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THE CAIRO DAILY BtifitiETJN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14,rlS74.
flaUl rret the City ami County.
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Invariably la advance.
MI ttr B vry smite.
Tns famine In lieogel, say UU dis
patth from the. Kat, li already earning
great dittrou in lomo parti of that af
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OvniNO tho year 1S73, Illinois built
two hundred and tlfty-threo and & half
mile of railroad, contldorably lets than
one-half the numbor of tnllei luilt In
Two thouiand and one hundred citir.unt
of Colorado havo petitioned congress for
tho admission of the territory
Iti Toting population shows an Increase of
seven thouiand In 1873 over that of 1872-
CoKORae asks Secretary Kobceon to
give adetailod account of the manner in
which he ha spent four million dollars,
appropriated .for his department In De
cember. The secretary hu enlisted nf
toen hundred seatuon for the navy for
whom he want an additional appropria
tion. Ai the lato enllitmenti are taid to
be unlawful, tho probability i that lio
will not get it.
1' mi id ext Graxt hat been, or ii about
to be provided Congress pauci a special
act permitting him to take it proicntod
with a magnificent iword by the Caitellar
irovernsnent In Spain. The iword ii ono
of th "Toledo Blades." Ono sido con
taini an ngraved Hit of all tho battles
participated in by Gen. Grant.durlng tho
rebellion on tho other are the words "Lot
us have Peace." The sword is now in the
possession of tho state department, from
which it will, no doubt, soon be trans
ferred to the hands of its intended owner.
Ik his spooch to the class of young law
yers admitted to tho bar at Springfield
last week, Chief Justice Breeso said "gon
ius is industry." If this assertion is cor
recet, the plodding lawyer, who burns the
midnight oil and gives no ovidenco of tho
possession of that brilliancy which is tho
result of genius, as the world understands
genius, may take heart. But facts contra'
diet the Chief Justice. It is true, indus
try contributes to th inQuenco of genius,
and often places in the hands of mediocrity
weapons with which it assaults gonitis suc
cessfully. It may even glvo influence to
stupidity, but it cannot glvo to its possos
sor genius. Genius obtains with little U
bor, and when coupled with industry daz
zles while it convincos and charms while It
persuades. Genius is power and cannot
be associated with stupidity, but industry
and stupidity often go hand in hand,
Tui abolition of the free railroad pass
system has had one remarkably good effect
Ileretoforo tho working days of the state
legislature have been supposed to numbor
six during th week. But when mcmbori
held free panes, the number of working
days Iwas practically lour. An adjourn
ment took place on Friday, members
gathered la lrom their homes on Monday
and on Tuesday resumed the business of
the state. List week, the adjourn
ment took place Saturday even-
inr and on 31onday raornini; of
this week, both houses met at tbo
ciual hour. If this is continued, as It
probably will be, the good effect of tbo
no-pass system may easily bo calculated.
Th state get Its due what it never got
before the full time of its hired servants.
Two days a week are at the rate of about
nine days a month in a session of three
months, with no Friday adjournments, tho
working days foot up at many as thoio of
a session of four months under the old
plan, and instead of each ineinber drawing
month's wage for days spent outside of
tho capital, the money is left in the stato
treasury, wher it belongs.
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.--
"WHAT OF THE FUTUBE?
Tho political situation is interesting, and
speculation upon tho probable and possible
effect existing conditions of popular sen
timent will haver upon the ptrtliMi organ
izations of the country, is not at this time
either a dull or unprofitable pastime.
lie must be blind as a bat in sunshine,
who does not see that tbe popular political
agitation of tbe past year, extending
throughout all tbe "West, and other por
tions of the country, have takon from a
large mass ot tho Republican party tho
fetters of partisan slavery, and have made
that mass an element of political strength
dangerous to the domination of republi
canism. At this fact tho Democrats havo
been looking with tho intensctt interest
and pleasure. In this loosening of the
bonds of the political despotism ot ltadi-
calistn, the Democracy believo they sou an
advantage to their own party that will
give to it victory at the polls.
This hope of success on the purl of the
Democratic leaders is the stumbling block
of tbe opposition. At Ml times, tho Dom
ocratlo party hu been a resoluto organiza
tion. In disaster it has stood beforo tho
fo. beaten but undaunted. "When it was
in greUt distress, defeated at all points
overwbelmd by a storm of battles, it con
tinud to bear itself with the insolence of
party of th majority. It would have
no allies-wbo refused to ralso Its flag, and
ndors all lU act of tho past, it was
and is Bourhonic. Chambord lost Franco
bcauso ha clung to tbe lilies, that were
vmbollcal of a system of
iff tie government, and tbe Democratic
leader hav more than once lost victory
by clinging to rjrt itiues.
I has wad their party obnoxious to many
! thousands of tie American people, who,
j although they havojlearbed to detest Had
j Icalism, will not consent to bo niarslialod
I under tbo Democratic bannir. They say
to tho leaders of the Democracy, as tho
r'rench people said to Chambord, "Take
down your flsg, let us unfurl another that
will bo tho symbol of political reforma
tion, put rtt the hoad of tbo army com
manders untarnished by tho suspicion of
corruption, and togcthor wo will advance
to victory.' The reiponso has boon, "No;
march undurour Hug or march alone."
There was a time when tlie Democratic
leaders, having thu refused oroture ot
alliance, could lead tLe party off Into Its
old paths, but r.ll tho stgns of tho tunes
Indicate that the power of those preju
diced blunderers is broken, and that tho
Democratic masses have at last come to
the determination to disregard tho rally
ing cries of tbe Chambord s of th party,
and unite niththedisatTci ted Republicans
in a now organization. If they do, tbe
downfall of the Itadtcal party will inevit
The Anti-Monopoly, or what 13 called
the farmers' party, is tho nucleus of tho
new organization into which Democrats
must go, if they wish success. Atprcsent
tho Farmers' party Is too exclusive too
much liko a close corporation. Its mem
bcrs are vory earnest men. They act like
enthusiast. Impulse leads them. But in
due tlnui, the fervor of'lhe party; modi
fied by events, will havo
cooled down from its present
red-hot heat; reason nod wise policy will
havo boon takon into council with eiitbtt
siasm ; the platform of the party will
have become broader; a movement; local
In its incoption will have become national,
and then victory will not long refuse to
give to it f uccess. This we believe this
wo hope for.
(Special Correxpoudunco of the HiiUettn.
Ansa, Jan. 13, 1971.
Kditok Hullktis : You seem to have
ostracised mo from your list of eleemosy
nary subscribers for that I have been too
lazy to "send you a few line occasionally
as I hud promisod.
In extenuation 1 might say that my
"lines" havo not fallen upon pleasant
places lately but self excuse aru ''odrous"
and they shall remain in the dep bosom
of my shirt front, buried.
Thus far in our journey towards tho
vernal equinox wo have been In tbo full
enjoyment of most splendid weather,
l'oets talk of "Winter lingering in tho
lap of .Spring," but during the past weeks
it would seem that the coy damsel has
boon toying with tho old griy beard, soft
ening his asperities and keeping bis heart
warm with tender caresses.
To-day, however, the old tyrant has
shnken oil this gentle dalliance, and
shows himself overy inch an ice-king.
Last night old Boreas let slip tbe north
winds, and they camo down like a wolf on
the fold. This morning tho woods, tbe
orchards and tho bosom of mother nature
aro corcroit with inr )..
walks and streets are navigablo for skates
only, and pedestrians who vary in the
clightost dogreo from the porpondlcular
suddenly assume tbe horizontal position,
and sco moro stars than Galileo ever
dreamed of. Men who have not been able
to makobolh ends meet during the panic,
arc like to do so to-day, If they go on tbe
streets for change. Our;ide-ivalk fund
has boon hovering on tbe bordors of bank
ruptcy, but Alderman II., with his side-
walk committee, Is out to-day, taking ac
count of assets, and reports the 'liabili
But enough ot a tubjucl -o chilly that
qulnlno fails to wirm It.
Our potlto aylvan city with the gentlo
name of Anna, has not taken many steps
in tbe march of progress during tho pan
year, boveral dwellings, two largo brick
blocks and a cipacious and beautiful brick
church havo been built. One of the now
stores is owned and occupied by AV. Da
vie, tho venerable pioneer merchant, who
might justly bo termoJ the fittber of
The other block was built by It. Xorrls
tbe hardwaro merchant. In tbe largest
lower room Mr. Falkinsou, tho tole
grnphic expert, has opened an Institution
lor tho purpose or teaching tho mystori
ous art of telegraphy. Ho has a largo
class and tho busy tick of tho Instruments
keeps tlmo to the music of cowing
machines in Mils McKlunoy'a nillincry
and dress muking establishment above
The now church was built by the He
formed Society and ii an ornament to our
city and creditable to the builders. The
spire it 'J10 foul in height, is symmetrical
In shape, surmounted by a goldeu cross
and forms u prominent feature in a view
of our town as you approach In either di
rection. The churcli will be furnished In
a flrst-rato stylo and will seat nearly 300
porsons. Tho windows are filled with
stalnod glass, arranged In hnntifu pHt
terns. Of course gossip from Ann without
something about the asylum in It would
be a most lame and Impotent thing.
oll, the Southern Illinois Insauo
Asylum is "running," at horulded by the
press, tho institution was opened on tho
17th ult., with du pomp mid ceremony,
and although there was an unexpected
paucity of attendance, the notables present
come ssway tulUUed with all they taw la
the house of nonsense. Ton patients have
been received and many morn vM umn
vine quite tuunliigly escaped. Ha
had been in our county jail for larceny
when his mind "went all tigUe," and ho
was removed to the asylum, after due tria
ot Lit mental status. There sas method
in his madness and his rtillnt; p.vtlon wa
strong in the.wreck of mind, etc., for ho
stolohis keopors overcoat and lied Into the
nlc1''- Moiik Anon.
From .New York.
Mw om,, January 13. F.x-Seuator
Graham, tbe defaulting presldont of
"Walkil National Bank, wat to.dav :
lencea so ten years imprisonment in th
Reported Expressly Tor the Bulletin,
b KM ATE..
'jiiiiMnoN, January IX Mr. Forry
of .Miehignn.taid as he shared In the pub
lic anxiety that the senate should u on
tho question of linanco immediately, ho
proposed to modify hit substitute for tho
resolution of the committee, so as to nar
row tbo stibje-'t down" to ifiAiilernto itu
orease of rnrroncy. He therfore with
drew the substitute formerly preented by
him and submitted the following That
the committee bo directed to report to tb
senato.at at early a day us possible, such
measures at will' restore i.-iuioercul ion
Qdonconnd givo stability and etattkity to
a circulating medium through a moderate
increase of currency
Mr. Frelinghuysen spoke rgainit tho
Dilation and In laror of tbe return to
pcie payment . making tho I'nlted
States notes legal tender was only n ei
erci.o ol war power, but tho tlaiu bad
now como when the eierci-e of that
power should cease and an earnest effort
bo made to keop,tho solemn pledge of the
nation. If the sv.'lem of paper expantion
wat insisted on, the" day uf government
Lankrupicy wouia oe sure 10 come. ' m
conclusion ho presented a bill to secure
resumption if spctte payment without
contracting tbe current., and It was re
ferred to tbo committee on Finance. It
authorizes tho secretary of tho tresiury to
fsue $rj3,eOO,oo or o'per cont ten-forty
bondi to be disposed of from time to time
for tbe purchasing $:0i),000,0o0 of gold
coin with which to redeem the legal ten
der of the United Strtei and
it shall be in tbe discretion of tho
secretary of tho treasury so soon as bo
shall deem it expedient, with such amount
of gold as for tha timo boing ho may-h.tvo
received, to commonce and continue tie
redemption of legal tenders. AVhen re
deemed they nro not to be rc-Istuod ex
cept in oxba'ngo for gold coin at par, and
when so re-issued thoy shall be redeema
ble In gold coin, but the tot.-U amount of
legal tenders outstanding and redeomud
shall at no timo excoed $jOJ,000,(uO. Tho
further providOs that If after commencing
tho redemption tho government shall bo
unablo to redeem a part of tho legal ten
dors in gold, the secretary may rodeom
them by exchanging for them the received
bonds at par.
Mr. Gordon introduced a resolution di
recting tho commilteo on civil service
and retrenchment to inquiro Into the ex
pediency of reporting a bill to reduce as
last ns possible, tbo compensation of all
officers of the army and navy, where sala
ries execod ,000 por annum, and asked
that it be laid on tbo table for tbe present.
A message received from tbe homo
announcing the adoption ot a resolution
in ro'pcct to tho mcmorv of James Brooks
and Wilder D. Foster.
Mr. Kenton addressed the senate on tbe
life and character of Brook, and Ferry
ot Ilchigan, doliverod an eulogy on .Fos
ter, after which the usual resolutions in
respect to their raomory were adopted and
the Senato adjourned,
ilr. Ellis H. BobertJ in tbo chair. Tho
following ainondment which was offered
by Mr. Kendall provoked .considerable
discussion: ' ' .
Any person holding an office or ap
pointment under the authority of tho
United States, who shall contract or
authorize of consent to any expenditure
within any fiscal year over or bevond the
uppropi'tu'oiis rui suun year and for such
purpose, for which such appropriations
may have been specifically made; or who
shall at any time contract for or authorize
or consent to any expenditures over and
above appropriations made beforo such
time, aim! I bo guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof thall be
fined not lest than 10C0 and not moro
The discussion turned largoly on the
extravaganco of the supervisiui: architect
of tho 'treasury in the crootiou of pub
lic buildings all over the coutry.
Jir. uecK asserted mat ttio cost of t lie
Xew York postoillce was limited to three
million dollars and that of Boston to ono
and a half millions; tbo former had al
ready cost nearly six millions and tbe
latter nearly three millions.
The amendment was allowed to lie over
for further action. "Without making any
progress on tbo bill tho committee roto.
Tno uouse men tooK up mo donate sub
stitute for tho bill in relatioa to saloons.
Mr. JIuilbut said It had boon bit fortune
to propose to tbe liouio a measure which
tne House had passed, and to which tho
Senate had adopted a substitute. Ho pro
posod to accept that substitute a- a satis
factory solution of the vexed question.
Ho didn't propose to lead In tho measure,
but would ylold tho floor to the chairman
of tho special committoo to which the
Houte originally rolerrcd tbo subject.
Mr. Halo, of Maine, said that in or
der to bring tho IIouso to n vote on tbo
bill without further complications, he
would movo that tho Houso concur in tho
Sonato subttilute, nnd on tlint ho moved
tho previous question,
Mr. Butler and Dawes desired to offer
or indicato an amendment, but Mr. Halo
Insisted on tho provious question, and be
lieved that if tno Houre should begin to
maku changes In the hill it would drift
nobody knew whoro,' and the whulo tub
ject would be open again. Tbo bill was
now nearly clear as though a suliton
tlul repeal ol tho Increase of last tcsMon,
na lie believed tho House could do no
better than tako it.
Mr. stated that be and manv
others wore opposed to both tho Sunato and
iiouso mils, and desired to non-concur. In
order to not a liotter law.
T no previous question was seconded by
20 i'i lo7, and the substltuto Win auread'
to yeas Tia, nays 2S. The bill now goes
to the l'retidont for approval.
j. 110 votes in llie negative werogivon by
Mossri. Albert. Avorill. llarrv. Civmur.
Cox, Crottland, Hays, Hlnos, ICelly, Kon
dall, Lawson, Moroy, Ncgly, Vlatt, ljar-
1011, Hani-g.iHloii. htand lord. Ktorm. Stow.
oil, Todd, "Waddol, "Whitney, Willinnn, of
WiMCKsiUKitr; January Humors
are rifo concerning a gcnhril striko'timoDg
uiu miners tnrouguoui me Antnreqio coai
"-Boii, mm no iittio excitement uairoauy
uiim-u;wi. a meet np or miners and la
bornre of AVashlngtyn county, was held
at l'lytnouth a day or two slnuu. attended
by over 700 mliien. 'l'liey concludod to
uuiw wmi iuu naiionai organictUqii, the
last mooting of which was held at Olove
land last fall, and to place themselves un
oer Its caro and direction. It was their
unanimous opinion that the
which thoy had been working were too
low, and that operators could afford to rmv
more, and that an advance should 1 10 de
manded lor the basis ot 1874.
From Nun Orleans.
Nkw Ohlisanb. January 13. Hub
bard's ropo factory, on lloman street, and
live adjacent house burned. Loss $5,000.
Tho buildings on l'oydras street, occupied
by Jltppaol, Jiohouthars shoe store, C. TI.
vintnrs, printers, and warnhonso wnro
Memi'his, JaniiaVyR-J-At' metlaff
uf tho Howard Ailociatloh last night the
following rosoliitlpn wAifnJopted:' 4H
Wborerts, It ueinostu'? us tbal,ther.ls
great destlttitlon'a'nd con-eqiieut suffering
among tho pcoplo of cortaln sections and
especially In largo cities of various slates
that contributed so generously to tho re
lief of our tick and dcslituto dtiiing tbo lato
yellow fovorposlileneo, it is tho so use "this
association that f :!0,000 of tho f 13,000 now
in our bands, bo'plafod to tho:crdit of the
several states In proportion to tho amounts'
contributed to HA by the samo.to be drawn
as they may need and call for It. Tbe re
mainder to ha kept lor our owu ink and
1 here whs a most disgraceful sceno at
the l oard of aldermen last night Aldor
man lUviiof the 3d ward ruing for a per
sonal eiplanation to rharget In regrad to
an attempt to bribe Alderman Dent, of the
;th ward, M vole for Klenler at
chairman, uus interrupted by Dint,
who spoke or Davis at a villain Davl
retorted, You're a liar. Dant rushed at
him and attompted to striko him. Dent
drew a pistol, when he was solred by the
J.icr police. Soveralof Davis friend
attempted to triko l).nt after he wat in
custody, and a general melee ensued, In
which tal-'es were broken end chalrt
knocked ovrr. Dent wai finally marched
0J, to tho ttAtton''houso and required. to
pat u; forfeit for his appearance Id-day,
when he was Unod titty dollars and 1-
3ulred to gtve a bona of three" thousand
oltr for hit appearance at tho criminal
I.oi iwi.i.k, January 13. The Louis
ville liord of TraleJ which suspended
some weeks since, i to bo re-opened to
morrow under very favorable auplce, the
directors having obtained tho exclusive
privilege of commercial dispatches, which
it is thought will Insure a permanent sue
cort. Dudly While, colored, charged withtho
nulrdor'of Jonathan (iitrnett, under very
brutal circumstances, in Miiblenburg
county, n lew days since, was taken out ol
tho county Jsil at Greeuvlllo on Thursday
night last by a body of ' armed men
with concealed faces, and hanged to a tree
near by. The jailor attempted to resist,
but several men pointed guns
at hi breast and ordered litm to de
liver the koyt, which bo did. At tho ex
amining trial of "Whito tho day tefore,
ho was guarded by a largo sheriffs posse,
and such wat tho ditordor in the court
room that the trial bad to ba postpcheJ.
It is said that tho names of lome Of tho
participants in the hanging aro known,
and that steps will bo taken to bring them
Bos 1 on, January 13. A commilteo in
terested in labor reform, waited on the
mayor and presented an address asking
tbe city authoritcs to commence extensive
public improvements in order to g!vo em
ployment to the applicants for work, and
ueolaring the willingness of tho workmen
to accept tho city scrip, if tbo want of
funds is plead as an excuse for not grant
ing the request. The public funds cannot
bo used for unnecessary work. This plan
would incroao an already large class who
lean upon the government for support, in
stead of depending upon their own exer
tions. In conclusion the mayor said,
"tho out look docs not appear to'mc at all
gloomy. The effects of the lata financial
HISnpl.non !a nlrALftv hfcitint ivuv. Our
mucttiiactliraa" will iOOni'. LTeStttn Jtbair.
wonted activity and?f have to doubt"
thero will soon bo plenty :or an wno ae
TIIK iTP"" VltTlVJt
LorisMLLK, January 11. The strike on
tho J. M. & I. railroad fin-illy onded yea
tcrday by the striking engineers applying
in a body to tho ollicers of tbe road to bo
re-instated. Ike superintendent replied
that their positions had all been filled by
new men and ho proposed to to retain
these men on businett principle!.
RIVER NEWS. -
Itlne mid FmII or the ItlVI'.tlN
Kor'JI hour- ending 3p.m., Jan. l:!, 1871
Above , Changes.
6TATIO.NS. water. 1 Ulse. Fall.
.'.. . ,r .l x y 0 f i5
on.; :...ro o
New Orleaux ...
St. Joseph I 0
St. Louii ' r.
St. l'ati 1
'Surl.ii'i. oi wutcr liclow heneii mark.
Observer hli?. Her. IJ. f. A
I'lTTbiiuito, .lantmry 13. Klvor 8 foot
8 Inches and falling.
Littlk Boi.'K, January 13. "SVenthor
cloudy and warm. Itlver doclinlng, 2
feet o inces by gauge. Arrived Dan
ville. Departed Oltirksvllle, Atom-
n kw uiiLKA.M, .lanuary is. Arrivou
Bismarck, St Louis. Departed (Jarrio
V KounU nnd Ilenrv Ames, St Louis:
Seminole, "Wlte river. Woather cloudy
YifKHHUKti, January 13. Arrived
down Oily ot (Julnoy, 11 S Turner,
Natchez. Up Colora'do, Solma, .1 W
Mills Weather cool and cloudy. Itlver
Namivii.lk, Janttarv 13. Itlver do-
ollning slowly, with 3U tcet on tho shoals.
Arrived iivtiman and ooole, I'auucan.
Donnrted Dadyvlllo. unner Cumber
land and Cook for Tadueah, ' l'.aining all
Mkmi'iiih. January 13. Weather cold
and cloudy. lllvor rising. Arrivod
Juliu, Vlcktburg; Andy' Baum, Cincin
nati; toiio, ntxiouis. jopartea uion-
coe, Wow urieans; Hullo Tos, j'mo
Blufl ', Lewis, St Louis.
LuuirtviLLK, January 13. Blvor fallen
U Inches In the -I hours ending at 0 p. m.
at that hour tho marks showed 21 foot In
canal and 19 feet in past. Arrivod 1'ut
Hogors, Memphis. Departod l'at Bog
ers, Cincinnati; Itobt. Mitchell, New Or
loans' The weather It damp and drizllng,
KVANbvn.Lt, January 13. Weather
cloudy, with signs ol rain. Mercury 32
to il, Tho rlvor has rlson It) Inchos and. Is
about stationary. Arrivod un Iillowlld.
Uoo llobortf, J N riillllpi, Mary Amont,
Shippers' Own, Arlington, J'oytonla and
uurgct. iiowri I loronee I.eoaml IJilIch
iti'fi, lliltlness artlvo,
t$xr OrtLEiNij,, January; li. Conn
easier, white 71c' Oats lower Mo. Bran
dull. Dry, salt meats firmer at CJQSJe.
Molasses null, fair iig,59s7 prime to choice
00(i"i;C7c; others unchanged,
Mkmpims, January 13. Corn
meal firm. Corn easy and active 70; ear
and sholled 70f)"lc. Oats Armor at,67c.
Butter quiot 'JM?,3'2c. Eggs dull nnd riom
nal. Lard quiot unchanged; bulk meats
firm end' unchanged, Coffee scarce aod
firm 'JS33c. Votatocl dull and lower
1 ":.a 83.
CiUCAQO, January I y. Flour Jlrtu.
Wheat llrm; No 1 1 27A; No'Jl 23 j, bid
cash; 1 27$(lijl 'IS February; 1 30 March;
No 3 1 lfjjl 18. Cum in fair demand
and lower; No i doted steady at 01
cash, or 01 February ; now Ho C (AQj'u,
Oats quiet and unchangod; No'J 43 cash ;
43 February. Kyo scarce and firm; No
2 tresh SI, Barley steady ; No 'J 1 60
l to; No 2 1 2CGTjl -10. Fork-en spot 1
steady at 14 10; futures dull, unsettled and 1
lower t U Co February; U 10 March, j
Lard steady ; t) on spot ; 1 February ; 5
March. Hulk meats steady; shoulders
loose f4 clotr loose 7. (ireeti meats
steady, shoulders quoted at &; bams S
fliSj for 1C lb avoragos. Whisky In ar.
live demand, with prices advanrod to 07.
Nrw Vor.K, January 13. Klourstoady
super 6 10(0 CO: common to good 7 COfo)
1 :'.0! iood tn ebntrn 7 S.ri'.l7 SO' whlln
'wheat 7 S0(.i8 3.1. "Whisky lower 1 00
1 Oci. Wheat demand quiet; No
Chlcngo spring 1 ot; No 2 Mil
waukee I tlf.jl CO; Northwestern spring
1 Olfil C5; No 1 Iowa 1 CC(S)1 CI. Bye
firm. Barley scllrco. Corn firm, western
mixed In store 90Vl)c; afloat 03003:;
new western alloat Sogb'Jc. Oats quiet
white western OOfJT 07. Code quiet and
firm. Sugar heavy. Molasses quiet. Fork
heavy, now nie'S 10 'iZ(C, r,o ; ostra
prime 1C &'.'. lteof unchanged; middles
hcauy, long clear SJc; short char 8jc;
long and short clear January fijc; Febru
ary 8;o. Cut meats quiot. Dry salt
shoulders Oic Lrd heavy, prime steam
91(2,9 5-ir,c" spot; March '..g.Oj"; April
Sr. Lou.-, January 13 Hemp dull
nnd unchanged. Flour dnll ; low grades
lS'-'oc lower. "Wheat spring firm and
hlghor; No'-' 1 281 29; fall strong and
hlghor; No 3 red 1 4I1 40; No 3 1 6.1
(ii)l 00. Corn active and bighor; Not!
mixed C000 cash; C4J March. Oats
opened firm and closed dull ; No 3 mixed
1 1. ',04.',. Barley firm and held hlghar.
Itye higher ; No"'J 8283. Fork stoady
at II 75(7., lo 00. Dry salt meats quiet
but firm; looto shoulders C; clear rib 7;
clear 88). Bacon steady; shoulders 7j;
clear rib bj; clear 'J; hams 111'-'. Lard
In speculative demand and stroncnr for
round lots j prime steam 8Jg9J. Whisky
steady and firm at 97. Hogs firm and
higher; llcht 4 OOgj 00; heavy 6 lo
.1 f0 ; bulk sales u 3.1o 10. Cattle
quiet ; fair to cboico native steer 4 '.'J;
o 7C; fair to good Texas 3, 0&3 70.
Httstti si. Ie
CITY NATIONAL liANK, OAlltO
A. 11. SAKKOIUJ, l'retdnt;
b. 8. TAYLOR. Vloe-l'reBldent;
H. UVai.OI', docrotarj and TreiMUrei
P. M. Htkcm,
K. H. bmcat uia,
fici. Q. Bcat'B,
U. f. Bmiui,
ru B. Oeinniaaa,
J. H. 1'um.in
Dopoalta vl aijr Amount vet! from
ifa jsau vpwarati.
ITEKEST paid on depoelU at the rata ol mi
poroont. pr annum, March Island B(im
br Int. loUrMtnol wlibdrawo is oddoJIsamo
diatel to the pnoclpal of Ihu depoalts, thereby
Rtrlog them ood) pound Interoit.
MABHIBU WOMIlf AKO OUILLaatf MAT
to TiAt no oaa ust cm iituw it.
Open vi try builaesn day from a.m. to p.m
and Bturdev ejr.ag tor HAVING UKHOdl'lt
cnlT, from to t o clock,
jiootl W. HTai.OP.TtMitiirer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
ill t Kit,
OAIMTAL., . ,
I L i, i H o i n
, - . I1()0.0(J(J
Wi I. lULLlUAV, fcixldeol,
lltCWKT 1.. HALLIUAI, Vice-fie. Ufnl
A. II. HAKKOKD, Uuhlnr;
t'ALTtn HTriLOi', Atlltn Uil,wr-
tSTlATI TlirLO. IUiMAT U. UlIlJHi,
Hun ImUaluimv. W. V. UxlLlVAt,
(Imo. U. wiLLiAiiso, UTtruais uiuk
A. a. ttAsroau,
BsolintiKs C'olu nnd Vtsltsyl rISsiKi
IlouiU lloaarht and (told.
UKHOHITH roeelved, aad
a anerl liinktai
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Millkh, President.
J. M. lm Ml-B, Vlco-l'resldent.
Ciub. Cunningham, Canhler.
UOLLKOTIONU ?B0M1'TLY MADK.
EXOIUNflK, ootn. bank BOtea aad UIU
HUtee eeourlt'es loimlit and told.
Innrwi Allnw , -f Hum tiimlt
HKAIi KISTATB AUKlfSJlTv
U. WINSTON & JO.,
RtiAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HauotdJ ri.oon) oiiio i.avisa,
HUT and Bull Ual Khtati,
VUBNIBU ABSTMAOTH Olf
Cs'WHKEfiEH, a Pj
OFFICII J.Vi V.tlllt:
Tenth Mreel, between tViblnjtOli
. H ( ;
A IIK "Uoolj of I'lthliiii tuJ bit
Muddy ol constantly on lmuj. Stove
wood sawed to order. Order for etui or
wood should be left at the otticn gu Tntti
ttreet. Terms, cilaU on JtU trj.
Uti(,bi rt i. it KtJ rLi'J.ii.L .
ti.t waaikivi im nmnmu ti. mil
fur 0fljly it. bun.
If OK FABSAOK '1'lCK.KTtJ
tlFfLY TO JOHN, U. Air
IB hri4aai N tuii, .r I.
WAKD A HUHKHT.S,
Daxi.Khe i.i Wimihiw Siiiiio-e,
Wall Vxrxn, ITnta Wuira
Lxaii, I.l.l n a l) Oil.
I' I KITS TUUI'KNTINa, (ll.US
aiiKLl.if, Aluoiiul, Ktc, Kn'.
VOi Comuieiiial duu.
OaIHo, . . - ll.l.lNol
Caiuo Rox and Basket
LUMHEK OF ALL KINDS
SI Attn A.MS HOVV.
Keel' coiKtautlv onhaiiU
l'i.uouifo and tiit'iMU, ai.bo Lath.
kit li. and rxiiD cesxiH Tumrr-roUHTU
STniCST ANI 0(110 LIVXK.
' " JA1R0. - ILLINOIS. 30-7
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
t'HHftll rAI.I. STYI.KN.
i A C K B 0 N
(Formerly ilr. bwndr,)
announce that liu bi Just optlieJ a Uro
anboruuenl of the
klo.ST KAHH ION A lILE.'
Millinery Ooodi to be found m tlie market,
dlie will keep on hand
UAT.H, BotCNXTSI, Kl.OWKHrt, ItlUIIOMS,
Dhkhb Trimminuk or All Kinds,
Lahikh i-'uRKisiii.su O oo Lit, Notion,
CoLLAim, U.soraiLtKVKa, Hurra,
And all goods found In millinery utorcn, all
ol whleh will be disposed of at the loweat
each prices, Mrs. Jackaon respectfully
ankita continuation of tho pataonage which
lias been bo libciully behtaowed upon her by
the lailieo uf Cairn and the vitlnitv.
NEW LIVERY . STABLE
iiHTWisatf wajiu' avmnuh Attn WAi.ani
Hr. II. P. rUUn laforuia turn
putjllu ttll tl ll
L i v a h r s r a u i,
bu tUt corthMlwl tide i.frLlL allael a u4u
Hl UUbl( llt be fuiolatiiHl wilt, nuur Lul ll.
AND OOOD VKUIOLES.
aad tho public may be accommodated at ol
oure of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terma.
Dr. Klolds asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deallu
aad rtrlrt attention tn himlnom.
B. FT PARKER,
(Siiveesaor to Parker A'.lllake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
WAliL PAP Jill,
4aJ the oelebrated illuujluatln
tlHOSU' LU1LDIHIJ OOB llTU HT. AOOM
K. SMYTH 6t (JO.,
nro. eo ohio XiSvimia
OA i ust. ithiiittoia.
nor. Commercial Av.nd lOlh Si,
a. :w id a o a
ii ji ,i e t i (i x M i: it ii a
h f.O U .Fd: Ci H.A.1.U,' :
HAY AMD WfcrJlKN PKODUOL.
oil 10 I.EVEC.
O. t'l.08B, "
I UfcNEKAL ruMMIlilOn MtHCaift I'
AJid dell iu
t.lUk, UlutM, I'lielia, Ujlh. KtJ
N M SStltf l.fivcc,
UT will (ell lu .r load lull l bikl.UU
tiiim..' piluen. ddlny Irelstht. 4-111
.1. M. FhlLLlFd,
E'orwrtrdiug aud OumUiiswioD
W U A Urr-bUA l' i'KOf hlstTOU.
'lpatd Li lorward all kinds
lu all polnta.
llllollieaa nttrlidvd to oroiuptlv.
1). a vans.
It. J. AYJCHI
AY KU3 X CO.,
UKNEIIAI, COMMISSION MKKOUANTS
Nn 7m I.MVMts.liHiuOAiao. I LIji.
vviio'ii kTttkniiouse tmo.
Grnerl Oonuuitsioo Mrelio
("'OKFKV, HAltKIiiOM Jc CO.,
(fjtim eori to D. Utird A HobO
ri.SSI W.UKAl.t A!U HAT.
No 03 Obiu Lv, CAIKO,;iLia.
tl. A. Thorns L. D, Thouu
TUOM8 A BROTHER,
SucceiKn to U. M.IIulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BHUK m
tttaflo mmd fautejr UruM.
Foreign and DotueaUu
&4 Coiutuarclal Avenue,
OAIHO. - - ILLINOLS.
DEALEHB IIS FLOUR, CORN
Oati, Hay, etc.,
AOKNT8 rosi FAIKBANK'S dOALKd
Ohio Levee. CAIUO. fLLlNOlB.
(. I). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer la
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
Dents and tilling orders.
given to consign-
JOHN B. PHLLia HUN,
IttuaoaaawD lu luUb si. I'tilllla,)
DKALKRH IN HAY, CORN, OATH,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AOKNTri KOH LAKLIN AND HAND
Uok. Tkntii Uthkkt AVI)
J. D. IMUVft.
W.Stratton. T. Itu. I
. STRATTON & BIRD,
COM MISSION M KIU'II AN I ,H,
Agents American Powder .Company
No. 57 Ohio Lcvec,