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JOHN H. UBEIU.T. Kdltor and rubllth!.
TKMM8 OJTTHK DAHA liUM-KTIN
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nhi carrier. Inadtauco..
io oo
On year by carrier If ot pild In
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Six Montis... "i
mm Moklhi
lavarlebly In advance
Beatdlag matter ou every pnjte.
faVSpart 'Pliin Dasler' corncs out 'la
a niw dreit which would do credit-to a
city dally. . t
Gtiixr Justice "Waite will rctlcnhli
joeltlon M president of tho Ohio coaili
tational convention, this week, r.nd next
week will go to Washington to outer tf on
Ml oflclat dutlei.
Tnx 'Sunday "Washington Capital
print the following, purporting to to. a
correct copy of a leltor by Jefferson D.i
Tit, rfirlog to the abusive articles conn
earning him publlshod bycx-Oov. Hnrj
8. Foots In tho 'Washington Chronicle':
Slturms, Ten:.-., Nov. 23, 1573
Mr Deak Sin Yours of tho2Ctk lr.it.
hii been thli day received. I ks.ro not
een any of tha article! which you icf-rm
m n K. Voaln has written In Abuse nf in"."
nor have I any dtstre to read wbatcveijhol
mlgbt. writs, in me year ion i pun-,
llantdi him a constitutionally n liar, ana
hli subsequent career only lorrod to con
firm me ilk that judgment, tftneo that
date, therefore, I havo taken no heed of tho
utterances of said Footo. Hit flattery
when he w looking political proferment
In the Confederacy, and hi Hbuia when,
faithleis to hit truit. a Representative in
the Congre.'i of the Confrdornte States, ho
wis preparing for hit ubscquent deiorllon
to their enemy, wero (.like dlircgirdcd by
xne. You areat liberty to uio this ii3 you
think proper. 1 remain rsipoclfu'ly and
truly yours.
.lErrrnsoK Davis
XHENEW YORK ELEVATKD RAIL
, ROAD.
Tho 'Railroad Gazette' for .Tanuiry
Twanty-four give an inturoetiLj; account
of tho New York Elevated IWilro&d, from
iti Inception toiti present cjmplator.pss,or
rather Inc6mpletcnc? to far ti regards lis
maaequaieneii to auoraing rapid triinm
to comparativoly moro than n very few
of the population of tho jjrot mulropoli.
it plan ot tiio road va
originated by Mr. C. T
Harvey and tho charter for.iU. cpnatruc
lion jsraiVM ln ISC". The-llrit lmlt mil-,
Of tho road wm erected on Urconwlch
etreet, from tho JJattery to Day itroet,iiid
watcompletod In lbC3. It was nftorward
exUnded,to.Twcutitb street in 1R70, bu
upbfl'experlraentli.g upon the plun pro
posed to propul tho car J, It wa. found to
tally impracticablo rind a failure in every
way. Toll plan was to "ueo oadlou chttisi
or cablei, worked by ttationcry otijj'ne
ior moving tho traini." AftqrlUU f.iil
uro thoia who hkd contributed lari eiimt
toward it conitructlon IflU confidence in
tbn,proje;t, and ;tho road v.'as Hr.cUy
piacal la the hands of truitess itnd ultl
iiaflyiold under for'icluiurf) or mortis
lea held by various parties. A now com
panywuthes organized called tho Kuwr
York 3-levttoi Railroad company,
with a 'cpital of ten million
tlolUri, 'of w . .Ii eight hun'tirel
thousand dollars i raid to havo
been paid up. Meanwhile tha wirc-ropo
lytteea had been abandoned r.nd roinovod,
aid a light four wheel engine had l.eti
coaitructed and placed on tho road. Tbii
proved so succcriful that tho company
eonmeaced transporting pasiengor April
Tweatle(bl187l. The road rapidly gained
la' favor, so that moro engine and c.trj
ware seeded.
Aiier vuo zaiiuro 01 mu wiro-roj.o tyt
teav'tha road became a tending object of
ridicule. It was obvious that tlero wero
grave defects in Its construction. Tha
eupporting columns oonsistol of fifteeti
inoa Pbceali columns, which woro ramlo
with two curved branches ut tho top, like
the limb! of a ttroo. Tbuso, It kooii Tp
peared, woraTery weak, and wero nt onco
atrenglhesiod with braces. J,sjt year tba
company determined to Improve 011 tho
first p!u' employed, and oroctod another
section at the. upper end of thu lino, cz
tending' from Thirtieth to Thir
ty - fourth street. Tho new
plan was a gralifyiug suouoes.
and from a road which wet unirorially
pronounced aoompleto Jr.lluro hai dnvo'
oped a line which Is steadily growing ;..
public favor, and lis, clearly dornonitrt.
ted the practicability of ro&di built in
thlssjjtesB. Thli hu ban done .
quietly,' and although trains bare buu ,
runajag xegularly for neurly throe yrar,
''proportion of the peoplo inIw
York are still ignorant of that fact.
The manner ia wblcU tho uew portion
of thajlne is built Is thus described by the'
'KaUxoiAjrJeielU' :
Iteoaalste of columns formed out ol f?ur
xound, solid wrdugbt-liou Uu four
and a'haK tnohes'in lamster. Thosonro
are attached to a 'heavy foundation plu'.o
bolteddown to a foundation of m&boury.
At the top the tv rought-lron bars are bent
outwar into four brar.obci. two of which
are for lateral support, arid two IW lougi.
tudlnal silliness. Tho four ban are tied
together with wrought-lron bands at the
neck of the columnr, or just bolow tho
Doiat from which tho bars betrin to branch
outwaro, ana auo at too op. 'J lioto roi.
unn are placed from thirty to sixty rt
nparL and tbe roadway between is tup
porledon'tWo'wrouKht.iron grinders, ach
formed of twotwolve-Jnch chsunul bar.
These are truteod'nt tho ttreut crcnlng,
but not In tbe shorter spans. The bu
tton are Ut Belly placed over tho street
crossings whlljytr.iri leading down
Tho length of the lino it now four miles
and the equipment of lip road comlsls cf
four engine and'tcn cars. The hlghth
of the traclcabova thje strott crossbill U
In no "place let tHan fourtcon foet, Tho
company runs elghty.two trains ovor tho
road eacH;dy and tho faro for nil di.
tancei ' ttyt (f?Ut Tt liM leu In nptrn.
lloa elnco April I8t2cd in that time fcw,
oartled overti tnillfw c paying iiMengori
and!Jls!fullJgnotnor'd)fld SeYdTfltort no;!
watvfoalan eriijfihM lJSs everbejn in
Juro5lji.ou!lC ""iai N
fCOmmnnlfdted.
VROMTtJNNKL HIU..
.lnmiary 21. 1S74
Tlia new world, lor manv ye'r lt -ftt-
darknew, now Ootfiei to light. Tunnel
Jilll, tho vrell known pl-too a! HL rough the
'southern part of tfco Ptt'.e, is situated in
Jo'iswtl ooanty, ftato cf HHnoi', at n
riio of WO foot fn Cairo, on the'fc J.
It. i:., 14 inilti north of Cairo nud 118
south cf Vlncontnw, on high, Lenltby, dty
land. Tho land it yet ehcnp,W the dy
i not far dlitant when It M ill rli Itj value.
It is tho licet fruit Rrowinc rigloa In tho
(oulhern purl of the" .State. lhavelrav
oled from jJnt topoinleSFJ Jfrjtty-
havo lbs belt sit4 on the whole line. It
o tier i ovcry inducement to mwchnict,iuch
at blnckiuiitb, ragon maker, harneee and
ihtfo niftker AJTiI jJjiUja lieu facil.
lies for a Hrtt-eUii eriat m:!l. which wc
are mtjoh lit need of; ZThfl aoopli of ooua-
try ll from 10 to 20 v.V.ih t.i tho nearest
mill. Our town ia yt new, having boon
located not qnlto a yaur It ii yet un
known' to the nortbara portion. Ktt, eft
cvory tide, we havo abundant evidence ol
ai iacreue la j5 vaiae CflSftd. Tpa.
lation not only pgrtcatent, but rapidly
incroulng in 'nMoiVere; Snoiliotal value
mpatlvd to aciUiiilurtprjidujtion, by a
reduction in the d..-t of tranrpnrtatlun. Th-i
merchant i' encjuraged by an Incroaioi
d'jmand'f r l.U ci.i:a:ii j-Jitie; fur thli r
50 n
thre, eiuti abundant caul"
for orratulviwi
li- tho iu
of those wh) may Vtfir.caKld.ln, thiij
n
terprite and carry
ry K dnby.lctjlhmi
ual
capital ftlivr.. Thli Rnlft cxAttjtnoifjv
raotit of zsal and peruovaranea tvairidt-
roctcd, end will remain memento If
future sjoncratlons of what miy be aecom-
p'ihnd by determination ulthoogb eur-
roualed by ditilonltlM. Its beneOt have
not yet beon realized, and may not be fully
appreciated. Coal abound in greet pro
fusion, and is cropping out on every side,
l'bave r. oaal bank caur tho Mrifxcnd which
fcll'ordi a good quality of ival. Knorgotic
men with capital would acatitnu av great
wealth by engaging in thu eaat uet-
co,and overyjnattcamtot is offered tftew
The chief products of lb soli are 1 01
ton, vrbeat, corn, tobao ead fruit of
mattykinds. The oklest Mtvlr Hell at
thev never fall to raise frott everv yar,
When all other fil,.ws art h itti
with good oroj.
Tho scenery on the Cairo and
Viaconnc ruilrou.l, 1 . -bexititlful
Mid tublime equal, t not fuporkor ,to
that cf' the Hudson. Rraden' "vollcv
constitute a striking .natural fentnre,
fc ..u.v... ,..v..,r,-.
Tunnell Hill fall is tho most renownul
IMuotttion is net yet much attended to,
but wo bopo ere long to have good schools
Il'ld Itll tho f.plllWriCB f lo.rnlr-. (
I). IJ.
A NHAV Dia'ARTURR.
.Nov. Uileana Times, .tan. ::i
Thero will nrrivo in this' city to-day,
from WV.urloo, in tho norlhoru portiu'b
uf Iowa, notrly ona bendrod miles north
west cf DubuijK?,
a train or nrrtrs it.kmut oavr,
loaded with flour lor tiii) market and for
exportation. These Cars wars loaded at
Vntorloo, and havu come through, direct
without changq.5",A Tow day' ago thu
'Times' announced tha arrival of through
car from Chicago without change, nnd
that wat tbo inauguration of tbo lino of
'tho Lakca to tho Gulf;" hut hr wo
hv.-u in our street to-d&y nlmoet n full
freight train trom a point for to the
riorlh bt'd wvl of Chicago. Tbo event
it
A (lltASD ACHirV AMKiiT,
for which this oily ii indebted to the .u
torpriio bud foresight which character.
Izes 11k- luaiiuuemunt of the MewOrlenn.
Jackson and Groat Northern railroad, tho
.Miiippi Central railroad, aud the Il
linois Central railroad. The connecting
link from Jackson, Tnnnesseo, to Cairo,
Illinois, cone i.l ved ttnd ooustrucfbd
through the combined ttt'ort nf Ol. 11.
ri. MoUomb, hnd the Illinois Central, did
tbe work.
The importance of tbl nutter appears
to have boon duly appreciated by iiur
Iowa cousins, for before sUrtiog this train
they cauMd a large placard to bo pltcud
on tho tides of each car, v.iilch read
th'l! :
racvi
V'ATBIU.00, lOW A,
TO
! K It. UXjrmtBT AUD CO.,
XKW OHI.XAS, Ut, ,
A count '
HAtl.IUAV HB0THSM,
CAiao.
Vi'e undartUnd this is but tb forerun,
ner of the regular through, iklpinwitt from
that distant point. . Ten more osw, tlml.
lirly loaded, will reab h ia two or
three day, hod thenceforward we may
oxpct such fcrrlval every day from the
' ' rMr ef Towa, nnd presently from xht
i i,ir of Minnesota.
i -i: taulk or MMAKCX
! .. j by tbetmin, which 1 tomato
i.i prursnoe to-day in Ne Orlean for
tbu flrat time, i M follows : AVrtarion to
3)ubuqn, nlaety-threojnik ; Doboqueto
Ofllro, four hundmdand llfty.flvo milts:
(JIro to Xew Otleani, (Ivo hundred and
iVtjMeven inilae. Total, cna thousand
nnd ninety. flvu mile.
Truly this is on country and to the
leple of tbe great valley there I one
dtiny. 11 no mQ be deoelvedr TliW
are tho beginoingi of the great ekes ice
wbx-u I foon to U MooiAUiiibBd, v,htn
Ne Orleans is ti beoowa tho nntrepot
and depot of the traie and commerce of
thtt valley.
,
Train Toronto,
.leux LiviwueTOM.
toRi.XTo, January 27, .lhn T.lviDg.
l Un, brother ol I)r. Llvlnsrston.
te
SKiliiZ at Utwl, lavi: The hut Utl.r
wbith rencbed iifs frieude in Kh!r,l
from my brother, was ded August lv!tbT
rui uoinuftinwi, uo tao evening of bit
i'lotu Coiiiiiilitu.
IK TUX CKAT.
Colvmuvb, January ST. In tha Ban.
ate irtHiay, it mu wa introaueed allowing
8 u,nx
tlm tiny ('of tbS COHIIM''
a.: t
-euii'l't K' d ','tr
V 11
lnt'i' ;i
l.Q ti'
1
I'ii t
I) u
wv to r.ci .ri t r. 1
Utblng matei,! fur 1
iti n .-. , ai p -1
-&s&KJ
TTJVV T Tjf (1 T ih Ft 41 T i i
r ""& :25f 'SaV'
llExoresslvlor. ilioSBullctiii. 1
it
teporwu
l iom WnOi'ttfrtoii
-rrctg
I AVVIXST,
W'.Hiii'rrT'.S, JirfiiHTV
1 L
mi'len 111 Si'.Mio- ri,J rurre'r.rv. loilV
ftldtd to tbo b:!! p-'lipj; "&JlJira tljfu!,,'3
p-j u.i i.l.
lilt LOC.1-1AMA fEKATil.,-: II'.
In fljelStStoS.y Bp3t(lcercJrj-
moves- trutlffl- iTMrntlaU 'rp ww.'ii.
ilc?ui!licn, a Ssnator from T.uuislanr., be
contmittrd lothe eommlttoo on J'rivilegoi
and Election. The motion was started
TUN MtMUltKT
4li) not 1. nd tha Louisiana sneiK t" rn-
gre' to-d'.y, it ttot yet oelng tpTy
Tlie presidtal sent to tho Stnete to-.Ky
tho fvllowing nminatlor : Edwin Mc
(Ji.V, of C" oradf, tii b eovfrnor cf Col
orado Territory , John .1 .lonkius, of Vir
: Go
tolbo
5Sa
ul'i
..J-S H
C0UFS810XAU
bBNATK.
WAnRtrTu, Janurr 17 Afir kit
Morton's sroec in the Senate o-4r on
cheap tran-purtation, the finance resolu
tion was li.kn up. tut Bonator IJayard
m t bvtag ready to speak, further conftd
crtUinn was postponed until tomorrow.
Mr. Morton moved that the Senate
p 'jtd to ttp Cfrs'Jrrstijn cf the reulu-
ii' n 1 fftrKi ty htm a ft day ago, pro
viding str4tiM(ju.aieiaai"i ot-uire
o !-ou to examine and rtcort toGVneresi
tea .t ' lisglalitnan to :-iitiiB .in rt g.ra to
inir-i'.ate 'railroad: to crovide Jut
oh -apcr tr .rsportstlon, for the tafeiy auf
C'iiiinrt o( paMeogers, lor the reform 01
!n,o, and to promote the general cm-
cmcj or ratiruada in Ins inlrrerts ol
commcree and the convenience of tbe
travolicg public. Air. Morton addressed
tl.n Senate in favor of the resolution.
Secaturs Carpenter and Tburman pre
sented retitlon from tbe soldier of the
late war, asking additional bounty. Re
ferred. Thurinan said tbe petitions fre
quently presented wo o la the same nana
wriiting, the abuse of which should be
stopped.
iat. Tburman also presented the pest
tlon of W. V. Corcoran, O. VV. R trg
and other properly boldura of Waibinz
ton. rrayitjg that an InveaieHlori be.
granted Into the affairs of tha flljtnct fcai'
eramer.t. asked for a fow'days since, Tb
petition reiterate tbut grave charges hav
been made oy van. us cewrpape-s.. .i.aia
onlh tablo 'JAfV'li '. I
The joint resolution tn jropnuiti'in f r
an aropriumens to tan rnntiiiu'.ion j roriu
imr for tbo election of.president bs u iii-
ret vote ot;$ pf cp aiitjjsbellilrtiif; the
ofil;e of vco-preet3ent, introduced" by Mr.
Sumner n the ttrst uav f me scss
v.l)n lei,CV(l(i ltat the I'reiident f the
Unit d (Utc afcoiihl be rlcctod by tlii
dbop!o dir.ct without intorvcntl-ja f
tb cleMoraicoIlego. .
Ir MortfirT s iigTthlt tljo coiiiUpalPn
rrivilc'ci niiiTjctiocHu... Ki,d thli itubjoct
ohder" Sohsflleflitlon' er.I 'would fporl
soon. The rn!ntton was rcferrod to tho
coramltteo n rrivlle;e and KI,tos.
Sanr.tfl adjo'irncd.
- i- -
I'n .in i.olloon.
I.oMJoyJ ,11111 :;T. yrwc'jl
c ntinu'i in rp;ard u ihi rtot:s wbkh
cu 1 tbe G .vi-.'iiniert tj decidn upou tbo
lwiu!utioa cf Parliament, ri mo declare
that it wm brought, about by diespoions
in tl.- Cabtof-t; ctl.t r, tti&t Gladstone has
beon summonod before the Court of tbe
Qjeen's Ranch for.net standinu for-ro-elettien
nttar ncaepting to cnsjaavla March
last, Th5dtwt loterAtt'irtMirfeated
over elections, and much activity is dis
plnyed, and prt)on nwppor are
tiled with appeal for rn-elecibm. The
fllction will occupy the fir., two woeks
in February, anil then In tbe borough
tbo timn between the 80th inst. atfU the
7th prox., allowing for delays in tho re
ceipt of writs of elftion In aistint parts
of Scotland roturnod. It is believed the
goneral olcctions will bo completed by the
16th of Pbrujy. Hotb parties are con
ftlent of success. litune isnow I
of lift Uir.l
rrotu HI. IrfiuU,
KA! BA Ltaiat-ATURK.
St. Lot. is, January 27. A pclal from
Topuka, Kansts, to the Rvuning Diipa'.ch
says both bous ot tho logfclatura balloted
tor United State Hv-nator, in itporate aas
slon at noon to-day,, with tli.i tollowlng
reaolt : Senate- I hillip two, Osborne
four, imo&i one, Plumb four, G.io. u
Anthony one, Kinsman four, Harvey five,
v nuor one, iv one, ut. Aiitnon y one,
Cha. Humner, of Mauachusetti, otiu,
Hsioddy one, Carpentir'tWo, Iiangblin one,
KftllCHta one, siudoii two, J.nrimie uu
House OarpenUr three, Small Wood nno,
J'hlllip evcntei!n, Harvy aeveo, Onborn
fifteen, Good in om, Iludton one, lr. An-
theny one, Geo. i. Anthony two, Grfun
onn, I'lumb rourio'jn, Martin on, on in
non
on tro. tl)ICei:nintir7jf It-indiplji-onti i
:irkifl3?, C onl uTwi? AVfbioVtftb -,(
tlploy onn, 7Ri t(nf O'imitbn uo,
(
Riploy
Kiuirinau niiH, r-'t rur .m. Snoddv
Tbe indication! nr thnt i'l.illlrs ilt !
off t-inornw and i'. i.iav t. that tbrt up.
poeitii n ill ut. ito ii fi'oror or Wilder,
but tbln i'i f i ioitr.1 tint nothing ran
bo stated (!cllf,;t':!y until aftor the ballot
in joint nation W-inorrrvr.
-- t r-l r-rr. r
J-'iem'-JtontoifV
IJKk.
Hohiok, Januarj 27. At a largely
at
tended mootloir in l'all River laut nicbt,
rnr.ay woman being preront, a resolution
rag adoytod demanding an a t by tho lug.
Isltture uf ten hour and denouno-
ipit any mprnlmroi p mIrj. it ur.flt for his
plat. 'While tho ioiiiib was iu pro
gress tho cry of Urn uuj raised and a soenu
of friffhtful cor.fun.jn followed. Mvn
luapud ihri'U'.'h window iu ordt-r to c-
oirp nnd women crowded to tbe do a and
platform, BitUIng nn't.xitjrtj.ibUj. aAl-
f J')ittrmibe5xcJt'ioeiil'stmy.
C?' ?l Ti feuitl Ihr l noboily wiu a-
rioiuiyhurv "
. .
MINOR TELXlilUMM.
Tae Treworit bou atChippewa Vails
Y.'lsoonsln, was burned lt i.it. j'lvv'
n were iwrlouly ltjured by falling
wnll.
( , woiei .i.ui!. a)ivt voHpy .rupumd
I the prestllbey of and hit tin fa tbo Ohio
o iritilut'.opjsl eohvytop
v (ok.., a nvw o,i,.,, ,a,v..
t.ed iul'.'i.h t!.!s fur;. -tin.
'I 1- ' - cf , v
ir '. i i i ( . ' . i ut t i .
- jf . i ( i .ii tur 1 . .
a' t Ti i. ' l , ,i ti
Klie.rr.gB, t , on ,ii-it
r i " rat) a.ca t . t o
orAitCtcrr.i
iefi. of (fill
"r- t: : 1
iriill jilt HIR. A
i,',,"'t
bail
nd will,W'tMit t (.onjtressjto-inor;
n w. it savs anV add tn'Oii uiue ox pa.
pr money, pitbs'r Hi t' by tho govern
ment crJadirectv by nttwfiid b.tnki, by
ihfl authotitv a ilit -,v .taiaaiil, Wrwld
l 11 tot).
.At I'Aitu' IlcmpliU
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HMHcmi, Jnnttary 47.- Tao 'AppjaVe--
J il c:., -Uluifiippi tp." iul lays thut iu
-y.te Ijilii wc;cln'.roJuBd.opreVi?t.i
GVnistiTdl.jrimin.ttftns ai:d, extlrtlonato
fntea ellnrg'fll by railroad! 'dfelsrlnt tho
November election vn.id i promuiiing
Importation, trar.cfirtur or tale of spir
Ituo i bquorn in the Siat.
Tha following . ill ir of the radurau &
Mrmpht Mallroai were elctl to-day:--I'rcst.,
R. Uorton, Jf. Y.; Vloo ?rot ,
Hon. Jj. f. Trimlilo; Secy, n. .Morswortti,
i'lurah; Tre,.l.n I.. Norton, Mem-
HWSr O-i ..
IHYHK .NEWS.
Mlcoof Ob'cnatior, M(rn 1 Sertitc l". S.
nrmy. Unlly repirt ot iiu's-age oi wnier,
with tbo chatn(i4 fi'r the it hours ending
3 o'clock p. ni'.v.1aiitiirj 'J7, ISM,
cpx
ltlse.ilFail.
Brownsvlli' ...
itrntMwick
Cairo
Cincinnati
Davenport
l)UbtllIIP
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1'reeport . , , .
tlarmanu
Jof. too City.
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Nashville
New Oeneva
Sew Orkan
Oil City
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Kit WIN ttooni,
Ubserver Hlir. aer. U. S. .
ll ljjri?a!, January 27. .Viosungola
y leal ar.a in ling
VifKM.i January 27. Arilvt.l
rnvoud D parted LouUvuio and six
jHmtr. a. her cloudy nnd cool. Rivur't
ritiog.
3i,w Mi:.rA, January 27. Arrived
R A H.boss, Grund Tower; John
Howard, Arkansa river. Departed
S-ianoon, V,i -ir.nati. Rsiny and warm.
, ACiViLL.'. January 27. River still
Tilfog wiib in feat on sboalr. It h
ri'ir.r-d bnrd R.l day. Airivcrl lirimpford
Upper CLU.berluiid; Sbipper.H Own, Cin
Jt f,n!i 2 ii.cbu- in tuo pan at 0 p in., acd 1
hi now n foot in Kentucky chuto lor ut
landing boats. Hi r-rivs'b or dnpnrtures
except packets.
ir. li'.un, .ianuiry 27. Arrive!
Thura 'Davis, Wt-elnlllo.. lDeparto.l--
Helet.n, Vic'iHbur,?. JliVer ratlins
)Uin tuis morning nud flight tt.owura
during the day, and cold.ir t '-ni,;ht with
proifpei tH of clearing up.
CisflNNATi, January 17 River 3o
.'jut ! inches and falling. Arrived Cbtr
Orlen;; R R Uu1 Vhecling. iight
rain all d'ty.
Kvaiivii.lk, January 27. It lus ruinod
Vadily iocn ten o'clock last nibl
Menurr V to 60. River hat risen -2
(inck-vrlth 2" ul' nrk. Up Idle-
wild, l.awronco, t'tyette, Ueo. ltoborlP,
Majv Atnfnt, Arlington. Down Morn
ing Sttr, (. uchs'.ep, Klorenco Le, Nick
I,onw..-'.h ; generally with flno trips.
Tne I.m ; .''ortb has added largely nnd i
nearly, full,. . ;
Wlrsr .in", fool'st 7T'6ioci Ihlj ovahins
Rivi-r rlirg B'owly. Arrived Andy
l!.u.m, Cincmnatii Illl of Texas, Arknn
a river; Glasgow, Whito river. De
parted Mary IJoyd and Ashland, Arkan
aa rivr; Minaeols, Cincinnati; jl.tnnock
City, White river; Tbos Sherlock, .Mary
Ueuilon, City of Alton, tho two former
last iiigbt, Kw Orleans.
MARJsjnMlKl'OUT.
lit.w Ohi.kam', ,1 injury 27. The
market g nerallyre dull. Jt:itet rintrict
.Uniti'ni. Jin, n 1 Of,, liny, prima 20 00.
Dry tait meati tcarca ud" llrinir CJ, &,
61, Itaoon Mirco and higbor, H, tj, .
Corn meal ilrmor 3 2'6' I 'J; all wtliors
uncliMbgcJ.
ilBMl'HK, Jiif.uary 27. 1 lour quiet
urrhangoJ. it. -an quiot nt 18(n)ia.
I.i.rd ijUiot ' ' i '.ichmgod. jiuiic mi-nts
tin. i. Mi.u'.u"!.- cy.,ij. SidR 8iQHJ.
."I. Iji.i i-., .1 .tiu.iry 27. Flour lower
grt,ui.r a 'ar. .lHUted, g-od medium
ud high'-'', iiiuitivo, m , unchanged.
Wlif-at, iptlrr.' dull and lower, .No 2 of
fOfi at t 2t,j uaih; , 1 201 hid; sullor
March, loM 1 13: fMll qiiiot, No !J rwl of
fend it 16), 1 10J bid;. Hp " offered at
1 OIJ, 1 CJ biJ. IVrn buoyant nnd
bighur; No i w. 0I(S63. Oats steady
duntand aii 4 bi,bnr; ho 2 mixed 45JC7)l,'j.
Barli-y buoyant and higher; ealos of Kan
sas and Nobrijsli at 1 00. Ryo Etcady;
No 2 81. Pork quia 15 0016 23. Dry
Halt meat quiet; sales loom thouldors and
ulear lib, l'il:in, Illinois, loller Marcli U
and b; clear aid packed 8). Jlacon quiot
shouldera 7; tlcar rib 8j(J; oloar OJlOJ
bams V2(d,'i. Lard unchanged, prune,
eteam 8j." Whisky steady 0(5. t
CifioAtiiAJ.iiiiiary27. Plour dull and
unchiingod.' Wrieit dull, and prlcoi iv
shadoilufffcr, th 1, a 23(3,l?26;.Ko 12,
1 til pa-di, 1 2IJ Fib; I 2 March; No
1!, 1 17j. Corn qui. t, wesk nnd lower No
i, M - cash, olo tV'b.. f.ojo March; now
No '., file. 0.nti atiady, No2. l3lo cmh i
4't j' Mnrcli., Ryo fair dcinand nud hlgbor
an -:, euftxe. nancy scarfo ami iirm,
and unchanged, No 3, 1 &0; No 2
fall 1 lol 70, Whiskey demand ectlvu
and advaUcctl, &7o. Pork, lair domsnd
and lowa'r, M 30 caiii or Fob.; 11 70
.laifli. Jarditoudy p y5 otih or Feb.;
0 ii Marih liulk ineam fulr demand and
hlglior; sliotildtrd f,l.i; thort lib "Je; loi.io
t"'t gr'in mea's uu'tdy end uncliunmid.
Hums 1i IU nrorngo 10s.
fi, i- r- - Tlions Jlro's. graccrv Horn,
N 1 it, "i'ri.1,1 tiMini", loriirr Kkhili
Mrec t. Jirnldeii' corner NVajlilir ton ate.
ir e nd l i uii'i'lluiffvl,
bCTjanWry27AtFr:rii:5n
imeiislrfslirnc.l to-dr.y ltyriir..mr
lkr- iihil id ichi.nlslflf this
M' Abnven- Chaugos.
U UJJI.vioTilO.iiarj. ar Olivnr ilfw
slowlv v .id i:j fot t! incho in canal, and
mor, hvansvillp; ItpnjideiJ'ittiburais'J.
knfKfrf; MempHlR -Jp-p'nTttdHP.tt
KWi7,Meirphlr: 'Alfrjiiany Hello, New
and uncbwiii'i-tt yiru .tiuj, ucuin-..lr.iir.
In id pr iuiB?! i yvm Jn to!$ 3jo. r W7r rt "d u-m-rufljLno.lftjlutl
prl?, ttlT!).1 (Oat
ilul! pric" nfo nomlhSl. 'Iluy qulot and
-ffjtiL: ::. ::
i..'uu.TB-a
WIlOLFJSAlilf; AND UKtAH.
LAhOEsf" V.UtHfT sVOOh. Ill tllB 01 rt
, UOUDSSOd.U V4RY 01.0,'lfl.
Jtii tmuiiinl AvoiitJd.
U J I '
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
' Oi 0'. l'ATIKH
O. AYKK!.
C. .T. AY Kit 1
i - AVKR3 L CO.,
FLOTJH
GMKRAI, COMMISSIOR MEHUHAHTS
tto. 7S l.nvKS.OitMtHiRfi. Iuj.
WOOD
niTTKNIIOUSK & imo.
11 -
(j.'tioral L'oLiiiiiis.sion Morohsu'.
'S- IliA OHIO fjkVBK
COFl'HY, HAItltlSON & CO.,
, , $uo'hot toD. Hun! A, Soli,) ., '
i. t
Commifisinn Icrcliants,
vi.iiir..mAi.. ami hai.
Hit C3 Ohio Uv.., OAIR0..1LIA
JOHN B. i'llILliJ & UOii,
: t. HQ-Kiot l(,.J'iha I). rblilli,)
G BNiiKAL C0A1MISS10K
KORWARDINU MRJtCUANTS
!
1. ' ' '
DKAliKV.S IN UAV, C01LV, OATH,
fc 'flour,- Afcnl, lkf.n, &:., '
AGENTS FOR LA FUN AND RANI)
. PO W D.'t'lt CO At PAN Y.
Un'IniTif SraiJ.T titOilHi I,uvbt
- "oAIHO.ILlX
11. A. Ti'ioiui
1.. I), 'lliotni
' TIIO.MH & 'BI50Triil,",
hUUCCIOH? to U. M.llulwi,
COM MISSION MnilCHAHTS, HKOK EMS
' SNU IlKAL.lt HH v
mApIo mid t'liury tirocorii
Forclgu ui Doctcetlc
IU t;omiiiercitl Acttu.
CAIRO. IMilNOIK.
MILLEII & PAIIKHU,
C4IsJN EKA L COMaIISS OK
PORW A RDI 6" M'K ROD A NTS,
DKALKRH, Hi FJiOUIt, COUN
0.tf, Hay, etc.,
AORNT3 roa FAIRUANK'S bOALS
Ohio lievoo, OAIKO. IIAiINOIrl.
U. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GltOOEll,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer in
BOAT STOR.ES,
Xo. 7(i Ohio l.ov.v, CAIRO, II.I-S.
SGTSpecUl ttlcntlou glvuu to comlgn
n:enti and Ulllnu order", 11-2 ti
V . Stratton, T. IHrd
STUATTON & BIRD,
'WILOLESATjE aitOCERS
AN1
CO.UMlfjKlO.V M llROHANTH,
Agents American Powder .Company
ho. Til Ohio l.ovue,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
C. ULOSK,
GKNL'HAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dfalor tn
., IiIMB, OlSWEMT, PL.A8THH, UAIB, RTC.
:,. oiiio i.ivf,
C3T1 will coll In car load Iota ut mr.uult
tun-r' prlnen, addlns Irelght. -J-a-tt
N. Jl. ThMlcwood. J'. .1. TliiHtevJond
Til ISTLK WOOD ,t CO.,
tjEar.id.ix.
Commissi on :vT t. h o h autu
HK.tl.KUd
FLOUR, COrtN.OATS HAY, ETC
Nu.TSOHIO liEVKK,
Uaiuo,
11-2 0
Il.MNOIH.
''..irtjRj-
HOSE
WliiiifHulii ;iinl
A
HOME MADE CANDIES,
NO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ibclwccn 1 Ol h and lltht.i.)
CAIRO;
t0-l-23.3m
I'tiMMiRKioN mi:i.'iia:.t..
. I). JtATJIUHt.
Kill.
MATUUSS A Mil,
AND (ir.N'KR.tli
U 0 M M I H M I fl . M II It f II A N T h
UKAi.ims in "
2T nOTJ-.K,: C3-3.T.3r:
1IA-Y AND WEST P. N PRODUCK.
OHIO l.f.VKK.
J. M. I'UlLLll'a,
Forwarding r.nd Coramisaion
MKltOflANT,
VH ARK-110 AT J'ROVRIKTOR.
prepared to (orwatd u'l l;lti.U
l all pojuu.
ot trulht
lluMnes attended to nromptly.
VK T K ll 0 U Hi",
. IISlIlUllV
PL OU U . MERClLYN'l
.li. H(i
3-20 tf.
i:ii i.i:vi:K,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HALivIDAY
WUOTHBll
GLBNBilAL AGEWTi
i
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.
31 M K l U A t ti.
DEALERS IN FI O'OK
As I iy,eU (.1
, ,.)..
:... MU '
onto utruB aki kaxawih
r.a r,i. c;o:m: jpi.rxjiija.
70 Ohio Luvbu,
Uaiqo, liaison.
JIVrtUUAMIK
C. N. i U Gr II E S ,
INSURANCE AGENT
OFKICK!
Uhl's.
Ohio l.ovoc, over .MathtM &
CaTA'onc hit
HcjiTctenhd.'KyXl
INSUIIANCEJ
UAVKOllD, MOHHIB & 0ANDK1S,
INSUKAKOE AGENTS
Ti lil HiOvi'f,
OITY UATIDNAI. HANK HlilUHUll
CAIRO, ILLS,
I'lio oldoU m-tttblWicd Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing over
5,000,000 00 I
'Imuran! Capital ol tho
fOUWAUDlKfJ AMDfJOJlMISHION thia. thoy vlllccrlnlnly powef un intercut
w .i.i' '"""""i" no Inndgn production can inspire, and nel-
'.' - ; i thtr are they any tho worcu If by rraroiiol
"."'' " 'pe.cllllar faiilltle of production they roi
i .1...., 1.111,.. ....iu - ,.i,i. ...i.nM ...... i ...
tl tho bent
; Unite.) State-
Hctnil J)ialtr.i in
XI)
I'nispi'ctiiH lor 1871 SEVENTH YEAR
THE ALD1NE.
Au Illuitrated Monthly Journal, titilvi:i")
admlttod tn ho tho liandromcfct period
ical In tho World. Arpprrsrnttthe
aud champion or American t.tt'
tfr run bar., is Aook r,u Atr.i sroitit
Tlin Alillnc, nhlle lucd v.dth all thorog
ihrity, hai none of tcinpontry or tlmo
y interest charnclerMio of ordinary peri-dli-alH.
It I an ulctritit miscellany ol pui!
ilirht and Kr.tcelul HtiTatnru and n colli..
tlon ol plcturch, tho mrfjt piiclmrn of ur-tl-tlc
fLMI, In black and white. Although
earii niicieedin utiiiiber afloru a frei.li
pleniure to il frleudr, the real ruluo and
(Mjatiiy of Hie Aldlim will bo munt npproci
atod ifli-r It tin been bound up at the rlnf
ol tho year. While other puhiicationn ina
claim siiierlor clic:i,iiekn, in compared with
rltal ot a hiinllur clan, llie Aidluo I" an uu
Iquo ind orlKln:il couuoptlon alone and tin-
approiieliod notolutcly ttitliotlt conception
In i rice or character.
ART DKl'AKTil ENT, 1871.
Tho ItluttralloiH of thu Aldlne havo won
a world-uldo n-mitatlou, mid in thonrt ceti
Hi' ol Kuropo it N au admitted fact thut
Its wood tuta aru cxampiea of tho blhei-l
lierluctlori ci;r attained. Thu common
jirt'judli'o In frvorol "tccl plati-s," it rap
Idly ) ieidlng to a more educated aud dlk
crlninntnr,' t.nt.j which rtconlzes tint ml.
vnntagea Ibn advantages of superior artistic
quality with grcatt r f.icllity ol production.
Tbo qu irliirly tinted platesfor 1874 will be
'iy Tlio. Jloran and J. b. Woodward.
The ChrUlnnj U.uo lor 1ST t will contain
uruclal ilvrlgna appropriat. to the season,
by our bii-t artiktn, and will surpa in at
tract. om any ol iu prcdeccteon.
l'R Kill UMS FOR 2671.
Kvery subsenher to the Aldinc lor tn
yearl71 wl I rcccivo a pair of chromo,
'1 be original pictures' were painted in oil Jo
I tbo ptibli'hcrs of tho Aldlne. by Tlioina
i Jlorap, wliokc great oiorado picture, and
. ptirchat.nl by congress for ten tbouand
, dollars, 'flic tubjects were chouen to rciw
. rc'nt ten thoimnd dollars. Tiio aubjkcts
J were choaen to represent "llio Kan" and
t ,i'i. - io o..- n ,ir in iic Vblle
iloiintalns, Now Hampshire; the other
i give the Cliffs ortlrccn ritir, Wyomlrg
territory. 'I lie chromoi are each worked
iroin uiiriy uitunci luatcil, and arc in t.zl
(2xlCi and 1 appearance exact laoslmlle. ol
the original.
Nw aI'.k. ti. J .lent. 27. 1S71.
Mcssrn. .lamra ."titton yo. .
Okntlkmsn f aw delighted with ,i10
proofs In tolor ol your cbromos, 'bey arc
wondcrlully succeitiul representations br
uii'chaulcal priitcm of the orllnalulntltiL'.
Very rtiieeiru!iy. Tlios. iloiu.v? '
'riiee chromos arc In nvory tenun jSnien
lean. The y aro by an orlnal American r,n.
, cos, with material ot American insntf...
I turo, from dcnlgus of American orier hr
I in American nalntiir. nml nrfnpr.,l n 1..
I scrlheia U the tiret i-uccoimful AmericaV
1 Art .Imirnnl Ir nn l.j.tmp I ua.,1.... . .
, .... .. ..w (,,,, 1. - 1 u v."' Ill 31,
tut: ii,iii-?iivj 1 wii I 11111V, OIJOU I .J I ill III
every respect-toother cliromo that arc sold
Ingiy tor doubl) tho-aiibecriptlou prlco ol
tiio Aldlne.
ir any subscriber shoubl Indicate a pre
ferenco Tor a rjgtiro Mihjrr.l, tho pahllrliern
will elnl .Thought ol Home" a new and
beatiful chromo, ll.x20 ini'bos, ropri'txotlng
a little Italian cxilo whom apeaklng- ejo
betray tho lorjic-s ol hli heart.
$5 per annum, In advnncr, with Oil Chro
moi frco.
For SSO cksts KXTitA, tb chromoii,
mounted, varnirhed. and prepaid by mail.
The Aldino will, liercalter, bn obtainable
only by subscription. There will no be re
duced or cluh roto; cash for subscriptions
niut bo tent to the publisher? direct, or
Inndtd to the local canvasser, without rc.
-poiislbllity to tho publishers, oxcept In
casei whero tho certillc.ite is Riven, bearmi;
the fAflinllnsli'imltiro of James Hutton A Co.
CANVASSERS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
us a local canvaser villi rcccivo lull and
prompt lulormatlon by npplylnK to
jAMts.tlOTTON & Co., Publisher.
fl Mniilmi ,ann Now York
0. WINSTOK & CO.,
HI'iAL ESTA.rJ:E AGENTS
AIIUTIONltKRB,
7 (fiwioKi) vr.-or.) otrio Lavm,
OAIKO, iun
Uor Aim s3icr.ii HtAi. Kstat.
PAY TAXKS,
IT URHIm AUaTRAUTil
(laa rtiMiiaTilri'
OF TITliK
1J. V, l'AHKEK,
(6uccow.nr to l'arkurit''4lllake,)
IlKAtltll I.N
i TXTrni.1 a xti Arm
V(iiiIhIic, Urostir.i, '
WAMj PAPKH,
WIMDOW flnAUXtl,
And ti; 0 celebrate.! Hlumlattla
AUBORA OIL.
I UriOort'LUIbUlNM, COR ilTaS', OOM
MsaoiAirtv.,
Pa I no
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