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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 9, 1873
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-IT.
OUR CHURCHES.
PHESRYTKniAK-'RSt'i Street.
J'rvfu lilnr. Nabhatlt at 101 a.m. nd 71 p.m
Prayer tnorthtf, AVednesday at 7 p. n.
lUlh St-liool.n p.m. !. M. tanden, Bit
pcrlntrndotit. lticv. II. TiiaYkr, Pastor
!KTIiOniryr.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U.
Pruachlnf,', Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
Vmycr mr-cUnjr, Wednesday, "Jk p.m.
Sahtalli School, 3. p.m. I.. W. fttlllwell,
superintendent. Hitv. K. L. Thompson,
l'a-tor.
cmincu or tiik HEOKKsuawKri"-
MornlnK prayer. Fahhath 10, a.m.
Kvrnlnir prayer. 71 l.m.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
Hkv. K. Coax, Rector.
ST. l'ATKICK'8 CHUKCII-Miith St. and
VVatiiiDKton Avenue.
Public nervier, Hauhath (tl0 and 101 a.m.
Veepcri, 7 p.m.
.abliatli Sciiool. 2 p.m.
Benico rery day, 8 a.m.
MRV.P. J. O'llAlXOItAH, Vrlcit.
8T. JOSEPH'S CMJItCH. (Herman,) cor
ner ot Walnut and L'ron trctt.
Mom, vvery Habbatb at 10 o'clock a. ta.
VoMn-re, 2 p. in. . . . -
Mas UuriK week dayK, I! o'emrk n. TO.
ItEV. 0. Hoffman, Priest.
(IKllMAN I.UTHEUANCUUHCH-13th
trrct lietween Wahligtoii Avenue and
Walnut trrtt.
l'rearbiUK Sunday iiMirmuic at 10 o'clock.
Sahlmth tichool t 3 o'clock p. in. II. C.
'Iblelcckc, Stiperinteitilfiit.
ittv. ttoli'T. IlKl.ntO, l'ator.
VOUNO MEN'S CllltlSTIAN ASSoUIA-
TION, Kcgular meeting eond Monday
ali uioiith at thuir mom over Rockwt-U
& CV book More, Coiititirrclal ateniic.
Weekly Prayer nicctlng, Friday, 7J p.m.at
the room.
I.. Vt . RTILLWKLL. President.
SECOND MISSIONAltV UAl'l'IST
CHUKCli. Corner Syeamnro and Forty
tirt HtreetK. Preaching .Sabbath at II
o'clock a. in. and '! o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. lit.
The church l connected with the IUInol
Association, by the 1'iri.t MMonary Bjo
tlkt Church ol Cairo.
Hkv. Nilomun I.KONAnu, Pastor.
FK1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
en tec. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Miatli School. 1) p.m.
,au meeU at 3 p.m.
HCOND FItEE WILL BAPTIST Flf
vtenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath, 1) and 3 p. m.
ItEV. N. ItiCKD, Pastor.
FREE WII.I. BAPTIST HOME MISSION
8ABBATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. a.m.
MUST FHEE WILL UAPTI8T CHUItClI
-Curry' Barracks.
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. 4 71p.m.
Hkv. Wm. kkllby, Pator.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sta.
Preaching Sabbath. 10) a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evenliur.
Sabbath ttchool, 1) p.oso John Vanllaxter
and Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
ItKV. T. J. SlIOHKU, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUItCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut The
only Baptiat church recognUed by the As
sociation. Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Itrv. JACon lliutiLEY, Elder.
SECRET ORDERS.
THE MASON'S.
AIUO 'COMMANDE11Y, No. M.-tHated
Asscmblr at the Aiylum Maonlc Hall, ttrt
and third Saturdays In each mouth.
SAlitO COUNCIL. No.'ii-ltctfular Convo
cation at Sloaonlc Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAITER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Maonic Hall, -on the third
Tui-dayol ecry mouth,
CAIHO LODGE, So.IT F.& A. M. Regu
lar C iiumuulcation. at Masonic Hall, the
miouJ aud fourth Monday of each mouth.
TIIK OUD-KELLOWS.
ALEXANDKK I.ODOK, -i.o-MrcU in Odd
Fellowa' Hall, In Arter buliaing, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Oovcmor John M. Palmer ;
LIout.uant-ovenior John Dougherty ;
.secretary of slate Edmund Kummel;
Auditor r Slate O. E. Lipplncott :
SUto Trca-urcr E. N. Uatc ;
Silpt. Public I nt ruction New ton IJateman
UoNOKEsaMEN.
Senator Lymn Trumbull and John A.
"feproaeBtattvaV for U Sute-at-Large S.
Itepreaenutlve TblrtelBtlf DUtrlct-lohn
kt. Crete.'
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEHILY.
Senator,' Flitl)itrtci-T A. E. llolcomb,
v f Uaion, and H. K. OlliM.of Oallatlu.
' " RayteMuiaUvFlnt DWriet-11. WaUon
COUNTY OFFICERS.
'CIKCUIT COUHT.
Judirt D. J. Uakcr. of Alexander.
I'roncfutlnit Attoniey J. F. McCartney,
of ?ln-ar.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Sherlir A. 11. Irviu.
"Wm. Martin .W-nor and Treaturer.,
COUNTY COUItT.
lint rnV. llmu.
AMioutatiia-J. E. McCrite and S. Marchll-
don.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. loru.m.
MUNICIPAL "JlOVERNMENT.
MayorJohn M. Lunden.
Treasurer II.' A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E, A, lluniett.
Clerk-Michael Howley.
Mari-hal Andrew Cain.
Attoruev P. II.' Pone.
Police Maglttratoa V. BroM and B. Shan-
atwj.
Chlel of Police L. II. Myers.
HKLKCT COUNCIL. .
Mayor John M. Lnnden.
Ftrrt WrtP. O. Sehuh.
Second AVard C. B. Woodward.
Third Ward-Juo. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staats Tavlor.
Clty-at-Lurge W. P. Ualllday and D.
Hurd.
BOARD OF ALDRRMKN.
First Ward -James Itcurden, A. B. Saf
lord, Naac Walder.
Second Want R. H. Cunningham, E. Bu
der. O. fitancel. James Swayue.
Third Ward-Win. Stratton, J. B. PhlUls.
Fourth Ward-Jno. ii. uomnaon, U. u
Seae. J. II. Metcalf.
LAWVKHI.
TSLEORAPHIG.
POLITICAL.
OPINION OK SECRETARY FISH
IN REGARD JO 0UBA.
MR. ALLEY IIEKOItK THE CREDIT
MUlilLIKlt COM.MITTEii.
LINEGAR, MUNN k POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
Cairo, Illlnola,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTOBNEYb .
OOUJ(8ILOB8 AT LAW,
art, , J
OAIBO, ILLINOIS,
. WilllaaH.Ui
WilhaaaB QU
MilMr.OUWi
V8aeM.jMtt9a airsB to AdlrT aad
soimw .
, . . . flit uMrJlVAHMAfc . -
a. yj.j;
ROMINENT RANKERS I1EFOHE
THE WAYH AS 1 MEANS
COMMITTEE.
ETO,
ETC.
TIIK WAJllKrt'liA '
1 New YoiiK, .!. 8. S'crtnry Fiih Is
rVpirli-d to havo (aid that the (!ilba rebuli,
I Imviny Ruined any moro ground than
they poutxnl three year go, are not
imy moro ntUl, 1 to belligerent rlghti.
llu fayi our yuvcrmont lint no trbcmei ol
niicxrtiyn In sviidlng a naval forcu to
the Siiidnkli ltUnds.
' Folt t'L'IIA.
n AipiliWHll lettMr itatcj thnt tho
steurner KJnr .Stuart, which had received
1,'iw trew ht w York, lailed fur Cuba
with her vnrgo of urin Hod Hinunilion for
the rovuluttuiilsti. ihe I under tlioc-oiu-innnd
ol Gen. M. Augoro, with tome ilxty
crew, arid lorty army ricrnlU for tno
Uuhnn army.
TIIKCKKbtT IIOIIILIEU.
"Waduinuton,' Jun. 8. Too Credit
Mobiliar committee hud ex-Guvcrnor Al
loy Uifore them to-day. liu was croii-ex-
mined ut great length without eliciting
ny new lucu. lcUomb was prcvni
with a lettur from tliu crutnry of tLe
Credit Mobilier corporation, to the effect
tUatiu 1800 Brooks paid lor uno hundred
hares ol slock, but, ut hi request It was
laced upon thu book in tbu namo of till
oi.-tn-luw. McCouib was not called to
thu viitneii Hand, but will probably bo
called to testify again to-morrow.
AVAsUiKuroN, Jan. 8. "Wm. B, Dun-.
can of the flrni of Duncan. Sherman &
Ca, Now York, and Mr. Joseph Patterson,
Senior, member of the banking firm of
'alteram' & Co., PlilUde'phla, appeared
botore thi committee on ways and meant
this morning, in response to tbo invtst'ga-
.tion of the committee, and expressed their
views on the subject of the refunded G per
cent, into 5 per cent, bonds. Chairman
Dawes remarked that tbo committto dt-
Ired to have viows of gentlemen ofomt-
ncnt financial matters, who aro not at all
ndentiuod with the operations of the so-
called syndicate. Tho wholo subject was
i;ono into at considerable length. Thu
ubstanc of opinions given lelng
that the effect of operation through tbo
syndicato was to lake Unltod Slates bonds
out of the hand of small investors where
they had grcaleit.permanency, and to put
hern in tliu bands of bankers and brokers,
and large invcUors, und in great financial
centres where thy wero llublo to 1)9 nf
fected by frequent fluctuations. This Mr.
Duncan regarded us an evil which should
bo avoid-d, tending ns it did to lotleu the
popularity of bonds, and to that extont de
preciate tho credit of tho government in
the markets of tbo world. Both gentle
mm coincided in this view, nud also in
the opinion that a belter policy would be
otto change at present, but to wait till
the money market l in a moro favumble
condition for refui Jing tho debt hi i. Ioki r
rate of interest. Secretary Boutwell wit
ireicntat thu interview.
VKKNOK 1V MltSUUht INAVOUKATKII.
fr. Louis, Jan. 8. Gov. Wuud.un ws
r.auguruted nt Jetl'erson .City t -J ay, and
read Ins message. During, tho read inn
hlrteen guns fired in roinmrnioration of
Jackson's vicory at New (rrlcHni,
to have wltncies sworn by any stato or
Unit-d States officer authorir od to admin
ister oaths. Tbo resolution at amended
was adopted.
On motion of Senator Colc.tbo secretary
of tho Interior whs directed to communi
cate any Information in his po.iotilon
touching the illfflcultien with tht Modoc
and olher Indians in California and
Oregon.
Sonator Cnrbrtl IntrrMluced a bill amend
ing the national vuriency. Referred. At
4 o'clock the senato went into executive
tetilon, Hiid soon aftor adjourned,
itntsx.
Mr. Garllei fri-in the commilteo on ap-
port n bill
r tho pur
clia of nil nddiilun to the site of tlio pot
oUlce building at lio'lon. Mr. FurnsWortn
nlj-cicd? . , . - .m-
Tho houw then went Into commllleo of
tbo wlmlo and remained In tho consider
ti n of tlio loiUliitlve, executive and ju
dicial approprlition Mll.
CASUALTIES.
pro.irlBtlon, aikf.1 lenvo to rep
appropriating "$,5(K,0'i0 fr
FOREIGN.
PUBLIC .MEETING DISTURBED
IN LONDON.
NAPOLEON MKUtt'ING WORSE.
ETC.,.
ETC.,
ETC.
HKf.TINO IIISTUKIIKD.
LoxiiO.s, Jan. 8. Whilo Charles Dilko
was speaking on the subject of land and
psople, in Derby lint night, u mob at
tempted to diiperso tho meeting. Tho ad
herents of Dilkc reiiated, when a severe
strugglo ensued. Sevural persons wero
iriiiircd and msnr windows broken. Tbo
fighting lasted more thaa an hour. Groat
excitement prevailed. Order was at'
length restored and tho meeting brought
to a close. A largo crowd arrived with
s'.lcki and bludgeon, and escorted tbo
speaker and his wifo to their hotel.
NAPOI.KOK,
Diipatcbf from Chizlehurst at three
o'clock thia afternoon ssy Napoleon is
worse, jit, is reported thats meeting of
Bonnpartists is to bo held at Chizlehurst
relative to the course to be pursued in the
event of tbo death of the cmp-ror.
TIIUKATE.VKD.
Bkknc, Jan. 8. The Swiss federal gov
ernment has threatened to use vigorous
measures againt the canton of Viiini,
because Jesuit masters have boon tolerat
ed in the schools.
FIRES AT OSWEGO, TITUSVILXE
AND PHILADELPHIA.
: n
FIRM.
O.iweoo, Jan. 8. The Fullor & Judton
blocks, burned this afternoon. Lois about
$135,000. Insured.
TiruaviLLK, Jan. 8 Tbo works of com.
mnrvlal colliery at . Kew Philadelphia
'burnedlhtt night. L"S j'o.ooo.
PiilLvriKLriitA. Jn. 8. Cooper't flvr.
story Wood Moulding fictory on Pipe
tlrevt; burned last evening. Lois 30,000-
WEATHER REPORT.
Waiuin-oto.v. Jan. 8. Prolublllties
For Suw Kni.Ui.il 3k-rl,.Jiu atllrlv
'windI"Ifght"n.iw arid' iiurearing' cloudl.
s on riiurliy. For Mlddln states
I lling biniiuetcr, fresh southeasterly to
soutberly wimh and clear wunlher. Fr
S uthern states c ut nf MissUslnpl north
erly to northwesterly winds with gener
ally , clear wcHllicr" and low temper
ature From Ohio vallny to Lake
Erio und Michigan liii(li northerly
to wi'itrrly winds, rapidly rising baromp
lor, low trtiip.-rMuri! and clouding-but
I'artly cloudy w-thr. For Western
Gjlf tatc winds veering to westerly and
northwesterly.
MISCELLANEOUS.
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS
ON A TOUR OF INSPECTION.
FORMAL OPENING OF THE
MISSOURI REPUBLI
CAN OFFICE.
DESCRIPTION OF ITS
BUILDING.
NEW
CONGRESSIONAL.
SEN.vTE.
Wauinotoh, Jan. fr Senator Morton
offered a resolution appropriating twenty
thousand 'doUartatO' defray thu expenses
f the investigation to be made by the
comiuittra on privileges and eluctipns, in
to "lection troubles in Louisiana und Ark
ansas, by cunfertiiig authority on pursons
to bo selected by the committee to muke
investigations.
Senator Morton said it would be im
practicable for the committee to go over
the atatet in question, tuoroloro it would
bo po:essary to appoint .other persons as
s permitted by tho resolution ot tho ten-
ate. Adoptel.
Yesterduy cVnator Ilowo aikod whether
thero was not some, doubt as to tbo power
of tho senate, by resolution to authorize
ucb a commission as tho resolution pro
posed, wlth.pawof to Administer oaths and
compel attendance of witnesses:
Senator' Morton said, tbo question had
been raised, but ho did not think thero
was much doubt on tho subject.
Senator Furry of Connecticut, and
Conkling of New York, gxprysjod their
doubt of Uio power of thu senato to author
ize a olninittea fo delegate its powers to
ft commission.
Senator Thurman said that to mnko tho
commission satisfactory to tho tanato and
to thu public, it must bu composed of per
sons whose character would be a guaranty
of good faith, and as such persons must be
liberally paid, he thought $30,000 too
tmull st turn to pay tbo expenses pf inves
tigation, At to the question of author,
ity, If necessary a bill conferring all
needed authority could, be, passed by the
time the commitiionart could be found.
Tba motion of Senator Tburoian was
Mpadtd to fit to tktuorU th faanaUiUa
,ik;'j v-. v..n.f.
ETC., '
ETC.,
ITC.
t
RAILROAD COMUlBStC-SEUS.
Parsons, Jan. 8. The board of govern
ment commissioners to exatnlno tho M. K,.
and T. railroad, from Arknss river to-
R.-d river. conUlIni of Gen. Vandnvori'
of Iowa, Ju'lgo Mayo of Illlnol, and S. R
Mitchell of Now Jericy, accompanied bj
Maj ir S. L. Dkwcs nf Iowa, pased down
the roul to-night in the elegant cm
"Young America." Gen. Hristow, snlici.
tr general of tho government at Wash
Ington. MoCiHiIf of Colorado, and others ol
thu California and Texa transportation
company, accompanied tlio party, Maj i
O B. Gunn, chief engineer of tho M. K
and T. road, and II. D. Merrick, genera
freight agent, attended the party in in ol
(l.'iul capacity.
FORM 1L OrXNIN'O.
St. Louis, Jon, 8. The new Republt.
onn officii was formally opened to-day, be
ing the forty-sixth anniversary of thw on
trance into thu office as an apprentice if.
Coj. Geo. Knupp, senior proprb-tor.
Throngs of people tilled the building dur
ing the afternoon, fr.im tho press-room in
the basement, to the uewj-rooin in tbo fifth
story.
THE EDIFICE
Is a very handsome one, tbo flnett in the
city, its front! being iron of tho Rucslnr
stylo. It ho a front on Third street o'
seventy-soven foot, uud a front on CLo--
nut street one hundred nud four foot, flvo
stories in height above the payement, with.
a basement twenty1 feet deep. From tbo
side-walk to the crest of tbo dome, the dis
tance is oneshundred and twenty feet. Tbo
building contains one hun'dred and thirty
three windows of large size and pinto glass.
It has boon two yearn in courso of erection,
and cost $350,000.
Of tho enter'.ainmcnt was the' public exhi
bition of the Walter or London Times
printing muchino nnd tho Bullock press,
operating tldo by side, in working off 'tho
weekly edition of tho Republican,
i x hanquet
Was' spread In two largo rooms which
wat partukon of by hundreds of citizens.
SrKXCIlKS
Wore made by Col. Knnpp, Hon. 11. T.
BJow(,Hop, 'Jito, Hngan, and Hon. Jno.F.
Darby; lovcrai ojjiit "cltlions of tho city.
The Republican to-morrow will devote
elghteon to twenty columns in describing
the new building, machinery, etc.) together
with a history ,of (ho paper frpni 1808, the
datopf Its ustabllshmom, It claims that
it hat tbo handsomest and best appointed
building for printing purposes in " the
'World'. ': , ,!,
eat
I i
ing 10c, middling lSi)c, middling
Orleans ltfc.
Cincinnati, Jan. 8. Flour firm at $8
8 26. Wheat scares t $1 65, and other
grains quiet. 'Co ton nominal at 19c
Whiskey firm at 89c. Pork firm at $12
13 75, bulk meats firm and unchanged;
bacon firm and uncbange; groeri meats
quiet and unchanged. Hoes tttdy at S4
4 20; principal sales at $4 ICQ t 12). Re
ceipts 9,914. Lard Brm and unchanged.,.
RIVER NEWS.
Hlaeamil rail r tie mr.
Tot 31 hours tading at 3 p.m. Ja. t, H71.
Homo Adivcrtsioment.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
STATIONS.
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MAKKET REPORT.
St IjhVIs, Jan. 8. Flour very quiet;
little doing. Wheal lower; for spring No
J, 24c. Corn higher, 30c, Oat higher J8e
Kvo and barley, nothing doing. Whisky
Uull, (tic. Provisions, nothing doing.
Lard quiet, "C. Uos 11 r m at $3 S&$3 Hi,
mostly $3 70J3 "5.
Ciiicaoo, Jn. 8. Receipts from 11pm
to Hum 14,224. Trains due with antici
pated receipts for tin day with 30,000 (o
35,000. Market active $o$10 ; lower I
extreme range $:l 003 9j. Rulk Sales
$3 7o$3 80. Cattlu dull and unchanged.
Nkw YoitK, Jan. 8. Flour firm. Wheat
quiet but steady, $1 C01 GT; red $1 600
1 61; amber $l 001 'JJ. Corn quiet but
steady, 00c Oats quiet but steady, 47
G'Jc. Meta pork quiut but firm $13 76.
Lrd quiet but firm 8c; quotations nominal.
Whitkey quiet, nominally OIJ0O3. Gold
Ciiicaoo, Jsn. 8. Flour steady 1gbt
oiiquirv. Weat irregular and actlre for
future $1 20,2l 21 cash and January; $1
22jl 22) February; 1 241 25
ilutcb; No 1 crce nominally il 24.
Corn dull eaier 30c cash Jauuary; 31 Jc
February; 31 Jc March;s.Co Mav; 37c Juno.
UU quift 24J-4c cash January; 25
2.'c February; 2&c March; 2GJc April;
29jc May. Rye Arm and saleable
at 60a llarlcy quiet and
Urin 66C7c cash Janury;
(57 Jc February. Provlrlons quiet, holders
aim- Pork told at $12 March; $12 25
Apiil; nominally $11 CO cash. Lard
aaieiytnOatirMtlly ii-.ck January. 8.
1. bams quiet but steady at 78)8c;
green hams steady. 6c l8,pojiiu avura-.-e;
c 17 average; 7Jifc 16 average; 7Jc
lb average; other green meats steady;
'boulders 33e; rough sides 404c;
long clear and ebort ribs 65c; short
clear 61r'i''; boxed family lield; shoul
ders Bfe; snort rib and lone clear Cc
WhUkey steady, saleable 88c, held ut
881c.
it kw Orleans, Jan. 8. Arrived: Dexter,-
Mollio Moore and Mary Miller. De
parted: Tom Jasper, Armadillo, Crercent
City and barge. Receipt, Hour 3,804,
corn 17,512, oats 1,206, buy 889, bacon, 41
caks, 20 boxe, haute .40 tierces, lard 320
tierce-,0 kegs, whlikey 168, cotton 10,627.
Flour quiut; sopor $0 60; double $7 12);
low treble 7 2007 75; good $88 60;
.eliolco 9. Corn dull; mixed 08c; yellow
.70c; white 72c. Oats dull, 4850c. U
"on in good demand, 5l(ijc; nams 17J
ISo. Lard 5J-J; keg Uj'Jj. Cotton in
fair demand, ivl Sterling 2IJc
Night Report '
ST. Louis, Jan. B Flour lirm,X $5 C0
0 25; XX ( C07 2J; XXX 7 2
i' 75. o i,ut dun, Mo rpriug lower;
No 2 red fall $1 &4l 55 Corn firm and
.t traction higher; -No 2 mixed 30c; No 2
ut to luixtd Uti Jo. Oats firm, Ho 2
mixed 28c. ll-.rl.-y unchanged, H i 00
On j choice IK'Jic. Ryo no sales, No 2
.jf, m.iiiiy ut-iu uiguer. rorK quiot ut
l CjJ(2)12 Sail moat quiet, wero buy
irs at 4u,ij(3)ti?) but packers generally
tked Jo iiiguui; bacon Very quiet and un
'iniiigeU. Aurd quiet, 77Jc prune steam.
JoO'na very' firm 'with upward tendency;'
it o 20j.'3J:. . Sugar quiet, Louilaiih
llJuon ur-jval. Motntet firiii', 6o
iuo prune to choice plantation. ligliWiio
lull at 'J Ic. Cattle dull, no supply, ship
Ping grades, 'i'cxan $1 o(l 50; good to
extra tiutito i4 6l0. nogs quiet at
.;3 41104, mostly ?3 SI 3 85. Receipts,
d.UUo; packed to date 3uj.b00.
CtiiuAOo, Jan. 8. Flour quiet. Whe
sleadv, Mo 1 sprint; 1 2,1; No 2 l
s, oi; si 12 February; Mo 3 l U6J1 u7.
Corn steudy Hp 2 mixed 8jJ3u,i spot;
3ljc Fubruary.' 'Oats steady Mo i 24J
Jt jo. Ryo In good demand, Mu 2 O0JoZc.
Uarley steady, Ha 2 fall 00c. Provision
qus'ei and buyers demanding concessions
which bidders refuso to make. Mimi pork
ill 00011 03 spot and January; $11 0i
Murull. Lard quiet und a shade easier
7 1-lCc cash. Green hams in good demand
0JbJo for .18 to 14 lb) average Grouu
liuuluurs $3 353 60; middles steujy,
ahori clear Ojc; new boxed bacon is offered
ut 5Ju for shouldurr; 7o for c r; 7o for
clear yacked. Whiskey firm demand
light.
Mxw Yokk, Jank 8. Flour in fair de
niuud and steady; super S60S0 50, com
mori to good extra $7 10$7 05 ; white
wheat, extra 7 757 00. Whisky 3
gjjc.'Wheat dull apd heavy, Mu 3 spr,
$1 321 38, Mo 2 $1 00. Ryo quiet and
unchanged. Hat lor dull and quiet. Com
qUlct und shade eesler, good Old Western
mixed afloat 0C00jc, New 6606jc.
Oats stronger. Coffee firm, Sugar dull
hiuI unchanged. Pork firm; moss $13 75
14, prime 1414. 00. Reef dulj and
unchanged ; cut meats steady; shoulders
ojc ; hams 9l0o ; middles steady, S C
"jc, Fobruary IJc, long clear January
eje, spot 0 13-1 Co. LariLwoaker; now, to
prime steem 7J9c.
Nw Orleans, Jan. 8. Flour, XXX
$7 2507 B0, family $9 50$10. Corn de
clined 05c. Oats quiut 48050c. Dran$l 40.
Hay, prime 133, choice $40. Pork dull
mess $13 T5; shoulders 6Jc, sides scarce
usviiuac. liuru ariuer rjyjojc, acme o.
glic. Sugar 00jo for inferior, ,C)0O)o
common, fair to tuliy fair 7J8jo. Mo
lasses in good demand, Centrifugal 36
40c. common 45059c, fair to choice B30
ao. Whisky,. Louisiana 98c, OlHcionaTl
88a. Coffee llMtlBk. Oatton, btltt'M..
000s Mod to ordlaary 11 low sUMm
Cincinnati
Lout mile, ..
Mcmphlt. .rf.
VU k burl
Nhilc.
New Urleau.
Fun Smith. ..
iJll.lttle Kock ..
...iKlorence
ajfjecl. flleUw high water. iRUlne.
OfiUJ. l'HOMA- L. WAI'SON,
Obierrer SIk. Ser. U.S.A.
St. Loin, Jan. 8. The river continues
to fall; ho movement in the ice to-day.
Weather turned i o,d last night, mercury
hat liuun suverul degree below the
Iron nx point ever since, and it is grow
ing mil colder to-night.
New Oblkanb, Jan. 8. Arrived: Billy
Collins and barge-; Arlington; Mary Mil
ler, Evaosvillr; Mollis Moore, til. Lnuli;
Duster. Cairo; Hello Lee, Memphis De
parted: r.dinburg. Weather cloudy and
plaaiit.
Vicksiil'ko, Jan. 8. Down: Pargoud,
John II. Maud. No boats up to-day.
Clear uud cool; stationary.
Cincinnati, Jan. 8 'River stationary.
Departed: Minneola, New Orleaus pack-
el and coal fleets.
Mau villi, Jan. 8 River runs slowly
and hat 13 foot at Uarpelh ahnle. Clear
and ecld. Arrived, Tyrone, Cairo; Jno,
S. Uransford, Upper Cumberland. De
parted, Tyrone, Cairo.
Kvasville, Jan. 8. Weather cold,
mercury 20 to 3Z ana railing, ttivor
rising rapidly, 18 inches last night, and
full of hnTV ice. Tim Evanavillo arrived
and landed below tbo dry dock. No boat
but 3 barges passed down to-day, 2 landed
below me city.
LouiaviLLK. Jan. 8. 10 fuet C inches
canal: 8 feet chute: mine this evenine.
Taratcon up from Tell City, Mary Hous
ton left for New Orleans, going over falls.
Loncworth laid up at Utlia 8 miles above.
nt 2 p. m., probably be down in the morn
ing. Hiram Hill, a Ivor, says tno iiuoit net
mile ot .Mad I ion wnari in I leet watr;
can not be raised un'll tne water raits.
Ice tolerablv heavy this mornine, but this
evening it is soft and thinning out.
MISCELLANKOCM.
IDLEWILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
Levee.
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
MEAD
Always on hand, and at the lowest mark
price. Also a good article of
OOW 3T1 33 33 3D
Very cheap. Leave orders at UALLLDAY
RROTIIERa, or apply at the ulll.
10-4-dtl.
FRED HOSE
MSn.CHrji.asrT rr .A.iiiO:R.
i
NO, 104 COUUXRCIAL AVKNUt,
French, 8cotch and American caaaimeret
of all colon, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up InMhe
LATEST STYLE,
And at the lowest price. A line lit and first
claaa work guaranteed. Satlslactlon In cv
ly respect warranted. '
LIMK
CEMENT I
JAMES ROSS,
oastia ra
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMOaC
LIMB!
Conimeroiul-av., Foot of Eleveuth-r,
Best quality of Lime and Cemoatal,,
ways on band, and for talo at tbo
very lo vetflgiui for cash.
vhtnicianh.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Wtll rctntne the practice ot hit profession
with especial reference to thu electrics
treatment ol diseases 1b all the now and Im
proved methods of application.-
In nil cones of temalo complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
OUlce, 128 Commercial avenue, up Btalrs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
SESIDE.N01-J-.no. 91 Thirteenth strttt, be.
i tweea Washinftton avenua anil Walnut street,
ce UiComnferc lilTrnil, qp utalr.
O. W. DUNNING, M, D.
EaiDttNOI!coror Ninth and .Walnut t,
A)rare corner Hulb strsal and Ohio leva.
urncw hour from a. in. to in m,. and 9 p.m
H. WAKDNER. M. D.
DBflDKNOK-Oorner Nlnetienth street anil
JLV Washington avemue, near court hnuae. ui
See over Art er'aOrucerjHtore, Orao llourslrom
10a.m. to U m. aad nm a to4n. m.
DR. R, BLUM,
Surgeon .tod 3Uohtoical
TD DBILSr T 1ST!
Offlet, Commercial Avenue betwten Ninth
and Tenth ttruots,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
t wauld retnootfully aaneunc to the Cltl-
mm of Ctlro aad Surroundlue Country,
that I have opened aa ofUo for ut pracltoa
en mj Mweeava ;m .vaavava
pltee, wmn X hope to receive ashore ol the
It'MtMMeTII') AH.MmMiWl! t
van saat eUsttal war k alaisU aava bm a eaJL
b,6i44 x is.
GENERAL AGENTS
Our Hone AdVertigin.
VORWARDINfJ'AND COMMISSION'
SI KIISIH AWl'lt.
DEALERS IN FIOUK ;
And Agat of
SIl IO KtVKR AKI KAHAWnA
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo. Illinoia.
5. B. TUItTUIWOOD. P. J. TIII8TLW00l.
TUISTLEWOOD & CO.,
; ! '
GENEVA I.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
OKAUUta IN -
FLOUR, OOKN, OATS, 11 AY, ETC
7tOale Vt, CAIHO, II.U.
Z. D. f ATHUBS. B. O .UBX.
MATHUSS k UHL,
asr'oifWjri.iauiasrG
AHB SJEHBSAI.
OoMMIBSIONMKBC HANTS
DEALKBS iK
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(BuocsMor to E. B. Dendncio t Ca.)
Forwarding "and Commission
MERCHANTS,
Aa
WUABF-BOAT FROPBIETOBS.
SmS Liberal Adncmeni mod eCSfJ
lb upon Cooelunment. - eS
Are prepared to receive, 'store and torward
rrelKbta to all point and buy and
sell oa eommlMton.
vrDnlnet si tended to pmmpUv;
S. D. AYXBS. f . J, AYIHS,
' AYERS k CO.,
FLOUR
AMD
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Letik, Uaiio, I lu.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DIAUX Vf A,
HAY, OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
1 . A
FORWABDINO MIUOHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc,
AGENTS rOH FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIBO. ILLINOia.
WOOD RITTENHOU8E k BRO.
:ew
FLOUR
GtctMM CoiHloi Mtickutt
!72.FALLUNDWINTi7,S.
C. HANKY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN BUKBTIKG8,
PBINTS,
TiCKiisroa.
OHKCKS,
un
STRIPK8,
Minttt jtum, rrnu,
OASSIMBKS,
JEPIeAlSJ-ISJ-BIIia.
BLACK ALPACAS
AID
LU8TBB8,
OAOS 4rtAIN SILKS,
rrt.iKst.
LAROE STOCK OF OARl-STING
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTIKO,
Wl4w niiasla,
OILT BASDt,
NOTTINGHAM LAOB
DAktAMt.
alto KssUrc Ntah
AT
VEBY LOW FIODBE8.
OoaiSIB 8TH ST. AND OOMMWllAt-AT.,
." Stllr. nifsssrfa.
AH riTTKRM.
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
IA sriXTOlM,
0 fitter' aad number material, Wood
pnmr , ileb and anal toItc. atop
oocks, attack Talre,tc.
also aesir rot
Tnrta BraShara rtttasat Bry Umm Mr
iad fetorauoUM, Walls Oea AaSotaatle Water
Indicator aad Supply Vols for leaeo boiler.
vrtrTm'a ntoriK. noMMKaniAL-ATawri
I, CUB Eat.
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DBPCT
IS TIXTR tTBIBT,
FOB
.flv '
In' .t ,"pTT
Boar. . Bltatela, mMsssira.
Bttva datltcra, (waesdt) Wiststaw ttstsl Boar
Frtsaaca, nMrimar, teak.
PMUasrlaa, n
UBtsB,!
WaiaTfcta, BmmM rtUUM astsel O
Ites) ntaMsjtlttasj, TlTTnTtj
rait, CtaatMBt, rttuttavfts
rstsMT, cjarstex rata, Wfeltti
LeMsat, Ustaadl SMI. Aa
PUt aitMa, astUjr, a!ats1aiti
Btrwar Plata) Pattasatl
etc.
A OKNTU lor Rook Rlet rapar Ooatpaaf '
ShMlhiaa Fall aad Qaart OasasaS
n. w jloha'a laiproTad JtooOag olvajt ea
hand.
8. WALTERS,
lAUBIH
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
- - o terjr darlpU,
LATO, BHINOLKS, OBDAB POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
obdkks 8oli0itbd.
Steamboat- Lumbsb,
raralih4 aa f Wfisa iattc.
ComBMro'ul-tT, bat lOtk aj4 HUi-atg
OAIBO lUJWani.
Td
fXSAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
It'prapand to tJppiy ciMtsasar with Ut
aoalily of k
PITTSBURG AND' ILLINOIS
COAL.
OKOEKS left at HalUdaT Bros, oflea, 7
orio UVBR, or at tha Coal TarVl balow U
St 'Charles Hotel, Will raoclvo proaspt atttav
tton. Tha Tea "Xoxtavk" will brlag aaaj
aJBtTti4 to taaart at any hewr.
THE
CAIRO PRICE -CURRENT
. ISSUID81iMJ.WMKLY.
DAYS OP 1WUI TUKSp A Y AUD nUDAK
once la th .BHBtMa BaMsaff, eoraarat
Jo tha JMktia aMMsaff,
3jaAl ( amtlUat to ttjk asAaarlb
ert,wttsTAa4fearlatUa UU tta gm
MlMBi. Mm M Btf BlBrtil. aaTaiaa
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