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IVJIl C1IUKCHE3. - I
KtAldtftth Street, ! 1
Us. .'JUT. M. xiuyu, raewr
4KTU0D18T.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St.
s-reacning, ginnug ai ivj .in., miu i p. iu
Prayer meeting, Wedneswleyjlp.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. Stlllwcll,
tfupertoUndenU Bsv. F. L. Thompson,
CHUUCH OP THE REDEEMER (Kpinco-
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUiN DAY, JANUARY 12, 1873 SUPPLEMENT.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
wamuuireei. . ......
Preaching Bunday tnorninic t 10 oVloclc.
Sabbath School t 2 o'clock p. m. 11. C.
Morning prayer. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Evening prayers, "J pjn.
Sabbath School, 0 turn.
Bkv. E. Co, Itector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUKCU-NlJith St. and
WanUBtftou Aveuu. . , , .
1'ubUc Mrviee, Sabbath 8:10 aad 101
Vesper, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m. '
Sen Ice every day, 8 a.m.
ItKV. I. J. O'llALlORAK, PrlMt.
iT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (Oennau,) cor
ner of Walnut and Cross street.
Mass, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Mata during week day, 8 o'clock a. m.
Uicv. C. Hoffman, I'rleit.
street between Washington Avenue and
KV. ItOB'T. llKLBIO, Paitor.
tOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ABSoCIA
TJON. Regular meetim? second Monday
each month at their room over Hockwell
t sjo's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. Stillwkll. President.
SECOND MISSIONAKY BA1TIST
CIIUHCII. Conicri Sycamore and Forty
Ant streets. Frcachlus Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday-School 1 o'clock p. ui.
The church l connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Flrrt Missionary Uap
tlt Church ol Cairo.
ItKV. Solomon Leoxam, Paator.
FR1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Odar.
ervlces, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
'bath School, li p.m.
,au tnccU at 3 p.m.
JCCONI) FHEE WILL BAPTIST Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. m.
REV. N. IficKD, Paitor.
rHEE WII.I. 1IAITI8T HOME MISSION
6AMHATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. 0 a.m.
FHtST FHEE WILL BAPTIST CHUIICH
-Curry'a llarrack .
Ucrvlca,ttablath 11 a.tn.,3p.m. A7ip. in.
HEV. WM. KKtMcr, PanUir.
FIItST MISSIONARY HA1TIST CHUUCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching Sabbatli, 10) a.m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meetlnt, Wednesday eenfn((.
Prcachinir, Friday evening.
'Sabbath School, 11 p.m. John Vanllaxter
and Man- Stcuhcno, SupcrlntchdentN.
ItKV. T. J. SllOHM, Pattor.
SECOND BAPTIBT CHUKCH Fourteenth
htrect, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Itaptlut church recojpdzed by tbo A
koclatlon. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3p,m.and7 p.m.
ltrv. Jacob Ukaulky, Elder.
AmO 'COMMANDER Y, No.
Aaaemblv at the AaylumMaaonlc Hall, Urat
and third .Saturday" In cacn raonui.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. M. ReuUr Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In oirh month.
CAUIO CILUTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Jlai-omc uall. on uie miru
Tuemlav ol every month,
CAIIIO IOIXIK. So. 231 K. A A. M Iteini
tar C niiDiinlL-allonii at .MimoiiIc Hall, tlio
tecouu anil inunn jioouayn oi racu iuonin.
ALEXANDER LODGE, -y-MeeU lu Odd
Fellowa' Hall, in ArWr'a bulldlnfc', every
Thursday evening at b o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
(Secretary of State Edmund Ruiiunel ;
Auditor of State C. E. LippUfuolt:
wiat Trpailirer H N. Itutvit :
Supt. Public Inntruction-Ncwton llatcmau
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
L0'eI)reentativea for the Statc-at-Large 8.
Representative Thirteenth District John
HT4ntFI!R OF.VEUAL ASSEJHILY.
Senators, Flrt District T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Uibson, of Gallatin.
RepreseuUtive, First District H. Wataon
COUNTY' OFFICERS. '
Judre D. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Froccutliis Attorney.!. F. McCartney,
Clerk It. 8. Yocum.
SlicrirT-A. II. Irvin.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Ilross.
Assoclate-?J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchll
Clerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gosunnn.
Mayor John M. Lan-den,
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. lliirnutt.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Murslial Andrew Cain.
Attornev P. 11. Pope.
Police Magistrates V. Dross and 11. Sl.an
Chief of Police L. It. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
r'lrst Ward-P. G. Scliuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward 8. Staats Tavlor.
Ctty-at-Large W. P. Hafllday tind D,
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
First Ward -James Reardcn, A. 11. 8af-
lord, Isaac uaiuer.
Second Ward 11. U. Cunningham, K. Uu
dcr, O. Stancei, James owrayuu.
' Third Ward-Wm, gtratton, J. II. l'hlllls
Fourth Ward-Jno. II. Robinson, G. 11
Sense. J. II. Metealf.
LINEGAR'IUNN Si POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S ULOCK,
ANOTHER DAYS PROCEEDINGS
IN THE CALDWELL INVESTIGATION.
'REPARING FOR THE INAGUlt
ATION OFTIIE PRESIDENT.
THE HEALTH OF SENATOR
NO CHANGE IN TUB POLICY OF
THE ADMINISTRATION TO
FRIENDLY RELATIONS TO CON
TINUE WITH SPAIN.
Preston II rook i, and may be from tho
samo causo. Ho hopes to attend tbo ten
ato lomo time next week.
TO BE SENT FOIL
It i understood that (lie senate commit"
too on elections tbt afternoon determined
not to send commissioner, to Louisiana,
but to summon needed witnesses to tblsciiy
and tiiko their testimony luro, and ii It
understood that deputy seargenl-at-arms
was dispatched to Now Orloans, this eve
ning, for that purpose.
In view of tlit fact an offjrt will bo
mado by tho committee to have presented
lur their investigations all return of the
electoral voto from the various parlsbc
' & GILBERT,
CQtrNflELOBS AT LAW,
Milasr. (filbert. I
OttT XATMMAJ. BAVK.
OUR FOLICr TOWAKU CU1IA,
Wasiiikotoj, Jan. 11. The reports
published yesterdsy that a change. In tho
pulizy of tho administration on tho Cuba
question has been determined upon, and
that Minister Sickles has been instructed
to call tho attention of the Spanish gov
ernment in an emphatic way to its failure
to carry out emancipation in Cuba, aro
founded upon letters submitted to congress
in December, and mado public nt that
time. There has been no change in the
policy towards Cuba as alleged, since the
president's annual message,
Tbo question having been submitted to
tho attorney general, whether tho appoint
ing power is nrt vested exclusively with
tho president by the constitution and not a
subject for congressional Initiation, that
officer decides that congress has authority
tolctfltlalo In regard to all appointments
and all promotions.
A wltiiui named Hammond testified
before the committee appointed to investi
gate the Caldwell .bribery "election case,
t)Mt; Beis'irqfiMed a member of the
Aisnas legislator yz,uuo to vw lor vaia
well. The member aid so vote, but wit
ness never paid ovir tbo money.
New York, Jan. 11. A special Wash
ington dispatch sitys Spanish minister
states that the misunderstanding referred
to in Fih's letters to Sickles of October
'20, published yesterday, has been removed,
and the relations arc nuito friendly. Tho
system of gradual cmancipttion adot:d
by Spain has already released flfly thou
aand slaves, in cno that law is being
faithfully carried out. Another special
states that tho reply of tho Spanish gov
ernment to Secretary Fish note was
courteous, and cavo assuranco that
friendly relationsvsbu1l not be disturbed.
The party now in power in Spain believes
itself strong enough to pursue tho policy
of emancipation, and will make effort to
Washington, Jan. II. Tho committee
on eTifctfon, to-day proceeded with tho
oxsruinatlin of witnojscs on tho Culdwoll
tena'thridr oases. J, Hammond, who had
been examined before tbo Kansas legisla
ture, testified that Gov. Smith told him if
hu had any need of money, to procure tho
olecliun of Caldwell, mid to call on Sim
cock, who was). stt Topeka in Caldwell's
interest. Witnessed no pecuniury in
terest to1CaldWll election. Ho whs
in favoVlof jt, because he thought
Caldwell could put Kantai land in tbo
marktv:;8ac4, member of the legislature,
said that ho woiild'voto.for, Caldwell for
ten thousand dollars. Witness wont toieo
Simeockjin onlerjt.ij,ako -arrapgomebt
but 'bo,f.nut' tojbfl ound.1'' '.Booed 'com
plained of not'having tecelvoil tho,mnrly.
Witness te,stifled, as to one Finnoy, influ
enced for C.iKlwull,rHkUng two'thousund
dollars for his vot. It was not tho Intcn-
lion of witness to pay money to Finney,
.unless ho could make arrangements. For
that purposa wltneis did not know whotifer
anys,hihg!wargiven tq Finnoy.
Senutor' Cyldifroll nskod: "Were you
authorized by mo'to offer monoy ornny
other consideration to procuro votes?"
Tho witness answered, "Noj"
Sidney, Ularkiinquired whethor wilno
understood lin Was elected us i Clark or
Witness replied his opinion was Finney
wnvcJcctedasanll-Clurk, but that was not
the lesup In contest, witnees urn not
kuoNv that any money was paid Sprigg.
Tho1 'next- witness did not ierscnally
know of any money having been paid-
Oov; Smith' w'ai'at IMpokn nnd was a" vory
active , frlemJO of. Caldwell''. Several
members of tho1 legislature wcro with
Smith at tho hotol. It aftorwards ap
peared that Smith had" nogotlatod for the
votes. A -npto of Hull' for $8,000 was
urrenderod'to him In consideration of his
votinc for Caldwell. It was said that
$10,000 bad boon paid for'auother mom
ber'is voto. Smith '(poke ns if ho bad
T1IK INAVnUItATION OEUIMONIEI.
Washikqton, Jan. 11. Tho executive
committee on' inauguration ceremonicr,
intend Inviting all military organisation
throughout the country' to bo present on
the 4th of March.
I eontldorcd to-day, to be InbottejbeaUh
than be wu yeiterday.l His mffering I
like that svhleh'followed hi lojurlsr by
Wabhinoton, Jan. 11. Several pri
vate bills were reported frtim tho mili
tary commit oe, some of which wero
passed, and soma rejected.
On motion of Win. It. Roborts tho sec
retary of tho treasury was instructed if it
was not incompatible with the public in
terests, to order the resumption of workon
thoNow York poit-offlcc'.
Tbe house then wentin to committee of
the whole and took up tho legislative, ex
eculivo and judicial appropriation bills.
The penaing question at adjournment yes
terday was tho amendment offered by Mr.
Smith o! New York, forbidding the pay
ment of judgements of tho court of claims
for cotton captured beforo June, lfcGS, ex
cept whero special appropriations are
made for them.
Mr. GarUeld of Ohio, replied to Mr.
Smith' speech of yesterday, repelling
the idea that any judgments had been
paid by the secretary of tho treasury, ex
cept in compliance with the law. He cited
a unanimous decision of tho supreme
court to the effect that a receipt of pardon
relieved the claimant of nil difficulties in
regard to their loyalty ; that wherever tho
United States government held property
which it has forcibly seined, it hold it
only as trust and must rcstoro it.
Mr. Smith did not ask the house to
throw itself into tho teeth of a decision of
tho supreme court. lie was of tho opinion
that a disloyal claimant liko Love of
Georgia, who was a confederate loan com
missioner, bad already teceived $474,
000, if Lamar's of Savannah were to be
paid, lie submitted that at Icatt it should
be on tho report of these judgemenUto
congress, a the country should know. In
the McArdle case, congress had de
prived the supreme court of jurisdiction.
II o admonished congress, tho supreme
court and tho administration, that the peo
ple were behind them, determind that the
loyal people, should be paid first.
Mr. Potter expressed his satisfaction at
bearing tbo court of claims arraigned for
not being loyal, because if tboro ever was
a court that was loyal, it was tho court of
claims that had at its head as chief justice
Mr. Plerco opposed tho omrndment as
being an attack on tbo Soutb. He showed
the various stages of proof which the
claimant bad to go through In order to get
not tho full value of the cotton but the net
proce.-ds of it paid into the treasury,
which in snme cases did not amount to
one-fourth of the valuo. lie naked whether
they should then bo compclhd
to co in o before congress and
havo their claims passed upon by
party influence. Ho appealed to all
Southern Ropublicvns to voto against the
Mr Hawlcy ol Connecticut, sustained
tho amendment and suid that ho wanted
every judgment of thi kind reported to
congress so that congress might exerciso
its discretion whether It could pay thetb
claims in preference to tho claims of loyal
Mr. Sargcant denied that tho cotton
ombraced in these claims had been soixed
aftor tho eloso of the war after the pro
clamation of pence. There was therofuro
no justification for It seizure, or withdold
ing paymont froni owners.
Mr. Shnllabftrger said tho way of meet
ing thodlfllculty was to remit to tho court
of claims thv position which it originally
occupied, that of being really tho auditing
commltteo of congress, to audit claim
presented to coneress. Us finding to be
really nothing moro than information on.
which congress wu subsequently .to act.
They should' hayo to come book to' that
point In ordor to escape tho effect of the
decision of tho tuprome court In reference
to tbo rights of American cjtitens.
Tin debate finally closed, and the
amendment was rejected, there being only
38 votes In the affirmative.
Tho committee then rote and ad
ARRIVING AT CHISEL-HURST.
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS
OP WALES TO ATTEND
EUOENIE'S.MOTHKR ON HElt WAY
THE EX-EMPEROK'S WILLS
ARRIVALS AT CUI.tlCMIURST.
London, Jan. 11. Prince Napoleon,
tho Princes Clotilde, tbo Princess Ma
thilda, Paul Cassagnac and a number of
other Bonapartiits havo arrived at Chisol
hurst, where an Important conference, on
tho course, to bo pursued Is expected to
take place. Cardinal Bonaparte it expec
ted to arrive hourly. M. Hcneditte and
Madamo Can robe rt havo arrived,
The Irish journals generally, oxpreis
torrow for the joss. The Bonapartist of
ficer in the French army bave asked leavo
to attend the funeral. Permission wilt bo
granted, probably, if they agres to go in
the emperor's wills.
Napoleon left two wills, one of which
Is in London, the other is in Paris. It has
been definitely decided that tho funeral
will take place next Wednesday forenoon,
at 11 o'clock.
THE ROYAL FAMILY
Of England, will be represented on that
occasion by the Princo and Princes of
Wales. Prince Christian also will ac
company tho ex-Empress Eugenia.
THE EX-XSIPBESS' MOTIIia.
Madrid, Jan. II. The countess De
Montague, mothor of tho ex-empress
Eugenie, has left hero for Chisolhurif. '
OFFICERS Will) WILL ATTEND.
Paris, Jan. 11. The Caulols says tho
only officers of the army who will be per
mitied to attend the funeral of Napoleon,
will be those, who were attached to the
household of the emperor during hi reign
MONUMENT TO NAPOLEON.
Milan, Jan. 11. Several newspaper
in this city opened a subscription for tho
erection of a monument to Napoleon
The papers refer to tho fact that Milan
wa the first city liberated from Austrian
rule, by tie French troop under Napole
on after tho battle, of" Magenta.
to fill ordors on limit; pork $11 60ll Ci
pot; $12 25! 2 30 March. Lard lc
spot. Oroen liams In good demand GJ(o)
7Jo lor 18 to 16 average; 88Jo for lighter
weight: shoulder packed 4c; bellies looso
7c. i Pickers offering meat sparingly.
Whiskoy in fair demand 83c. Total num
ber hogs' packed to date 788,210 against
820 625 tho same tlnio last year.
New York, Jan. 11. Flour firm; su
por wcslorn $5 UuG 60; common to good
S7 107 05; goocT to cholco 7 C58;
white wheat X $7 750 60. Whiskey
lower, 04J9Jc. Wheat steady; No i
spring $1 C4l 05; No 1 spring mixed
91 GO; red western $t 80 I (J", wlilto
WMtern $1 U0l Di. Ryu soarcn and
firm. Hirtoy quiet. Corn heavy; old and
now weitctn mixed CCCCJc; yellow
westorn 6707Jc. Oats firmer; No 1
western mixed 48u0jc; black westorn
mixed 47 1 8c; wbito u'J53c. Coffee
very firm, lC19c. Sugar unchanged.
Molasses quiet and firm. Pork dull; mesa
f!3 75U; prlmo mess $1414 60.
Beef unchanied. Lard firm; No 1 to
prime stenni 68j8Jc. kettle S J8 Jc.
Memphis, Jan. II, Cotton holu firm,
but demand light ; good to ordinxry 18c;
low to middling 10c. Receipts 1,705, ship
ments 1,685, stock '28,380, Flour active
and higher $510 7fi. Corn meal, none
in market. Corn C5o In store. Oats, none
here. 11 uy tcarco and firm at $3I3J.
Bran ditto. Bulk meats active and higher
at 4lc, sides CCc. Lard higher
and active at 8J9Jc.
New Okleanh, Jan. 11. Flour firmer;
family $9 75lO. Corn firmer, C364c;
white G3G5c. Salt meats easier, 4J
6jc. Molacs firmer, G4G0c; others un
changed. Sterling 21 ; sight discount.
Gold 12). Cotton moderately active;
sales 75,000, good ordinary 17c; lowmid
18ic, middling UJc; middling Orleans
19c; receipt 4,158; export Great ilrlt-
mil i4,iuf, Kuiuiuuiib oio: iiuuk luu.id'i.
All fact collector, who havo no aim
beyond thoir facta, aro one-story men.
Two-story men compare reason, general
ize, using tho labor of the fact collectors
as well a their own. Tbree-story men
Idealize, imagine, predict; th'olr best II
fumlnatlou comes from above, through the
skylight. Thero aro mind wfth large
ground floor that can store an Infinite
amount of knowledge; some librarians, for
instance, who know enough of bonk to
help other peoplo without being able to
make much use of their knowledge, havo
intellects of this class. Your great work
ing lawyer ha two spacious stories; his
mind is clear, bcauso his mental floors
are large, and ho has room to arrange his
thoughts so that Jio can get at them fact
below, principles above, and all in or
dered series. Poets are often narrow be
low, inenpabto of clear statement, and
with small 'power of consccutlvo' reason
ing, but full of light, If sometimes rather
bare of furnituro in tho attics. Poet at the
KEW E1TTEBPEISE 1
L, CM Bill.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale mill Rrtnll Urorcr,
llai on hand at all times Vegetable. Fruits
Ituttcr ami Egut, Lard,
Honey, Tropical Fhuitk, Etc., Etc
J5TAII u'oods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at unall Piotlt
N. il. 1'arccU dellcred to anv part of the
clt) to CiiKtomerH.
WKsr MUK COMMERCIAL AVE., UKTWKE!
I ilh AND lath STREETS,
3W CAIKU, II.M.VU.
Pit ATE US FOR. THE PURITYr.iQPi
stokes' DILL of EXCEPTIOKI,
New York, Jan. ll Tha billof excepi
Hons In favor of Stoke ha. .been corop.
ploted, and will loon be arguotj, before1
.Tudoro Boardmao.: if lie doe not grant
a new trial, the bill will bo takon 'before
every one of the thirty-ope judge of jns'
supreme court. Stoke wa much dejected
FRiTINO FOR T,H PKEM,
The Kvnge,lcal Alliance prayer meeU
Ing yeiurdiy.devetad 1U lime to P"ylof
lor tne purity us tow y !
New Orleans, Jan. 11. No arrival or
departure. Receip cotton 24,40. Flour
in good local demand, good treble $$
B 26; choice $9. Oinfatr demand UJ(a
G5c. Oats do 4748c. Hay do, prime 38
33c; choice 4)c. Bran supply lair $1 3U
(u)l 35. Pork at $13 G2JI3 75. Bacon
firmer 6JUtIO)'c. llams lGl7jc.
Lard In go.nl demand 18J; keg 9J3j
Whiiky active, Louisiana U3. Weaieru
id market. Cotton moderate demand 191c
Sterling 12. Sight .
rEW York. Jan. u. nour quiet.
Wheat quiet at 41 68 1 08; red winter
$1 80 I 86; amber do $1 Dll 05 Corn
quidtul 0GGGJc. Oats steady and firm,
4d54c. Mess pork quiet but steady at
$13 7611 Lard q it but steady at 71-
jc; quotation snominal. Whiskoy quiet
nominally tibc. Uoia I2.
Cuicaoo, Jan. ll. About 3oQ car ot
ti'Ck reported ought to be here, nnd
also I6,00o to 1G.0UO bogs; maiket active
at $3 854 10; bulk sale S3 604.
Wheat firm only sample lot. Corn firm
31o east track. Oats higher 30c ware
house ltyo firm 76c east elevator. Bar
ley unchanged. Whiskey quiet 90c.
l'oru quiet $lz; dry salt active lor tuture;
oo-o clear rib tic seller February and
March; clear Go seller February; btcon
steady sale privato,. Lard steady 7c,
Iloi;. lower S3 U03 bj.
Cincinnati, jar., ll. ! lour ana
wheat still firm and unchanged; other
grain stonily. Cotton nominally un
changed. Whiskey firm, 8Uo. Pork Arm,
$V VHVi 76;' bulk meat firm and un
changed. Bacon firm; shoulders 4Jc;
clear rib '7c; clear 7jc. Grneu meats
firm; shoulders 3c; cloar rib 6o. Hams
unchanged, lings strong, $4 10l 26;
principal sales at 23. Receipt 6,i00.
Lard firm; steam 7J"1; kettle 7t7c.
Kivor has fallen two feet and two inches.
Thero is twenty-seven feet and two inches
in the channel.
Cuicauo, Jan. 11. Wheat unsottloJ,
lower at V 22 on spot, 1 22c Febuary.
Corn dull ut 3uc cash, 31o Feb. Oats
steady at U5icic. Pork steady $11 80
11 85 spot. Lrd firmer nt 7c spot.
Meats strong at yesterday price.
Whisky better, 89rt. Hog, receipts, 12.-
000; active, firm at $3. 8U4 10.
Sr. Louis, Jan, 11. Flour steady and
firm but unahaiiged. Wheat firm, but
meugerness of 6tt'erings prevent activity.
Conr held higher; No 2 mixed 30o, No a
white 40c. Oat offerings small and most
ly held higher; No 2 mixed 27)c. Barley
very quiet and but little inquiry except
for choice and fanoy. Rye firm ; No '2
76c. Pork quiet and unchanged; dry salt
moats ll rm; shoulders 4c clear rib, unclear
sides, Gjc packed, 200,000 pound clear rib
at Kansas City sold at private terms; clear
rjb and clear seller February 0(o)6jc. Ba
con not much doing; smoked shoulder 6o
nnd clear 7 J 8c. City packed lird firm
but quint; prlmo steam 7c, kettle 7c,
ordors In lots higher. Hlghwlne steady,
00c. Cattle, good Texan 1?, in stocks
2j4e, fat native 4J6c. Hog weak
and lower at $3 403 Ol). but mostly at
$3 C03 76.
Ciiicaoo. lJan. 11. Flour iUlt held
'firm. Wheat dull, unsettled and lower
No 2 spring $1 20j pot;$l 22J February;
No3$) 0J1 07, , Qorp, dull but tedy
No 2 mixed 30opol; 3l3llo February,
Oatsalnadv No J lOlfV&Tri 'Rye stnadv
,No 2 67c, Barley Arm No 3 fall 05 J 60c,
jrrovuioo lirong, ants urwaei uwibib
St. Louis, Jan. 11. River about sta
tionary. Weather very mild and snow
and Ice thawing fast. No change in ico
AtKuriiig. dau, u. Clear ana puaiaai.
River rising rapidly. Arrived: Susie
Silver from belaw; wrecking boat Kckert.
Departed: uity or Augusta, White river
Clarksville, Arkansas rivor; LaBolle,
Thompson Dean, New Orleans; Fannie
Evansville, Jan. 11. Clear and
milder; me'cury 17 to 40; freezing
slightly to-night. River risen 15 inches;
still full of ice.
Nasavillk, Jan. 11. River falling;
7 feet on llarpeth sboles. Weather fair
and cold. Departed, Burkville for tho
New Orleans, Jan, 11, No arrivals ;
departed, A. C. Yaegcr for Cincinnati,
Ladv Leo for Cairo and Bello Lee for
Memphis. Clear and pleasant.
Pittsburq, Jan. 11. River falling
slowly; scunt five feet. Mercury 16,
Navigation virtually suspended.
Cincinnati, Jan. 11. Weather clear
and cruwlnc wanner. Thermometer 24
at 7 o'clock this evening. Arrived of the
coal fleet.Fred Wilson.with 10 barges and
2 boats. Sam Roberts and A. 11. .Mellon
aid each with 8 barges of tow, all Pitts-
bum fleet barges loaded with coal. Ulver
has 'JG feet of water and fulling slowly
too much ico floating for boats to ruu
through with tows,
Louisville. Jan. 11. Tho river
fallinir slowly, with 10 feet C Inches in the
channel; 8 feet and G inches in tho cliuti,
Weather clear and moderating, and the
mercury has risen from 20 at 6 a m., to -iC
at 6 p m. Not much business. Ico it.
thinning out, and thero is less running
than at any other time during the week,
but there are many largo, hard aad
dangerous cakes floating by. The river
is reporteb gorged at Madison. Nick
Lnngwnrth paid ofl hor crew and left for
Cincinnati. Mary Houston, enrnuto for
New Orlexns, laid up near Bock Haven on
Indiana side on account of the ice. Tow
boat Robin has caught twenty-eight coal
boats an 1 barges during tho ico flood.
The Louisville riecended tho fall thi
afternoon and laid up at Portland.
THE rtsTE'W SYSTEM.
OROCERIKS RETAILED AT SvHOLESAtK
FHICES FOR CASH.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE'
WASHINGTON AVENUE. 1IETWEEV TEKT1I
AND KLKVENTU STREETS.
6C Jbs. prt Cuba Sugar for - - - $5 0
gi u ii ii ii ... 1 00
u id. A couoe sugar, xm. x. oia. - i wu
1 " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 0X
3J Choice " " - - 1 00
3 " Old. Government Java - - 1 0C
Tea and other itaple aad fancy Groce
ries equally a cheap. . ,
Good new ana tun woigni given, can
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DSPOT
131 fin arram,
. trsT ntnthi slllsir ! .
rnsaasw, WlrUm, Iaibb,
Rklssgless. mmmt Itmah, SI
Liartsta. sjlaassl '
Hawk Watcstta, Hawls rsslllM assal o
Bllsid rastralxa, BvisIssk
Felt, BsMsasm Osnsaestt, ruatwlsi
rmptiT, Ostrpi Veil, W1UM
eistsss, KsisjtUek mmrrmU
lmf sBlstaa, Vatty, eiaater
war atate, rmtMst i
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARQEST VARIETY STOOK 1M THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VEUY CLOSE.
Corsaaror HlnrtMnlli aireetsissd Cons
AOENT9 lor Reek Rivirt Paper Coa
Shaatblnsr Felt aad OiullOminl
U. W Joha'a Improved Rootac al07oa
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, OIDAR POSTS
D00R3, SASH, BLINDS
Punished ea fborust sMlloe.
Commeroial-av, bet. i 0th anal lltk-sjeft.
1IAPPV NEW YEAR.
A CHICAGO FATUEUS HOLIDAY
From the Chicago Times.
One ot tbu oldest inbubitunt of Cook
county is Peter Crawford, Ksu,. Mr. Craw
lord, uecompanied by hjt 4witu and threo
children, ciimu to Cuicugo 'iO years ago.
l'ruviuus to that time hu iivud In Buffalo;
N. Y., to which city himself and wifu
emigrated from Scotland. During
his roiidenco in Butfiilo, Mr, Crawford
workod bard, and iu tbo course of twenty
years bad saved up about $1,500, Becom
ing satisfied that at this rate he would
never bo anything but n poor man, he de
termined to go further west and try to bet
ter his forluiio iu tho now country' just
then becoming known, Whllo he had
been in Butl'ulo his wllo had borne unto
him three sons and une daughter.
Oa their arrival iu Cook county, Mr,
Crawford invested bis Sl,6U0in land, and
on this farm himself und sons worked
faithfully, and in course ot time wero
made happy with increased riches. City
lots were purchased, and bouses were
built; but "the farm" wa bold, and as
Chicago crew into greatness it became,
more and more valuable, until to-day it is
worth $3,000 per acre.
On last Wednesday Peter Crawford and'
wife determined to givo thelrchildrcn a
grand present. They had Invited Gilbert,
the eldest; Hiram, the second born; John,
tho third youngest son, and their only'
daughter, Sir. A, B. Kellogg, to dinner
on that dav, and when tho father and
mother and children had assembled
around tho table the old gon
tleman mado known hi intentions.
Himself and wife detircd thiir children
to accept with father's and mother's love
certain uifts of lands, Hu hold in his
hand four warranty-dedto roaleitsrto
valued at S7G,0QO each,' making In all tne
nrincolr sum df $300,000, to bo divided
equally among their children. A he
spoko he laid at four differ
ent plates tho papers mentioned.
Of course they wero scenptod
Mr. Crawford's actions may bo con
sidered lingular, but ho lays he knows no
good reason why ho should not divide his
wealth among his chlldfon before hi own
death. It will not lessen their love for
him; and it will net make him the poorer.
For ho ha "the farm'A left, and that it
worth $480,000. It Is situated upon the
Biverslde road.JmVt beyond Silver-leaf
grove. Mr. Crawford' youngest on,
.rnkn la mafnharnf tha'nruant board of
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES. FKUITS. EOG9, LAUD
All Goods warranted fresh, and sole
we mwen prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommerclalAve.
II, M. 1IULEN,
MERC II AN DISH BROKER
i ' !
Purchaslug tor Merchant a speciality.
Ofllce : 110 Ohio Lovec, CAIUO, U.LS.
JSTKetcrenco. Cairo Merchant.
FOB LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Kiqiitu St Bt. Com. & Wash., '
Has just opened a now and stylish estab
lishment, fully up to tho times, and invite
old customer and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor bun with their patronage.
S3TAII work done In the Lktost Style,
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
Tb nadersUaed will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, If ssat Cheaper
on tho flate st the PostotUce and at Boss
coal yard, on commercial avenue, oeiwecu
Tenth and twelfth street, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord tbo wood
up if desired.
anrtO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Oscara. Davl. 'defendant, Is hereby not!-"
, ...... ,1QK .!.. nf Unv 1W7 u urrlr
of attachment was Issued out of the clerk'
littho fctatc of Illinois, against your estate,
ruturnauie on tne nrv iionu) i umj, 101.
to atcnu of uald court then to bo holden at
tne couri-nouse, 111 uuuu. i mo mi ui uii
nrd McManu. plulntlB', lor tho sum of
$;I7U, which writ baa been returned served
on a garnishee, nud that said suit la now
pending In alduourt. Aotv Unless you, Hie
said defendant, shall appear, give bail, and
plead within tho lime limited for your ap
pearance in said cue, Judgment will bo ren
dered against you. and proceedings takeu,
aealnst ucu garnishee according tp law. ,
8 .JHUBBN d. YOCflM. Clerks
Allen.Mulkey Wheeler, platntlfl'a attor
neys. ' 1&22-8W.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
C. HAN NY.
KKMTU0KY J SAN, rXTRA,
LAKOE STOCK OF CAKKXTINQ
OILT 1UVIM, .
Mia Essllre Utck
VERY LOW FIGTJRM.
COBJSIR BTH IT. AMD COUUEECTAL-AY
WINKH AMU I.IUUURSI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, J
Also, keep eeasUatlr oa haaot a sssert eeas
piste sleek !
sootosi An laisB wiiskim
-a i N h.-
rort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Wine
RUMYTH A CO. Mil eaeliialvsljr far cub, la
. whioh fact th. lallU Ibe MDWlll -'
tson f elos harealo buy.r.
F. M, 8TO0KFLKTH,
oootsssB' i roau rramurtara
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Lbtbb,
BkMpsea hsad eaaataatlr Mr
via n.niuvaT uur.ua. n,i i
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