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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, HAT UliDAY, JANUARY 10, 187-1.
aial Tmptrat the City wnrt Comity.
JUUN IL OUKULY. Editor and Publlibej
TJCRMB Or THE DAILY UULLKTIil
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Invariably in advance.
antler on jvcit puce
Till Missouri legislature will havo to
contend "with a mender petition asking
the privilege of tbe ballot lor women.
Hon. Jonr II. Tiioumok, ox-United
Slatei Senator of Kentucky died at Her
roditorg, in tbt atato, on AVodncsiltyi
Tn public printing, of Illinois from
November fourth. 1871. to November
tbtrty-one, 1873, coit the stato olgbty-ulno
.thousand and tlfroo dollars and lorty-i!x
Chicago bad orerflra hundrod rain of
i mall-pox daring. last year. It is still
keeping up: rigorous prosecution -of.
raeclnatloa niia'uit hopes oon to
get the better of the loathsome pestilence.
St. Clair Is the romantic .name of the
man who i supposod to bare let tiro to
Portland, - Oregon, "list fall, lie wm
caught trying to finish the j:b a fow dayi
ago, bat WM Interrupted la nil purpoie by
tbe officers of tbo law.
Uoth houses of tbo gonoral asiotably
have paiiod the rosoliitlon, introduced
last winter, condemning tbe ealarr ileal.
At pined, it requires tbe Illinois members
of Congress to voto for tbe repeal of the
bill and advocates an amendment to tho
oonititution forbidding future grabs of
the tamo 'kind.
The execution of tbe two nogro in. r
derers, John Feefeo and Qoorgo Wllliemi
who were to have been hung in Pinekney
villa yeeterday, did not tako place, tho
governor having commutod their eantenco
to that of imprisonment for lifo. The
people of the town, who wero furlou
against the prisoners and determined to
witness tn execution, wore not informod
of tbe change of programmo, and tbo two
men were half-way to Jollot loloro the
people, were awaro of it.
Both tho Springfield papers aro in
favor of tbo plan of having tho daily
proceedings of tbe houce and senato
printed and laid on tho members' desks
each morning in rrdcr that tbo action of
each house may be fully understood by
all tho members of both. The Springfield
papers are right, from their stand-point.
If we lived in Springfield and published a
newspaper, we would bo strongly in favor
of printing dally reports for tbo benefit
of the general assembly and tho Inforroa-
the subject as persoverlngly as wo de
nounced the salary grab or give rent to
our patriotic indignation concerning Mrs.
Gist. Uvbldut, metnbtr of cu.igrcst
from tho fourth Illinois district, is in
trouble, all owing to' a poor memory.
During tho, w,ar, -jjllo ho was. in. coin.
mend or tbe department of tho Qulf, a
quantity of cotton, belonging to Clark &.
Co., wai aelzel by his order. Shortly nf
ter, for sv consideration of ton thousand
dollar cash, Qen. Hurlbut issued an or
der releasing tbe cotton, and retainod
eight thousand dollars of tbo money,
dividing tbo remainder between two
other parties. Circumstances Intervered
to prevent the release of the cotton, and
Hurlbot forgot to return the monoy.
Suit against the government to recover
tbe money is now pending In the court
of claims, at Washington. Charges
covering these points, it is said, wero pre
ferred against Gen. IIurlbnt,buttbfy wero
forwarded to" tho war department" with
Gen. Grant' endorsement to tho effect
that it would not be to the best interests of
the service that they should bo tried.
Shortly after, an order from tbo war de
partment muttered Gen. llurlbut out of
the icrvloe, the muster anto-datlng July,
18C5. Tkeae charges are now on filo in
CIVIL OUGHTS -TUK SALAltY
GKA.B . TUB OllIEK JUSTICESHIP-GIVE
TIIE DEVIL HIS1
Special correspondence oi Tin- iiijli.tw)
Wasiukoton, D. 0., Jan. C, 1674.
Ycatordey was set apart In tho House
for debate on Benny Butlor's stolen hoi-by-clvil
rlgbts-whleh hack was tup.
po.od to be the sole proporty of Charley
Sumner, of the other shop. The an
nounceroent that Hon. A. U. Stephens
would speak on tbo subject was si in
ante-bellum days-tafflclent to attract an
iismtnso crowd of both residents and vis
Itors to the llouso. But whon the throng
of people reached tho galleries, groat was
the disappointment to find that ono-fourth
of tbe spaco had been set aside for tho ex
clusive use of the wives and fatnilos of
members for tbo sole roason. though not
expressed by placard or rcsolullon, that
they, should not be forced to minglo with
tbe common berd black and white who
occupy tbe laditt' gallery. Tbe result
was this sacred (pot was comparatively
empty, wnn jsuies were either denied ad
mission or compelled to sit on the stem
to great was tbo crowd. Singular that
while Radical member are advocating sc.
clal equality on the floor, their families
are fonoed-olf from all contact with the
negroes tbey love o dearly. This much
for the laditt' gallery, In tbe gallery set
apart for gonttomen, the caie was not only
tho dlfflculty of obtaining admlulon on
account of nearly overy seat boing tccu
plod by tho lowest and flllhloit" negroes,
but of tho .uttor, inability to. stand the
stench and close , proximity of thoio who
make tho galleries in both House and Sen
ate a loafing arid snoozing plaoo, to tho
exclusion of doccnt whlto people. The
gallorle., tho property and prlvltego of
the people whoa tlioy choose to
vltit tho capltol, no longer pre
sent a doccnt appearand', and
but few caro t unJorgo contact for
fan hour or-so'wlth lazy, idlo vagabonds,
whoso vory appoiranco causes hn unplent
ant seniatlon, for tho ploasuro of hearing
tbo often interesting congressional skor
mlshcs. Thadobata was opened by Mr.
Harris of Virginia, who retorted rathor
shaply, whon Mr. ltmslor, nopro,of South
Carolina, Intorruptel him. Mr. A II.
Stepsons followed Mr. Harris on thonamo
tide,- He was listened to with markod at
tention, tho lUdlcals gnthoro.1 cloeo to
him to catch hli words that, howovor,
was unnecessary, as ha oould 1)4 hiard In
every portion of tho house. Mr. Stephens
has only Joit In physical strength bo is
as strong mentally m of yore. Hli speech
occupied two hours undthough his oopo
ncnts aro conceded to bo most cffictl vc,lt is
thought it will havo tho effect, In connec
tion with the. impolicy of thj tneaiuro
In tho minds of many P.adlcsls to havo
tbo bill rocomnilttod which will If car
ried glvo il u good .long sloop. Bn
nfifjl, (pur, ;r fUrcO
it if pnjilblo. Mr. Elliott, negro, of South
Carolina, will ruply to Mr. Stephens not
vory cosnpltniontsry to tho Utter to bo
sure. Bonny Butler lint been in training
for soinetimo pat on this question i.ud will
cloio tbo debato with a grand display of
oratorical pyrotechnics, which it Is said will
both dazzlo and ttartlo the lionio- Harry
Ford, manager of J'ord'a ojicra house
bare, objects to mombarj of congrcn do
ing tho sensational, as it detracts from hlj
business. Ho don't mind tao lochrymosi
boln' ki uiuch.u-lu Lawrenco of Ohio
but he hates to havo Butlor play tragedy,
at nothing a heal against Sothern, who
charges ono dollar a skull to ceo his Dun
dreary. Tilt .SALAItV-UUAM.
Yesterday Senator l.ogun vunlllntcd
his views on tho t alary grab, Tjo sum
total of his bellowln nothing crnnky
about thoio bellows was to provo to
everyone present that John is badly at
tacked with tho Senalojlal shako, so far
above tho pooplo as to not bo umonaVnt tj
thorn for thulr actions. John, llko soma
others in tho Senutn, didn't ciro much
about what tbo paoplo thought or wished
but in obodloncu to his instructions would
vote to repeal tho bill that if n clenn
sweep was mado ; which moms that ho
purposes muddling tho question as much
ho can and thorcby saving as much "grub"
as possible. If tills or something like it
is not what ho meant, thon his manner
and hie almost unintolllgibla jtrgon guve
mo that impression, .lonn togan U well
kndwn to bo a thorough domagogno of a
rough kind, but yestorday ho showod tho
cloven fdj. of Senatorial dictation and
tyranny but was rot-cod to draw it buck
on buing hked the simple 'UOition, "Do
rnn rnr,l IV.- . -1 !
tho tiiuo cuinu other long winded Sjdr
tors who also with to hWj tho muddy pool
salary grab got through enough timo
will lmvo beoa waited to have settled the
great and important question of financo
which Intorcsts overy ono.
Tbo :onundrum 'Will tho Senato
confirm Wlllaras7'. is yet unguossod
To-day it has assiltnod anplbor shape, it is
roportcd Mid geuorally "bcliovcd that thj
prctsuro on uraiu lias o?cn s'.rong enough
to indueo him to withdraw tho uomlnt
tion. Ulysses is not much on tho buck
down but it he doot ho will sand in somo
namothat will mako tho Senate sick, I do
not moan thatbo will pick out ono specially
obnoxious, in order to bo pervareo. Oh,
no ; hu will simply follow out tho rulo of
hit official lifo, by which ho regardi thn
government, as fr as ho controls it, as n
sort of op-dish, the choice tit-bits his per
quisite', In trust for his chums: and when
wo look around among his dear legal
friend, which of them is battel than the
Oregon nun, who goes for stylo in hU de
partment0 On good authority, I learn that noithor
Judgo Duroll, of Georgia, nor JudgoDlck
Buiteed, of Alabama, will bo nominated
in caio "Williams' uamo Is withdrawn,
OtVE TIIK DliVIL 111 S DUE.
It seems from tho correspondence on
tho Virglnlus question, tint our Minuter
to Spain, Din Sickles, mado proper and
correct ell'orts to uphold our notional dig
nlty and honor, but that tho imiio power
whatever It way bo that has for tho
past fivo years sorvt'd tho interests of
Spalu, at iigkluit Cuba, again controlled
matters, grnntod unwarranted ccucessions
to Spain, and brlngi Mr. Sickles homo in
ulagrace for Ms endeavors on behalf of
tho govurumsnt which ho represented.
lion, oaicu Luililug hi been uomlnatod
to succeed Mr. Sickles This U 11 of a.
ploci, for it U well known that Mr. Cu h
log Is the right-hand man of tho adminis
tration, and ho will only bo finishing
wnni uo nm oegun. nils much, lrotn tho
oil repeated charges ruada against tho ;
oiau Department in tho public, jircss In
ri-garu 10 bpanuu Inlluonce In that quar
ter and the result of tuo Vilnius diplo
mamy, and Irom the 7alUiiown charac
lor of Clob Uushlng In boxing tho pollt
ic&l compass, and his greed for gold, it
would b.i wll for tho Senate forolgu il.
lions committee to look at tho mutter, uml
tbe Senato buiuro that the Minister who
takes Sickles' place bat no trucks to eovur
up. "A wink is as good as a nod to n
bllud hoe." Hope tho Senato may re
cognlzo tlo wink.
laniANAi-ou, January 0. Tho su
premo comt this a m., two "judges dUseut-
oe. rendered an onlnlnn'.lMl.rir Ti .
f - !u . tL,u UXtiw 6.1"1on,I"J''
law, unconstitutional. The section Is that
itMhJC nS Pr"n ",ay b?.fl?6d for ,n- '
i?hiS h.Bi?di,?n. h wNla ,0 U,tlf-V !
where hs obtained his liquor.
(?eportod Expressly for the Bulletin.
WAOUiKorox, .l.tnuary I). The presi
dent nominated Ooorso lt-I'aok, Unlied
Slates nttornoy for Kansas. Several mom
hers of the appropriation committee think'
that estimates can ho cut down about $10,
000,000. This will not b sufllolonl lo
bring tbo oxpendlturos.wlthln tho recolpla
or tho next fiscal year, and therefore,
somo moraufc of treatuty relief will l.o
Tha prusldont rhm uomlnatcd Ca1eb
Coining for Chiof; Justicn shpro.mb: - f
Tho houso "cprnmltteT 1 oh post
roadi and csnali Ill's morning further
conshlorcd tho bill to rogultj commorc
by rollrosd nmong tho slate, and favora
bly disposed of ilvo of Its fourteen sections.
Tho fourth suction prescribing powers of
tha board of nlno pouimlislonors as
amended lo simplify tho power and pro
enrlbo n longar tlmo than four years.
A number of bill wero referred, in
cluding ono by lttmlall to rotulalo tho
drawing and summoning of a Jury for tho
United Stntoi.dlitrlclnnd circuit courts.
Stiirkwoathcr from tho committee in
Appropriations roprorted the fortification
bill, which wm made a special order for
Wednesday. Tho bill appropriate! 1034.
0D0. , k
Tha benato rosttniod torisidtrution uf
thn currency bill.
In thn discussion of tbo bill -Mr. l)ut
woll tnid that tha opinion to jtonornlly
inaultftaJ, iljul tbo 1,'iiternnioi.l of the
United Stales Is existing with a vast
amount of paper In clrculntlon which had
been dishonored, was entirely erroneous.
There was no obligation to pay notes r.t
any pnrtlcuVir tlmu, they aro rcdccmnbln
lit tho plcniuro of tho government find
such was tho spirit uf tho law.
Mr. Morrill of Vormant, said ho was
surprised at tha statatomout, of tho gen
tlonian from MniSflcacielti.
Mr. Boutwell undertaking lo
defond tho right of the government to
poHtporothoday of paying its obli'MlOns,
without protending to understand tbo nl
cities of tho law. Ho knew, in n business
man, that if Any individual undortook to
give out tuch paper, tho courts would
coinpol him to pay it. Hobclloved tho in
tention of tho law was that tho govern
ment (houll pay these notes u erly as
Mr. Howos.iid if ho ai judgo he would
not givo judgment ugliest tho govormaut
on ono ot thorn.
Mr. Conkllng presented n petition ask
!ng that tho common carrier net bo mueud
ed to m to nfioctcanali. KcoeWoJ.
(On motion of Mr. Motton, tho Senato
bill nuthorlzlng mitlonal bunks that havo
decided to rtdiicu their stock to withdraw
a proportion of tbolr bonds on retiring
tboir circulating notes or depositing a mm
of money in tho proportion provided by
law, was taken up, with the amendment of
tho ilniinco committee, which provides
that wherever such reduction Mirill
bo nuthorizod. f.ny note! nf such bank
thereafter coming into tho treasury of thn
United States ahull bo cancelled uclll tbo
Hraount so cancollcd, together with such
m shall bo rodeomod, (hall equal tha
amount of tho reduction authorized.
In tho House, Mr. U'Xoil pro son tod u
petition from tho -National Board of Trade,
consisting of tho Attorney Gener.tl and
ccvon inrcbnt, bankers and mamifaslur
ors, to rovlso the bankrupt law j also, for
a mitlonal system of quaranllnn.
WAMllSQTON, Jan. v.ri. Jl. llobcrls
of Now York, from tho committed on
Ways nnd Moans, ronortod bill to if radii.
York, with flPS.OOO, tho proceeds pf tho
.salo of intornal rovenuo '.tsinp. cmbez
zlod from hu house without any neglect
of his own. Tho bill passed after a dis
cussion which turned on tho reference ot
tho Chorpening claim, just boforo ro
com to tho Judiciary committoo instead
of tho committee on Claims.
Meisrj. Dawes and Beck commented sc
voroly upon It, tho referenco having boon
made, not in open House, but by petition
tinder tho rulo. Tho Iuttr, having noticed
that, ha would movo to discharco tho iu-
diclury commlttao from tho coucideration
ot triosut'joct, giving as one reason there
for that Mr. Cosnii, who was peculiarly
connoctoi with Vnill, was a member of tho
judiciary committee, and would ho, there-
lore, tho judgo or Ills own cnto.
At thron o'clock tho death of James
Brooks wim announcod by his successor,
Mr. Cox, and .u?olies pronounced bv
Mccsre. Co.v, Wood, Davis and Kolloy.
Tho death of W. I). Foster was then an
nounced, nnd his two coUengiicn, vVuldron
and Williams, delivered uulcgies on his
TUB .NTOItO MfliDMlKIl U. I
I'l.s'i i.kkvville, III., January 0 Tbe
execution of John l'evfe.) aud Goorgo
wiiuaut, which was to nuvn taken placo
hero on to-morrow, hh Justly met with
executive cloinoncy, and tha ioiitcuco ol
death has been commuted lo that of im
prisonment fur life.
Thn papurs wero reemvod from Stirinc-
field by tho sheriff at noon to-dav. but
owing to tho Inllumod cotidlthn of tho
public mind, nnd threats of mob vluleneo
n caso ot fuch nn Intervention, tho fact
was not made known by him.
l Imprison wus tnrongod during tho
lay with visitors nnxlotis to cet u last
look nl tho euppojud doomed men, tho
prisoners thuinsnlvu not knowing of'tlio
eliange, ll bein? vilsely wlthhuld from
thorn lest It should cruep out through
somo prying visitor, umI bring about"a
dltllculty in tholr romovul from hero.
Alter uari: tiiostiorui procoodod to pin
ion tho prisoners, nnd, unknown to uny,
thoy woro safoly escorted to u way itatlon
and placed on tho evening train to St.
Lou!, en routo for Jollot. As tho fact of
tho chango of contonce Is not known to
tho public, n largo gathering li oxpectod
in to.vn for tho occasion to-morrow.
Tbo commutation Is n righteous ono,
nnd will bo ro received by tho thinking,
law-abiding men of tho country.
l'roui St. Paul.
Minnesota leuislatukk. .
Sr. 1'aul, January t. Tho legislature
of this statu buving met and organized on
last Thursday, In joint convention can
viiisud tho voto for state ofllcor to-day.
Tim mUjors elected wore sworn in tires.
c",m of u,l- '""'chos of tho legislature
l ha wretchod .y.tem that prevails hero
if tho delivery ot u rrwli mossago by
tho onlgolng govornor ut tl,a tln?o or
chango and by roason of this practiuo wo
have to-day u imsmgo of about tun col.
uiiiub In length from (lov. Austin, who
1 11 AMI KB iy TIIK H'ANIBU OOVKr.NMENT.
.iTr jiii ' . Kovornmoiit
Madrid, January 9 Tim govorninont
'q'rtientatlons abroad, but Admiral l'ola
do llernatl, mlnlitor a AVa.hlngtoii wl
Mn,,,n Thu I'overnrneK luuc
10 rocelvo ""-C-'aulalory telegrams from
nil quarttrs, eipsclally Cuba.
THE WILL Or AOit.Z.V.
I Hosio.v, January 'J.Tlio will of I'r, r.
Louis Agassi at. probato olliso In- C.iui-
uriago, is nsioiioWM 1 givoami oequoatii
l.i my con Aloxnudcr E. l' .Agmszn, inch
of my (cloritlllu books as he may relcot
from iny""llbrnry, hoping that yiou ho
shall hava no fuithor uie for tham ho will
add them to thn rest or my library ol
scientific books, which I hereby glvo to
tho Huiiuum of comjarf,tivo i.ooitfty in
t!d. I gtvu and dovlio all tho rest of my
ojtnto now ovne l nnd horenftar acqulrod,
unto my boloved v.ifn Ellnibeth O,
Agnzzi, to hold liar holri and asslgnocs,
3.1. I mako no provisions fjr olthor of
tny dHUghtcr, ldu and l'auline, not from
any vnut ' of alfjetlon, but
that my hous in Cambridge, subject
to mortgnco, is tho only remaining plnco
of property I havotodiipoeoof. I nppoiut
my wifo nforesnld In ho solo executrix of
this my will, nnd I dlroctthst sho bo ox
omptcd from giving bond n" such.
Dalod November 2Uth, ISCfl.
Signed, Ii. Aoiri.
though Mrs. Agazza v. at exempted
from giving bond by ibo4will, sho his pre
ferred to do so, and lias boon rocogniztd
l'ldin Jlct MoliiLM.
lti Mot.vr.5, Iowa, January V. Con
ran Schwecr, nnll-mono)olist, is (dotted
roprcsenlativoln Len county, to fill tho
vacancy of 1. A. Layton, Jocetscd, who
was n ltepublli'itis. ' ,
lion. John A. Ciraan has hutf; lrltor
in thn Slato .lour ml this ovridng, denying
tho chargo thai ho w:ii the nulhor of tho
error in too CoMTctilonal direct iry. in
rol.aion to Hen. V. W. l'.ilmer, and hIao
replying In hvvr! o.'jor thar'cj inalo
Morn than n d zn women nro candl
dato for clllciM in tho letjislaturc. t'ux
wero employed in the last legislature. A
monitor petflb-n ia I- ing prepared to pro-
SOtlt tO tila lcgl!k'.l'9 lo giVO tho Welm-ll
Tho K. 'kuk aud Dei Moim-s railroad
havo inauo iirraiiuoment to ship freight
from tbU city to (,'hicagj, via Oltuma arid
tho, Chleago llurllnglon nnd Quincy rail
rod,dlrect without tranefor or breaking
bulk. Similar plans for (passenger buii
ness aro pending.
I'roiu Hock Island,
OSU.U31JN 01' AS IMTOltTANT liAlLHO.'.D
CASE, UtT JiO DKCISIU.V.
Bock lbLAXH, 111., January 'J. Tho
Circuit Court hr.4 been busy sineo Monday
bearlmc argumonts In the suit of tho Hock
ford, Koek l'laud nnd St. Louis rnilrotd
against tho Countv Clerk nnd Treniurur
for an injunction to restrain the collection
of tho tux on capital (.tncl: Imposed by the
btato Hoard of hnuaiizition A conclu
sion wm roachod to-day, hut it may be sev
oral dayi bef"ro Judgo i'letsants render!
Tho city of Molino has adopted ordi
nances cruntini: twocomnanlps franchises
for thirty 5 ear for tho establishment of
gas and water work. Work on both will
tiu commenced In tbo spring, nnd both
enterprises aro being backod by nm pit!
I'rom Nctv York.
Xkw Yor.ic, January 0. A revolting
econo took placo thin morning in tbo Uud
eon countv, New Jorsoy, Jail, at tho oxe
cutiou ot Jacob Mechalla, u seaman, for
tho murder of Deputy Marshal Stovonion
in July last. After Mcchella had been
hanging abut throe minutes, and while
being loworod for tho convenience of tho
lihvsicians. tho knot tilini)cd and ho foil
heavily to tho ground. As rapidly 'as
posoinio tno rope was reaoiujioa and -lie
chclla was acain suspended. After a low
convultons the physiciani doclarod him
uini mi.: rnii r itio iiiv::hs
For 21 houri rndlng.1p.ai., J.m. , ls71
Above I Change",
hTATIO.NS. .uater.', HUo.1 Fall.
.? if' . ?
letrcrson City .
.McmphlV. . . . .
NowGenova . .
Id 4 ,
. 1 II
P.ulticah .... ,
.St. l.o lift
'.iurfac" t w
;itor below liouen man..
silnervor Mg. her. r. ,s, a
Ou.viN.NAri, January !i Klver rising
with -10 foot In i-hminel. D parted--Andes,
AVheoling. itainlng all day.
Nr.w OiiLKANa, January 'J.lin i;rrl
vuls. Departed Kalu JCiunv. St Lom.
Great ICopublic, Muinplila? Veathef
cloudy and pleasant.
Pirrsnuuu, January 9. Tho Mouongu
hcila Is frtlling, with U foot 2 Inchea. Ar-
nvoa uoo ijyio, ov urloaus. Tho J 12
Itankin will leave this 07ening for Mtn
Mkhi'iu-., Janusry ft. Weather clear
and pleasant. Itlver falling slowly. De
parted -last night, City of Vlcksburg, St
Louis; Sam ltobortn. l'oytona, Cairo; this
evening, Colorado, Vicksburg; Si Joseph,
YicL-situnn, January 'J. Down .las
Howard, Uonry Ames, Charles llodumnn,
Jt K Loo. Up l'aulinn Carroll. The
weather was clear and ploasant. Itivor
fulling with 3 foet -1 Inches by gaugo.
Sr Louis, January o Arrived Hello
Memphis and Lrjwu, Memphis ; IClnnoy,
Vlcksbun. Ddnartud fllUl(-aitn TCaitv fit-
loans; Capitol City, Vicksbu'rc. Thn
ruerli stationary. Wcathor cloar nnd
KvAtiKvn.LJ:, January 0 Woither
clear and cool. Morcury nl to l&. iiiver
rlion t foot. Up-CJulckstep, Aleghnny
Hllo and barges, Itod Cloud, Ooort'e
Jtoborln, Thomas Sherlock. Down Fay.
etto, Tarascon.KlttioHlgler.Mary Amont.
Louisville, January 0. Hlvcr rising
rapidly at II p.m., pier marks showed II
toet in canal; 12 Tout 10 inches in tho
pan, llaats now uau up and down tho
rail with obso. Tho snow it molting fast
though much still romalns on tbo ground.
Arrived Andy JUum, Cincinnati; Indl
ana New Orleani; Loulsulllo. Cincinnati;
J M Meant and barg'ei.Irontor: Chartnor,
Cincinnati. Departed - Andv llaum
Memphis; Indiana. Cincinnati; 'Charmor
Uvansvlllo; J M Moans and barees, Iron
ton; Wurron and bargcp, Cincinnati.
, SYcatber a;oderatiDc, IJuilnest brighter
Ciuo.mo, January 9. A llro at an oarly
hour this morning burnod tho wocdeu
building .170 south Ulark street, occuplsd
by llonry li .JCallsh ns n grocery itoro.
Loss on tho bulldlm S1.003. with no insur-
nnco on tho stuck. SCUO, insured in tho
National, of l'hiladolphia. No. 371 was
damaged by water, nnd rn filled with
smoko that of tho family living on tbo up
per lloor tho motbor Was taken out seme
less nnd bor bnbe so noarly sulfocnlcd that
It died shortly alterward.
Tho next convention of thn Millers'
National Aisoclntlon will bo hld In Mc
Uornuck's Music Hull, in this city, on
Wednesday, January 14th. A cordial
Invitation is extended to millers In tho
Dominion of Canada, whoso co-operation
is earnestly desired. Tho prospect It that
It will I n largely nllonded, nnd result
great good to tho milling inttrosts of tbo
HENTKUCEtl TO UK HLWU'
1.11 T 1. 1 Bock, January I) Threo In
diaus nnd ono whlto man have been ten-tf-ncod
to bo hung at Foil Smith, on tho
third of April, for n murder committed
In tho Indian country.
Lnttors from Sjbastlnn county etnto that
on Monday last tho board of cuporvlrors
mot nt Groonwood, tho cminty seat. Tho
shjrill' presented his bond ns colloclor for
tho county, and as ho dlJ s- drow iWo pis
tols, laying IhoTi down on tho table and
tolling thu court that tnoy dare not rejoet
his bond. Whroupon, iho court adjourn
od until yesterday. On Wednesday a war
rant was obtained from n justice of tho
noaco for tho arrest of tho sheriff mid
placed In tho bands of n constable to
serve, who summoned fifty men to assist
In cflecting tho arrost. Nothing has ben
heard from them, but sorieu troubto It ap
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From Salt Lake.
Salt Lake, January 0.--In tho First
JudiiiH.1 District the petit jury hai been
discharged until tho third Monday In Feb
ruary, on account of tbero being uo pros
Ills generally boliovnl that n rich
striUn has been mado in tho Kmraa mlno
which chows n great nmouot ot ore. L'he
report for December shows tha following:
oro l,C!"7,70l jicund", bullion l,t!40,000
pounds j lead "180,000 pounds.
A mooting was bold hero la't night for the
purpose of memorializing Congresa for a
branch mint and n, gcolpglcal survey nf
From .""nn l'ritiichco.
Sa:.- Fr.ANctsco, January 9, A dis
patch received in this city states that
I Colon ii, Montano, was almost wholly des
troyed by lire to-day. I.jss no, staled.
Mj-njiuih, .'tnuary Fl'ir ij,i;t und
unchangel. lorn meal du'l .d nn
clnngcid. Corn firm "Uri)7to. liran imm
lr.al. Lnril 9J(jlOo. Hulk meHl tsier CJ
(Vjtija for shoulders ; vVi)-' for sides.
Nbw Yokk, January a. Flour market
better on low grad- with u light supply,
0 lOtJS'S 10 for supjrllno wo3lorn nnd htat
77 30; common to ood 7 115(71,7 feO;
Kiwi to choice T 8G0S S.V, whlto wheat
"(3)8 CO; X (Jhio 7 10Q,7 II; Ht. Louis
ryo flour, senrco and firm. Corn meal ad
vanced to 4 '.iClt.rj. Western whisky
steady at 1 00. Wheat market higher
at 1 ij"0't (58; fur Iowa spring 1 Cj(l 07;
northwest spring 1 .'il CB; No li Mil
wnukeo 1 0301 Cj; Nn i Chicago 1 C707
1 70. Hyo quiet and 3rm at roJ(ijl CC.
Iiarly quiet and firm. ISocoipts 41,021.
Common to fair SUc.
Cicaoo, January ti. Flour good to
choice spring extra t uOCSfi 60. Wheat
demand active nnd ndvnnced, No 1 spring
sold I VI; Nn'Jclosodul 1 ar.J -li, i at
February. Corn demand active nnd ad
vanced, No t! mlxixl &SJa cash WJigCOe
Fobruary. Oats deniaud activo atiirad
vnnced, No U 420 cash. F.yo doinand nc
tlvoand advanced, No fall 78Q80c.
Early fair demund and tulvinced. "No 'J
fall 1 45; No 1! 1 '-Ml 20. Vr.iviions
dull and drooping. Pork lower 14 30
11 ). Lard (air demand and lower at
fic spot; Oc February. Hulk meat dull
and a lhadn lowor. Shoulders 6je; K It
7Jc, S C 73. Scarcely anything doing In
Green rnonts quiet n'nd "weak; shoulders
6c S It 7jc. Whi'ky fa'.r demand and
ndvancod to 00.
St. Louis, January 0. Flour quiet
and unchanged. Wheat spring firm nnd
higher, No - 1 221 1!3; eolt 1 KtJU iC;
fall strontt, but not activo; No 3 red 1 40
t 43; No - 1 C3l CS. Corn in bettor
doinand Itighnr, S'o 2 mixed ofl'ernd Janu
ary at 67c: 68c bid ; No 2.tnixod sold, on
taack, in Hast St. Louis, C7(3)57Jc. Oats
in bettor doinand nnd higher; No 2 mixed
41fi)415o. Jlarloy unchanged. Jlyo steady
and firm, No 2 Rlf)82c Pork firm;
standard 15 00; dry salt moat quiot; losso
shoulders Oo; cloar rib "jc; packod lots Ju
hlehor. IJacon firm, shoulders 7J: elear
rib 8jc; clear 0?. Lard firm; round lots
primo stoim held at b-jc. Whisky liigher
y7c. Hogs closed dull 5 00()0 40.
OltT-KAV;; .Iinmry 0 Tlnu if.
good dfinind and smll itock; superfine
0 00; X 00; NX C CO; XXX 7 00
7 tO; family 8 00!' C2.. Corn quiet;
whito 733;7 1 ; yellow 76. Oati fiSfo GO.
iirnn firmer at 1 10. Hav firmer : nrlnio
'22 00 ; choico 20 00. Pork scarce and
firmer at 10 701J CO. Dry ealt moats
nono in first hands. Jlacan pcarco at 81.
0, 0. Now hams dull at I2j13. Lard
scarce nnd Ilnnor; steam 5i)Ji ', keg 9 (5)
10. SuL'ardulli inferior. -lfu, 11 : common
LGSi : fair to tllllv lair C(aTX : nrimn in
choico f (SjSJ. .Molassos supply light and
quality poor; common 40 ; tuir0:!!)7;
nrimo lo choice OOi.GQ. VlliaL-v m nrrn
andhlL'hor: Louisiana 1 OliWl Oil; (lln.
cinnntl 1 00. C'ollon in good demund ;
ordinary to prima 22()274.
D R. H U L T Vj
ut; :s M-ii.1. i.ivi.via .... in c.muo
II U oillce and tlUpcnsary at
KU. 112 KIGUTII STIIBKT,
lift. Commercial and Washington avvnucH
it h t! lln. thn iliti-lur fa mm nftltn ..l.l...t
pliytlciitu-i ot the placo, and hi diploma,
umi iiangH in mx uiucc, iiliowa llial lie han
been 112 jeur-i In tho prolcwilon. Jlo In doing
a larger ollleo prautlco than any other pin.
ili'lan, treating all Idndn ot chronic dUcunea
ot tho human syi-tom, hicIi a old ulcere, and
all dlseufcCH of the nlun, Jiumora and blood
poUmiaj alo dlneahoH nf tho throat; alo
all dlntfftN ot tho eyes ot 'yearn standing ;
also aitltlulul eyca lu-ortedj lletula cured
without tho use ol a Kiillo ; cancer) cured
by the application ot" medlclno pimples on
Llm fur.tk rAtiirivi.it nil m lr i-v .llui.nrtu
cured ; all forms of venereal and urlvato
disomies cured In tho rhortent tlmo; ccmla
weakllCbM uud neir.ali'is'i eureil In n .Im.
It U tell-ovldent that a physician trentlni
cuNea fur twnnty-two yoiirn acquires great
All I'nnftillta'.loua i-(iiitldntli.nl. In
uiuuiciius mrnisneu at ouiro in all
ro-itf tr.i dk. dvid umtt,
Tho largo stock of elegant
thy goorls.witli which Burger
filled lii-i new store-room a
few weeks ago, have boon
all ohl, the people
been unable to resist.
prices for which
wero olio red.
with a Still liner and nmro
beautiful assort inont of goods
absolutely tins cheapest and
best stock in iho city. Thu
hairs, etc.-, etc.. aro
at the vorv lowest-
shawls oclijisu any
now sold in Cairo, both for
beauty and cheapness ; and
his furs, nubias, scarf; etc.,
are also cheaper than the
cheapest. Ho has a full line
'loves in all colors,
kid gauntlets, and children's
woolen gloves in every style.
A large lot of moriuo under
wear for ladies and children
is being sold at fabulously
low prices, and a lartre lot
of litble linen, napkins, tow
els, sheeting, muslins, etc.,
etc. In short, if anybody
wants anything, atL any price,
in the lino of dry goods, or
notions of any sort, ho or
she will bo certein to find it
at Burger's and just as cer
tain to be suited in price as
well as kind or quality.
Till: CAlliO AND VlNCK.v.NKi
dliUKTKaT ltUL'TB fKUM CAIKO
Uontoii and all llaitcrn Polnti.
CHAN OF. OF TIME.
rV.UJfml -"'"'''"eiday, July 1, 1B73. trains
will run a. lollowt:-
Uotng north liHtvei Calroat 4:00 a.m.
Qolug kontu arrives at Cairo at. ... a:(0 p.m.
MOUXD CITT AOCOUMOVATlON.
uvie t airo at ll-JX a.m. and 11:00 p.m
Anlvo at Cairo at'J;00 p.m. and 0.00 p.m
Xhoexnrei trln iinnli ...I...L. i...
connes at l&Hi) p.m., maklug direct connec
V.V w I'.iu., mm iuu inuianapons and
Mnccnnca rallioad fur Indianapolis, tho
great railroad eentre, from which point
IraloH aro denartlug at nil hours, lor ull
w-iiiiis m toe . uited states and Canada. At
I'.m. wnu mo jivonviu and (.'raw
i:tsuerauru.iu. ior Terra Huuto. Indl
napoiu, Chicago, Danvlllo anil all polnti
nyrth, via tho 'leiru Haute. Lvatikvllle and
j-uk" "uroau, una cast via the Vandallu
i.i.u, umi jijuiaiiajiuu, ami. -31. i.ouh railroad.
At l:j.r) p in. with tho Ohio and Mli!p;il
railroad, fur f'lnilrtnMf i ..tiU..n i . n
Muunutit, mm uji
points eabt, via Cincinnati,
Paengois going by thh routo aro placed
In indlanapolhi, Cincinnati, Loulsvillo. .Now
iprK, uoiwii, riilladelphln, Jlaltlraore,
akJilngtoii, uud nil cadturn points tvolo
hours In advanco of .my other route.
Exprufn train makes connection ut Lido
rado with St. LouIh uud Southeastern rull
wy, lor St. Loulri, Sit. Vernon (IIIIiioIh),
Shawnertnvvn, and ull poluls between j;idij-
iftuu ami qv. I.lllll.,
At Norrln C'.ly makes c 'o-o connection
for optlngUeld, Jtoek Island, and all points
uii .-inumw hhu iiiiiiuis nouiuoBsiorn ran
nty uii i euuru(Ul(lll.
At Crnil Willi St. I..iiiIj 1-v-.i.i...iii.. it
dorson and Niislivlllo rallwuy Hue, lor Mt.
I anion (.n.ll.ti.u), i:,iiiHVIII, lletlderhnll
(Koutuoky), Nuihvllll iTeniic5Bo,.i I i
pomuonst. L., i;., '.imd.N. railway and
Hjicjago checked t .ii: Important iioint'
Utt; rorii;:Bctsitni Inlorniatlon apply at
tuo iiaucioiiicu, cniitr Seventh btroet and
vuiinuuiciiii .-unu i, tairo, juinoH,
(, L. W 'ai.siki:, Oou'l Sup't.
L. P. Winsoff, (len'l Passenger, Agt.
J. A. Ju.nkh, Agunt Cairo.
CAUtO, AHKANHAS AND TKXAS,
AND (JAUtO AJT1) KUli
'Hie khoituhl ami only direct routo (torn
Cairo to Jacksouport, Llttlo Itock, Hot
Springs, Fulton, and all point 'in Arkansas
aud tho Southwekt, TWKLVK HOURS IN
AD VAN CP, OF ANY OTHi:it ItOUTD.
Through tlckcln, through bills of lading,
and Information a to freight latos, pas
conger lure, connections etc., can bu b
talned ut the coinp.iny'a tslllco In Wlnter'H
block, coraer of .seventh moot and Com
Hacks will call at rrlvate residences and
hotel for passengers, when ordcinaio Iclt
Klcgant Pullman pal.uo sleeping mm on
all iiln'lit trains.
Trains run dully, (Sundays excepted) from
wiu i'uro uiuco us ioiiows :
Moiiiing Accommodation ut 7:So a.m.
Little Itock Texas Express.,,, U:3D a.m.
Evening Aocotntnod&tlou -:20 p.nj,
D. axtku, Chief ngiaocr.
(J. W. WHKKLtfl'C
VOOn .A-Xsf X3 COA1
Omt'i' AND VARD
Street, lielwucii Wsshlutert
A Urge Dtipplr of Pittsburg aud I lb;
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Stove
A'oud sawed to order. OrdtH for CCal or
wood should be lu.'t at too often on Tenth
lure ft. Term, canh on l UuT)'.
1NMAN lAUK "'
I.II-fH.lil Krnr-Yl'll! Mi.i l-illkJ-l.;.i.
NI.1 d'nnlfl SffTH tNllmi stitrj lM rklMl.
ir lKrrii Inn V.tt
KOH PASS AO H TIOKKTB
uu llkrils Ul.inol
li'l'LY TO JOUII (. Air
l l iin lnn i. rork, brta
ti. XI ii l I .
J J. P. L'ARKEK,
(SlU'ccisor to Parktr.v;ill).e,)
PAINTS AND OILS
lt '.lol.mr i tflmnln.tto
tinoM'LUiLii::i con ilru r. con
C 4.11.11 -
otin O. Ilannau.
JOHN Q. II Alt iM AN ii CO.,
And Land Agent-) of the llllnobi Cent
and llurllniti) u and Mlaiouriltallroad cuui
Siktlli fr, (iftitu Ut. KUil SSIil.t l.rir
Caiuo 13ox and Bask in1 Co.
Lmumi or all kinds,
iiaho ami horr.
K'eeP consUntly on haiio
Fl.ooltlNU A Nil SlDIK.l, ALSO JjATH.
V'll.t. AN'll VAItll t.-OUNKU .uiKrv-rouh.ii
BTRKKT A.Vll OUlu X.JVSf:.
PINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'lniiiii y..M. styi.icm,
n S . M . J A u k a O N
(Kornicrly Jin, Mwandtr.,)
announce th.il sho hi- Jt
aisortmont ol the
opened a large
Mlllinory Ooodi to l.e luuud in the market.
-iho will keep on baud
Hath, Uohnkth, Floweu-i. UiniuiMa
1)i;km:i Tiu.xiin-iw ,v Ai r. i;.,,w
LaDIKH FuilMHtllKO OniifiH. Nnrn'm.
C0LLAItl. TIvnirnMr vv.r. Tlm.Uu '
,,, oJ lotind In mlll'liicrV utorcil, ull
,., uu uirii-j-uu oi at me lowest
ii'ksa continuation of the pntnonagu which
inn been ho llbi-mlly bensowcd upon her by
tho ladies of Cairo and tho vltliutv. 1
KUW LIVERY STATU
ncrwusw wabu'it Avawun am wa
Dr. II. P,
I'leMa Inrofiu t(. paMio tli n
li I V li R Y .V V
SSuVj! "u,,,"v, of Tenth trel a- n.ra
III. f.lblca will l.e limuiitio.l m, aollu llllt (((
AND GOOD VEUIOLKa.
"ourVlS- Xt?P at al
on the lowest teruiV; ' 8 "l ",ln "tt,e "
t. x Kiaumouaii,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
urt-ei Hit ! Wa.Ulnluu Aveutir.
631" All kinds ol Jobbimr work .in....
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