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OFFICE, BTTIiLBTIlT BtJIXjX)IIra-, C03S,. 12TH STEBBT A.3sTX) WA.SKCIDCTCJ'rOlSr AVENUE.
JOHN II. OBIiKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Preaching, S.ibbalh nt nan. nml 7 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. in.
;i!if.alli School, !1 p.m. .1. M. I.:mili!li, Su
perintendent. Iti.v. II.Tiiaykk, Pastor
IIKTHOI'IST.-Cnr. Eighth and Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath lit HI) n.lii., and 7 p. 111
Prayer mectlm, Wednesday, 7' p.m.
Sabbath School, .'. p.m. I- W. Stlllwcll,
Hupcrintondctit. Uuv. K. I.. TllOMPtio.V,
OlllMtCH OK THE UKDEI'MEK-'EpIsco-
i'lonilng prayers. S abbath 101 !'"
Km'iiIiil' pra)ers, 75 p.m.
Sabbath School, I' a.m.
Ilr.v. II. Co an, Hector.
-T. PAil'ICK'S ('lIl'Utll-Miitli it. ami
l'lililic service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J a.m.
Vespers, 7 P.m.
Nibbalh School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, H a.m.
Itnvi ,P. .1. O llAl.I.')ltA.v, Prlct.
ST. JOSEPH'S ClU.'llf ll.-(triiiaii,) cor-
iicrot Walnut and Cross sHcet-.
la, every Sabbath ut 10 o'clock n, in.
Vespers, S p. m. . , ,
.Man during week day, S o'clock a. m.
I!kv. .'. IIoitman, I'rle-t.
street between Washington Avenue ami
l'niai lilic Sunday mornmir at l' ' dock,
.-abbath School at m o'clock p. m. II. C.
Ki:v. ltoii'r. lliM.iiin, Pastor.
vownc; men's niiir.vriAN assoCIa-
TION. ltcgulur meeting second Monday
each mmitli at their loom ocr Itockweil
(V book store, Commcieiid avfinie.
Weekly Pra)er meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
the room. . ...
I.. W. STII.MVKM.. President.
.SECOND MIH.-IONAItY liAI'TIST
( I J t 'lit "II. i.iiiiiT)i'nmiir ami Fort-
tirt MntU. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock n. m. mnl :t o'clock p. iu.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. 111.
The church Is connected ullli tin- Illinois
Association, by tin- 1 "irt 11 lounry ISsp-
tiu t Imrcli 01 alro.
Iti.v. mjI.omun l.r.uNAiiii, Pator.
Al'lIK AN' METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twti'ii Walnut ami Cedar.
Services. Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
(. Ii." meets at a p.m.
SECONl' FltEE WILL IlAl'TIST Klf-
i;ciitli StrcM., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 1) ami 3 p. m.
Hkv. N. ItlCKn, Pator.
FltEE WII.I. ItAPiiST 1IO.MK MISSION
sAltllATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
uihi Ccdur Street.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
rllt.VI FltEE WII.I. UAPiisT CHITIICII
-4. um 's lUrnicki
Seniles, .-abbath 11 a. 111., 3 p.m. A .Jp-m.
Iti.v. Wm. Ki;i.i.i:v. 1'ai.tor.
nitSTMISSIONAHY UAI'TIST Cill.'ltCII.
-(-'cdar, bctuecn Ninth and Tenth st.
rrciieliln sabbath, 10J a.m. ami 75 p.m.
l'raver meeting, Wedlie-daV eelillH'.
Preaching, Friday fHlns.
h.ibbath ?ehool, lj p.m. .lolm anllaxtcr
and iUry Stephen-. siipTintciidciil-.
ItKV. T. .1. SlIDKKn, l'ator.
SUt'OXI) IlAl'TIST CllFUCII-Fourteeiitli
"treet, between t.eda.- and alnut. I he
ouly Ilaptbt church recognized by the .W
Scnlcei-, sabbath, 11 a.m. .1p.in.iind . p.m.
l!rv. Jacob Hiuihxv, Klder.
CAlItO-COMiiANUKUY, .No. 13.-Statcd
Arriimlr at tin' A)luiu .Mamnlc Hall, urnt
nud thiril .Monday. In each month.
CAIItU ( Ol Mil., N(i.2l. Kr-'UUrConyu.
callon at .Ma.onle Hull, the eeoud 1- rlday
In each month.
CA1KO ClIAl'ir.H No. 71. Itcuiliar Con
oeatlou nt Macule Hall, on the third
Tue.dav ol cicry month.
CA1IIO lAIIKii:, No. ill F.& A. .M.-Itei;i.
I.ir CiiiimiiulcalloiK at .Mii-milc Hall, the
ccoiid and timrth Mninln; or each mouth.
AI.nXANI)i:it l.OlXli:. -'.'.t-.Meet. In Odd-
IVIIow.' Hall, In ArterV btiildiinr, e.ry
Thursday u eiilns at S o'clock.
(iovcrnor-r.ich.ird .1. 0lly.
l.lcuteiiant-lioernor .lolm I.. IjoM ridsc.
Secretary of state lieonro II. Harlow.
Audit ir of State-C. K. l.ipplllcott.
Stiiu rr.iarT 'JA'P1'"" ".'!":. , ,.
Attoriii-v dencriil -J.uni-. K. l.dKill
supt. 1'iiblle In-tnictlon-.Newtoii Hatemau
Senator I.ymaii Trumbull and John A.
''"tcprei'Pntatlvc for the State-at-l.ttrge 3.
Iteprep-eutatlvi! lliirtecnin i;iinci .lomi'
.MKMIIi:U? (tKNKUAI. ASn.MIII.Y.
Iteprescntatie In the Will dlfict.
John II. Oberly, Win. A. J.eiunu and .Math
eiv J. Inscore.
Senator lor the Willi district. .Iese are.
Judac I). J. llaker, or Aluviinder.
State's Attorney Patrick 11. l'ope.
Clerk-lt. S. Yociim.
S hurl if A. II. lrvln.
Wm. Martin Achor and Treasurer.
A so c i u 1 0 i . r" "l I . McCrltc and S. Marehll
don. Clerk Jacob n. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. (loomaii.
.Mavor .lohn .M. I.anxleu.
Treamrer II. A. Ciinulnnham.
Coinptrollcr i:. A. Ilurnett.
Clerk Michael llowhiy.
Marhhal Andrew Cain.
Atlornev 1'. II. Tope,
l'ollce MagMrjlos F. Urost and II. SLan
Wild of l'ollec-I,. II.Myer..
Mayor John M. l.aunlen.
First Ward 1'. (l.Sehuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Htaats Tavlor.
Cily.at-I.ari;e-W. 1". llafllday : nd D.
iio.vitn or Ai.t)i:uMi:.v.
Kir.t Ward -James ltcarden, A. 11. Saf
lord, Isaac. Wuldcr.
Second Wnrd-H. H. Cunningham, i:. Hit
der, ). Stancel, Jjme.i Swayne.
Third Ward-Wm. Stralton, J. li. j.,lli.
Fourth Ward-Jno. 11. ltobiuou, (i. n.
cae. J. 11. Metcalf.
TIIH VIUi: - J'l!i:.SIIKNT AND
OA K US AMKS liKFOUK
MITTKH. S0.MK FACTS THAT Mil. AMKS
AND .SO.MK THAT Mil, COJ.FAX
. HAH FOIKIOTTKN.
TO WHOM Til K I'HHSI DENTS
I'KOUI.AMA ('ION A
DR. K 0. TAKER,
Will resume the nrnctlco ol his prnfenilon
with ci-peclal referonci! to the electrleu
treatment ol iII-cupcs In nil the now and Im
proved methods of application.
In all ciims of .eui'ilo complaints a lady
will bo In attendance.
Olllce, lid Commercial acmie, up fctairs.
WILLIAM K.SMITH, M. D.
r-EfilllKN"F No. St Tlilttrrnih streft. t
XX twreu Wiiahinitinti HM'tulf und Wnlnilt BlrMt.
fTnici 12 OoiniiierelilHvcnu", up t-tBirn.
0. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
RF.HIIiKNCK-oornsrNlnlh Mid WMnut Mf,
Ulheo coiiioi sutli mrel Kiid lllilo Ifvce.
Olllce hours from f.'a.m. to Vi m., nud 0 ).m
II. WAKDNER, M. D.
RFHIPES'OF "nrrer MoetifDth ftreot and
Wkilil"gtin wnue. near court hoi ft. Of.
(let or Arier'OriM'eryt'ir, Offlee Huuralrom
9 a.m., to 12 iu, and :roni 2 to 4 p. ta.
WAHlllNoio.Vj.Irtii.'-'J. Judyc i'oland's
coiiimitteo rciimiecl examination of Ouket
Alua-. who tonillud that ho agreed to my
-Mr Colliix 'J(l tlmrej of Oroiit Mobille'r
etock. In December ISi;7, wltiiei received
JiviJeiuli upon it of bJ par cent., Iu
Union i Villi; boud.i. Ho Accounted to
.Mr. Col'ux for tliu bondi sold by witness.
In .Michigan in 184H, .Mr. Cjlfax jvo
witnots a chunk for 'i.'ll dolUrr. Wilriett
didn't ruinembcr delivering; miy t'.oeU to
Mr. Colfax, tho cheek and pra
ceedi of L'nion l'acillc Hock paid
for tho . Credit .Mubilier Hock.
In Juno following witrien guve .Mr. Col
fax 0 chock for tl.'JOO, tho dividend! on
hii CroJit Mobillur rtock. Cullux hud
r.ovur cnllo d upon wllnns for Credit Mo
bilier ituck i had it rutdy to dellvur to
In rti whenever ho wanted it; itinpoted
Collar tinderitood that the Sl.'JuO the
dividnd 11 pun the hlock ; witrieti had no
recollection thai Colfax paid him thm
SI.'JOo; it don't oolong to witnes. Mr.
Colfm, who wmi pretent, find ho rcauorud
what he mid before In regard to thu f 1,'JOO
und proceeded to fjuestion Amc), averting
be would provo tho riegalivo of hi. Mate
menli. Amet' replirt ucro to tho eflect
that ho fold thu dividend und uccouuted
for the proceed to Colfax j that ho had
not told the stock, but re-trdel Colfux 11 1
proprietor of it now; didn't remember what
Colfax fiilJ ut Ihu next eeMlon about the
trnnactiun being oil ; did not rcimmber
fay ing after ho heard tho te.timuny of
Colfax on January 7, tliat .what ho uid
wa (.urrect; thero worn no bond divi
dciidn ai Huranthad ftated, but that the
boridi wero cortillciilei which ho (A me-;
liehl for Colfux'i', stock; had never ol
forvd theie certificates to Coif.u, us ho
wat wailing tho reiult of th, nuit; tho
ehwk lorcl,-0U Hal pnynblo to Schuyler
Colfax; it hi in pomoiion of the sergeant
iilirm ; tho check wai giveu a long time
before tho conversation ubout tho matter
being ol!'; it was given in June, and
tho conversation about tho matter being
otl' wm nut till tho next ic.siuii ; nsver
gave Colfax bonds or stock in tho Union
Colfux thou ...id If tho committco would
a low him ho would ussert under oath,
that ho hud no reinombruiico of receiving
a single dollar from Amo-, and did so ut-serl.
During tho (tie.tionlng Colfax cekod
Ames if ho hud not staled that his (Col
fux'i) testimony of January 7 was cor
reel, to which Ame replied, he
did not rpmornber what Col
fax ttated J ho had not been
Informed to that effect by .Mr.
Crounso of tho Now York Times, und
that Crounso had no telfgruphod to his
Amos was then questioned iu regard to
thu statement of itnator Wilson, and said
tho testimony of. thut gontleinan wan sub
stantially correct. His recollection wa?,
an 1 his books thow, that lio hail settled
witli Wilson ; thought that Wilson re
colvcd dividend, and upon settling tho
mutter retnriiod it o.;Ho nor .Mr. WiUon
received nothing but $3,000 buck, and 10
jior cent upon It.
Ames was then questioned fts regards
Alliscu of Iowa, and tostitiod thai Allisun
bought $l,OJ0 worth of Credit Mobilior
stock which witness got for lilni witli
eighty per cent, dividends in Union
i'.icilio railroad bonds, and Allhon sottled
it by 11 chock for $"0, balaiico which ect
Itud (or boniU and interost. Allison
then received 11 check for six thousand
dollar, dividend Iu June. The chock
which witness gave Allison ho hud found
witlv. ilia sorgeant-at-arms, endorsed by
Allison. AVhou lio got tho cash divldond
Irom tlio Credit Mobilior, ho Uopositod
flO,000 with tho Jergpiint-at-arms, and
drow on it to pay stockholders. Allison
received his stock cortillcatos at tho timo
hu boiiiht them, but returned them to
witness last Marcli ; lio didn't know why
ho retumo 1 them.
Ames then test I tied that Sonators Conk
ling and Fowler bad never boen stock
holders in tho Credit Mobilier.
Tho uggrcgnto numbor of shares distrib
uted by witness was 180.
Question : "What becumo of tlio resi
due ilOQ hharoi assigned to you ?"
Anus: ''They wore distributed to other
parlies nuliido of congress."
Quostion ; "To any official ?"
Ames; ''No, air, nnd 1 do not think I
over will sell stock to members of congresi
or oflloals ngaln." Laughter.
Wlinon had conversation witli Bout
wiill, but Lo declined taking my nock.
I supposed that lio would tnku stock, but
CAt.i.Kii o.v nir. ritr.snir.Kr.
Chin, O'Ncil of l'hiladclpliia called on
tho president this morning, and bad a con
versation with him In relation to bis recent
proclamation, as ellecting member of tho
school and education boards, and director
of public schools. Tho president said ho
did not intend his proclamation to apply,
to member! of uch boards, and school
directors, who bold national office, and
that such need not rinigti them. Hu also
said thut if ntceitary ho would modify his
proclamation to reach Mich classes. His
doiiro being that tlioso Interested in our
public school ytcm should not diminish
thoir laudable and unrowarded cxortlons
in so good a cauto.
Tim president signed tlm.MU to Incor
porate Lojinis' perh.1 telegraph compa-
Tho senuto committee on privilege and
election will commence, examination of
tho J.ouiilunn matter to-morrow morn
ing, and rcsumo tbo Caldwell investiga
tion next Saturday. Tho committed did
not hold n meeting to-day.
voir. KOIl SKNATOl.
Atlanta, Uh, Jan. UJ.-Thu following
is tho roftill of tho lirst joint ballot to-day
iu tho general uttombly lor United ."State
senator: tiordoti SI, Stephens 71, Hill
34, Field S, Aekerman 1 1.
O'lLLlSUV IJ.CI.Altl.I) Kl.r.tlKl).
.SrniNfirtKM), Jan. '22. Thu general
assembly in Joint session to-day, declared
Iiichurd J. Oglesby elected United States
senator for 0 ycur, from the 1th oi .March
Tho houie resolution ot IhuiikJ to tho
captain und mill of tno United States
steamer Moccasin, for their service to
ward tho wrecked steamer Metis, Au
gust last, was concurred in.
Tho house bill abolishing tbo grades of
admiral and vice-admiral in the navy was
Senutor C'ugin from tbo naval commit,
lee rrported favorably the house bill to
prevent thu employment of otUcers on tho
retired )Wt, und tho bill to promoto secur
ing of jflicictit seamen for tho navy.
Senator llucklnglmui from tho commit"
tco on Indian affairs, reported a bill to
uuthurizo the secretary ol tho interior to
negotiate with tho Creek Indians lor a
portion of tho laiiJs occupied by them.
Senator Stewart from tho commitlea on
tho l'acillc rutlroad reported with an
amendment tho bill supplemental to tho
act incorporating tho Texas l'acillc rail
road company, which was passed.
Seliutor Weal presented tho credentials
of McMillan, hied by tho Warmoth legis-
Inline, to Qil tho unexpired term of Kel
logg a UniteJ Stutoi senator from Louisi
ana, aud also tu credentials of l!ay(
olectod by tho Koilogg legislature. Tho J
credentials of both wero referred to tbo I
committee on privileges und elections.
Senator Elmunds from tlio judiciary
coniiiilltco reported a substitute for Sena
tor Morton's bill to regulate tbo Geneva
Senator Ames from tlio committco on
finance reported thu original bill estab
li.bing four dollars, eighty-six und sixty
live ol.e.huudredllis as thu cuttom-huuto
value of the sovereign or pound sterling of
Great Uritain, and tho par of exchungo
bills; it also provides that all con
tracts made after tho lsl
day of Junuasy, 1873, bawl on assumed
par of exehango with Grout llritain, of M
puiico to tho dollar, or four dollars aud
forty-four and four-ninth cents to thu
pound sterling, shall bo null and void ;
aud it is also provided generally, that thu
value on all 1'oroign coin, as exjirejied in
money or accounts of tho United Stales bo
that of par metal of uch coin, of stundard
value of foreign standard coins in circu
lation In this country, and Bhall bo esti
mated nnnually by a director of tho mint,
and promulgated on tho first of Jai.uary
by tho secretary of tho treasury.
At tho expiration of tho morning hour,
tho bill to provide for tho construction of
six now oloops of war, increased by amend
ment to ten, was resumed, nml the amend
ment offered by Sherman yesterday, pro
viding that neither of tho vessels thould
bo commenced till completO' plans, models
and specification for it shall bo proposed,
was agreed to.
Senator Morrill of Vermont offered an
nmondmont providing that tho bjurd of
urvoy having power to authorize change
in tho plans for tho vossols, shall estimate
tho cost of such changes, und that coir
tractor shall bo bound by such estimates.
Senator Casserly movod to subitituto
tho main points of tho house bill for tho
bill roportod from tho committco on naval
uffuin. Lost. The bill was then passed :
Yeas 39, Nays 8.
Senator IWtnsiy movod to assign noxt
Monday for tho consideration of the postal
Senator Coukling fuld lio would
olject to fixing nny day for the
consideration of thut bill, till sumo action
should Urit bo taken to abolish tho fra'ik
Tho sonata then resumed consideration
of tlio calendar, nnd sovorul bills granting
A bill to allow women to votn and hold
offices in tho territories was indontlnitoly
On motion of Sonator llainsey tho bill
to abolish, tho franking privilege was
taken up. Voto: Yea 20, N'aye 13.
Senator Morrill of Vermont offured a
resolution providing that no nllownnco
shall now or hornaftor bo mado for con
gres In view of tho franking prlvilcgo.
Without this abolition it would bo a
Senator Frolinghtiysen didn't favor the
abolition of tho franking privilege, becauso
ho thought it undesirablothat thero should
bo any tax Imposed by tlio gnvornment
upon communication boteon tho peo
plo and their representative?. To him
personally, It would be a relief to bo de
prived of tie franking privllogo, but ho
looked upon it as a privilego valuablo to
ho people, nml of which tlioy ought not
to bo deprived becanso it wis abused,
Tho abuses of It, bowover, should bo cor
rected, and that could bo bastdoco by lim
iting thu privilege to postals weighing not
lesi than onu ounce, und by tbo prepara
tion of a single compendium In ono vol
ume. Information Bbout"puElicaffalrs was
most necessary and useful to the people
Senator Tipton said ho would liko to
correct tho abuses of the privilege, but not
to abolish it.
Senator Wilson said ho didn't desiro it
as a privilege at all, nnd ho was willing
now, us lie had always boen, to relitiijuiili
it unconditionally, but ho was not ran
guino as to tbo saving to bo effected by
S.iniilor Hill gavo notice that when tho
IcgMallvu appropriation bill should como
up, ho would offer un amendment, in
creating tlio compensation of members of
congress, and ho moved that in tho mean
time pending, tho bill lio on tho table.
Tho amendment offerol by Senator Mor
rill of Vormont was then agreed to.
On motion of Senator Carpenter the
bill was then so amended as to abolish tho
franking privilege on tlio 1st of July noxt,
Tho bill then passed : Yeas 33, Nays 1C.
She scnato adjourned.
Tho Colorado bill was discussed till tbo
expiration of tbo morning hour, und then
went over without action.
Tho Wathington territory bill, to amend
tho act granting the right of way to tho
Walla Walla und Columbia railroad com
pany, was taken up and pased.
The houso thcn'.took up tho bill for creat
ing commissioners of commerced, and for
giving bounties to American ship-builders.
After speeches against tho bill by
Messrs Potter, Kerr, Wood und Harm
worth, Mr. Cox moved to lay tho bill on
the table. Carried; Yae 113, Fay CI.
Mr. Garfield from the appropriation
committee reportod 11 bill appropriating
$113,000 dollar to supply tho deficiency
for tbo expenses of tho United States
mixed committee on American and Brit
ish claims. I'a'-ed.
After a brief discussion tbo bill wa's
The speaker presented a messago from
tho president vetoing tho act reducing
from two years to six months, tho tlmo in
which now trills may be.on motion of tho
United States, granted in tho court of
claims. Tlio president failed to seo nny
advantages in tho proposed lav, and re
garded it as tending to facilitato the per
petration of frauds in tho United States.
Tho inossago was referred to tho judiciary
Tho house then adjourned.
EXl'LOSIOX OF SEVERAL TO.NS
OF MOLTEN METAL.
I'okt DurostT, lid., Jan. 22. Tele
graph ofilco is opened in tlio second story
of the operator' residence. Tlio river i
falling slowly, Tlio gorgo of ico is still
thlrty-tlvo feet high. Tlio only dtnger
now is of a riso abovo coming down with
a gorge, which would swoep uway halt
tlio town. Thodamago in tho city i im
mense. an Kxrr.09ios
l'lTTSiiuito, Jan. 22 Last evening
while workmen at Ilatemaii A: Garrison's
foundry wero moving n ladle filled witli
several tons of molten metal, tho crane
hooks broke, lotting tho iron fall into a
holo which contained somo two foot of
water, und n terrific explosion followed.
Tlio roof of I ho building was carrlod, und
tlio walls cracked. Houses in tho viiinlty
had their windows badly shattered.
Soveral workmen wero slightly Injured.
A CONFERENCE AT
SHOOTING OF COMMUNIS'TS.
as bis motto, "Strength, but not Impa
tience' COMMUNISTS ,1UOT.
Farm,. Jan. i.Feronllly, Do Camp
and llenot, condemned Communists, woro
bot early this morning In Satory l'laln.
Keronllly diod without uttering a word;
Do Camp's last word wore, " I dio assas
inatcd, crushed down with falso witnesses,
lawyors and Thiers." llenot died creel
ing for tho republic nnd tho Coinmuno
army. Only ono volley was fire J, as all
Washington, Jan,'-".'. l'robablllties
For New England winds shifting to north
erly and castorly on Thurisday, with in
creasing cloudiness. For tbo .Middle
states falling barometer, frch and brisk
northerly to easterly winds, cloudy
weather and snow except for tho northern
portion nnd probably light snow. For
tho South Atlantic and Eastern Gulf
stites easterly to southerly winds, falling
barotnoter, rising tomperaturo and rain.
For tho Western Gulf state and north
ward to WLconsin ami Minnesota rlsinu
barotnoter, falling lornpornlu.ro, frosli and
brisk northerly to westerly winds, clear
and clearing weather, and these conditions
oxtend CAitward during tho day probably
ovor tho states of Michigan, Kentucky,
Wisconsin and eastern portions of Georgia
St, Louis Jn. 22. Flour higher, 610
(3,15; X S0(!G CO; XXX $7 titS Go;
lamily JS 7C0j,O f5. heal firm; No 2
spring oft$l 3Cfu)l 10; No 'J red $1
1 Dd. Corn in belter demand and hi'her;
No'J mixed 40llc; No 'J white 41(2,r.'c.
Harley unchanged; No U spring 7t(ii5e;
Vo 1 nnd cnolco Wc(n,l. Ityo firm; No 2
7oc. l'ark 8rm and unchanged. Dry
salt meats firmer; loose shoulders Ije;
clear rib OJ&Ojc. Dacon very strong;
shoulders fij; clear sides Sc. hard firm;
prlmo steam 7Q0c. Cotleo higher; no
JlCii'Jlc. Sugar steady and ilnn; Louisi
ana 6,11J. Plantation molasses C770c.
Whiskev steady, OOc flogs firm iitid
hiiher, $3 G01 10; mostly ot S3 80
Chicago, Jon. '22. Flour in good de
mand, wheat irregular and n shadu lower;
Firm, N'o. ti Spring, 125 ; Spot '2'i.
Corn in in fair demand, '2 mixed : 3uj
cash; 31 February. Oat stoadv, '2
2J; Kye scarce nnd firm 2 CSSS ; Hur
ler weak and lower'-' fall 7Tjr7tjj; 3 CO.
Fork firm $11.85(11.00. Lard t7.257.35
spot; $7.0007.00 March, green hams
78J; for for 1C(S)16 lbs average bulk
middles packed; C Shoulders; Looso 3 J ;
boxed 4J; Whisky fit.
Mr.Jtrin. Jan. '2'2. Cotton higher; low
middling 17 Jc; good ordinary 18Jc; re
ceipts 1,015 bales. Flour $0 SO&SIO CO.
Cornmeal to nrrivo 320 cars, none hero.
Oats in fair domand nnd lower at 4Sc.
Hay nnminul. Jl run scarce nnd firm at
20e. Hulk meal firm and scarce; houU
der 5c; side 7c. Lard steady at 8
New York, Jan. 22. Flour fairlv
active, superior western Sfi '-'C7 10; com
mon to nood extra $7 35(,7 tij; good to
choice $S lOffj'i -IS; white wheat oxtn 58-
IG10 35. Whiskey firm f3jc. Wheat
in good demand, Chicago spring $1 OS; in
store $1 CI; No 3 $1 55; whito western in
stork S- 10; amber $2. llyo unchanged,
llarloy fair dmnnnd No 2 we.tern SI I2(7
1 0". Corn high, old western mixed afloat
C707Jc; ctoro 04J; umv Ctijc;
vollow G7c. Oats weak- now western
mixed ol."3c; whito o450c. Coffee
quiet, rio 17J20Jc. Suirnr steady. .Mo
lasses inactive. Mess pork 1 Ic. Ilocf un
changed. Cut moits uulet; hams 7J(n) lie;
shoulders 5c; middles unchanged. "Lard
firmer; wostern steam 88 6-lCe; kettlo
New York, Jan. 22. Mony fairly
activo and easy at f.fi)7, witli fall to o.
Sterling strong, 'J20. Gold less active,
opened I3J; sold down to 13J; up 10J;
down 1H; closing 10J. Loans C2 per
cent, for carrying nnd flat for borrowing.
Clearings HiS.UOO.ouo. Treasury disburse
ments IiO.oOO. Export to-day 17,000.
Gold coin M.157.
London, Jan. '.'2. It is reported that a
conference hns boon hold at Chlselhurst,
when It wa docided that Empres Hugo
nlo and Frinco Joromo Napoleon should
bo tho political guardian of tho princo
Imr.orial. Thoro will bo, thorefoio, a di
rect moveraont of tho party. It is said
that no manifesto announcing tho Inten
tions of tho Uonapartists will bo issuod
The princo imperial will not bo called
Napoleon IV, but will bo known at
"Count riorrtfoudt." lio lint adoptod
troublo with sandbar bolow bore, and are
pormlltod to tako down full trips.
Special dispatches to Tub Hullktix
report tlio condition of tho Mississippi and
Ohio rlvors at various places.
1IUSINEK AND WEATIIKn.
Uusiness was vory good among tho ship
ping In spilo of n cold drizzling rain,
which fell all day, making tho trooU and
levco nasty and sloppy.
Tho Henry C. Vaegor discharged 500
htids. sugar at tho railroad wharf, and gcos
on to Cincinnati with tho rest of her
Thu Lady Leo had to l iyupal Hickman
forty-oight hour on account of tho heavy
ice. Sho left for St. Louis yesterday
morning with a good trip of sugar and
Tup Mary Davago with two barges of,
assorted freight, and tlio Haven with a tow
of salt loft for St. Louis yesterday morn
ing. Tlio Alaska towing two barges only
landed hero for coal. Sho had to lay up
at llelmont several days on account of tho
Ciipt. William fllako has disposed of his?
interest in tlio steamer Capitol City to the
Anchor line, for nil cf tho steamer Julia
und nis regular duy in thu Vickiburg
Tlio llolfal was to loavo Inst cvonlng
for New Madrid lend, whero tho ha en
gagements for 11.000 saektt of corn for
New Orleans. Sho took only a light
amount of freight from hero.
Tlio Joo ICinney came to tho wharf yes
trday und commerced taking on a cargo
for New Orleun3 und way points.
Tho George C. Wolff leaves to-day with
300 tons of K'.nl river freight and consid
erable freight for way landings along tlio
A two-hono team took fright at some
thing near tho ferry boat yesterday uftor
noou and wont up tho levee ut ft tcrriblo
ruto of speed, and knocked the wagon into
Tho Win. J. Lewis and Andy Johnson
started for St. Louis yesterday.
Tlio St. Joseph was looked for hourly
Iat evening from St. Loui.
Illne anil I'aII nfltte filter.
For 21 hours endings p. 111. Jan. 22, IST.'l.
in. iu. in.
Ml' VI', LOW
SERVING THK DEVIL IN
A Washington correspoJent write :
"At tho reception of Mrs. Fish' 1 (aw
tomoof the handiomost vulilng drones I
huvo ever soon. I will now add blue
green to my limited rtptrtoire of hat
week. All tbo new color of tbi wintw
are perfect, and tbo ladle make th cot
to mo complete by having tho bonnet to
match. Wo meet certain l.dles, and
can always bo uro that they will
gratify tho xithetls tasta by loms
thing bsautiful. Of such I may
mention Miss Ella Ray, who Is quit
a beautiful girl; also, Mrs. James lllalr
and her two Uaughtur. They havts lata
l;returned from Europe, and it would b
unpardonable If they wero not well sup
plied with olegant dresses. Mr. JameiO.
Kenrudy has a largo number of the latcttt
and nutt elegant style). Tho handsotna
wifo of Alex. H. Shepherd, of our board of
public works, array herself beautifully;
Madam ltlacnie Hey dresses richly, and"
iu perfect lasto. Madamo do Noallllt hai
somo of thu nucerost-lookini: carmen ts:
ono has. a back sacque with tho three seami
liko a man's overcoat, and fall looo
from lr form, which is in bad tasto, at
sho is stout. This garment Is coarse
looking, and lias an order of one n
known kind of fur that look common.
Sho has somo elegant ovonlng costume.
I mother Siturday night at Mrs. DM
gren's, and tho woro a whito satin train,
with over-dress of pale-blue satin, which
had a deop fiounco of point laco. Tho
dress was very low in the neck, which I
one of tho fashion all foreign women ad
"1 hursday the weather was fine, and as
it was senatorial reception-day, there wert)
II j many out visiting as thero were the
day before Nearly all tho senator now
keep house, and man v of them havo chaim-
ing wives to presldo over their establish
ments. Senator Corbjtt of Oregon ha
a beautiful young wifo. She is our neigh
bor, and wo feel grcBt regrot that this it
hii lust winter in Wa-liincton. 1 don't
supposo that tho sonato will feel her hut
baud' loss, for hu doesn't seem to be a
man of much force of character, but so
cially he i a popular gontlcman."
l'OKT OF C.UltO.
Steamer Lady Leo, Now Orloans
" Armadillo, Nuw Orleans
o l'otomuc, Cincinnati
" Alaska, Now Orleans
" Northwoitcrn, Columbus
" Octavia, .Mound City
" Jas. Fiali, l'aducali
" Mary .Miller, Now Orleans
Stontiiur Lady Leo, St. Louis
" Armadillo, Cincinnati
" l'otomac, Memphis
" Shannon, .New Orleans
" Win. J. Low!, St. Louis
" Glasgow, Hickmuu
11 itiiven, St. Louis
11 Mary Havugu, St. Louis
11 Alaska, Cincinnati
" Northwe.tern, Columbus
Andy Johnson, St. Louis
" Mary Miller, Cincinnati
" Jus.'Fisk, Fiuluciili
II1U NUDIA' COAL.
Steamboat)! supplied at any time, both day
uud night with cither Lump or ChcMuiit
Coal, iu any iiuanlity an 1 on iiiuul tcr.iii..
at thu yard at Grand Tower, IIII110I1. c
clal contracts offered on favorable terms,
11. V. OLVriu.vr, Gen, Supt.
D.O. ltOKUB. Sales AgoiU.
CONDITION OK THE lUVKRM.
During tho past twenty-four hours tho
Ohio receded llvo inches, ami very little
ico wus going by ; but eomo rather heavy
ico floated by night boloro lust. Ico Is
till passing out of tlio Mississippi, but i
not vory heavy, and boat can very oasily
run through it. Capt. Cartor of tho
Wolff, says thoro It only four feot of
wator In Hud river. Tho Mississippi at
this point Is falling, nnd thoro Is about tlx
font wator In tbo channol to St. Louis,
Tho Ohio bo a good atago ol water, with
protptcD good for mor, Boat bar a
PHIL. 110 WARD,
City ftntxemat Daak BnUdltsc
OjuSprcial attention paid to order Irom slua
bniU night onlii
The iplendid ntunr
Cincinnati .it 7:1
Louisville 11 t!!3
.Memphis I!! !
Vickabtirg 17 : ,
Shrovepoit 3 3
.a..hlllo. .. 10
.S'ew Orleans li
(forced, tllclow high water. tltMuir,
Olllclal. THUS. L. WATSON,
Observer &lg. Ser. L S. A.
Sr. Lout", Jan. '22 Tbo Adam Jacobs
camo up from Grand Tower to-day, tho
first arrival of the seaon. Colorado and
Mary MclJonald will ho hero to-night,
Thu Jlichmond left for Now Orleans draw
ing 7 feet, una Alico for Memphis,
Kivor rising. Woather colder. Weather
colder. Thero was rain this evening, and
snow to-night. Thoro is a gorge abovo St.
KvANSvn.i.r, lnd. Jan. V!2. Clondv
and snowing sinco noon, mercury 33 to
10. lliver risen '' feet. Down, Arkansa
ll.dle, 0 p. m., Kobt Mitchell, 7 a. in.,
Kddyvillo nnd Quickstep 0 p. m. Up, J
W. Garrett and Harge 10 p. m.j Fuvotto,
9 a. in. j Fall Fib tip m. Storm n
terferod with business. Signs of rain tonight.
riTTnuiio, .Jan. - J. uomiy. .Morcury
30 at C p. 111. lliver nbotit stationary
with tl feet water in tho channel. The
Carrio Hrooks departed for Wheollni!
Tho following stoamnrs departed with coil
for Cincinnati : V. F. Wilso, 80.000 bush-
ols; Glpsic. (10,000 bushols for Louisville ;
t m.i nnn 1....1...1.. l.-....nA aQ rtn.i
btiihels ; Tom Dodsworth, 134,000 bushel.
Soveral oilier steamers are arranging thoir
tows for an early departure.
Lncisvii.i.f, .lan. 22 uivcr risen 11 it.
f'ntial7: Chuto 7. Cloudy and damp,
Tliit morning hoavy snow slnco 2 p. m.,
and still falling. .Mercury ranged from
3n to -10. Arrived, Oumelia, Cinti, Cnllior
ami Herges for l'lttsburg. Departed,
lle'le, Vernon lulls; Nashville, Charley
McDonald took f coal boats down fall
and camn up samo for rest of hor tow
Again in descending falls with two coal
boats and fuel boat struck coal
boats on rooks at head of chule, causing
them to leak water freely. T ley wore
run down and sunk closo to bank at foot
of Sand Island.
ESTMr. Juinos l'artun having arrived
In Columbus, Ohio, tlio 'Slntn Journal' of
thut place remark that ''tliore nro 370
honorable grntlomon who suspect that
tlio object of his vMt is to writun person
al biography of tho distinguished suspect
rtfTj-'What do you call that?" In
diguantly askod a customer ut a cheap
restaurant, pointing to an object hu
had discovered iu hit pluta of bash.
"Wristband with ileevo button attached,
sir," said tlio waiter briskly. "Well, do
you consider Unit a proper tiling for a
man to Und in his hash?" akkod tho cus
tomer, In wrath. ''Good heavens, sir I"
cried tlio waltor, "would you expect to find
ti ten dollar sill; iimbrolla in a fifteen ecu
plato of hash ?"
CQyA newspaper of Iowa City give
rather a discouraging account of what tho
farmer in those "diggings" aro doing, or
rathor not doing. Hero is tlio price cur
rent: A pair of winter boots costs two
juads of potatoes; a night' lodging a load
of oati tbo wifo woari flvoacrca of wheat;
tho children each ten acres of corn; tho
prlco of an ovorceat I a good four-year
old ttoer; of a Sundays 11 It twontj fat hoes
Tho farm. too. wear a morlcai.o that is
worse than hard-pan to tbo toil, and tho
1 annual tax rot the roof fatter than rain.
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaver Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), a
t p.m. For freight or passage apply on boat
or to Jas. Malloht, Ac't.
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