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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1874.
WHIT A CO.,
(Btxeassors to L. Jorenien,
STAFLK & FAN'CY GllOCKRIKflj
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
I Oaaatrj Vtodact of all kinds.
rOar af Twaatleth Stmt,
MrA ibmI of choice butter from
arias constantly on band.
f aha Cltjr mm Ooaaly.
JOaUl H, OBK&LY, Kdltor nd Publlahei
I WTD DAILY HULLtTLN
.yasttter f 'A
rkr wtriir, la adrance 10 00
Om year bjr Barrier 1 sot pild lu
Uh rear 10 00
tiim or wiiBtr bullshit.
Yaar 1 00
larartably la adrance.
attar ass Torr pasro.
Th Ballroad tad Warehouse Cosnmls
aUaiaea raaart that tha total office eipenses
f aaa Oesamission iloci tbt adjournment
f tka Gaatral Aaeambly la April Itit
hare fcaaa $3,711 47, and th eoit daring
tha aaaae pariod for inTattlgationi by i(d
O asaUiioa amounts to tht turn of $3r
Tnm city of Haw Orlaani U making
elaborate preparations for tba celebration
af Maril Urea la February. Exourslon
tbkaUoBtha Illinois Central railroad,
tnm St. Loulana Chicago, will ba sold at
law ratae far tha round trip, and will ba
gaot freai tha olghth of February till tba
walRk of March.
Tib wasae of Ohio ara to bay a tha
haaaaaf Bedding for themselres whetb
ara bo thay wish to tote. Tha state leg-
Ulatara ara considering a res
la! . t
nnuea requsaiing me con-
mutleaa) eanrentloo to submit
at a aaaarata clause, to tha woman of Ohio,
aw ejueeiioa ;oi woman's sunrage, all fa
aaalaj af aouad miad and twenty-one
raara aid to be allowed to vote on tha quae-
Uaa, aaa, If decided in the afflraaatlra
tka aha taaaa ahall ha a part of tha con
UM. Tha day tha Toting comas of will
a aa iatarattlns; one in tha Buckeye
Teb aalary grab kaa at last lean dis.
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anac soma discussion, by a rota of two
assured aaa twenty-elx yeas to twenty
ara Bays. By tba terms of the bill, tbo
aiiMi.ar salaries allowed bv the 1..
af Kane, 1873, is rapealad, except in tbe
mm oi aaa auprasaa court judges and
tta Tmideat, and tha pay of coagress
aaaa it pat back to what it was before that
data. Hack pay sot ret drawn, -nor v.t
rataraaa, is dacUrad to ba tba property of
tta TJaJlaa SUtas traaaurv. Th. un .i.
reateras to tba members the old mileage
Rririlafa,wich laduced Clymar of Pann
ylranla, mad Cox of Maw York, to roto
lMt It Aa far aa it affects tha
jay af tka aaambara of cone-reai the
ofla kara aa right to ba diesatisfied, but
aa th doakUag of tha President's 'salary
waa aaa of tkassost objactloaabla featurea
a tka aaUry grab, tha auccesa with which
aoagraaaaaaa. kara ooatrired to leare that
mmnt u aioaa, will not be so satisfactory
" mr cmuuiuaOM.
TIm J . 1 . ...
f.VeiWt i tue manner In
w-saa aaa aatiaaal flaaaces hare bean
saaaareJ a i-.
'. oow mat ine rer-
as aw county ara not too small, as
P1 politicians would an
deavar to aa.TLc a, but ,t
X9mUU The .House
aoaaaaHUa aw appropnatlona ara now
UiH ti rarUad estimate, 0f 1P.
prefwiatioaa mbmitts in reply to the
Mara of tha House of Hspreienta
Uras f Oaaaanbar 16, 1873, and baro
anaalaasiiaJy agraad that tba reductions
a..t, in thair .opinion, down
Ti "Mof en aaouomlcal admin
totrto o Ua gorarnmaat.
Iha ceauaUua nara tound, upon a close
aad aaaraklag iarasUgatlon. that tbouh
iM rears hare elapsed since tha close of
tfca war, there has been no reduction of the
awaartar of clarka in any of tbe depart-
hg arldaat that there has
km a autarlal diminution in tha amount
ebalasUbepeformad. In tba Traasury
lJrtsaaBt aapaclally, the increase cf
Oariaal tataa aaaeaa to hare bean in an In
araa ratio to tba decrease of duties. Tha
elarkaiatkls department now number
aUram Uoosaad, four thousand of whom
Maarsllag to tka opinion of tha approprl!
aaloa eoaaraUtaa, ara superfluous. The ar
4aatu duty many of these clerks per
Carsak tka daily reading of tha nawspa
para, Ugktaaad or rariad by the answer
tstfavaasryUgofa letUr or two during
Ike) 4ay. Tka eoat of raceirlng and mak
lag aptka aaalU of tha department is
iwaaty tiwaaaad dollars a year, and tha
arte tka mechanical work In tba trees
n keUUlag-that U, building it, flrM
aarariaf aad iwMpiDg.it, washing lu wlu'
Wwa, ate., it aaa hundred and one thou.
leWlara a yaar. Tba deoertm.r,.
aaa kaaslrad aad flft-r roomi.
a UMla arithmetic demon-
tkai Vaalt faaa para a liberal
liar liaaalig tka apartments of his
wnfc faafla la order go laaa, per annum,
tban tlx hundred and seventy-three dollars
and a fraction over, for c.teh room.
The extraragancet of tba other branches
of the government aro found to ba nearly
on a par with those of tbo Treasury de
partment. In all the departments a large
number of temporary clerks are employ
ed, whosa dismissal would have no other
effect upon the buiitieis of the gererninent
than tha reduction of Its annual expen
ses the aggregate amount of their yearly
salaries. The committee on appropria
tions contemplate a reduction of twenty
fire per cent, of the number of clerks in
all tha departments. If the llousa of
RepreeenUtiTsa approves of this step in
tha direction of economy, an annual ear
ing of ten millions of dollars to tbe coun
try will ba the result.
THE TEX AX CRISIS.
Reply to tho
A Meeting nt Jefferson Ceunures Darin
and Thaukx PrcBldcnt tirniit.
GaLTISTON, Jan. 13,
The Mews' has tha following specisl
from Austin dated 13th :
Exkcutivb Mansion, State or Tjcias.
Uextleukn: In reply to your rerbal
communication m&do to mo to-day, 1 bare
to state that I do not think it adrliabla
for tha public good that I should disre
gard tba decision of tba supreme court,
made recently, touching the lato election,
fcr recognizing tba geoiUuiea you repre
sent as being constitutionally elected t3
tbe fourteenth legislature. It seems to mo
tnal lucre is tome belter solution to
tha preient difficulty than that
the gorernor and those claiming
to be tbe elected legislature
should Jelntly combine to orerrldo tbo ju
diciary and disrogard tboir construction
of tba constitution. 1 mutt bsllsTe tbat
such a course will leave tbe door open for
dangerous uncertainty In the future, boln
in tha matter of authority to enact tha leg
islation that may bo prurided by tbe gen
tlemen you represent, and the matter of
tha constitution and existence of the high
est tribunal of our state. There may be
found two supreme courts and eren two
legislatures claiming authority. It is
aran now claimed by some that the Thir
teenth legislature is at present tbe only
legally existing lrgiilaturo, and that it
only can constitutionally conrenoand pro
ride for this emergency. It will then re
quire, after all, a settlement brought about
by a species of revolution or violeuco as
against thacourt making thede:Iilon. It
is true it is easy enougb, and it seoms tbe
simplest solution of tho prsent difficulty,
tbat we should jointly adopt this course,
tha supreme court has no way of enforcing
its decisions against tho executlre and
legislature combined; but I consider that,
in this case, tba easiest course is not the
one that I would like to lo a party to.
I will bo happy to Join you and the
gentlemen you represent In applying tbe
promptest and most feailblo romedy in
Ibis difficulty. It has been repeatedly
held that tbe recognition of Congress, or
the executlre of tha United Stales, will
settle the question as to what body of men
constitute the legislature, and which is
tho proper state government. This way
affords a solution to be acceptod by all.
i am more tree to act witn Indepen
uence in securing wun you, or tnoie gen
tlemen, that aort of solution, because
feel myself entirely disinterested therein
I accept the election, whether 'conatitu
tlonal or not, as conclusive against myself,
ray constitutional term "o'foifr yeara"'""
Ldmond J. Davis, Governor.
" Epperson ana other gentlemen
ui lu? commiiuo preient.
a uiETiKQ at JurrEasos.
SS Jirmiov. Trrn .Un 1.1
A laree and enthusiastic meeting nt th
people assembled this evening and adopted
resolutions condemning th n.-H..n ,i.
Clsloni In tbe olectton P.inr
w..,.uu xtii tor aecretiy applying to
, urens ior vroopi at tnaalatacap
the senate to recognize no nominatlona br
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nestlr tbankine Preiideni r hi.
mwtm umm mmn in iniw riT IJonlre r
repiy uaris on the application for
iroopa, and urging every member of the
oK'.ieiure so ao tils duty with magnani-
uuue mooerauoB, but unyielding firm
Pruident Orant'a adrlco to Gorernor
Uaru caused profound delight amongst all
AIRS. WILLIAMS' PICTURE.
5 IT V1D X0T A"'R IK THX GRAPHIC.
The collapse of Attorney General Wil
iiama uplratlons to tba chief justiceship
r- - iuk epeuuiauua ior the
n'ph,lc' M wU1 b8 iwn ff" the
V"U,"K siaiement about tbe matter.
- " " -uvuuKT iiiue 01 triet
Wa had mado
of Attorney General Williams, and bar
ing procured tha bast photograph, bad the
picture already prepared for printing,
when we rece ved .
mn itiDUDu ni rm. v 1 1 1 1 a n Mir.
to publish it. Having ,0me
doubt as to the authenticity of
lady hersolf desired us to withhold the
Picture. Tbiswaa followed by a request
Mr. Wllllam.:by letter tha?theqUp
ture should not km nnhli.i,. J ...
Th'oUhU WV , " wiliTms' w,,h
Abouen we hui . .
trouble and exnenne in ,i.ti "
,I,MM Md n'k'nf n exell.nt
fnttI0tiI00,,"ld foU P"foctly just fled
2S?u, .,; l.h" Ilc.t.u"'' " concluded
wl.h of ii,Zl ZZ " y'!m, l.".e "Pressed
Toi.i..ii 1 r: r",MV,"four
It co.,. , 10 rKm ,ucn "quejU.
J-t cotu too much to do so. Tbo princl-
whVr.0? ',nU In Turkey
2lih. .dy ro,"u"' into the street
Ithout baring her face closely railed a
. . u0Wn PTte proper ty, and it is
nobody's business how she took; But in
Ibis country, where seclusion and conceaU
ment aro exceptions of very r.r. occur
rence, and where people prepare thera-
for th.W n.C'r' 'Dd, l"itU Pndituro
be AwFUvi0W' their faces can hardly
be said to be their own : or at least tbev
Ska .Bfihi11 tha 'p"l"n they
juey go. A man who in.w. . u
m puWlo lo... .11 -
hi. look. ar. public prop'ertr at' ImW
iiioraens It . m.,t.
officer In the eovern!'". "L00"1
til 'kind(PU"a':' c.nra..ecTLy p." t
a 1 sections of tbe country. Is h3r .
object of public Merest and f '.he
M.ir. Vl nosura ot a thousand
L. . 'W. h.tV " "Rt. to complain8 If
n ZIZ , u,,wu nundrod thous-
arter, when we hara made arrangements
toglre a portrait or a diatioKuiabed
?igaWrd,?h.D,w.:,,b'U 001 AJSaj to
cKn, W,,,'M f rrU4'U of party
Imnr ti ax i mil a
14 H Mills H III! .
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
l'ltOCEKMNUS IN THE SENATE ASH
DISCUSSION OF THE CURRENCY
QUESTION I3f THE SENATE.
JUDHE WOODRUFF, OF tfEW YORK,
THE NEXT VICTIM FOR THE
A CASE OF JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET AND RIVER
W'AaiUNCiTox, January 16 Tbo patent
rights commission met here to-day, 'J00
delegates were present, representing 18
The national woman'a suffrage associa
tion commensed its resston hero to-day,
Suian li. Anthony presiding. Letters
were read from Garrett Smith and llonja
rain F. iiutlor, oxpreising their sympathy
with tba cause. Mrs. James Stanton and
ctbors addressed the convention. A peti
tion to Congress was propoied, praying
for equal rights, and that a law be passed
ezoropting women from taxation for na
tional purposes so long as they are not al
lowed representation in the national coun
cil. Various names continue to he montioned
in connection with the chief justiceship.
From certain indications, the nomination
may come from Mew York in the person of
Judge Woodruff j atloast, Intimations to
that effect hare been mado in congression
al quarters. Several days may elapse be
fore a nomination will be s'ent to the
Mr. Morton rerlowed the speech of
Senator Schurz, mado yestorday, and said
he could not agree with that gentleman.
He (Morton) believed that in order to
bring our currency to par we must resort
to olhrr means than contraetion. He was
opposed to a reduction in the price of
labor or commodities. If it must bo done,
it should be dono very gradually. Sena
tor Schurz would do it all at once. Ho
would descend from Lake Erie to Lako
Ontario over tbe Niagara Falls. Schur.
was mistaken bo did not nt all desire it
should be done at once.
Mr. Ponton said that while he concurred
in the viows of the gentleman from Mis
souri, (Schurz), he did not desire to bo un
derstood as advocating a rapid withdrawal
of currency. It should bo done gradually,
and a time should be fixed for the resump
tion of specie papment.
Mr. Morton said the remedy presented
by tho gentleman from Mew York, Mr.
Fenton, was like tbat offered bv the cen-
tlaman from Missouri, Mr. Schurz, on the
contraction of curency. It would ba well
for tha country to understand now. that
tba proposition is tbat we return to specie
payment, by contraction of currency. Tba
great body of tba people ot tba Northwest.
and ba believed of tbe Soutb,now thought
mat mo currency circulation Is too small
He argued that ne should not bo guided
by the experlonco of England in the
7 'iu(; mtriuue irum
uiuk, aaa most or them lived in lowne
or village, in eght of banks. The facil
ities ior Dank credits there were much
greater than in this countrv and there
was no necessity for so great a volume of
currency, in COnciUI on Mr. Morton nr.
kucu iu me policy ox contraction
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disastrous and and ruinous. lie would
ratner see currency increase a small
amount; tbat tbera was a smaller vol
or currency to-day, compired with tbe
weaitn ana Dullness of tbo country tban
there was live rears ago, compared with
tho wealth and builncts of tha countrv .1
Mr. Uowa said 10 mnv nln. t,.rf f..n
utbu iu ne oegan to think it would
do unpairiotlc in him not to aar some
thing, and be had therefore giren notice
?,f?w d7 ? tht be would introduce a
urn. According with such notice be sent
it to tSw clerks desk end heil him .k-
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"in. ma uue or vh i.h 1.
BUI IO prOTldO for the irr.rln.l
wimurawai irora tho rirnlatinn nf
uiireucemaDie nat lonel unlet nnH tv,. ..
stitution therefor, of redoemilil. iu.i
banks, to reraore unjust restrictions upon
banks of issue and uoen ih. .n.,,.. -r
circuieuon. no laid be thought the
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country was dome builneu nn .
guou way up irom solid ground and sut
i ... rtauviu
lainea tr statute. rena.l ii,.
nuw enu dui men will ,1n,v.i.
l? V ue am not propose to
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umuru 1110 voiumo or curr.nnv .,.
trunKU appreciate lis value. Ho
cated tho paasaco of tha bill end
eu sue opmion mat It would bo tbo safest
. ... a vara'
moaevo reiurn l spac e nivmnnt.- TI,.
Kovornmcni snouiu maintain strict nau
traiity between those who dnm. nH
nuu muso who demand
I . , I . .
aoorman announced that bo would sneak
on tho resolution to-morrow If nn ,v,
til . . . .
.fu.wr uosireu vo uo so.
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Mr. Bcburt laid it had beon .,w. .i
to bim by Senator Boutwell of Mass
tbat he had done him intuition In hil'
C60!' I7 6,l"dJr, In saying that ho
Boutwall) bad advocatisl th ,11.1
that the government was influenced only
by its own pleasure in redaeralnit lecel
enuer notes, and might net therefore ?-
ti. i,. 1 .T , '" , "'u " 10 uo so..
wmwiinr uo inionnon to do Mr.
Jioutwell an Injustice. After reading from
a speech of that gentleman, in wbrch ha
said legal tondors aro redeemable at tho
pioa.uro of the gorornmont, and tbat
while the process was going on to brinr
greenbacks and gold to par the govern
ment was not under any obligation to
bring that procois to a favorable result at
a futuro time.
Mr. Schura said ho had somo reaion to
conilUjn tba language as ba bad dono
since Mr. Houtwell answered him. Ho
.t0 y "anient waa
bound to redeem the logal tender notes aa
soon as it should bo able to do so" l!
garo him pleasure to mako this explaoa-
Tho Senate then went into mMii.
Session and soon adjourned.
WaUIN(1TC1V. .T.ttn.... IE If. ii.
dall from tba commltte. on ru loi reported
rule i vesting tha appointment' m.
moral of official ropoVtera of tba Dotfia
tlnP. fliiSti0ni i tatS,Bl of tu Poll"
tlon, filed ,lcn dr,yi Th , cltu0,cf
en.nU,0lUfe? a 1?n discussion, but was
flnally .doptad amt the speaker announwd
that he weald now appoint
tbo present corpse of reportres, and would
exercise in future the power of remoral
only for c.lllf. tho
OO entered I.. u. i .
mi . . ,uv journal.
r h. 11olU,i9 Lbe I wcnt loto comailttea
on tho navnl appr spriation bill. A lone !
discuriiona took place on tba amendment
offered by Mr. Randall last Tuesday, riz :
to punishment officers for making out
lays in axceia of appropriations. Mr."
iouglibridge offered the following amend
ment to the abore mentioned amendment:
Except in cases of audden eaaargeacias,
in which tha president may authorlta. In
writing, suc'j expenditure. Both amend
ments ware finally rejected by a rote of
71 to 82 aad tho committee role and re
ported tha bill to tha Housa. The bill
was then passad,and the Houia adjourned.
INDIAXAI'OLIK, January 16. The pass
enger train on the J. M. and I. railroad
leaving here this morning for Louisvlllo,
collided with a freight train near Gron
wood, Ind. A fireman was slightly in
jured, and the mall agent, Urosborner was
burned slightly by tho overturning of a
stove. Mo others wero Injured. Uotli
engines were badly broken.
A county council of grangers and pat
rons of husbandry was organized here to
day. There aro fifteen granges uow or
ganized In this county.
A V1KDICT Or JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE,
The coroners jury In the casa of Corwln
for shooting Col. Stilwell at Anderson
yesterday, rendored a virdlctof justifiable
botnicido, The preliminary examination
before tho court will be held to-morrow.
Ot.V. BEX HARRISON,
of this city lias been employed by the da
feme and Hon. J. W. Gordon for the
Washixotox, January 16. For Mid
dle and Kaitern Atlantic statoi, contin
ued cold and partly cloudy weather with
northerly windi, "and with but slight
change of preMuro. For tbe northern
portion of tbo New England and tbenco
westward to Lkt Michigan and Superior,
continued cold wentbor, with northwest
erly to westerly winds and snow. For
Southern stales East ot tho Mliils.'lppi
river, partly coilldy and cold wnather,
with northerly to westerly winds and
light rain or snow in the lower rivers and
valllcs. For Ohio valley, continued cold
and cloar weattior, with" southerly winds.
Ouah, January 16. Tho prlolrs on
all the papers here struck this morning on
account of a reduction of wages from 45
to 40 conts por thousand ems, tbe former
being tbe highest price paid during and
linco tha war. The papere ara advortiiing
for non-union printors, and they will prob
ably experience out a temporary incon
venience. The printers aredeUantand
have drawn all tba job printers into the
HUN OVEH ANH KILLED.
Memi'ius, Jat.uarr 16. The loctlon
matter of tho Memphis and Charleston
rallrnod, named Harris, was run over last
night near Corinth, Miiilsilppl, by tbe
wastorn express train and instantly killed.
When lirst discovered he was laying on
tbe track, but the englnoer was unable to
eiop tbo tram.
From Jietr York.
shot ma mother.
New Youk, January 15. James W.
Freeman, who shot bis mother last nlgbt
In Jersey Ulty, cooly alleges the shooting
was accidental, un sister wbo was pres
ent, states that bo deliberately aimed at
bis mother as she was leaving the room
and shot her doad.
From New Orleans.
teal to Terra Koumb rnort the dlfllpulti..
more moro aerious.man they anticipated.
All plantation work in that section hA
ceased, uor. JtcKnry left for Washing.
JilLWAUKKE. Jenuirv IS A ..!.!
from LaCrono. Wliconsin. to tha Lmi.
iici iiji a Tounr men nernrri li in r.m
Faribault, committed lulcldo br blowinc
to. kl. 1. t , O
un uiiiiii mi, oyening. xne ceiue
ws aieappoiniment In love.
Ofllceof ObservaUon. Slirnul xrxl. il
""' report oi tbe stage ol water,
with thy changes for the 'J houra cnilliiL'
I o clock p, m., January 15, 1874.
OH City . ,
Kt. Paul ...
Warsaw . .'
'lelow hlBli wator marsr".'
Obmrver .Slg. ;Her. V, H,
l'lTTallUEU. .lin,i.f in ! , ...
with 7 feet 2 inches in'chV-.l"" '""
w&XSlTV 15-l"r falling ,
Z.t"lb. hI. The
VlCKSIIUHO. .Tenti.. i. t
Fannlo Lewis. Marr itn"'..T-
"Si-.r:r :-j ttUwm & bubniq ow
ner, Loulsrille. Departod-B srnarck at
LouUi John 11 MauSo, MomJhl,,rCo,oo
Ith 37 feel In cbi ,'.," T :""1,w"Be
des, "Wheoline. Uopartod-Jas D l'arkor
Memphis: J W (lkrrtt vS- ,w.rA.r
Weather clear and cold. '
r . . t
steadily. This I. tha' co dei T.'. "f"tl
ssason. Arrived (Uitmm twrn. u
Franklin Cincinnati. Uepartod-Molllo
Moore, New Or aane AnTtw n.,. nt'
oinnati. ' '
KVANariLLC. Jinmrv r. -ur..i i
cler' Mercury 0 to 18 ; coldest of tbe
season. River stationary; 37 feet br
mark. Port list nnfi' ii C n.I
Roberts, Mary Ament, Arkansas Bella. K
Uown-i'at Rocors. Robert Mlml.T f
Mornlnn. Hi.- All t.t. j "
All with good trips.
Mturmt, January 16. Flour firm and
unchanged. Cora meal firmer .1 36.
Corn fair daman d and advanced 7072o.
Oats good domand 67c. Hay. weslora
15 00&21 00. Bran dull, sales 1718c.
Lard quiet aad unchanged. Uulk meats
quiet and unchanged.
Nkw Orleans, January IS, Corn In
good demand and higher; white 376c;
mixed 707oc; yellow 78c. Oata ttrmer,
6(56gc. Hoy dull; choice 24 00. Pork
firmer 10 00. Sugar In good demand and
firmer; inferior 4 fete; common Cj(JJc;
fair 0J7ci gocd fair 77c; fully fair
718c; prima to strictly prime S8Jo.
Molasses in email demand; good fair 6ic;
prime 61C4c; strictly prime 04G6c;
St. Louts, January H.-LUiup un.
changed. Flour inactive and unchanged.
Wheat lower; No'.' spring 1 'J6()l '.'!);
Mo 3 fall 1 4&1 4S. Corn pretty firm;
No '2 mixed 01 cash, 6'J February, G3
C3J Match. Oats lower; mil a I 43S3t.
llarley Aim; No 2 spring 1 4C14S. Kya
higher 80. Whisky firm at 03. Porkdull
at 14 761& 00. Urj salt meats very
quiet, with buyers and sellers apart;
round lots nominally fij, 7, 7. Green
meats quiet at 6, 7, 8). Ilacon scarce
and Arm at 7J, 8f, !. Ltrd nominally 8 j
Cinuixnati, January 1C. Flour In
good demand. Wheat scared and firm at
1 5S1 (10. Corn Ann at CO64. Oats
firm at 4C60. itya quiet at It. llarley
quiet and unchanged. Eggs steady. Oils
unchanged. Groceries firm and un
changou. Uutter firm. Cheese firm.
Pork quiet and held at 16 60. Lard quiet;
Heam j8J ; kettle 99. Uulk meats
easier; shoulders 0J ; oleer ilb7(s&7i;
clear 7J7. Ilacon quiet; shoulders 7J;
clear rib 8 J; clear 8J. Ureen meats
6 for 14 pound averages. WhiiVy strong
New Yoke, January 15. Flour dull
and lower ; superfine western and state
C 00JG 40 ; common to good C 8S7 10;
good to choice 7 10 7 CO; St. Louis C 06
ft) 11 00. Wheat heavy and lower; No J
Chicago spring 1 19 (&l 02; Iowa spring
1 1 65, Corn unsattled, irregular and
lower: old western mixed in itoro 910
02); do afloat 0294 : new do afloat 61
88. Oats heavy and lower ; mixed wcit
ernCt ; white C4CC. Pork heavy and
lower; new mesa 1G 00. lleef and cut
meats unchanged. Middles heavy ; inert
clear on spot 8 ; long clear 8 ; long and
short clear February 8. Lard heavy;
steam 9 on spot.
Chicago, January 1&. Flour quiet and
week, buyers and sellers apart. Wheat
in fair demand at low ratei; No 2 spring
1 26 cash; 1 24 February; 1 27 March.
Corn in fair demand at lower relet; No 2
mixed 5C(c spot, 18c bid February; 59jc
March. Oats dull and lower; No 2 41c
41Jc February; -12Jo March' live sleadv
No 2 7981c, llarley quiet; No 2 fall
1 60; No 3 freih 1 2&1 27. Pork dull
unsettled and lower; 14 2014 25 spot;
14 37) February; 13 00 March. Lard In
fair demand at lower rates; 8c spot or
February; 9Jc March. Uulk meats quiet
and unchanged; ahouldera 6j'3c; abort
rib 7J7Jc; short clear 7Jc. Loose ureeh
meats quiet; shoulders fJc; barai, 'JOtbi
average, 7Jq lSlba araraga, 8jc.
AND DEALER IN
KiuiiTii Stubbt, Bbtwebjt Wasbiwotob
AITS OOUUBBOIAL ATBHUBB,
Kmp in. M!V6r-Ar.Ttfrr,-AuT3rt!
ili iff' ta." ,na WJreJ u
-.. mwrvmvi iii.Dnnr,
CITT KATIOKAL ni.HK HUIKDINU.
. t3T.Hpclal attunUun paid l otders Horn
tennilionu. nlithtor day.
(HucetMor to Jurats Kynaelon,)
amu Dbalbr im all Kism or
COHMBK NCSSmMTU AMD PoLAU BT
Burn end elenvhtare nni tum i.... .......
hoira and sheen, end U nr.r,.n.i tniii
- - " nun uue pound mi
t u i. mmtt u iniuuu.
AI DKALBB4 IK
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVJCIIY UKaCHU'A ION,
Corner lOtb ktreet and Oammeruial nveuu
aoor so ine uyiand saloon.
11-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ANU I1MALEH IK
A.LL KINDfj OF VKKSli MEATS
Near ir. 'I'weutlelU NCreel Hurt Cum
luevclMl A Venn,
IIUVS and llUihtira nnlr fh. Ix.tn.ttl.
Uogs and Hbeep, and ts propared to rill or
Jcr for Krcsb Meats from one to ten Oiou-
nn poundA. 7.sjti
K. MAXWKLL & CO.,
Mauufucturcrs and Doalert. lu
AUo Agtiiti for tho
WJHUl'sUlViVl K.1J UJ.UJJJU
No, 711), North Adams Street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Z. D. MATnCJS.
V. 0 UDL
MATHUKH Si UHL
i'1 Si "WjMc ID IXnTO-
C O II t t l I O M t E R 0 H A T I
I'f.O-UJH: Glfci-rvXXV :
11 A V AMD YVKSTKN PMOUUOH.
OfcNEKAL COM MINION MtltCHANI
Aiid ddaler la
List a, Ubmbsit, Flamtih, UaIB, JEro.
CdBTl wtii tU In car loed lot t
tuitr' prlues, addiiiE Irebiht.
J. M. PlliLLlFa,
Forwttrdiug and OoniaiiBaioD
piepired to forward all kludu ol Irnltit
to all point.
Ililrttitta nllflhlcil to tiroiupllv.
K. J, AYBKS
AYKKti A CO.
QENKHAL CUMMISSIUN MKKUUANTS
No. 7M I.evBa OhihUaibo, Iua.
WOOD RITTKNHOUSK k BRO,
(v'tieral Uomuiiaaioo Moruhaoi-
1KB OHIO LRVBB
CUPFJfiY, IIAKKIUM & CO.,
(Succor to U. Uunl A Son.)
n.WUM.UKAIN AMU HAT.
No 03 Ohio l,ev, OAIKO.'.lLl.
Lk U. Tbotrtf
3uveoare to 11. M.llulen,
COMMISSION MEHCHANTS, HR0KKRS
1Kb UBALBKa ur
lll. mm I'urr Urvcerle.
Korelgu end Oouestlo
lit Commercial Areaue,
OAIKO, - . ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
DKALKRB IN FLOUR, CORN
0U, Hay, etc.,
AOKN'tfj rou FAIHHANIC'8 UOALKS
Ohio Larae. CA1HO. ILLINOIH.
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
' And Dealer in
o. 76 Ohio Lev. CAIRO. ILLS,
Ueata and UlUni; order.
JOHN B. PHLLI8 & HON,
iMu.o.msre to iobu ii. fblllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AUKNTtJ KOH LA KLIN AND RAND
s v v u uuBfAK y.
Cob. Tkmth Btkkkt abd
n . ii. i msiiewood. r. j. Ttiiite wood
THISTLE WOOD k CO.,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
CAIHO, - IMiINOW,
FORWARDING ani. (MMLSrJ10N
UKALKRB IM flOUH;
(.1 i.-.M. ill
Hit' Hit.. .Ml, kiNiWHJ
(I Ohio Lkvkii,
W.Hlrattou. T. Bird
HTRATTON & BIRD,
Aeents American Powder Company
Xo. 67 Ohio Lerw,
YK T K It U U II L,
Mm. aa OHIO
r4 Btasaa, ai, laaa
OITX RATIONAL HAWK, OA I HO
A. B. UArroVLD, Preatdant;
H; S. TAYLOB, Wpraatd'asn ;
fl. UTHI.OP. Baoratary aaa TVeaeurw
F. H. Btgcoiata,
. B. OvawraeBAa,
rrjMBT paid oa deaoatte as tta rata of eta
per east. per aaawTKieb Uteel Baauas
IM. IHtaMeril Blfll BBlIt la IB lei aJJaCTZ.
i'St'.tii? ravBlU of aaaepeelte.ttaraaf'
kivtaji thaai eoaipeuad laaaraal.
sabuubv wovn ajts oarxaiajtsr mat
M HA He BIBJiUIUl.
Opea erery baataaaa day ft-oae ta.ai. aa a aa..
""' w. BTBLOr. Treeeuer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
Wl V. HaLLIUAT. WMldeali
HSMHT L. HlXUUAT, VieeW.ildeai
A. B. BAFFORO, Cashier I
WALTKR Ht8LOI, AssUlfe Uwbl.r-
(HAAteTAnoa, ttuaaar U. Ikniiiu,
aaSBTL.BAAUBAV. W. P. Baixuai.
Oao. D. WilsaabW, MansTBns
A, B, BAsreaa.
Hausaa, sjatss mm Vmtu ataaaa
ossda asssrui aaut !.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. W. Milwk, l'realdeat.
J. M. Pni tups. Vice-PreeldaBl.
Chaj. Cdmnimoham, Caaklar.
00LLB0TI0N8 MOUPTLY MAUK.
EIOHiNQB, eola, baak aotee aad Dall4
HUtee aeouinee toieit eia Mia.
Iwair s Allawa TI BSeiMtelSe
CAIRO AND PADU0AH
be splendid iteaasei
Uiok Fowler, Oaptaia
H'lfM340. "AILY, (Sunday axaepUd) U
a p.Rt for fraUrkt or naeuin Tnil!; LH
UBM. Oil !.
ar ta - i.: u7...i' -
Jia. Mallobt, Aft,