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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 11, 1873.
OUR CHURCHES. '
Preaching, Sabbath lit 10 m.w. unit 7) p.B)
I'rnycr meetlntr, Wednesday at 74 n. in.
lalihsth Ki-hool. 3 iun. J. M. Lansdcn. 8u
porlntvmlctit. Rev. II. Tiuvrit. Pastor
dKTHODIST.-Cor. Eighth unci Walnut St,
I'rrnchliiK. Sillilmlh at 10) a.m., ant) 7 p. in
JIIURCU OK TI1K REDEEMER-HlKo-
Mnrtiln;; prayer. Sabbath 10 ii.ra.
Kvcnlnir prayer. 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, l a.m.
Kiev. K. Coan, Hector.
eT. PATIUCK'8 CHURCH Ninth 8t. ond
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10, a.m.
immiii at luj a.m., mi" i . u
ot 3. p.m. if. W. htlllwell,
nt. Ukv. P. L. Thompson,
cttieni, 7 IMU.
ibath School. 2 p.m.
Nirvlf tlrv ,lv. H n.m.
Ukv. P. 5. O'Hallohan, Priest.
M. JOSEPH'S CHUBCII.-Ocrman,) cor
ucr ol Walnut and Crom street.
.Mass, ccry babbatu at 10 oVIouk a. Ba.
Vtsptrs, 2 p. m.
Mau dui'Inir Wi'i-k ilari. 8 o Vlock a. m.
Bkv. O. HorvuAS, Priest.
UElUlAli. LUTUstftAltCIIlJIICli Will
ireet between Washlugtou Avenue Mid
Walnut ttrcct. . , ,
l'rcaelilnir Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
.Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. ra. II. O.
'1 hlelccke. Superintendent.
Ukv. Uoii't. Iln.ni", Pastor
t'Ol'NO MEN'S CIIUIST1AS ASSOCIA
TION. IC-ffular meeting second .Monday
each month at their mom mer Rockwell
.V Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
We ekly Prayer meeting, Priday, 7) p.ui.at
I.. W. Stili.wei.l, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Conic Sycamore and rorty
l!rt directs. Preaching fcabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and :i o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Tho church lit connected with the Illinois
AMiclatlon, by tho rind -Ml-sioiiary 11 -p-tUt
( hurch id Cairo.
Hi.v. Summon l.roNAitn, Pastor.
PItlCAN METHODIST. Pourteentb, be
wcin Walnut and Cedar,
en Ice. Sabbath, II a.m.
bbalh School, I j p.m.
.an mceU at 3 p.m.
KCOND FREE WILL BAITIST'-Plf-trentb
Street., betwin Wahiut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath, 1 and 3 p. m.
Rev. N. Kicks, Putor.
KllKK WILL I1APTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCIIOOI Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry ' Barracks.
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Kelley, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a, in. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m. John anllaxter
aud Mary Stephen, Superintendents.
ItEV. T. J. SllOKES, Pattor.
SECOND BAPTIST cnURCH-Fourteeuth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Service, Sabbath, tl a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Urv. Jacob Uiuhlev, Elder.
AIRO'COMMANDEKY, No. 13.-Statcd
AaMMWhr at the Aayruin Mjuonlc Hall, Ami
aud third Saturday, in each month.
JAlltU COUNCIL, No. . Regular Convo
cation at-Maaoulc Hall, the wcoud Friday
in each mouth.
CAIRO CI I A ITER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Mawnlc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIRO LODOE, So. 337 r& A. M. Regu
lar C iiniimnlcation at Manonlc Hall, tlie
ecouJ mill fourth Himiluyof cacli uiouib.
ALEX.VNDER LODUE, 33a Meuta In O.ld
Fellow.' Hall, In Arter'n bulldlug, every
Thur.day evening ut 8 o'clock.
OovernorIohn M. Palmer ;
Lleutenant-Govenior .luliu Dougherty ;
Secretary of Slate Edmund Rutumcl ;
Auditor or SUtc-C. E. Mpplncutt:
State Treanurer E. N. Uatea ;
Supt. Public In.tructlon-Ne wton Ilateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
'leprencntatlvea for the SUte-at-Largc S.
RcpreaenUtiv TUlrteentli DUtrtct lohn
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY. .
Senator., Pint District T. A. E. Uolcomb,
t Uulon, and S. K. Olb-on, of OulLitln.
RciireaenUtlvv, Kiret District H. Waton
Judge V. J. Baker, or Alexander. -Proaecutlng
Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Clerk-lt. S. Yoetitn.
Sheriff A. U. Irviu.
Wm. Martin AcHor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Brois.
Aanociate J. E. MeCrite and S. Marchit-
Clerk Jocob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Oo.aman.
Mayor John M. Lunsden.
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. U. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Brou and B. Shan
netsy. Chief of Police L. II. Myera.
Mayor John M.- Lanmlen,
Flrtt Ward-P. O. Schuh.
Second Ward-C. H. Woodward.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward 8. Staata Taylor.
Clty-at-Large W. P. Ilalllday and D.
BOARD OF ALDEIIMEX.,
First Ward -James Rcarden, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Becond Ward R. II. Cunningham, E. Bu
der, Q. Stance), James Swuync.
Third Ward-Win. Stratton, J. B. Phlllli.
Fourth Wurd-Jno. 11. Roblnwu, G. II.
Seac. J. II. Metcair.
jjii dUA.it. mnii A- i'iii'ij.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William B, Ureen. l
Willl.m B Uiltstrl, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
MUM r. Gilbert, j
HTflpMia. ttUntioa given ie Admlialty sod
XltriOI OHIO X.ITB4, BOOWI T AVC OTBB
C1TT VATIWAX. BAIIB.
THE MUCMT-GOVERKED STATE
ANOTHER ADDRESS TO THE
PEOPLE OF THAT STATE.
GOV- O0T.KMIY NOMINATED FOR
UNITED STATES iJSNATOit.
1 EST1MONY IN THE CALDWELL
THE FK&NCU MINISTER ON THE
DEATH OF NAPOLEON.
New Oiii.rAN., Jnn. JO. Tho Fuil.n
lugttlHliire li fully organized. At tw p.
m. .Somitur Mc.Mclan, nccompaiiled by
Senator Jnk, NnlutiJ, Sveord.,
Todd, Wurrell and lluiiiaclicr,
who to-day withdrew from KellogL'' en
atf, took their feat in tho PutUm cnate,
and hiued nn hddrcM to th pcoplo of
Louisiana, In which they Unto: "Wo nro
fur the Republican form of government.
Wo Imve acted with tho Republican part),
hut we cannot function thocouria thithas
boon pur md in tbe itato by the Pincb.
back Kuvornment, arid lx)!iivc no right
thinking person or clan, no matter what
political party, can iintain them in their
gron violation of tho rlyhu of
the people and their rcckleu
and Intoluranl courie. The organization
of tho lonate and houic wc conilder ai rev
ulutlonary. Senator! legally elected have
been dupUred, and thoto whom then de
feated havo been put in their placer.
Member of tho legislature roturned b
both board, have been ignored and their
placet filled by defeatt-d candidate. I'rti-
scriptivo legitlxtiun ba been ruthed hur
riedly through j proclamation havo been
mado prohibiting peaceful aitcmblieH;
citizens, by nn executive who hold his of-
flee without tho color of right and 1 iw and
populur will, havo been lu detltd and out
raged thai we feel that we cannot act with
tho body, or lupport' an executiere wbn
for prty endi would link every veitigo
of liberty in it final grav.
TUB CALDWKLL I.VVKSTIO ATION.
AVahiiinqtun, Jaii. 10 Tho icnatc
committee of election tbl morning ex
Hinined ex-Congrfi'man Sidney Clarke in
rt-gard to hi con venation with Senator
Caldwell during the latt day, when
Clarku and hi suppuricr went over t"
Cldwull and ele tl him. Clarke tcti-
tied that hu poko or Caldwell's crivn
purely n inomy ir.nirtcilun. Caldwell i
plied that thu succeu would take uwy
The committee then took u rcceii.
There w a great ru.h among tho wit
nette from Kan,us on thu committee, ml
ecking to be examined firt, and all ( iv-
ing u u renfun thu almlutu iie'eity ul
elt.ng buck hi loon hs pn-si llu to take
part in thu fenuloriul contett. Oue man
iuid, though lie whs n Democrat, ho wi.
in a great hurry too, a ho was undcratoud
lu control two voti-i.
Thos. Carni-y, ex-CongreHinun Uliirk
Dmiel M. Adam, Col. I). 11. Anthony.
W. S. Burke, '1 hu ma l Anderson, Jno. 1).
Perry, Uon.Thui. Moonlight, Judu Win.
S)jrigg, General F. Siinth, Jud,;o S. P.
Mather, Col. E. W. Dennis, D. A. Com
stock and Frod Hunt, uro uuiorig tho im
portant witnexe in tho caie, though lonn
of them hivo not yet been lumraoned. It
s taid that the pxriiz in id Caldwell in
KuniMS openly claim that Andnnon ha
been silenced and other witnetses intimi
dated. Sidney Clark U urging u full In
vestigation into thu whole matter, and it
i believed that Scnutor Trumbull who
represents tho mtijority of the com
mitteu will soo that no whitewashing la
indulged in, should any bo attempted.
It Is stated that
To prevent thu books of Scott & Oi, and
of tho First Nutlomil B.mk of Ltavn
wogh, from being brought before the
Ciiicao , Jan. 10. In tho Republican
lesislativo caucus at .Springfield last nigh',
Gov. R. J. Oglciby was nominated for
United States enator.
THE 1'IIKNCII MINISTKIt.
New' York, Jan. 10. It li stated in a
Washington, special that tho French min-
i'ter there remarked on tbn death of Na
poleon: 'Thoempiro is doad, now that tho
mnn has died." Tho minister does not
think hi death will mako any change In
tho situation In Franco. It will only do.
stroy tho fallacious hopes of his fuw por.
sonal ndherunts who still' cherished tho
idea of his rotorniln.
Wasiiinotov, Jnn. 10 Senator Wil
son Introduced a bill for tho appointment
of a commission on prohibitory liquor leg
illation. Senator Amei introduced a bill to throw
open all brandies of tho army to all citl
sons, Irrespective of race or color.
On action of Senator Morton, th oom.
mitteo on ehctlons Was allowed to sit dur
Ing thu session of the senate, while Intel
llgating the chnrget against Senator Catd
whII of Kntisni.
The bill to nmend tho National banking
a'-t and provide for n return to specie pay
ment, wu taken up, Senator Bucking
ham spoke in favor of it.
Tho vice-pro ildont presented tho rersoni
of tho legielaturoof Mussuchusctti reiimri
stratlng ngulnit tho passage of. the bill
which provides that tho names of bUlo
with fellow-citizens shall not bo contained
In tho i.rniy remitter, or bo placed on the
reijlmetilHl colors of thu United Sialic,
which were ordered to Hu on thu tablo
and bo prfnttd,
On motion of Mr, Wilson of Indiana,
select committee No, S on tho Crrdit'Mir
bilier matter was permitted ,Jovij Manila
fio soiiTon' of thu iiomo und employ a
Dm homo went into committee of tho
wholu on the legislative, executive und J j
diciul appropriation bills.
An amendment to increaso the appro
priations lor the bureau of education wa
ilUcuisod at some length by Sli"lliib,iri;er,
Cox, Beck, Townsend, Burchurd, Funis
worth, Binghum ur.d others.
Mr. Beck deniunced the principal of
bureuu us a part of n scheme to centraliza
tion and consolidation by which already
one.'.lilid of thu itates were controlled,
and by which senators and representatives
so called, occupied seats by Federal au
thority. It Ha part' of a scheme which
looked to nb'orption, by tb government!
of thu railroad', telegraph and expren
line of tho country, urd which would
mako tho president of tho United Slate as
thorough an autocrat a thu emperor of
tho empiro ol Austria, or thu Czir
of Russia. Ho argued that this
was no time to engage in
such vast enterprises, und that congress
ought lather bo endeavoring to rnVku
taxation a lighter burden, and enforce
economy und honest administration. He
shoned that in seven years, from ISCu to
1852, tlie government JlMdcollected from
custom" and revenuo $3,000,000,000, and
hid realized from sale of stores $135,0 JO,,
during tho same period tho pot-olQcu de
partment hud collected $125,030,000, and
tho p-ttcnl office department $lj00,000.
Total amount received into tho treasury
during that period ho stated to bo $3,402,
S30,41'J, out of.whlch tbn debt hud been
reduced by payment ST- 390,ull, leaving
tlie sun of $J,Tlpi:;0,011 to bo accounted
for, beln at the rate of $TJo,019,0S7 n
y -ar, nnd yet he said the gontlemen talked
a'n'U'conorny, reduction of expenditures,
and honest administration.
The debate was further continued by
Messrs. Sargent, Kerr, Stvvensnn, Storm,
Pierre, Muynard, Hoar, Howley of Con
necttrut, nnd Garfield. A vote was taken
and the amendment rejec'od.
I keeper; Henry W. Williams, broker, and
Solomon Marx, ihocmaksr. Tbe cou t
a u.i IN u. ANTHONY.
BurrALo, N. Y, Jan. H.-Busan B.
Anthony was brought beTore Judgo Hall
In the United States coirt to-day,' in
charge of tbe United States marshal, on a
writ of habeas corr ui After Consultation
between counsel, the hearing of the erne
was postponed to the 21st, at tho court to
bo held at Allmnr.
TRAINS SNOWKD IN IN SOUTH
WHOLE TKAINS BURIED IN
A JURY OBTAINED IN THE
Milwaukee, Jn. lu. Reports from
tho Iowa dlvi.iun of the Milwaukee nnd
S . I'.i ii I railroad say sluluhs havo sue
cueded ill reaching thu trains snow btfund
between Connovur und Itidgeway, ai'd
hivo rescued the pustchger. Superin
tundont Prynr telegraph that twelve
freight train uro snowed in between Mc
Gregor and Austin. Tho snow is packed
o tight that snow plows have no effect
upon It, nnd it nUI havo to bo shoveled
ut. AM that can be seen nf fount of tho
trains 1 hero und.thera a brake just pro
truding aliovo thu snow, und nothing but
thu top of the snioku stack of tho. engine
in irk tho whereabouts - of some.
Tliu thermometer ranges from twenty to
twenty-five degrees below zp'm, and the
wind is u perfect gale. Thu drivers who
drovu the tonus of roliuf are budly frozen.
Thu railroad company I doing till that Is
p issiblo to rellcivo the delayed passengers,
id reopen thoirroad.
1 UL MO 1100 WAR.
San Fiuscisco, Jan. In. On January
5th dipt. Kelly commanding u purty of
twolvu soldiur;, who was sent to recoil
nolirn Capt. Jack's cump, met n party of
Indian1. Firing opened on both sides,
without effect. Tho Modocs weru situated
behind Intrenchmonts, but soon ciimii out
in strong forrv, driving thn soldiers from
the ground, Nono wuru killed or woundod
on cither side. Tho ttoops liuvo bun
working to geta Howitzer in position to
storm the Modoc camp. They havo been
about two week preparing for thii Impor
New VonK, Jan. 10, Thoro is some
oxcitemonl at Poughkepsiu at tho disco"
ery tliat un et;ounty treasurer, who Is
now undcrarrcst, hud del'rjuded the, coun
ty out of about one hundred itnd Ufty thou
sand dollars, ( '
TUB TWEED Ca'sE,
New Yoiik, Jan, 111. In the Tweed
case to-day, Peokhum, of tho counsel, per
emptorily challenged tho third juror,
Michael Sheppard, who has already ac
cepted, and that gentleman said that tho
ground of challenge was that tho juror
was Intimate with a clerk of Tweed. The
following jurors weroobtained, completing
the Jury i Samuel O, Haines, restaurant
PARTICULARS OP THE DEATH
TILE LAST HOURS OP T1& EM
THE EMPRESS OVERWHELMED
TIME AND PLAf'E OF FUNERAL
NOT YET DECIDED UPON.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
particulars of napoleon's death.
London, Jan. 10. Empress Eugenie
nnd all the household at Chiitlhurst were
prcient at the bedside of Napoleon when
ho died. Tho emperor showed slight
SIONS OK C0.VbCI0V8NF.S8
Towards his last moments, and spoke to
tho empress twice, in a very fceblo tone
of voice. Tho last indication of lilo was a
THE EMI'EsH knelt
And kissed her dying husband. Sho.was
completely overcome by her emotion, and
fainted at the bedside. Tho prince im
perial, who had been summoned by tele
graph from Woolwich, arrived at Chisel
hurst fifteen minutes after the death of the
emperor. Ho wis
And kisied the face of his dead father
several thr c.
A POST MORTEM
Examination of hi remains is to mode U
day. The body will Ho in stale seven 1
da vs previous to tbe funeral. The Em
press Eugenie knelt at tho bedside several
hours ufier tho death of -the cmporor, and
engaged in prayers. . Her majesty, Queen'
Victoria, sent a
MESSAGE OF CONIIOLS.NCK
To the Empress. The Prince of Walei
and Prince Tcck visited Cbiselhurst yes
terday. The emperor will probably le
placed temporarily in St. Mary's church.
A dispatch from
Says that the news caused a great impres
sion in that town. Tho Bonaparte mem
bers in the National assembly left tbe
chamber upon thu receipt of the intelli
gence. Many will come to London, ulieie
Prince Napoleon, Princes Matilde, l!ou
her Fleury and others aro expected. '1 he
new was received throughout tho prov
inces with great regret.
1 expressed' for thu empress. Tho Lon
don journals publish highly laudatory
A dispatch frym Cbiselhurst this morn
ing says the Empress Eugenie is more
composed, but she is still very much pros
trated, and tees no one but her nearest
ARRANGEMENTS Ton THE FUNERAL
Havo not yet been derided upon.
R uher Fleury and several other welr
known Bona arllsts have arrived at Cliif
elhiir't. Telegraphic dispatches aro being
received from distinguished persons in nil
quarters, expressing their deepest sympa
thy for the empres'.
London, Jan. 10. Empress Eugmle
will soon lsuo a proclamation to the
French poplo announcing that she as
sumes the n gency during her son's mi
A post mortem examination of the em
peror's remains was concluded at Chlsol
buret this afternoin, und shows that the
immediate causo of deuth wu n failure of
action of the heart. The body will bo
empalmcd and lie in itato. Thu dute and
plate of funeral have not yet been ap
pointed. It is probable, however, that
tho luneral ceremonies will tako place in
tho Roman Catholic church, near tho irn
Prince Mural and Prince Charles
Bonaparte arrived nt Cbiselhurst to-day.
Washinotom, Jan. 10. For New En
gland brisk northwesterly and westerly
winds, fulling temperature and very gen
erally clear wnuther. For South Atlantic
and Middle states northerly to westerly
winds and very generally clour and cold
wealher. For Gulf statos northeasterly
and southeasterly winds and clear wcathor
with rising temperature.. Frr.m Tennes
son nnd Lako Erlo and lower Michigan,
winds backing to southwesterly. From
Miiisouri und Kansas to Lake Michigan
and Haporiorand Minnesota southeasterly
winds, cloudy weather and posslblv light
Cincinnati, Jim 10. Flour and wheat
Arm and unchanged; other grains steady.
Cotton quiet and unchanged. "Whiskey
Arm at 89c. Pork Unn it $12 50; bulk
meat "and boon flrni and. unchanged;
green meats firm; shoulder 3f3e; clear
rib Gjc; ham unchanged. Hog. IS;
reeit.. ia,4oo. Lard Arm and un
River has fallen 10 inches: 29 ftt 4
Chicaoo, Jo. lO.-Wheat Am for
cash $1 2 1 4 lowor for future; $1 Til Febf
ury. Corn steady 2ojo bid cash; 3ltc
rcuruar.v. UNO tllgUer VtMgJb:
Proyl.ions a. tiye, strong and . biiiher.
Pork $11 80 spot; western 11 25 Marcl.
Lar.l 7 20. Meat J higher all round.
Whlikey steady 88J. 11. g receipts I,
700; activnand higher $3 77(3)4 10.
New Okleans, Jan. 10. Arrlvid: City
01 Q,u!iicy. Reselpis. flour 1,550, corn 8,
010, oau 403 hay 112. pork 21', bacon
450cakl, 48 boxes, ham, 92 tiercel, lard
031 tierces, 277 keg, whiskey 1 16, cotton
Cfi40 Flour in tod demand; super
! 50; low XXX J7 37 j7 CO; irood $7 75
3 Corn In Mr demand, 0203c. Oats
in fair demand, 48 BsMn demand I'.m
IteJ, $1 3u. Pork dull nnd lower, $1 6i.
Bacon dull, 6Je; aides 9J0IO; hams 17,
Ifl7jc. Cotton in tnoi-rate demand
.itcrllng IVOj; sight J diseomt.
Sr. Louia, Jan. In. f lour Brm. Wheat
Arm; but very little doin. Corn higher
at 3738c. Oats higher at 27j29o. Rye
qulty.7jJ74c. Barley unchaned. WbJ-..Wef.-i!1.iTrrk
12 25 In February; dry salt, higher; pack
ed lots at 4J(aflI0J. Bacon nominal.
Lard in good demand, steam at St. Joseph
7c; keetle at Naples 71o. Hog Arm at
13 403 44.
Night Ucport 1
St. Louis, Juii. lo. Flour firm. Wheat
firm and very llttlu doing. Corn steady,
No 2 mixed 3787jc; No 2 while mixed
3 He, Oats limited supply and higher; No
2 mixed 27j28c; white 30c. Rye flyi
No. 2 747jo. Pork firm at $I212 .A;
seller February $12 23; dry salt meat
firm: shoulders 4jc; clear rib CJc; clear
side CJc; order lots Jo higher; loose clear
sides ticj bacon nominal; shoulders 6Je;
clear rib 7J7jc; clear sides 78r job
bing nnd order lots. Laid firm, good de
mand, 7c prime steam. Hlghwlne lower
at 9lJc. Cattle in better demand, fair lo
prime shlpHcfs ti ATjnt 50; good feeders
$1 3Jt 75. Hog in god demnd and
firmer at $3 334, mostly $3 753 Sl.
CAICAOO.Jan. 10. Flour quiet. Wheat
steady for ipot, but easier for future.
Crn leady, o 2 mlxul 3fJ30jo spot;
3IJ31c February,. Oats Arm No 225
Z6jo. R.so steady No 2 71c. Barlev
steady No 2 fall 6CotC7c. Provision.
active, men pork 2026c higher, $11 80
iiojcuiir, r.' -m aiarcn. Unta active
and higher 7 207 25 spot; $7 C07 55
Mnrcti. Gree ham in good demand 15
lb average 8c; 20 lb nvorage Go; bulk
meat in fair demand and blghcr.shoulders
3r; long clear nnd short rib 53c: short
clear CJc; loose J higher; packed bacon
nominal, snouiners Jji-clear rib 7e; clear
"Jc packed. Whiskey firm 88()8!)
New York, Jan. 10 Flour quiet and
steady: super 15 O.'QC 0; common to
go.al $7 107 05; Kood lo choice $7 Mfa
8; white wheat X $7 76a,9 60. Wblsley
higher, 9o90c. Wheat opened heavy
und lowor; closed steadier; ordinary No U
prind S152; ordinary No 2 Clilca.-e $153;
No 2 Milwaukee $1 C4. Rya and barley
unclianL'ed. Corn in good demand for ex",
port; old western mixed CG(oC0Jc; choice
in store 6401c; yellow western l7H8e.
O its scarce and higher; new wpslern 48
ROje; white tj(S:t. Coffee firm; rio 10
IOt!. Suuar inactive and nominal. Mo
1'isses steady. P:rk firm; mes $lC 7f(aj
19; prlmo mess $1414 50. Beef dul'.
Cut meats linn; shoulders March Cc; mid
d'es very firm; lone rib 7c; long olear
February 7e; short rib January rJc. L-ird
Mrmi No I lo prlmo steam "i81c: kettle
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTOK-lV. "
Our Home. Advrtisn. . ,
Rlsennil t'Hllort'ie K(ter.
For 21 hours endiac sNp.n. Jan. 10, 172.
(I U ..
I itile KocL ...
fikUw hixh water. SKIiinf.
1'HOMA5 L. WaTSON,
Observer SU. Scr. U. S. A.
Louis vi' le, Jan 10. River 4 inches,
10 lout 4 ilicho canal, 8 feet 4 inc es
ehute. Clear and cold, mercury range I
from z-ro to tlx degrcos belo', but now
Evansville, Jan. 10, Clear and cold,
mercury 4 to 18 degress. Wind west.
Itiver risen 2 feet; crowded with heavy
ice. Jno. Kilyour nccioss point below but
unablo to uet up tbroijgii gorge at the
head of Hutch Bend.
Nasuvillk, Jan. 10. River falling
rapidly, 8 feet Uarpeth sboles. Weather
fair and cold. Departed, F. P. Orecev
Vicksddbo, Jan. 0' Down, LaBarge;
up, Tom Juper, Alaska and barges. Clear
xiiil cold. River falling,
Cincinnati Jan. 10 River 28 feet 0
inches und fulling. Juncatu arrived from
Auioraand Andes from Wheeling. Ice
making fast und vcrv heavy. Weather
clear' to-day. Tlicmomccsr lOdegrc.sat
7 o clock this evening.
Mkmi iii-, Jan 10.- River rislnc slowly.
WoithiT clear and cold. Arrived: La
Hurgo, Now Orleans; Clarksville, Arkan
sas river. Departed: Colossal,last night
for St. Louis; Mary Poo and Henry Ames,
New Orleans; Utah, Arkansas rivor.
New Orleans'. Jan. 10. Arrivoil
Commonwealth, Calio. Departed, John
B. Maud, Chicot City. Werther clearing
PirTKUORO, Jan, 10 River falllne vorv
slowly, with I) feet 12 Inches; Mercury 13,
No departures. Arrived, Krrangi',
Ico forming very rapidly, and the present
indications aro that navigation will soon
ba closed. The A Hot; tinny was forming a
large quantity of Ice this afternoon.
POnWAllDINQ and COMMISSION
Contractor and Builder
Has returned to Cairo and Is prepared to
take contract for
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS
And' especially rofers to hi past record in
Cairo iih a builder.
Ilcudmiarters at It. II. Oinninchniii'a
Commercial atomic. Helercneea toltecd.t
.mum, it. ji. wunmiigiiam and John Wood,
G. M. ALDKN,
Lata or Thomas & Alden,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, 4c.
No, 135 Ohio Lkvee, Cairo,
'Cash advance on Good on aluht. .
' ltstKKRBNCsta: City National Bauk of
Cairo, Vint MatUmal lauk ofCtileaKO.
DEALERS IN PJ OUR ;
An.l AgCU nt
BIO RIVKX A3D KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvke,
N. n. THIBTLEWOOD. p. J. TB ISlUWOOD.
THISTLEWOOD & CO.,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, KTC
78 OstU , CAIRO, ILLH.
t. D. MATUCSa.. 1. O .UHl
MATHUSS & UHL,
C O M M I 3 S I ON M E R C HANTS
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(BueccMor to E. B. Hendrie A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adranermeiila mad crS1
IS" ou CoDiKamDM. tBV
Are preurvd to receive, store and lorwtrd
freight lo all poiata sud bay asul
Mil on comsaiMina,
limine undt lo pmrnpllr.
S. D. AYIHS.
JC. J. AVERS.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMIS DEALER IS
HAY, OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - . - ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
, Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS toe FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAOlO.'lLLINOIS.
JOHN li. PHLLIS k SON,
iBueetMorate John H. Chillis, I
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran. 4c.,
Com. XKTD-fiT abp, OHIO LX7X
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
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KUITXrOST JIAJM, rKTSU,
GAOS 1KAIM. SILktH, '
LARUE STOCK OF OAKl-XTINa
It 1st stssUr Mm
VERY LOW FIOUXI0.
CORKER BTH ST. A WD COMM ACTIX-AT.,
winm Asist ijicaa.
R. SMYTH ft CO
WHOLESALE G ROCKED,
A!ao, kM eoaataatli oa uaad a aaal
4t took t
COTCH AHp'IAISB WBUB1M
Q I MB,-
Port, Madorla, Sherry and OaUwUVinta
D iJMTTB A CO. iTzolurfal far aaah.sa
IV. whteb fact Umt taril4h hmW tin
unn at eln hvnln bort.
P. M . STOCKFLETH,
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Kretlft5 sssMt WkalasMtla ssiala ass
sTstolA suaI BassiasHIsi
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Litib,
HYLAND St SAUEK,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEAT8
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Comer 10th street and Commercial rtmiis
Mxtdoor to tat Uylaad aalaoa.
11-le tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
abb asAAsa sa
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AMD COMMBBOIAL AvUCIsB,
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kisp ih ti or BmI, rork, Mattoa Vaal.
Lamb, bua, lo., -ad at irasir4 M rs
oIliMaa la tba moi aaftptabla saaaaar.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
BCTCHER AMIS DbAIBB IB AIL KlBBt OsT
COJUIBJt NlXETEJfTH AMB POCLAB BT).,
Burs and tlaushtan smsIv tksj bjM aallto
oori auu aaeep, ana is prepare a i bs Hsf
tan thousand pounds.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is ratana o suwaMisaas tu t
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
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