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OlTIFiaiHJ, STJIjIiSTIlSr BTTIXjODIlirCK, COB. lSTEC STEEHT "WSH:i3Sr3-'r03Sr AVBIiTtra.
JOHN II. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. llftjRSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUU CHUltUHES.
IMtEfillYTKKIAN-Kiilit'i Street.
Prcachlm?, Hahltatb at Ml n.m. nntl 71 p.ra
Prayer nii-rtlnir, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
abhath School,. 1 p.m. J. M. Lansdf n, Sil
pcrlnlcndeiit. ItKV. II. TllAYKlt, l'anUir
JtKTIIODIST.-Cor. Klglitli and Volnut 8U.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10J a.m., anil 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74p.m.
Sabbath Scliuul, 3. p.m. I.. W. fetlllwell,
hiiipurlnteiident. ItKV. V. 1.. TuoMraoN,
Pastor.
I.HURCll OK TIIK UKUKKMi:it-(Kpico-
Morning prayers. Mabbath 10J a.m.
livening prayer", 7j p.m.
Sabbath ."school, D a.m.
ItKV.j:. Co AN, Rector.
feT. PATItlf. ICS CHURCH Ninth St. and
WuMiluirlon Avenue.
Public r-crv ice, Sabbath 8:10 and 104 "
Vt'fbtm, 7 p.m.
abbath School. 2 p.m.
.Service iiury ilajf, B a.m.
ItKV. P..1. )'llAM.OItAN, J'rleet.
r-T. JOSKPH'S CHl'RCII ((ii-nnaii,) cor-
nerof Walnut ami Croi street".
M.i, every Sablmtli at ID o'clock a. in.
Ve-peir, 2 p. tn.
J!ai during wed; lay, H o'clock a. m.
Ili:v. C. IIoitma.v, 1'rli M.
f.LRMAN I.CTIli:itANCIlCRCII-13tb j
clrcct between Wellington Avenue nun
Walnut utrrrt. ...
Preaching . Sunday morning at 10 o clock,
.sabbath .School at a o'clock p.m.
Itr.v. IEoii't. Hi:i.ni(i, Pastor.
VOl'NG MKN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room oter Itockwell
A- Wn bookatorc, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 1 p.m. at
the room.
I.. W. Stxli.wki.l. President.
sy.myu missionaiiv iiaptist
t'HUItCII. Corner Sycamore em) forty.
llr.t Mrtset. Preaching Mlibatli at 11
o'clock a. m. and :t o'clock p. m.
Miinl.iv School 1 o'clock p. m.
The chiircti U connected with the llllnol
Association, l.y the Pint MMunary Hap-
tlit chuteli ol i'jlni.
KkV. j-omimoN I.konakii, Pator.
AKUICAS .MhrrilOll.ST. Fourteenth, he
tweeu Walnut nndOedar.
Senlco.fcabbalh. 11 a.m.
S..'ibath School, 11 p.m.
CUM inietf at a p.m.
HllONI) FREK WII.I. IIAPTIST'-Flf-
isentli Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1 J and 3 p. 111.
ItKV. .V. Kickh, Pator.
FUF.K AVILL IIAPTIST HOMK MINION
SAIiltATlI SCHOOL. Corner Waluut
and Cedar Street".
ahbath School. 0 a.:n. ,
FIRST HIKE WILL IIAPTIST CHURCH
- urry's liarrnck
Service. Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. AT! p.m.
Kr.V. Ym. Kei.lkv, Ptor.
KIILST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST Clll'HCll.
-Cedar, between Mnth and Tenth ft.
TELEGRAPH G
POLITICAL.
MIBSOUIU INVKSTMA.
TION KKOI'ENKI).
EVIDENCE UEINO TAKEN IX
THE I'OMEIIOY
CASK.
OAK EX AMES INDIFFERENT
AS TO HIS EXPULSION.
N'fc'.V PKKSIDENTIAIj uksi
JJKXCK TO HE JJUII.T.
Preachlnif Sabbath. IQi a.m. and .J p.m.
Prayer metUnjc, YeUiedy oM-nio.
Preachlnif, rriday eenln(J.
Sabbath s:chool. 1) p.m. dohn VatiHaxttr
audIrV.Sttphen. auperlnUndentii.
Hkv. T. .1. Snout, rtnr.
SECOND IIAPTIST CHCKCII VourUenth
Mreet, between Cedar and Walnut. '1 he
only HaptUt church recognized by the A
ioclatiou. Sen1ce, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.tn. and 7 p.m.
Hkv. .Iacoii llltAin.K.V, Elder.
SEUI'.KT OltDKllS.
THE MASONS.
:AlllO-COMMA.SlKltY. No. W.-SUtnt
.r uibly at the Aylum Maonle Hall, tlrit
and third Monday In each month.
JAlltO COIINOIE, No.ii.-lteKiilarUniyo.
ration at Ma?onic Hall, the necond rriday
in each month.
CAIRO CUAPTEK No. TL-Itcijular Con-
vocation at Mixuilc 1111, on the third
TueMlay ol every mouth,
CAIllO I.OlHiE. No. 'i37 K. A A. M. Ue&U
lar Communication at Masonic Hall, the
recond and fourth .Mnmlay.ol ocU mouth.
TIIK OIlD-KKI.l.OWS.
Al.EXANUElt 1.UUOE, rJU Jlrcti In Odd-
Kcllow' Hall, In Arter's hulldlnt;, every
Thur.day evening at S o'clock.
STATE OFFICEIIS.
(lovernor-nichard .1. qjrjcliy.
I.lctitenant-Oovcruor ilohu Ullevcriuge,
Secretary or Sute (ieorijc II. Harlow.
Auditor or State C. E. Llpplncott.
SUtc Tre4urer C.ipr Huu.
Atlomey (ietieral Jatutt K. Edj.ill
nupt.Puhllc Instruction-Newton Uatcnian
CONTillESSMEN.
Senator Lyman Trumbull aud John A.
tc?rcentatlve for the SUtc-at-I.arge S.
I,, llevcrldx't. . ,
KcprtK-uUtlve Thirteenth District John
M. Creln.
MEMHE1W QENEITaI. ASSEM1H.Y.
Hcpreu-utativcv In the Wlh dlfii:t.
John II. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math.
ri.T. lnscore.
.Senator for the .'i0th di'trlct. Je'oAVarc.
COUNTY OEKICEItS.
CIItCUIT COUKT.
Judxe D. J.U.ikcr, of Alexander.
Stale's Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Win, .Martin Aesor and Treaiiiirer.
COUNTV COUKT.
Judt'e V. llroH.
Anoelatc J. K. McCrlto and S. Marchll
uon. Clerk .Tacoh Q. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (losrain.
MUNICIPALljOVEItN'MJiNT.
Mayor John M. Landen.
Truamirer It. A. Ciinninuliain.
Comptroller E. A. Iliirnett.
Clerk-Michael How ley.
Marhhal Aiidrnw Cain.
Attorney p. II, Pope.
Police Mngltratc r Ilros and II. Shan
ncfcy.
Chief or Police L. II. Mycr.
WK.I.KCT COUNCIL
Mayor John M. LatiMlcn.
Vlrt Wnrd-P, (1. ijchuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward-.) no. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. staam Tavlnr.
Clty-aM.arge--W. V. Halllday :nd D,
liurd.
HOA11W K AI.KKIIMKN.
Flrft AVard -Jaiiien Itoarden, A. . Sar
inr.l Uaae. Walder.
Second Ward-U. H. Cunningham. E. Ilu
der, Q.Stanccl,'J:unei4 Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Htratton, J. II. riilllli.
Fourth Wanl-Jno
eiiue, J. H. Metcuir.
II. Koblnton, U. II.
VIIVHICIANN.
ETC,
ETC,
ETC.
nil. B. 0. TABKR.
Will rcumn the practice ol hi" provision
with eupcclal reference to the eleetrlea
tieatmcnt ol illneiiHCn In all the new ana im.
ftrniiwl lilfthntlu nf nnitlleMtlotl.
. .1. 'Vi.. tnn lA.l..
in ail ciiHen 01 icuiuiu cuuijuaii,. i.u;
will he in attendance.
OlUce, 12H Commercial avenue, up talr.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
UE8IUENUK No. U Thirteenth trt, b
I twneu W'hiniion avenue and Walnut ilmU
UiBcU I Ooiniiiercl! avenue, up tUlra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKSIDKNCE-ornrJllnth and Walnut ti,
IVOHii ooiDer With utreet and Ohio levee.
OWoe hour. from A a.m. to U m., aiJ 9 p.tn
II. WAHDNER, 'M.- D.
REHIDKNOE-Cornor r.ineUenth flreet and
WMhlngton afetme-nMr oourt boiine. Or
f ont Arier'allroeety Store, Otfloe Hourn Irora
a m,, to 12 m. and 'om 1 tn 4 n, in.
it, s,.uiunuAM, M.U.,
Homeopathic Tliv'slclaii niid Suraenn. Of
Use 1311 Commercial ayonuu. ltenldcncc on
Tenth tvot, Utrctt rfoor wct of C. K.
WodwnrBja tc ' i. 'JtfSmd
llllllir.llV KKI-ORTI!.
St. Louie, Fob 14. In the lower homo
of the legislature to-day the special sena
torial bribery committee' reports came up,
ktid alter n illht debate both report wuro
referred back to tho eommitteu by a vote
of '! to 'M.
OlKRs A MM.
Nr.vv Yokk, Feb. lit. A Washington
pecinl lay Ouitf Ainev took tho report
of tho Poland eommitteu coolly. Hudoef
nobellevu the iioudb will expcl.liifii. IIi
1 rieri J urge, him to employ counicl, but
he doei not think it necessary t he It not
likely to make any defence. Hu under
rtimdt that Heck mid Kerr iuc wAng to
peak againil expultinn; nlo that Morgan,
Kainiworth, and Duller of Maitachuetli
are ai;aintt the report.
NOHISATKD,
IIabtkokd, Feb. 10. .Democrutio con-
vntion to-day nominattd Cha. It. Iner
jll for governor.
l-KCSIDKNTIAL AIIOUC.
AV.vjiitKOToy, Vb. 10. Tho Uou
committee on ptiblicbuildingi and pronnJf
bavo agreed to report against the utc of
the Vi'hlto Ilouie except for executive
oIlice, it being too unhealthy to live in.
Thi involve the building of a new houie
for tho president.
KOMriiHV'. INVr.STIOATIOV.
Wahiiimoto.v. Feb. 10. At the sitting
of tho Pomcroy committee trill morning
Mr. hrolingbuyicn laid tho resolution
pinl in tho scnato VMterday permitted
proof of any allegation of corruption
against l'omeroy, directly, but not lis to
hit friend. Mr. Hortoo wm aked what
couno he 'Would purine and replied that
thodefento should know what tho accii
erf charged btforo their defence was pre
sented, and aiked that tho other side sub
mit a written atttteincnt of their ullega
tioris, with tho iinine of witnessed.
Mr. ."Ninpion nid the pending investiga
tion at Topeka required the prejenco there
nf some of hi witneise, and that it would
bo unjuU to compel him to make the stnto
merit required by Horton at that time.
rrank Uacon of tho Kuniai legislature,
was then called to show that money was
offered for his vote bv tbo friends of l'om
eroy.
Uacon teitiQcd that Judge Horton sent
for him to co to tho TefTt house, when
Horton offered his campaign expenses if
ho would vote for Pomoroy, as it was
to the interest of thn Atchison, Topcka and
Santa Feo road that l'omeroy should be
elected; he told Horton his exponses wore
about S'J,000, but Horton declined, and
said ho would pay $000 or $1,000; the
next day wbilo seated in tho legislature,
Dr. Hoerbackor came and urged witness
to voto for l'omeroy saying
$3,000 wore roady for
him, but wltne refused; witness in
answer to the question said his expenses
were not $3,000, nnd ho did not know what
they were; J ml go Horton, who made tho
otler to Uacon, is counsel for l'ornoroy, und
witness pointed bint out as sitting with
tho committee.
W. 11. Uond of tho lower house of the
Knmas legislature tctiUed that John T.
Murphy met him In Topcka during the
canvass, and said ho had seen l'omeroy,
who wanted him (wjtncss) to voto for
him ; on thn following Tjmrsday ho came
to him again and said that l'omeroy had
said that if witness would voto for him
he) would pay him anything that was
reasonable, and advised him to go and see
l'omeroy; saying,',". You can ImvolSSjOOO
just at well as tlvo cent ;" ho did not call
on l'omeroy on the Saturday boforo the
election ho called on l'omeroy, nnd had a
talk about tho election; told him he
could not voto for hiw ; on the morning
of thu joint convention, about eleven,
o'clock, ono 'of his colleagues
called lilin out of Dr. Logan'a room, say
ing Homo ono wantod to sue him, lie found
Horton in tba hall, who said ho didn't
vrati't to bother him, butjhad some
thing to say to him nnd could lay it in
live minutes; ha took him into ahothor
room, locked the door nnd said ho under
stood his (witness1) position ; knew ho had
troublo In his family by death, and know
what his circumstances were; bo was his
friend, nnd as his friond fcdvisod him to
take cam of himself ; ha then suld thero
whs no uso mincing mnttors ; wit
noss' iiumo stood first on the list in hit
dologatlon, auij ha was. vory doslroui of
having hli yote; then ho said that what
evor was givon in tho way of money,
vrat to bo contidorod us in tbo way of de
fraying expenses, und udded, ','ow name
what you want, and I will go right down
to 'l'omeroy a room and tlx it un im.
.... .. .... " r t
rusiiaioiy. witness angworod ho could
nt ioo bis constituents In thrca davs:
'later Logan laid that Pomcroy was mrt
to bo elected again, and urged
liintj for hi vote, Understand,'
said hr, ! will go right down to Pome-
roy"rof.m and fix it up immediately;"
witnes nnswerod hu.could not soo Pome
roy, that ho had sotno other, business to
attend to, and then left thu room.
I'ho examination by Hotton and mom
bersof the commiltao elicited the fact that
witness had given certain parlies to under
stand he would vote fur Pomoroy; he did
so at tbo instance of hi friends who
thought thore wn no chance of beating
1'umerny and wanted him to voto for him
if this was found to bo true, because his
county had always been on thn losing
sido, in senatorial contests; witness didn't
say that L would voto fcr l'omeroy, and
didn't mean to, If It was possible to beat
him. .
II. O. DrUc-all, member of thn lower
lir.me, was sworn r.nd testified ho hud
been approached in a financial way four
times, in rohttion to his vote. Asa Low,
urged him to vote for Pomoroy, and inti
mated tliat $2,000 would not break him,
( Low), and tnid )ie would stand between
witness nnd hi constituent"; I w-ns ad
vised to Uko it; witness concluded to tako
the money and then go into the TiiTt
hou'c and expose tho bribory,
so ho madu no reply but
bowed out of the room ; witnc did not
sen Ilrown tho next day, but on tho day
following ho catno to Mm, and said he
could not get tho money the day before,
but had it then, and was ready for busi
ness ; witness answered: "Ilrown, don't
show mo any money, if you had come yes
terday you and I would have been ruined;
I should have accepted the money nnd
then exposed you, and my
nimo would have been disgraced.'1
Urown Atkod witness not to tell
any one; witness said ho would not on con
dition that Ilrown should go and tell
l'omeroy that nono of his striker must
offer him more money, and if they didn't
keep away from him, ho would trump it
Tooxtcnd for one year, till February 1,
1874, tbo time for filing claims for addi
tional bounty, under tho act of July, 28,
1800;
To provide for head stones In national
military cemeteries,
Mr. Coburn alto reported a bill decla
ratory of the meaning of tho third section
of the net of July II, 1870, in regard to
tho tlmo at which commissions issued to
olllcers during the lato war who wero
prisoners of war, etc., shall take effect.
This hill gavo rio to considerable dis
cussion and opposition, it being stated in
thn course of the debate thf.t It would in
volva the dato of the army rrxrd, nnd
take $20,000,000 ojil of the treafury.. Re
fused to second thu ptovious question, nnd
tho bill was recommitted,
Air. Coburn nlso reported a bill to pro
vide that no person shall be promote 1
In tho army who is addicted to an intem
perate use of intoxicating liquors or
drug.
Mr. Dorr wanted to know if that rtilo
had boon enforced before the war what
would huve become of thu president.
Mr. Coburn replied that it would not
havo applied to him nt all. It applied
only to drunkards.nnd ho asked what gen
tleman would daro to voto nguimt tho
proposition.
Mr. II hv of Illinois said that ho had
dared to voto against it in committee and
would vote against it in tho houso.
Mr. Parniworlh moved to strike out
tho word intemperate, o that the act
should apply to those who arc addicted
to the uio of intoxicating liquors.
Mr. Stevenson remarked that if tho sol
diers were nil teetotalers there would be
no fighters. Laughter.
Mr. W. 11. Huberts of New York tu-i
gcslcd that it should be made to include
members of congre.'l. Laughter.
Mr. Mclntyro moved to lay tho bill
on tho table. Xegntived. Furnsworth's
all over thu world; that wa tho last I J amendment was rejected and tho bill
ever hoard of monev.
Mr. Chairman : He didn't otTor me any
thing, but left the impreion on my mind
that 1 could trad" off in that direction it I
chose ; another timo Mr. I'aino told wit
noi there was money In Topcka, and said
he could have some ; witness said he didn't
want it; l'uino said that the money was
stolen from the government, and that ho
passed.
m any one;
MISCELLANEOUS.
DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN
ACTOU IN NEW YOKK.
might as woll havo it
said It would be given him without
his making any pledge, and that n friend
would call on him in two or throe days
and ask him to do a favor which he could
refuse or not, as ho chose; this was the
first dircrf offer of money,' and witness
was hurt because ho considered the ofier
very degrading to himself ; witness re
ported theso facts to Mr. West, who said
that it was nothing; that he had been
asked if ho could use i 1,000 or $1,200 to
advantage; tho third instance was when
Mr. Holo, member of tho city
Council of Atchison, took witness into a
room in thcTeffthotie,nrid said: "Huslness,
business, just say how much money it
will tako to secure your vote.'' Witness
was nngry, and told Hoke that he was
not "Uio first of l'omeroy 'a strikers Jwho
had offered him monoy, and that ho would
know that Pomoroy had not money
enough to buy his voto , Paddy Ilrewn of
Atchison camo into witness' room, ar.d
said ho liked tho way ho talked; then ho
said no onu will bo hern to-morrow, I have
money and you can havo somo just as
well as not, and I adviso you to lake it.,
Tboro being no other witness for the
prosecution pretent, nor likoly to bo to
morrow, tho committou adjourned till Fri
day, when Deverin, chairman of thoTopo-
ka investigating committoe is expected to
be present with the original packages of
money, exhibited by York in convention,
a having been paid him by l'omeroy.
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
The house bill removing the disabilities
of ox-Uov. Smith of Virginia, was passed,
Senator lllair moved to tako up the con
ference report on the steamboat bill, made
last session, hut uftur somo discussion the
motion was withdrawn till to-morrow.
Mr. Frollnghuyson gave notice that ho
would ask the senato to-morrow to tako tip
the hill reported from tho judiciary com-
mittoo relating to Utah ulfairs.
Senator Sherman from tho committee
on finance reported without amendment
n houso bill providing that upon all im
portations of tugrtr, molasses, pig iron and
railroad iron, the amount of bond re
quired shall only bo in the penal sum of
double tbo amount of duties on each arti
cle, and' that upon all Othor importations
It .shrill bo in a penal sum equal to
twico the valuo of the merchandise im
ported, with duties added.
Senator Wilson introduced a bill au
thorizing tho president to uppoint three
commissioners to revise tbo bankrupt law
and report amendments thereto, Re
ferred to tho judiciary committoe.
On motion of Senator Trumbull the
Indiana, Ohio and Illinois two pur cent
bill vas (aken up, and debuted at length,
No action.
Senator Oasserly entered a motion tn re
consider tho voto passing tho Asiatic
cable telegraph bill
After executive session the. sonutu.ad.
Jo'.trneJ. ., ,
,iioysK.
WxHiiiNorov, Feb. ID. In accordance
with previous arrangements, tho houso
considered billa. reportad from the commit'
teo on military nffuin.
Tho following bills wero reported and
passed :
To provide for tho inspection of distri
bullous of appropriations made by tie
army ofllcors ;
IM l'OHTATION OFCHINESE LA
BOR INTO COSTA 1UCO.
stales parity cloudy and clear weather,
light wind and pleasant weather. In tho
uuir state lilllng barometer and rising
temperature. Over Lower Lakes falling
barometer and rllntr temperature. From
the Missouri river to Upper Lakes lalling
barometer, rising temperature and north
erly winds.
RIVER NEWS.
!tln and Fall ol the Itlvem
For 21 hours eliding 3 p. m.,'Feb. 10, 1S7J.
Afiove Chahi?c"
."TATIO.N'S.
low
water.
St. Paul
rnrt r.entin..
Ouuha...... .
iMVetiport . . ,
Leavenworth..
lf"okuk
Cairn
St. I.OIll
Plttburg. ...
Cincinnati.,..
l.ouivilh-.,. .
Memphl"
Vlck'htirg ...
Shrrvcport
Na.hlilc
New Orlcaii". .
I.lttlc Hock...
FortMiilth....
..I
ItlHe.lFallj
?PI?I?
ID
'lorired.
TIIOS, I,. WATSON.
i.b.iTvt r Scr. I.'. S.
MllS.
IIF.CKHAM TnF. SUPI'OSF.D
P01SONF.il l'.ELEASED.
ETC., ETC.,
ETC.
TIIK GBSELEY ESTATE.
New Yohk, Keb.-lC After nil obliga
tion. aro paid Horaco Greeley's daughters
will each have ono hundred thousand
dollars.
CHIVHJK CIIK.W t.AI'.OIt.
Central American new say that China
men laborers were being imported into
Costa Itlco.
A. w. ruSwo,
A woll-known actor, was found dead in
his room this morning, supposed to havo
died ot heart disease. f!o played at
Hooth's theater last evening, and was ap
parently In good healtbjlis death caused
a profound sensation and regrctnmong the
fraternity.
RKr.r.A9r.n.
St. Loom, Feb. 10. Mrs.Ucekham, ar
rested yesterday n suspicion of having
poisoned 'Willie nnd Fred Hudson, was
released to-day, the coronor's inquest hav
ing revealed tho fact that the bovs died of
cerebro spinal meningitis.
A DISOKAPE,
PnovittKNOK, 11. I. Feb. 10. At New
port this p.m., Albert H. Essex was ex
amined on tho chargo of incest. After the
testimony of his wilo and two davghtors,
tho prisoner's counsol said thero was no
esse, and Esex ns discharged. Tho
court-house was crowded by tho excited
populnco, and for tin hour Essct couldn't
bo removod. At 'lust he was
got into n hack, and amid
shower of stones was driven rapidly
to tho next town, whure he took tho curs.
Fivo men followed him into thu cars.
Essox jumped from tho train when it
was under headway. The men pulled
tho bell cord, slopped tho train, nnd gave
chase, but tho fugitivu is supposed to huvo
escaped violence. It Is understood that
Essex, though perhaps guilty of brutality
in his family, had given no oau'o for tho
infamous chargo mado iigalnit him.
FINANCIAL.
Nkw Yoi'.K, Feb. 10. Monfy very
stringent 1-2- to i per tiny, with the bulk
of business lit l-lli, Thu demand con
tinued until lifter U o'clock, nnd tho latcH
loans wuro at I. Capital is difficult of ac
cess even at tho highest rutcif. Sterling
weakBj8J. Oold (juict und steady 14
0143; c!oing nt J; loons 10 por cont.
for currying, and fiat fur borrowing; clear
ings 77,000,000; treasury disbursements
04,000. Governments dull and stnady.
There is considerable commont on tho ac
ceptance of only 1,000,000 by tho treasury
when it had an opportunity to buy 6,000,
000 at or below par In gold. Tho 1,000,
000 wore bought at Up OS-1000113 8V100
.and will bo paid for by J in national bank
and tho rust In legal tender notes. State
securities dull. '
m of '81. 181: 5-'i0 of T.2. 161; of 'CI;
If,; of 'Co, 101; new of '0.1, 14 J; of 'C7 lflj;
ol'1CS 10; new 5s, 13 1; 10-I0s, 1IJ; cur
rency Gt, 1-1 j.
WEATHER REPORT.
VAsiMNtiTON-. Fob. 10. Probabilities
filing .barometer and pleasant weather
lor inursuay prevail in mo iaiuuio nnu
Kattern state. In the South Atlautio
A.
Sr. Lofts, Feb. 10. Arrived : .John
Kyle and Kellogg, '. O. D-parted: Joe.
Kinney, Vicksbiirg; Continental nnd Fu
ture City lor N. O.; Victory und Uabbage
for PitUburji; Citv of Cbeiter for M em-
phis. Itiver falling slowly; u good dciil of
ice lias paioa liuro since last night. .Navi
gatloii.rerumed to Alton, and river prob
ai ly open to Uio mimth of tho Illinois and
above. Fruit last night nnd cold to-day.
l-.YANaVJI.LK, JXIllA.VA, fob 10.
Weather cloudy and clear, alternately;
murcury.Si0 to 45. Itiver rUcn 1 fiKi't.
and rising slowly; full of heavy drift. Up:
ij'iiuimcp, rayettu. liown: Alicu lirown,
Allegheny Uelle, Mury Anient, (!rey
Eaglo. liusinusi iiutivc." Freight" abundant.
CtsriXXATi, Onto, Feb. 10. Iliver
forty-two feet, rising slowly. Departed:
Anuy lunru, jiempms:. sjUarmer, J'.vmis
vllle; McU Lorigworth, Sow Orluatis.
Cloudy mid warm.
Nashville, Feb. lit. liiver fullin-r
slowly as fur up ns Hartsville. Weather
pleasant and partiully clear. Arrived
John S llraiisl'ord, Upper Cumberland;
Silberthornc, f.vansville; Xyrono, Cairo
Departi-d: isilvcrthornc, EvaTisville.
Pmsncr.o, Fob. l'J. Mononguhela a
o'clock to-night 11 foot l inchu mid full.
ing. Arrived: Carriu Jirooks from
Wheeling. Oepartu-d: Uarrio Ilrooks for
Wheeling; .Tunlunta for Cincinnati; Em
peror is louding for St. Louis and It ri 11
lor Kushville. Hunrv II Collins Ion
coal boat by sinking tit Augustln's land
ing, 5 miles below huro yesterday, con
tained 2,'JGO bushel. New steamer Em
ma Graham wus Inspected to-day, leaves
for Cincinnati.
Louisville, Feb. Hi. Hirer rislen
inches since morning; 1C feet cnnnl; 14
feet chute; l'J feet bridge space. "Woathe
clear nnd plonsant; slmhtiy cooler. Ilus
iness fair. Arrived: llrilliatit, Ironton
Barnard, Pittsburir. Departed: Wurne
ana imrges, (Jincinmui; l.u jiobtis ami
bargc, Tennessee river; Ilrilliunt, Iron
ton; Wolfl', llaldwln, New Albanv; The
steamer II. F. Dwal wa3 sold to-dnv to W
G. Illne, Howling Oreen, for 1,000, half
cash, balance in 4 months.
Memi'IMS, Feb. H, Weathor clear
warm and sprinc-like. Itiver risintr
Arrived: James 1'urkor, Ciiicinnnti. De
piirtod: Henry Probasi-o, Clncfnnatl;
Alice, Ouachita rivur; Pollock, .1 .Sharp
McDonald und Henry Ames, New Or
leans; Mary Hoyd, Whltu river.
Njcw Orlbanis, Feb. l'.t. Arrived;
Ciiy of Quincy, St Louis. Departed: l'uu
line Carroll, St Louis; JennU Howell, Ar
kansas river. Wonthcr clear and warm.
makket'report.
St. Louh, Feb. 19. Flour dull nnd
weak; extra SCoTO OOjxxiC 7C(u5" CO; xxx
$7 SOfgS 50; lamily nnd Taney $H "G
10 60, Wheat dull and lower; No. 2 spring
SI '20; No. 3, rod fall, $1 85; No. 'J $1 P8
(3)'J 00. Corn unchanged; No. -, mixed,
3JfjT:.33lc; whito mixed, 40 lie. Oat
dull; No.'.' mixed, 2SJc; No. 2. white. 31.'. c
Uarley nuiet; No. 7:.m80c; No. 1. !0fn"i
SI. llye dull and lower; No. 'J, CSfJiOc.
Whisky i)0c. Pork firm nt 13.1i-; d. s.
moat firm; looso shohldors 4 'c; looio clear
sides CJc; packed shouldors 6.!c: c. r. "Jc;
s. Tic. urucr lots ot nacun btcnuv.
Lard firm nt "JOtTjc, prime steam. Colleo
strong and active, Hio 22(a25c. Sugar
steady; La, 0(7illc. Plantiition moIasos
senrcu and firm at 703fi0c. Cuttle quiet
nnd unchanged. Hogs study a'.ii 'lOr-o
I P0; mostly 054 75.
Memimiis, Fob. "l'J. Coltnn dull and
drooplni;; good ordinary 1 7 jc: iowor mid-
ling iS'ic; rocoipts iocs; thlpmcnt 110;
stock 318,10. Flour firm; family $10
10 SO; othor grndos unsaleable. Corn dull
and declined, 00(J02je. Oats In fair do-
mnnit una higher, mixed dv. liny dull;
westorn $2PtW33. llran Iowor, $11, Ilulk
moats steady :it 5.c; side "ie. Lard,
heavy recuipts lmvo dopro3seif tho market,
Sic-
i;iunA(io, run, iy. riour nuiet nnd
unchanged. Wheat steady, No spring
l 31Jf..'l t!': cash; U 225 hid March;
No 8 l 01". Com ftoady, No 2 mixed
3llccrsh, illje Murch. O.tts steady ut
JojO'JilIc, Ityu quiet No 2 U3o. lUrley
firm, No 2 full VMilTUr, No 3 6ti.03o
according to location. pork Mndo lower,
nominally $12 Jij cash; $13 April.
Lard nuiet and easier $7 607 65M7 CO
March. Hulk moats good duinum!; lout;
mess held at 15c; d. s. meats, no shoulders,
ido liwic; bacon, no shoulders, tide BiQn
81c: hams dull at Hl(SiUc, Lard
nil: tierce tW.cT; kettle
Die. Sugar dull and unchuncod. Molas
scs fair, formentlng 55c and fair; not for-
mentiug oic; prime 0,c. yhi,,y u"i
Indiana oic. Louisiana '.'2c; Cincinnati
97o. CofTeo lfta20c. Hterllnif 2U sichl
par. Gold 11'. Cotton quiet; sates
00; good ordinary and low middllne
I8!c; middling lSJc; middling Orlians
l'jlc; reccspta 7.310; exuhrts Amsterdam
OO'J; Liverpool 2,288; stock 177,480.
RIVER NEWS.
AHHIVKII.
Reamer Arkansas lielle, EraasvlIU
.. i.ii.-n.t ti... ti.
" City of llolena, VlcVsburg
11 Emma C. Elliott, Memphis
" John F. Toll, St. Louis
11 Thompson Dean, Cincinnati
" Hello Memphis, Memphis
" Illinois, Columbus
lir.PARTin.
Steamer Atlantic, New Orleans
Idluwild, Kvansville
" Arkansas Ilclle, Eransville
" City of Helena. St. Loui
" Emma C. Elliott "
" John F. Tolle, Now Orleans
" Thompson Dean, "
" Hello Memphis, St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Harry Johnson, New Orleans
Jlin MUDDY COAL.
.Steamboat supplied at anv time, both day
md night w ith either .Lump or Chestnut
Coal, in any quuulitv uu I on usual term
at the yard nt (Irand Tower, Illinois, repe
al contract offered on faorable terms,
upon application.
II. V. Olyi hant, (Jen. Sunt.
It.O.lloKF.K, Hales Ageut.
cosntTiox or the kivek.
The riso In tho Ohio continues at a
rapid rate. During the past twelvo days
thu rise has been 24 feol. Tbo Mississippi
and its tributaries arc swelling, and there
is now n fair stage of water to St. Louis.
Tho fears of an ovorllow in the Cumber
land hnvo abatod, nnd the riso has about
had its run. Special dispatchos to the
Uut.LKTi.v report the condition of tbo
rivers nt various placoi.
IIUMNEM AND VVKATIIER.
Ilusiness among tho shipping continues
brisk. There has boon a vast amount of
freight shipped from here this week, and
there is still plenty more on hand and the
supply seems to bo inexhaustible,
Tho weather continues clear, and yes
terday it was d little cool with the wind
from tho north.
Home AdrertiiemenU.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wklestl sus4 tall ttra,
Ha on hand at all times Vegetable, Fruit
uutter ana cess, Lard,
Honkt, TaoriCAL Fbuitis, Ktc, Xtc
K7AI1 pood Warranted Freb. and sold
at small Protlt.
N. II. Parcel delivered to anv Dart sf the
city to Ciutomcn.
WI9T BtDR COMMSKCtlL AVB., BBTW1IK
lltll AND 18th BTBtKTH.
2-20-tf
CHKAP UKOCERIK3
TH2 S7STXK.
OBOCIBtKS
XITAILtD AT WVOL1
raicia ron caih.
IALB
AT H, C. THIKLKCKK'fl STORK
WAIUIXOTOV ATIHCt, BITWIIV
AND ILIV1NTH ITRBITf.
TBJfta
M Jbi. dry Cube. Surar for - -
91 u 11 11 11 . . .
Ot lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. T. Std.
4 Prime Klo Coffee for
9 " Choice " "
3 " Old Government Java -
$S 9
I 00
1 0
1 00
1 00
1 OC
Teu and other staple and faney Groce
ries equally u cheap.
Goods new and fall weight gives. Cell
and try.
IIKNJiV IIASKNJAGER,
RETAIL QROOER
And Dealer In
VBGBTABLKS. FBOIT8, EGGS,
LAUD, jKKKSH BUTTER, LIVE
AND DKKS8KD POULTRY,
FItESII HALTED AhD
SMOKED FIUH, ETO.
A 1. 1. Goods AVariiantkd Fkbhh
Aad sold at tlie lowest prices forcavh.
Or Eighth street, between. Cemperclal
and Washington avenuea.
JOHN SHEKHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
VIIfiCKLLANKOL-1!.
The Thompuon Dean went down yester
day with all tho trcight she wanted, and
tho-beet trip of passcngors that has went
down tho river for a long time. She
found quito a number of passengers wait
ing lor her here. Every one of her state
rooms wero tilled.
Tho Arkansas Hollo brought in a good
trip for rcsbipment.
Tho City of Helena, Elliott and Hollo
Memphis passed up with light trips.
Ono hundred and tidy-eight persons
helped Pink Varbln bring the Thompson
Dean over tho fulls. Did they all have
their "papers ?''
Tho Atlantic left Tusdav svenintr for
Now Orleans towing our barges heavily 1 PROSPECTUS FOU 1S73. SIXTH
loaded.
Tho Idluwild wnt up with a light
load.
Six feet more water will submorge a
portion of Cincinnati. Cairo can stand
nil that will come down this rise and re
main dry ns a bone.
Tho llicbmond bad on board nearly all
her cargo last night, and will leave for
New Orleans this morning.
Tho Harry Johnson was to leave last
night for New Orleans. Sho was loaded
to tho guards,
Tho Andy Johnson will leave for St.
Louis sometime to-day.
Twenty-four bales of the hay damaged
on the Andy Johnson sold at auction yes
terday and brought twonty-ono dollars.
The balanco of the hay was so badly dam
aged that it wns unsaleablo and was
thrown overboard.
PHIL. JIOU'AKD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Clljr Nation! Bassk sstldlsssx.
avaJip'oial attention pant to orders trom iisam
hntt nUht orilav
WINM AND MUOURH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALS GROCERS,
clear Cjc; green hums O'o, Whiskey
87Je.
New Vor.K, Fob, 19. Flour in mod
oratu revuent; super western, $tl 10C 85;
common to good oxtru, $77 SO; good to
choice, $7 6op3 'Jfi; white, wusturn x,
$8 2510 &o. AVlilslty stoady, 011c.
Whout dull; no buyers und m-llur upurt;
winter red western, tiOCdSOc; unibur wet
orn, SI OOQ'J; white, SO 9ufTij2 25. llyo,
a00oc. quiet, llarloy stoady. Corn
steady, fair demand; mixed tiG(Cc, suit
ccK,','l'i yellow wusturn , OoJ.tltl, whito
CH. Outs quiet; shade easier; now wet
eru 'mixed, in store, (!yal; white do,
fH55. Cofloo stoady; rio, 17Jf;'i0c.
Sugar quiot, Molnssoii quioti N. O , 76c.
Pork quiet; mess, $14 87J; March. $1 1 00;
April, SU fi5(l4 70. Ueof dull; mess,
Of-flOSe; oxtra. I2f7?il3i. Cut moats Urm;
.ubiirililnr, CJc; 1. c. hums, 18 lb, uvoragn
u; niuuios quiot 1, 0., Tjo, 1. c, 7o. "J.ard
stoady; western, 8 6.IO8jo.; klttlo, tfja.
Nkw Oulkans, Fob. 17. Flour dull
and buyers holdlnx oil; xx $7 267 t0;
xxx 8 26(38 80; family $10ll. Corn
quiot; mixed J7c; white 00c. Oats quiot at
B5o. llran SI 40,v Hay dull and lower,
ptlme $30; choice 531. Pork soar-je; new
Onto LBVBB
VAIHU. ILLIIOII,
Also, keep coonUotlr an hand a most ooro
pUt atook ef
x,iQ."crox2,g:
SCOTCH AMD IEJBU WHISKIB .
-GIN B.-
l'ort, Maderia, Shorry and Catawba "Win
RUMVTtl A CO. sell exeluslvslj for eub.tn
, which fact thai InvlU tha spolal sliea
lion nf alaJar(aln burrs.
F. M. STOOKFLKT1I,
scocusoa si foBLi tsToearuta
Hc(irer nssd Wkstlesutle Bsesde tm
fosrclgm susel BossieeUa
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Omo Livbi,
OAIBO, ILLINOIS
SRkatpsoo hut eoasUsHl Nil eteeke
Old Kaaiuoky Iteurkes), Bre as4 Maeoale
WhlsktM, FrMohirtWiM, llkl an
. aaa4 OaliroialejWtaee
Aad Dealsr la
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. XOQS, LARD
KHKSH BUTTER, ETC.
3" All Goods warranted freafa, aad sold
tue lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. a&dCoBUssrclsiAve.
7-S8 tf.
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