3 10.
Cincinnatti, lii'c.zm. 1 lour aoa grain
firm and unchanged. Cotton quiet nnd
unchanged. Whiskey quiot 880. Provis
ions QUIet, prices unchanged. lings $3 75
(a)3 83; principal sales $3 753 80 to nr-
r.. ... ..Lut. oTrnl !... . ....
nvej ruuuipi iii,u. iucdm liiuni. mi
changed. Ltrd firm, steam 7r; kettle 7 Jo.
Jtlvor lias risen a incnes, making iu met 0
inches in tbo ehunnoi,
St. Louis, Do. 28 Flour firm; X
$5 255 76; XX $00 05: XXX 7
7 60; family 7 76(i) chulco nnd
funcy$8 759 60. Whont graded; spring
hlkhor: No I $1 141; full dull and nomi
nal. Corn steady but slow; No 2 mixed
aic. Oats quiot; No 2 mixed 2Glc. Bar
lev dull. Rye hliiher; No 3 73(7n76c.
Pork dull; moss held SI 2; dry suit meat
nominally lower, snouiuers iiioo-ii' ; clear
rib Sic: clear sides Cc. Bacon dull; little
nut of smoko In small way; shouldors 6J
5jc; clear rtu be; clear siues ojc; imtiis
Ul4c. Lard quiet; prime steam 7o.
Cottoo stronger and higher; rlo lj22 jc:
in small way higher. Sugar steady and
Urm: Louisiana 9c: lUo plantation. Mo-
lassos, light supply and good demand, 03c
and nominal. Hlghwlnes stosdy and Arm,
03c. Cattle dull on low and medium fair,
and prime 85c; choice and eitra 0i(a)t)0
with few offailaga. Hogs lowsr; closiog
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is trtpsr ed to sufply eu.trmn with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDKItS lea at Halllday Bros, office, 7
onto levee, or at tho Coal Yard below tlio
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Montauk" will brimr coal
a'-Miclde to -teamera at anv hour.
HtAI. ESTATE AOKMC1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT3
74 (second floor) ohio lkvkk,
But and Sill Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
An-t 'fsr f!onnrfi n(Klnlf!
No, 104 Coumercial Avenue,
French. Scoteh and American cashmeres
of all colors, and heaver and broadcloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Aud made up in tho
And at the lowest price. A lino tit and first
cIumi work guaranteed, balblactiou In cv
ly relelt warranted.
Mr. R. Jones on Commor
cial nvenuo, second door woat
of Tenth street, is nianufnctur
ing Roots and Shoes of tho
best material in tho market
and is prepared to till all
orders on tho shortest notico
Ilo cfiiarantees both tho work
aiul'matcrial ; his patterns aro
ot tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of tho cxeellenco of his work,
ho invites tho patronage of
tho public. ,0.iM h01
GREEN Si GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. (irepn,
William II (lilbfrt.
Miles F. Gilbert,
STSpMia. attsntioa fl?o to AdmlrsltT and
orricK otiio lbvkc, aoovie T and 8 orn
citt national baxk.
Ctinnored Mnrrts Bl, laqsj.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CA1KO
A. B. SAFFORD. President:
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
11. 11 Yd LOP, Secretary and Tn
I'. M. lUacLAT,
K. II, HTocarnru.
It. II. Ociisixuuaii,
J, it. Pumar.
I'acl O. Bcava,
U. r. Ualubat,
Depoaltanf asvr Amoanl KreelvsMlOossa
Ten Cssts Upwards.
JMTEKKST .aid on deposits at the rasool sis
percent, per annum, March 1st and SeplMn
r 1st, lnlerct not withdrawn Is (aided Imme
diately to ire principal of th deposits, thereby
R'vlng them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOU IN AND CUILDBXH MAT
O THAT NO ONI IUI CAN OBAW IT.
Open orerr tuslneas day from V a.m. to S p.ra.,
and Hitnrd.y esenine tor HAVINO DEI'OBITb
onl), from S tn s o'clock.
aiintl W. HVSLOH. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OscarS. Davln, defendant, is hereby noti
fied that on tho 26th day or .May. IS7-. a writ
of attachment was lulled out of the clerk's
olllco ol tho Alexander county circuit court,
In t tut dato of Illinois', usulin-t your estate,
returnable ou the tlrst .Monday ot July, 1872,
to a term of said court then to lie holden at
tho court-house, In Cairo, at tho suit of Ber
nard -MoMuntis, plulntitl', lor the sum of
which writ hai been returned served
ou a K'iriiUhco, and that said suit Is now
pending insald court, isow unless you, the
said defendant, shall appear, l-ivo bail, and
plead within tlio time limited for your ap
pearance in said caso, Judgment will be ren
dered against 5011. and proceedings taken
SL-ulnst such fraruUhen according to jaw.
RKUBKN 8. YOCOM. Clerk.
Allen, Mulkoy A Wheeler, plaintiff's attor
W. r. I1A1.L1DAT, Prslleat
IIUNltr h. IIAI.L1DAV, Vice-Piesldeai
A. B.HAl'FOltD, Cualiicr;
WALTER UT3LOP, Asslstast Oaehief,
Btaats Tavlob, Kostar H. Ccnsiduuah,
llmai L. tlAtUDAT, W. V. Hjhidat,
Oio. 1). Wiixiamson, HTirusN lHaa
A. U. SArroan,
Bsetusssce, (Tolss sus4 Dssitsssl ft salts
Bossda Bonght suasl Stold.
EPOMTH recelred, and
a aeaeral baaklat
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ROBERT. MlLuS-i. Vme-fresldaat
0. N. HUQHaW, OasAltr.
COLLECTIONS FXOMFTLT U&DX.
EXOHABOI, eota, baak aeUa aa4 ITaisasl
auiMVaoerltUe boaakt asst aetc.
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