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JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFPIOB, BtrXiljmTXlSr STTIXiXHISrO-, cob. isth stbebt mtd -wASEciisro-Toisr A.-VSDtT-CJOa.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1873.' '
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
l'rcaclitn, Hiibbntli at 10) a.m. and , i.m
Prayer inei'llmr, Wcdncni.iy at 7J p, in.
aliliitliclirto.'lti.m. .J..M. Lamxlcn, Hu
porlntMidctit. ItKV. II. TllAYi'.lt, Pastor
.MKTIIODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut bin
ITCUC'llllC,, nailll.llll ai 1WJ 11. III., ir. I y 111
I'rnvir inprtliis, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
fe'nlilintli School, !t. p.m. 1.. W. hllllwcll,
iiurr nti'lKli'lil. llBV, r . i.. 'iiiumi-sub,
oiit'itcii ok tiii: ni:iKKMi:n (Kpisco
.Mnriiliiir prayer. Siibbath 101 "
Kvi'Mlni; prayers 7J p.m.
ItKV. K. Co AH, Hector.
sT. PATItK'KM MI I'ltOII Ninth St. and
V. iftihijjt-m Avenue,
I'.. m-ricc, S.ibb.Hh 8:10 and 10 J a.m.
i"ic, 7 p.in.
Mihliutli School. 2 p.m.
fcenlcu I'Very day, Si n.tn,
llKV. 1'. .1. 0'llAI.I.OIUN, 1'rlcft.
M .JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (German,) cur
lier nl Walnut nnd Crow streets.
.Mast, i(ry Sabbath nt 10 o'clock a. in.
VcpiiP", 'i p. in. . ,
Mui duilni; week day, 8 o'clock a. in.
ItKV. C. HorrMAK, Priest.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CllURCll-13th
ilrict between Washington Avenue and
AVnlmit Mrcet. , ,
PrtachlnK .Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Nibbath school ut 'i o'clock p. ui. 11. C.
Hkv. lton'T. IIki.bkj, Pa.tor
fOl'NO MKS'd CHRISTIAN A.S3oClA
TION'. ItcjjuUr meeting ccotid Monday
tacli niontliut tliulr room oer Rockwell
.V (. u' book torc, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer meeting, Krlday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. Stii.i.wiili.. President.
trtO.MI MlvlONARV BAPTIST
i llliKUI.- Corner sycamore und Korty-
llrt titl'i-its Pleaching habbutb at 11
o'clock a. in. nnd 3VIock p. in.
Miuday School I o'clock p. m.
'the church l conii'cteil with the llliuola
AocIutioti, b the Klr-t illmlbliary Hap-
tl-t Uiilieh ol Cairo.
Kl.V. SOLUUO.V I.KOHAllli, Pastor.
Ar'RICAN MKTHOIMbT. Fourteenth, be
iwrrii Walnut nml Cedar.
hen Ices sabbath. 11 a.m. .
.Sa'iballi S. liool, 1J p.m.
Ui meet at :i p.m.
hKCO.VD KRKE WILL BAPTIST Klf-
vtetith street., between Walnut and Cudar.
STlcc sabbath, 11 and Sli. m.
ItKV. N. HlCKH, Pattor.
Ki:i: WILL HAPTLST 1IOMK MISSION
SA1I1IATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar fitreeU.
Sabbath School, I) a.m. ....
r'lltsT KltKK WllA. UAPTIST CHURCH
sen feet, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A .Ip.ra.
ltr.v. Wm. Kkllky. Pattor.
KIKST MISSIONARY UAPTIST CIIL'ItClI.
-Odur, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10j a.m. and 7, p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday eenlni,'.
l'rcachlns, Knday enlui'.
Mbbath beliool, 11 p.m. John anllaxter
and Mary Stephen., Superintendent.
ItKV. T. J. Shorm, l'aitor.
Si:?OND UAI'TIST CI1UKCH fourteenth
street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Uaptl.l church rocognlzed by tlx A-
Senice. Sabbath, 11 a.m. 0 p.m. and . p.m.
llrv.JACOii 11IUM.KY. Klder.
CAIItO "COMMANUKItY. .No. 13.-Stated
Aw-etiiT.lv at the Aflum Ma.oulc Hall, tint
and third .Monday In e ich month.
CAIItO COl.'NUl., .So.'Jt.-Ite(fUlar Convo.
cation at Maouic Hall, the second triday
In each month.
CAIItO ClIAI'TKIt No. 71. nejrulHr Con
ocalIou at Maonic Hall, on the third
Tue-dav ol every month,
CAIItO IlOUCt:, No. '17 F. A A. M. Regu
lar Coiumiiiilcatloii at Ma.onlc Hall, the
H-coiid and fourth Monday of each mouth.
ai.i:.anii:h i.onrjt:, ks Meet in odd-
r'ello Hall, III Arter' bulldlni, ocry
Tuurday evening at 8 o'clock.
I.lcutenant-Hoi'ruor .lohu L.IIcveriilgc.
.-ecretary of State Ocorge H. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. Upplucott.
Stite Trtfinurer Camper Uuw.
Mtornev Ocneral .lamca k. Kdiall
Mipt. 1'ubllc Imtructlon-Newton ltateman
Senators l.yiuau Trumbull aud John A.
Heprcsentatlvo for the State-at-I.arge S.
'"llepre.eiitaJle Thirteenth IiUtrict .Tohn
MKMUUIIS GESCKAI, ASSEMBLY.
Itcpreseutathci In the Kith dut'ict
.lohu 11. Obcrl), Win. A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Intcore.
.Senator tor the Mth dUtrict. .! are.
.ludfe I). J. llaker, of Alexander.
SUite'a Attorney Patrick II. I'ope,
Clerk It. S. Yoeuni.
She rill A. 11. In In.
Wm. Martin Avewor and Treanurer.
Judge r. Hros.
Associates J. K. McCrito and S. Marchll
don. Clerk .Tarnb O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Go.sman.
Mayor John 31. Lansden.
Tre'asurcr It. A. Cumilnjjlinm.
Comptroller U. A. lluruutt.
Clerk Michael Howley.
3lurhnl Andrew Calu.
Attorney I'. 11. I'ope.
Police .Magistrates F. llrou and li, shan
Chief of Pollce-1. II. 3Iyer.
Mayor John M. l.aimdcu.
Flrt Ward P. U. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Wnrd Jno. Wood.
Fourth Wind S. Staat Tnvlor.
Clty-at-Largc W. P. Ualllday -nd 1).
IIOAllI) OK AI.DKItMK.V.
First AYard -Jnmes Hearden, A. 15. Sar
lord, Ikiiuc Walder.
Second Ward-It. II. Cunningham, K. llu
der. ). Stance!, .Tamei Bwayne.
Third Ward-Wra. Stratton, J. U. Phllll.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. llobluon, O. II,
fae. J. II. Sletcalf.
J)H. li. 0. TABEll,
AYIII rcfcinno the practice ol hia prqfmlon
Willi ei-peciai reieieucu m "
treatment ol diseases in all the new and Im
proved methoda of application.
In all case of female complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avanue, up italr.
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
T ESIDENCE No, It ThirteeWh tret. be-
XV tweeo wainiDRioDTDuuu .,uu......
Oitto8-UJ OomuiercUl arenu, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
n. , vi-.U nTalnllt flla
Jomc-eoriir With Ureal and Ohio leva.
uiuce nouri tr wui n .iui w - i
SKKIOL'S ILLNESS OF SEN' ATOH
IT IS UUMOIIEI) HE WILL NOT
RESUME HIS SEAT IN
AXOTHMt FUAUI) UNKAP.THED
UKUIU'TION TO TIIK NEW KAN
KTC, ETC., ETC.
I M.HKS4 OF SEHATOR rOMtflor.
Toi-tKi, Jan. 30. Senutor Pomeroy U
lyini; nuriouily ill at a private lotidaiice
In this city, and bit pTiyiicianj hava tor
biddqn ftdniMilun to hU room. The iena
tor ti n reconsidered lili determlcation to
tnako a public itatmnent coDcarnln); re
cent diiuloturc ami will have
nothing to'i lay upon tho aiibjoct till
liii trial comes off. Tho trial js set for to
morrow, but will in all probability be
postponed on account of his illnen.
Thero in a rumor current to-night that
he will not reiume his neat in tho somite,
but tender liii resignation to Gov. Oiborn
within two or three days. Further depos
its of bribe money are said to havo been
made with the secretary of the senate to
day, to tho amount of SIiW. Tho money
was paid in it Is ir.ld by members of
the legisln'.uru who received it
from I'omeroy, but their names havo not
A XTABTMMI FRAUD
Y's uniarthci in the auditor's oftlce to
day. The auditor's registry of bonds was
discovered to contain entries of $200,000
in bonds, purporting to have been issued
by the cillei of Gregory, Cloudy and
Dudlong, in Cherokee county, Kansas, to
the Memphli, Carthage and Northwestern
railroad. There are no such places in
Cherokee county or in Kansas, and the
bonds are evidently bogus In all
particulars. The names of Attri and
Given are the names of prominent citizens
ofCarthagi, .Mlsiojri. There are to sets
of bonds for each city bearing 7 per cent
interest, and payable at the National Park
bank of New York. One hundred of the
bondi,. amounting to 150,000, were regis-
tered December 20, 1872, and the remain
der wero all registered January 0, 1873,
which was three days before the present
statu administration was installed. It is
supposed that an attempt has boen or Is
now being mado to negotlato for thn sale
of tho bonds in oastern markets.
TUT. NEW K ANSA! HI.VATOR.
ATciiihOK, Jin. .10. United iitutes sen
ator elect from Kansaf, John J. Ingalls,
ranched his homo in this city this evening.
Ho was received at tho dopot by a large
concourse of friends with music and salutes
of artillery, thence he was escorted to
Corinthian hail, where an Immense crowd
assembled, which he addressed In a brief
but eloquent and feeling speech. Ad
dresses were also made by .State Senator
Price, Representatives Spaulding, Taugb,
Odriscall, Larkin, Gen, Strlngfellow, Maj.
Gale and others. The meeting was verv
onthuslastic, ull classes and parties predict
a brilliant curcor of usefulness and honor
for the young senator.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
r BUI DKNOK Cornar Nlnetienth atrett and
'SnSSSKm oi Bean bm
. A a A b fc J Lama el i f A W m .
K a.m., ib hi. nvm
AVamiisoton, Jan. 30. Senator An
thony introduced a bill incorporating the
Mississippi and Ohio tunnel and tube com
pany with a capital of $10,000,000, to
construct a tunnel under the Mississippi
and Ohio rivers, to bo used for connect
ing railways centering near their juic-
Tho consideration of tbe legislative ap
propriation bill was resumed. Pending
the question on the motion of Senator
Sprague of Khodo Island, to reconsider
the voto by which Morrill's amendment
was adopted prohibiting the payment un
lets by special act of congress of Judg
ment of tho court of claims to claimants
whoso loyulty during the rebellion had
Sonator Trumbull argued in favor of
tho motion to reconsider, und against the
amendment of Morrill of Vormont,
Senators Edmunds and Scott niiido ar
guments on the other tide.
A motion to recontidor was agreed to.
Senator Stovcnion moved to table tho
The Morrill amendment was ngrocd to,
25 to 23.
Tho legislative appropriation bill then
"WASHiNuroy, Jan, 30. On motion
of Mr. Slocuin resolution was adopted
asking information from tho comptroller
of curroncy regarding deposits In the
Farmers' and Merchants' National bank
of Washington, and the Ocean National
bank of New York, of Poi(U' railroad
bonds by Josoph II. Stewart.
At twenty mlnutoi past one o'clock the
sorgcant-!itarins appoared at the bar
with tho contumacious witness, J,
li. Stewurt. In reiponso to the
questions of tho speaker nt to what lie had
to tay, Stewart proceeded to deliver u long
ipotcli, denying bo committed contempt la
refuting to uniwor questlont propounded
by tho Credit Moblller committee, and de
nying farther the jurltdlctlon of tho house
In ttie matter, In ns much as he bad testi
fied tbat he had not paid any money dl
rtctly cr Indirectly to ny offieeri of the
government, executive, Judicial or UgU
latlve. 3Ir. Dawei ofl'ored a resolution which
was adopted, that as Stewart not having
thown tufflcient cause for refusing to nn
iwer questlont asked him, bo to cqmdd
ered In contempt of the house. ,
Mr. "Wilson, chairman of tbe select com
mittee, offered a retolutlon to remand
Stewart to the crgeant-at-armi to be de
tained till further order of tbe Iioum unless
he declared bit willingness to appear be
fore and answor tho committee, which, af
ter a good deal of discussion and offering
ot various questions, was Adopted.
The speaker ftddrettini; Stewart, Hiked
him whether ho wm now willing to
appear before tho committee and make
answer to questions.
Mr. Stewart replied he declined ills
closing anything contlded to him at
counsel. Ho wat then removed from the
hall in custody of the tergcant-at-armt..
The houso then went into committee of
tho whole on fortification bill. This bill ap
propriates $309,000. The commlttuft roso
and the bill patted. Houso adjourned.
ACCIDENTALLY KILLED UV
FALLING FROM A TItAIN.
lMiANAroi.ii, Jan. 30. Captain Wm.
T. Wiley, a prominent real estate broker
In tblt city, wit found dead on the West
ern and Atlantic railroad track, near Ual
ton, Georgia, thit morning. It it supposed
ho fell from the carl while pasting from
the smoking to the sleeping rar.
Cincinnati, Jan. 30, The steam tan
nery of Martin, Evani & Co., at Lancas
ter, Ohio, burned yetterday. Loss about
Pittsbubo, Jan. 30. Tho Excelsior
coffin work of Hamilton, Lemon & Ar
nold, at Allegheny City, were partially
consumed by fire at an early hour tblt
morning. Total lots between $30,000 and
$40,000. Insurance will probable eovcr
the entire loss.
LVNCIIINO OF THREE INCEN
DIARIES IN MISSOURI.
CLOSING OF THE TWEED CASE.
Sr. Louis, Jan. 30. The Sunday fol
lowing New Ycar'a day an incendiary
fire occurred in Arrow Rock, Misiouri, n
few miles from lioonvllle, which destroyed
a large part of tbe business portion of tho
place. In a few dayt later tho town wat
fired in four different places, but only
slight damage done. Day botore yester
day three colored men, Jno, Sweeney,
Clark Connor and P.euben Kldor wore
arrestod and confessed their guilt. Snoenby
was tried by ft vigilanco committee and
bung Friday night. At last advices Con
nor and Eder were closely guarded, nnd
it wat expected they would be hung last
Nvw York, Jan. 30. In tbe Tweed
caso to-day, Graham proceeded with tbe
closing address for the defendant. In con
clusion, Tremalne closed for the prosecu
tion, and Judge Davit commenced bit
charge to tbe Jury.
St. Locii, Jan, 30. A loaded car be
longing to the Mercbant'i Dispatch com
pany, which reached here to-day from
New York, was ditcovered to bare been
robbed of about $1,300 worth of goods,
gold value, consigned to Field Brothers of
tblt city. The car was robbed between
New York and Albany, and It It supposed
the thief locked himself In tbo car at New
York. Tblt It tbe tint robbery of goodi
tblpped to any interior port of entry tince
tbe law providing for railroad transit of
goods in bund went into effect.
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW
LOAN TO BE OPENED
ELECTION OF DIRECTORS OF
THE WESTERN UNION TEL
AN EXPEDITION KITTING OUT
FOP. OUU A.
Philadelphia, Jn. SO. At a meeting
of the cltlzent' commltteo of three bun
tired on the centennial celebration yester
day, tbe council wat asked to appropriate
$1,000,000 for tbe centennial exposition,
and money wat alto asked of lbs legisla
ture, Resolution! wero adoptod stating
tbat the project wat patriotic, and appeal
ing to the people of tho whole country for
aid. Tbe total amount pledged at the
meeting was $180,000. A total of $000,000
bat been subscribed by Philadelphia.
Cuicauo, Jau. 30. Tbe stockholders of
tho Great Western lelograph company at
a meeting this morning elected the follow
ing board of director! A. 11. Hilts, John
Dennett, and Jesse O. Norton of Chicago;
Josiah Stark of Milwaukee ; C. H. Moore
of Clinton j K. D. Frany or Princeton ; D.
C. Arroll of Peoria ; Anthony W. Street
of Council Muffs; James E. lloyd of
Omaha ; C. N. Kli of Topcka ; and II. 31.
Holden of Kansas City.
WILL NOT ri'.OSECUTE.
New York, Jan. 30. It it itatcd that
tbo attornoy general at Washington hat
decided not to protecute Polhemut and
Jackson, tho Wall street ttokort, indicted
for alleged complicity In the embezzle
ment of Paymatter Uodgo.
New York, Jan. 30. A, a meeting of
tome patriotic Cubant ytiterday, it wat
proposed to raise a fund tor nn expedition
to tiie Island. It it tboucbt that Now Or
leans will be chosen ai the place from
whence tbe new expedlttcn will start.
LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY
LOANED NAPOLEON BY
INHUMAN TREATMENT OF A
PREPARATIONS FOR A CAM
PAIGN AGAINST THE
THE MONEY MARKET IN NEW
N ew YcitK, Jan. 30. The tyndicato
finally decided to open subscriptions for
the United Statot funded loan In this
country and in Europo on February 4,
mid to closo tho booki February 7. It it
beliovol tho subscription! will roach $500,.
000,000. It It announced tbat tbo homo
banking committee will report ft bill pro
vldlng for an Incroase in the currency of
$500,000,000 a year lor Ilvo yean.
llonov easier, bulk of loam at 7, with
I exception at 50 fttcloio ; Storling Armor
1 0J ; Gold declared from 14 to 13g ; closing
t 503;, Loans 3') per cent for carry.
Inir: cloarlnt! 28; million treasury dis
bursement 'U0 ; government gold million
at 113 7C 100 113 82 ; governmenti
lightly hlghor and firm ; itato bonds very
dull; ttockt lest active, weak and lowor
fter flnt boftM, but ftfter 1 o'clock, eaiy.
Tona of money itlmulated upward more ;
a rum on.
London, Jan. 20. It is reported that
American bankert of London loaned Na
poleon $2,000,000 to facilitate a 'coup" ho
was meditating, and that since hit death
the money has been returned to them.
OUTKAQEOUS THE ATM EST.
Daniel Hading, convicted and impris
oned tor participating In tbe Fenian riots
in Manchester in 1807, and who bat just
been released from custody, bat protecutcd
i tbe prison doctors lor gross)cruoltlos,wblch
he allegos were practiced upon him. Red
ing has made affidavit in support of his
complaint, in which he charges that while
be wat tuffuring from ft paralytic stroke
the doctors pricked bit fieth with hot
needles, and almost burned him with hot
Roue, Jan. 30. R&ndolph Rogers, an
American artist, has been made a mem
ber of the academy of St. Luko, He it
tbe first citizen of tbo United States who
hat recolved that honor.
EM'EDITIOM AC1AISST K III S A
St. PtTEnsucno, Jen. 30. Public
opinion it oxcitcd over the accounts ot tho
atrocious cruelties porpotrated by tbo
Khivans on Ruiiian who have fallen Into
their bands, The people are heartily in
favor of an oxpedition against Khiva,
nd demand exemplary punishment of
tbe Khivans. Military preparations for
campaign aro bolng pushod forward
with vigor. The totul force will pro
bably number o0,000 men. Princes nnd
otbert of high rank are volunteering to
accompany the army,
LOSS OF LIFE BY THE SNOW
STORM AT SALT LAKE.
NO APPARENT .MODERATION IN
TIIK WEATHER TO-DAY.
PROBABILITIES FOR THE NEXT
Washington, Jan, 30. rrnbubllltlei
For New England fresh toutberly to
westerly wind, voorlng to westerly and
northwesterly, somowhat high tempera
ture and cloudy weathor. For Middle
states falling buroinotor, fresh and brisk
westerly and iiorthwostcrly wlndi,
lomiiwhftt higher toinporature, generally
clar weathor, exuopt ovor lowor lake re.
glon, whore cloudy weathor, areat of light
mow and falling temporature. For South
Atlantic itaU ruing tomporaturo and
cloudy weather, with light aren of rain
long the coatt. For Gulf itfttei eatt ot
Mltslsilppi generally clear weather, rising
temperature and light to freih wlndi,
From Kanns, Mlisodrl and Tenncsteo to
tbo Upper Lakei and Lake Erie rising
baromoter, falling tomporaturo with frcth
nd brltk northerly to wciltrly wlndi and
THE 8SOW STORM.
Salt Lake, Jan. 30 Tho tnow drlfti
on the Union Pacific railroad during the
last mow slorm, wero in lotno placot 1C
feet deep. Old railroad men tay the
weather Is the most terrible ovor experi
enced. At Granite canyon 3 section men
froze to death, two at Brayon, and a num
ber of others reported peruhed whllo
tbevellng mow off tho tho track. Tat
lengen tutlered no hardships or inconvo
nlence whatevor. Thero is 10 feot snow
on tbe level, tn Littlo Cottonwood mining
Philadelphia, Jan. 30. The ther
mometer at various places In tblt .tte
thit morning rangod from '229to31" be
low zero. This It tho eoldett weather in
Ki.vosTO.t, N. Y., Jan. 30 Dlspalchot
from variout points in thit ttato report
the thermometer from. '.'(J to 3C degree! be
Wh ekli.no, W. Va., Jan. 30. Tbo
weather hero hat boon oxtromely cold for
.tho last twenty-four hourt. Yesterday
morning at teveti o'clock tho mercury
was 10 below zero. This morning at tho
tame hour It wa 20' below. To-night
promises to bo nearly, if not fully, as cold
us latt night.
St. Louis, Jan. 30. Flour quiet but
firm. Wheat itrong but ' not quotably
higher. Corn dull, No 2 mixed 373ie;
No 'I white mixed ll'.c. Oatt dull No '1
mixed 30c. llirley no dctirablo qauMtiet
offering; No 2 spring in ttoady demand.
Rye none offering. Pork nominal, $12 60.
Dry salt meats firm; shoulder - i ic;
clear rib Cjc; clear lidot Cc packod. llu
con quiet; shoulders 0c; clear sidet 8c.
Lard quiet 7c for prime steam. High
wlnei tteady, 89j)0c. Cattle quiet;
fair to choice natlvo $i G00c; Texan
$24 37 jc. Hogs easier, 3 80l 2S,
mostly $44 'JO; recoipti 0,100,
Ciiicaoo, Jan. 30,Flour firm; itock
light; X tprlng $0 60S7 75, Wheat In
In lair demand and higher, but irregular ;
No. 2 spring told at $1 21J(1 20
caih; $1 25)ti 2CJ for February; closed
at $1 2.1 cash; $1 20 for February; No. 3
tl 12$1 13. Corn opened firm and closed
dull; No. 2 mixed 30c cash; 303c
for February. Oatt tteady; No. 2 20 J
25c. Bye quiet; No. '2 GSC8Jc.
Barley opened firm and olosed dull; No.
2 fall 79e; No. 3 031305c. Provisions
quiet and firm; Mesi pork a shade tetter
$12 cash. Lard firm at 7c. Bulk mcati
quiet; thotilderi 4c; packed 3jc foj
February; looto -IJc for March; short rib
parked Uc. Whisky quiet nnd weak
MeMniti, Jan. 30. Cotton active and
higher; ncrnd ordinary 18l8c; low mid
dling U'19Jc; reeiipla 1,010; shipmonts
040; itock 34,630. Flour quiet nnd un
changed. Corn meal, grain and feed none
here. Bulk moatt firm; shoulders 6c;
tidet 77c. Lard quiet and unchanged.
New York, Jan. 31. Flour quiet and
tteady, tupor $0 35ft?7; common to good
$7 3u7 U0j good to choice $SS 50;
wbito wheat X $3 u010. Wheat quiet,
No 2 Chicago tpring SI GO. Ryo un
changed, llarloy quiet. Corn firm, old
wettern mixed afloat OGjcQoTc; in ttoro
C4J84jc; new western mixed 60Q,00Jc.
Oatt quiet new wettorn 53()5 1 Jc; wbito
5557. Cofl'ee firm. Sugar active. Mo
latiei quiet. Mett pork $14 2518;pritne
do $13 9414. Beef dull and unchanged.
Cut meat! quiet, shojldors 5Jc; middles
Iulet; abort clear 7 3(7T7Ic, long clear "Jc.
,ard steady No 1 to prime iteam bifSSJc;
Csof '81 10J; 5-20t '(52 M5 : C4 15;
'C5 1CJ ; new 'C5 15; 5-20i '07 105 ; !0d-;
new 5t 15 ; 10-40i 15 , currency Ct 151;
Missouri 0s S3j.
New Orleans, Jan. 30. Corn quiot
75c. Bran firm 14c. Bacon active,
ibouldon 0c; clear sides 9;10c; no clear
rib; others unchanged. Sterling 24; light
J discount. Gold 13, CoUon moderately
active and firm, good ordinary
18c; low middling 19c; middling 20c;
middling Orleans 20c; receipts 329; ex.
poatt corttwise 2,094; stock 201,850.
Kite and rail or the Rivera,
For Si hour, ending 3 p, in. JaiiyJO, 1U73.
iTiTIONi. h'ght.l rite. full.
It. in.lt. Iii. ft. lii.
St. IU1 ...J
Cairo 23 0 :s
St.Louli 7 .". 3 .....
Cincinnati 17 10
Louisville d 2 8
Mempbl 17 ;.V II
Vlcktburg il7 ill ::
Shreveport 0 ll 4
INaihvllle '14 5 I 0
INewOrleass U fit 2
Fort Smith I
Gorged, t Below high water. ltl.ilii((,
SAbove Htandard. .
Official. TI10S. L. WATSON,
Observer Slg. Ser. U. S, A.
Evanhvili.e, Jan. 30, Clear and mod.
crating; wind from southwest. Mercury
9 to 12. Ice heavy but running out.
Sam J. Halo Is at tbe mouth of Green
Little Rock, Jan. 30.--Wcather still
very cold. Rlvor nearly frozen over this
morning, Morcury 4 degrees ubovo zero;
moderating tblt evening, River bat
fallen 5 inches.
Sr. Louis, Jan. 30. River I iting slowly
ud ice thinning out a good deal. Weather
much warmer; uomiderablo thawing hat
been done to-day. Nothing new front tbe
grounded boats between hare and Cairo.
Nashville, Jan, 30. River fulling;
7 foot on Harpeth Shoals; Weather fair
and mlldor. Arrived! F P Graoey, Cairo.
Departed; Jumos Uruiisford, Upper Cum
berland. Cincinnati, Jan, 30. River 17 feel a
incboi and falling; ice heavy Weather
olear and warmer. No navigation,
l'lTTiBUna, Jan. 30. River matter un
changed: rlvan both closed above the citv.
Weather bat been very cold with nier .
ury 11" below xero.M 9 o ciocu .m.j mod
crated during the day; at G o'clock p.m.
the mercury wai 21 above
Niw Orleans, Jan. 30. Arrived,
Shannon and Loulivlllo. Departed, Louis
ville, Cincinnati ; Exporter, Arkansas
river. Cloudy and cold.
Memi-iiis, Jan. 30. Weather clear and
moderate. River riling tlowly and tbe
Ico still vory heavy. J, II. Johnton from
St. Louis this a. m., but wat unable to
land on thli tide. Dermot, Susie Silver
and Henry Ames aro lying up at Helena.
Louisville, Jan. 30. River falling;
7 feet 4 Inches In canal and 0 feet 4 inchct
In chute. Weather cloar and cold; mow
ing moderated during the day. Cloar,
with morcury 30' at 0 p. m. Heavy Ico
running all day. All tho boats In port
havo paid off tholr crews. A mooting of
the board of tinderwriteri determined to
tako no more risks on cargoos above Mem
phli till further notico.
ASOCIAL I N Q LiaT I ON AT WASH
INOTON. A loclal census hat been taken of
Washington lately. An interviewer ex
traordinary bat visited tbe houses of cer
tain officials and prominent private cltl
zent and put the ludy of the house through
courso of lectures, as, for in
stance: "How many daughter! havo
you in society, madam? How
long have they been out 7
Any debutante' Debutantes aro very
popular this winter, you know. Better
say one debuntanto, oh 7 Blonde or bru
nette? Any ton, madam, In society?
Any at college? Which college and
which cla, madam'' Expect them during
the teason Do your daughters dance the
German? Do you approvoof tho German?
Do you believe In chaperonet? How late
do you allow your daughters to ttay at on
tertalnmentt 7 At what hour do you do
tiro young men keeping company with
your daughter! to leave the houso, iup
poslngyou permit followers ? How many
nlelitJ per weok do you allow the young
ladies to attend entertainments ? "Havo
they large wardrobe? And do they in
tend wearing many costume, or doing tho
season with two? The last It very popu
lar, madam; the public liket that look of
economy in these davs of fraud, you know.
Ab, yes ; much obliged ; good morning,
Bret Hartohat two little Hartes.
WeiAding cards aro long and nurrow.
Gen. and Mrs. Burnsido aro among
tbe lions at the capitol,
American school girls in Romoare ac
cused of lllrting wth handsomo cardi
nals, Tho wife of Sonator Stockton of New
Jersoy, It laid to tpeuk toven differont
Horace Greoley't daughtpri, Ida and
Gabrielle, will spend tbe coming lummor
in the town ot Greeloy.
Mr. Waito of Ohio, of the lato Geneva
conference, has, with hit wife, been spend
ing a week in Washington.
Gustavo Doro lms just completed tho
great work on Rabelais, on which ho has
been engaged for tome years past.
It Is roportod that Mr. James Gordon
Btnnett contemplates tho establishment
of a great London daily on tho American
United Stales Sanntor Alcorn is now
living with his third wifo and twentv-one
children, fcnough to populato a now tor
"Napoleon IV." It tall, slim, und of
unprcpomoiting appcarauco. Ho pays
very nuio aiicnuon to urest, una would
oasily pass for a Hebrew.
Mn. Sumnor Is now living at Nico,
and those who havo recently teon bur nay
that tho still remains one of tho mott
beautiful und attractive of women.
A ton of ex-Secretary Welles of
Hartford, Conn., was recently married to
Misi Sue Hall of Reading, Penn., at tbo
latter pluco. Mr. Welles is a prosporoui
Mn. Orittendon, widow of Laura
Fair't victim, it at present keoping a
boarding-house In San Francisco in order
to support her family, who are In poor clr
cumstances, Mn. Mary Millar of Pottttown, Ponn
tylvanla, did not throw tlowert around
for George Washlngton'i horsoto slop on,
but iho rodo a long distance on horseback
to attend his funeral.
Tbo young ladios of New Haven
never lay, "As thick as loavct in Vullam
brota;' they think it toundt afl'ected, and
accordingly mbitltute, "Aa thick at photo
graphs of Valo atudontt."
I'rinco.t Dora D'lttria it vieo presi
dent of a woman' education association
in Greocn. Tho president it Aludume
Ilelono Skouso, niece of Capjalli, the
bravo defender of Misiolonghi.
Profottor Pepper, tbo lecturor on tc.'
entltlc subjects, it aided in hit lectures by
Mr. Robert Splco, hit assistant. Mr.
Pepper makes tho most of thli odd coin-
cidunco of namoi, and amuses bis audi
ences by explaining the luct to tbcia.
The mayor of Boston has hit unon a
plan to cure ofilco-seoking. Arming him
self with u fresh vaccination, b visited
tbe imall-pox hotpltalt and got hit move
ment reported in the paper.. The civil
service in Bolton demanded no reform for
Admiral Polo, tho Spanish miuUtor,
tpoakt Knglfsh fiuently. Ho hat u keen
Dense of humor, and is very amusing in
conversation. Ho it vory unpretending in
drest and manner, and generally dispon
set with the uto of a carriage In making
fiSyWhon n man thlnki that nobody
caret for him, and that ha li alonn in a
cola and selfish world, bo would do woll
to ask blmielf what ho hat done to make
anybody care for and love him, and to
warm tho worm wltn laltu anil generosity.
Gonorally thoso who complain tbo most
havo donu tho least.
Contractor and Builder
Ilns returned to Cairo and I prepared to
take comrucW for
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS,
And especially ruler tn his past record in
Cairo ii a builder.
Headquarters nt R. 11. Cunningham's,
Commerulal avenue, Rolerruces to Reed &
Maim, K, II, Cunningham and John Wood,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 HJlea the fttirtt Koale
TO CHIOAO-O 1
Elgtttr'MJlM the Ihorteet Route
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CUANOE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, iwllanapolls, ToleJo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagara Fall
! u.,!lo .i L",,b""t' . WaehlnxtoD.
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, Naw Tork.
lloiton and alt point! tait.
Mlliraukl. JanttTille, Haillmn,
Lactone, bt. Taul aaJall points nortb,
ihit It alto the only direct route to
Decatur, Kloomlngton, BpnnMld.
o'0fU'. Sul?r Keokuk,
Burlington, Hock Uland, La Salle.
Mrndota, Iilzon, Kretport,
(lulena, Dubuquft, Btoui uitr,
Omaha ami all point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Oa4
On all Night Tralm.
nge Checked 10 all Important points.
For ticket and information, apply to t. C, It.lt
depot t alroi on board tne trnn.it steamer be.
tweou Columliut anil Cairo, and at tne prlnelba.
rallroa I ticket ofllom throughout th touth.
W. P. JOIINiON, Ofn'l Pm. jlj't, CbleafO.
A. Mitcuiu, Gn'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLIN'OIU
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April J4lb, 187U
trains will run ai lollowt:
Taiivi ooiio toctuntt.
Louie irtlnia 0:4o a. m 1:S4 p.m.
' CprlnKfleld. 0:0 " 3:mj
.' Tnjrlorrllle 10.S 4. 6
Arm e at Pana.. 11.46 " 6.17 "
mm ooino Noaruwcr.
Leare Pans 4.(0 . m 3.3J a. m,
" Tylorllli 4.40 " 4.8 "
Arrive at Spnnfield...e.ll " e.W
Leave Hpnnfflojd. e.8 " 9 10 "
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 " .....lt "
TaAlKl OOINI1 I0CTUIHT,
Leave Fdgwood 5.30 a.m.. ...10.10 p.ni
" Klora 8,4 ' .11.4J "
Arrive at Hliavneet'n M " 5.15
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Norllieiiht Corner Public Siiuare.
A. CAKUTII Proprietor-
Thla home ha recently been repaired and
furnished newly throughout. It is conveni
ent to the buslnesa houses aud the court
house, (lood sample roomt.
Tof Sale nt Wholcsrtlo or Retail.
CORN Kit 32D-STREET AND OHIO LEVE
novlltf J. P.04BCIII.K
II. M. IIULKX,
MEKCII A X DISE JJ R O KEK
Purchasing (or Jlerchanl.'a ipcclallty.
OlUce: 110 Ohio I.cvee, CAIRO, ILLS
E3"lte(i,reiioc, Cairo Merchant.
1'ARKKR & BLAKE, '
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, Ilanxlnc, (iaaoltne,
WIIWID O "W QLASS.
Aud the celebrated illuminating
IIRObS'LDILDIN'?, CCE ilTU ST. 4 coul
CAtllO .... Ilinoid.
81 000 IN OXEWJSEK.
To tmy fchrewd iiiun who can do butlncH
on tho ipilet, I guarantee an I mine use For
tune, easily, rapidly, and In perfect safety.
Addrusii In perfect oontldcnce,
23 West I'ourtU utreet, New York.
Corner Twcnty-bocond street aud Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at tin lo wont marie
price. Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave order at HALLWAY
lmoTHKUS, or apply at tho uill.
NO'. 104 COMUIRCIAL AviNUt,
rronch, Scot':h aud American caMlmcrei
of all colon, and beaver aud broad clotba
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up lnMho
And at the lowest price, A flue tit and flnt
claw work guaranteed. Satisfaction iu
op oc t warranted.