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THE U&TKU JIAUiV BUfjI.E'l'IN, SUKDA.Y, J AH OAKY 18,1874,
l'HE BULLETIN.
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IUUX H. OBKHLY. Kdltor and Publlihej
TKIUU OKTUK DAILY 1AULLKTLN
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Ot Year , Si 03
ix Months 75
tj, nM; MODlli , W
'ttriilUbly In advance.
lag Blatter o every .ibk.
"138
Cxlt frablishei only nine nvripn
Mh dalllM and wMkllet.
JT fjViUi ' t :..,-..
Or Thwrsbay tho Homo voleJ on tho
jrepoHloa to .bolitu the board of railroad
- w4'w,TtiouM commissions, and rejected
v i by fctoU of ninety-ono nayi'to fort)
.
l - ...
The Howard association of Memphis,
ifttr th-ab4nint of llio yellow (ever
I ut fall, MWditKir In possession of prat
forty thouiiod dollars The" association
new propose! to return this mnnoy to tho
lata from wblcli tt was received, tn.be
UMd in relieving the general ilestltti-
fajcflfcs'.introdiictlon of tbo narrow
Kaf MShry ioto this country be
ttttMt ftH1 od four year ' ago,
tbaV Ma btmn built, una houiatid,
four hundred and forty-five nod a hall
tnilsi, in the UtilteJ "State and Can
ada. The Cairo and St. Loiils, at pres.mt
' nlnaty-two oillai in length, it tho only nar
tow-gauga road in Illinois.
Tat HUntlcn of tho Cairo and Fulton
' railroaCwai completed on Thursday last
toTaxarcana, making connection at that
yoiBtffitk tha Teraaand Paclflo railroad
aftikroagh it with nuirly tbo onliru rail
road lytUui of tho Southwest. Tho open-
tag of thi road gives Texas a route to the
, att, by tha way of Cairo two hundred
and forty mllei ahortor than by uny o'.hor
'line now in otiitenco.
5 & . - . -
"On Dumb Animals' a paper pub
lithed tn the Eait by the fociety for tho
prevention of cruelty to animals, advo
tee the ute of bono flesh at food, on the
ground that it would bo hinder to cat
bone which may bo crippled or disabled
ot Alaemted than to put them to the
hard labor to which toojt horses, disabled
by accident or otherwise, am generally
aaiigned. In l'arii, there are now forty
laughter house for horses; theto are
ifuferly itipoctcd by government voter
Inary iurseons. It it claimed by thoso
partial to hone moat in l'arii that it is
healthy, economical and nourishing food
and nay bo purchased at about half the
price of beef.
-
TiiKeaiewith which dlssatistied war
ried people in Illinoii bavo boon ouabled
to tree themlvo from marital bond?,
tkreogh tho aid of divorce inwyers and
6 dlTorceadvertlaementJ, hai arouicd tho at.
tenlion of a Cook county representative,
who hai. accordingly, prepared a bill in
tended to.throw tome legal obstacles in
Ibe way of these eaiy divorce! and to
mak the business of procuring them not
quite io remunerative (o Janyort a under
the pretest law. Mr. Ualpln yroposci
to aaak lawyer advertising for divorce
botlaeii pay a fine of not less than ilfty
dollar nor more than one hundred and to
raffer an imprisonment of not lot than
thirty day nor more than m monthf,
the uune paniihment lobe inflicted on
preprietrtrs ornewtpapew who aball imort
'enoh advertliementi. Oitteide of Cook
county th'e law will not be of much prac-
Jr? il beaeflt, but the abuie which it aims
io correct, bar been carried to intromit in
Chicago.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
CathlBff-The Sulary (,'rali
tattlHr 9ona Exdcusoji .Yn liavo
sets fcrTexm.
SpetUlcerrctponiienceol Tin: jjum i:tiv;
HOW. CALK 11 CL'SHlNd.
fWAeaisoTOK, D. c Jan. IS, 18TJ.
This Teaerable lawyer, politician and
eare gentleman, no doubt fancii-d as
did hit friend, the preiident that ho IimI
ateaed fuliv during the pait twelve year,
for hU Democratic i in i by hj "royal ty-'
to the principle of Iladicalism, and the
"power that W especially tho lntt-r,
for there it whore the py conn-i in.
Ale! how uncertain itro human mpec
tatlom; of cburieGen. tirant know thut
Ex-llT. Kx-Senator Harlow of t!.o
Cbtonlcle' would hurl over any nomina
lion tare that f Juitice llliit.r ct tim
tupreme court, who Ii the choice of tim
'Chronlele' now, but lie never dreamed
Uat the lire and thunder ravings of that
. paper could raiso iuch a tempest. IV.r
three day patt in that paper, Irom Ovn
U eight editorial on tho Ciishing notui
nation, appear! to the exclusion of every,
thing elio. l'ernxjr.tTa, tbo Orint bu-le
the 'Republican' pitchy in for Cuihlng
and defend blm. Tho result li tho tow il
ba but one topic of convenatlou--iin(;
auea when meeting each other injtend of
eayiag "good tnornlBg" or the Jlbu ajl:
"bow do you llko the nomination '' As
tbi city Is compoed of offleo holdeu
Who are led to bellev by the 'Chronicle,''
that the adrent of Caleb Cubing to tho
(dilef Jmtleeihlp will be tho ngnal (or tho
OataoeraUto march upon tbo supremo
court, armed with the question of tho
oOBititutloBallty of the reconitructlun
aoU, Ac, &o all of which through hie
daeielM, will be declared void the I'adl
iirparlr will be ousted
froat power and the country ravaged by
..the) hungry Dataocracy which Utter
foaiae that tb terrible Democrats will
paftNi'tbeettMlyci of all (he offices, iio.
apttttba civil iter vice iytem. 'When
,eucb direful eonse'jueneei itre anticipated
by tho bread.and.butter array of-cccupa-
tlon herSTyott, can well understand how
otoroliod.thoj'ftTo. " .
ill. Gushing csio will be determined
upon in caucus, with tho (ibnucSi Kroatly
In bis favor, notwithstanding tho press
howl agalcit him. There Is no quostlon
i.i to lils abilities thoy aru conceded. Hi
old at;e and former opinions nro tho peg
on which opposition li hung. President
Grant Is a good judge of men, nover yet
having saloclod ono who has failed to do
his desires expressed or ImplloJ and
when he chooso Caleb Cuthliig he weighed
all tho chtneos. 31 r. dishing always has
boen that which paid best camellon like,
he changes hi color to Suit thore bocornes
in contact with. Un tho supreme bench
he would bo convenient nnd super-icrvica-blc,
its ho has always bstn to those In
power, and would servo tho Whito House
as faithfully m now, when ho stoops to
pick up tho crumbs legr.l jobstliil full
from the administration table. Sender
whoaro familiar with Cuh!ig' past ca
reer ara juitilUd In nut truHing him. lint
Grant l:now him b)t, or he toulit not
have nominated him to a position of such
power for or against such j')b as th
Louisiana and other similar ensos In tho
past and thoso yet to come, wbioL inayoome
beforo tho highest tribunal In tho country
for adjudication. The conservative
who cspects Anything from (J.ilub
Cuh(ng s iirvliiuslycxt'foised opinions
might well hug a tov) lor wi.riath be
cause it had fire In it yesterday.
TltK .AI.lKr CIRAll.
It bM'aiiti) toani(ct to hair-shrewd pol
iticians that tho Senate was Inct lotlns its
politi ! wits by M.indlnj: up day after
day nnd dtnour.cirig tho people nud the
press wliilo squirming nnd dodging around
tho repeal of tho salary grab aiid'lt vns
determined to hold n mucin of th.vo iho
aro responsible for this sort U' thing ac
cordingly tbo lUdical Senators met und il
was agreed thi.t tho absolute repeal of tho
bill was necessary for tbt good of the
party, Tho bill was thou repealed. Tho
salaries of tho l'rosldent m:d the Justice.,
of the .Snpreinn court remaining z ut
presout. Th Hotis will now buvo to
twist and turn so r.s to dodj-e tbu plain
question r.nd from what members my 1
doubt very much whether the desiro of tho
people for the repeal of tba bill will Ihj
accomplished. A committee of confer,
enca of tho two hous "ill probably Uke
placo ni tho Houso will hardlv concur.
Take tl !cm all in r.ll thoy uro a bad Lt i.t
tho bast.
II.VA'CUt..
From the r.ction of tho Houiu yester
day it Is impossible to dtlttrrulcu whether
it is in favor of an mixtion of the cur
rency us u nieaiure of financial relief or
not. In fact that body is ouvolopod in r.
flnaucsal fog of such density that one
can't dctermhi their poiltlon oven with
tho aid oi double extra magnifying
gUitvs. I'ig Iron Kelley's convertible
bond bill was introduced with a great
ilorlih as tho groat panic panaest nr.d irom
th vote ICS yt; and HI lays two
thirds being n.06(sry for adopilun
under a suspeniion of the ruios, it vecincd
as il tho iullitlotiists lind things their own
way, but it v.'M discovered tlit.t it was ln
anti-taxittlon clause of the resolution that
got tbo votes, Kelley declining to permit
the r 'Mutton to be divided.
I TTISO DOW.V EXI'ENKKl'
T.k (. r prlntions committee are in
earnest u lu . ng down oxpsnt.fi, and aro
met at ov.-ry tlep by opposition. Tho
war d-p.trtiin'iit fights any paring down of
its estimates, in which it is bucko 1 by tho
military commlttoo. Tho trc.vury cleri
cal force is to bo cut down twenty-fivoper
cont. The intirnsl revenuo bureau u-ji-ploys
as much force now as during tho
tour yetrs succeeding tho war, when there
was an army of nssossors and collectors.
This plii'o for soft positions is to bo "gone
for." Though tho appropriations commit
tee, under thu load of General Girflold,
meani economy, 1 havo no idea that the
Judical In congress will rnuke any olTort
to chango tbo uxiiling order of things It
will bo "all tnlV nnd no cider,"
.vo juroNKTs roa tk.vas.
Tho l'roildcnt cftlcially declarej that bo
will not rood troops to Texas to lxmlslana.
ire that itat Tho reaion given li Its un
constitutionality. Tho resl reason Is that
it would be impolitic in a party sense, and
beiidfs, Grant has no brotbcr-in-lnw there,
as ho had in Louisiana.
l'lKCIIMArK
case will be the lgol to-day for a red-hot
debate, nnd bow loug it will last no ono
can guess. Senator Morton ii dctemiinod
to havo l'lnchbaek in the fjeuK'.o If tho
party lnih can iccompll!h it.
UOS.'.Ul'l, hamuli,
the Jivo member from l'hliudulphia, has
cut an eyo ovor the internal rorenuo bu
reau, and in hi. bill, juit introduced, has
propojod a domplete reform, ami imn wucu
ncedvd.
now. i.uoxaiu) .uvki-.h,
from the same olty, advocatui nuking tho
p&Unt ollloo o dspartment. Vlils active
inerabor will do doubt acconipl.sh thii de
sirable purpose
rom tintinuati, '
Oi-NLIXMATI, January nl A most dar
ing md successful robbery of Dahme A
Co., jewolers, toult placo this orunlng at
six o clock, by whl:h thu robber got away
with f7,000 worth of diamonds, being 48
clutter diamond rings. The young man
who did It bought a ring of Dubnie yester
d.v, f"f 5J7. l'hii evening Jio returned
and askoil to look at diamonds, .Mr.
wuumo piee.i two trays or cluster ring
beforo him. lmtyyang man talked like
a man of biuinr.., took olT tho rlnK bo
bought yesterday, and ai,i Mr. Duhmo
had Xorgotteii to give him a box to kop ii
In. Mr. Duhmo tool; tho ring atm turnu.l
to get a box leaving tb two trsvs ofdla.
inonds on tto counter. Hearing' tho door
slam, ho turned to tho counter and found
man and olainondi gone. Ho gave tho
alarm and pimult was mudo, but willi no
irim. ixu uiuw un iiodQ ootaltifid to the
man. A reward of J 000 is tft'orsd for
him and tho goolt.
I'ioiii riillaiicJiiiua.
' J.vv roor.K a co.
, l'lin-iuKLi'iiu, Janury I". Itogl.ttr
I iJaion will not )9 able to submit tbu re
, suit of tho tlc.tion by Jay Oonks'B crod-
"''' " k uri until noxt wenK. riu
win I.owt ii bellovcd to beolocled truitee
and tha comDilttea to co-oprto with him
la John Clayton Isaac Korrls, Chailis
Jlelfeostein, Jcscph Brown and 11 H.
Shoeaiaker,
nrniijflDiiHLii
lHMuniirniu
Reported Expressly Tor the Bulletin.
Til 13 LATEST.
.mlxij.vu or vi:ti:a.ns or Tin:
31 CXI CAN MAIS.
A .S1.13I UA V S WORK l.V 1 HC IWUaij.
Till: f liCAl' TUAXSt'OUTATlOY I'O.N.'
cxtiox.
.no iuno.nkis ron thi: ti:x.vs
rsuiti'Kiis.
A HOLD UJItUKUV AT CI.N't.'l NNA'I I.
l'miii M'usliliigtoii,
J It : MJiXICAN VF.TKRVN1.
S'AiiivoroN, January IV. Tl.u Mix.
uaii titer an s uJopUd, lt)i layirniDg a
meuicrUl to Congress askltig pensions for
thoso engsgfd In tho Metb'Mf war or their
surviving widows ot childtot'i j and aftcr
watds visited tho e'soc-titive mansion
wlioto Tlx.Uov. Herbert cf liOiiiilana,
made u short address to tlie i)r"idiit, my
Ing tlut inemlor of th . oaventi.in were
glad to recognize in him mm oM compan
ion In ncn in sho slr"0" nd victorious
battles of -Mexico. 'J In president bowed
his thanks in replv, an I thon there was a
genoral handthnKiut; m.l peasant conver
sation, Gen. 1 nerinhii and iinny l.vlifs
were present.
Thu IIo'.'u innt in cimiutttco of tim
wholo fir the general discuslon of mls-
collaneou topics. Husk in ctiair.' .Sptecbes
were made oy Harris or Ueorgis, on civil
rights; by "Ktlly, Towr.send und ilur
r.herJ on" Ur.tncu and current y. Ad
ju'jrncJ at f. quurtK p-t four.
i lina.1 TllANHIVHT.U ION.
In tbo riMup Iraa'purta'.ion cunwntiou
this mornli tbo msjority report of the
c.-mmitttio on r.tilruadi w,i i.'i ip'.od. It
tioolares tudl roller matt couio irtio leg
ilatton, by whl. h our system of railroads
csu be reguUted and improved ; and by
competition, which will completely carry
out tb Tftu that legnlollon must inaug
ural". It ttcommends a national law
prjvitling f'tr a burtnuof conitnorcu and
transportstion, and that members of the
association hall endeavor to obtain the
pain; of cortaln laWi In their ropectivo
states, including a Uw prohibiting nil rail
way rompaniis from making unjust and
CiumhIvo di-criminatlons rgainst places
which are not competing point", and a
law obliging all railway ct.mpunici to
transport car of o'.Iut companies or of
individuals for justcompoi.sation and with
tho tamo dispatch hi cars belonging exclu
sively to said roads. It calls for legiila
tion making it a penal ollunso for public
ollioor.s to accept or u a a free paa of any
railway com pa ny, and prohibiting rail
way companies from grunting passes to
oth'ers than cmployos, mid declaims
against granting land or subsidies in any
form. It also recommends that railways
and canals bo constructed by tho national
government, tho manner ot constructing
railways to te by contract to tho lowei:
bidder, and when comtrusled to be used
for tho transportation ot government
property, and when not required for gov
ernment property hit cUb.cn! to havu tbo
right to placo care and lecorautlvm there-
on and to operate tho samo subject to reg
ulations to bo jirovidcjl liv tii ,f.
ment, tfcey P&yir.g toll therefor rtifiicient
to maintain tho road-way.
1'iOiolutione were adopted that the con
vention aik "( congress, as a means of af
fording relief to tho country, tho enlarge
ment and extention of tho Illinois and
Michigan canal to tho Mississippi river at
Uock island; tbo completion of the work
in thu Illinois rivor ; tbo improvement of
the Mississippi river; tba building of the
Tunne'ioe river routi, known as tho At
lantic and (iroat Western canal ; tbo ex
tension of the Clicsapoako end Ohio canal
from Cumberland, Maryland, to some
point on the Ohio river a'nd the govern
ment to iiurni) control of tho water lino
through Virginia.
C. Josiah,of (Julnoy, wa olec'.ad Presi
dent, with ono YicB-I'rerddont from each
state, and K. H. l'orguson, .Secretary.
Standing committee. were appointed,
and to them plans for reports on cheap
transportation wero referred, with instruc
tions to present the results of their inves
tigation of the several papers to Senator
mdom, of the trnicportatiun com
mittee. Tha convention thon ndjournod sine tlio.
ri.ACE OMMISMONKHt.
The Indian peaco commissioners wjrn
at thy executive mansion to-day, and hud a
short conforonco with tho i'reudent.
TEXAS TItOUW.r:.
Attorney Gou. 'Williams this morning
sent tho following telegram to Gov.
Davis of Tolas:
Dr.r.inTM but or Jvstick,
Wamii.otox, Jan., 17, lb7i. j
To Gov. J. 12. lYi'.Auitin, Texas:
Vour telegram of yesterday, statinc thut
according to tho conslitut on of Texas,
you were governor until 'J.th of April
next, and that lion. Hiehard Coko has
been inaugeratetl, and will attempt to
soizo your ofibo nnd bmldiogs, and
calling upon tho president lor military
assistance, and has been rafcrrtd by mo t
the procidunt, and 1 am instructed to say
that aftomonndering the lourth section
of article four of tho constitution of
Tula, providing that tlio guvetnor thall
hold his ollleo for the tarm of four years
from tho dsto of ills ttistallniont under
which you clm the right to tho olllce,
and section three of tha nlM'lioii decltra
tiuu attnehud to Slid constitution, under
which you wero chosen und which pro
vides that statu and otht-r oftijors
olociel thcro under shall hold
their ruspovlivis ofil;t for a
term of years proftcribwl by thn i.on
litttullon, Loginning from tho day of thtlr
ijltctlou, un-inr which tha governor olect
clair-is tho ollleo, r.nd moro than four yunra
having cxplrotl slnco your eloctioti. Ho lj
of tho opinion that your right to tho of
lie) of governor at this tl trio Is at lcet .to
tl jubtful that liu tloei not fool warranto
lu sending you United stales troops to eld
you in holding further possesion of It, and
lie Jhereforq di'CllnM In comply with your
re'iueit. " ISIgned
" (Iko li. Wii.liamc. Attorney-Go!irM,
Troni Xeiv Vorlf.
Hi.A' Yoiuc, January 17, The follow
ing ill taken Irom foreign papers rccoiTOd
hereto-day t
Capt, l'ackard o tlio bark, Mry M.
Ultd, reprl collision with an unknown
lilp, wlilch occurred on his Into voyago
from Marsillui to New York, on Novom
bor 3d, at 1 o'clock p,m. He hauled to
and romalnod in tho vicinity of tbu col.
Hssion until daybreak, hut saw nothing of
tho (hip and supposed ihu went down with
a 1 on boatd,
n.vr.tAU ciuiM;r.K.
The consul general of Ittl says a royal
tUcrco bis boon published forbidding the
employment of Italian obllircu in vagrant
)rofesslonsj and lorjulring tho boldori of
iuch children in tbu country to. report to
tbe consnlur'i agent, their own namti ai
well as the mines of tho children, and to
return the latter to Italy at tho holdeu
esper.iolbefora Mty.J S. I'unUbtnoht will
bo roughtjn tliojo.whtt dlsoVey.tho ordtr.
Aid ntjSht municipal anlliorltlen Is sought
to or.for?a tbd provision! f thd'law,
1500 tAiw or wool..
Omaha, January 17. -1100 cuts con
lalnlng 30,000,000 Pji tf wool passed
through here from California tinting 1H73.
a bui dor riKR Moved.
An iinihorise ico block struck ono of tlio
piers of thft Mtisoufl r.ver brblgd hut to
day, throwing it out of plai-e two inches ;
it resulted in no lerious dainigo to tbe
bridge.
! , ' B TlIE .1MISTKII.
Tha tUoatlon of tlio punter's itriko Is
unclisngod.
I'i oiii il i n) i!i U.
JIOIHD or TRC'TEEa.
MaMl'lll", .lanuarv 17. The l.otid of
trustees of Vaudcrbllt unit crsltv adjourn
ed to-day, after a thrsu Jay's sesilon,
Ihihops l'aino and llcTyro prp'ldlng.
Tbit; board nrdulned that'three depart
moms oo oponcu on inn i :iti oi next ,iai.
uery. Tha Hov. Dm. .Surnmars, of Xaih
vll!., and Shlpp, of South Carolina, worn
olectcd and thre-i profoiiors in tho Liter
ary Hcientiflc department, viz: L. C.
(lartanil the Misisippi uni verity; ,1.
O. Wills, Central, college, Missouri, and
X. HM-upton, Alabama IJFnivortty. Tho
board will meet ai;aln at Nashville In
April, when other chairs will bo tilled and
the organisation will be completed.
I'rtim (.'ultotoii.
Gal EMoK, .lanuarv 17,
A Now special from Austin, yi, Odv.
D.tvls stilt holds out. 'o transfnra of
either stale mlicers have ben made. His
friends sty ho will awnit tho roiills of tho
cabinet meeting at Washlogton to-day.
This evening sovon of tha ring leader
met, who were arrested Tha mayor yoi
terday arretted, by civil process, 'four nc
groes and throe white, whocattsud ipiito a
j'.ir in the basomont of tlio capital, but no
demonstrations were h.vl.-. I'.trything
otbrrwl'0 is fi'.lot.
IVhim "Davcnporl, Iimth.
DtVBSroHT .lanusry, 17 Mtt-lt ex
oitement wai created liiire to-day,by rows
from Waihlnton that Judge l)illion,who
resides hero, is thought likely tu bo ap
pointel Chief .l.utlcu. The bar is especi
ally plfiiitd. Intelligenco from nil prin
cipal plates In the tato i to the ttj'ect
that tbo hnnouncomenl bus created in
terest among ll.o uttrrni-y'l anil leading
mon. Tlio pre without distinction
of patty, is Minifying to lils ability und
fitness "for the position.
I'roiu l.lllle Koik.
l.nn.L Kick, January 17. Tbo first
through train on tho Cairo and I 'niton
railroad tor Texarkana went down to-day.
Tho. Allen, preident, II. G. Marquand,
vice-president, chief engineer Morley.nnd
other railroad dignitaries went down on
tho train.
- ip
I'rotialjilitifs.
WA-itiitfOTo.v, Jan. 17. I'robabilitif.
For iS'ew Knglund and Midtlln Atlanth.
states clear or partly cloudy Wf uther and
southerly winds will prevail with rising
temperature and falling barometor.
For houtboru elate, east oi tbe Mi.sl.
tdppi river, partly cloudy weather and ris
ing temporatura with easterly to south
erly winds and probably rain on thecoast.
Kor Ohio valley, rldng'tomperaturo
and falling barometer with southerly
winds nnd "fair weather during tho greater
portion of tho day.
Kortho I.'tko region and (rb6t,the
tOUiperoltlru veill f.ol.l.ly rlsa and con-
itnuti abovo freezing and partly cloudy
wontbor will prevail, except in northern
portions of tbeso district-!, when threaten
ing wi-allier and light rain aro probable.
Oili'eot Obeivaiion, Signal Service l. S.
army. Hilly report ol tbe stage ol water,
.wltli the cbungc for tho 21 hours, ending
S o'clock p. in., January 17, 1B7-I.
. a)ovc! Change".
low I
btatioSh. watcr.lj ltlae.; Kail.
r P'lr I Fir I ?
Ilrownkle o
llruti!wick (I
Cairo hi
Cincinnati i0
I).ivenport.
Dumiqiic a
Kvaiisvllle 0
Fort Denton 0
Hermann o
.lelleftou City
K'.MH.l (JItv,,
Ktol.uk.
LaCro'fo
0
fij rj
Leavenworth ' n
l.exlngtot ; 0
I.lttio Jtock 0
ImUvlllo II
Marietta , D
Mcmphli) '2.
.MorgantovMi !
Niuhvillu
NtuvOcneva i II
New Oilcans8 !l
Oil City
Omaha n
l'atlticuh 0
I'ltt'burg 0
i'iatt-motith
Hhlovi'port II
SI. .lo.-fpl o
6t. Louh i
.St. l'nul
Vlcl;burg 21
Warsaw
Yankton o
2 t
I
s3
o'l
oi
(. ,
o
Bclov hl'ii water mark.
JvliWIN (lAItMNts.
Olnencr slg. '.aer. U. H. A
I'lTI'MIL KO. January 17 RI
slowly, with oj feet.
TU:w Oai.r.Art-, .lnuuary 1", No arrl
Vals. DnnartHil Thnmninn I),m Cin
cinnati, and City or (julncv, at. Louis.
tl-.... .1 ....... 1 - 1 i '
n i-itiuvr i;iouuy anu cool.
litiTLK llctK, January 17. Vcatbcr
cloudy and warm. Tho rivor is still fall.
Ing with '-' feet and 1 inch by gunge and
10 Inches on tbo bars nbovo. Departed
Ilitttle, Flnu IllulV.
VicKHitunu, January 17. Down
Mary Miller, Mollie Mooro, Katie. Up
Currio Y KonntK, Henry Anici. Charles
Huduinnn, Ldy Li-o, John B Maude
Woather coid. ll.vor rising.
Nasiivh.i.k, January IS. Jtivor fall.
Iiik slowly wtlh H feet on Mioals.
Weather clear nidcold. Arrived Cooke,
I'sducuh. Departed Cooko, Fuducah;
Bratifford and F.1U Hugbos, Upper Cum
berland. OiKOiKKATt, January 17. Blvor fall
Init with :J feet in channel. Arrived
Bhippara Own, Nt.bvllle. Departed
Lawrence, Nashville; Arlington, Mem.
phis; Indiana ana Warner, Now Or
leans. Weather clear, growing warmer.
MbMfiti!', January 17 Dopartod
Klla and Glasgow, Whito river ; Dugan,
Arkansas river; Farngon and Franklin,
Cincinnati; Jl&ry Houston, Louisville;
Kalo Klntitty, BU Louis. F.lver ilsing
steadily, AN eather cloudy and cool.
F.VANvn.t,i:, January 17 Weather
clear, Mercury i'O to -t), Jtivor fallen
20 inches. Fort list Up Wild Duck
and barge, Idlowlld. George ltoborts,
Churmnr, Mlnneola, Mary Anient. Down
Feytonla and targes, Tarascon, .1 I)
Farkor and ltcd Cloud. Business good,
J-oiMHviLLK, January 17. Arrlvod
Mollie Lburt, Cincinnati, Doparsed
Mtdlla Kbert, New Orltaru; Hotf nnd
two barges, down. Illeor still falling rp.
Uly, with 11 feet 2 Inches lu tb taual and
0 fet 3 inches oath piers. Weather hat
sjom'owbat "moderated, but is growing cold
to-night. "
Sr. Ioui( January 17.-lliver about
slstlonary atid itlll full uf Ce, which ii
Retting oftand is now no material 1m.
pediment to navigation In the harbor.
Tho Emma 0. Klllott camo up from oelow
without diffleully. Tho John A Keudder
Ii hnrtl rtipnimi4 ui.AA.. t... j -
otbor boau ro tied up at UliTorent polnti.
.loa.u.ji uuuo mm prospocm oi a tuaw
and ipaedy retuuipliea of navigation
oulh.
Alkiirnie, January 17. Flour drm at
C 0C9 60. Corn meal Urm at 3 CO.
Corn demand active and price advanced,
73. Oats scarce and firm at C0C2. Hay
active at 17 C022 00. llran quiet at 18.
Kstgs dull and prlco drooping,
l.ard Hrrn at -;(lOt. Hulk meats quiet
and unchanged.
New OnttiN-, January 17. Hav,
choice scarco '2li tU, other grades dull,
prlmo '-'il 00. Pork held at lu to. Sugar
active and firmer, inferior J5Jc; com
mon 66e; fair to fully fair Cj(j8ej prlmo
to choice tSlQOlc; yellow clerlried lDlOJo
whito clerilled lOfelCJfi. Molasscs'dull,
prime to strictly prime C0i Sc. Others
unchanged.
Chicago, January 17. Flour epiiet and
weak. "Wheat dull and unsettled, No t!
spring 1 23 spot; 1 'I4 Fobruarv; 1 23
March. Corn dull, ucsettlod and lowor;
Not; mixed fi6c spot; 60Je February, 07 jc
Atarch. Oats dull and lower, No ', II jc
cash, l!Jf February. Fork toadr, 11 10
caih.I I 20 Keburayr, 1 C314 70 March.
Lard steady, 8 80(o,8 83 spet; 8 05 Fobru
ary; t 'J 5 March. Hulk meat Arm, about
o higher; shoulders 6c; short rib 7J7Jc
short clear "'.7; all loose spot about c
highor for February. Green moat llrru;
shotildors 5je; shot rib 7c. Hams, 1C lbs
average fec. Whiskey lair demand but
lower 9M.
tir. Lou, January 17. Hemp un
changed. Flour inactive and unchanged.
Wheat slow, No 2 spring 1 20(3! I 27; No
rail 1 -IPQUfl. Corn lirm but slow, No
- mliad C0g,C0 spot; W February; C2;
ilarch. Oats Urm and highor. No 'i
mixed -13J(7i, 13 Harl.-y, Buyers otr.
Bye lower ut 8 . Whiskey lirm at Si.
Fork nulot, tobbinir lot 11 7W7tt6: dry
-.1. ..jiaH .1 1 - . I , ...
boltlors lirm. Shoulders at Feoria old at
u ar.u ciiw nsre. usms i.i; average a,
on order lots CJfuiSJ; a largo lott at Keo
kuk sold privatoT Bacon quit at 7tfjj7
Lard held at S. No sales. Hogs lower,
shippers 4 71 F0- packers I flO(u).r) 30j
bulk sales fi IC3 'J5; paokt-1 since No-
Viimlwr lilt 4'il).00(l '!lt. tlo.rlr- m.i.I
unchanged. Fair to good Texan t(i 'i .0:
fair to choice native stcors 4 tiii 75.
jonmsHiii. lott'iiAXTft.
HALLIDAY BKOTH15RS
GKNKKAL AG14NTS
fc'OHW AHD1NG aku UO.MMIH3IOK
njtuuii.1 i M,
DEALK.HU IN FJ OUU;
. a s-.l am..- ,t
ouio atvi.it an i, ka.vavvik
1 A.X.T CJQ TA P M r 'hCfc.
7i) Ouio Ijhviiu,
Caiuu, Illistoik.
l'K T K H UU II li,
Ksclnatve
FLOUR MERCHANT
Amis
MILL2IR3' .3X.
No. m mi in i.i;vei:,
. 3-140 tt. CAIKO, ILLINOIS
M. I!. Thistle wood. V. J.Thlstcwood
Til 1ST LK WOOD Si CO,,
(SKEIIAI,
OOilMISSION Mbiiohantb
UKAI.E1U1 i.N
FLOUR, CORNOATS, HAY, ETC
-No. 7H OHIO I.L'VKF.,
Cairo, Illinois.
n.2 tr
W. Jitratton. T. Ilirtl
STIIATTON & llllll),
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMI
COMMISSION MKIUJIIANTN,
Asoiits American Powder ICompanv
No. 57 Ohio J.otro,
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS.
. 11. MATUUHH. Ii, l Will.
and (ii:.i:it.i.
0 K M M I S N I It N M K H C 11 A N 'J' ti
IDiALKllrt l.N
FJ-.OtJB; P-32.AI3X';
HAY AND WKSTUN PKOIHOj:,
ouio i n'lic,
UliOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MKIt(!IIANI
Aiut dealer lu
I.1MK, UltUKHT, I'l.AKf KM, UaIU, Kill.
N sisiiu l.errh,
(371 will Kelt In car load lots at maiiilit
turerV prlreii, adtlliii: Iri luhl, 4-1-tl
, J. il. FIULLll'a,
Porwhrtling aud OiitiunHsioi)
WtlA ltr-UUAT 1'Uol'lin.TOH
piepstril to tul.vtril nil-kind ill Iretlit
to all point.
Ilii.liii " ttttfti.tr!) to iiitiiniitly.
D. AY aan. K. .1. Vtts
AVKJU3 A CO.,
& Xj o "cr
0
- AM.
OENKHAI. CDMMIIIIN MKUOIIANTS
Nit 7H I,hk.()mi.i()aii,ii, li.ir.
WOOD UlTTKNHOIiSR A MHO.
HLOPH
(Jniral (,'ominirniuu Morob.oi
IM HUM) I.KVRK
COFFKY, HAURIHONA CO.,
(tict,vtoiit tn II. Hnrtl A ri.iu.i
VO'RV'AK.m lift 1
A. Mil
(-Hiiiniiiaioii -Mtivo.linnl.-,
ri.lSUM,SlltAlr AMI HAT.
No UJ Obi.. Lovt-u, CA1HO..ILIA
It. A. Tbouis L. II. Tlioini
TUOMS'Js HUOTHEll,
t
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IlltOKEIiS
ami tiKALrnts i.f
Nlnjilt) mitt- I'ltiiry llrororlra,
Korelgn and llomeitlo
T-trrxrra AasroD nuts
lilt Comtutrclal Avenue,
CAIItO. ILLINOIH.
MILliKll 4 l'AHKKH,
GENERAL COMMISSION
KUltWAKXH.NG MKHUHANTB,
DKALKKH IN FLO UK, CORN
Oatn, Hay, etc.,
AOKNT8 ok FAIKHANK'rJ HO ALUS
OUlo Lvoo. OAlltO. ILLLNOl.-f.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer in
BOAT STORES,
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIltO, ILLS
dTSpecUl attention given to conMjjii'
inuais una iiinni; oruer. ii-t tl
JOUN 2. PLILL1B4 HUN,
ituoo.orii to John H. i'lilllis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
SID
rUKSVAKUlHU MKH'JUANTS
DKALKH8 IN HAY, OOliN, OATS,
Flour Moal, liran, &c.,
AGENTS KOH LA KLIN AND HAND
I'OWOKnCOMl'ANY.
Uok. Tia.'Tit Htukkt akd Ohio Lkvkk
OAIHO.II.LH.
K. .MAXWKLli & CO.,
Miintiructurcrn and Dcnlurb In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
and
AXLE GHEASE,
AUo Axonta Tor tho
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
LUBRICATING OILS.
.No. 7IP, North Aibnii Street,
St. Lou'l, Mo,
.i-rd.VtVlm.
HKMI9, DUO., & L'O.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AOIN1H HOMI COfTON M II. 1.8
NO. bO Otdo Lctte, Cairo, ill.
...Mm,
MMCKLI.AWEOPB.
0. W. WIIIiKLEK,
Htali'rlii .
W O O X) AWD OOA Tj
or not: and vaiw
Ttiitb street, between Valilnton ul.)
(.'ouiiiitrolkl avenues,
A Imge 4iiidr or ritttbiir; und til
ilnddy oal constantly on band, Stotu
ivond sawed t3 ordor. Onlers Tor oeal or
wood should bo left at tb otlicb on T(t.a
tsr.-at. Ti rim, cash on dtllvuty.
. INMAN LINK
Liverpool .Ifw Tois l,J rUllikl't
Stoainnhip Company,
tim.ib eoataici wim ikitiu ssaim ii iti
uuf naaTI
Kur Umi;le tr.o MH ,
IfOU HASSAOK TltiKKTU
t) ivatnta o.iti'
IHPLY TO JOHN (. Air
IHUro-ilwtj Naw.Tott, f u
II. Mtiupt,
WAUD k 110HKHTH,
DltALKKK l!f WlNtlOW .SlIAIilUt,
Wai.t. I'ait.k, I'iimk Wntrrt
LlAtl, I.IH4KKU Oil
.
ILUJV.INATIMO OM,
Hi'lMTr! TUHt-iCNTIHtl, Ol t
:iuir.i.Ac, Auvuor., Ktc, Kr. .
Vid Coiniueri'ial avctitl.
Cairo, . Ii.limoi
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Healers In
LUMBER OP ALL KINDS
IIAUII A.MS MIST.
Keel coustiutlr on banl '
I'LOORLNO ANIl SlDINtl, ALnO L-ATII.
SirtttirM NollrllMt.
MILL AND YARD COKKXR TIIIBTY-roUKTIl
THICKT ASD OHIO X.BYSK.
tJAIKO. - ILLINOIS. 30-7
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'KaCBII FALL BTVI.KH.
MRS. 31 . J A 0 K S 0 N ,
(Kortncrly Mrs. Swsndsrs,)
announce that tho ha Just opened a,lnrtf
ukortment ot tho
NKWKST,
MOST KA8HIONABLK,l
AND HANDSOMEST
Millinery Goods to be (ound in tbe markot
81m will keep on band
Hath, Bonnets, Klowbm, IUiiiions,
Hrkpb Triuminos or All Kind,
Ladies FuRNiflmuo Goods, Notions,
Collar, UNDKKhLCKvxp, Rcrri,
Anil all coods round lu millinery stores, all
ol wlilch will be disposed ol at tho lotvct
caib prices, Mra, Jackson renpoclfully
asktia continuation or tho pataonage wblch
ban been m libcially besUowed upon her by
tbo ladies ot Cairo and tho vicinity.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TKNTH 8THKRT,
IIMTWlllll WAbC AVMNUS1 AMD WALBU1 '
llr. H. r. ritIJ laloras la put.llu lLt h h
opo4 a
L I V K R T S T A u
on tb nurttiwMt (U of Taatti strait as aa.t
abor.
Htf EUbUs wlli l furnlibej wilb nunc but tn
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VBHIOLKa.
aid the public may be accommodated at al
our of tl B d ly and nlgbt wltli safo team
on the lowt it nas.
Dr. Kleld. ask a sbaro of nubile patronage
and will endeavor to merit U by fair dealUt
and Urir.t ttntton tn niitfnnM.
OAT NTSBU.
BAM WILBON,
Mil
j BOAT BTOBHfl
aioomiB
rUOVIBioMS 1IU,
us
" Oaim, lr-i.
t'ontnur j.iiiimeii .
Tho treat dlHcoverv or tba
ii'e. There Is no pitln wblcli
tbe Centaur Liniment will not
lellove, no kwcllhiK which it
will not subdue, and no lame
ties which It will not euro
,ThUU strong langnano, but
U la tfllA I. lu Mi. Ill.,t..... .
KOTftotS tbo rcclno U nrlntcd arnunil
each bottlo, A circular containing cci tlll.
cate of wonderiul curca ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, sprains, swelling,
burns, scalds, caked-bremts, poieonmin
bitcs. frezen feet, trout, siiltrbeuui.fur.acliu
,tc. anil tbo recipe ol tbo Liniment will bo
Hcntgratl to anyone. It la tho moat won
dcrful bculing and imln relieving ugeut tho
world has overproduced. It&cllsiiNno ar
ticle evor before Old toll, and It nails boitmiiui
It does just what It protend to do. Ono dot
tle of the Centaur Liniment lor anlmaU
yollow wrapper) is worm a Hundred ilol
nrslor spavined, strained or called borhnu
and mules, und for pcrowworm m shr..n
No family or stock-owner cun iilford to bo "
without Contutir Liniment. Price. CO cents;
near bottle. 81. J. II. itoo & Co.. .v
IlruadwHy, Now Yoik.
i yiiiA is moro tnau u sutistitute lor
.aMuruii. si i tue oniy safk artlclo In
existi nco which 1 sure to regulato tho bow.
um, cum niuucuiic unu proauco natural
leep. It Is pleasant to take. ChildrenneoU
not cry and mothers mav iioen. 10.7 i
. f- I ! mj

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