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OPPIGH, 33XJIiXiE5a,IlT 33tTIXilDIlT&, GOB. 12-rir STREET A.ISTXD -WASHIlTaTOH .A. VIE X-TTJ.-E.
JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY.
OUH C'lnJKCHKS.
HlKSHYTKIllAN-HlttUi Street.
I'rcaehliiK, Sabbath lit 101 u.lu. nn'J "1 P-m
l'r.iyer mectlnj.', Wedm -day al71 p. rn.
.'.ibballi School,;; j. m, i.aiisncii, ou
prrliitendcnt. UkV. II. 'I iiavkii, I'ator
METIIOIIIST.-Cor. Eighth unJ Walnut St. ;
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m., and 7 p. in ,
I'rayor ineetlmr, WtJiiC.J.', Ji.tn. i
Sabbath School, 8. p.m. I., w. Stlllwcll, 1
i-upcrintindent. hev. r. i.. i uumi-buh,
Pastor.
UlUllCII OK TIIK UblJKEilKK-(Epico.
iloniltifcj prayers. Sabbath 101 a m.
Lveiilhtr prayeri, "1 p.m.
Sabbath School,! a.m.
IlKV. K. Loan, Hector.
1. I'A'l KICK'S CIIUHCll-Nliith at. auJ
vVa.-ntiiittoii Avenue.
Public unlcu, Sabbath s 10 and 10J ,m.
VtMieiK, 7 li. m.
abUtli Sihool.'.! p.m.
Service every ilay, a.m.
Hkv. I'.J. O'IIalloimn, l'rlest.
'1 Joseph's ciirii;ii.-((ii-iinaii, tur
ner of Walnut and L'ruw tli eli".
.VlaM, cvi I V Sabbath at 10 o'eloik a. III.
i.fpi-rt, 'l'i. in.
.Ma dilllliK Wet-I; tla)f, H I. iloek a. III.
Iti:v. I . lloHMAN, I'ritrjt.
,i.it.MAN i.i 'tiikkan ;iioui:ii 13 tb
ticet between Wa.hliiKloii Avenue and
Walnut Mreit. . ...
I'n-achlni? Minday tnorniiiif at 10 o'clock.
Sibbath school at !i oVlock p. in. II. t'.
'1 hlclcihe. Miperltitiinlent.
KhV. Itoii'i. IlKl.liHI, 1'aitor.
vol .so men's ciikistian as.soc.ia-
I ION. Hctfula! liJfl'llliB n-culid Monday
each month at their loom our Iloclwtll
.V :o' book Mori-, Coiiiuuri lal avenue.
Weekly I'M) er meeting, Kriday, 71 p.m. at
the loom, ,, ...
I.. V. .-Tll.l.wi.l.l.. President.
fU'O.Ml MISSION A IIV HAl'TIST
t llLISIL--.'rncryi-auioie and l-ortv-
first Mreit-. l'reai-hlut; ."-abbalh at 11
o'clock a. m. and 'J o'clock p. in.
Sunday .-olioul 1 o'clock p. in.
The church l connected with the IHInoI
Aielatloli, by the l'llt Missionary Hap-
t i-t t. lunch ul (.aim.
KhV. SOLOMON Leonard, raitor.
AFRICAN Miri'llODIsT. Fourteenth, be
twecu Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ices Sabbath, II a.m.
I-a'ibaUi school, lj p.m.
CU' meet at 3 p.m.
fcECONU FREE WILL HAl'TIST Kif-
itelith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
."crvlces Sabbath. 1) anil 3 p. in.
Hkv. . Hicks, Pastor.
FREE WII.I. HAl'TIST IIOMB MISSION
SAHUATII SCHOOL. Comer N alnut
and Cedar Street'.
sabbath School. U a.m. ,.,,,.,,
FIRST FREE WII.I. HAl'TIST CIIUHC1I
-Curry's Uarrack"
sen Ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A-.J p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kkli.kv, l'a.tor.
FIRM" MISSIONARY HAl'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, betweeu Ninth and Tenth St.
PreacliiiiE Sabbath, 10J a.m. and 71 p.m.
I'rayer lueetlns, W cdnoday evening.
I'n-uchlnK, Kriday eveiiliiff.
sabbath school, 11 p.m. John aiiHaxtcr
aud Mary Stephens Superintendent.
Hkv. T. .1. Shore-), Pastor.
SECOND HAI'TIST CIIURCIJ-Fourteeuth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut, 'llie
only Uaptl-t church rceognUed by the As
sociation. Service., Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. JaCoh Huaulkv, Klder.
TlLiUlPHIfS,
SEUKKT OIUJEHS.
TIIK MASONS.
CAlHOlCOMMANUKItV. No. 13.-Ma ed
AfM-iunlr at the Ayluiu Maonio Hull, tlr.t
and third Mouda in each month.
JA1HO COUNCIL, No.'J.-H.'ular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second lriday
in each month.
CAIKO CIIAITKK No. 71.-Hc(,'Ular ( on
xjeatlon at Ma-onlc Hall, on the thild
Tuei-day ol iery montli,
CA1HO LODOi:, No. 'M K. A- A. M.-ltexU-lar
C'ominunlcation- at Maonlc Hall, the
cecond and fourth Monday of each mouth.
TIIK ODU-KELLOWS.
ALKXANHLU LODOK, Meet lu Odd-l-cllow.'
Hall, In Arter' building, every
Thuday e vcuiiib' ut 6 o'clock.
STATE UFKlCKltS.
c.ovcrnor Hu liard J. Oglcsby.
I.leuteiiaut-iiovenior .lohn L. Ilevcridjje.
secretary oi state (icorife H.Harlow.
Auditor of state-C. K. l.iopincotl.
Suite Treasurer C.i-pcr Hut.
Attorncv ftcneral .lamct K. Ld-all
Stipt. I'u'bllc Instruction-Newton llateman
( UNUHKSSMKN.
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
1.0an. , ,
teprc'ditattvc lor the statc-at-I.arge S.
L. llevcriiU'c. . , , ,
Representative Thiitcentli District John
M. Creb-.
MKMUKUS GKNKHAI..ASSKMI1LY.
Hcpie-entatlve In the MtU dl-flj.t -Johu
II. Ohcrly. Win A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Inteoli.
ciiatoi tor the Mth dl'tilct. .Icte are.
COUNTY OKKICKHS.
ciucuit cotiiiT.
Judge-D. J. llaker, of Alexander.
State's Attoiney-I'ttllick II. I'ope.
Cletk-H. S. Yocum.
Shcriir-A. II. In In.
Win. Martin Amea-or and '1 rea.urer.
COU.N1V COUHT.
.lii.l.n P ItrA.u.
Afioclatva .1. K. McCritc and S. Marclill-
ilon,
clerk Jacob (!. Lynch,
i. orouer John II. (logman.
MUNICIPAL TlOVF.ltNMKN I'.
Mayor John M. Lanidcu.
'liea-urer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. IHirnelt.
Cleik Mlcliaul Hovvley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attoniev -l II. I'ope.
I'ollce Jln(,'Utrateh K. Hron and 11. Shan
nc m
Chiel of l'ollcc-L. II.Myvrn.
MM.IXT L'OU.SCII..
Mayor Jolin M. Lauden.
Klr.t Wiird-l. O. Scliuh.
Second Ward C. H. Woodward,
'I bird Ward .mo. wooil,
t.-.inrlli Ward S. Slant Tov lor.
City-at-Larae W. 1'. Haillday
and 1).
POLITICAL.
THE
a:-
Pit ESI DENT TO MAKE
EXTENDED TIMP
Til ItOI'OH THE SOU I'll
Ef'.N' STATKd.
OA I.DWELIi MAKES HISSTATi:-
MENT 1JEF011E THE
COMMITTEE ON
ELECTION'S.
mi: I. A 'I OK
THE
1100 Y'.S SON HEKOl'.K
INVESTIGATING
rZ COM II I IT EE.
OlM'OSlTI(N TO THE I'KOI'O.SEl)
li O V E It N M E N T I'lJI'.CIl A.SE
OK TELEGRAPH.
ETC ,
ETC.,
ETC.
Ilurd.
IKIAUI) OF AI.IlKHMKN,
Elrt Ward-James Rearden, A. II. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward-R. II. CuntiliiKhain, E. llu
der. O. Stancel, JatneH Swayue.
Third Ward-Win. Strattou, J. II. l'l,ll.
Fourth Ward-Juo. H. Robinson, U. H.
eafe. J. H. Metcalf.
ynrmt'iANN.
DJt. B. U. TAUEJJ,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the clectriea
treatment oi uiseae iu uu nm now uu im
proved methods of application.
Iu all canes of female complaint a lady
will be in attendance.
OUlce, t'id Commercial avenue, tip stairs.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
RBSIDENCl'i-No. !l Thirteonih truct. b
twfuu Wuiilimiiton avenue anil Walnut street.
OHlce-UlConiiiifrcUl menu, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
OKHIDKNCE-cornfrNlnth ami Whliuit sts,
fVOIhco coiunr niith street aud (lliin lefue.
Oifico hours from ft a.m. to 12 in., uud U p.m
ETC,
II. WARDNKH, M. D.
REHIDENOFi Corner MnrKonth street and
Waihlnatcn aronue, near court house. Of
ce ow Arier's Oro if btore, Olfice Hours Irou
,m,. to U in. and from 3 to p. ni.
KKTKMIKU 801HIIKUS loUK.
V.(lllhHTU.v, l'eb. 4. It l itiittd that
President Grdiil yetlerdoy imured a Uele
Cation nf (ieoryinin'tlint aftor tie cloiu of
the leition of congreti, liu woillJ, in com
pany with members of the cabinet, uiaho
an extunded southern tour, v I i I i ri tl New
Or.-aii, via Riuhiiiulid, Ualeigh, Colum
bia, Chtrkitoli, Mobell and other place.
From New Orleans lio would gu to Mem
phU, but was undecided whether he would
return via ICnoxvillo and Louisville, llu
declined to state anything positive con-ci-roing
the appointment of n Southerner
In hi cabinet.
WAuiK(iTG.v,lFeb. -I Poland i Credit
Mobllier committee met this morning, but
no witnetsos being present, ndjourned till
Thursday, unless sootier called together
by the chairman.
TLLtOKAl'll V.
ALiiANr, Feb. 4. Iu the senate a reso
lution, was otTured requesting United
States senators and repreiuntatives In
congress to oppos.j ttio proposed govern
ment purchase of telegraph. Laid over
under the rule.
noo v, J u.
Joseph llogy, sou of euatur elect, was
before Uio senatorial bribery coinmitee this
p.m. Ho visited Jetfersou City prior to
the senatorial caucus to nid In the election
of his father, by using his Influence with
members, especially Senator Rozier, who
was for III air, and who be Unally pur
suaded, on the icqro of old friendship, to
vo'.o for his father. He had but u small
amount of moiioy with him, and didn't
sco any f 1,000 bills. Ho knew that
thero was no connection betwoon his father
aud Gen. Dorrls. Nothing was brought
out during the oiamiualion iu any way
iruplic.iting young Kogy or .his father in
the uio of money to procuro vote.
CALUUKM. S fTATEUE.NT.
WASHINoroN, Kub. 4 Tho Caldwell
caio was resumed to-day, and after tho ex-
atninatioa of several vitnesiei Caldwell's
statement wa road, subitanlially as fol
lows ' Iu 'S"0 bo was induced to enter tho
conto.t for tho senate, as described ; lie tee
nies emphatically the statements of Clark,
Anthony, Carney und Hurk that tho elec
tion cost In in JflO.GOO or 170,000 or other
largo sum, or that hf, or Levi Smith in
his presence, declared hu would have tho
seat if it cost ?U5,0!0 ; all statement that
be had promised or given any considera
tion for,votes aro false; tho parties nutued
ate personal cnouiies; Carney enduavored
to induco Caldwell to withdraw from the
canva", and said he would withdraw if
Caldwc.il would pay $16,00, or would give
Caldwell twice or thricu that
sum if he would withdraw;
both propositions Caldwell declined, but
at a subsequent meeting accepted the first
and mid lliu monoy himself, ulthough
his friends oti'ered to raiaoit; he did not
agree to pay the expense of Stevens or
Clark or their friends on condition of re
ceiving their support i on tho way homo
from Topekn aftor tho election, Clark
ctnie to him and 'Hid in it much us hu
(Clark I win poor, and Caldwoll rluh, ho
defeated aud Caldwell succesiful, thut he
Caldwell hud been elected by bis iulluence,
It witi only fair that ho should pay Clark
oxpensoi', Caldwell replied that ho would
consider tho matter; nfter ho took his loat
iu the souatu Clark caniu to him and
ako 1 him to sncuru tho appointment of a
friend us postmaster ut Lawrence, ut tho
same time reminding him of his request
lor the payment of his expenses; this re
minder was repeatedly made, und finally
Clark domanded l,500 which hu refused ;
Clark said Caldwell could not all'ord to re
fuse, that ho would mako trouble ; Clark
then went to Kansas to s'tt investigation
on foot; Caldwoll never stated
that tho Kansas l'acllic railroad agreed
to share with him tho expenses
of election, and lind subsequently refused
to do so, or that said road should get
nothing through congress unlets that
agreement was ful Hilled; on tho contrary
he was on most friendly terms with
the otlioers of tho road, anil ono of his
first acts-iir tho (emtio was tho introduc
tlon of h bill drawn by thom for tho bone
lit of thu rriad. Caldwell tlun took up
und denied thu allegations of corruption
made against liliu during tho iuvotigatlon
and said in conclusion : "I will sny that
I lmve endeavored to uuswor every nccu
sation Iu evidence ottered, tending in any
way to connect ino with any improper
practices or uics of corrupt means to so
uuroiny election, and I now say generally
and upon my honor, that I never expen
corrupting any rncmbor of tho legislature
which electa 1 mo to tho United Slates
senate; I never promised or pail or au
thorized any 'ono to promise to pay money
or other reward for the purpose or with
the design of corruptly influencing any
voto in my favor ; I do not hesitate to
admit that I paid the usual and legitimate
expenses ordinarily incurred by candidates
on such occasion, and in pay
ment such bills I certainly did not deem
that I was guilty of corrupt or immoral
arts; what Indiscreet friends may have
suld or ilono during tho canvass I know
not, und surely should not be held respon
sible therefor,"
Morion announced that if the expected
witnesses and bank books arrived tbey
would bo examined, Hiid that Caldwell
would have an opportunity to reply to any
disclosuie madu. Adjouruod,
VOUUIKKN I'l.AIMll.
Thu house committee oil claims have
prepared it bill which will be reported
Saturday, paying thu awards ol claims al
lowed by the commissioner on Southern
claims bill, und appropriate! about i'JOO,
000. Gen. Itiirnsido denies that he is u candi
dal (or commander of the murine corps.
'1 hu Louse commitUu on foreign atlulrs
to-day ugreed to recommend the
pBMngo of a bill to liicorpo
rate the A met lea, China und
Japan Telegraph company, with 510,000,.
COO capital. They alio agreed to invito
the world statistical congress to hold its
next session, iu in this country.
Speaker Maine to-day having called
Dawes to occupy thu chair, appeared on
the iloor, tayir.g he had u fov minute ago
had an interview in the speaker's room
which had deeply touched him. It
Was with the widow of K. I. Wood, late
assistant surgeon In thu United States
urrny, aud daughter of 7.chariati Taylor,
ex-prctldctit of the United States. She
had presented rt petition which she would
not have read, as it presented n stato of
facts that ought not to be expected, viz. :
That the daughter of .Zicbariali Tuylor,
was in need of assistance. He had as
sured her that bo did not bulievo thero
would be a votu against tho bill which ho
now introduced, granting to Mrs. Wood,
a pension of 50 per month, to date from
the death of her husband, March 28, 1 809,
and it was passed by a unanimous votu.
FOREIGN.
PROPOSITION TO IMPROVE
FORTIFICATIONS IN
GERMANY.
CHINAMEN TO UK IMPORTED
INTO KNOLAND.
ETO
ETC,
MISCELLANEOUS.
REPORTS OF A TERRIBLE
EARTHQUAKE.
SOUTH ST. LOUI3 HIUDGF. MAT.
TEK UNDER CONSIDERATION.
ETC
ETC.,
ETC.
To IMIMHT CIHHAMK.V.
LoHImjV, Pub. 4 Tho pioprietors of
several colleries in South Wales, who an-
riouncu'their intention to import Chliih
men from California to take tho placo of
men now on strike, bavo received auonyr
iiious letters threatening anamination.
i ii re WKiTimt i
For tho past tliroo days has been intensely
cold, during which tiuie ono hundred
"on bi?o been froieu. to death iu
land.
IMI'll'lVKMK.Nr Of t'OKTIMCATIOS'H.
IllcitMX, Feb. 4. Jlismarck has sub
mitted it proputitiou to tho German Fed
eral council for tho appropriation of forty
live million tlmlcrs" for thu erection und
improvement of thu fortiUcatioiifi at Col
ogne, Ivocnigiberg, Wiihelmthohe, Kirt
mid Poson.
ed Mr'
J-
WEATHER. REPORT.
"iVasIMNOToX, Feb. 4. Probabilities
Fur New Kugluiid und Middle states ris
ing barometer, somewhat lower temperu
turp, westerly to northerly winds, very
Uenerally clear weather. For South At
lantic and Gulf states cast of Mlssitslppi
westerly to northerly winds and generally
clear weather. From Tennessee to Ohio
and Lower Michigan northwesterly and
westerly winds, generally clear weather.
FINANCIAL.
Nkw Yoiik, Feb. 4. Applications lor
new loan here and throughout the country
aro numerous and heavy and chiefly
from national banks exchanging circula
tion. Security advances from London in
dicate largo subscriptions, but as to conti
nent, not yet heard from. Thero are no
rates on which to estimate tho agcrigato
of application. Money irregular; loaning
high nt I per day; closing 77; coin, at
which rate most of the day's business was
done, sterling firm 0J(u,0J. Gold higher ;
ranging 12"13J; closing 131013J.
Loans 3(2,0 per cent, for currying. Ciear
ing 41 millions. Treasury disbursements
JOO.OOO; governments trifle better and
stead v. State bonds dull. Stocks opened
firm at on advance of per cent., but
price soon become irregular and in the
afternoon market weak and down.
New YoitK, Feb. 4. Coupons '81 18!
o-20s 'C2 14 J; do of '04 14 J; "do 'C5 1J; do
now 'Go 14"; do 'C7 16;coupons of 'CS 10;
10-JOi ll; currency us ir.j; new os
river"nIws.
ded one dollar lor tho purpose of
SOUTH T. l.OUIS UUIUOK.
The board of directors of thu merchants
exchange hud tho South St. Louis bridge,
multur beforu them to-day, und after a
general discussion adopted a resolution de
claring against the construction of any
brldgo lelow the mouth of the MUscuri
river, lower than 75 feet above high water
mark, or with spans less than five hundred
feet wide.
TKRIUnLK KAKTIIQ.UAKK.
New Yokk, Feb. 4. A dispatch dated
C-tlcutlu, is published to-day, slating that
tho city ol Lehrce in the territory cf
Scindo Is nearly in ruins, in consequence
of u terriblo oarthquake. the calamity
came so sudden the cscapo was Impossible.
At the first alarm tho inhabitant rallied
from their hou-es into thu streets, where
many wero killed by fulling buildings.
Upwards of 500 persons were supposed to
havo perished. Tho earthquake was felt
for many miles away.
TO Ilk: K. A1II.NKD.
Nnvv Yum;. Feb, 4. It is stated that
tho examination of accounts in the comp
trollers otllcu uud different city tanks.
which have bten in progress tor some
time, will show that frauds of thu old
board of audit wilt amount to nearly
110,000.000. It U believed thut evidence
will unublu thu authorities to bring to ac
count many politicians implicated iu ad
ditional fruuds, reported to have been die
covered iu ttie department of public
works.
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
"A'ASHtNaTOtf, Fub. 4, Senator Hill in
troduced a bill for tho raising of the salary
of tho president of thu United State to
$'0,000, and that of thu vl'.'o urusldutit to
$10,000, mid usked its iuimudiutuconsldorii-lion.
Senator Sherman objected and the bill
was referred to tho coinmittou on
privileges and elections.
Senator Sherman Introduced a bill to
authorize the consolidation of two or inoro
national bunks. Kefurrud to tho tlr.uneo
committee.
Subitituto for Iluckingliam's banking
bill was then taken up aid discussion re
sumed. HOUSE,
"Wauiu.nutox, Feb. Poland's Credit
Mobllier committee presented tho evidence
taken. It was moved that it bo printed
lor tho use of tho homo. It was so ordered,
A resolution was offered that thi evidence
ulfectlng mamburs of thu .enato bu re
ferred to that body. Adopted,
Tho house tl en took up uud passed tho
bill for tho payment of Montana war
claims. Adjourned,
Itlne mill I'll 1 1 orilio llltrrn.
For '.t hours elidlllg 3 p. in. Feb. I, 1:
73.
IJf'-yWcU-flM.
vAir;n.
STATION4.
it. PatU
Fort Ronton
Omaha. .. .
Uateuporl...
Leavenworth.
Keokul;
Cairo
St. l-ouis ....
I'lttiburtr
DeVallV llluil
Cincinnati . .
Louisville. ...
Memphis
Vlcksburi? . .
Shrevcport..
Naihville ....
New Orleaus .
Fort Smith
Little Roek .
h'ght.
It. ill.
rise,
ft. Iu,
tall.
ft. in.
t.
i. (i
Lake, with a tow of coal. Mary Alice;
.Mary Forsyth, Now Orleans1 Uesmit, St.
Louis. Thu Grand I.ako sold 65,000 bush
els of coal hero.
MAKKETREPORT.
St. LouIi", Feb. I Flour very linn,
good demand and unchanged. Wheat dull
and lower; samplu lots No 3 red fall sold
tl bOl as, Noiiti. Corn Inactivo and
weaker; No 2 mixed 31 J J5c: No 2 white
mixed 43c. Oats slow und littlo easier;
No mixed 31c; No '1 while !!5c. liar
li-y host qualities In demand nnd very firm;
iiilei: Kansas sprint; 75c. Ryo firm itc
otl'ered; 70 asked. Pork quint and steady
13c; dry salt moat Inactive and firm, shoul
ders 4 Jc, clear rib 0"c; clear sides 7c Job
bing and order lot; sliouiuers in uemunu
ffjc; clear rib 7J(o,7"; sides jic. Lard
primo steam salcablu 7Jc, held 7 Jc; cqoleo
kettlo i Jo. lllghwines 8"c. Cattle SO
t 30.
HEW i oK. i-cb l. r lour quiet iii'iii-
Iv in buvors favor. Supor we.tcrn $0 40
(oj7 25; common to to go.H, 7 .;u(i, uu;
good to cliolce ii)iu. v lino wneui
Ciiicaoo, Feb. 4. Flour steady; white
quiet and lower, o. I spring l TJ uiu,
SI 30 asked: No. 2 SI 241 cash; SI '.'O
March: 3-t 1 1 r.l 1 . Corn steady, l mixed
iiOle cash: 31!: March. Oats in fair tie
mrlnd nnd firm. No, 2 t!"!("0 . Ryo
quiet nnd weak, 2.G"0t)c. Harloy
iipcncd firm and closed dull, No. J fall
70fji)c. Provisions quiet and unchanged,
mc-s pork nominal 5U casn; sales i' jo
Gonreil t'ielow high water. Rl-lnj;.
i I amiig iai.
Ultieial. TIIO.S. L. WATSON.
Observer slg. tier. L. S. A.
Vlcusuuiio, Feb. 4. Uown: II S Tur
ner, Tom Jusper,Uelfast und Natchez. Upf
Indiana nud Slianiioii. Weather clear
oiiil cool. River rising.
Nasiiviu.k, Fub. 4. River swelling;
14 feet on llurpelh shoals. Wuather
mild and cloudy. A genoral rise expectod
by steaiuboutiueii. Arrivep. l'yrouu
from Cairo,
Cikcinxatti Feb. 4. River roso C
feet last '.14 hours, making 18 feet; still ris
ing and navigation is resumed. Departed.
O li Jliurcli uud Liberty No I, Now Or
ients, leu light uud toll. Weather clear
with tbnrmuuioter 42s ut seven p.m.
Luuiavn.l.K, Feb. 4. Rivor rising
slowly 7 feut lu inches in the cunul; 6 feet
10 inches In thu cliuto. Cloudy and cold
with tho mercury ut Cu,and turning coldor.
Somu ice is still running, but is soft nnd
oilers no obstruction to navigation. De
parted: Nashville, Duck rivet; Iron
Mountain and barges, New Orleans; N. J.
llibluy nud tow ol coal, Momphls. Tho
Simpson Horner and John A, Wood are
preparing to put tows through tho canal,
unit other boats are getting readv to leave.
PiTThUUKO, Feb, 4. River rising rap
idly ; 7 feet 0 inches ; 7 o clock p.m, rising
abovu and It is very prnbublo that thero
will bo a good stago of water by to-morrow.
Towboats are engaged ii breaking
ire in pools. I.argu quantity ice running
but so broken up Hint no danger is appre
hended, Towboat J S Mercer arrivod
from Portsmouth and hsperanza will do
part for St. Louis to-morrow. Carrio
Rrooka Is announced fur Wheeling to
morrow evening. Several tows with coal
will probably got out to-morrow If the
weather remains favorable. Weather
cloar; mercury 43.
Evans vi (.Lie, Fob.,4' 'Weathnr cloudy
till noon, tinco clear uud mild; morcury 62;
last 21 hours rlvor fitllon 0 Inches; wind
from vf est. Down; Uamolla, Huwkoyo
and bargee; Messongor, (iuickstop, Silver
Thorn. Up : Fayette, l'otomac und J 1)
l'urker with good trips. Business active.
Njsw Okleans, Fob. 4. Arrivod:
llinmurk, St. Louis. Departed! Joe
Kiknoy, St. Louis. Vciilhor clear and
warm.
Mkupiiis. Fob. I. Wcathor cloar and
spring like, River falling and clear of
ice. Arriveu: uny oi emiwi) m, .ouis;
Legal Tender, "White river; Nick Long-
wortu, Orleans. OJtpsrteu: uranu
seller March; $12 5()gjl2 05 seller April.
Lard steady $7 30 casli. DulU meats
steady shoufders parkod 4!("yljc. Grocn
incuts steadv. hams 7JC181 fcr eighteen to
lixtccn pounds average. Whisky steady
871c.
Memi'MIU. Fob. 4. Cotton dull and
nominal: receipts 1.41"; shipments fl.CDO;
stock 31.355. Flour HCtivc; demand ad
vanced S7(Ti".l I 50. Grulu und feed tuur
kuts bare. Hulk moats active; demand ad
vanced GattU Lard nuiet no sales
New Oki.ea.nb, Feb. 4. Lard easier;
tierce 88Jc; keg 3J3"c. buu-ar firmer.
Molasses advanced. Sterling 2.1; sight
discount. Gold 12;. Cotton dull and
lower: nalcs 4.000: cood ordinary 181c;
low middling 19"ll'"c; middling Orleans
17;20c.
rTs. postal avitDs
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
Til EM SOLICITED.
From the Missouri Republican.
Hon. John A. J. Crcsswell, postmaster
genera), has Just issued a circular, calling
for seald proposals lor luruisuing mo new
postal cards authorized by act ot congress.
Accompanying the circular, is a specimen
ul ttie cards, wntcu is a very ncai auair,
and will no doubt prove it great con
venience und benefit. In thu upper right,
hand corner Is a medallion liberty bead
surrounded with an oval border ol lathe-
work on which aro the words "U. S, post
ace, one cent.'' In the upper lelt-hund
corner are the words "United Stutcs
l'ostul Card." On tho body of tho card
aro lines for the address, surmounted by
the words, "Write the address only uu this
side the message on tho other."
Wo make thu following extract from the
postmaster general s circular :
HUE AND QUALITY OK CAMJ.
The cards will be three by fivo and
oiie-oiu'litli (3x5!l (tidies in size, made
from "bond paper ' stock (cotton and lin
en mixed,) tub-sized, tho fiber beaten out
long, worried together iu n solid nhuet
without pasting, uud suitably calanderad
on both tides tor printing and writing in
iuk or pencil. Tho card board must weigh
six (0) pounds per thousand (.1,000) cards,
and each curd, ut the option of tho post
muster general, must bear a wuter-iuurk
from water-mark rolls to be furnished by
the government.
l'KINTINO, IlIBS, l'LATICS, ETC.
The cards will Lu surface printed on
one sldu only, from hardened steel plates
madn from n die, tho property of thu gov
ernment. Two forms of plutes for thirty
six (3Cj curds each will bu furnfshed 10
the contractor, mounted to thu height of
ordinary printing type on uiutul blocks,
spaced accurately to cut tho size of thu
curds, ready for the press, suid plates to
be kept In repair und renewed ut the cost
of thu contractor.
Tho department resorves tho right to
cause thu design, die, rolls, plutes, color
and wator-mark or tuu card to uu cnanged
whenever tho public inUrest may bo sub
served thereby; and to require whuu nec
essary, new ueslgns, Ules, rolls,
plutus, colors and water-marks, equal
in every respuut to thuu
supplied by tho government, to
be lurnisueu wiiuiu a reasonable nine, hi
the contractor's cost, subject to the ap
proval of the postmaster general. And it
is expressly understood that all dies, rolls,
plates and water-mark rolls, mudu or used
ut any titiio during the existoncu of thu
contract, shall bu the absolute property of
the United States, uud sliull bu delivered
iu good working order to thu postmastur
general, or his uuthurUed agent, whenever
demanded.
MJUIIKIt OK CAUPS Klltsr YEAIt.
The estimated number of cauls retail rod
for the first year Is ono hundred million
(100,000,000), but uio contractor must fur
nish ftll that may bu called for without ref-
urtiKo to this estimate, be thu tiiinu uiuru
or less.
1IUII.UIMI HKCUUITY t'KOM V1IIK AND
tii Err.
Tho cards will bo required to bu manu
factured in a firc-proof balding, uud in
seporula apartments, distinct from tboso
lu which uny other work is done by thu
contractor; aud wbon finished must be
placed in a firo and burglar-proof tufu .ir
. 1-.. !.,.. .1. .
vault vo uu Bieciuuy iruviueu ior inui
purposo ; und said apartments and safe
or vault, shall at ull times, be subject to
the inspection of an agent of thu department.
TACK I NO.
The cards must be banded iu parcels of
twenly-tlvo (26), and packed in strong
pustub'oard or straw boxes, securely bound
on the edges and cornors with cotton or
linen cloth glued on; each box to contain
not lesa than five hundred cards ; the boxes
to bo wrapped and securely fastened in
l.rrng uianlla paper, and sealed so as lo
ssfoly bear transportation by mull for tie
dollvory to postmasters. When four
thousand (4,000) or rnoru curds are re
quired to fill tho order ol u postmustcr,
the pasteboard or straw boxes containing
Uio same must uo pacucu iu strong
wooden cases, well strapped with hoop,
iron. Said cases and packages shall bo ad
dressed by the contractor under the direc
tion of an agont of tho department.
Wooden casoi contalninc tho cards, to be
transported by water routes, must bo pro
vided wua suitable water-proanj;,
UELIVERY.
At tho time tho contract takes effect tho
contractor shall havo on band, ready for
delivery, not less than fivo million (6,000,
000) cards, and shall, from nnd after that
date, deliver with all reasonable dispatch,
packed, addressed and tabled as aforesaid,
such quantities as may be required to till
thu daily orders of postmasters ; the de
liveries to lo raauu eltbur at lliu post-or-lico
department, Washington, I). 0,, or at
thu post-ofiico lu the city or town whore
the contractor dues businesl; the place of
dollvery to bo ul tli'j option of ttio post
master genoral J tuu cost or aeuvcry, as
well as all expenses uf packing, watur
proollng, storing, addressing and laboling
to bo paid by thu contractor.
Tlie department snail nave mo rigiu
require of the contractor, ut thu expiration
of thu contract, or at any time during Its
existence, to furnish an extra quantity of
cards not exceeding a supply lor throe
months,
INSPECTION AQEMT OS TII B DEPARTMENT.
An at:ont of tho department wilt havo
supervision of the manufacture, storago,
and issuu of tho cards, who shall at ull
times havo full and free acoeis to ttio
aparlmonts, safes and vaults whero the
cards are manulactUrod and stored, for
tho purpose of Inspecting the same, and
whose duty it will ho to requiro the stipu
lations of tho contract to bo faithfully ob
served; nnd the contractor shall furnish
him nnd his clerks suitablu otJico and desk
room at the placo of manufacture, for the
the transaction of the business of his
agency, without cost to tho United States.
Thu contractor, bis employes, und
ngonts shall conform tc such regulations
an tho department may from time to time
adopt fur thu security of tho government'
r.Ei'onTM.
The contractor will bo required to re-
nort weekly under o&th. tho numbur of
cards manufactured (finished unfinished
and spoiled), tlio number issued uuring
the weuk, and tho number avallalablo for
isiue: nil spoiled cards to be destroyed by
tho contractor in tho presonce of the agont
of tho department.
UltOOERIKN.
J. K. LUFKLV,
Wtio1eitle mill llrtnll (I nicer,
Hat on hand at all times WgeUhlcs Fruits
lllltter and Lggi, Lard,
Honey, TitoneAi. Fruitm, Etc., Etc
tSTAll goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at -maii I'loiit.
N. It. ParccN delivered to any part of the
city to customers.
WE.T fclPK COMMERCIAL AVE., BETWEEN
17tll ANU 18th STREETS.
2 -20-If
O.I. I.I.VU
CHEAP GROCERIES
THE 1TBW SYaTBM
OHOOERIEri
RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
J-hlCES OH CASH.
Homo Advertisements.
AT U. O. THIELEUICE'3 STORE
WAellllOTON AVENUE. 11RTWEEN TENTU
AttU ELEVENTH aTREETtl.
EC t,s. dry Cuba Sugar for
it it it it
(!) lbs. A cofi'uo Sugar. N. V.
I " Primo Rio Coltee for
3
3
- - 5 0
- - 1 00
Std. 1 00
1 00
Choice " " - - I 00
Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally its cheap.
Uoods uuw und lull weight gtvon. (Jail
and try.
1IKNUY UASKNJAUliH,
RETAIL GROCER
And lleuler in
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED P.iULTEV,
FRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETtl.
All fioruid Wauhantf.h FttEsii
Ami sold at the lowe.st prli'r liil'va-h,
&3f" Eighth street, between Commercial
und Washington avenues.
JOHN HIlUIillAN,
It 12 TAIL G It O C E It
Aud Dealer In
liisa
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EGOS, LARD
t'KESii uu l i r. it, j; i t;.
J3TAI1 Goods warranted fresh, aud sold
the lowest prices.
Corner tub St. andCommerulalAve.
7-23 tf.
WM. (ilsKNN tic SON'S
11KAD (L'.UiTUliS FOR OllOCFllir.S
IMMENSE STOCK,
GREAT VARIETY,
LOW PRICES,
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUd.VU, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined,
SYRUPS. New Orleans und Eastern.
K MAKE Bl'KClAI.ITIEK OI'
T22-A.S, TOBACCOS,
V.CTD OIOAES.
70 i Xi IViis SI, CIXCISXATI.
l-3-t-Us-3m
1.IIMHER.
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDEIW SUPPLY DEPOT
13 jt TENTU STREET,
ou
Uoori, Hants, UllHdis, Moiililliih,
lv (JuS(rrN,(woiMl Wlnilotrsinil Poor
STraium, t'luarlast, Lalli,
Nlilntclefs, UlHi-i NimIi, lllasol tsl.le
I.lsxItU, Ulnars. TrHnaosna,
Nhi.Ii WalKliU, NmmIs I'uUIpn ssliil U
lllluil fnatrtiliiirM, Itoollatr
I'ell, KoiiNiik S'emeiil, PUalerln
I'ttprr, Uriet Veil, WUIIe
I.imI, I.IumI Oil, American Wln.loyi
Ultiaa, EuKllah uiiilFrencIs
I'lisle Ulaas, I'utly, (J'naler'a 1'i.utl
Hi-wer IMiioit, I'nlriil l'liliiissy
i:it.
Ktr.,
A OKNTd for Rnck Ulfor Paper Corop.Dj'
XV MinatliiuK Felt anil Quarts Cement
It. V Joha tmprorod Koo&de tlwsjs on
lNNUItAMCt.
FIRE AND MARINE
COHI'AMI'S.
NIAGARA, N. T.,
Asset. 11,436,216
QERUANIA, X. Y.,
AsueU...- -- 1.0M.711 li
UANOVEU, N. T.,
Assets .718 62 W
REPOIILIC, N. Tn
Assets -H.92" 00
ComprUInK the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS, N. T.,
Assets
Aots .
Assets...
678 461 M
ALBANY CITY,
4M.1SJ 2A
hreukn's fond, a. r.,
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
ts.et I,i,lt
atoie, Dwelltox, Vurnlture, Hulls and O
Ears, tasured at rules an Uyomtlu sound,
uiaaeol aecurttv will warrant.
I respectfully ask of the ct tisens ol Calr
sliareof their uatrouaae.
c.N.uvonK
W. H. Morns,
KoUrr t'uMle.
II. H . Candet
No. Pub. tai IT, B. Com
I1TSTJBH.
FIRE, IIULLrOAROO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
I IT 3 TJ E A IT C H.
j:TN.t,II.tRTFOItl,
A.-ots f!,SJ,60.
NORTH AMERICA, PA
A.eH f2,7H,GO0 Oi)
1IAKTFUKU, CONN.,
Asset. 12,(11,210 Ii
PI(N1X, IIAItTFOKD,
KittU 61,711,113 hi
1 f iTEKNATlO.VA I., N. Y.,
Asset ll,35J,6Jj 1
PUTNAlLHAUTFOHlJ,
Asset t706,S7
UI.KVEt.AND, OI.KVKLAND,
Asset. ,1615,075 14
JIOUK, COLUMBUS,
Aiatts tl!9,27S S3
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset. fiOO.OOU 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE.
Asset 130,000.000 W
'lllAVKLEIUj', llARTKOUU, LIFU ANU
ACCIDENT.
Asset. - 11,600.000 O
UAlUVAr l'.VSaKNOEIU ASSURANCK
CO,, HARTFOKl),
y.iels fvx,wa w
INDEPENDENT, 1I0ST0N,
Ahel - - IJ50.66S 00
SAI'TOKD, iMOUKIS Si (JANDKE,
71 Sllilu lMVt,
TKUTONIA L I V K INSUUAN0K
COe"P-A.CTr.
OF OUICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CE.vr'L.OrFicE, 172 "WAsui.voTONSr.
A.CTIVA, SS50.000.
Thl. Oennan Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only l'altl-up 1'ollcles hut
also a Value lu Cah on the Non-forfeiture
plan,
JOHN A. IIUOK, - - - Proildent
0. KNOliKLSDORF, - - HecroUry
JOHN VT. l'UUESS,
Agent for Cairo aud vicinity.
1HSMARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insuraneo
aud Sick Relief hy weekly duet and mutual
eo-oneratlon In ntilertaol nubile beuetlt.
The I.lle Insurance l'olleles will be Issued I
by the Teutonla Lire Insurance Company.
H.MEYERS, Trssld.nL
JOHN Xf. TRUESa, Ao't.
Udlr Cmlra sussl vlstlsslt jr.
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