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On Sunday lait eomiuencod tlio "week
Jf prayer" In tbo churches.
itanJi a cbVnce for tlio Maryland" Suitilor-
tip. . , , ,
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Tin Ohio Ltgielaturo mot yestorday.
On the twelfth Oov. Allen will bo Inau
gurate!. Tni Kentucky Loglilaturo has voted t0
leave to quettlon of a constitutional con
vention with tba poople.
Tut holiday reoete oftlio National
Congress ii ended, and yesterday both
Uouiei returned business.
Tiik Senatorial contott in Virginia Is
bttween Col. "Withers, now Lieutenant
tba Statu; ,'and o.x-Senator
J'lvr. kuadridl families in tho north;
weitcrn part of, Iowa are lufl'eriug for the
actual necessities of iifo. Tho charitable,
who with to extend aid, may report to
Mr. J. D. "Whitman, Doi Moines. .
Tni Illinois Legislature maots today
in adjourned session. Contrary to oxpec
tation, it is now believed tho session will
be a long one, and It is certain much in.
toresting and Important btisinoss will co mo
Dn. F. It. Waoco.vek, formnrly of
Mound City, whoro ho provided over the
editorial col umns of the 'Patriot is an
Bounced by tho Carbondalo 'Observer' ris
tbo "law and ordor" candidato for mayor
of that town, to fill the unexpirod term of
Mr. A. J". Hackus, doceasod. Tho oloction
takes placo one week Irom to-morrow by
order of tho city council.
According to Brother Luce, of1 the
Carbondalo 'Obsorvor,' Jackson county
paid over a thouiaud dollars to a Chicago
printing houso last year for' blanks, etc,
while the same work, dono in tbo satno
style, might havo boon procured in tho
county for oxactly half the money. This
may V true, but tho 'Obsorvor' shouldn't
complakai k Xh at way- of economizing in
public printing is not confined to Jackson
YTk have received tho 'Tazewell Coun
ty Republican,' published by D. "NV.
Luik, formerly of tho Sbuwnoctown
'Mercury,' and wolcotno it to onr o.-
chango tahlo. Liko tho 'Mercury,' tho
'Republican' is a good sows and family
paper, and, .save its Radicalism, is unex
ceptionable. But we have hopos that this
new journalistic child of our friend Lusk
will eventually tako its place auiohg the
ranks of the urangors and tbon its only
fault will-b wiped out.
The friends of 'Williams show return
ing confidence la his confirmation, in
spite of the laundelot find othor unox-
plained matter. Betido the sixteen
hunarad dollar for tbo carringo, add!
tlonal researches into Treasury Depart
ment affair how that sevon bundrod and
fifty dollar -were laid out for a pair of
gray Horses to draw it, and a five hundred
dollar. tabid, not used by tho Department
or Justice, but charted to it, is supposed
to hayis sA'rvtd, tho uses of Mrs. "Wil
liams. "Williams' adherents appear to
believo these things have rathor helped
than hindered his chance for the nomin
tlon, and aow;claira that Conkllng, Mor
ton and'st&rmait will favor it.
Tho backbone of JZadJcalisn It rapidly
growing weak ;i Kansas. In tho fall or
Caldwell tMl Pomeroy, it received a
blow frorn-iilblcEi It will never recovor.
Ills now infce last stage of docay, while
reform and 'iatl-monopoly are gaining
strength evof j day. Oranges are being
formed in all parts of tho state, and ono
of the flfk efforla of the rorormors will be
to fill tho pbceln tho United States Son- I
ate so long difgraced.by Oaldwoll by a fit
ting representative of, tho reform senti
ment of. tha stato. At the opening of tho
legislature, anti-monopoly delegates will
be lent from every district in tho state to
add to the length of tho independents
amongihe pepple'i .representatives.
TuB'itrlke'of the locomotive cnginoors,
which Lai now collapsed and i nearly
ended, baa drawn attention to tho com
paratlveljr low rate of wage paid
to these, Jht roost indiiponsaUo
and responsible offioer of all rail
road (Talni. Eight hundred dollars li
considered by railroad tnanagir a fair
recompewe fpr tbo labor .of on engiueor,
labor which requires knowledge, skill, ex
perience and coutege to ensure its faithful
performance. That the engineers aro. a
t try important part of tbo ofllclal machin
ery of pur rajlroads Is shown by tho dis
astrous effects which their Uto.eveu short
lived strlkb'bis bad upon tbo business
interests of several of our large cities.
Instead of a reduction of ten per cent. olT
their wageSjrailroad managers should ac
cede to their juit demands, and when it is
necesiary.y) oeonoraiie, aavo In something
else than ontVqJaalarjoj of th.ejr hard
Tux propped, flfcjajne, many tracked,
tei;rail railroad fam Chicago to New
York, it I cMjti,' 'will-lf Congross
grants tbe cbariadticotha number of
miles between OMiifO and Kw York to
lars, and the capital stoclc no liytMUc.
grant n chMlor, toromitio duties onStei
rails, ntidllvo ltIho power tor condemn
land-aodin rolnrn.'oftors't.i curry'ths
malls at tho government prl e, nnd In M1
government business to submit itself
t) tbo management of C'ongrws.
Tbo lino of tbo rjad u locntoJ m fol
low I-'joiu CbicauJ to south of tbo'
Michigan Houltn'rn, loaving f'oiith Bond
aU'iit ten mllevtoUie north. Than, pro.-
In n .ff.lr.lil lini without tbo
least roforenco to settlement or ovun towns,
of conildorablo population, it will cruss
tlio track" of ThT.Wapsh iui3Vs'o8terii Rt
or nesr Napolsonhio. Fronr thrnco
straight to Akron, Ohb ntut cross the
I'ctin'Vlvanla llrid at or'ncnr Yuungstown-
Than straight on to VJlliaiiiiWtr,MVn;i;
sylvanl&and in ililFrsTrt n Ijmi as, pbU!
bio to Now York. Un sudi n track as it
propoloi to lay, tlio company promises to
make tie trip, from Chicugo lu New York
inlltvculysfuttr J,liouTi,Tntiil! atfJmosl
twdnty-oigbt hours, whoro now thirty
eight aro required. The bill ntkitig'Curi
grcss to grant tho clmrtor has passnd its
second reading, and is now in tho hands
of tlio committed on rallwnys and canals
. ' '
AN1 THAT'S TIIK WAY TIIK
A snocial corrctpondent of tlio Now
'ork, 'Tribune,' writipir froux,YVushlnr-
Ho, gives vouiii uAnuijJius ui uiu uxiruvn
(Tint' cxnendittircs .of theLuontini!orit
fund. Tba horse und carringo account of
tho Stato Jjppartmont tor tlio yoir la,2
amountod to $1,613.08, while that of tho
Treasury Dflpartment for thu eamo yoar
reached the sum of S7,0C8. In tho btati
Doparlmont hirncis itnd repair, .of
the lamo cost W.Wo; in? Slho
Treasurv Department $1,1 HO, In rtho
State Department Die shooinj fof
'korincost $1,100 CO; in tho.Tr'cosu'ryJDe
partment ?331. In, tho Stato Depart
mont feed, hay, strw, iVa, cof t S5'24 12 j
in tho Treasury Department $il,3'J7. In
'thb Stato Ddpartmont llioro whs paid for
carriages nnd ropalr S308 t!0 ; in tho
Treasury Department $3,870. In tho
Stato Doparlmont more was paid lor
horsos $C00; In tho Treasury Department
$250. Hut of all tho recent exposures of
tho way in which Iho Troasury Depart
ment contingent fund Is -pcn, that
in regard to tho 43,000 stroot or
tlckots used in a single year has causci!
tho grnateit stir, and Ibu hoada of othar
departments aro looking over their ac
counts to soj how many stroot car tlckots
Iholr subordinates are using in n yoar.
In the State Department during tho eamo
year that tho troasury pooplo woro uslni
43,000, only C.80S woro charged for. Tho
Stato jjopartmoni is buuhicu almost in
tho suburbs of tho city, and would natur
ally havo to uso many tickets. Tho dif
ferent bureaus of tho Troasury Depart
ment aro looking ovor thnir accounts to
find what proportion of tho 43,000
tlckots each used, and It hai boon found
that they were not by any moans evouly
Till". 1IMTKI) STATES CU.NCKKSS
31CETIX(I OP VAKIOUS b'J'ATE
FUXEKAli OF THE LATE (JEN. II, J.
liltL'TAL CONDUCT Ol' A KEXTl'CKY
"Wasiunotom, January 0. Tho llouso
commlltuo on uppronriatlons to-day tlnul
ly disposed of tho nrmy appropriation
bill, and raducod tho rorlied eitlmutei
VHKSIIIEMT OKA NT
was at tho cupitol this ul'ternoon, occupy
Ing the President's room. Ho sent lor
Speakor lilaino and tho Louisiana mom
hers of tho Houso of representatives,
with whom ho had a confurenco on the
subjoct of nlVairs in that Stuto. Messrs.
Edmunds, Uarpontor, Uoukling and J-re-linghuyson,
of tbo Sonnto judiciary com
mittro, subsequently wcro closeted with
Tho Sunato met at noon.
Chairman Csrnoutcr laid before the
Senalo tho report of tho Secretary of tho
Senato, in reply to tho rciolutlon of Do
comber 17th, calling for information as to
tlio amount of compensation received bv
Senators since the organization of tlio gov
ernment. Laid on tlio table.
viuuiKit's co it u cs r o.n i 1 1; k c z.
Tho Clmir laid beforo the Senittu a mes-
ago from tho i'resident of thu United
States, transmitting tho correspondence
in reguru to mo virgmiui, wlilcu was
laid on the tahlo and ordered printed.
Mr. Kdinonds (aid he was in favor of
an absohito ropeal of tho salary bill, and
luriucr, to rcimuurso too Treasury lor all
money takon out under that bill.
Mr. Wrleht itavo notico that to-morrow
be would endeavor to preis tho salary bill
ton vote, und ho hoped that thy .Sonntora
wonld remain until tho matter was dis
The leitlnn rif thn Ilntuiv ntlu'r ihii vn.
cation, was rosumod at 'noon, with a
pretty lull attendance of member, and
with dcnialv crowdnd r-illi,rlii '
Immediately after the toadiug of the
Journal of thu l'Jth of Docomlor, tho
poaaur proceouixi to can mo roll of tho
states for bills for rufarcueo only under
cull. A hrgo number of bill werp Intro
duced and roforreu.
Mr. O. I. Hoar of Massachusetts, of
fered a bill for tho appointment of ri com
mission of threoporioni, on tho subject of
wagus and hours of labor and division of
profits between labor mid capital in Iho
united States and tbo eoclol, odu'cational
and sanitary ceneolidatlon of th labor
ing claiits and how tho samo" aro olfcted.
CoH MitUs, Ohio, January S. Tho (ii-n-oral
Assembly onvinod this morning in
tbo llouso oi Koproiontatlvci, und nil but
elsht of the meiubsrs noswured to tho roll
nail. Oco. L. Counrse of Kranklin wa
chosen speaker Thbinas Cnughliiv pf
Crawford, chief clerk; Thomas L. Curtis
of Allen, ilrst assistant; "W. 11, Dcxlds of
Hamilton, second assistant; J, L liiuton,
of Hamilton, sargent at arms; Honrv
Hifihop of Cuyahogo, first uiiitti n', and
J, T. Martin ofSenecn, second assistant,
A snr,n us the houso va ort'ttulxcd r.
Ropnrprl Fvprp.R;ly for tho HnllRiln.
THE CAIRO DgliirLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1874. y
rneal thefthlarv-ifrab Jaw
tinnas referfedilo rtlipcclalxomtrilttee
wivn innsruciioDi io nuiji," v,i .v"Mr,
iiirotl'feildont Grant for signing said ,1111
anilfrcpoii the .r.uiolutloti na'ck to-mor-
WW .' .
Tho siimto organized nt 10 this foro
mum with Lieutenant Oovornor Muoltor
In tho rhalr. All senators wre present
nnd effected a permanent organlxitlon, by
cleeoting S. It. Donavnn or Delaware,
chief clerk; W. II. SlilrchU" of Licking,
first assistant, W. II. Morgan of "Carroll,
o-:ond nssistant, C. A. l'arkor, sergeant
ftt.iirms, Clcoru V. Loo of airfield, Ilrst
assistant end t'hnrles Kojjloy of Daike,
l'rnni IKctr OrlfiAiw. til
l v Orr uan-H, January 5. Th'siT.cgls
laluto mot ut Mechanics' Institute to
day and tho proceedings wro orderly
Underwood Oowoll, tbo prosont speakor,
holds over under plodgo to resign In ten
lhys if tlio Homo vuhes it. Oovuroor
'Kellogg iiKMago was very long. Its
main point woro these: Total debt of tbe
State. S'JI.aSCJ.MC. Somo of this was of
doubtful legality, nnd was being telttd in
tho court!. Tiftt Stato had tried to pay
tlio Interact or this wholo nmoiiut, and
had dono so up to date, but could do so no
longer without maintaining ratuof tax
ation which was almost equal to tonllica
lion. Ho nronoscs. tho fund I in: of tbo
wholcdobt at; sixty cents' 'bn' tho rdollar
in now.fdvctij por cant, consuls,, to be
guaranteed' by 'constitutional' amendment
n nil appropriations lor linurrrv lu.uv
ICtlul, tbo debt to bo limited at tho point
to which it would bn roducod by this
coneolldntion, sny $15,000,000. Uo
argue that tlfeso consuls would
bu worth par, whilst tho present
bonds aro only worth, on tho market, fifty
cents on a dollar and dates that consoli
dation sclicmu ha bacn submitted to ani
opprovod by tbo Now Orleans Chamber oi
Commorci) and by 1 irgj bondholdors. Ho
rogrcts that tlio largo appropriations tniulo
for railroads had resulted in a liilluro to
build tho road to Toxai. Thn two. and
onchalf million of bonds issued to tho
Alohilo nnd Toxas railroad, by tbo act of
1H71, without considerations, would prob
ably not bo paid. Any orn, who would
cjmo forward and givu'solid guarunlooto
build thu rnad, would lmvo uvory atsist
onco frojn tho stato. Fulling in all other
plans, ho rocotnmonded that tbo stato buy
tho road, under u grand mortirftHu
bond, and build it itself. Tho
messaio rocommonds tho rovitlon or ro
peal of a lurgo number of laws, and says
that if member forming tho opposing
body don't como in nnd taku their seats,
which havo boon koptopon for them, they
must tako all tho responsibility of tho re
sult of tlmir action. Tlio McUnry legis
lation met, but had no quorum, in viow of
tho fact that thn Kellogg loglslaturo is
recognized by tho President. The McKnry
legislature will remain in session only a
short timo; adopting, howovor, baforu it
adjourns, an address to Congress upon the
political situation in Louisiana.
Adjourned until to-morrow noon.
Lolisvii.m:, January C. An old min
ister named Jtoynolds living in tlio neigh
borhood of Murhlcnburg county, Ky., is
cliarcgd with brutally buatlng with a cow
hide, liis duughtor ngod 18. Sho refused
to oxcept it young man In tho neighbor
hood for her husband. It is stutod that
tho whipping was frequently rcpoatod, un
til i;t last sho consented to inarriago. On
tho evening beforo tlio wedding was to
tako place, the girl. escaped from homo
through' tho' intorvontioa of neighbors.
who who hroucjiit ut'iriru the
court,and it gontloman of high standing in
tho town of Oroonvilio appointed her
guardian. Hoynolds was linrotnforo high
ly ostoomod and pastor of n ilourlshlnir
cliurcli. Thero is much fouling againnt
uim, tm i no legal procoodings
Thrco prisoners escaped from tho Clark
county. Indiana jail last night by cutting
wrougn nn iron noorand digging tlirougn
tho foundation. Hot pnrsuit was mado,
nut mo lugitivca woro not recaptured
t wo oi mom, Jionre nnd uaiiauan wore
noted tbloves of Philadelphia, and woro
in mo county j nu ior stealing
Ciiiiaoo, .lanuarv 5. Tho funeral of
Gon. U. It. Sweet, deputy commissioner
ot intomal rovonuo. took nlaco at Lom
rard, Illinois, to-day in tho prcsonco of it
largo gathoring of personal friends of tho
decoased, including a number ot dls-
tinguisuod citizens of this and othor cities.
Ho. Itobert Colvcr olllciiilcd and deliv
ored n touching nnd beautiful addross ut
trio conclusion of tho service. Tlio re.
mains were convoyed to Hoso Illll cemb-
try ior interment.
Tho Illinoij legisloturo moot nt Spring
filold to-morrow in adjourned session.
Tho Malrion House, atTolono, Illinois,
burned yesterday. Joss f 10,000 ; insured
Lomio.v, January 0. A 'Times spoeial
from Mndrid says It was Marshal Ser
rano a wish that Castollar should bu n
member of tbo new ministry, but tho lat
ter refused. On tho defeat of Castollar,
and previous to tho interference of Gen.
ruria, tho Cortes oloctod Sonor J'ntonU
Prosldont of tho Cabinet. Tho foran l.n.
sieging Cartagena accopts tho now gov
ernment. The national militia in Madrid
Is being quietly disarmed. A rumor is in
circulation in Madrid that thn lato
of Con. Marionos wo n concocted man
leuvro in support of Con. Pavia'i com) Je
'tU. ;; j, ; ; " ' - -
Tho 'Standard' has Ihtolllcnnpn' iv.itn
Hold comt that tho Knit ItrltUli fiirrn
will ontor Ashatitco territory on tho ISth
of this month.
I'lnsuL'itu, January C A inoetiog of
workingmon, under tho auspices of high
branches of International associations,
was hold to-night at -Military Hall. After
speeches in Herman and English woro
mado, it was resolved that tho working
mon of each ward should olect two from
their number, who should make out a
Hit of tho poor and destltttto In each ward
and report to an adjourned mooting to bo
hold on Saturday night. Tho commltteo
,qf two from each ward will go beforo tbo
City Council on Monday nnd present their
lists of destitute, and ask for assistance.
Tho meeting was tvoll attentodi
. I'iolinWIIIii'n. 1 . , f
lVr the Hewj Epgland find -illddJo
Atlantic ,Btate,l northo'flV tof easterly
winds, with snow and'rulh. A lOwor torn
poraturo will ptovail, followed by less
clrudiness by Tuesday afternoon.
For tho Southern States oait of tho
Mississippi rlvrr, partly cloud v woathor,
with rain; teinperaluro. rising 'slightly In
tho ilisilitippl valley and falling in tho
South Atlantic States.
For Iho Lake rogiou and thonoe south
to tho Ohio valley, o a study to southerly
winds, with partly cloudy orcloar weather,
and a slightly rising temperature.
For tho Northwest, rising temperature,
less proiiuro, southdrly winds vooilug to
westrirly, without rain or snow, except
pojilbly In tho mo t northern portion of
thli dlstrb t.
C'lKii'.VATi, January D A t a meeting
cj tho stockholder of thn Cincinnati
I'.vriiitig Time.', Hon, IlcrnJ. Kggleston
wa- t' 1'- I nt of tho Hoard of
NKW YoilK. SSuSi-Jfim .ffSr.l.I
spociilsays: Thbjiovortslrow of tho t'nsV
tolar Ministry lias tenu favorably teceived)
id Havana, Casino KiplBola is especially
jubilant. The Voluntoerl aro ovldenlly in
lavor or tlio Monarchy. Thorronm on
tbo sterns of Spanish voxels in tbo bar
bor, which wore paliftoJ ovur wlion the
HopuMic was in vogue, arc" being roglldud.
Tho Spanish coat of arms hss again been
placed on tho pilaco of tho Caplnln (Jen
crali J '
M ll v.'aukkk, January 6.--A Mtdieou
spocial to ilia Sentinel iaytho:now state
oiui.ort wuro r v, urn ill 10 uuT, too oia ro-
Rlm retiring. - "
(lovjonor Taylor gives it reccptim to
ItU nuJ lull il lln UIVI'.IIN
Koi'UI liouis endlu;.'!p.m., .Ian. l',1C.A
i : . I .Alioveii
.IcIIitoii City .. .
New Orleans ..
Vickslmrg ... .
iter below bench man..
Observer nli;. '.bor. II. ,s. A
Cinci.s'.vati, January 5. River 10 feet
8 inches; rising.
PiTTsntui, January C.Rivor 12 fott, on
Vicksuuro, January S. Down John
Howard. Up Crescent City. River
Littm: Rock. January 6. Weather
cloudy and cold. Rivur falling t feet by
tho gaguo. Doparted Utah, Now Or
leans. NAkiivtLLi:, January 5. River rison
10 foot 10 incites on the' shoals. Arrivod
and departed Ada lieiluian, l'aducah
Weathorcold and sleeting alt day.
Kvansvili.k, January 5. Cloudy and
cold, mercury 27 to 3'J. River stationary
Up Florence Leo, (i a.m. Ancy llaum, 7.
Down Arl'ngton, 11, Hiram Campbell.
Cincinnati, January 5. Tlio rlvor lis
feot and rising, Arrivod 11 J Hudson,
Wheeling. Minneola It dud . from Mem
phis. Drizzling rain during tho day.
Xkw Oki.kans, January & Arrived:
Nick Longworth, Cincinnati; Corroll,
St. Louis: Kato Kcnnoy and Exportor,
Momphis, Dopartod: Katlp, Wllilo
rivor. eathor cloudy and oool.
Sr.-Louis, January 5. Arrivod City
of Cheslnr.Mnmnht, CV.
Holla of Shroveport, Red rivor. Departed'
City of Quiney, Now Orleans. River
stationary. oathor cloar and cold, fretr.
ing hard but noico running yet.
Ijouibvilli:, January D. Tbo rivor lias
rison 12 inches in tho last l!t hours end
ing at six p.m. ; 7 foot 0 inches In canal, a
feot C Inchos In tho pass and still rising.
Weather cold nnd cloudy, with a slight
rain. No nrrivuls but packots. Departed
Oakland nnd barges, Pittsburg nnd
Memvhh, January C Tho rivor was
stationary nil tho uftornoon, but is now
falling rapidly. Arrivod Klla, "White
river ; Fat Rogors, Cincinnati ; Legal
Tondor, White river. Doparted last
night Capitol City and John Scuddor,
St. Louis j Indiana, Cincinnati. Dopartod
this ovoning Lady Loo, .Red river ; Jlol
fast, Vlcksburg. . . ' I
Memphis, January C Flour in liirht
demand and firm ut 0 0000 CO. Corn
meal dull and lowor; 3 20()3 L'O. Corn
in fair demand nnd advancod : 0SoTi70.
Oats hold at 65. Hay firm at 17 00. Bran
18 20. Lard dull and declined; SOJ.
Fork nominally l(i 00. Hulk meats llrm
atClfC for shoulders, clear rib 73:
Cincinkati, January 3. Flour llrm.
Wheat ecarco and firm at 1 4C1 CC.
Corn steady at 5CCWj8. Ryo firm at 93.
Oato dull at 43tB. Harloy llrm at 1 35
CP.l GO. Kggs steady Duller nnd chooso
firm, l'orlt nominally 15 Co. Lard firm:
Mourn hold nt 8 j ; kettle sales 8 j. Hulk
meats, llrm; - shouldors srsV I clear rib 7A:
clear 7pa'ckod. . H aeon firm; shouldors.
7J;cIear rib 8J ; clear Oroon'ineaU
stuudy ; shouldors G : cluar rib 7 ; clear
7j; hams bo lor 10 to 18 pouud aver
ages. Nxw Yoiik, January 0. Flour moro
active and higher, miporfino 0S(ai2c; com
mon to good 0 707; good to choice 7 60
fji)7 CO. Whito whoat, extra 7 C0(S 10.
Whiskoy, llrmor at 07c. "Wheat moro do
Ing and higher, No. 2 spring Chicago 1 fit)
1 CO; Iowa spring 1 &8Jl CO; north
wost spring 1 61. Ryo qulot. Harloy,
moro activo nnd llrmor, westorn 1 46.
Corn scarco and llrmor, western mixod
and in storo 81; afloat 8tj85c; now mix
ed westorn eiloat S'.'QtiSc. Oats llrmor,
western mixed C3(ii(ilc. Coll'eo quiot.
Sugar firm; molasses unchanged; pork
stronger, now mess 10 70; prime mess
15 00; Hi 50 March; beef and cut irtents
unchanged; lard steady, primo OJe.
Nr.tr uiar.ANs, January 5. Flour
scarco ami firm; at 1.C0 for superfine;
SC.&0 for spring; extra, J5.C0; winter,
?0.607.CO; lamlly, S7.7C(l).75. Corn in
good demand', and firmer at 737lc.
Oats, CejQCl'o. Hran scarco and dull at
HCo. Hay dull; primo, $21; choice, S21
(S)S5. .Fork hold nt f.15.50; no sales.
Dry salt meats in light supply with a
good demand at GJQaSJe. llacon
in only lob domand, at !?U(3tio, Hams
sold dull at BtgOc; new, 13iajc. Lard
quiet and firm; tlorcos, 8'Jc; kegs, 0J
t)c. Sugar in fair demand; inforior,
4t?c; common, CCc; fair, nlCJc;
good, fair and fully fair, C57c; prime
to cholco, BfHiSlc. Molasses In uood do-
mandi centrifugal, fific; fair, COc; primo
to choico, C3(Ji)70c. "Whisky, nn Cincin
nati hers; Louisiana, li'Je. Coilcu qulot
at 21 j(.i)27. Corniiioal dull nt $3 25,
Chicago, January fi. Flour steady
Whoat, demand nctlvo and advaiirod, No
I spring 1 20; Not! 1 22; (pot or Janu
ary 1 24J; February No 3 1 lOj. Corn
demand activo and advanced, No 2 mixed
fi!c noi "r .littiiiaiiT - IVbriurv
ii n; o
:i !i n
i -7 f.jv fi
o; ofc 0
o II I
II 0 .
O 4 i 0 0
303 pol; 40c Fobfuaty. Kyo quiet, No
2 ,77c- Harloy quint fair No 2 fall 1 4t!
1-48 Noil 1 20!)t 25! Whiskey In fair
demand and ad v need !l3Jc; spot 'Jlc;
buyers weak, l'o'rk'lit fair demand and
odvanced 14 CO spot: lO-Folminry. Hulk
moats in fair ilomand nnd hlghor, shoul
der OJfujo spot 0c February; Cc .March
all loose; long rib looso 7Juspot; 7Ju Feb
ruary. Croon meals strong fjl5c; for
sbouldtrs: outsldo prloo, for ft Iln average
long rib 7c; hams, Id lbs nvorngo 8 3r ;
eri lbs uVorago '.Ijc.
Ct. Lot'i'i, January f Hemp duii and
unchanged, Flour in buttwr duinaud and
llrm. Wheot-r-spring llrai j.nd higher ;
No t! regular 1 iilVSjl 'J2J; soft I 2
I tlS; fall llrm and gonorally higher; No
3 red I 4101 4:; No 2 1 Cf,l 00. Corn
bettor; No U mixed 6i!fi)M. Oats buoyant
and highor; No '2 mixml -1 3 JfU) 1 1. Ilir
ley, inoto doing ; sales of Kanfas at 1 30
fu.1 10. Kyo liiactiv.i; No U aofu)8-'.
I'otk firm at 1 23015 00. Dry sa't
limits stronger. I! scon still , ehoiilders
7j; cloarribSj; idear bj, lobbing lots.
Lard linn prime slam f) ; Febrmiry tfj
Whisky sternly arid firm nt 95. Ilotts
moderately strong at ' iiOOii 40 ; bull,
sales at 5 Mj 'A'j, sight; shipping hogs
I Bbfiiio (10; recelpu lor tlio past 4a hours
0.100. Cattle unchanged ; offerings poor:
good to choieo native 4 116(77f, f,0; good
to primo Texas an 1 Indian it OOfJij.'i CO.
WllKltos Mulliuw l. lliinter by his sale
imirhriiKO daleil October 7, ls72," und ic-
corded In volume . of Mile mortaKes on
p'.igo 111, Jn tho Recorder' ollleo tf Ab'.
amler eotiiitv. lllluols. eontcved to thn un-
iltrlgiic(l the following, to-tvlt: A lease-
hum oiiate ior inc term oi live t.) yearn, in
and to loU six (U), seven (7) ntni elirht (8), In
block- inrcii i-ii in mo ursi nuiiiiion tn ine
city of ('alio, Illinois, cMumenuiug .Mnreli l.
isil, tiiiuor anil uy viiiuc ni a certain ica-o
bcarlt;srl:itc. March 0. 1,1. executed by h
.jlaals Taylor and JMwin l'arson, truttees
of the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co-
....... ,....ll.,...l l IU... I I' .1 ..1,1. ,i.
written consent of Mild Taylor unci Pai'ona,
.iM-igncn to saui .iiawietv u. iiunieron ine
lilst of .May. 1.172, touctlior with all the tin-
protement'j thereon, belonging to the K.ild
liuuter of ovorv kind and nature soever, in-
eluding mill lixturoK, engine", holler?, burs
and other fixtures appertaining ami belong
ing to the mill building thereon tdtuute; to
hceiiro tun nayincntni a ceitaiu iiroiiusory
unto in h.ild mortgage specified : Now un
der tho lU'ovlMonv ot raid sale morl.i'-e. de
fault liming been made In tho pawucnt of
leo uoic tucroin meiiimncu, iiiotiuuersignru
will oiler talil properly for sale nt auction,
to tho highest bidder, lor in-li,
at the court hoiiro door, Cairo, lllitiul-, at
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY TIIK tttTH
DAY OF JAM Alt Y, A. I). 1S7L
ill'.XItV L. llAI.UItAV.
Morlgngcv and Trutcc.
lircon .v tiiuicri, .tiorne..
M'i!i:iil'..is, Malliewl). (liinter. bachelor.
by his nale inotgaKC, dated .Miin'li l.'Uli. 1&71,
and recorded on page 07 of book ' of deed
in tho Recorder', olllee of Alexander
county, Illinois : Ami, whereas Mathow
1). (Juiiter and wife by their i-alu moil-
trao dated July i. I.S7I, and recorded on
iiagc7l ot book .of deeds In thu Recorder'
ollleo of Alexander county, Illinois, eon
veyed to tho undersigned, thu following de.
scribed lot) ami property, to-tvlt : Lot thlr
ty-ulnn CM) lu block thirty-two Ci'J) and lot
twenty-ono (21) in block eighty-two (M), all
lu tho llr,-t addition to thu city ol Cairo Ills.;
Aio a icasonoiu enatn ior mo term oi ten
(10) venrs, in and to lots sixteen Ml!) and
evi:nturu (17), In block (.i.vtenn (10) In the
llr.-t nuilllionto too envoi uairo. nunoi
commencing December 5, 1?70, under and
by virtue of a certain leas bearing date
December 6, 1S,0, executed by W. C. and
11. C. John", trustee lor Win. .Martin
to the said JlatliowD. (iuutcr, together with
all and singular the tmuuings and linprote
incuts of every kind or nature roever
situate on said lots, sixteen lit!) and seven,
teen (171 belonirlns to said (Illiiter. to-wlti
ono t twolli tiif Iiiiiim', ono flotc and dwelling
houru. one mill lillliuintr wnu mill lixuirr
"irVtHl,oller, ''ur,, n,1l other fixtures ap-
tiertaininaa1ffJl'.VJ'.Ui.,;rc,0 10 fu
the payment of certain pniuiirsorjUbTf tt
.iiu mu iikii i'iii: .-(tuCUUMI ; ;nov, under
inu luutiMuna ui iiuui oi taiu saio inurtgngeH
default hating been mado lu thu payment
of the notes in them mentioned, tho under
signed will oiler mid properly for sale, at
auction, to tho highest bidder, lor rash., at
tho eouit houso door. Cairo, Illinois, ati!
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY, THL 21Til
l',l I Ul J.l.ll ;llll,il. II, 16,1,
Hk.vhv L. Haixiiiav.
Mortgagee and 1'rustco
(iieen ,V (iilboit, AttorneyH.
l'AilllNT.S ATTENTION 1
Having a larger stock of Youths'. Hoy
and Children-,' Oiotbiua on hand than is ncc
ossary for tho Cairo market nnd an idea nl
making til's our lait season n chlldiens
clothing, tvo will sell our Hock, (ono of the
IInc.sttntho.fetate),at Ni;v YoitKCosrfortho
next thirty days. l'arcutgwUhlugkoiiio lino
clothing at low ilgures for Holiday present,
can find them for talo in tho above lot. This
Is no advertising tlodgc, but wo Intend to do
Just what wo say: Siu.i, the ri.i:sr stock
of Younid', liovis' and Cimldhkns' Ci.otii
iso ever brought to tho stato outside ol
Chicago at N'kw Yoiik cost.
I. IWRNIlAKLU .t HON,
No. CI, Ohio I.cvcc, 2d door' above lslmt
Tlio great ilLcovcry of Iho
ago. Thero Iniio palu tvhieh
the Centaur l.iuliuont will not
relieve, no HWolllm; which It
will not hubduo, ami no lame
nes whleli it will not euro
I'IiUIh bticiiiL' laiiL'iiai'o. hut
IHjImih It lu 1,,. .
ISWfW tho recipe Is printed around
caeli liottlo, A circular containing eertlll.
eaten or wniiderlul cures ol rhcunurtitin
neuralgia, lock-jaw, spraluii, swellings,
burns, sealdn, cakei.irent, poisonous
lilies', frozen (not, gout, wltrhciuni.car-ae.ho
."-e,, and tho recipe ol the Liniment will he
Hont gratis to anyone. It Is tlio most won
derful healing and pal relletlng agent the
world has overproduced. It sells as no nr.
tlelo over lieforu did sell, and It aellshccauxi
it does Just what it prcten.ln to do. Ono hoi
lie of tho Centaur Liniment tor auluiaU
(yellow wrapper) i.s wortii ij hundred dol
lars for spavlnod. btralued or galled horo
and mules, and lor icrow-woim m sheep.
No family or btouk-ownor can alford to lie
...1,1. .... I I.. I.. ...... 1,-1.... F.i ...
,, i.ttuiib v iiiiiaiii i,iiiii,titti. . ,i , uu uuiiii.; t
urge bottle, $1. J. H, Rose ,t Co,, fj'j
llroadway, .Now York.
CASTORI A Is more than n Mihstltuto lor '
ta.-torOII, Jt Is the only kuk arllelo in
cxittoneo wliieli Is nuro to regulate thu how-'
els, cum windcollo and produeo natural I
'"fi. ItL'lei-santtotako. Children line,! I
II. A, Thorn " ' Ii. D.'Thoiui
TIIOMS & imOTHKHp
Sucrcsosra to II. M.liulcn,
AKD DIALUtfl 1H
Nft,J inid l'isii4y Slrocerlra,
Koreieu und flomcstlo
TfR.Tix'j.'Fi wiTXi isrxra.'fa
li (omn'ijrcUl Avoduo;
OAUtO. . - ILLINOIS.
Ml LI, Kit it PARKKll,
KORW A ItlUNU MKKOHAM'J'tl,
DKAliKKH IN KLOUH. COHN
Oftta, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTH rou KAIRHANK'H SUA LKS
Ohio l.ovei,. CAIRO. ILLINOIH.
(i. l. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer lu
No. 7i Ohio Levee,
Sin-isti- ami lllliiiK orders.
given to consign-ll-'i
STHATTON .t BIHI,
WJIOI il.SA Til5 G ROGE RS
COM 31 1 SSION M KUCHA NTS,
Aeents American Powder Company
No. .17 Ohio l.Ltec,
. It. II TII l.'s-H.
Ip. I' Hill.
.MATH USS A- ITIII.
O o ji .m i s .s i o .v M i: it c u a n t s
jj'r.otrasi: gbaik :
II AY AND WKSTRN I'ROIMJCK.
JOHN It. 1MILLIS A SON,
iHuconr to John H. FlillHO
DKALE11S IN HAY, OOKN, OATS
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AOENT.S FOR LAPLIN AND RAND
ru w l)H It COMl'AN Y.
Con. Tkntii Htukkt and
HA I IIO.JLLH.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Okuknt, I'lastkr, Hair, Kto.
No Stlslo I.evrts,
J3T1 will sell in car load lots at manuts
Itiriiru nrl..nj .. . I . , I .. . . .
.......o .,n.ur, nuuuiK llcltlll, S--lI
J. M. 1'HIJjLII'H,
Forwarding and Commission
prepared to forward all kinds of frelxbts
to all points.
HusliifM attended to nromptlv.
N. It. TlJletlcwood.
HICK EH A I.
Commission Mru chantb
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY,' ETC
No, TSOHIU I.KVUK, .
WOOD IUTTKN1IOIJSK A HHO.
G ueral L'oramiaiiton Morohan'H
IM OHIO LKVRK
COFKKY, HAIUIISON & CO.,
(.Successors tn I), llurd A Hon,)
Vf.OdK.UHAIiV AKII HAT.
, NKW YORK STOitK,,
' WUOLKSALK AND HKTAlli.
I.AHdttiT VAntaTV BTOOK IN TIIK UITV
tlOODS SOLI) VI'.RT OLOMK.
L'unirrur NliieU-eillli NSraolnn't I'iimi
('.. t). I'ATIKI!
I'll T K II O II II L, '
VI t OUR AIKROFTANT
:m i T.Yaima' y.a vr .r.
M. M SISISO s.i.vfs:,
tf. OA 1 1 to J 1,1, 1 Hai s
FOKWAlUfll'.i) ani' OfLMMIHaiON
n II II ' A , r
DKAlsKKS IN K!(UR;
OHIO IltVMl AKI, KANA.VII4
a a. i't co m1 r-j i.t 1 h:h.
711 Oillt) IiBVKH.
I'. M. STOUiCKLKTII,
Reetlrler and Wholcpslo Dealer In
I'Oltl.KJ.V AMI IHI.IIi: K'
LIQUORS AND "WINES
NO, II'.! OHIO i.s.vi:k,
I). A VSSItH.
K. .1. AYKRS
A VKiuS & CO.,
.'iMlIIir.iJHiup,!, u ,,
0EN2RAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 LVRK.OnioOAino. iLtx.
B TJ T O JEi-El B
AND DEALER IN
UioiiTn Btuket, Uetwjckm WAaHino-rOi
AKXl COMUX&OXAL AvjiWUKU,
Adjulalasr Ul'loiilioniio noil llnnnyN
KB. ll,o Lfdt or Ilel, fork, iluttoo Vl
Umb. 3ui((u, .,to., .nd ro j,rej.Ard lo t.rf,,
.Uumm In tho moil frcnuh, mDnr.
CU T NATIONAL BANK HV1KUINU.
Hr'-'iT'Snf f hil nllnnllm, .,..1.1 ,
Liamho its. ntulit or day.
(Huccessor to Jamen Kynaston,)
HurouKit and Ukalku JN AI.I. KlMH or
r BBS II aijuw.
UOKNBIl NWKTJtN-JTI AND l'OI-I.AH BT8..
duys ami ylauKhtorH only the Lest cattlo,
bogs and bheep, and !h prepared to nil any
Joniaml for Ironh meats from one pound to
t'n thniisand iinunds.
HYLAND & HAUKit,
AND DKALKH8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Uornor 10th stroot and Commercial aveiiu
'or to mo nyinnii da oon.
u-u: tr. OAIRO. it, La.
AN!) HKAI.KU IN
A;L KINDS OKFJUJ3II MBATS.
Vfar ur. TwHilloH, ISIrc. l lm,l ),.
Iliiyx and sUughters only tho hest Cattle.
Vi-'V""''':?- ",ul 'i I'lepared to (111 o
Jerafor Fresh SI onlu (mm m,
nnd noun. U. , ,,.,"
- A M W 11,80 N ,
I BOAT ar.CO-jyfa
1' 110 V 1 UI ON 0 r,TU.