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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. JANUARY 14, 1873
, ouu ciiiJrcjueb.
I'HKSBYTKIUArT-lbjitb Street.
PrcacblniyHalAuth at lot 'a-m.-and 7 p.m
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday at 7J p. m.
abbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Linsden, HU
prrlntcrtdeat: tcv. JttTllAYKayr.Aator
'.Hrrtlonisf.-Cor. Klglith nntl Walnut HU.
Preaching, H.iblt.itli at 10) a.m.. anil 7 p. rt
Prayer naatltrA.WedncMlayfft p.m
Habl.alh HcVol,' !J. p.m. Ij. !W! Btlllwcl ,
Superintendent. Kiev. K. Ij. Tiiomihoh,
Pastor.,. - if ,, .
tJlllJllCH OKTiiK ltr.DKfcMKtV-(Kpleo-pal.)
.Morning prayer. Habbath 10J a.m.
Kvetilnir prayer, 7J p.m.
Sibbath School, U a.m. '
lti:v, H. Coan, Hector.
fcT. PATRICK'! &UURCliT-Nihtli St.' and
SVartiliiKtoii AM'iiuc.
Public nunloii .Sabbath H:10 anil 10) a.m.
Ve-pcrs, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m. ,
SorvIeov:ry day, a.m. '
Kkv. 1'. J. U'JIalloiux. Priest.
yi. JOSKPIPrt UllunCII.-(Oerman,) cor
nerof Walnut and Cross Miri-ls,
ilum, every Sabbath5 at 10 o'clocV'a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
.Mass dining Week days, o'clock a. tn.
imv. c. Hoffman, Priest.
tiJ'.UMAN IjUTIIKHANCIIUUCII 13tb
fliect between WayiliiKton Avunuo aud
Walnut street. ,
Prcachliig HUmlay' inoriumt at 10 o'clock.
Jubbitu Sellout. at '1 o'clock p. m. II. C.
Thlelccke, Superintendent.
llKV. Ituii'T. IlKi.niu, Pastor.
VOK.VU .CUItlSTIAN ASSoCIA-
TIO.N. Iticiiliir meeting 'wy-onU Monday
each month at thulr room over Itockwell
A. Co's hook store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'raycr meeting, Friday, 7) p.m. at
the room,' , . (
' I.. W. !?Ttn.WKtu President.
SIX'ONI) MISSIONARY IIAPTI.ST
( Ill'Ilt'll. Corner (Sycamore nnd Forty.
Ilrt Htrcets. Preaching .Sabbath at 11
o'clock ii. m. ami :to'i'loi'k p. m.
Sunday Nehool I o'rlf k p. iiu
The rhtirclilsVotinirtcit with the Illinois
Association, hy thi! Klrft MMouary ltai
tlxt Church id Cairo. ,.
Rkv. SoijomuN- Leonard, Pastor.
I'llll'AN MI71il01L3T. Fourteenth, ho
ween Walnut uiid Cedar,
en Ices, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
'ibatli School. 1) p.m.
.asslUeeUata p.m.
iCCOND FREE WILL IIAPTIST Fif
trenth Street., he t ween Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. in.
ItKV. N. Kickh, I'antor.
KHKK WILL HAI'TIST IIOMK 3IISSION
SAUItA'l'U bC'IIUOL. Corner Waluut
and Cedar HtrceU. .
Hahliatli School, 0 a.m.
P1U3T FHKK WILL UAITIST CHURCH
-Cnrry'n llarracki . '
Scrvlceii, Hahhatb 11 a.m., S p.m. 7)p.ni.
Uev. Wm. ,KUv. l'ator.
FI1LST MISSIUNAHY ltAl'TIST CIUJUCII.
-Cellar, betvf een Ninth and Tenth 8tx.
I'reacfilii); .Sahhath, to) a.m. ami 7) p.m.
I'raycr mcctimvWcihieMUy evening.
1'riachUjtf, Friday ctculu. p. ,
Kahbalh bebool, 1) t.m. '.l(ihn!vanltaiter
aud Maw Stephens (superlntendeliU.
ItKV. T. J. Siioukh, l'ator.
HV.CONI) UAITIST CHUItCH-Foiirteenth
htreet, between Cedar anil Walnut. , Tbo
only Uavtl4.;liurclircoinUed by UmAi
foclatlon. .Servlcet, Pabhath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Kkv.Jacoii Krailkv. Ktdcr.
tSKUHKT OllDKUS.
THK SIASONS.
AlllO-COMMANDKItV, So. 1-Htatiil
Anwmhly at the Aaylmu .Maxtnlc llnll, lirnt
ami lliinl Saturdayn in ath month:
.'AIHO COUNCIL, So.2L KefciilarComo.
cation at. Jlawiiilu IUII. itlie hevoqd Friday
in each month.
CAIKU CIlAl'TKU No. 71.-UcKiilar Con-
vocation at iMaMiiiic J lid I, im the, third
Tueiutayol eery month,
.'AlllO LOIMIK, NO. 'iJ7 l'..t A. JL ltcjfil-
lar Coimnuuicatlon, at MokouIu Hall, Uie
ucooil and fuiirth Miiti(luyn of each mouth.
THK OUIJ-KKl.l.OWtf.
ALK.V.VNUKK LODUK, -."J-JIrcU In Odd-
FcllonV Hall, In Alter' building, every
Thursday evening at B o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor John M.'Palmer ;
Lleutenaut-Uovernor .lohu Dougherty ;
Secretan' ot State Ednnuid Hummel ;
Auditor or Stalc-C. K. lJpplncott :
Stale Treasurer K. N. Haica ;
Supt. l'ubllc Inittructlou Newton Hatcman
COMUMMKN.
Senators lynw Trombull Aid John A.
leiwiUlh c for the Staiet.L5l;ge-.S.
I.. UeVerid(?e. .j.- V-j
lteprciuUtlrt.5lcctlLlJlBlrlct .lohu
M.tW ffiffa&JI ft.
.MKJuipitB genkhal AaanBLV.
Seuaton; Kim DUtrlct-rTr B.Mcomb,
.f Union, an f - . Oli.claJlatJn.
ItenrcsinlfiVc. WkVt OilctZ.ll v WaUon
"Webb. . w .
'I i
mn i n,in inin7f
i u urn. ii n ii in i
tU MAMA Jtkl ill, 1 AJt
at all. It
POLITICAL.
LKWIS V., UOOY NOMINATED
TO STJOKfil). SENATOR
' 11LA1R. !
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GOV. HENDRICKS OF INDIANA
INAUMJUATEl).
-3fOIlK WITNKSHKSKXAMINKD IN
THK UALDWF.LIi CASK.
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COUNTY OFFICKHS.
cntcurr couitT.
Judge I). J. Baker, of Alexander.
l'roccutlw; Attoruey .1, F. McCartney,
tif Massac.
Clerk-tlt. 8. Yociim.
Sheriff A. H. lrvln.
Wm. Martin AMU!Mr and Troaturcr.
"county COUItT.
.Imlirc V. ItroKC
AxMiciatea Jfc I McCrlte and S. Marchll-
ilon.
Clerk Japh G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Goxsman. '
MUN IC1 lAL TioVKKNM KST.
Mayor John M. Lainilen.
Treaimrcr It. A. Cuiiuinham.
Comptroller K. A. Ilurnett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Marnhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney l'.jl. l'opo.
l'olice Mat!l"tratc F. llroM nnd H. Shan
neuiy,' i
Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
HKI.KCT CODNCIU
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
First Ward P. U. Sehuh. '
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood. ti
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Tavlor.
Clty-at-Large-W. 1'. Hafliday and D.
llurd.
nOAltn OF AMJICUMKN.
Klwt Wanl -James Hoardcn, A. B. Saf.
nril. laann Walller. . t.
Second Ward H. II. Cunningham, K. llu-
tior, Cj. stance), .lames &wayue.
mini tvaru win. airaiuiu, u. u. i-iuum.
Fourth Ward Jno. 11. Hoblnson, G. H,
eaio, J. II. Mctcalf. '
HWVEEI.,, .
- LINEG.AR,.AiyiJW'&rOPE,
4TT0RNEXKAT LAff
OmOFjWINTBIj'S lllOCK, ,
. ' ' Cnlro, Illlnola.
GREEN & OIIBKUT,
' ATTOItNBYfa
0OUKSKt0R8 AT LAW,
ITfpNii. atUntiOB'gtvM'taUilailntttr at'
MmboatbulaU4 ' i- ".
, ., !.
CIFXOE--0 WO L1TM, kOlf T AVD 4 OYM
CITY VAnoMAIi BAVKl 1
AIMJUKATION OF GOVJsHNOlt
viL'KNHYOK LOUISIANA.
ETC., iiTO.
v '
BKNATOU NOMINATE!).
jOUIS, Jun. 13. Tho Domocratic
caucus ut Jrllenon C'lty'tliii nflernoon
nornltiAted Col. L. N. J logy of St. J.ouis
forninator, by u voto of Iloyy CI, lllair 47
TFHTIJIO.VV IN THK CALllU'KLI. CAHK.
WAHlilNOTiiff, Jan. 12. Tho urnato
Iteo Uiii mornlnir examined Ira
Uuck, member of tho Jvamua Ie;lt1ature,
C. W.-TLomm. .Inn. T.. McDowell, tho lat-
turdTwbom tC'itlficil that Thoina otTercd
to feii'nliii fori Caldwell vntci, Steel nml
undertook to toi In lotweon tho pop"
ot'lJouIilna anil liinfr'conitltiitlon," fu
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGJQIHY.
combn
othurt of tho Ujjl'laturc The ejiinmltleo
al;oeaminrd at urent Icticth ii.T. .Smith,
Citldwull'i piir'tnor In tho banking lnnl
ntn. Smith nvo tho detatlt of nn ar
rangement madii beforo flio lonntorlul
oloction, between Caldwell, Gov. Carney
and hltntolf, by which Carney wa to
Vithdrnw from tlio candidacy for fifteen
thouiand dollar! pnid him by Caldwell.
Thi amount irn aiibecquenlly paid Cnr
noy by Caldwell, in initnllmciit.il of ten and
flvo thouiand dollari, respectively,
Someliino altarwardf, Smith guvo Curnoy
even thouialut dollars to reimhurso Lim
for expenditurci luriii; tho election. .
JltNUItlCK's I.VAUOUKATEI).
'ixniANAi-oMn, Jn. 13. Tho -Ivuialn-turo
mot In joint convention at 'J o'clock
this nfteraooo,to wltnoxtho inauguration
of Hon. T. A. Ilondricks, governor elect.
Mr. Ilondrickj was cscortol to tho speak
ers cbalr accompanied hy Gov. liaker nnd
tho commlttoo appointed to wait on him.
After prayer tho oath of ofllco was ad
ministered -by Judgo lluskirk of tbo su
premo court.!
M'E.fEilV INAUOUIiATF.1).
jNtw Orleans, Jan. 13. Tho inaugu
ration ceremonies piitreJnll' jiiletly. Mr
'Ejiry was lnntTgwTtedlB'tifcyettr rijnnrir.
yovoral thoiituiid persons wero present,
Including many ladies., Kollo(:i; was in
augurated at Meclimiiu'ii lustituto, the
doors of winch aro still guarded by Uni
ted States soldiers. Acting Governor
I'iiichback delivered u short valedictory,
followed hy Kellogg's inaugural. About
1,COO persons wero protent, thrce-fourthi
of which wero colored.
DOUBTFUL.
New York, Jan. 13. It is generally
bulioved that tho books of tbo Credit Mo
bllier will over bo obtained fortbouso of
tho congressional committee.
CONGRESSIONAL.
iiousi:.
Wasiiisuton, Jun. 13. Mr. ileck
moved to suspend the rulo and pass to tho
bill repealing tho bill for tho iron clad
tost ath. Lost; yeas 12.'!, nays CC; less
than two-thirds in tho nUlrimitivo. Mr.
Sbelden moved to suspend tho rules and
pais tbo concurrent resolution for tho ap
pointment of u joint 'select committee of
six liopublicani to inqulro into the .Louisi
ana election, and report whether there is
any logal government tboro, and if thero
nrt two sets of persons claiming to oxor
ciso authority, which, should be recognized
by congress, with power to tako tho testi
mony in Washington nnd Louisiana, nnd
to send for persons und papurs.
Vending tho voto,,lha iuIqa wpro euiponded
to allow tho houso io debute.
Mr, llutler of Mass.) opposed tbo resolu
tion, arguing that tho Investigation would
not bo cloned beforo tho clono of congrnss, ,
and that tho proper course would bo, tho
passage of thn bill now ponding boforo the
judiciary committee for the appointment
of n commission charged with having a
nuwiaml fair QloetiouMu.. Louisiana, Ho
argued tbut uolthor tho YVnrmoth nor
Plnchback goyernmqnti had nuy legal
standing.
MY. Farnsworth replied -to jlutler's ar
gument, nnd supported tho resolution. Do.
foro congress couij tuko tho ground lunt
there was no stato'govornmont in Loutsl-
una, it would.bo uecesiary to turn out tho
men now sitting us senators and reprcsen
tativoi from that state.
'Mr. llutlors ''Thostato had n govorn
inent when thoy wero aitmlttud."
Mr. .J'uriuworth : "Hut tbolr ouices
ccaso as soon ns tho stao government
ceases."
Mr. Kerr regarded Mr, Sutler's propo
sition not only us untenable, but us non?
itrous. No ono could deny that Louisi
ana had n'conslitutlon that war in tho'lto
publican form. It had boon organ Trod
undorjcongrcssionaf.'diotatloni n'uij,''tli(3rc-'
publican party should not go baolc so soon
on its off-spring. It bad boon nTado by
'thepeppjo of Lousa.na Jiftpr.a mannor.
It bad not btiini overthrown by 'tho poopld
of Louisiana. It bud boon overthrown
lone by tbo lawless conduct of ono man
aided by many othors, of equally bad?
revolutionary cnaricior una infamous
purposo, and that ono man was an otQcor
of tbo federal government, and
not of the itate government
was a judgo of the Unitotl
Stales district court in Louisiana whb,
without ono Kcintlllaof right or authority,
afUf
a canstitutionnl election was had In tlio
state, nnd to put in power K cpmblnl
tinn and H llriUf,to' tiike'tontrpl of tlio
stato government and, overruling tbo pop
ular will. They nil know that tho lnfi
mous .I'inilibnck gori,nmcnV rWl nil
olectcu by tho people of Louisiana, nriUU
did not claim to bavo boon so elected. ItH
.... .1 ..r iiL.Y
nut iur tnu purpuso oi bqiiiiik iiBiuursivv
'judgmeiit of tho pcopl'o t'bat that iufainods
judge gavo tho liana or loili Ml power UKt
n combinaiion or iawies men. .
Mr. Htoveniod of Ohio, oppoiod tho r-'
olulion, und added that tbero wero no loss
thun fivu committees in tho two housos'
that had iiw 'JuriiJietibn over tho quei-"
tlon,kllio Ku-kiux crimwUUe, tho se
lect commiltco sent lust wintor to Loulil
ana, tbo two election committees, and tho
judiciary committee. Ho argued against
tho resolution, raying lomtthlug should
bu left tu tiiiit, t the, grout henler ; that
Louiiinnu should lie left to take caro of
herself, und that congress should lo dono
with the uvcrluiling question of recon
struction. Lot them reconstruct lbou
selves somewhat. If they can't bavo
peaco let thuiii bavo trouble Ho wouldn't
cure if lomu of thoio violent rusc:ili down
tbero cut each other's throali.
Mr. Garfield o (lured as a fubtltute, u
rcsolutibn referring to tho presi Jent's mci
age, on the, subject of Luul.iar.u, to tho
judiciary comniitteo, with Instructions to
report tho fids in tho case, deferring' uc
Ifon by congros. Adopted.
Mr. Sargent moved a suspension of tbo
rules to enablo him to olfer as nn amend
ment to tho appropriation bill a proposi.
tion djrecting tbo attorney general to, in
stitute u suit in equity against tbo Union
Pacific' railroad company, to ascertain
wbethur it is in default to tho govern
ment. Without a voto tho houio adjourned.
7f7. l'ork unchanged 5ni2 '2oj dry
salt meat llr.111, good. ' demand for
fiiture; shoulders iiuyer February 4c i
clear rib Cc; jobbing lota packed shoulders
'4Jc; clear rib Cc; .cteaf " sides C,Glc.
Biicbri more doing; shbuldo'rs Oje: clear
sides 7 je; clear sldel selling March 7Jr
7c; cloar rib 7J0Jc. Lard firmer, priino
team, buyor February' 7 je;, kettle,' up In
the country 7jc, llighwlae) slew Imt
oad' Pile. Cattlw activo md fl rrti; Texan
I'B"4 '25, .imtivintockors t'i Cl 60,
lifhlaPvo $4 50f0.
i'SfcW OnLEASK, Jan. 13. Flout'lltmor,
'IVV f.K,'f.. r.. ...ii.. auiMn "r .....
tirm, yollow and whlto !(3iC5o. 0a
pMhtllr II.Hit il,nu...l ....wtrt-nt.r.'Al(V.
'BiHnycnrco nt $1 ;!.-,. liny flrmi.iirlmo
vaoin.rj-, ciioico $40, ,1'oru auu, no ices
thun $13 7D: drv null meats tcftrco. .fehlv
ntallirigj 'baconi 6JS)ot(AlOio and
nrmr nam lcriUTJc. . Lard nUlot
S9j kog 9JUjc. Bugar falr'do-
FOREIGN.
THE KRKKCir OOVERNMKNT
, WILL I'KUATIT THE IN
' TEKMENT OF THE
t . KX EMl'EUOR'.S
Remains in
" ' ' .FRANCE. .
MEM IJKHS OV TIIF. FAMILY Alt
. HIVING AT UHLSELUUKST.
r.ru.,
1
rrc.
WHAT PAUSKK HIS IIKATII.
Losdo.s, Jan. 1J. The Impression is
gaining ground that tho Kmporor
died from tho clfects lit' chloroform admin
islored to mauiigo puln.
Tho court of Austria wear mourning for
ten days.
Tbo whole family bavo assomblcd at
Chliolhurstoxccpt tho cardinal, wbo.wlll
arrive on Tuosday.
THE ISTKOHENT WILL II E rEIUIITTED IN
FRANCE.
Tams, Jan. 13. It is said 'that the
French government will permit tho final
interment of tha Emporor Napoleon's ro
mains In Franco, if tbo funeral is mado
strictly private, nnd tbo deceased buried
m ei-oinperor, not ns.tho emperor. Tho
coromonies mlist bo simply of n religcous
clmnu:ter. Tho president is understood to
bavo conferred with tho minister of the'
interior and prefect of pollco, with tho oh.
ject of preventing tho funeral, if it takes
plaeo in, Franco, from being mado un op
portunity for political manifestations.
hand. Inferior &otei common 6!71c;
flrf!ful!jf falrJJrtSJc; prime. U'jc.
i,niM.ujt uuninim nciivu, lair wcuuicu oo
r4JW.m'kiy actlyo, IuiSkttaac;
Sterling 21 (; sight discount' Gold 12.
Cotton uctivo und firm; sa1cs,10'.',000; good
ordinary 18c; low middling 18$18Jcf
middling l'JjIOJe; middling Urlcaus
VJt-, rocclpts 2,W
AIemimiis. Jun. lJ. Cotton ffrm: low
middling 10a. Flour steady tC(J10 26.
Lorn in.llrm demand and higher rio I
mixed SOc. Outs active and higher at
45c. Hay scarce. Conn meal lillc.
Hulk meats firm: shoulders He. sides Clo
lijc. Lard 8 259 '2i.
rivefTnews.
Nahiivillk, Jan. 13. lllver fullirKj: 0
fcot on Harpcth Hhouls. Weather raining.
Arrived : F. 1. Gracy from 1'uducab.
New Oiu.kaxh, Jan. 13. Arrived:
Continental. Departed: Hello Leo, II.
C. Yo'gcr and Lady Lee.
Mkmimiis, Jan. 13. Woathor cloudy
and damp. Hlver rising rapidly. Ar
rived: Mury Hoyd, Whito River. De
parted: Ktnma Elliott, Cairo.
Cincinnati, Jan. 13. River 19 feet
and falling. Denarted: Onu naekut.
SVcather fair, and tho mercury at 48 at 7
o clock.
N.w Orleans, Jan. 13. Arrived:
Emilio LaUarge, Memphis; l'ena, Arkan
sas. Departed: Dexttr, Cincinnati; John
Howard, Whito river. Clear and warm.
l'lTTSnuito, Jan. 13. River swelling
very slowly with C foot 1! inches. Weather
cloudy anil warm, light drizzling ruin fall
ing rit intervals during aftcrnoan. l'rcsont
indications considered rather favorablo for
early resumption of navigation. Ex
chango rccoiving for Cjncinuti nnd Louis
ville. Evansville, Jan. 13. Woathor was
cloudy until this evening, but is now clear
Mercury 45 to C9 and growing colder.
River has fallen one foot: the ice is liirht:
an effort is being mado to break tho shoro
ico In tho harbor. Down : Mary Hons
ton, 3 p m. Up: John Kilcour. 1-30.
Evansvillo, 1 p m; Arlington duo at C
p m.
St. Louis, Jan. 13. River falling
slowly. "Weather clear and warm. Thn
FihiT, Marbln City and Clubb finished
their labor of cutting thn channel tjirnugb
from Carondelet to upon w'ator just bolow
tho bridge pioM thli nftornoon. When
this was donn'tho wholn field of ico bo
tweon this channel and thn Illinois shore
started nnd moved down stream and thero
is now open wator far south as tho oyo can
rencn.
Louisville. Jan. 1 3. River falling
9 feet scant canal, 7 feet chuto. Clear nnd
mild, morcury ranced 45 to CO decrees.
No Ico. Arrived, Mlnneola from Cincin
nati; departed, Grov Eaclo for Falls,
Henderson, Camolia, J. J. Hale, Charmer,
Lytle for Cincinnati; Chrolcy, Dowce,
Pomeroy and brilliant.
miscellaneous.
.REl'ORT OF A KI011T
THE APACHES.
WITH
THE WARl'ATH.
San Francisco, Jan. 13. In tho luiltlo
of thu companies of the Fifth cavalry with
tho Apaches, December. 29, near salt river,'
not n wavior cucupod. All tho band
killed, and twenty-live women nnd chil-
dion captured.
' ...
WEATHER REPORT.
Washinoton, Jam 13. For Now Eng
land cloudy weather witli ruin and snow
to-night, but wind veering to westerly und
northwoitorly with clearing wenthor on
Tuosday. From Tonpqasuo o Uppor
lakes region and eastward over Middle
states, northwesterly, and westerly winds
with lower tomporaturo und clearing
weuthor. For tho South, Atlantic und
Gulf statos daatofJMIslisslppl winds veer
ing to westerly mid northorly with clear
and clearing wputher, For .Northwest
fulling barometer,' and winds shitting
southerly und eastnrly.
MAKKETREPORT.
Ciiioaqo, Jon, 13. Flour quet. Wheat
opuiied (lull and closed active, No '
$1 20 spot; $1 12 for No i February;
No 1 nominal; No 3 l 05Jl 00. Com
stoady, No 2 mixed 30Ja spot; 30S31c
February. Oats steady, No 2 25J(y2oii.
Ryo dull and drooping, No 2 00Jc(J7.
Barloy firm, No 2 (all COJc. ProAisions
loulet and weak, but holdors not offering.
tProducts ollered freely. Moss pork lower
Pmoro particularly foM'uturo sales, $11 CO
spot; $1 mtyit W Marcn. mra to lower;
,$7 60 . spot, $7 407 45 Muroh. Cut
incuts easier; middles, long, short und
clear firm for Fobruury; 0o packed.
Whlskoy stoady'89o; '
St. Louis, Jan. 13, Flour stoady und
(flrin, unnlmngod. Wheat, spring firm and
'active; No 2$1 25; fall firm, upward ton
3m,cv;red,No3$l 751 77; No2$l 00
mjt 02. Com slow unit unsettled, No 2
mied3838Jc;Nci3(wbite, mixed 39
dUJo. OaU slow und caslorfor buyers; No
2 mixed 2829c. Uarloy quiet and un
changed; choice 9095J Rye firm; No 2
3iiH:f:i.i.A.:ouH.
IDLEWILD
MILLS
and Ohio
Corner Twenty-second Mrect
Levee.
i
SUPERIOR STEAM DHIED CORN
MKAL
Always on hand, and nt the lowest marke
price, Al.o a good article of
GOW FEED
Very cheap. Leave orders at UAI.L1UAY
llltUTIIlCfo, or apply ut the mill.
10-4-dtf.
arthur hovle,
Contractor and Builder
lint rctiirncil to Cairo and Is prepared to
take contracts lor
ALL KINDS OF HUILDINGS
And especially refers to his past record In
Cairo as a builder.
Headquarters at R. II. CuuiiliihamV,
Comiuerclid aenue. Kclcrcucc lolti eil.fc
Muiiu, It.- II. Cunnliigliani and John Wood,
Kiq. MOtr.
LIME
CEMENT I
JAME3 ROSS,
SIAUl II
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINO.S
Commcroial-av., Foot of Elovonth-st.
Host quality of Lirao nnd Comont al
ways on bund, and for salo nt tbo
vor.v lovnst figures for cosh.
T II E
CAIRO rRICE CURRENT
ISSUED SEMI-WEEK LY,
DAYS OF 18SUETUESSDAY AND FRIDAY
Olllco in tlio llullctlu Hulldlng, comer o
Twelfth St, und Wellington avo,
Fnrnlsbeil in niiantitlei to suit Mihscrllr
iri-s, with their card ut the head of tho tlit
uoiumiii . t'ricc J. per nunureu, payauie
evorySaturday..
UQrLeavu orders on morning of lusua
. 91,000 IN ONKYKK, ,
I To inly shrewd man who can do business
Ion the quiet, I guarantee uu luiiueuso Fur
(tunes, easily,, rapidly, and In periect safety.
lAudrcSM In perfect pohlldeuce, '
f ' . v' r ' Wm. WAimur,
1 , 29 Went Fourth ttreet, New York.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION 1C K.HS,
74 (kkconi) rtooR) onto l'ktk,
OAtltO, IUM
Hut and Sjem. Rf.al Ehtate,
PAY TAXES,
FUUN1HH A1ISTRAUTS OF "T1TLR
Aid per.MT OeTjraee.i4 ofKlodr!
oiKicr.Rins.
John (J. Ilaniiaii. Chas. Thrupp,
JOHN Q. IJARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AKl)
CONVEVANCLHS.
A'orlU for, Glli Nt. and ulilol.cre.
.1. E. LUKKIN,
Wtioleaata nml Retail Grnrer,
i
lias on hand nt all limes Vegetable, Fruits
Itiiltcrnud lltrjrs, l.ard.
Hosp.y, Tropical FntriTH, Ktc, Etc
rTTAII enmU Warr.iiited Fresh, and sold
nt Kinall 1'ixillt
N. It. Parrels delivered to iiliv hart of the
city to CiKlniners.
WK8T SIIIK COMMKIi(!!AI, AVK., IIKTWHSW
1 1 til AMI ISlll MTIlKKm.
Caiho, Illinois.
,btracts of Title, Conveyancliii: mat!
specialty, lteal KsLite bought and nolil.
IEiT I :ixm raid, etc.
Ic a
('OAs..
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii ireimrrd tu nupplr euttumrr with Hi
qtulltr or
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T i.
OltDKItS left at Ilallldav Urns, nfflrn. 7
OHIO i.kvek, or at the Coal Yard below tho
.St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. TUB TUtl ".1IONTAUK" Will hlinj COal
alnnvslde to Hteimern at any hour.
IIA.NICH
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
'liitrlrMt Misrrh SI, INitU.
OVFICR OF
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICIEUH :
A. 11. SAKFOHD. President ;
8. 8. TAYI.OIt. Virc-l'resldenf,
11. HY8L01', SecrcLiry and Treasu
eiavirrnasi
IVM, IUitri.iT,
K. II. Mt''rLTM,
It. II. ClINKINIIIUU.
J. M. I'uiLtm.
Cuts. 0i Hillm,
Pei. O. Bi-iiuh.
H. 1'. lUll.lliil,
Hi'liiiNllH ol aur Amimnl Kwlvrltrosn
sen soniN uiiwnraa.
Si
MTKKKST paid en ilepnslts si thi rate nl ell
MircciDi. pur Kiinum, uren istand nrpirnv
lii. Jntcroi't not withdrawn U r.dileit luiino.
illatlr Uitro iirinein-1 of llio iIciwhIii. thri-fbi
K'viiik limn. v('iiii.,iiiju lairrpni.
UAIIKIBIt WOMSK AND CI1ILDICKN MAT
DKI'OMT MONXY
O TUAT MU ONE KMX V.kU UW IT.
Open every Imxlritos dny fioiu V fc.ni. to 3 i.m
ami Haturdit ctoninu lr HAVINU DEPOSIT
onlj, from 8 to o'dcx-k.
auutl W. If rSLOl'. Treasurer.
Our Homo Advcrtisors.
CAIItO. 11,1,1 Nil.
CIir.Al' OROOERIK3
TI-I33 KBW SYSTEM.
QIIOCEUIES RETAILED AT WIIOLEHALE
ritlCEB I'OK CAHII.
AT II. O. TIIIKLKUKE'S STORK
WAHUIKOTO.I AVKSUE. IIETWKBV TKSTII
AND l'.LKV'KSVlt HTHEtTil.
6C 'hi. dky Cuba Sugar for -
9J i ii ' ii ,i . . .
UJ IDs, A colleo Sugar, n. Y. SHI.
I ' l'rlmo Rio Coiruo for - -J
" Choico " "
3 " Old Government Java -
Toas and other ituplo nnd fancy Grooo-
rlcf equally us cheap.
Uotids new and full welkin tvoti. tall
and try.
0
1 00
1 00
1 0C
1 CC
1 DC
NEW. YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AxD RETAIL.
LA 110 KMT VAniETV STOCK in the citt
GOODS SOLD VERY CI.OSK.
Corner of Nineteenth utrectiinil Com
IKTClltl AYt'llMI-,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C, O.I'ATIKIt.
JOHN SIIEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer la
VK.OKTAW.KS. FlttllTH. KflOH, I.AltD
Kit ICS 11 lluvrKIl, r.ru.
JOT" All (Inods warranted frenh, and soli!
the lowest prices.
Corner tith St. andCommereIalve.
7-'it t(.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B A.3STTC.
CAIRO, II.MNOIN
CAPITAL,
8100,000
W. P. IULUDAT, I'retlden ;
UltHlir Ij. IIAI.I.IDAV, Vice-Prhildrnt
A. H. UAFF0ni),Cafilier
WAI.TKH HY.SI.OI, AslHlanl Canhmr,
MBirfonsi
Hiiiti TATinn, Itoss bt II. CiNKINiinm,
Hinbi'Ij. lUiinir, W. 1'. lUtLinsr, '
tlsn. 1). Williamson, Hritins llisu
A. H.8rrnu.
KzobinKn, Coin and IIbUmI Niila
llitsMlu Bought nntl Hold.
P.POHITH tecolved, and
liiinlniii ilnno.
a Rfnornl lianklDa
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or SJAIKO.
OANIF.I, JlUllb, President! .
HOIIEIIT. MlLuKlt. Vluu.l'rcsldaat
U. N. llUdHIW, Casnlor.
COLLKOTIONS l'ROMITLY MADK.
EXCHANOK, enm. hank. notn and United
Htulci curltlDH boiiBht and ld.
Intnroat AIIowmI onT''nnIIpol
- PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, tuaatae, tlMolIae, '
WIWEO-W G-LASS.
WINDOW StlADIg,
And th oelebraled illumlnatlpx
AURORA OIL.
UROM'lUILDINn CC iltU VS. k OOH
MMOIAI. AV,
Oaibo,
tf
ILIVOII.
H. M. HULEN,
MERO H A N DISH K O Iv E R
AND
COMJIISSION .MEUCIIANT,
l'urchasfliig lor Merchants a speciality.
Otllcc: 110 Ohio Levee, CAIItO, ILlJs.
tSTItcleronces. Cairo Jlcrchants,
DANIEli LAM PERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eioiitu St., Ut. Com. & Wash.,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
Has Just opcnetl a new and styllidi estab
lishment, fully up to tlio times, and Invites
old customers and new, ladies, children and
all, to favor him with their patroungo.
JSTA1I work done In the Latest h'tylfr
WUUD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undarstftnod will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Chrap, Hoot Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the hlutcs at tho 1'oatoUlco and at Uosh
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth htrocln, Cairn, Illinois. 1
give good measure aud will cord tho wood
up Hilet'ircu.
auitlO-tr DENNIS HALET.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
OsoarJi. I.iis, defendant. Is hereby nntl.
tied that on thu 'iSth tiny of.May, IST'J, u writ
ofattai'hiiiont was ImiiciI out of the clerk's
ollleii ot tlui Alti.vimdi'r county circuit court,
in Ihu statu of Illinois a;ruliit your estate,
returnable on the llrst Jlomhiy of duly, ItiVi,
to a term of Mild court then to he holdeii ut
thu coin t-hoiisB, In Cairo, ut the suit of ller
imrd McMiiitti, jilulntlll', lor thu sum of
$;I7U, which writ has ben retiiriii'd served
on a K"i'nlhi'o, and that said Milt Is now
pemlliii; In said court. jNutv unless' you, tho
said ilul't'ml.iiit, shall appear, kIvii hall, and
plead within thu timo limited fur. your ap
pearance In said ease. Judgment will be ren
dered against you. ami proceedings taken
iiu'uinst mic 1 1 trarnisiico uccuruiiic; to law,
UKUIIKN 8. YOC'fiM. Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey Wheeler, plalntiirs attor
neys. 122J-3W.
December 12. 1872.
Ev e BXJL9 PJ
wnicn is xiua utxv maciirvei
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
."DOMESTIC"
A '
j iniwsrs tbU
jusstlon, i ul
prsssnts i
eord of menus
eapsrallsled la
ths Ustory of
th Invsatlos.
Aftatswaatsil
wrwktrt. .
J AddrsufiaX
DOMItTJO-irNkOOiwYortU
Homo Advertisements.
1UMHKR.
V
JO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDKHB' SUPPLY DRFCf
13J TCMTH bTUKIT,
iron
ISoor. Hash, Bllarta. Maaldlana,
r V IMIms (wad.WtMw mm4 Bmiw
rnmn, t'lnorlay, iMth,
NtalaulM, ClitiHl (Saab, Olawi Rids
McbU, Glued TraaMBs,
Maati WalchUi, Mnah rulltra aad C
llllnd rulenlura, Koolac
'!, liooflaic Crauut, lUalrla
Paper, Crjel Vl(, White
Lend, IJummI oil, Asuerleaa Wla4w
(Jtaaa, Euc-lliih audrreacb
Plait Olaw, i'niljr, U!aalera VataU
Hrvrer Plpea. Patent Chimaejra,
Eve,
41
Etc.,
Hte.
IIEN1H lor Kcclc Ritt atjr OumtM'
U ). ....... t. I " . '
W Jfjhn'ii imttrfiVH.1 llnriflnw kIwbvb am
hand.
S. WALTERS,
DUIISIS
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
n my ilexrrplian,
LATH, HHINIJLEy, OKDAIt POSTS
DOORS, HASH, J1LIND8
okde1w solicitbd.
Steamboat Lumbks,
- Kutnlilnil on rborlekt iiotlc.
L'oinmorciiil-av, bnt. 10th and llth-abj.,
OATRO II.I.IKOla.
IIKY 101IN.
'72. FAUAND WINTER '73.
c. HAN NY.
i.Aitiu: STOCK.
DROWN 8IIUUT1NUH,
l'HINTH,
TICKI1TOQ.
OUKCKrt,
STllU'ES,
KSHTUCKT Jf ANM, 7XTRA,
OASaiMEEH,
1ILAOK ALPAOAH
LUSTERS,
OflOSOHAIN SILKS,
POPLIlfM.
LARGE STOCK OF OARP STING
oil;oloths,
mattiko,
Wladaw Hhadsa,
OILT BANDS,
NOTTIN"OHAM LAOS
DAUABXB. .
Ula EaUre Htoefc
AT
VKHY LOW FIQURKS.
C011N1R 8Tn ST. AND COUUIROIAL-AT.,
Cairo, iliiaola.
iditr
WINKM AMU I.ItlOOKN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
M aa
OHIO MY11
Also, kp ooasUntljr on hand a most eom
' pUt stock of
OOT0H AND XUIH WBUKJM
' -GIN8,-
Port, Madorla, Shorry and Catawba Wln
RQMYTn A OO. i7TclnilTl7 far cash.lo
whloh fact tbr lovit lh Mpaelal aHaa
tion f elosa barialn tuysrs.
P.M. STO0KFLKTH,
soocaawi roau a tToeanata
Bacauya aat WhelaaaJa
raraiaraaM i
WINES AND LIQUORS
No, 62 Ohio Liyib, '
OAUM), lLLIMMa

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