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OFFICE, BTJXjIjSTIIT BTJIIiIDItBra-, COR. 12TH STBBBT A. IT 33 -WASIII3iTC3-,r03Sr .A. VHSIETTJBl.
JOHN H. OlKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING VASHINGfON-AV.
OUR OIIpUtJIIKH.
l,m:SHYTi:iA'NiSt'4 Strefcf.
Prcaihlntf, HuLbath t 10 a.m. and i) p.in
I'rayiir mcetiuir, "Wednesday ti p. in.
'ubballi .School, 3 p.m. J. .VI. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent. Hut. II. Thayku, Pastor
MirrilODIST. Cor. Klglith and Walnut St.
I'rcncliliiKf Kabbath ul 10 a.m.., and 7 p. ui
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I,. W . StlllWClI,
TEMOBAPHE
tJiipciintctidont.
rasior.
Ill'ltClI OK THE it'EI)KEMKH-(plM-iial.)
Morning prayers. Saboalh I0J u.m.
Kvenliw tna)(T!, "I'p.m.
"ubbatb School, l n.mJ
lti:v. K. Coan, Iteclor.
sT. PATtlCK'.S CHUItClI Mlth St. aud
WamiliiKtun Am-iiik-.
I'libllu mrvlce, SjblwtU 8:10 and 1QJ a.m.
crprra, 7 p.m.
.-ulilntli School, !! p.m.
J-VrUrv ix-ry day, &-a.m.
ItKV. P. J. Q'llAI.I.OItaN, Priest.
-T. JOSEPH'S ( lU.Itni. (llTlliaU,) COP
ntr or U'alMniHl CritM atrreta. -
Ma., every sibbath at 10 o'clock a. iu.
Vpl'tf, 1! r.lh. . A
la. .luring wtek da) . i o'clock n. in.
i fHnv. L. llomuN, Priest.
(.HUMAN , LUTHERAN CHPRCH-I3tb
tltk-n titwn Washington Avenue and
Walnut IfcLL-
Pret-hlii fjiinday niinii at 10 o doc.
abbalb .-fh'iol at !t o'clock p. m. 11. ;.
I'lilclokf, fcutffcrliiteiidmt.
I'.kv. Iton'T. llKi.nin, Pastor.
VOUNti MEN'S CiruiiTIAN ASHoClA
TIOX. Hfsular mcctlDtf second Mouday
iucIi montli t their room oser Rockwell
A Co' bookstore , Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'ryr mtctliiK, Friday, 7J p.m.at
tbf lO.HUi ...
L, W. sTii.t.WKi.u Pwldcnt.
ftlXOXD JUSMONAKY IJAPTlST
( HL'HCIli Corner Sycamore and hotly
Iirt Mlcila. '1'reachlllC fe.tbbatli at II
o'clock o. la. and :i o'clock p. m.
."tui.lay-School 1 o'clock p. ,
The church l mime ctcil with the Illinois
Afoclniloii, by the Klr-t Ii!onary Hp
tlt 'buret ol Olro.
11k. hoLoMoN I.voNAttn, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twecli s'almit and Cedar,
rim Ic, .Sabbath. 11 u.m.
Sabbath School, lj p;m.
CU inceti at 3 p.uij.
bi:coSD free wTLl baitist nr-
leentliJtrett., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 11 tuti 3 p.fci.
ltK .V. rti0K8, Panlor.
t'HKK WII.I. BAl-nST 1IOMK MISSION
SAllIlA'i'll SCHOOL. Comer alnut
and Cedar StrceW.
xbbath School, it a.m.
r IBM' 1'BKB YII.b BAPTIST OHUBCII
-Curry'. Ilarracka
Sen lce, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A .p--Bkv.
'u. Kkllbv, I'ator.
I'lltST SlISdIONABT'BAl'TIST CIIUBCH.
-l edar, bebvaen Ninth and Tenth St.
I'rcacldng babbath, 101 a,ra. and 7 p.m.
Prayer meetlnir. W edneday ceidns.
1'rrachlng, Kriday ecnlli2. ......
.-abbath .ichool, 1 J p.m. John ) alillaxtcr
aul Mary ntejihein, Suju-rlntcndcnU.
KKV. T. J. SlIOUKS, l'attor.
riKCONI) BAPTIST atUBCII-Kourteeuth
Street, between Ceda? and Walnut. I he
only BaptiU church recosnlzed by the A-
.oclatlon,
SerKe, Sabbath, It a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Bo'. Jacob Buaiilkv, Klder.
SKUHKT OUDEKS.
TUB MASONS.
OAlBOrCOMMAN'DBBY. No. 13.-Stated
Acmblv at the Aylum Maonlc Hall, tint
and third .Monday, in each mouth..
JA1BO COUNCIL, No.!il.-Bci(Ular(jno.
ration at MbkouIc Hall, the second Kriday
in each month.
CAIBO CH.M'Tl'.B No. 71.-BrgUlar Con.
ocatlon at Maontc Hall, on the third
Tiienday ol eery month,
C'AlllO I.OIMiB, NO. B.-17 K.A A. !. Bcku
lar Coininuiilcatioii at Maonlc Hall, the
econd and fourth Monday of ruch month.
TUB ODD-KEIXOWS.
Al.r.XANDKB I.OHOB, S-a-Mecti in Odd-
Fellow.' Hall, In Artef building, eeiy
rhun-day ecnli)K at 8 o clock.
STATK OFF1CEKS.
(lovcroor-Bicluul J. OKlefby.
Meutenant-loenior-.lohii I.. Bcrcrldgc.
secretary of State Qeorjfe 11. Harlow.
Auditor of State- C. B. Uppiucott.
Suto Treaurcr-Ca.per Biiw.
ttorncy-tieneral .lame h. Ldiall
' iupt. l'ubllc Inlruellon-Xe ton llateman
CONUBBSxMnN.
Senators' I.yuian Trumbull aud John A.
Losan. . ,
'lepreientatlvo for tho Statc-at-I.arge .
1. Ueeridge.
Iteprcseutatlvc Thirteenth Dlitrlct .lohn
M. Crebs.
MEMBEBS GENEBAI. ASSEMBLY.
JteprescntatUei In thn fiOth Ultirt.
.lohn H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma ami Math
rv J. Imcore.
Senator for the Mill dIMrlct. .Iee W arc,
COUNTY OKFICEBS.
ClltOUIT COUIIT.
.Iiidgo O. J. Baker, of Alexauder.
State'a Attorney Patrick II. I'op.
Clerk B. S. Yoclim.
Shorltr-A. H. Irvln. .
Wm. Martin Ascnor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COL'ltr.
Judge F. Broi.
Akioolatc J. B. McCrlte and ft. Marchll
don. ,
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uounan.
.MUNicii'.u. "govebvmbnt.
Mavor John M. Lannden.
Trcauurer 11. A. Cuuuiugtiam.
Comptroller K. A. Buniett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
.Manhal Andrew Calu.
Attorney P. II, Pope.
Police Mii(;ltrate V. Broia and B. Shan
ni'tfy.
Chief of Pollce-L. n. Myert.
8EI.RCT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lunvlcn.
Firit Ward P. O. Schnh.
Second Ward C. B. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staata Tavlor.
Clty-at-Large W. P. Halllday i nd I).
Uurd.
noAiin or ai-dkiimkn.
First Ward -Jamci Bearden, A. 11, Saf
lord, Isaac AValder.
Second,Ward-U. H. cunnlngliam, E. Bu.
der, Q. Stanccl, Jamei Swayue.
'lilrd Ward-Win. Stratlon, J. B. Phlllla.
Fourth Vard-Jno. II. Boblnion, O. H.
eaae, J. n. Mctcalf.
POLITICAL.
TUB VICB I'HKSfDEXT OLEAH
IN(1 UI'TIIE (JUEI)IT MO
111 LIEU MYSTERY.
THE TWELVE UUNJUIEI) J)OL
LA ItS PAID Toil (JAM-.
I'AKJ.V IMTUI'OSE.S.
OFFICIAL OltDKK OF Til K PltESI-DKNT.
HF.rUBTIlKK EXPLAINS HI.S .)!
DEB OF THE 17TH OF DK.
(JKMBKP..
ETC
ETC.,
ETC.
VnTHIt'lANN.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will renunie the practice ol his profcnlon
with especial reference to the electric
treatment ol dUeaaea In all the new and Im
proved method! of application. ,
In all caea of female coniplalnti a lady
will bo in attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up italn.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ESIDKNCK No. it Thirtocnlh atratt, t'
ice UilCominercUl ateau., up atalri.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QBSlDKNCK-cornarNinth and Walnut
liuror. corner nimi .! .
OiBoe houra from p a.m. to U m., aa.1 p.ro
H. WARDNER, M. D.
I) EHIDKK0K Corner MneUenth atreet and
lV Waahlnaton arenua, sear coutl houia. Ol
fit over Artar'aaroeary Blore.' Offloa Houra Irom
a.m.. 19 la n. ,fvw a v v .
COLTAX VINDICATED.
WAMllNoruy, Jan, 2U Tho Credit
.M obi Her Inveitlatton to-day anumcd a
more favorablu aprearanco for the com
plete vindication of Vico Crcildeut Col
fnx and llio clearing up of thi rnyilcry
wLlcli ha" einhrouded lit connectlcn with
ttio Cry. lit .Mnbilier. After r-an.i t.alian
of Jaiiiei Brook, and Sidney Dillon, during
wh nil no now fact were elicited, Robert
Hale, inoinbjr e'lwt from New York, up
peitrcd befort- the vumiutttea dJ tuld ho
vn lliero ni lb u friend and voumel of
Colfax, who wm engaged In making a
thorough emtnin.ilio.i of hit letters and
papan uuil when ho concluded ho deilred
to appear bcloro the comnilttco aair. Id
roferuncu to tliu check for 51,200 glrcn by
Amos. Colfux would prove that it wai a
itibicMption for jiolitical purpoiei by
Amui, and the monoy wai duly trnntmlt
ted to Indiaua to aid tho llepuolican
party.
II. C. Swain, caihier of the Firit Na
tional bank, wm called and teitificd that
on the 22d of Juno, the tame date of the
depotil of tho Colfax had obtained
a Grafton Now York for $1,000. Wltneii
Lore produced tbo original draft, and tho
ondoriomunt thowoi that It had been fc'.'tit
to atiJ the money drawn by A. II. Con
ner, chairman of tbo Indiana Republican
central coininltto. Mr. Ilalu tald ho da
ured to call no other witnetoi to-day,
but would bo probably alio to coitinno
on to-morrow. ,
Attbli new turn in aJin, Mr. Ainet
who Wa preient, exhibited coniidcrablo
uneailno4f, and thn latter '.vat then put
upon tho ttand and examined in reference
to the checkl Iren tn Patterion, Oarlield,
Kclloj,'', Allituii, nnd o'.liort.
AN OCrlCIAI. OMIIKR.
Thu president, in an otlicial order iiuod
through tho dopartmont of atite, says the
etccutivo order of December 17, relating
to holding of ttuto or municipal ollice of
aldermen and t-oiinriluieii, and to all oltl
ceri under all ton or village govern
mont!, without talarr or oompensation,
oi tho contrary poiitiont on boardi of
elucition, ictcx'l coinmliione:, public
librarie', religlout or elementary inititu
liom, incorporated, ottabliihed or tui-
tained by tate or municipal authoritlei,
and profeiiorhip4 in colleges, are not
rearded at olllcor.4 within the contem
plation of thu exocutive order. Ollice ri
of the federal govo'ntnont may therefore
engage in tuch tervlcet, provided that
tho attention required by tuch employ
ment doet not intorforo with tho regular
and ctlicient dUchargo of tho du
tiei of tbolr ofllco under
tho fedoral government. The head of
the department under whom tho federal
ofllco it held will in all cases bo tho olo
judge whether o'r not employment doet
thin interfere. The executive order of
the lulhuf January It not conildond at
prohibiting federal officer! from being
oulcert of militia in the ttatet and terri
tories, and unpaid torricn in local or mu
nicipal lire departmonti it not rogarded
without tho cfl'ect of tho cxccutlvo order,
und may bo performed by federal ofllcet,
provided it don't intorfero with tho regular
diicharge of tho tiutiot of the feleral of
llco. Employment by day at mechanic!
or laborer) In armorlct, arsenals, nary
yards, etc., doet not constitute an office ot
any kind, and.tbote so employed are not
within the contemplation .of tho order.
Mastor workmen and others who hold ap
pointment from tho government or from
nny department, wbother for a fixed time
or at tbo pleasuro of appointee are em
braced within tho oporation of tho order.
CONCESSIONAL.
SENATE.
On motion of Senator Corbett, the sec
retary of war was directed to inquire into
the expediency of enlisting a company of
Indian scouU to servo against tho Mo
docs. Undor unfinished business the legisla
tive appropriation bill catno up.
It was agreed that Bonator Cameron
should niovo to take up the French spolia
tion bill as soon as the legltlativo appro
priation bill was dlipotedof.
Sonator Kdmunds moved to reconsider
tho vote by which .Sliornian't amondment
of increasing tho salaries was adopted
yettorday. Lost; Yaet 14, nays 13U,
Senator Windom moved to strike out
thn appropriation of $10,000 for tempo
rary clerk in tho post-oflico department,
arguing that tuch clorkt would bo no,
longor neoded, now that the franking
privllego was abolished. Agreed to.
Senator Fprague moved to re
consider the vote by which
the amondment of Senator Morrill
was ndoptcd, prohiSlttn? payment fo any
Judgment of 'thn court or claims, except
claimants proved to havo nevor given aid
or comfort to the rebellion. t
Senator Morrill of Ycrmont moved to
lay tho motion to rceonldor on tho table.
Senate went Into executive solon and
toon adjourned.
HOUSE.
AVamiikoto.v, Jan. 20. The hill to ad
mit Colorado wat taken up, and, after an
animated dirualon, tabled; Yeas 117;
nays (II,
In tho Florida. contetted caie, Mr. Nib
lack was given tho sent and tworn in.
Mr. Wilton, chairman of the commltleo
on Union Pacific railroad and Credit Mo
blller Inveitlgalion, reported that Joteph
B, Stewart, witness before tho commit
tee, refued to antwer certain qnottlont as
to the dltpotltlon inude.by him of h large
amount of bondt given him in l&Slund
1805, during an argument of pending dlf
Dcultio! with other companies. Witneu
grounded his refusal on the principal of
communication! between countel and cli
ent. Being privileged, Mr. WiUon
moved for tho arrest of Stewart, and kept
tubject for further disunion,
Mr. Bingham mcvtd n arr.OTdmen,(
which was adopted by, 127 to 07, that
Stewart l.e brought before the home to
fhow cauo why ho thould not be com
mitted for contempt. Adjourned.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AHUUMENT l-'OU THE DEFENSE
IN THE TWEED TRIAL.
FOREIGN.
MONUMENT ERECTED TO THE
CAREY SISTERS.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
TWtCED.
N'icw Vokk, Jan. 29. In the Tweed
cato the couotel for tho defento announced
that they would call no more wltnetten
and then atked for the oxcluiion from the
record of all secondary evidence admitted
on the trial, which wai refuted. Fuller
ton then proceeded with the argument for
the defense.
MONUMENT TO TI1K CAKEY SISTEIIS
A monument hut Just been placed In
Grlonwood cemetery In memory of tho
gifted Caroy slstcrt. The idea of thu
monument originated with tho lata Hon.
Horace Greeley, who started tho subscrip
tion papers.
I' 11 U US DISCO VXItED.
lloiio.v, Jan. 23. Alleged fraudt in
revenue wore discovered in the ostcntible
ihlpuient of whiskey from Boston to St.
Pierra, but in reality landing it on tho
coait of Maine, whence it wat conveyed
in boats to Portland. .Sevoral Benton
pvtics are implicated.
KLECTKIC.
Gen. Thomas F. Eckert, itiperinlend
ant Weitcrn Union Telegraph company,
and George B. Prescott, oloctrlclan, aro to
visit Europe during the coming month on
behalf of the company to investigate tho
wotklngt of foreign telegraphy systomt,
especially tho 'appliances of pneumatic
tube, with the view to their Introduction
into tali country.
" fFnancial.
THE FIVE PER CENT. FUNDED
LOAN.
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS SOON TO
BE OPENED.
Vew YonK. Jan. t!3. Tho nrrance-
ments of the indicate for tho negotiation
of tho five per cent, funded loan have so
far progretsed that the books of subscrip
tion will be onened in Europe and
America probably ns early A Tuesday,
Jan. 4, to rotnain no longor than three or
four days. The strength and inuuenco ot
thn nxrtiei who have the management of
thu negotiation render it more than likely
that tho sarao will .be successfully com
pleted within the time specified, and it is
therefore important for national banns
who are dependent upon United States
bonds as a basis for circulation, should
take inch preliminary action aa will se
cure for them the bondi they requlro.
The bonds will be issued at par and ac
crued interest in gold, or in even ex
change for any Issue of 6-'J0 bonds, Inter
est being adjusted to date of oxchange.
Money actlvo and dearer, ranging from
7 per cent, to 1-32 j doling ". Sterling
firm 91 net. Gold quiet and steady 13
U j doling 13JW. Carrying rate 27.
Clearings 51 million. Treaiury dish use
monti 239,000. Governments opened
lower ; closed parMa.1 recover. State bonds
quiet and somewhat Irregular.
CASUALTIES
BOILER EXPLOSION IN A RESTAURANT.
KXI'LOSION.
St. Louis, Jan. 29. About 7 o'clock
thli morning, the boiler of the cooking
range in the restaurant of John Bonnet,
oppoiite the Plantor'i home, exploded
with groat forco, nearly domoliihing the
kitchen and Injuring other parts of tbo
building. Charles Kramer, the cook,
was hurled twonty feet against a brick
wall, aud sustained a compound fracture
of the loft leg, fraoturo of the right
arm, dislocation of the right (boulder, a
a fracture or the right shoulder blade,
and received loveral were burnt and
bruises about the bead,
IM'.OSl'ECT OF AN OUTBREAK
BETWEEN RUSSIA AND
(UtEAT BHITAIN.
ARREST OF ALLEGED INTER
NATIONALISTS IN FRANCE.
F.TC, ETC.,
ETC.
DANGER AI1KAD.
London, Jan 19. It is rumored this
morning that tho lUUcrcnccs between
Great Britain and Rusla, on tho Khivali
question aro Increasing, and that the gov
ernments of France, Austria, Italy, Tur
key, Denmark and Sweden are determined
to support tho British government in its
position.
INTERNATIONALIST a.
Pam?, Jan. 29. A large forco of police
last night proceeded 1n detachments to
Montemore, quietly turrounded certain
suspected quarter, and arrested 12 per
sons, alleged to be members of the Inter
national society. During tho operations
all pertons passing to and from in tho
ttreeU occupied by the police were
flopped.
THE POPE.
A special telegram from Rome to tho
Libert newtpapcr tayt the popo told
M. Corcelle", preenl representative 'from
France at the Yaticnn,thut he would leave
Rome If tho establishment of the head of
religious orders was suppreed by the
British government.
WEATHER REPORT.
THE DOWNWARD COURSE OF
THE MERCURY.
'TI1E COLDEST WEATHER EVER
KNOWN."
THE WEATHER.
Washington, Jan. 29. Probabilities
From KansM, Mlitouri and Tennessee to
the Upper Lakes and Lake Erio falling
barometer, rising temperature with froih
to vory brisk southwesterly and north
easterly winds, increasing to.potslbly high
over Upper Lake rogion, whoro cloudy
weather and probably mow prevail. For
Gulf states generally clear weather, rising
temperature and light to fresh winds.
For South Atlantic states cloudy weather
with rain along tho coast. For Mlddlo
states falling barometer, fresh and brisk
northeatterly and southeasterly winds,
somewhat hlghtr temperature, generally
cloudv weather.
St. Louiu, Jan. 29. Tho weather his
been very cold for tho past 48 hours. The
morcury tunk in the city latt night to 10
degrees bulow zero, and In tome suburb
this morning tho thermomelor maruea
from 10 to 24 degrees bolow. The cold Is
general throughout the wost.
AT SIDNEY, OHIO,
Tbo thermometer marked '23 below .oro;
at Anna, Ohio, 26 bolow; at Corry, Penn
sylvania, 30 below; Milwaukeo 12 below,
St. Paul 14 below; Fort Garry and other
points west of St. Paul 2S bolow ; Sparta;
WiiconfSn, 40 below ; Memphis 4 above.
AT LEAVENWORTH.
Tho thormometor at 5 a. m. to-day
stood 23 'degrees below zero, tho coldest
weather ever experienced in the Missouri
valley.
AT CINCINNATI.
To-day hat been tho levereit of the win
tor. Reports from Ironton, Lawrence
county; Mt. Holly; New Albany, Ind.;
and In Cincinnati, put tho mercury at S
degrees below zero at seven this morning
Dispatches roport Alexandria 18 below,
Lima 27 below, Dayton 15 below, PIqua
22 below, Troy 18 below, TIppocanoe 17
bolow, and on tho hills near here 10 bolow-
makket'report.
St. Louis, Jan. 29. Flour quiet but
firm, extra C 2J(C 75; XX $0 CO:
XXX $7 75 7S: family $8 75(010 60.
Wheat slie; No 2 spring $1 ST.; soft $1 45;
No 4 red full 1 7f; No 3 $1 95; No 2 $2
062 1U. Corn d ill, No 2 mixed 2839c;
No 2 whito mixed 43c. Oats dull No 2
mixed 3Uc. Barley firm nnd quiet. Bye
firm 747oc. Dry talt meats firm and
unchanged. Baccn quiet and unchanged.
Lard quiet 7Jo for prime steam. CotTeo
strilng, rlo 21-4jc. Sugar tending up
ward 09Jc fur Louisiana, Molasses firm,
plantation C570c, Hlghwlno steady
90c. Cattlo unchanged. Hog still' unji
higher $3 854 30; mostly U 104 20;
recolpta 2,100.
Chicauo, Jan. 29. Flour quiet. Wheat
Heady; No. 2 ipring $1 25$1 20 J
caih; $120 for February; $1 28jj$l 28
fur March; No. :t $1 1HS1 12. Corn
itetdy; No, 2 mixed SOJSOjo cath; 30g
:i0c for February. Oats steady; No. 2
25 Jc. Bye quiet; No. 2 full 7179c;
No. 3 01G3o. Provitlons quiet. Pork
(11 'JO caali. Lard 7)c. Bulk meats
steady; shoulder ilje; loose cash hJc;
packed side rib 0J1; packed green hams
firm at 79c for fourteen to twenty
pounds uvorago. Whisky held at 88o;
no sales,
Ntw York. Jan. 29. Flour un
changed, Superflno Western $0 3D$7;
Common to good 7 U0($!) 90; good to
elioico fiO; white wheat extra $8 GO
10 CI. Whitlioy steady 01. Wlater
wheat quiet ; other grades dull. Ryo and
Barley unchanged, ('"in llrm, old west
ern mixed alluat 0u(C"c ! in ttoro 0 lie;
yellow western (!0(2,t;7c. Oats unchanged.
CollVo llrm. Sugar active Refining OOlc
Molmsei firmer, Now Orleans i37ac,
Pork dull, Meis 14J; prime 1314. Beef
dull, Extra 12ltfj; cut ireota llrm.
Hams 12m 13; Shoulders 77I. Lard
iteadv. Wostortutoam 88 ft-10; kottlo 8.
Us It 81 I5; 6.20sof'ai 15); do of '01
151; do of 'CO 101; newof'C5 15; B-20s or
07 lCj; do or '08 101; new 3s 14j; cur
renov Us 16; Missouri 6i 93,
Mkmi'IUs, Ja'n. 29. Cotton firm 18o;
Rocolpts 780 ; Sblpinonts 700; Stock 4,420.
Common Merchandise higher $3 50, Lorn
in fair demand and higher 6570c, Oati
in fair demand ar.d advanced Ma. Hay
higher 40c, Bran hlghor 27. Bulk meat
quiet, Shoulders G o.; sides 77o. Lard ,
8jc.
.New Oni.nANs, Jan. 29, Vlour scaroo
and active; XXX $8 250 U5; family
$10 6Ol0 75. Corn active; advanced
76a0c. Oats scarce, ndvanced 55e. Hay
mrrket fair. Pork supply light; old $14;
new $15; dry salt meats firmer, 6, 8
8jc. Bacon tcarce, C, 99jc. hams 14
lCJc. Lard scarco; tierce 8(m8c; keg
10c. Sugar In fair demand; Inferior 00
CJc. Molasses dull and nominal; common
404Cc; fair to choice C070c; Whiskey
tcarcn; choice wettorn 0798c. Colfco
lQlOc. Sterling 24; light discount.
Cottoh urm; sales 8,500; 'cood ordinary
181c; middling 26c; middling Orleaas
20c; rocointi 0,253; export! Llvcrponl
C.00I; continent 3,083; coaitwito 9; stock
199,932.
INHDRAlfCr.
RIVER NEWS.
Hlao anil Fall or Hlvera.
For 21 hour endlug 3 p. m. Jan. 29, 1373.
'AII'VK LOW,
1 WATKR.
ca'OKj.
1.MION.
St. Paul
Fort lleutoti
Omaha
Davennorl....
Leavenworth..
Keokuk
Cairo
St. Loul
Pittsburg
Devail'- liluil'.
Cliieinnatt . . ,
Louisville
Memphis
icKi)urjr.. .
Mirevcport,...
Nashville. ..
tNew Orleans.
Fort Smith....
Little Bock...
Ili'glit., rite. I fall.
ft. in., It. In ft. in.
'TTTyTTT TZ
i;
i.:.:..
'
I" ;
..'.' 2i e!' ' " "o
, 7 2
'.'.'..'.'.
8 101 :t
10 CI 1
17 b, 1
,....9 nl
I.". .! 4
, 12 3.... !l
I
...... 1 ... .
Gorged. tBelow blnh water, BUing.
Aiovc smnuaru.
Olllelal. T110S. L. WATSON,
Observer Slg. Scr. U. S. A.
St.Lolms, Jan. 29. River still falllnc
and a good deal ot heavy Ice running out.
mo weatuor tins mornins was tlio cold
est of tho season tho morcury in somo
localities n ooiow roro. it is now much
warmer and wind from the south.
Nothing new from ground boats below.
N ASiiviM.K, Jan. 29. River falling;
9 feet on Ilarpcth Shoals. Weather clear
and cold. Arrived: Jno. F. Bronsford,
upper Cumberland. Departed: Dollo
ernon, Pittsburg.
Memphis, Jan. "29. Clear and very
cold. River rising rapidly. Ice till! vory
hoavy. Arrived: John 1L Maud, Mollio
Moore, Mary Houston, from below, but
wore unable to land on tbli tide and are
lying at llopofield. Bismarck arrived
from above and has been trying for two
hours to land.
New Orleans, Jan. 29. Thcro hi a
been no arrivals or departures Cold nnd
cloudy.
Cincinnati, Jan. 20. Thcro Is 19 feot
water In the channel, mid navigation is
entirely clotod Ijy heavy, Hunting tee.
Weather tlear, with thu mercury at 0 be
low zero at C p.m.
Fittsiiuro, Jan. 29.- River is falling
iliwiy. j lie teo is lorming vory rapidly,
and both rivers will probably bo closed
by to-morrow. Wcatncr is cloudy and
very cold. At 9 o'clock this morning the
morcury stood nt 7 bolow zero, and at 0
ocIock tuts aiternoon it stood at i
above.
Vicksuuro, Jan. 20. Down: Robert
Mitchell, John Kilgour, Edenburgh,
.Lioncwortu, uian, warnor ana barges.
Cloudy and cold.
Evansvillk, Jan. 29. Wcathor clear
and coldest of tho soason; morcury 3 bolow
to 10 above zero. River fallen 3 feet.
Arrived: Collier nnd barges, Pittsburg.
The Sam J Halo and Tawcon havo gono
Into Green river. Tho heavy floating Ico
suspends navigation.
Louibvillk, Jan. 29. Rivor fnlllng,
8 feet 4 inchos canal; 0 teet 0 Inches chuto.
Alternately clear and cloudy; coldest day
of tbo season, mercury 5 below zoro nt 0
a.m., u above at noou" nnd 15 nbovo at 6
p.m. The river is full of largo fields of
hard ice, the most dangerous of this win
ter. The Groy Eagle came In from Hen
derson to-day; alio had much dilliculty in
getting through the Ice, and her wheel
was badly brokon. No other movemonts,
Tho following boats aro laid up at Pump
kin Patch: Charley Brown, wm Cowcn,
Mary Ann, John Hanna, Ajax, J McDon
ald, Joseph II Biglor; font of 0 miles isl
and: Dick Fulton; n front of tho city:
Kato Waters, Grey Hound, Jno A Wood
and tow, Hiiipaoii Horner and tow, and
the Lawrcnco with her wheel demolished;
below tho mouth of trio canal: NiiHhville;
at Post Island: Grey Eagle, Iron Moun
tain and barges, at tlio foot of Sand Isl
and: Bigloy and tow, Smoky Hill and tow,
West Louisville nnd Charles McDonald.
Every precaution Is being takon to pre
vent'any damage from floating ice; but
lltllo fear of nny being done is reported.
The Ben Franklin has laid up nt tho
mouth of Kentucky river,
IMMIOHANr TIUKKTM
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New-York and rhlUllhls
Steamship Company,
casta coNiatCT with ckitid itatm asd sums
OOTtaKMSKTS
For Carrjinj Ibe Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaiuca imoihitiok
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aoi
13 Broadway, New-York, urtu
II. II o apt,
Washington Avanna. Cairn. noil, si
. LAWVEBI.
P O E 18 7 3
WITH RETAIL PRICED DESCRIP
TIVE CATALOGUE OF SEEDS.
Now ready, and will be mad o'.-o 1 1 nl
applicants.
Wholesale Price or all kind. of Seeds
furnished to Dealer.
AddWM, PI.ANT SEED CO..
M0 row. 8t,LoUll,Mo,
FIRE AND MARINE
COMPANIE.
NIAOARA, V, T.,
A"'I - II,4SC,2H
Atsett..
OIRMANIA, M. T.,
l,OU,7al 71
HANOVKIl, N. T.,
Aifta.... 720 t3 00
KKTCIILIC,".
AmIs 714,511 00
ComprltlDK the Underwriter!' Asrncr,
YONKERS, K. Y.,
Aaalt. m 875 1st M
ALBANY C1TT,
lutttl ....
FIRKHKN' rOND, 8. fM
AlM.. e7S.fW 0
SECURITY, n. y. marinc,
tttetiM - ..1,4J3,M
Htorea, Uwelllofir, Kurnlture, Hulls and 0
ROra, Inrured at ralra aa farraula aauo.I, p
laanent ipcurltr will wurrant.
I rfiiwlfullj- a.k of Ui cltittoa ol Calr
ibaieor thair patronage,
c. N.nrniiK
W. II. Moms, II. II. Candct
Notarr PnWIc. No. Pub. anJ I!. B. Dom
FIRE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
A'letp...
.TNA, HARTFORli,
5,M9,S04 9
NOIITII AMKK1CA, PA.,
Atfatt - .. .t2,7U,nu) 00
HARTFORD, CONN.,
AmH 2,B ,2lo n
PHOCNIX, HARTFORD,
( ...,... ....11,781,111 S
1 JSTERN ATION A L, N. T
Aatats .......1,M3,SS 1
PUT.VASI.HARTFOKU,
Aoaeta .j;re,S37
CLKVKLAND, CLEVELAND,)
Aitt . SJU.tT.I IS
. IIOME.COLCMUUS,
AmpH JlW.ns 41
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets .". teoo.WX) t
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. I.IFF..
Allttii (3),0CO,W1 DO
TIIAVELEK3', IIARTFOHI), LIFiS AND
ACCIDKNT,
Att - tl,SM,(jl) 0
RAILWAY I'ASSKNOEKS AHUUANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Veta .... J7,0,X0 00
IN DEPENDENT, 110STON,
Aipett. C'jo,Mi 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohln Ivn,
NTOVEN. TINWARE, ETC,
J3VEHV HOUSEKEEPER
. Wlio svhiiI n Happy rnmllj'.
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Who uluoj a ttntita n full Ilonae,
Every Stove Dealer
Wbo Mono Boaltseaa,
JIVERY MAN, WOMAN OR, CHILD
Who detlrea Health by Good J.lvfiur,
SHOULD UUT onk or
THE CBLEBEATBD
ASK YOUR TINNJCK FOR THEM
IT lie docs not have an iiswlnidil,
SR.ND YOUR ORDER TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholesale dealers In all kinds of
TinSTlTERyS' STOCK
VD TO ALL
LIVE STOVE DEALERS
LIKE
C. W. HENDERSON,
Commercial Ave, Cairo, Ills.
l-4.il.Kw4w.
nENRY II. MEYER,
EXOHLSIOB
DKCORATIVK, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING . AND GILDING
In every Kyle, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Olaas Olldlni
Order solicited for ijccncry, Krescoe and
Banner Painting.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain aud ornamental. Al work In
trvted to my ear will be promptly al
tonded to. Shop .'n Perry Uotue, corner
Commercial avenue and Eighth street,
Mputr.
Railroad Advortisemonta.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Hltewlhe Msortcwt Roate)
TO OHIOAGO.
Eighty Milt the-Hhortat RattU
TO ST- XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinaati, iUanapotlt, Tota.Io,
Detroit, (JlUffiUnil, Nlnir Falla
Buffalo, IHUbuin, WaablBRtoa,
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, New York.
UoatOD and all points enat.
Mllwaakle, Jnpilllf, Madison,
LaCroetp, St. I'aul and all point! north.
This Is aUo the only direct riute to
Pfwatnr, Bloomlcgtou, NjrinftM,
I'corla, Ottlner, Keokuk,
Burlington, I too It IxUml, Ij Balle,
Mrodola, IHion, Krecport,
Oalfna, Duh.iqne, tiloux VHj,
Omaha and all points nortliwaat,
Elecant Drawins Room Stooping Ca'
On all Night Tralm.
llifgage Checked to all important points.
For lleketa and information, apply to t. C, ILK
pot at alro; on hoard tne transit ateamar b
twpau Columtmi and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp a
rallrna I tlckat offlci throuihont the tout.'r.
W. P. JOllNtoN. an'l i-a. Af't, ChlcafO.
A. UiTCBtLi, Oen'l Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ak'L Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after. Monday, April 24th, lS'i!
trains will run as follows:
NORtnr.BK DIVISION.
iaiM uoiin (ociutiiT.
Mail. Express.
Lmy Vlriinia 0.40 a. m 1:34 p.m.
' HprinKflald. 9:0 ' 3:00
.' Taylorrlll lo.S 9. a
ArriTP at Wna. 11.40 6.17
iai solas aoatawiar.
Ezorosi. Mall.
Leare i'ana 4.00 a. m .1.35 a. ra.
' Tavlorvill 4.40 4.6 "
ArrlTatSpringfleld...0.1 " ...........6.00 "
Leare Hprmiflcld. e.i " e 10
Arriva at Virginia 8.5 " ....8.11
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TRAINS Q0IK1 SrtBtHT,
Lnave Rdnwood ...5.30 a. in. 10.10 p.u-
' Flora .. S.6 ' tl.40 "
Arrlfe at Hhaworet'n ,3i " S IS
M latCLLAN KOUSI.
WAOi.ii MANUFACTORY.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
CORNER 32D-STREET AND OHIO LEYEk
Cairn, Illinois,
noslltl J. P.QAHBI.K
II. 31. IIULEN,
MKRC II A N DISE R O K E R
ANI
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
PurcbaIns lor McrchanU a speciality.
Office: 110 Ohio Levcc, CAIRO, ILLS
dritefcrenccn, Cairo Merchants.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST TATtlKTY STOCK IN TUK CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
(.'irurr of Nlnrtocnlli Ircctnud t'olu
lurrclHl Aionui',
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CO. PATUT1L
l'ARKER & BLAKE,
HE11I1I IX
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
PBtljr, Benaluc, (Jaaollno,
WIWDOW GLASS.
WINDOW 8UADK3,
And tha celebrated illumination
AURORA OIL.
BHOSB'LOILDINfj' CCE ilTQ ST. COM
KKRCIAL-AV.,
Cairo
tf
lLINOIS.
IDLEWILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
Levee,
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
MKAL
Always ou hand, and at tho lo weituurke
price. Also a ipod article of
Very cheap. Leave order at HALLWAY
UIlOTllEas, or apply at the lull).
lM-dtl.
DANIEL LAMFiSBT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
KiCHTK ST., Ut. Com. Jt Wasi.,
CAIBO, ILL1SOI8.
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