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TH K CAIKO DAI 1 1 Y 1JULLETJN, FRIDAY, PE11HUAUY 0, 1874.
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St l& fX2A trta. in Ktitii as
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inltteatotCe prt in tie f ro-irsg of
the body. Tbe number of dlatj piei
eat At the opening ol ibo convn
lion wai evontyliTp of whom
!lfty-one are Iadte, jOno of the rulcu
of ordor it that 7ny peron intoroitcd
' in agricultural puriulU, of tho ago of
1 iixtoen yo".rfeiiialet, and ulglitucu
' years(tnaej, duly'propo5ed, elected and
1 complying with the rulei and rcgulatic ni
of tho 'order, U entitled to membership
' and the ienefil of the dcgreoi taken.''
Among other 'lue'lloun to be cou
liderod by tho iSationnl ' t5r:nge
ie the remoral of lt headqimr
tors at Watbington, I). 0., tu a morn con
iral location, Chicago, St. houii, Indian
apoli'A-c. tie,, each hold up it mperior
claims as being the placo where tho G ran
gerg ought to go. Tbero'i nothing jelf
till about tl of court. - Olilcngo doc;n't
want the National Orange for t9gocd it
will do her, neither does St. Louis nor
lodJanapolli. It W all for the
lnefit of the fjrwige, Kow
e are rctuatod by tho nine
motive. We think Cairo is unquestion
ably the placo where the National Grango
i-1 .itttuldtalpcated. L'aira is uoro central
than any of tbe cities named. The facili
ties for reaching it by rail and rivtr are
uniurpaittd and its rail facilities are In
crossing rapidly. Our people are in tym
pathy with all the questions which bare
operated to make tbe Grange a national
, urbanization, and would giro to its anuual
meetings substantial welcomo, l-'or
thpif Osgood, th'erJi"trons of IIii's?indry
AimlUBn their attantloa to Cairo a tbo
most available city in the Union for tbe
permanent location of their headquarter.
.SEXATon llxTxr.t) has been addrenod
upon tbe subject of Congressional Inter
ference in tho politics of Louisiana, by
ex-Governor Jlebert of lliat ytale. lie
writoaa'Jeniocrai, a native and Kcitl
iw f fIoaislnl-a." 11.) U strongly op
poi B'jlWtioii iu tho Bute, not
ernmentlt (.legal one, but because lie' ob
jects to convulsing tho .Stute vith a new
election. If ordered it could rcarcelv take
placo beforo tbo month of June, "tit a tea'
of Louisiana provides for a new oluation
'in November, of tho members of tho
1 LogislaturiiH (Tho old opo adjourns on
'the 4th of March. If thero aro wrongs
1 to right, the people can right thorn un
der their own constitution and law in
'November, which will answer all the
'pracjfcillrpcjseof an olection in May
'or June under a Congressional lutcrfer
lent." .This. New Orleans 'Times' en
dorses Mr. Herbert's objoctlons to a new
eloctlon. Tbontrres' says ;
Louisiana is too poor to havo an extra
J 'atWliiin forced upon her'it few montns in
anticipation of thu regular November
election,. vtyfi.vis to, deleraiino the com
plexi'on of our noxt legislature. Tho ex
isting do uclojegitiaiure will Imvo con
cluded Its proson't session beforo such an
election could be held, and, for weal
i-OT iit,wofe, lA-MiMls-itoU will havo taken
their place on our statute books as laws,
Hut, say tho objectors, Congress may
not only order a new election, but nil
nxtra session of our legislature, to as tu
bava tho wroucs fastened unon our iw.n.
pl6,"ly.xfe-5ut legislation in tho past
speedily-unilono. That, to an impover
ished people, would tiea rcmodv eo ex
pensive aud dangerous as to bo almctt,
if oot altogether, as binl as thu dimxne.
Two vrpua do not make a rlgla. If by
unauthorized TfiVeral Invektmutiun. whetli.
f Uidjclal or axeoutjve, u uiurpulUu bis
'LeJh To tiled uron'LouIslan&. It Is unui...
specially at this Into Clay, to httempt the
1 jcuriMWon ol tlio wrong by an act or uon.
Krosstonal investigation, iqvally unauthor
f-l . r -f
tut: oatro'a'kd st; louls hail
Tho Springfleld correspondenco (if the
Chlakgo' -Tiibuti' 'of. Wcdbeiday cin
, ,UUm) tlie,fplloin
Inwofb introduced a bill fn the Henalo
to protect Union county and Jontsboro
from, tba rapacity of tho so-olled Cairo ic
I fit. IxiHi lUliroad company. In ISHU tho
county voted $100,000 In bonds, one-half
to be paid wbes tho road wit graded
through tho county, and one-half when
cars wera running through from Cairo to
tit. Loulsi J6iAiKrroie'd $&0,000 to be
paid on tbo same condition. Since then
the company ba(phaoged tbe routo and
begun to construct narrow-gauge Instead
of brosKSgaugarosul. iu addition to this,
tha conpasiy U baliavad to be bankrupt.
Alaxsuidur county Is paying Interest on
lV00 of bossdsiajWa' this company,
and Mr. lnscwo is axJouto avert a like
cliuity from befalling bit jieoplo. Ho
p.ca, of. .crisis m crops, and at a time when
kthi white peo(Io leave tbo Stiito. ' .Mr.
think tlit if tba coionanv has r.ot mc
CMded lo four years In fulHrrtlf Its eon
tntci, II i adoui time ma coirwaol was
broken. Hit bill provided that If the
road l tint guided bjr March neit, the
bonds shall not lie Issued.
Tho 'Sun of lMt evening copied the
Above with Introductory oJltorial com
moots m follow:
Mr. lnscoro li tbe representative of the
pooplo of Union county, and we believe
the only nun who has nail tba hardihood
to Intlronta In the General Assembly that
everytblnc "u not lovelv" with the
Cairo anJ St. LouU U. U. Tho ilatiment
of lb oats dots not help Alaiaoder
ismnlv anr, anil wo dulro to say that If
Mr. Inscore lal IntSluJed In hi bill
ante relWf f.ir the t payers or aiv
rutoJer county br wy of compelling tha
Cr A St. LVu. Kallrvad ivtnpaay to
I .wmrslou read or turn It orer to iom
nt w..i ht auU fcate rarrrsi tb
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tn i IN (Uiiv A. Si IrMils rHllrimrt
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tolLxn In .lii) JfTTf!, - lifci nutn uS
ttifciiuiir aiuiri lir-'r ndusnE ir ;.sy ny
miirn inriiiritn ni ili Jw.Ji ir3-i sstil the
. runt it Mcr.jiV-4.i-
'T1 'lcIi Vdoks to ererr school
loy is Cairo. Why the 'Sun' should
pi:iiilr.liy grblo the truth in regard to
them, ii one of tbe things which no fellow
Cis 5nd out.
A mtnoir of tbo )at) Ttiouias Kwirig,
by bis daughtur, thu wifd of General VY.
T. .Sherinnn, is said to bo iu progross.
Umo of thu latest olllclal acts of oxOov-
ernor lKvis, of Tcyw, was tliu appoint
ment of a Uily m tho CVmmlssionur of
the State to the centennial ivlrbrutlon at
ilr. Van Dyke, df New llainpshlre,
left in his will $1 10,000 to liU rolnlivvs,
and hnpud thoy would not inutile and sbrd
crocodtl.) tiHr? nl lii. iunural, but would
cover him up and hurry home to rtqlit
over tho money.
Madanio llaznine, according to Figaro,
must bo. a very charming woman. That
authority declares that "her figure Is ex
cellent, her movements m gracfully viva
cious Ht thosu of n kitten, while bur feot
and hiinds aro simply Imperceptible."
Thus does Jenkins flourish in i'nrii.
An interesting and valuable discovery
has just been mv.lo at l'rngue. i'ortions
of the opera of "Don Olovani," entirely
in tho hsiidwriting of Mozart, have been
found in the theatre wbxre tho tirtt repre
sentation of tbe great work took place
Tho museum at V!nna has putchased the
trcmure for -r.2S0.
Clara .Mori, a Cleveland girl, who be
gan her ntnge.cnreer at it salary of three
ilollnri per week, was pre.'ented at the
academy of muie, in her native city, last
week, with a set of diamonds and a ba-ket
M rlowcts. The diamonds were purchased
by genural subscription, largely contrib
uted by former school mates of the now
brillliut and siicceofril t.ctrei.
heth..'r or not tjiu 1'rincess Mario the i
bride of the JJuLeof Kdinburg, shall pre
ccdo the 1'rincon Louise, ilnrchicxIcM of
Lorne; is now agitatiug the unglisb court
circles, i'jeen Victoria and the Czar are
laid to interest themselves lu the matter,
tho former advocating tbe claim of her
daughter and the latter that of his. Tho
dispute 1.' to l'S tho Heraldic College.
fit in; f.trpr'cri"
Aisii js-J.Tk.sv jj3 a
or Tin: it i: volution
I'.VSSENtJKIt Tit A IN ON TIIK CHICA
GO AND NOUTinVKSTKHN It AIL
ItOAO WltFCKI.O AND
FIVK I'lIKSONS IIL'UNKD TO OP.1TU.
3IKF.TING OF THE NATIONAL ICE-
I'OHM rONVKNTION AT J'lTT.N
Wabiiixoto.v, February S. The Chair
laid bofore tliu Senate a communi
cation from Ibo Secretary or thu Interior
iu responio to a resolution of tbo Sonata
in clearing tlio reports of the government
directors of the union I'aciUc railroad,
was mm on tuu lauie.
A Joint resolution from the House, au.
thornclog tho appointment of a joint com
mmuu oi r-enato anu House representa
tives to investigat" tho government of the
District of Columbia. wi lost beforo the
Mr. iUmUti said that ho had tbo honor
a few days ago to prefent a memorial
from tbe government of tbe District ou
the subject, and hu hoped tba resolution
jiut road would recoive the unani
mous approval ol the Snat r.nit named
me nuitoer oi suimiors to b three.
Agreed to and tba resolution pasted.
.Mr. Carpenter introduced a bill ol which
huhadghen previous notice, to restore
the rights of the state of Louisiana and
said hu desired tu have the bill printed
and to lie on the table, and early nest
week hu would ask to take it up for refer
ence, and would ask the Indulgencn of tbe
Senate to submit soma remarks explana
tory of tho bill. The bill ws ordered
printed and laid on tbe table,
Mr. Conkllng asked to be excused from
serving on the committee to investigate
the District of Columbia affairs.
M r, Kdmuods gave notice that be would
ask tho Senate to remain lu stssiou and
finish tbe bankrupt bill to-morrow, pend
ing discussion on Sherman's anhndmeut
to Insert 90 instead oMdayi. vi'be Sen
Reported Expressly for the Bulletins
attweU luto eteoullve itSalcD aod .nan
Air. 1'ulatiJ, from t It committee c n tba
rsvlilon of law, reported ft till conrerulin
practice in territorial court. aud sppoali
Mr. TowmtoJ, from tliu romatlttve on
publlo lands, reported back adveriuly tliu
bill to ln:orporate the Ojlomdb Canal Ir
rigation and Land Company. Laidonlue
queitlon of tnurcailng or dlmlriiibint' tho
work at the National Armories, tliu com
mlttoe rote without dltpuiing u( the bill,
and then the Homo took n reoeai ttntll
T:no. Tboevenlnc oilon i to bo for tbo
consideration oi a bill to revlso the itat
NATION at. KHTOnt lONVKNTiO.V.
J-,, .siuiru., February 6.-1
.C t-eh.. was iiUivt to Itl i
I'liistivm., February 6. The National
.10 this morn.
1 My Trended Gf rce t f Ohio, addressed
vVs o.NXTfitin on the progre.s of the
.t list ttste, and tatd that tlio
tn vi.rr t.T.l mtXUc a lde-spre&d Im-
1;m Vii,if...; i 2'e Vrk, addrcMfd
Mir.vntliw. v tie evoiljt In the
viif'lH "t.fU v.'init. licM t.t.J dliL(i, and
nrcwi iba i.i, t. 'p.'iv-i.r f-f JirkEMS wcro
'sifTs.yatl iif-Klwit tbi Ttrtisif&L The
cjiint'iilltiM tin llwils.ri.ii.u. tf -.ntirtpUs and
Yrruillltllinr Wtlt'lV& it fo.o log J'ulnlf .
im tl'Jji f.Btiry ttd tb Institution'
muudfij It CivritUc ihould remain
Si. Wtethsr atknowlcxlgcd or not,.Iestn
Christ ! ruler of tho nations of the world
j and Go-I s moral law tbo nation's guide.
! 3d. Tbo constitution tixes thu moral
ttalutce of tho people, and If tlio constitu
tion be Chri'tian tbe jieoplo will bo Chri
4th. Tbe object of tho amociation is the
porpetuation of tbo Christian .Sb
bath as it if, maintain tho lllhle
Im the public scliool, mid to csUbllsli n
proper regard fur tho eamtlly of tho
marriago relation and thu suppression (f
Intemperance. Dr. Cain, ot l'lttsburg
spoke on the pattlotio features of the
inoromeiit and said that If tho laws ol tho
country had no higher service than liar
rlsburg and Washington they worn with
out Hnv binding upon tho coiiciciicos
of thu pnpl. Dr Keiller tpeke brietly
of the Impossibility ol' pro?orving civi'l
liberty witliout devotion to rrliclciis du-1
ties. 'Tho question of the adoption of the
declaration of principles and tbo resolu
tion was decided by a rising vote, every
one In tho audience rising up ami answer
ing in tho atlirmallve. Tho report of the
executive committee showed that nearly
six thousand dollars bad been epeiidcd
in advancement of the cuh' during the
Salt Laki, February 0. A special
mossago from Gov. Woods to tho Utah
legution, vetoing thu memorial of Con
grass, asking for n committee of investiga
tion in regard to Utah aliair. Tho Gov
ernor states that ho is not aware tho ma
jority of tho peoplo of I'tuh aru
accusedof disloyalty and does not consid
er it necesary for Congress to investigate
his charge that hu had beun continuously
confronted with open violation of the
laws of Congress without ability to en
force obeyunco thoreto because of defec
tion and lalmical legislation, has reported
the fasts lathe federal authorities, and to
the legislative assembly, that to ask him
to join in condemning his ownolllclal acts
as untrue, and rande w(Ji rnalioiom Im-nt,
Is a ssd commentary upon tho judgment ;
and good Usto of those who make there- '
quest that tbe laws of ibis territory as
tfcor now stand, are mado for tlio protec
tion of tho rights of citi.oc. cm nit be
denied. Tbero has not been a jurv em-
panneled in this territory for 1
more than three ycari " who-e
verdict wou a Cvo wen vetoed, J
nor vau taeru no uuuer iuu iwi now in
force, such are the decl-iuns of tbe dir-
trict supreme courts of the territory and
such, tnereforo, is the law. Life, liberty
and property are at tho mercy of tho laws
and dishonest without tho possibility of
protection, you bavo been called upon to
furnish the remedy. The power tn do so
is in cur hand. an'l if wo do not give the
needed legislation, Congress mint.
L'ritusvillc, I nd.
ErAXiiviLLR, I.nd., February 5. At
throo o'clock this morning lire was discov
ered issuing from tho grocery of Chris
Mehr, corner ilidelbock A vonuu and John
street, and in a few minutes tho building
was enveloped in fhinee. The Inmates
of tho bouee were Mehr, his wife and six
children, his father-in-law tnd 11 bar
keeper named George. Of those only the
father, Mr. Mehr, and 2 children escaped
from tho flames. When the press report
er reacheed tho ground, Mr. Mehr stood
on the walk weeping and relating that hu
was awakened by tho smoke aiid heard
Chris calling tho bar-keeper who could
not be awakonod. Mrs. Mehr, hu said
had rushed out of the house with two
children whom tho dropjKid and re
turned to tho houso but never carno
forth again. As soon as possible a eoarch
was mado for tho bodies aud all tho miss
ing ones found. Mrs. Mehr,wben found
bad tho youngest child clasped tightly in
her arms. The remains wore both char red
as wera others. Chris Wundcrlich, a
detectivo of this city, wbo was In tho sec
ond story of tho building at tho time
called to bor to come ; ebo answered
yei, but not appoarlng, she was culled to
again without giving response.
CoLVMnue, Fob. 5. In the Houso this
morning the following bills passed: Senate
bill for tho appointment of a bo.ud of fi vo
centennial commissioners for oacli House;
a bill to forbid the appointing of partners
of prosecuting attorney to defend crimi
nals. In tlio Senatn a bill wits introduced
to amend the Civil Code no as to provido
that tho court of common pleas or dis
trict court may vacate or modify its own
judgment or orders at the term ut which
tho saruo wus made when meli Judgment
was sustained by (alsu testimony, the Sen
ate bill providing that married women
may sue or bu sued, olthor 0110, when tho
action concurs her separate, property or us
a partnor in a mercantile business, or us
between her and her husband and makes
her separate property liable for any Judg
ment tendered therein against her was
Thu House bill lnrrin 11,.. r.
witnesses In civil caic, was" Indefinitely
THROWN VUOll Tltr. THACK.
Coh.aiio, Fobruary C Tbo telegraph
wires between hero and Harvard, Illinois
near which place an accident on tba
Chicago and Northwestorn railroad nc
currud this morning, have not been work
ing (tuco shortly alter thu uccidcint in
curred, and beyond tho fuel that a psisun
ger train was thrown from the truck, and
four coaches burned, no particulars can
yet bo obtained. Harvard is about sixty
miles from Chicago on the Wisconsin di
vision of the f.'hirago ami Northwctern
Oni Clayton and George E. Sims, two
gsmblnrs, revolvorod each other and tho
f.irinor wai'tnortally wounded.
llllcn. N. V.
Urn a, I'ebruary 'u JaJgo AHrol
(.'ot'klinir, father of Senator I'onkling,
died suddenly in this city today, agtd SJ.
- - - -Toronto,
Toiucco rxcTonv bchcp.
TonoNTo,' Fnbriiurr P. C. I'. Hold's to
bacco and cigar factory burned this morn
Ing. Loss $27,000, insuranco jr.5,000.
About one hundred bauds thrown tempo
rarlly out of employment.
Loxdon, February fl. At Wlllo". Hall
there wai a sorious riM yesterday, during
tho eloctlon, rJeveral pcitous were fatally
injlirod, VrnublH i also reported at ltust
Ing in Winsor. Tho Llb'r'aU galr.td ono
seat iu .Southampton.
Till. IIOMKS 0' THBMAMhir. T'ISH.
I'liil.AiiKi.riiiA, February C. Tho
physicians who went to North Carolina
for tho bodies of the .Siamese twin, have
returnod Thu examination lll not tako
placs for two or threo days and will bo
conducted by tho ccdlflge' of plnnlsians
privately, but reports will be furnllied to
the public. Tbe bodios aro in u good
natu of iircscrvatlon
Omaha, February i.IIc..vy snow fill
ing hinco 1 2 o'clock last night and t. still
Hnowtrig, and is now six inches in depth.
Tho storm extends west of the North
1'lnttno whtro it ii about I inches doep.
Tho Union l'acidc trains are in on tiicu
and no trouble, U anticipated.
A lire at 2 o'clock a. m., dniiroyed tho
coopur simp on tho corner of Webster r.r.d
Wamiivotos, 1'nbruary ( For .Mid
dlcSinto mid l.nrpr L:tl;o region, light
winds, increasing cloudinots and rising
For South Atlintii and Ksktern Gulf
State, frllirlg baromntor, northoattorly
wmiis, ri;ng temperature atict incicising
' ancv, upper i.nKe
.. .... ... i i. .... . t
I"1'1 Ui?,n' fcroineli.r
increasiue northeasterly winds or rain
preceding a storm In tbo conlral outb
For Western Gulf Coal eastnrly iinJ
with rein, extending by Friday 'night lo
Alabama and Tennessee.
ci i. vs';inoLiiLK.
Nkw Yobk, February o. l'rlvatc lu'.
ters from Havana ay that aflalrs at
Trcnida ere regarded us exceptional and
not at all indicative of a general upriiing
of negroes and burning of plantations
Tliu opinion prevails that the insurgents
will soon be tible to cross the Old Troohu
In comparative freedom; heretofore they
havo only been able occafionally to cross
in small parties. Should they fuccoe.l in
doliig so in largo numbers thu burning of
plantations U inevitable. Secret organi
zation: is thuugbt to exist with ramin'cH
lions extending to all parts of tho lsUnd
and tbo object of which is to give moral
and material support to tho Insurgent,
who are succo'sful in their operations In
tho central and eailcrn departments, will
endeavor to paes into tho Villas district
hni j. (, conceded tbe Spaniard! aro Juit
now la a titht r.lace and neel men nnd
money to carry on the war, Knd tho want
of both Is apparent ntii tcl'.itig ory se
verely against them.
oiUce of Ob-t-rvatiop. Mgnal Senu-f- I
arinv. I)llv ronort of l iu staro ol water.
with tho cLiinge for the 21 hours ending
:i o'clock ' 1:1.. Fobriiary 0, 1S7J.
eTAllONi. water.' ItUc. Fall.
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Hermann, . .
Jemil -on City ..
Km Hi City
Leavenworth . .
I'.-uluc.ili . ..
Shiuvuport . .
Helow high water niarK.
Observer K. sor. IJ. s. A
rtrrsitt'iiii, February '.
six feet two inc ho-.
N iMivn.1.1:, February 0.--I.Ivor de
clining, l.'l leut cant on shoals, Weather,
uluarnndplcHiHnt. Arrived Klla Huglmr,
uppor Cuiiibiirland-, Ada HuIiiihii, arrived
nod departed, PaJiKah.
Cincikn.vti, fobruary C Itlv'r 22ft.
and fulling. Arrived AimUs, Wheeling;
Hsu Franklin, Memphis; exporter. New
Orleans. Departed- Andy llmim, Mom
phinj Kxcbhtigd, Pith-burg.
MKMfiiis, Ju!irui.ry 5. Wcathor
cloudy with IndiealionB of snow. Itivor
declining. D.ipartl Indiana, Cincin
natl; John liylii and City of Chester, St.
Louis; John li .Ml.i!o.
F.v Ntvii.i.K, February Weathor
cloudy. Mercury to 10. Itlver luis
fallon 18 inches. I'p Shannon, lli'ina.m.
Fayetto and Geo Jtoborts a a. in. Mary
Hounton 12:30 p.m. Mary Ament 3 p.m.
St. Loi. Jt-, February 5. Arrived Hollo
of .Memphis, .Momphi; City of Alton uud
Mollio Moore, Now Orloiius. Departed
Hlsmarck, New Orleans; Johnson, Keo
kuk 5 ICliiuiiy, Ylcksbure; Gilmurn, Cairo.
Itivor falling steadily. Weather clear and
l.ouihvn.i.K, February ft, Hlver falling
very slowly with V loot '.! inches In canal
and" 7 feet VI inches lu Indian pass. Ar
rived John Kllnuur, Lnnruiice, Cincin.
nutl; Kxpurtor, Now Orleamw Departed
John Kllcour, New Orleans; Lawrence,
Na-hvlllui Kxportor, Cincinnati.
Mkmi-hih, Februnry 0. Flour ijuiot
aud unchanged, Uorn'moitl firmer tK)
!) CS, Corn scarco and llrm t0t ,i. Oats
i-carco and nominally oFiO, Hay quiet
li t'CCruo 00, Jlran svarco 20. In sIom,
Lard firm lUtlOJ, Bulk metu quiet and
Nw 0lak, February 6.Corn, da
mand slackened and prices weak, yellow
iPj whito "7. liny qulat, choice 22 60.
Lard' scarce and llrmer, llerca Sgjft, keg
fOjQlOj. Molasses in good demand, cis.
tern bottom 45f760, prime fi2; choice 70.
Other quotations' unchanged.
St. Lotij, February fi. Hemp dull and
unchanged. Flour ctull, demand chlely
for grades at 00 25. Whaat very qulat
No 2 spring 1 VS&l oj. No 3 rod fall
olfered at 1 -19 casb; No 2 at 1 "0. Corn
active acd unsottled, No '4 mixed Cl62,
Oats Inactive, dealers apart in car lost,
Xo 2 sold at 43. Uartey dull and lower
to sell, Kyo bald firm at 10(3,87. Fork
uncanged. Groen moats sold, shoulders
0i clear rib 7J; clear 7 J; bams 8J; dry
salt dull and lower for round lots; sellori
would make con;ossloci It buyers would
tako hold. Clear rib sold at 8; liama Id
and i!0; r.vorago 8J6. Uacon quiet.
Whisky HoaJy at 00. Hogs itlff at 4 8!
5 30j light and medium 6 3536 70,
ptckors & CO057C. Hutehcra' recoipts
4,100. Cattlo firm at 4 GOtlM 7J; gcod
to choice nativo I 7o3 75; Texai 1 76
3 o0 cows and heifers.
Cult aiio, Februiry f. Flour dull and
nominal. Wheat dull and lower; No 1
spg 1 2.1; No 2 1 221 22Jcasb; 7 25J
March; No 3 steady I 17 Corn quiet,
weak and lower ; No 2 mixed cash ;
b&j March ; now No 2 5)). Oats fair de
mand and lower; No. 42'casb; 43 March.
Kyi) in fair domand and higher, No 2
fresh MJ(7.1. Ilarlay dull and drooping,
No 2 fresh 1 80; No 3 1 Ct. l'ro
visions dull and unsettled, f'ork dull and
lower at ll C13 (10 March. Lard dull
and a shado lower at t U'Ji 10 casb;
0 20 March. Hulk meats dull and unset
tied and lower; sbouldtrs 5J5J ; S It "
! ', " 2 ; S C i,' loose spot grcetfhams 14 lbs
average. Lard V. Whitiky dull and
lower, sties UC; closed with sellers at US.
WHITK A CO,
iSuci'tfors to L. .lorgeoien,
.Staflk i.V Fancy Gitoci.nir.?,
DI'. Y GOODS,
HATS, OA l'S,
HOOTS, SHOKS, Ac.
And Country l'rodtice of all kinds.
Corner of Twentieth Street,
Irjy'A supply of choice butler from
northern darioa constantly on hand.
THE SOUTHERN JIOl'EL.
MKS. T. N. OAFFNKY
Takes pleastiro in announcing to the pub
lie that she has taken possession of this,
popular and convniileot hotel on the Ohld
Levee, and that (he has l'.Kl'UHNlsllKli
and Kk.sovatkii It In many respects, and'
is now prepared to accommodate the pub
lic with good fare, good rooms, good beds,
and everything necessary to, and usually
found iu it llrtt'Class establishment.
Thank.ul tor pat patronage, the hopes to
mem 1.4 continuance.
hfu" Day boarder, received at ri-aioui
crates. o2-l20- Im
0. V. WHKKLKR,
Di aler In
WOOD .A.3SIT3 COAL
(JFI'JCi-: ASD VAKI):
Tenth Mreet, between Wa-hlngton and
A largo Mipply of l'ltt-bnrg :ind big
Muddy coal constantly ou band. Stove
arood Kiweil to order. Orden for cm or
wood itjouid tie left at the oilice on Tenth
tBrect. ' crm, cat.li on delivery.
I.iferpoftl fr.Tra HJ rhlla.lal-ibis
csbsa ooarain with uiiyan stavm sib (kiTlSa
Kur Crr;:Bn the Malls
FOH PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaiMia ctioi
ll'PLY TO JOHN O. Aot
I! Hrolr Naw.Terk, etl
II. Ho opt (
Caiko Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
MARIS AM) Horr.
Keep constantly ou hanu
I'YoOltlNO ANU SlDINU, ALSO LATH.
MILL AND VAHD COBNKB TI1IRTT FOURTH
STKBKT JMV OHIO LKVXE.
. MAIKO, - ILLINOIS. 30-7
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
ritKNII FA I.I. 8TYI.KSI,
Jl liS, M . J A 0 K S U IS ,
(Formerly Mrs. Swanderi,)
aunounuuH that sha ban Just, opened a larg
asHortment of Uie
MOST FASHION AULK,
Mllliuory llnoiU to be lound in tbe market
she will keep tin band
llATtl, Hon.vkth, Fl.OWKRS, ltuuioieg,
DiiKbH Tkimminiis or ALL Kindb,
Lahikn FuKNifiiiiNd Ooohh, Notions,
Collauh, Undxrhlkkvks, llnrra,
And all gomU found in millinery stores, all
ut which will bo disposed of at the Iowoit
tu-ti prices, Mr. Jackson respectfully
akua continuation of the. putaonaga wbiiJt
liu-i been so llbcially bostsowed upon her by
the Indie of Cairn and tbo vicinity.
HKMIS, BUO., & CO.,
AeiiMB Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Lovoe, Cairo, Ills.
MEW YORK STOitK,
WUOLKSAI.K AND KKTA1J,,
txauasr Tikiarr siook im iuu oitt
GOODS SOLD VkMYOLOSK.
ihittut ( NIm ! 1 to KtrMS sss Cun
O. O. fATIKII
D. AVBKS. K. .1. AVKIt
AYKR8 A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MKUOHANTs
Ni. 7H Lnvna.OittnOAinn. Il.ta.
woof) uiTTKNiiorsT: "aTbho.
tijuaral (Jonimiafiion Morohanft
inn MUM) I.ICVKR
COFFEY, HAJtlUSUsN & CO.,
(jiicceurtri tu D. liurd &. Son.)
rx.Ot'a.UHAl.1. AMI HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lf.ven, CAIKO,'.ILI.S.
JUUN H, PHLL1S & SOM,
(Buenwssra to John H. l'lilllu,)
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OATB,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac,
AGENTS FOK LAFLIN AND HAND
Cor. Tknth Strkkt ad Ouio Lxvki
II. A. Tbows L. D. Tbom
TUOMS k HKOTHER,
H.iicce-o.m to If. M.Uulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROK EflS
AXli DIAUIXIi Ut
Sastlo ass4 sVuncy Jroc-rl,
Foreign and Domestlo
FRUITS J.3ST3D ISTUTa
VM Commercial Avenue,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNT8 rots FAIHBANK'S BOA LBS
Obto Levee, CAIKO. 1LLLNOIH.
(J. D. WILlilAMSON,
And Dealer lu
No. 711 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
J3Ttfpec,lal atlcntioii given to conHgn.
menu auu muni; order.
STRATTON ti BlI),
Agents American Powder Company
No. 57 Olilo;Lovc,
J. M. PHlliLiFH,
Forwarding and Commission
prepared lo forward all kinds of freight
10 an point,
lltulnesi. altendrd to nromiitlv
X n. Matiiui. h. 1. I'M 1,
.MATlUltfS ,t I MIL
C 0 M M I h ,s I (1 N M K H O II A N Tfi
IIA-V AND WKSTUN l'KODUOK.
AFFAIR OF THE SEASON.
AFFAIR OF THE SEASON.
AFFAIR OF THE .SEASON.
thu; CAT HO
Tt'F.SDAY F.VK., FKH, 17, 1PT
il'KSDAY KVK, FKH, 17, 1871
Tlf F.S DAY K.VE., FKH, 17, HU
O JTt. A. 1ST x
To be si veil by the
S 0 (J I E T Y,
TI KfeDAY KM'.., FKH., 17, 1874.
Tlio C'fiiro Turner Sooifty,
delcrmiiicd lo eclipse any and
every ball iliat lias been given
this season, will give a Grand
Masquerade ball at the. time
and place above mentioned.
It la the determination of the
gentlemen who have the mat
ter in .charge to make it the
biffest thing" of the kind
that over took place in this
city. Neither time nor ex
pense will be spared to accom
pli.h this end, and every one
who attends mav confidently
expect to see such a ball as
was never before given in this
section of count rv.
The following committees
have been appointed :
COM.MITTKi: OP AltltASmiMKNTS.
F. .M. Stock lletli, chairman, Ed. Mu
dcr, Ii. V. Rclncr, Win. Al.u unci 1'.
Flooii M.i.v.vui:n,'. R. Hcbaacker,
Harry Walker ami W. F. Kuchcii
R Kor.iT 1 on Com m irr ke S'teplir 11
Hohwauit, Wm. Hiider, iiinl Charles
LOOK OUT ' LOOK OCT"
c. c. 0. 0.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii prepared to supply customers iviin v!ie
best quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKlt.l loft at Halllday llros. o.'Qcf. 011
Ohio Loee. or at tlio Coal Yard below thu
St. Charles Hotel, w 111 receive prompt atten
tion. The Ten "Mo.n i al'k" will bring coal
lonKitue to itcamers at any hour.
WILLIAM J. AJ.J.KN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlce over First National hank. -10-3m
SAMUEL 1. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k COUNSKLOR AT LAW
Office over First National hank. !'-!Mm
John 11. liulkcy. Wlllam O. Mulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office: Klirhtb street, between Cummer
Olal aud Waclilnk'tou avenuoa.
OREKN ft (JILHEKT,
OOITN8ELOKS AT LAW,
William H.Oreeo, 1
William U. ntlbati, OAIKO, lU.lNOit).
MUes F. Gilbert, J
HII01S OHIO LXYJIB, BOOKS T AMD 8 tlTWa
niTTWATIOWAI. H AN V
H lieruhv elven that delimit havlnir been
mailo lor mnro th'in hlrlv ilavu lu tha nav.
incut of 11 nortluu of tho amount tecureil in
he paid by u cortain moi tKniru exociitcd bv
.luiucs Bulllvan to fjamucl Hunts Taylor anil
Kilwlu l'arious, Truiteoa ot luoumro city
l'i'ODortv. dated .llllv lBth. A. 1).. 1803. ami
recorded In tho Itecorder'N oltlcc, iu and for
Atexiinder county, In tho Stale of Illlnoh,ln
book 1 of deeds.na;ol8l. We. tho under.
f ftrriod, said Tnifctoex, will on Saturday, the
7tli day of February noxt, A, D,, 1074, atlo
o'clock lu tho forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of tho potverof sitlo contained
iu said uiortgaL'e.kell, nt public amnion, to
the liiKhti-t bidder, tor cusli.ut the oincu
tuilldliitfof sld TrimteeH, corner of Wash
ington uvciiuo ami 16th street, In said city
of Cairo, In Alexaudor county anil Slate of
Illinois, nil Iberirht. title and Interest el mill
lames Sullivan, his lielrs or hln assigns, in
uud to lot numbered 1 (one) In block mini- ,
ben'J' (twcnty-llvo) In tho hint addition to t
Mild city ol Cairo, according to tho recorded
plat theroof, with tlio appurtenance, to mi
l.y the p'lrpotcsandcoudltloit ofsald mort
naiei,u.Miio, u.i.iMiiei,,iamiary tin, 13,4,
H. Ktaatu Tavi.oh,
Tni.stceM ofllif Cnlrocitv l'ropcrtv.
Tnttjm ht. 1 dy CTtnW.
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