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d& oiMt to ditcorafvwi
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fc-atstr alght handrad fitMli of 'fait
taadry. 1
Ts Waabiagtoa corraapondant of tha
Cottriar.' bad-'drait waa
a&dar tha laflaa&ca of tiqaer whaa h
e saHM'OJi Dw JUtt lthUaUtwtio&of
.ualag Ma UaUad osae & tha bad of tha
. oJiter of.tlia CaaHtal' LUutuant Frad
k)Uoia ataaaparaca aociaty.
u . n. , ,,
Thk total coat of tha canUn&Ul eiLIll.
tloa.U aHlnatad at Un million dollari.
'.gVin ?liJ of Philadelphia and
tha ratltoada eoaaactad with It hara raiaad
tarea tnllllooi, lira huadrad thouaand del-
r If. 7 . ' " J
co&trlbntod aid, though much talk hu
haaa ladulgad in on tha iubjct Thtre
raaalaa bat a little orar two yeart until
tha Waa will 'Uka place, ksi whatatat la
to be done ahould b do&a quickly, unlMi
tha people of tha country are indifferent
aa to whether the centennial celebration ii
Tbs lUr. . 0. Winn, eacretary of the
AmarUaa, ViUam aiaociatluu, addreaeed
taemiaaiheriof tha geatril awembly on
the tubject of pruen reform, on Wednet
day aight latt. At the concluiioo of tha
lecture, Geo. Benzene of taallliaoia pea
UeaUary comtnieiieaeN, toot afuiuuiu
" noh wltllniii, to UVe tneaurJ to carry
4ab - elfert , the method,
or , reform , uggeteJ. Sena
ton Canfleld, Whiting, Ualdint; and
aaedBeretentatiTe, Uradwell,
t.ila&e'.irf lUacook, iUldfap, Uberly and
wgagy, were appointed euch a committee.
ttmailjf held by the committee on
rtoe4yaiurDcoo, it wae decided to call
aaeilag of the friende of prleon re
oiiJ Itlinioia, In SpriagOeld on tha
ajtiaatii of February nett, for the pur
fee 'ofvvffkcng a permanent organlr.
.tiUITaUoaal'Ciup JteporUr1 furaUhe
'.Un&nal eatimatei of 'latt year'i crop of
daavii Uliaolt, ladiana, Iowa
nCanki, Mlnhatota, Mutourl. Ohio, Ten-
oeatae andrYlMeaala:
xu eennaaes total iiroductioa of uttt
la the lUMe aiatad, u 1172, wm in round
ueeee iMOOObuAelt, aad'thefall.
iifJlMalhkiin)18;3U plicki at ten
aaTt ft-eaUie per cea t. " Indiana ihowt
tae leavtettleaa, Uiaj orar aeventean ner
cent '.a4T4hettM Ue'laseet sals, or
?4"
;eevK,rTn axuaaVM ot
U gg1 Mt erage falling off
Eajpam wm aw suaipareQ VIM tbal
of l5Wtte, e.half per
wnat yieta latt
year tMahure aiataaaearly io.ooo.OOO,.
KeporU frolhecorretpbndonii of the
'Cly -jirfar' indlcaU an nputually fa.
torabliTconditkq M the growing' wheat
a mwt lecjioM, although In a few local!
tlu IttIt(ftard that damage Ui bsen done
by Jtaraaliont of frw.lng and thawing
w altar.
VosTxmru Ur.MKiuthu replied to
tji tfewtte molutlon propping a rutora
tlu '.of the' .Cranking privilege. JU It
itrenglyoppoted toiuoh rettoratioii, Ai
the1 law reaealifig tbe freaking privilege
ual.verAlalo effect ou the fir at tf latt
t.?'1 hM lt hen long
S?-to. lis'",, H t fair trial,
U retneaateadt tUt it be
Uofrepkld until inch 'a trial in be
made1. J Be estimate that the eel talw of
ttampt for the next fitcal year.to cover the
tranimittlon of matter formerly tint
through the mailt under tha frankt of the
UedayT. the, department!
will arnoubt to
twoand-a quarter wlllion'i of dollar. In
tha event, however, of returning to a free
attribution to the poop! uf
Bttbll; aocunenu and uf
Improve teldand garden aaejt; t ug
gaatt, la view of all the faeta, that Lit de
partveat ahould be empowered to arrange
far Ueiitraaipertaikii ai freight iu other
ceaveyancea than mail can, to at out to
am barren tbe legitimate poital biuinii
of the country. Tbe ' abeUtUn of the
iraaklaf rilfs the g eneral ap
pawaaj efrtae -peepU, aa4 if it la the
aeeejM of aavlag to the country two and a
vlllLwia ' cd almlrbtr dallari a
ahj?alwttietla publk t(mat
afaihit Iti rettoratlerj. J
Juavt; n
16.
, r- iE m
la Birmingham, F.nglaud, has been
found an Anti-Spiritual aiioclalion. At
a recent meeting of the members, Mr. R.
J. Lees, a former trance-medium, proceed-
ed to deliver en iddreii descriptive of
discovered it to bo a daluilen. but itill ha
- aspeneaca ipirttuaiitm. no baa
ualiiti In Birmingham urged bim to take
n aapartOMndenca of dereiontng tl
ineir'-medfum, aad he held aeancei for
mat purpoea in Suflolk etrcet. ow;for
tha mode of derelonemont. To derelope
pxuni an it aau to ao wai
to fat thewi'ilt at a UMe, aad if tho con.
ditloni were favorable, and they had de-
Tiopa niiy, me taoie would tip,
w naa tpeeicing medl
K iuviiuuj., wuilu ware
ore difflcnlt to davaloo. flaaaklaiA.
dhMM weat lato the trance, and if taeT
could not eo olT br themielT. ther were
eest) oer,by-meemeric paitea from ona of
me memoeri oi tne circle, lezt, aa to ieo
K www: u.iaey wuaea to tie any
of taearveMrtodUnH a-would gWa
them initructloni. lie uted to ba a teelne
aaMium. and uaad to'ia anlrlu in Oi.t V.
ceum not aiiitngUMn tnem trom real men;
bui, ivange w iay, inn alter giv
ma; up spmiuaium about three
aaoathf he had ' never teen a aplrlt
taouch he poiieaied all hu other
lacultlee of mediumihlp. How did tfapy
.aereiop a teeing medium? Tlie mot
nervoua perenci they could find made
tne bait Minff medlumi. They mint c
aiw'tani aiiBftivM jn a aarc room,
in aw weir ever, ana eit there for hir
aa hewr.' Tbat wai for the int nlirLt.
uj uiui repeal it mi tney couia tee
iiitin. t sat wae xne waT a uee on a
teelag efledlumjlt wai tha way he derelnpod
iwver turae aerioni wno at tua nrotant
Mtwere good medium ainongit the
afWlualbti. j Mr? Xeee . ndit " went on
Uf apeak of the 'mblakaal makla l.tr
P"iu, their general" 'forgetfiiiae. of
amet, ana the imBoeMMlitv. of ariiaUiio
laany of their aemmanIcatloai.il lAmonr
aaac things he-meatloaed thatvttetpir t
eew Awit a acovcu minmier, roaae tlie
muiaeje on ona occuion or manifeitin?
himielf in Birmlncham and Wolrerhamn.
tea at wis aaoie um, Al one lima liie
BiuaJafaam tpttKaelltU were honored by
loBM.TBfW eiaMem iciriti. He remem.
bered one nlaht a nteakina medium
tpcaklng, and on the name of the aplrlt
eemg aeked, the repiy given vu 11 Jetut
CbHtt." He (Mr. iJUVaald. "are vou
"" wmvn lorin m,me jiew ret-
oavioar, oj id worm
aae . aniwar wm " Tea ; " tut
on hliaiklag, "Are you the Saviour of
the world V the reply wat "Ko." There
were pert on t preient la that room who
ware aimac wun mm in a circle tome
time in 1887, or commencement of 18C8,
wok tuey received acommunicaiion lrom
Dr. Livlnettone, who. at that time wat
luppoted to have bean cruelly murdered
in Atr(ca. It took about an hour and a
half to make the communication throuch
the table. The tpirit of Dr. Livicgitone
told them that he had beea thot; that five
Airicant aiucked aim, but before he, wat
killed himtelf he managed to 'tettle"
four of them -, alto that be wai burled in
a village with twmty-eix letters in Itt
title, ate He euoted inrtanctt to' ihow
that the eplrltuelUti theattlvee did cot
morougoiy oeiieve tbe communication!
made to them from tbe aplrlt world.
SKETCH OF THE SIME3E TWINS.
The Slamete Twint, Kor and Chans.
lately retldlng la North Carolina, were
aaunau wiin juoaae in me year 1871.
They were born at a imall vllliaire on tha
coatt of Slam, in the year 1811. Their
parenu got their living by fitbing, and un
til 1829i Whetl sEaff aad Chana- vara
brought to the United Statei they made
their living bv lolllnc shell fith. Tholr
mother bore leventean children. Atnn.
ttate the gare birth to three and never lett
then jwo.,Uut rtoce 'e( tbeee children
weru Oetormai The' twiae1 vera Marted
at the anterior part of the'ehest" by' a
prolongation of a kind of fleiby band
the tlxe of tbe hand. Thlt band of
flesh it about two inchee broad and four
Inches thick. The whole matt waa tough
and capable of being considerably ex
tended. One could whliper in the ear of ouo
of them without the other hearing, while
volatile talU applied to tha nostrilt of ono
had no effect on the other, and while pinch-
lac the arm of one excited no innaatlon
in the .other, still 11 you but stuck a pin in
me exact venicai centre or lan connect'
Ing link both would flinch from tbe hurt
The twins were seldom obterved to con
vene with each other. They played
a good game of draughli, made pretty
much the tame moves, and at the tame
time, and frequently played agatntt each
ouivr.
After attraction a vaat amount of attan
tlon anions- icleoUiu and pbyeioloitiiu in
the old world, they married two tiiteri
ana seined down near Salisbury, North
Carolina, on a well stocked plantation.
In addition, they had at one period ample
muui invotieu toroiigu mair agent In
new lors: uunog me war way contto
ued to retlde on tholr plantation, and
lived in the tamo quiet Hud harmony at
aver, until tome year atterwardt. Of
courts no one ever tboagh of drafting
them, and their negroet prospered, except
when out of temper from any :auo, it wat
apt to work Itself off In striking the first
ono that came to hand, from which the but
escape wat to keep out uf the way, The
brothers probably never would have
had any difficulty, but that their wires
though tlttert, turned away their bearti
and children were tbe raute of thlt ti-
trangement. Up to the period that eaoh
had Ave children all uroiDArad well
enough, but one of them had a sixth and
thlt awoko envy and jealousy to such a de
gree that the twin titters, not being bound
tvgetber Ilka the twin brother, would no
longer lire under tne fame roof. Tbe
brothers were, it teems, alout nfty.four
yean of age, but one, wo believe, the
tmaller and teebler of the two, looked, it
iaiu iu years onior man tne otuer.
Tbey i-ould turn either back to
back or tace to face, but that
it at tar at the remataU (.and
that united theu permitted. It wat almost
ertaln that should either die tha othar
could not survive even more than a few
minuUt,at there wat an artery as largo at
the femoral artery that conneott them. A
few yean tlnce they corretponded with
tome )f the leading lacteal operatori In
London. SI tO the DOUlhllltr nf 'tlm nm.-
. blllcut being out, to that in cite of tha
?eln ol. on' x of the other mlijht
"'"'', jaituerequeu or ibo lndon
turgeon they vitited that city, and many
exporimentt were tried to determine the
safety of such an operation. Among othtr
things a llgaturo wat tied firmly for a few
tnlnutat around the connection between
them, ao as to prevent the circulation ol
blood through the artery. 11 ut it seemed
at if each would expire If thli were per
eiited in. Tbe imaller of the two fainted
away and lost all contciouinait, and thero
were symptoms that tbe tame effect would
fo)lpw to the other, bnt tbe process could
not be continued long enough without en.
dangerlng the life of him who wat the
flnt to faint. Since tbe breaking out ol
tbe rebellion the twins both dretted in the
confederate cray, and were both members
of the same church, bevlnif united with a
small Baptltt church in tbalr neighbor
need, ox which tony were considered very
worthy members, though tbey were bom
in Slat).
4. HEROHtl.
Am airaY!JJaW,t,.. .w -...u.. ....
uvwntgui koci irt mi can
tnm tota hereto metfef create; thtri
thar
11 MrtMW Offered tha Barretiaa of a elr
CHMtanM (ll Which a roune frl Wa
self bravoly under tuch trying circum
stances at would bavo teverely tutted tha
uiwii uog-gea extermination ercr ibown
by the aenut bouio. On Sundav lal !)(
younc ) lady wat at cburch when, during
I iD d,llT"7 of too termon, ibs tuddenly
bacamo
crawnna nttnrnivat maVina. .n.n
.tiooi jo-rney un har leg. fitartled, ae
may wen te nellevod, the was for the
nonce bereft of power of nation, and them
fortbwMfe oftmetd earli wthnr hMiwtk
mini 'nvlraaaaltf Ihs.lw --' if
hennlont touching inakci, rati, and a hott
of dlieuitine creaturn. k( nltli . ,i.n..
tnlneU efl'ort the recovered her pretence of
mind, and br the time tlm "thine" i,.,i
gotashortdliUnce aUova her knoc, the
clutched it through her drew with a vice
llko crip, and held on Ilka
Since the flnt revelation of tha dlstr
ing circumntance the had not uttered a
ounu, nor given any outward ilgn of the
mental torture xbe mutbave tufferei, but
tat rigid and compoied,Srml vg&rjplncthat
horrible thing," which the knew wa
tome living creature, when, upon beine
clutched it gave forth a aqiiaallng tounJ.
ivr iu4i turee-qutrien ot an uour tue
brave irirl tat there aa comcoaad ai Anr
itill retaining hofhoW.'t i thacloat or h
ervicb, wlew thw denattO'l , hnaewardt.
aever relaxlagjher grip until retching
uumu, wuu, giving a nurrioa explanation
iu nur luowiar ioa lainiea atta aray.
A quick examination by the mother rt.
veiled the rreience of a rat. dead a t
door-nail, at the cauie of the unhannv aJ
venture, which for livclv In
revealint: of a remarkable tnlrlt in tb
mind of a younR girl U not often matched
in inn inter nay.
COKKECl'.
lUattomUlc Obtrrter-1
We hkd. 110 to lilt woulr. mnn.iu.1 .Inl.n
Olrly to b a prlntor. We nre happy to
learn, through tha St. lult 'Demociat't'
report o John't taylngi, that our former
opinion wai lounuoa unon nur imonnna
of John't truo avocatlon 1 am a farm-
r, tam our rotller, and ttut nobly
piacea nimtolf amid the rank and Ule of
trr jarmtrt.
JOUX UoWAKD. tha rt nhllintt,rt-
pitt, married hit nune; he twenty.five
uvo, ana tne flftr-two. John wetley
married a vlxon. Peter the rt mr.
rled a rmuinl otrl 1l..mklj -
poor girl, Decauie be loved ber. Shak-
tpearo wedded a f
tpearo wedded a farmer t dnucbter. Hv
ron married for money to pay hit debts
nooort Burnt jnarr ed a irirl whom ha
courted In tho plow-Seld. Milton partod
irom nit wile, waatilngton marriod a
widow. Franklin married tho olrl that
taw mm wiin tbe rolls under bis arm,
Andrew Jacfcton married a lady whose
hutband wai llvlne. Edward Lrtton
Bulwer married h threw. General Kr-
mont married the daughter of Thcmat
uen ton dv elonin?. Alartln l.uthm m...
m uuu. inner uyacinine married a
convert mat anally converted him.
Mr. Jarrtasoy r)it Kin k .
New Orlev.ni, to relate the cirtimitanoe
connected with the limbing letter, told
the gentleman who quettloned him on tbe
tublect that he had no recollection of atirh
a letter; tLat lie did not remember hav
ing received any lewer irom ilr. Uuibing
at tha timaTcfarrad to. and that 1,1
MoWledgeof the pens In waoeei behalf.
tetter purporu bate beea 'erriMen:
Thlt Ii a atranco fact, at the Incident !
ome that would be likely to Imprest a
memory to tenacious as that of Mr. Davit.
It will be remembered that after El.
Hott, the colored nltrcer from South Car
olina, delivered hit iamout "ipeoch'' in
itio uouie, ils i mviv siiKCfrstod thtt tho
etfort wat In all probability an emanation
from some gig&ntic cauraiisn Intellect. It
now trantpires that tho speech wat writ
ten out by Mr. Hoar of Mat.ftchusoltt,
and irlvcu to Klllott to deliver. Ghlcazo
Timet.,
TBLB6RAPHI6.
Reported Expressly for the Bullet!
in.
THE LATEST.
Fid at Wiuuiugtuu. ' '
YYAamsaTo, January 24. The Frail
dent hat appointed James B. Kawlingt,
ton of General Kawlingt, late Secretary
of War, one of tbe cadete at large to the
military academy at "Went Folnt.
The Louisiana bill now in preparation
by General Btitlor, Senator CarpentoranT
others, provides that the new election rro-
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jor iuv ikaiu luail be COII
uuctea under tlie supervision of
congressional roniuinionert, consisting of
vuu Nuiwriuu iwu ruprKseniativet, urn.
Butler will, it it laid, have charge of the'
bill in the Uoute, and Its ptiiage will de-
pond on tbe tupport of tbe Democrat!,
who, for the most part aro onnoarwl to
reopening of the question, beine adverts
to Congrettional Interforanco In the af
fain of the Hale, allboueb condemning
tbe meant by,wblck the, Kellogg govern
ment waa nleced in cower. Sa&atnri 'r.
pentorandTburmm'1, and Geo, Ilutjer
hitd a prolongBircontiiltatlon VasteniaV
on that tubject.
WAiiiNaT0!, Jantiarjr SI. Tho gain
In the Hock of coin In the country during
the flnt C monthi of the current iUral
year It given at about thirty mllllontof
dollari in gold, and ono million dollars in
silver. The number of trade dollari it
tued wat one million two hundred and
twenty-five thousand dollari.
From Men York.
1UC IDI.EKH KEHAIN QUIKT.
New York, January 24. Tbe tuner-
intended uf police, while admitting that
there it sume danger of a disturbance
still exlsitlng among abortion of tbe un
employed workiugmeo, he denltt all
knowledge or any foundation fur the
ttatemerit that an order hat been Issued
fur the protection of tbe churches, owing
to jnformatlcn that t)troatiaere taade by
Comaiilols vltadert! prjr does tat csptaln
ofliue 'prednctjlnfwhloh tho' convent of
St' Catherine Ii situated know the found,
tlon of tbe rumor that this iostltulon wat
to b burned by the more desperate of the
Communist loaders, A large force of po
lice wat held In readinett Init night at tbe
headquarteri, convenient to the convent.
The corrier-ttone o'f the Tribune build
ing was laid to-day according to the pro
gramme. rntuu,
The 1'lonler and C'arvatco
nmuttiitt to nearly $9,000.
fuud
UltCUaKOKU.
One thousand men wet discharged
from the navy yard dialog the past
week.
jOtaril W, rklitJAM
was arraigned In tbo lludton county eoutt
ou a charge of wilful murder, lie plead
not fullty. and bis trial was tit dowa fer
the 10th ef February,
.119 1
TttWL L9tl4t.
AMI
fcUte ef Pi
arrlvii ou
Ui.nvKi.VND, January 2t.-Ff atik Froth
incham. fifteen veart old. wu killed vae.
torusy auernoon oy jailing tafougn oaten
way Xo. 8A, on Rlter itreet.
' r Aim wii4ifag', yr,'j'.
WntELtka; .fanuary Vt. Tha towboa
l'antlier with a tow of coal, ttruck tha
TftlIrHul lHdge arlel!aireAthiaaftornoon
tinmag ttrea barge. ' 1
Korkbaren, MUh.
rma.
looitUAKty,January t. Steam' hotel
Grant de Swinehal'i dry goodt itore, and
tne poit-otneo Miildlng were burt. Lota
11,000 No inturance.
From Halifax
TURIE 1.017.
lULirix, January 2a. A dispatch
trom Foluaoutb, Jamaica, anaounoei the
arrival there from this port, the brie
Horrllla, dli matted aad, with tie lctt of
ttrea of her crew la' a gale. t, , ,
t" f.j ' i
From PkUeVsklpkU.
I'mtADiiLrHiA, January 'Ji. Wm.
I.Ittlejohn hat deelinad tbe nomlnatbn for
uiyor as an independent candidate,
Mayor stooit, nominated by tbe Republl
is now the only candidate in tbe
Held.
From Sab Francisco.
SU1CIDK.
Si:; Thakcmco, January 24. C.
Laytoti, committed suicide by shooting
The weather here it clear and very cold
for this locality and season.
The pro-pects for ao abundant hamit
tnrougnout u state are excellent, -From
WorcMter, Mats.
Mobcistib, January 24. The firtt
convention of the inttructon of deaf mutes
ever held in thlt country it in seasloa here.
discussing the methodi of teaching artic
ulation to me dear and dumb. The con
Ventlon bat voted to establish a manti,
acnpi perioaicatiorjtisttihaUon amon
. V - . . t. . i a
buv lUBllfcUUOUB.
From WJJkeibarre, Pa-
Wit xesSaku, January 24. YesUrday
afternoon a miner was walking along the
main itreet of Fitttton on hit way home
from work, when a stranger on the aide-
waiK, apparently watching for some one,
approached and thot the miner dead
Half a doxen noriont who witnessed tha
mooting attempted to arrett tbemurdenr,
but he threatened to thoot anv one who
laierierea. and Dalline down tha stract
ditappeared In an alley and has aet since
been teen.
From New Orleans.
Niw (Julians, January 24. In rial
vetton thlt morning, at the criminal
court, tbe cue of J. B. Helm, charged
witb the murder of, John .fergutoawas
called and owlne' tothe aoaUrrival of
wnneeieiwae neio over. unoiletbeeeie
wat waitlnr. Johnnv r ereuton. ton of the
murdered man, approached the nrlsonar
oeiwecn me raiuoe aau uie taoie. unob-
jrvJ, and drawlne out a fire-ahcoUr,
thot 11 elm through tbe head, killing him
almott Instantly. Youns Fern man
arxMtavand la now on trialr
Probabilities.
nr . -r . .
i Asm.ioio:, January a. Tie pro-
bablUtles for tbe lUtes eatt of the Mittls
tlppl river are colder, and generally clear
weather will prevail with bntlnned high
barometer.and Northwesterly, to North
easterly winds.
' For the Ohio Valley and thence north
ward over the upper lake regions and
westward to Minnesota, clear or partly
cloudy weather, wijh low temperature and
Northerly to Southerly wlodt.
For the Middle Atlantac and New og.
land States, colder and partly cloudy
weather, with fresh to britk and occanon
aly higher to westerly wlndt, and falling
barometer.
For the lower lake region light mow
followed by colder and clearing weather,
with wciterly winds- 1
UIYKK NEWS.
Ofllce of Ob.ervation, Signal nlce U.S.
army. Dally report ot the stage ol water,
wltu the changes for the 2t houn endlne
3 o'clock p. in., January 21, 1874,
.Above
Changes.
low
water.
STATU).
Klie.iFall.
?IF1?Ip
lirowunvllie
Brunswick
Cairo ,
Cincinnati
Davenport
J.
o-
3
CI
0,i.
N
..Bl
..! n
. &
. ! o
i 3
(I
00
0:0
00
10
uuouquo
Kvauwllle
Fort Benton
Hermann
J erne) son City
Kaunas Cltv
Keokuk. .'.K..l.r...
0
4
6
u
0
lCrone......;..V...
o van worth ; .v.n .v.
Lcxlnetou
,or
6V$
0"7
Little itock
Loultvllle
MarU'U
MempuU
Mnreautotvu
w
0
si
i u
1 4
Nahille
6'
0
t'!2e?m im ...
0,;
0 "0
oucity....w
Omaha - '
raducab
Pittsburg ' !
riatttraouth
Hhrevepon "(
St. Joteph ""
St. liOUit ""
w. 1'eui.... :::
0
op.
6D
U t!'
t 'o 1
VICEIbUlg
Warsaw
Yankton
13
o'i
'llolow high wtcr marit.
Kr.-IK Hootd,
brver fJlic. ber. U. n, A
FnraauBe, January, 24 TUver 'oa a
stand, .with 18 fat 0 Inches,
MKtlr'iiiB, JandaryiXiver fallltia
rion,. vatuvr Ulnar SOU COUI.
NASuvn.tr, January 24 Dtnarttd
Ji 11 Cook, Faducab; Urantford, upper
Cumberland ; Davis, t)t Louis. Weather
cltsr.and cold, lllvor rising, with 10 fet
on thoalt.
Evavsvillk, Jan. 2 Clear, m.rcu.
ry 28 to S3. Iilver riten one foot; wind
from the north. Down Shlppert Own
7:30 p.m.) Very Houston, 3 a.m.; Grey
Eagle, 2 pm; Andy iiaum "and C U
Church S;30.
Ht. Locit, January S. Arrived
Lady Leo, Ked river; Kate lloney,Heory
Amet and Faullne Carrol), New Orleans.
Departed Commonwealth, Atlantic aad
Yaeger, Mew Orleans; Cepltei Oity.Vlchs
burg; flelle bhreveport. "Bed river; Belle
Heapbis; Htmphli. Blvsr rialns rapidly
Virlaal'A'lai Mr:
mm cr
i." IftMfri
art va&l utaiuiMfi It amrvrU
. Cora aarktt
at7W2T3. Oatt
9. Har wattaru
II sacked, Bulk
flrWrrllolder CJ6 J sidei
8. Fowrtoes-peach blowt a 80J
81
9C.
aiara uuu.
8t. JLouiv,Januarr
2t.rJI,uipJull
and1 unchanged. Flonr
iau griaei at
waitat. olli.
s uwafl 00, scarce aad
IT5rTr,,i "nu"1", few buyers end
nothiB(winld except spring. No 2
spring I Mftl MJj Mo'a red faff.' 1 q
1 48j NcT offered at 1 6S1 '62 bra.
Cora l36'b!ghr, No 2 rblxS 6i(cyc.
Oats firm and unchanged. No mhl tt
44jc CMicauo, January a4. Flour dull and
unchanged. "Wheat demand active and
'i1, Hl?,bi,""3ri 1 28 -'cui No 8
fail1' 9r t'TNo268ispot;
CP February: S9 March. Oati, demand
SV,Tt,?d J""101 "dvanced.No 2, 42 J rub;
38f Febrnary. Kve demand fair and
prloei advanced. Jfe 2, 79J80. BarUy
demand active and advanced. Ho a 1 es
S1.,!.21.0 '9li Porktteady at
14 USl 30 spot; 14 30 Februery; U 80
Mrrcb. Lard demand fair and prices ad
vanced 9 tpot; SJ February; ii March
Balk meats demand fair and prices ad
vanced. Bhoalden 6J; 8-K if. 8 O Ii.
9X1? mfu ,ua7 Shoulders 6; hamt
79. WhUky firm at 5
Niw Yom, January 24. Whltky
tteady at 9. 'Wheat in moderate de
??l,ln5i',.hr' 110 2 Cbleago spring
Iowa spriag 1 18(21 62. Rye fairf wettl
era and state 1 oil 10. Barley tcarce
and advanelng. Cora la moderate de-
m?ndl Jjbu'e fTOr Mw western
tnlxed BSQW, new wester yellow s788;
old do 92; old western mixed 9ta93. Oats
in moderaU demand aad higher. Coffee
and luear firm aad anrhesuMd. at
unchanged. Fork firmer; new men
le 00; prime ateti IS 00. Beef and cut
meats unchanged; middles firmer; Ion
clear 8 7-16: abort clear fit- Inn a anti ihntt
clear February 8. Lard firmer; prime
"" 1 ? ' -&0fc January. February and
Maroh'; April 10.
E5TKRPBI8E SAYINOB
att esd 4aaroia at, Uit
oinca w
OITY liATIOrfAli xsAABL, OAIiiO
otyickJU :
A. it. BAJt iTOHfJ. Frealdu;
a. 8. TAYLOB, vlee-Ftetani-
Treaiiut
teucrjui
H U. baacut.
W. a.tnotfUfiL
a. at. Osaatseaajs,
. rtuun.
. f. BUauaav.
Ivewttwea
J Pumas' 0B ttS1" a ie rate ol tit
ear ee&t, pt aaaaaa, ataraa Utaad Bataaaf
r It, lataraat mat MlhH i. VrT. I7l .
f.T h pnaioal of the deaestto, tbareb
ftrlafftheneompooMlataratt. '
ttAaaiaxi womv amd OBrtDau aur
oaroarr moibt
eivaavwoentaaaatJiaaAwii,
fJr2.!y "leeM 4ay sroajeM. to a wm
lf Batimuv tfruat tot KAVTHQ bmP&iiV
aly.miai
etotealeok.
W. HTSLOi. Treat iur.
THE CITY NATIONAL
fcl A. Li tt.
t'Altau. 'itia.sasuiM
OAPII'AL.
1100.000
wir.ttaia.ilAAr,rieaijati '
HCMSt U BALL1U11, Viea-ta.Utai
A- B.8A1KOIU), Oatbiart
W4LTAB UlAUt AMiiitaltaur
tttuta
Hawtv
Oso. D
'. wiiutasoa, BtataaaBiBv
A. h, atioa,
Baraatasre, e4at wm Uau taw aaatea
aeiBlU
Ml-oeliy restlvea, aad a (tatral taukiu
wuawenjey VJUBsej.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
iiAlattt.
H. W. ail LUis, Frttlduit.
J. at. Fhx urn, !ae-Fretldnt.
CHit. CCNNinuBaM, Caahtor.
OOJilittOriONB FBOMFTLY MAOB.
sjiioiifaa, one. bush aol. aad
... waa utr, a
I States aaourifee lanaht us nU.
UalwJ
ansnaat Allawra.. tl
aw BBMtaa
UOSK BIWBBM.
FATRONIZK
BULLETIN BINDERY,
orur Twelfth Btreet aad Wathlngtoa Ave
J. C. HU EL S .
(Ule of Ht. lUl
FKOFRlRTOrt
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOg
MAWUFACTUftKh.
UVA.SK U00K8 of every daulption doue
with neatness and Ulspatoh, All kinds of
ruling done at abort notice . Bibles, ;Muslc,
Maiasinee aad Periodicals bound neat and
tt the lowest poulble rates.
County work, turn at iterordi, Docket
Fee Books, Miauls, etc.. made a specialty.
Uotas, rocket Hool,Kaveleps, etc., made
to order. u.jte.
n.awli!iiaja.na..m.iin xv.i mmtmmsmmm
FOE ttA.IE
CAIRO CITY GAS CO.
2000 butblt af
COKE.
0Uters4 la any W ,f JJui ru
TweniT-ttre buibejt far TWO DOlXAaS,
li-l--lm Hi t, Oxaecue, lust
iui ifi imavaaj tta-ai r.ieeB
PUKRI M
HOME MADE CA1w-TiTi7.fi
MO. 172 WASHINGTON AVIiTUE,
Mak
(.betwfitn 10th aad 11th sH,;
CAIRO
69.-l.2S.Sm.
-
atiacuxa.rae)va.
WflIT A CO,
(ducctssori to L. Jorgeatw.,
UtAltR iw
Staple & Fancy Qeocetiies,
DRY
OOOD3,
HATS, OAFS,
BOOTS, SaOKS, dw.
And Country Froduce of all kinds.
WASHINGTON ATESUC.
Ccraer of Twentieth Street,
CA1KO, ILLIXOIS.
B9A supply of choice butter from
northern dariet -rattantly as hand.
C, W. WHKVLER,
Utalerli
W001j .J5I3D OOa'L
OFFICE AXD YARD -
TtMb .SUitt, betweta WathlagUa
CoBtaervUl eves tut ,
alii
-.J1 uW,Jr Flttabttg and JtLr
Jtaddy seal xonataaUy oa hand. Stove
wood sawed to order. Qrdan tu oeal or
wood aaoaJd he left at tha eBke oa Team
ttrett. Terms, caab oa daily ery.
1NMAN LUfi '
Utanebl Aew T.ia abl ciia4lH.)a
Sttaaiasbip Oumpany,
einii Wiirki: wu cwmasTtrat aa tan
eoTaaraawtt
r.i vmjitt ta Mailt
rUK FAB8AOJS TlOKETt)
6 tcaiaaa oaaif i.a
AFFLV ft) JOUii u. Aai
It hnUif s.oit, r i
WARD i RtWKHTa.
UEt-UU u WlBUOW Bbidbs,
Wilt. Fafbb, Fuaa Wsuib
l.ii-C, LiMsitc Oil
ILLUMlNAXlMG OIL,
Sl-IklTS 'l'OEf BSTJJia, OJ.DB
Skillxc, Alcohol, Kto., Kto.
le CouimeieJal aveaue.
OaJIQ, . . . ltUMQI
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Dtalen U
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
HAfclO asu uort.
K.s ii.iuuntly oahauo ,
t I.O0RING AND HiDINU, Al.ex UXIU. j
MILL iNU Tittl COBVSH TBIBTT-ITOUBTR
STkBST iVD OHIO LBVBI.
UA1HO.
ILLINOIS. U0-7
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
MRS. .M . JACKSON,
(Formerly ilrs, Swanden,)
anneubcai that aha hat lust epensd s'Uim
astorttaeat ol tbe '
MEW EST,
UOBT FAHIUONABLB,)
AND HANDSOMBST
kUlUoery Goods to be found iu tbe market
tlhe will keep ou hand .
Hi.TS, 'UosNtrTR, FCowaas, Ribbovk,
Oaias TaiituiNoa or All Kinds,
LiBlIS FuRKISBIKtt OoODS, KoTIOHS,
COLLABS, CMDBBHLXKVBS, &Vtt,
And all itoods found In millinery stores, all
ol which will be dltpesed ol at the lowest
cash nrlcet. Mrs. Jackaon ramai.iruilv
atfct a continuation of the pataenaga which
iu uu ig iiuciau ursMuwea upon lier Dy
the Udlat ot Cairo and the vicinity.
NEW LIVERTf STABLE.
l'BNVH BTB11T,
BBXWaBa' WlSK'aT AVItTOB AMD WSLWDl
Dr. B, V.lltldi lafonat Ida vatUe thai be b
) uvaaeS a
l i v a h r a v u u .
a bcribwett tiJt cf Yeatb slfott at aaa
atov.
tilt Hu'eUt will tt nualh4 wild aeae lui in
AND UOOIJ VBMIOLBa.
aad the public Buy ba SMonuoodated tt al
eurt of the day and ntfat with safe Warns
on the lowest terms.
Dr. ruids asks a aire urpBhUopatrttaag
and ww endeaTor to uirlt It by fur deaMB
ahd (Riot attention to bUklnsu. "
and Retail Denlnn
in
- - ILLINOIS.
je
NfiW YORK 8T04a?t
WalOLKdAi.K A.NI) JtKl'AIL,
t-aJUUT TAAiBTT llt)K la 7KB 0ITT
OOODeJ BOLD VIMx OLOBk.
tetstarejf
UAlMOv ILLlMOlct.
1. C. O. FATUOt
WiStrattoa. T. Bird
3TMATT0N 1 BIRD",
WHOLESALls GROCERS
COMJaittlOa MiBCMAtlS,
Ac.nti American Powder .Campari v
Ntj. 67 Okl Uitv,
CMRO,
ILLINOIS.
I-
C, CLOSE,
mjlA oeaisr ta
Lia, Cbubbt, Jf'iaTB, aUu, Bra.
. X2T I wtM sefl ta cer leed lota at
tea .1" I
f prices, addtoa- tretaat.
aiaauta
e-a-ti
' O. ATUta.
C 1,.ATIM
ASiCSd A CO.,
OKNIUAL CUMMUeilOM MU0bUAXH
Bo. 7b Lata.OwtoU4JBa,iixe.
WOOD. Riri'KNMOUSJE ft MRO,
VLOUR
itueral C'daiibiaaio iaWeJuBfs
ta OHIO LBVBBi
COFFXl, HABBISUM ft CO.,
(-Wcceaton t O. Bard Sea. )
2j'0W-aVZ5Iltt
aJOt
CommiMioB MerchBntu,
rum.Wall ABB) auw.
H e ta Ohio Leree, CA1B0,1LLM,
! U. A. Thotu
I THOM8 ft
L.D. Tfeonu
BJIOTHER,
auccsMers to 8. M.Buln,
tmUtUHB
eat4e) aetet a'atsey Oevaexlea.
rorelga aad OdaueBe
1M CeauaarcUl Avtaue,
ujainw. . . ia.i.1 Mill . s
... . . . . . s
MILLER ft PAKK1B,
GENERAL COMMISSION
lis
FOBYTABDINtt MBBOHAUTci,
DBALiiKB IW FLOUB, CORN
ObU, Hay, to.,
AUBNTB xoi TAIBBAUK.'B'aHLiLBti
Ohio Levee, OAIBO. 1LLLNOIJ.
O. P. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GRO0ER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer la
BOAT TORE6i
e. 1 Ohio Lerett, CA1MO, UJuS
SaV't'paiid .attaatton glrtn. ta ocuto
Bant and tiling erdtn. UBl

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