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TllL'1 UAiUODAlM X?U JiljICTJIS', TUSIiDAY, DEMUEMBEU 30, 1873.
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IHcUl 1'nperof tlio City r.nil Osnotr-
OllN JI. OHKIM-Y. lWMor and VnUllihw
TE11M3 OK TIIK DAILY J'ULLUTIN
Jne wecfe, by carrier 9 85
)noyoarby carrier, Inadvineo 10 00
ne year by carrier If not yild In
rtdrance ,s w
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lUnft monin, uyiaan.s
? s'uree months 8 00
Kxmopi fi Sft
une year w
I TCRM9 OT MTBCKtr MlLt-STlX.
One Tear fl
Six Months "I
. Three Moulin M
( TnTnrUhlr tn mlvanpe.
trailing mntlrr on cirry iinso.
fl,Tii appointment of Caleb Cusliitig m
mlnittor to Spain n ono tit to bo mod.
( Tiik i?talo Tcoelmn IuitUuto mt in
liloomtngion yosicruay. seven nunurm
delegate! aro expected to bo presont.
Tiik Brotherhood of I,oeomotlvo Kn
emccn lias condemned tho strlko of the
engineers of tho leased line of tlio l'enn
a uv .named llazle, liviuc in Popo
County, shot nnd iiillil hi brother, two
weeks ngo. A powder born wm tbo
causo of tho dlfllculty.
Tun Pennsylvania constitutional con
vention adjourned flno dlo cn Saturday
night, after pissing a resolution requeu
ing tba governor to iisuo a proclamation
declaring tho constitution in f.irco after
the lit of January, 1671,
It it now said, that our s tuto depart
mont Trfts caught napping by tbo Spanish
government. Tho truth is, public sor.tl
mont compelled our govornmont torr.nlio
hn unjust demand, Mid wo must now got
ojt of tho dilemma in l ost we cm.'
Eleven ol the prisoners couflned in tbo
Pooriiv county jail, raado their esc.ipo on
Saturday evening through a liola picked
through tbo twonty-lncu wall Imtveon
them nnd liberty. Tho excape wns
planned by ono of ilia prisoners Known as
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Several Maryland men, who wanted
to rroit tho Potomac river near Alexan
dria, mistook Christmas for All J'ool'e
day and ollorcd tho Captain of tho ferry
bout Confedoralo money for their fare, and
bccauio ho couldn't too tbo juke, they at
tempted to tako postrsiion of tho lout.
The prisoners of tho steamer Virginius
arrived in Now York cn tho stoMiior .luril
hta on Sunday. Thoy tell a terriblo etory
of tho sufferings ondurod in the hands of
tho Spatiiards nnd tbo cruolties practiced
t juard tlsein. The "blaclcuolo of Calcut
ta 'and llio rebel prison at Andorionville
havo boen In this Instance eclipsed by tbo
Istbarians of Cuba.
Tiik 'St. Louis Deinocrot' entreats tho
lvltes of that city not to plaeo temptation
that Is. svino beforo their callers on
New Tear's day. The 'Democrat's' tom
peranco lo.turo is very good, very woll
tlmed, nd doub;lsi very necessary.
AYt boliave Cairo Udies need no reminder
of this sort for Now Year's day. Though
pretty gonerally observed in Ibis city, our
ytuag men anil cU onts mako tbo lat
call at night with as clear beads and us
firm steps as when they start out in tho
Aujnmxa to tbo corrected rnturosul
tho 'National Crop Reporter,1 of tho U3vh
Init., tho avorago of winter whoal sown
tbo present season, compared with that of
last year, shows an Increaso in Illlnoi,
Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Indiana and Ten
nessoc, avtrr.ging eleven nnd one-half ror
cent. Also, that tho total numbor of hogs
fattened in tho States named, includlmr
AVisconsln and Iowa, Is eight and on-
tonth per cent, less for tl.o season of 187J
than that of 1872. Tho falling off in Il'.i
nois is five percent.
Axs ELtr.s. AVuhb Youso, tlia nine
teenth and last wlfo of St. llrii;ham, Is now
In St. Louis. Sba delivered n lecture
tlioro last night cn palygamy.an 1 will di-
liver another ono to-night on tho wrongs
of polygamy. Mrs. Young is dusciibod
by a ' iJomosrat' roporter as about thirty
years of ago, "dark brown hair; eyes that
have a look of franknesslcbout thorn-
color not noted; a small mouth; teat'
white and evon, forehead high, broad and
denoting intellect; a manner easy art i
unconstrained, tod volco strong, clear ssd
roolodious." Sbo v,as rasrrlod to Drigbam
wbon twenty-four years of ago.
MAIL QN THi: O., A. & T. It. J!.
Our good peoplo don't, It laeins to ut
In anywlso' apprccinto tbo Important' ot
the Cairo, Arkansas and Ttxus railroad.
They havo made noctijrtto obtain busi
ness from tho country penetrated by it,
and tbo abiecco cf wall sorvlcu on the
road has not beoa nollcod by them. The
paople along the road desire to trade wiih
our people, and they wish occasionally
to writu letters to our merchants. WiiJ
tbey cannot do so. Dcx'.cr, only
a few mlUs from Cairo, is " to
all intonls and purposes" it lunutatd
tnllos from Cairo. A letlor from London -i
will reach Cairo eooacr than n ltt. r
from Dexter. Cannot our Jlarl of
Trado do loiattblng in this matter? A
petition to tbo l'ost!iiHlr Uausral, and k
riquost of Senator Logan ui.d P.epresciit
atlvo Clcmeuts might iccuro mail lervice
on the Cilr Arkausas und Texas Jt-.il-read.
"Who will move in this matter f
THE NEW UHAU.
"Wehave hesitated to say It, but the uah
must bo told. Wobavehckitated bacausiKq
aduire Mr. Clements, but tho truth inu.t
be told because it ought to bo tinoitu ; it
ought to be known because tho truth is "a
good thing." It Is this; Tlioro has t un
another grub, and Mr. Clements praVt J
with tho other boys.
Tho peoplo have demand) tlo
repeal of tbo iniquitous law ly
which tho salary if a i.ipui'or
cf CoogrtM tnimi Ifosn 6,JW'io
jT.CflO, and tha ir,f8oft' Irani .32,065 to
$50,000 n A Will wis reporteu u
tlo Hotim In compliance with thii da
rniuid. It renulted tho back-grabbers to
dlgorte, fixed the salary of tho members
o( tha present Congress at $5,500, nnd ro-
duod the I'rwidenl's salary, lint Ilullur
engineered matlerj nnd got n substltulo
adop'.od, fixing tbo flary of members
from and after its p-jsssgi at JO.000. 1 Hvinj:
in their pockets tho tuoney thry have col
Uctod elneo llielr fdeetioii until tbls dat
and not reducing tbo Proildout'o or uny
other offler's salary to what it was beforo
tb enactment of tbo i;rftb.
' And Jtr, Cfemants votui fur this now
grab, nnd vuled o because Senator Logan,
whoso man ho l., ordared him to do so
TIIK 'SlTN ' AND ' VK VSS.'
,Todtetis any mljcct TflUi tlirt '.Mun'
would give us pleasure, but whon tha 'Su n'
bundles uipiestlon it duos th.it of tho
Cairo and S!. Luuis railroad It proves
itself to be either very stupid or very dis
honest, aDd tba discussion cf tho matter
with tuclinpnor ts out of tbo iptcstion.
JJy JmpllCBti.'n It chargus thr.t wo uro In
soma W.iy rospniisibio ror wio ueny
In completing tha xoad, If It in
tends tho puMio to beliovo this
wo nsk it to mako speciflj ctmrgo with
speolll'intluus. AV'o deny thnt wo hnvo in
any way caused daisy. Wo nsort that wo
have dona nil vn could do all any parjon
in our poii'.i n could lure dino to linitcn
tho completion of tho road AS'e deny
that wo bavo in r.ny way sacrificed tho In
terests of this people alnnj tha lino of tho
road. AVe nsnri that wis have done nil wo
possibly could have dono to proleot their
intorosts. Wo deny that ibj pres
ent unsatiifatory condition of tho
road is to our advntago in any way. AVo
aisjrt that It Is t' our Interest in ovory
way to bavo tho rond coiujileled without
do'ny. Wo aort farther that wo nccopt-
ol tho position of director upon tho iiuini-
natlon of tho city council, havo acrvoJ tbo
city faithfully without wagej, and at grout
inconvenleneo and (otno pecuniary ios'.
if tha 'Sun 1 kuowt any particular whero
in wb havo failed in cur duty
wo ask that paper to publish it to
tho psopla wo represent on tlm board of
directors. If it cannot point out our
shortcomings, it mint hjreaftor, whon It
ohargui by indirection that wo havo boen
unfaithful to our trust, stnnd convicted
of )irg by implication, a cowardly man
ner iu whlih to indulgo in lies tho man
ner of nineal; who would not hositulo to
steal in u sin nil way i.nd who has nil tho
malico of tho garoter who lie In wait for
hla vlcti-Ji und strikes in darkness.
Mr. Thomas AV. Duvies, of California,
ought to turn his attention to prospicting
for tho precious metals, us hu is better
than ii witch-ht.ol at finding treasure. In
October last, as ho wa going to hi homo
from San Diego, ho found on tho way the
tremure-box of Well, Knrgo & Co., which
hsd cither been lost lrom the .stagu or re
moved by robbers who mount to return
and onau it. Mr. Davits nlacod tho safe
in his ivsjon, carried it borne, und stood
r.unrd over It all nizht lor fear of thioves.
nnd th'l nest lsiy carriol it into
San Diego, whero bo" delivered it to tho
express nuetd, with n bill of flO for
fail mrvice. 'i bo bill was promptly lion
ored ; and subsequently Wells, Targo &
Co. Hnt to the rtmler n cotly gold watch
and chain. Tbo publication of thoo fact
has reminded tho Clovnland 'Herald' that
iu 1840 tho samu Mr. Davies, then a resi
dent of Ohio, wullo hn was out rhooiing,
found n wallet in which wns contained tins
venr'a taxs of Huron couuty, in bank
Lills, sbicn tbo treauircr had dropped
whllo on hU v,ty to deposit them nt tho
county sea. AYbtit amount of cash nnd
valuablo Mr. Davies found lying around
looso botween 1810 nnd his recent find in
California has novor lr.cn recorded.
cans cusniMi s aitoist
mrnt is ltr.cr.ivi:!).
wh.vt is i:xi'i:(rn:ii to i:i:siMr
VI1031 HIS Al'l'OlXTiir.NT.
tHMIANS F.XIT.CT UOTlltXU TUOM
UK A SI'S A DM I N 1ST K AT10S.
DHsTItUUrillN OF VAl.f aum:
WHOI.FSALi: JAIL Ur.LlVI.UY AT
io0 .ii:N, ivomi:.v
Ni:uno aiomsji in Mississippi.
TIIK STHIEING F.NGINL'I IIS SULI
ON THE KAMPAG12,
Vt amii.no ruN. Ddcember J. Mr,
Cuiliing s nppointmuut coriliuucs lu be the
duel iKinc oi ti,cuisi(in. ilia; gtnuo
nmn raid last night that tho pssiiion wi
tondorod him under such circumstances as
to forbid a declination, it is understood
that tbo Statu Department expect ns the
remit of Mr. lusuinu diniomatio in
bors on tho negotiations bstwaen the
United Stales and Spain, a now rulo of
public law defining filibustering. AUotho
adbdslun ot Spain lit'retol'oro refused, to
tue treaty of Parr. It ia nlso understood
that Spam will aicspt tho thruo rules
adopted by Great llriiuin and this country
as one of thu resuiituf ibe Alnbamn n-
gotlations. Of c urse tlm npnuitruciit, it
is felt, will (trLg.bai tttc Lasloiar '-uv
Tho Cubans and tbeir friwidi haro say
they no lunger cxMct nnylhing from this
ndimutttratii-u. Xliey oxpriss a deter
liiiunllon to light till the last-
It is very drxihtful If t!ta F.'lgar Htew
nr'l will ho allowed to leavt llaltim"ro
t n i.'i iT.iu.j-l.y n tlio (' iban tervu-e,
rid if t'.cru Le any law In lot pipers tlio
vcmnry no ne up lo tlio ssliarr,
AH ):i iiiom i i- rtrv r.is UESTimyeii.
Lsit winfr, General htm ks, from the
11 ,.J II.VJ U'l t, ,ak, -, f(I,
lias ocen oiuuiaisiu
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin.
luusit'vo report .n Indian Wius. It Is a
dooumont full of Tact's, niany of them
of n itartliin; charactiT and Involving
i latcii Miiubor if 'well-known persons.
Tins report was brought in about tto cloea
of tho session, and ordered printod. It
makes a bulky volume. Only llio number
usual for C.mgrce, i&OJ, wcro printad,
nnd but n ft w liavu been Jistribuled. It
nppenrs that tho wholo edition li disap
poured sttdon, it is suppessd, vA thijlnsii
gallon if parties InvolVnl by tba eipo
From New York.
Kfisv Yniiir, Dicomber 50. Ctntro
street wni crowdid to-day by idle and
curious pooplo wbo gatborod to witness
tho march to tho tombs polico court, from
police headquarters, or tho '-''0 mon nnd
women, boys und glrl, who wore arrested
last evening whllo dancin;; in tbo llniou
assoiiibly looms. As tbo prison puns of
tho court wero not Intended for so many
persons the Mngiitrato 'lit fur tbo War
den of the t.pmLs, mid on being Informed
by that cdlidal that Iu hal accommoJii
lions for tbo crowd nli wero sent to prison
ponding t!" investigation of their scvenil
Tnu trial of Maggin .lourdan for
aiding In tbo es'npa of Shirkoy, n cmi.
victsd iiiurdo.er, from tbo Tombs, was bo
gun to-day in llio csurt ol general ses
sions. The Navy JlopulinMit 'win visited this
morning by largo numbers of parsons
nnxious to'bourd tho Juniata and seo the
surviving prisoners of - tha Virginius.
Among tin) applicants v.uro numorous
Cubitns, but nil innjn tlm nttnnijit In vulo,
Ailmirnl Jlownu having issued orders that
nono except authored ( liloars shmtld
be pormlto.l oitlur to board
or leavt) llio ves'ol, 1'nusml strii'lnes.s
wa als cbservod In tho requirement of
psses to visit tho yard, ns no ono wns
permitted to approach tbo dotks with
out n piss from Captain Chnntllor.
Many (rsos wcro applied for nnd isuod,
as mast of tbo visitors when ilonlo.l per
mission to board tho Juniatn, wMied at
least to ico tho vessel. Twolvo of the
Virginius passengers woro so prostrated
bydlscruo, tha result of ill-ung", an to
req'iir Immcdlato romoval to tbo Ma
Tbaddeus W. .Meli'hnm. n svcll known
Journalist, tiled yesterday, leaving a wife
and elgbt children. Ho was for 6(.veral
years connected Willi mo r.vuning r.x
press, besides his connection with journal,
ism in Michigan- Ho had acquirod con
sldor.tblo reputation ns n play writer.
htw York, Dccembar 29. .'ohn 1-.
l'uttarson, of tbli city, has rent n letter to
Soarotnrv Fish, dated tho 26th, stating
that bo is tho registered owner of lliu
steamer A'lrginius. He protests ngainst
the opinion of tbo Attorney Onor.il by
which ho and bis vessel wero condemned
ou ox parlo testimony furnlBhod by Spain;
ctntoe that tho Solicitor of tlm Treasury
gavo him n bill of Fiilo of tho steamer;
thoretipyn ho, Patterson, truli sworo I o
was tha owner, nnd the (lovernment gavo
him nn American register, which has over
sinco protectcil him. Any statement
charging perjury on hla part is fnlss. Ho
has hitherto keptfilnnco by tho ndvico of
counsel, and becnuso he has not been no
tified or called upon -by tho Government
to testify or doftml himself in relation
to tho matter. Ho requests that a copy
of tho ovldunoo upon which tho Virgin
ius and bo woro condomned by the At
torney General ba sent to lilm, nnd Hint
ho bts notified of tho timo nnd placo for
the examination of any otbor witnesses.
A copy of tho latter has also boon sent to
tho Attornoy Uenornl.
John 1J. Owens, comedian, Is rscovor
ing. From Mcmplilf.
.NCOIIO bllOT AND K1LLKII nV A SIAUillAL
Mi:rm.s. JUoccmbor L'O.Tlio Appeal
has tbo following dispnteh fiom Sirdis,
Missisiippl: At l'ago's ttatlon, on Clirist-
mas tiny, Marshal uracey, in nitempiiug
to nrruil a drunkon negro, was resisted by j
negro trying to stnu mm Willi n oowio-
knifa. CSracey gavo way, finally, und
killed tho negro, nftcr bnving his
clothes liddleti. Tbo negroes then
threatened to burn tho town. Atnlato
hour Inst night tha whites wont down
ihero lrom Uourtltnd prepared. Men
wero ro.idy ut (Sronadti and at Sardis to
go nt ti-u minutes nolicu to us ro-nii.
Trains wero ready to dispatch them, but
no ntlaort was mada. inn ncgroos uro
boating drums and fifes half n mile from
town. Uracey was tried nnd acquitted by
Jiidi'O Azzaunc, and tlio sbenll of thu
county want down to ltopos to-day.
From l'i(irl:i, III.
I'koris,. December 'J'.t. Twolvo prison
ers broko jtil last nlgbt, e'scaiing through
a nolo wn'.i.h two oi mem nau uriucu
through the wall of tho bath-room, to
which tuoy obtained access by n stelelon
koy. Ouu of them afterwards returned
nnil lurrondorcd himself. Tbo others
havn not been heard from.
Tho lnombcrs of tha Kellogg Opera
Troupu liavu sent about i-1,-100 lo the
wiuow ol Joseph .inner, who wns niiiua
while traveling on thu train to l'eoria last
Saturday. Mrs. Miller win found desti
tute when tbo gift was tout her, being sick
Kin! having no money in tho uouta.
I.M-lANAiMi.is, UeceuiUiir '."J Tho en
gineers' strike continues without much
change, Humors are current of a general
ttuktonnll roads, but cannot bo tmcod
to any reliable authority. Last nlgbt n
patty entered tho .1. M & I railroad round
houfe, nnd alter threatening the watch
man, broke tlio guagns ot nil ilia engines in
tha house and then left. Two of tho en
gines worn repaired htid ready for service
this morning. A UrgJ crowd gathered in
tlio Panhandle Trd yesterday, but the
shops wero closed and a gimd armed with
Spencer rifles was placed In tho yard.
Hush, who shot engineor A'nnce night be
foro lust, waived nn examination this
morning, and was commuted to Jail In do
fault of 10,000 ball.
lltMAN.U'ol.ts, lud.. Daccmbor 0.
There is but liltlo chnngo in railroad
mnttcrs to-.iny, on llio Columbus division
of tho P. C. and St. Louis railroad, ono
trnlii each way passed over the rond. Tbo
J.M. and 1. road sent out ono freight
train of 2lci.ra and ono ptssunger train.
Tbo Indianapolis and Yinconncs rond hnvo
been more fortunt.to than cither of tho
other rondr, nil of their dy turns nro
running rtgulnr. Tho night trains on nil
tho striking toads havo been tnmporaly
nbandoned. At llio request of lion. Mc
Caul'v, In coiuiiiaud of tbo militin nt
Lsgunsporl, twenty pollcomcn wtro sent
tliero bv tho ' government to-night. Tho
rumor Is current this'" morning of a gen
rrnl strike on nil tho roads. It is not be.
litvi'd in railroad circles
. . .
CiiK'Auo, December 20. Tbo mniborv
of tho Hroihoihoud of JInglnoorj iu this"
city hnvo passed a resolution that they
nro ntt disposed to submit lo .ny rcduc
tloi of tho rsto of wnges they woro ru
colving prior to Duocmbor 1st, as that
rato wit low enough, although it gavo
gonoral satisfaction; nlso, tenduriog their
sympathy and promising thoir support to
ml engineer.- now opposing, or who may
boreafmr oppose, any reduction of their
wn-es, Tin so rcoltitlnns nro published
and signed by committees from tba 1111.
nc Is Central, Clllcni-o A; Alton, Ko?k
Island tfc Chicago, lliirllngton, A andalia
r.nd (iuincy, Mlchin Souttarn and
Michigan Cantr.nl Hallrowls.
j oi tue noes wen oi mis point statfs, mat
II iTo.v, Dcembor;!0. It Is said thu
book taken Iiilo cbnrgo'comprlisu thoso only
which pertalntd to tho forolgu business'of
Jordsii .Marsh At Co., nod that froo accasi
Is to bo allowed to them, at nil proper
lime. Nolhlug lias boen taken that
might i tnbaraiB transaction of tho regular
business. The work of examining tho
accounts of-tho firm wns commenced this
n. in., nnd will bo prosacutod with all
possibla dispatch, tbo examiners aro com
paring the ontrici of Invoices with those
on llio at tho custom-house. Tlioro are
ono thousand or more papers, to examine.
, CisriNSATi, December 29. No now
dovetopmonts in the railroad strike to
day. ' All passenger trnlns on tho 1. O. &
St. Louis road went out to-day, except tho
accotLtnodntlon and tho New York flight
express lo-nlght. All oiticors capablo of
running locomotive) nro doing so. It is
hoped trnlns will movo regulnrly to-morrow.
Hotels nnd other business feel tho
eil'ect of tho Interruption of railroad com
From Now Orlcmin.
Ninv Oni.KANs, December 20. Tho
Wlndom Coinmltteo hava gono down tbo
river to the proposed sluht of Fort St.
Phillips cnnal, and will ' return hero to
morrow, liesldenci's Nos. DSlto bio, on Annun
ciation street were but nod. Loss,
ooo. 1 ,
A building, No 9 I'.nuipnrl street, was
burned. Lo., 15,000.
La Hols stable, ut C'arrollon, with 25
cows, was burned. (5,000.
I'ho steamer City of Galveston, bound
for Now York, ran into n cotton laden
vesrol on South l'ns bar, damaging tha
upper works ot the ship. Tbo steamer
pn encded to ecu.
Omaha, Daccmbor 20. Ucacon Hollln
Smith, un old nnd highly respected citizen
lormorlv of Detroit, Michigan, ulna sud
denly of nppoplexy nt ono o'clock to-day.
a sitieiiirr i.vnicrnD roit jruiitizr.
Shorlir Kills of Choyonno county, has
been Indlctod for murder.
A car load of wild nnlmals from tho
Kocky mountains for tho Zoological gar
dons of Philadelphia, arrived here Satur
day nnd woro forwarded thenco to-day by
Gen Urlsbln. i
From K'nntas Cily, Mo.
Kaksas Citv, Decombor 'JO. Thu bos
coopers of Ibis city mado n reduction of
wages to-day of fifteen conls, in conso
(lucncn of which thu coopors, sovoral hun
dred In number, nro on n strike. Tbo
prico proposed was fifty conts por barrel.
United States Marshal. C. 11. Clark,
passed throueh this city to-day with, two
Pueblo Indians, convicted of robbing tho
United States mail and sentenced to pun
ixhmcnt in tho statu penitentiary.
Milwaukee, December 110. Tho an
nual statistics of tho city tf Mllwnukoo
show considerable Increaso in her popula
lion, which is estimated at 101,000. Tho
improvements in tho way of building foot
up 53,500,000; ot manufacture, $27,003,-
000. Los by fire, 5300,000 Number of
deaths L',001). Arrests, 18,000.
From l.lllle Uuck. -
Lini.i: ltot'K, December 20. An un
known man wns found dead in a freight
car on tlm Nortliorn bound train of tho
Cairo & Fulton lUllrond, Siturdiy. An
empty laudanum bottle was found on his
Mr.Mfiit!', Docomher l!9. Cotton
strong for good urdinarlv. Flour, do
mnnd nctivu aud advanced ; C OOp.'J 10,
Corn mual, 3 25. Corn dull and drooping,
tiBiJo. Unte dull nnd drooping, OIQ$Jo
liny, heavy; westarn l.'((j)J2. Ilrnn, Hrm
Hulk meals in fair demand und udvanccd
shoulders l'35Cl-'i olear rib "Jc; clear 7Jc,
rori;, nono here, i.urd, yajiuo.
Nr.w Unr.KANS, Decombor 2d. Flour
Arm; XXX 0 507 50; family 7 75
0 00. Corn qulut; whllo mixed C'Jc; wtiitB
nnil yellow 7uo. Uats prrnor Oiffi,i)ic,
Hrnn firm b7(00c. Hay quiet, prltuo
yo, i'orK dull and held at 10 'JO. Dry
salt mats, fair supply and demand, shoul
tiers OJgjOJp; clear rib Bo; clonr fjc,
Ilncon, only job domsnd' W3j9iO0l03c:
hams, old: dull nt 0n; noyr 13a. Lard
scarco. tierca BlfTTtSin: kog OlSOlc Sugar
dull, inferior -1(4 Jc; common 60c; fair
to fully fnir prima to choice 8
aje. MoIhssbj nctivo anil nrmor, country
3055c; flr C0C2c; prima to cholco CO
CnOac. AViilskoy Arm; no Cincinnati
bore; Louisiana 0703c. Cotl'co ill JJ7c,
Com meal dull ut ;i
OntCAUo, D-coraber 30 Flour dull nnd
uncliiinged. N lioat advanced and in ac
tivn demand; No 1 spring 1 17; No
1 15. cash; 1 101, January ; No3 1 101
Corn nctivo nnil Hitvanceu; rso i mixed
533,onrpot; 5!1J, January. Oats in fair
demand and advanced; No 2 36 J, on spot
or January; 30J, lobruary Kyo quiet
rio l llKfi ih. llarloy dull and nominal
No 2 fall 1 38; No 3 1 101 13. Provls
ions advanced nnd in net've demand
Poik It 25, on spot; M 75, February
J.ard Hdvancod and In aotlvo domand :
on snot: S.'.Ianaarv.s.. Hulk moats active
and advanced; shoulders 5 loose. 0
paclccd; olesr rtli 7, pacucd 71. Ureon
mantstlrm; shoulders 5; clear rib 63
bams 9 for lClb averago. AYhlsky firm
Nkw A'oiik, Deccmbor 30. Flour firm
with fair inquiry; suporllno o ooo oo
cmi. mon to good G 4G(U 85; good to
choice G Q07 -10; white wheat oxtra 7 40
(Ti) 8 00. Whisky mora active and firm at
97101,974. AVheat in fair demand and
higher; No 3 Chicago spring 1 53l 56
Iowa spring 1 MfciU OS ; WolChlcag
1 57ti 1 t3, Hyo moro active at 1 00,
llirloy uuehaneed. Corn a shado firmer
aud less nctivo; vestorn mixed afloat 85
in storr 83JQ81; new western mixod
afloat 79i;SU, Oats moro activo and
firmer; westoru'inliod 51)59. Co(Teo quiet
Suirnr firm and nuiitt. Pork Hrm; new
mess 15 25; extra primolOOO; prime
mess 14 00. Heof and cm meats un
changed; middles firmor; long (dear "1
i il-icj short clear o; long nnd mon
eloar,' Dccciubor, 73; February 8. Lard
firmer; 'western ,toam 8!B 13-1G; Do
comber and January a J-1M
St. Loui-s, Docomber 29. Flour qulot
nnd unchangeil. Wheat, spring, steady;
1 2C1 '.'IJ; fall firm, No 3 rod 1 38l
10; No 2 1 0101 05. Corn slow, new
mixed (Hu; old uic. Uats li hollar do
mand at.d higher; No 2 mixed 4l42c
Hurley dull, lew buyers out. Hvo firm;
No 'J Slf.oa'.'o. Pork firm; 14 5015
Greon meat firm; shoulders 55ga; clear
rib 0j :; clunr 7c; hams 8c. Dry salt meat
strong; loose suouidors 5ic; clear rib 7i
elf ur i Jo; puckod lots jo higher. Hacon
firm; shouldors scarce nnd worth 7o
psuked clear fib Sic; clear 81c Lard
Hrm; prima sleam 7c. Whisky
steady, 9:,c. -Hogs stiiTand higher, 4 70
o iu, ouik raies 4 yu(r5 iu. itoccipts for
13 hours 0,500. Oaltla in good domand,
butcfierlngs mostly for low grades; good
to choice uutivo 1 1!55 50; Tsinn and
Indian ZQZ 50, 2 droves 1 503 00.
I'lTTSlil'HO, Dec. .SO. Kivcr flva Icot
nnd falling tbls ovsning.
VldCnncno. Doc. 20. Arrived - Jol n
II Mnmlo, YazAti. Li Iinso, Veathor
cool. Klver rising.
New Uhlgansi. Deccrnbor 20. Ar
rived Indiana, Pertonaaud bnrires. Cin
cinnati; II. C, Yoiger, John A. Scuddor,
St. Louis. Dansrted Kntle. White
Klvcr.. Wcnthcr clonr nnd plensant.
Cinciknati, Dccomber 20. lllvor 15
ot G Inclios and declinlni; Arrived
Louisville, New Orleans: Wild Dunk,
rittiburei 11 It Hudson. Wbcolloit. Dc
parted AVIld Duck, St. Louis, Weather
clear and cold.
ST. Louis. December 20. Arrived
lIcnrvAino, New Orleans; Hon Accord,
ToncesiOJ river; Anderson, Cairo; Laura
Davil, Cincinnati. Departed City ot
Chosler, Memphis. Tho river Is falling
and n good deal of Ice running. Weather
cloudy nnd cold.
Mkmhiis, Docomber 20. Tho river is
declining steadily; weather clear nnd
oionsani. Arrived ureal ucpumic, ise
Orleans; Andy Brown, Cincinnati. De
parted Church, Knto JCinnov, Itobort
Mitchell, Now Orleans; liollo'Memt.bls.
St. Louis; .Too Kennoy, Vlcksburg,
LoumviLLK. December 20. Tho river
is still fulling slowly. At G p.m. Ultra
worn 7 foot a Inches In canal, b icot a
Inches In chuto. Arrived Charraor,
Kvansvllle; .1 1) Parker, Mary Houston,
New Orloans, Dorartcd Charmer, Cin
cinnati; J D Parker, Cincinnati. Tbo
weather. Is cold ami clear.
Nasuvu.lv:, December 29. lllvor still
falling, with seven feet on the shoals At.
rivoa Ada llulman, i'auurah; llrans
ford, Upper Cumberland; .1. N. Phillips,
Pittsburg; Sam Itoborts, Kanawha City.
Depsrlod Ada Hulmnn, Padiicnh; Sam
Roborts, Smlthland; J. N. Phlllirr.
Smlthland. Wcathor clear and cool.
Evakbvii.ik, Deccmbor CO. AYenther
cloudy and cold. Mercury 31 to .10. ltlver
has rallon two tost. Port list Down
Phfcriix, midnight; Hen Franklin, 8 a.m ;
Fayette, 11; Pnragon, '2 pro; Mary
Ament,3; Nick Longworth 7:30. Up
Arkansas Hollo, 1 a.m., Geo Itobort and
Florence Lea 9; Morning Star, 10; Lylo,
p.m.; Howling Green to Howling Groen,
a.m., with .moierato trip. Duslnoss duP.
33. F. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T. Osrould.i
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Gas ask Steam Pipe 1'ittino.s.
JI,tlllE A ..'! ANC1I.C Vil.VI-1,
I.KAD PIPE AND PUMPS
t3T"l)riv wells nut down In auy part ol
the city or surrounding coiintrv.
IH'2 COMMEIiniAL AVRNMTTt.
JUL U L T Z
ii i: in si i j.i, uviyu .irvn i:. i .vino
Ills oQlcc and dispensary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STRUCT,
Hot. Commercial and Washington avenuca
It In true, tho doctor i one of the oldest
pliyplclalis of tho place, and his diploma,
that hangii in bin olllce. shown that he hat
ueen ;i-ycari in mc proicfMon. lie 1 doing
a larger ofilce nracllce than anv other nlir-
slciun, treating all kinds ol chronic diseases
oi me milium nvmcm. nucli a old tilcer. and
all dl'eaic of Hie xkln, humorx and blood
polionn; also Ilhca' of tbo throat; alto
all dlnease.H ol tho eyes of year itanillng
nl.xo artificial even inserted: fistula curci
wiinoiitinn ue oi a kiuio: canccrt cured
by the application of medlc.lnci; pimples on
tha face removed: all urinurv diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal and private
alteasm cured In tho hor teat time; Minla
weakness and self-abuse cured In a thor
It Is cell-evident that a physician trratln
caos for twenty-two yearn acqatros gieat
All rotuultatlons confidentlcal, lu nenon
or by latti-a.
All modlt'lnefi furnished at omen In all
cased. fl-U3tf.l Hit. Davlli lltll.TZ,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BBTYruaX VTABIl'lt AVKKUll AISP Vf AX.KTJ1
Dr. II. Y, riclds Informt tat pnblta that h h
cn tht northwest sule of Tsntli street as uiuu
tilt UUtl5 Will It) fUia!lt'l With B930 but m
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
aid tho nubile mar be accommodated at at
urs of tho day and night with safe teams
on ins iowosi lermn.
Dr. Fields units a tharo of public patronise
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dentin?
anil rt not auonuon tn nut) nets.
(Successor to II. Thlelocbc.)
Ilcnli.r In All KIhi:
IKTt 'KnN TKNTTl AND ULSlVUitTlt HTRKCT8
HavliiL' nurrhaseil tho rrroecry os-tabllali-
SlCllvtll II. I lliumuitu, t niiitu nitinjo nvi,i
an hand a full and fresh supply of all tho best
roods in my line, in no lounii in mo inurKei
tlr hi ilpt attention to business, and (air deal-
lii(r, I hopo not only to retain all tho custom
tho placo Iiiih enjoyed In thopatt, but to odd
o tlio list many new puirous. .-vthin
'.ilrulinre of nubile patronase,
Hcpectfully, HiuiauN SciiMi'.TiflTonrr
7-m tf .
0AHU) AND rADUGAU
Tht splenJId steinnr
Dick Fowlkb, Captain
I.eavoa Cairo DA117Y, (Sunday oscxptod) at
' p.ra Tor ItelKht or pawage apply on boat
jr to MALLOllY, Ajj't.
.1. til lil.t R's
Tho Placo To Buy
At his NEW STOKE on
Commercial avenuo, Uurgcr Is
now receiving daily the lar
gest, best selected and cheap
est stock of drv goods over
beforo brought lo Cairo. A
ine of dress goods which hare
never been surpassed in this
market, either for beauty or
variety. A full stock of boots
tnd shoes; domestics of all
.finds : a beautiful stock of
urs, mull.; and boas, mulls
and collars, and children's furs
at a mere sontr: knit woollen
oods, children's Hacks, etc.,
ilmost given away ; a baud-
some assortment of gloves and
a charming selection of ladic.V
neckties, ntfl's, etc., etc. Gen
tlemen's furnishing goods,
overcoats, suits, underwear,
lats, caps, gloves ; counter
lanes, comforts and quilts,
able linens, red and whito;
water proof cloth in all the
new snaucs and a mil and
4 all 1
complete slock of notions.
11 these goods wero bought
at panic prices, and will bo
sold at astonish intrlv low fifr-
ure3, as Burger is determined
not to be undersold. 011 nnd
examine his goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. His atoro
room contains every article in
the dry goods line that any
buyer can possibly want, and
the prices aro so low that no
one will havo tho conscionce
to ask a reduction on any
ENTERPRISE SA VIIN'GB
die !. Mat els lit 1M.
OITY NATIONAL BANK,
A. II. BAKKOltD. l'retldent;
S. H. TAYLOU. Vice-President:
II. HYHLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
X. Iltftl.tl. Olll. (J.L1UU1
P. it. ItTOCkiLMit 1'aci.U. Benin.
11. H. C;KiJtinin, U. V, lUu-lDil
J. U. I'uiiurs.
Ulat(j ol Mtijr AmoHUStlwoclTedlrsra
Ten Uats Upwards.
TMTr.RK.8T pn i ou Ocpoillt at tht ralu ol all
j. perotn.. per anacra. aiarna ill asa ntpieni
ber In. lutero.t not withdrawals addadlnm
dliUlj tolhs priDCiral of 111 deposlu, tharLy
UAan:ait wouch ahs cnn.uart hat
SO TMit BO Oil IUI III IUI IT,
Uptn HT-rf hu;r.. dor from a.m. to S p-m
and Balurdsr jr.ce lor tUVINU UEP041TL
cnlj, from e to s o eloox.
miuir tv 11 ini.tii . ArrKiurvr.
THK CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IUI.UIUT. 1'iwlilents
IIEUKT Ii. 1UILIDA.7, Visfl'riiMrri
4, H.UAFl'ORI), Guhlcri
CAI.Tf.r. HYUI.O!', lul.'.U Cb.t Ur-
tiTASTs 'i'tiLor., Kuatar II. OcvnMaitt
IIlUBT L. HiU-lPlT, vi. V. iULLIOH,
Uio. I). WlixuaM, liraruaa lliau
A. 1). U.iioD.
Uxrbkocft, Coin nnil United Blsilra
BOHda BoOtfhS ruiit Sold.
DRPO'HTH rixielied, and
a tnaral tuakt-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. AV. Millkb, rrosldent.
J. SI. I'm urs, Vleo-l'renldont.
CllAH. CUHMIKOnAM, CaiUltr,
aCltiLISCITlOKB 1'KOMPTLY MAI) It
IpXOIIAM'i'C, coin, bnnV nctus and UaUo
!i Utatk3seorlt'e4boiipritand nctd.
lutvreal Allonu off Time isoiioaiia
E. ,7. AYKRS
AYEIIS 4 CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 LavBOuioUmOjlM.
TOYS .VM COUFKCTIOSH.
he Toy King, harinir lately
received one of the largwt aid
SICKS of TOYS
ever brought to this city, will
sell them at greatly
In fact, soil thm at
FIFTY PER CENT
Than LAST 7X 21
He alao hat a
French and Americtn
which will be sold at tho
est possible prico.
will do well tc call and inspecJ
uia stock of