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III debate ob tnesoctel evil question
k eontbnied in tnsr Missouri Benite. The
I like to talk afctjut It, and moat of
liio dotat Mrtectly familiar with
III AnU-Monenollsts of Iowa
neve bee la stale convention, and hits
ftMute;wlth eegeclty. A copy of tbo
.paneeeaa IfqrM MM la aaother colu mn
f Tjx MnimtH.r ,
Tmi MriaMUM comenondent of the
Caloafco Tam' OtaigM the. Secretary of
tawirlow it rMpoattbU for tha print
faif leak tUt ha .has been eltbar Ignor
ant cr eat rap t aad demands that ho ho
raf "Rata Ht" who
iie ttte'Mltett of Teggy" la
thai of tha notorl-
6tMMaal,Ma( taa Oinolaiuti Knqui
m.' ' "Wa here Mragglad with nla manu
script, but have bata unable to mako
i Mytktag of It.
TBI 'told Beads'' of tha iaw cannot ha
conviaoedtaat thi law of libel ii an out
rage. They ttiektoit with stubborn wil.
falaeei, aad too many or the paople up
koM teem In tbalr darotlou to an old rula
taat pro tact rascality from ezpoiuro, and
panlshee truth for branding dishonesty
with tha propar mark.
Thi Kaw York 'Tribuna' dooi not bo
Hare, aa many claim, that tbo prayor cm
aada will ratult In more harm than good.
Tha prayara and hymn and zoaloui
work of tha Ohio women," aaye the 'Trib
aa,' "will make It for many yean a nioro
awkward haalnen to drink whiiky, and
a meaner . business to tell it."
Thi friends of Ue'wew York custom
hooaa' rli'g-itVe president, Secretary
KkaerusoB aad Baaalor Conkllnf are
vary angry over tha expose made of tbo
workings or tha moiety system and fear
that the stealings of the "ring" may be
cariauea, whlon will materially effect the
Hew York City corruption fund for
eleotloa purposes. When special agents,
who made $350,000 la four years, are paid
Boeslaal salary, they will suborlbe rory
asuehlaas for elections and presidential
Tha fight orartha Boston custom house
appolatBMat still oontinuee. At first tho
victory seemed with Ben Butler and his
man Blmmoade, The president is grow
ing tired of the subject. Butler is rathor
chap-fallen at Senator Boutwell, who had
promised te stand by his man. but the ex
secretary don't feel like going into a fight
for Ban.-and against 'Sumner, as it now
appears this nomination of Simmonds
Baeana Injury to tba latter who is still
power in Massachusetts, and aver will
be despite party discipline and his oppo
sitlon toOea. Grant.
Thiki have bean several propositions
presented to congress during the last two
years by which tha election or sonators
shall be by a direct vote Instead of as at
present. These propositions are of course
distasteful to senators and professional
politicians, who can better manipulate a
leglalettire than the paople of a state, and
have bean' left to slumber in committee
room pigeon holes. Tha states of Cali
fornia and .Iowa, through tholr legisla
tures, have passed resolutions urging the
passage of a constitutional amendment
toacoompllsh .this questionable reform.
, Tbb legislature of Ohio is a body of
wicked man. A committee of praying
ladles, appointed by a prayer meeting,
waited upon the legislature tho other day
;nni asked It. to attend a prayer meeting
ia the evening. Tha sinful statesmen In
formed the ladles that they were too busy
to pray, and tha ladles groaned over the.
alaful reply. Tha Illinois lsglslatura Is
never too busy to pray never; but It
never prays, Occasionally Senator Ke-
hoe lifts hlt.volse In supplicatleu, and
KepresentetWe Bradwell wrestles with
the spirit, but of all tha members these
., xere.tae only ones Who pray. This Is a
eed.: truth, and goes far to explain the
feet that in wickedness and hard work
and patient toleration of unmerited abuse
aha Illlaoie legislature caanot be excelled,
not even byjtaa unpraying legislature of
tha Baafcaye State,
TBB Bprlngfleld 'BegUter,' In an article
aeeasaeatlag upon the rumor that Hon.
Fernando Wood,the Democratic leader of
ana Mease of representative at "Washing.
'terVitropeaea to reply to' Mr. Dawes1
,shasjts of aatravsaraaca against Pretl
;'eittrflranVsa4salnlatratlon, daeUrae that
- iiim Baaasstats. have expelled froaai their
. 'mlp JhasalaryrabblBg represent-
.vaaivaa'i 91m.. Detaocreis have done no
-gaajh jm if itied jr-e large proportion
iJKf1Dk' aa bara ot congress,
'ttmWMmm Daaaaarata-hava made
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A miktinqV theftlends of prlion ro-
si wmdo Bejaa at npring aeia, aihron u,
rcaatae a.Mlion reform aaaociatlon
stt tha taite. tThe purpoio of the ueocl
ewill te tJatudyand reportupon all
quoitlons" connected "with tho origin and
treatment of crime, to visit prisons, collato
criminal statistics, caro for discharged con
victs and to enlighten tho public through
tha press and from tho rostrum upon nil
topics Coaheclod with crlmo, tho crim
inal class, criminal law. tho administration
of Justice and tbo munsgoinont and disci
pline or prisons witu a vlow to tno cor
rection of existing evils and abuses.
A Oikma.v paper, published at iUjton,
Ohio, sounds its bugle, aud calls upon tlio
German cltlzons to rally, obtiln ;tini, or
ganise and stand props r (i J to resist tlio nt
tacks of tho praying wotnon wltli powder
and ball. If ho knows niij-lliln about
American women, ho would nover ndrlro
resistance to tholr riosircs. Tlioy will If
they will, and all tho powder and hnll in
Chrlitondom won't prevont tbom, I'.von
In their calm'motnonts Uioy aro Irroilita
ble, and wnon thoy prey m they move
they bocomo a cyclone of onthuileam lev
eling everything whclhor It la Dutch,
Engllah, Fronch, or what not, beforo
a i -
Uncle Jbssjs JC. Dunoia is a philoso
pher. During long Jlfotiuie ho lias boon
a close observer of events, and has loarn-
ed wtadoni from oxporlenco. At tho tlmo
tho news ol tho Uto financial crash
reached tiprlngfleld, Mr. Dubois was talk
ing with Auditor Llppmcott. Tho news
seemuti to dumbfound both tho gontle
men, and they, woro sllont for a tlmo.
They did not oven smllo. At longth,
Llpptncott said I " Woll, Jesse, what do
you think of If" Mr. Dubois looked nt
the questioner for a momont, and then ro
pliod: "Llpplncott, you'll soo thed dcat
rovlval of rullglon this wintor you pvor
saw in your llfo." Tlio Goneral was
shockod, and tho convoraation endod.
Mr. Dubois was prophetic.
Tiik smoking out at Washington of the
abuaea incident to tho contingent fund of
the troa-ury has had the o fleet ol making
tlio heads of tho dupartmonta nlmndon
tholr efibrts to aucuro appropriations to bu
called "responsllillity funds." Thoati funds
were Intended aa a moans of paying fa
vorito clerkp and for olhor ijuostlunnlilo
purposes. As an Illustration of this lat
ter, the official statoinont of thn treasury
department contlngont oxponto It sulll
clent. Among tho Itoms for tho last year
was 43,000 street car tlckota li!5 for every
day ln tbo yoar, This is in addition to
the tons of thousands of dolliirs paid for
horses and oarrlsges for ttio'iuo or tho de
partment. In the seorotury'g olllco thoro
were two hundrod dollars ot thla fund
expended for newspapors and periodicals.
There must bo a numbor of lltorary peo
ple about tho eeorotary, or he must bo
quite a dabbler in light reading whilo
borae down with tho caret of olllco. Con-
tlngent funds Just now nro at a discount
and It la hardly probable that Coni:rnsa
111 lielou su iUw ii- . f i. ...
hanker after thorn.
TIIK NEW l'AUTy
A NU1I TO
The following resolutions woro adopted
by tho largo anti-monoply state ronvon
tlon that met at Dos Molnoa, Iowa, on
Wednesday laat :
In order to deflnu our uoiitlon wo. In
convention aaaomblcd, submit to the can-
dia public, as tlio basis of our political
action, tho followlnii roHolution :
1. That tho primary object of freo ro-
puoucan governmoni is a propor protec
tion of persons and property, and that few
and simple laws, faithfully admlniitored,
win doss securo ima eno.
2. That wo aro In favor.of nolltlcal rn.
form, and to that end we demand bunestv.
economy and purity in official Ufa.
U. That wo repudiate the doctrino that
to tno victors belong mo spoils, but. In
stead of that, wo aro In favor of a true
system or civil servlco reform, making
uonosty and capacity tbo only valid
claims for public employment.
. Yiiai, in a protecttvo taritl, wo roc
oenizo a monopoly, and aro therefore op
posed to it, and wo demand fron'iron, stoel,
ealt and lumbor and wool fabrics, and
that a tariff on importations is Justillablo
for 'revenue purposes only.
B. That all corporations nro subtect to
legislative control ; that those croated by
congress should be restricted and con
trolled by congress, and that those undor
state laws snouia oo subject to tno oontroi
of the state croatlng thorn ; that whilo wo
recoenice ine vaiuo or railroads, and will,
in all proper wavs oncoursee tbolr con
struction; yet, whilo enjoying valuable
rtenoblse, tbey ebould bear their full bur
den of taxation, and rocelvo on tbo capl-
winm no moro mnn a justanu law-
iui iiuoreiv, anu snouia cnargo only a. just
and equitable rato for transportation and
C. That wo favor such modifications of
our banking system as will extend its
beneOts to the whole people, and thus de
stroy a monopoly now enjoyed by a favor
7. That we are opposod to all grantt
or lands to railroads or other corporations
and believe that what la lort or the public
domain shall be bold sacred for actual sot
tlera. 0. That tbe pretended repeal of the
baek salary law after the appropriation of
tbe grab, both beforo nnd aftor tbe service
performed by many members of Uongroia
and the failuro to apply to the pro.ldent,
Is a gross fraud upon tha public, and
nothing short or an unqualified repeal will
satisfy the Just demand of tbo pooplo.
9, ' That we deny the alleged noenssllr
of a state printer and bindor of a party
organ, supported by publlo patronage, and
demand that all publlo work, both state
and county, be let by contract to tbo low-
est responsible uaaer.
10., That the election of oyer sixty
members or the General' Assembly, with
an incomplete organixtuVn,- Is a complete
demonstration of tho Justice of our causo
and a promise of Its oerly triumph In the
aiate and nation. y
11. That in tbe corrupt Tammany steal,
the Credit Mobiller fraud; aba eon g ret
atonal, aalarz. swindle, official embenlo
sWtjBBBjttia .iwndredtstffsjUe eeatblua
Hobs, state frauds end swlBd!ee1y which
Democrat and Bepublican oUce holders
hayaaariohed tbemaelvee, , defrauded tbe
Abatoporlaaoa cuaiUd ejffrts, and cor
THE CAIRO DAILY
dially invite all men or whatever calling,
business,-trade or vocation, regardleta of
fiast political views, to Join tia In romov
Bg tba evils that so seriously nfl'ect us
Reported Expressly Tor the Bulletin.
'J HE LATEST.
VKSTIMIDAV'S CON(IKKSSIOAI, ItH
COIll). mis!i:i.i.am:oiis Ti:u:iit aimikj
Ti:i,i:(atAI'IIK!MAHKKTA,NI HI VI It
Iil.inoN, Kobruary 27. I.ulo ndvicoi
from lluanns Ay res havo boon rccolved.
Cholera still rontiniica to rage with un
l'-wilfi, February S7. Tlio cburt of op.
penis has dlsmlstud the claim of Waiind
orll', who styled htmsolf I.ouls VI Is
pronouncing tho mnn a crafty advont'uror.
IUtonnk, February 117. Tho Hpanlah
army uudor (Ion. Morionsa has made throe
attacks on tho Oarllat forco bofore llllboe,
nnd waa repulsed tho laat time.
HIVE IT UP.
Loniiox, February 27. Tho company
which propoaod to lay a light (olo
graph cable between England and Amor
left, baa nbandonod the ontorprlao.
Nkw Vohk, February '21. Edward
Hall, another of tho persons chnrgod with
complicity In tho Iloston, Hartford and
Erie railroad bond forgorios, was arrested
to-day In Jersey City.
N Amu villc, I'ohriiary 2". Andrnw .1.
Fuller, book-kuopor for J)Avid (Iravor,
pltimbor and gasfltturof thla city, com
mtttod suicide thla evening at tho Com
mercial hotel by taking morphine Ho
had boon drinking hard for tho past
month, and wan behind In bla accounts.
Nagasaki, .Iai'AN, February il. Tho
Insurgonts advanuod to tho walls of Na
gasaki nnd thoro has buon umiii lighting,
but with what result is unknown. For
eign rusldonts nre safo under thn protec
tion of their consul and inon-or-wnr in
A $100,000 HUIT.
. j. i in', i j . ii lj 1 1 ! . j 1 J VJ 1 1 H I V I J 1 1 n 1 1
uior lias brought suit agalnvt tho Dotroit
Free l'roas for libel, claiming $100,000
uamagos. tho iibol is in u spociai
dispatch from Wnahlnuton, dated Fob.
20th, charging Chandlor with intoxication
and (liigrucoful conduct in tho sonnto
Illiacii, N'. Y.
1THAUA, l'obruery 27. Tim woman's
tompornnco movemont is fairly started
horo. At ninu o'clock this foronoon bolls
woro rung nnd peoplo in large numbers
aaaomblcd at Library If nil. Dio Lewis
oxplalnod tbo mannor or organizing and
conducting tho movement, abort speoches
wern made by clorgymon ami prominent
cltlzons. liauios irom tno loading fam
ilies of thla city were on the atago and
Jackhonvill, February 27. Tho Nn
lional Crop 'lteporler' publlahcs osllutos
from tho reports of Its correspondents in
. I. - ." tilt I. 1- J I 1 . 1 "
ilia bikium ui iiiiiiuie, liiaians, iuhi, jhu-
aas, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wis
consin, ot the prospoctivo supply of bogs
lor tho summer's packing. In thoao
states theso estimates place the numbor at
liny iior cent, lets than tno numbor fat
tened lest yoar for tbe summer packing.
Wisconsin returns olgbty por cent,
aa compared with last yoar and Minnesota
forty-two por com.; belne respectively
tho highest and lowest avoragoe of sev
Inuianai'OIiIh, Fobruary 27. The atato
agont of the Grangers hero has reported
up to this dato tho organization of 1,150
granges in Indiana, nn nverage or 10 to
The prayer cure movement la rapidly
taking shape hero. A number of moot-
inga navo boon hold niroauy. At a meet
ing held last night it waa agreed to copy
and publiah all slgnnturcs tJ liquor peti
tions, and in case of forgery to prosecuto
BTIl.L IN bKMlON.
Ci.kvki.anu, Fobruary 27. Tho con
vention of locomotive englneors it still in
session. Tho secrecy which has charac.
lerlredthls mooting is atlll maintained
and positive Information of tho proceed
ings cannot be obtained. It it rumorod
that a generalrf trJke has been decided
upon nnd thatCtho, details are being ar
ranged. It Is also stated .that there Is
considerable opposition to this course and
that If now tho strikers do not carry tholr
point, thoy will split from the brother
hood and form a separata organization.
-WAmilSdTox, February 27. For Sat-urday-in
the Middle K,torn Stales
northwest winds, backing to southwest
with generally clear wonitior.
Far the Ohio valloy northeast nnd aouth
oast winds cloudy weathor nnd possibly
For Northwest falling baromotor south
erly winds and threatening weather fol
lowed by northwest winds and falling
temperature. . .
For "Western Gulf Stales northeast to
southeast winds and cloudy weather, fol
lowed on Texas coast by inoderato north
For the South Atlantio States station
ary and falling barometer easterly winds
and cloudy or partly cloudy weather.
BUbLETfJty dATUHDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874.
Washington. Fbruary 27. Mr. May.
arJ, from thn Dnane coinmittoK, reportod
favorably on the bl Hilthorlzlng tho sec
retary of tho treiiiiry to gWe Thomas
IIHIliouao, eaalatanttrtasuror of tho Uni
ted Ijtales ot Nets York city, n credit of
HutOOOon his sWiip account. l'aaaed.
Tho bill la to rejuvo that olllcor from
tho loss or tho prrooda occatlonod by tho
ralo or Intornal tiveniio stamps embrz-
zlod by James .1, Johnson, a clerk In his
olllco, without dofaUt or ncgllgcnco or tho
nsslstant treasurer. (
Mr. Uaard, trim tho llnanco coin
inlttee, roportod a resolution direct
ing tho secrosry of the treas
ury to Inform tlio sonato whothor
any additional logslatlon Is required to
prevent uoiaicallon by oincors rocoiving
ami depositing thitod titato rovenuo
atampa and publU monoy, and whether
poraons havlni: cutody of such (tamps
and monoy ahotlldnot In nil cases bo re
quired to glvo boh I and security for tbo
propor oxecutlon ol their duty ; pntaed
Tho bill to provide 'or tlio appointment
of n commission In ropird to the alcoholic
liquor tralllo being tndnlshod, buslnosa
from tho morning hour of yesterday, we
taknn up. nnd tho n.nondment of Morrill
or Mnlno, appropriating $10,000 for tho
oxponso of tlio coumltslon acrood to.
Mr. Thiirman epposod tho passago of
inu mn on mo trinu tuat it wouiu oo
onl.rln a wii'go for Oonicrnis to cnlor
upon lugiiiat'.on c Heeling tbo riglits nnd
powors of ttatss. 1'ondlnL' tho diacualon
tho morning hiur expired and thn Houso
bill In regard to tho centennial exhibition
was taken up.
Mr. Miimner ollorod n substltuto for tho
houso bill providing that tbo colobrallon
of tbo oim hundredth anniversary of
Ainorican independence shall bo national
and not International in itacharactor; that
t(io nrrangouionia snail bo left In tho
hands or tho original commissioner and
shall bo carried out to conform with thn
provisions of tho act of congrosa nnd that
no monoy shall bo appropriated form tho
national trcu'ury on account or tho colo
nilti.n nt llliLnriinlmn Uli.nril Uncvt.m II. U
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iinny. paiiy report ol thuMagoi
Willi the cliuugcH for tho 21 hour
!l o'clock p. in., February 27, 1B7I
iiriiiv. ,iiiiv riinnn. ni iin,Hinrn fii umpr
42 3d O
41 0 I (I
22 (1 O
;iu ii I i
ill 0 1
0 0 ! 0
llolow Idyll water mark.
Obsorvcr .Slg. Her. U. H.
l'lrreiiuRO, February 27. Klvor tall
ing with 9 foot 0 inchea.
Cincinnati, February 27. Klvor forty
throe feet and falling fast. Departed
I.oUll.vil.l.z, Fobruary 27. Elver fall
Ing slowly with 22 foot in the canal nnd
.'0 loet in Indian pass, iaii, o incnes in
VlUKMIllTr".,1"''"rv ' IlnM'n '11.
tura uity and bargoa, It E Loe. No boats
up to-day. Elver rising. Weathor warm
Naw Orlkan. Fobruary 27. Arrlvod
Husle Silver, St. Louis. Doparted J F
Tolle, St. Louis; John I! Maude, .Mom-
phis. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Mkmnii.x, Fobruary 27. Weathor
cloudy nnd warmer, ltivor rising slowly.
A lnrge amount of driftwood is running.
Arrived Nashville. Little Eock. Do
patod Turnor, Louisville; OItyof Helena
unyor vicKtburg, t. JAMiis; (Jinrksvllle,
Nasiivillk, Fobruary 27. Eivcr de
clining slowly with :0 root on the shoals
Weathor clear nnd ploaannt. Arrived
Lawrence, Cincinnati; llranaford, Uppor
Cumberland. Dopnrtod Ada Hollman,
x-aaucan; Jt.ua jiugue., upper uumbor
land. St. Lou ik, February 27. Arrlvod
Colorado, Vlcksburg; Magglo, Illinois
river; Sam lloborts, Cairo; Colossal, Ko
okuk. Doparted Hollo Momphis, Mem
phis; Hello Shrevoport. Jtod rlvor: Sam
Kobortf, Cairo; Dictator, I'oru. Klvor
tailing slowly. Weathor cloudy nnd
Evanbvii.lk, Fobruary 27. Weathor
cloudy with indications of snow or rain;
mercury 31 to 40; river 31) font 2 Incbos
nnd rising very slowly. Fort listdown
Morning Star, Alice Urori n, Simpson Hor
ner. Charmer. Tnrascon, Favetto. Koborts.
quickstop, T N Miller, Wild Doer, and
Liberty No 2, goncrally with good trips,
Nkw Yobk, Fobruary 37. Custom
recoipts, $270,000. Treasury dlaburao-
mntit. 1 U I Finn VrtnAw n. . .4 . n .
1. 1 u .( i fiui.vuv, . i. v 1 1 u J vrbj m JU.
cent. Storling clotod Urmer at 483481
for 60 days, and 487 at s'lrbt. Oold rang
ed 112)6)112, cloidng at 112 J. Carrying
rates, 26)4 percent. Clonrlnca. no.000.000.
State bonds quiet and unchangod. Gov
ernment bonds closod quiet end firm.
Stocks woro woak throughout tbo day,
with nonrly tho lowott pricos at tho close.
MKiil'iiis, Fobruary 27. Flour dull,
and pricea aro nominal, Corn scarco and
firm at 77 Onta quiet and weak; mixed
6tG9. Jirun dull, and pricos aro nom
inal. Fork dull ; palcea nro drooping at
10 OOlnstoro. Lard quiet and unohanc-
ed Uulk moats dull, and prices have de
clined; shoulders 6jG; clear rib 7: clear
8. Ilacon dull; pricos havo doolined ;
shoulders 0J7; sidos 6l$,
Naw OnuANa. Eebruary 27. Flour
good demand for Cuba; shipping lots
scarco. Supcrflno 6 2fl: tebble 0 607 60;
family 83)U. Corn quiet and Drmer.whlto
7fi77. Oats qnlot at 03. liran dull nnd
lowor at DO. Hay dull, primo iw; oooice
21. Fork dull at 10. Dry salt meats dull
5371 to 88, Uncoil bettor demand
Cj to OJj hams I13lil. Lard dull.tlerco
9a9j; kog02lO. Sugar dull, dull, com
mon OjQOh fair to fully fair 77, strict
ly prime Hi. Uolasaoa uuu, centrnugai
45fS)50. Whisky O708. Cofloo dull 23
(27. Corn meal 3 ii'0.
Cincinnati, February 27. Cotton
steady 15, Flour dull nnd unchanged,
Wheat dull end drooping 1 38l 40.
Corn dull &D63. Oats dull nnd drooping
U62. Ityo qulot and stoady 1 01. llar
loy dull nnd unchanged. liuttor higher
choice 3840; extra 42. Choose llrm. Pro
visions higher, but weak. Fork dull and
drooping 11 25U CO. Lard dull and
n shade lower, but steady 8 7-16(3)8 j
for steam; 838I kottlo. Bulk meats
dull and a shade lowor, sbouldors 6; O It
7J; clear J7J. Bacon dull and droop
Ins;, shoulders oj(S);'0 KB; clear 88),
Whisky actlvo and firm 63.
Ouicaoo, February 27. Flour quiet,'
weak and lower, nothing doing, Wheat
dull and declined, No 1 aprlng 1 1HJ, No
2, 1 10 regular, I 10 Ireth, spot 1 16)
No 3, 1 in. Corn stoady, No 2 Matoh
07 J caau; u()(a)Uij jaarcu ; uoj(auo
April, now ,no a inixea o.ho;j. vn
llrm. No 2. 421 cash. 4l(3t3 April, ltye
scarce nnd firm, No 2 frosh BOgalJ. liar.
Ioy dull and drooping, no 'J nominal
1 liO(a;l lib, sales sso j, i D(0)i io.
Whlskv Orm. 03. Provisions, fair demand
at lower rates, closing steady,wlth decline
recoveroil. l ork 13 80 bid caan or March
U 1MI1 2u April. Hulk meats nteady;
shoulder, t, .4 11 7. Lard steady 8 C60
8 00 cash nr Mar;li.
St. Louis, Fobruary 27. llemp dull
nnd unchacgod. Flour moro doing at
unchangod rntos, Wheat dull and un
changed j 1 19 bid for fresh receipts; No
2 spring regular oflored at 1 19 ; soft of
forred nt 1 30 to 1 22 bid J No II red fall
offered t 47 to 1 42 bid; Nn 2 nt 1 01 nnd
CO) bid. Corn Inactive, easier, lower to
soil: No 2 mixed o'JjrtJGO. Oata dull, low
er and unaottlod ; No 2 mixed 40f47.
llarloy dull nnd unchanged, jiye nrm, u?
(TM'll. VnrV dull, lower. 14 60ltS. Drv
aalt inruls dull and drooping, saios oi loose
shoulders solior .Maron in reor.a u: uo
last half of March In Qulncy BJ; lobbing
nnd order lota oi looao clear rib sold at 7J
(7)7 Ilacon very qulot, shoulders G;
clonr sldos Njysji ;pncKou nama nyijn
Lard dull and unchangod. wniaxyinac
o. 'txTvl vTq ii 'e's ,
INSU 11 ANCE AGENT
OFFICE: Ohio I.cvoc, over Mathunt A
5y-iVo)ie lut 7'Vr.sf-Wrt.s.s Compnnxe
9AFFOHD, MUHKIH & CANDKK
7.1 Otslo Miss,
CITY NATIONAL SANK UVII.DINO
The oldest Cbtalillhhcd Ageuey In Houthcrn
Illinois, representing over
SG5,ooo,oon on i
of tho host Insurance Capital ol the
MISSOURI 8TATE LOTTERY.
LioALirau bt Stati AoTHoarrr and
Dbawn in Fublio in Bt. Loom.
Grand Single Number Sohemo.
-., io jik imkWN fooruary 2M.IBH
o.oou x-rizos, amounting to J3U0.UUO,
l Prise or...sso,ooo too l"rli of... .4 109
1 " of....... 13,460 e of...... 1,000
l " of...... lo.uio e of........ eoo
l " of... 7,600 e of. sou
t 11 Of..... 6,000 of 360
" Of 1,600 SO " of. 900
HO ........, 1,000 1 3S " of . 160
H9 " Of. 600 1 180 of...M... 100
tu " 01.... S60 1 600 " 01 . 10
Tickets $10; Half Tickots, $S: Quarter
Aioaets, si do.
Our lotUrlet ar eharMrsd by the HUU, are
nlwaja drawn at tha time named, and all draw
ln are under tbe enpertlalon of aworn com.
Theofflolaldrawios; will be publlnhed In the
St.l.uultpapare and a vopy of dtawing sent to
tmrcliaeers nf tlckeU.
; Wc will draw a similar aobeine tbe last day of
uvrry iiioBtu uuriDK jeer leTi.
Ilcmltatourrlsk by poslnfflce money order,
rcKisicrca iiir, ureiiorezpreH. Dena ror oir
ciiUr. Ulree, MUKRAT, MILI.KB A CO.,
1'. O. bos 2U6. 81. Louis. Uo.
I IV PRICES!
OT THE CITY.
J. Burger, nt Ins now store
on Commercial Avonue, wil
commenco tins week n sale of
his stock of winter goods nt
greatly reduced prices. Ho is
about to start East, to lay.in a
stock of early Spring styles,
and in ordor to mako room
for them, will disposes of tlio
Goods now on hand nt prices
which must provo satisfactory
to all. Ho invites all who
wish to mako bargains in
Wintor Goods, Shawls, Dress
Goods, Cloaks, &c, &c, to
call nt onco. Tlio ontiro stock
has boon marked down, and
must bo sold. 124-2-8 20t
WAOCN MAN 0 FACTOR ?
For Sale at Wholesale or llotail
OOXNIR H2D-BTRBIT AND OHIO LIVB
Jl. 9. alAMMLM,
a no o b mint
ntUVIHl(iMt) at T O.
No. 1 1 0
Ohio Lkkvk Cairo, Illinois
SSKAI. UTATI AOKHCV.
0. WINSTON A 00.,
RHAL E3TATE AGENTS
74 (aiuoHij rLooa) onto Lavaa,
Uot amd Sill Rial Kstati,
VUHNlrJlI ABBTHAOTS OV T1TLB
CI h v p t m f ? r t r m
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arker AUIake,)
DKALKK IN .
PAINTS AND OILS
aad tbe oelebrated UlumlDatle
DROoa'LOILDINO 001 llTH ST. OOM
THE SOUTHERN IIOi'EL
MIlS. T. N. OAVFMEV
Takoa ploasure in announcing to tbo pub
lie tbat sbo has taken possession of this
popular and convenient hotel on tbe Oh Id
Lovee, and tbat sbo lias Kkfubnisuku
and HxxovATKn It in many respects, and
is now prepare! to accommodate tno pub
lic with eood fare, siood rooms, cood beds.
and overytliing necossary to, and usually
found in a first-class oatabliahment.
Thankful tor past patronage, she hopes to
merit its continuance.
m Day boarders received at reasona
bio ratos. u2-l-20-lm
Cairo Box and Bask kt Co
LUMBER OF ALL K 11)8
If AUD ani Norr.
Koop constantly on hand
Fi.ooniNa and Sidinu, also Lato.
MILL ANDTAKD COBNXR TIHRTT-TOUItTU
BTRKKT AMI) OHIO LBVKK.
UAIKO, - ILLINOIH. 30-7
John q. uaniian.
JOHN Q. HA11MAN & CO.,
N OTAltlKS l'UUL
Anil Laud Agoutsof tho Illinois Cent
and Uurliugton andMissourlRallroad coin
urtlt (Jar. of etb Sit. aaad sMin
0. W. WIIEELEIl,
WOOD I) GOAL
OFFICIO AND YARD:
Tenth Street, between Waahlngton and
A l&lf-A Bllnnlv nr lllt.. . .. .
Allllldv fnftl ..,liiianltr An Ut...
wood sawed to order. Orders for ceal or
W TIM 11 inm ,,,, n. inn m . . I. a ah n..l.
. . ... u ... u vv iui.m IUS UIUVB UU A BUIU
wreeb terms, casn on deuvery.
NEW LIVERY STAUisE.
MILLS W PAKKKit, Proprietor.
Tenth Street, between IValnut and Wash.
Having purchased the entire stock, Stable,
..Ut.lDi VMIIDLU. J1UKI11CI. U. 1 IT
Field, and added several new "turnouts,"
Mr. Parker now Invites all hit friends, old
an. I 1..H..ID..I.II. 11 n.:.t-l-
T , I It HWihUI DilUUI. UHtHI. UU U U iQ
or Blntsle Carriages, or anything else in his
hid, to Kivo mm a can. ttlix-im
lletween Sixth and Seventh Streets, Cairo
T. 11. ELLIS, Proprietor.
The New Arlington House ia now onan
or iu rBcejiuuH vi kubcm, in uvuee u
located In the heart oi the business portion
oi tne City anu convesueat to waesanoas
landlnjn and rail ro id depots. Good aample
rooms for commercial atenta, .Watch lkept
day and nlf ht (or loats and trains.
88 l-XMI. .
7. V. UATUUSS. B. C, UL
MATH 1183 Si UHL
(J o ii ii i u a I o n Mebohanii
HA.Y AND WISTRN PKODUOIC.
STHATTON & HIKD,
Atrents American Powder! Qmpanv
No. 57 Ohio Levee,
N. U. Thistle wood. ' t. J.Taisteweod
thistle Wood & oo.,
OAT8 ' HAY, ETC
No. 73 OHIO LKVKK.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Litia, Cbubvt, Plabtbb, Uaib, to.
No out Lavae),
k9"l will sell In oar load lots at manula
turent' prices, adding Irelght. 4-HI
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and OommiHion
prepared to forward all kinds or rralght
to all points.
Business attended to promptly.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Murd ft Hon.)
rf.OUH,IHAIM AMIS HAT.
No 03 Ohio Levee, CAIBO. ILLS,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer la
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ILLS
B3SpecIal attention given to oonaUn
ments and lining orders. 11-Su
JOHN B. PHLLIfl BON,
(ueeeeeere to Jeha B. PhlllU,)
rOKWAKOINO MlROUANTd .
DKALKRS IN HAT, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, sko.,
AQKNTB FOR LAKLIN AND KAND
Cua. Tkntu Stbibt asio Ohio Lavaa
l'K T U K U U H Ii,
No. m SSMIS IJKVBK,
3-20 tfl OAIUO, ILL1NOIH
WOOD RITTENHOUSK ft BRO
Gineral Coaimiasion Marohanfn
taa OHIO I.RVia
P. M. 8TO0KFLKTH,
ICeotlfler and Wholesale Dealer la
rBEI AMIS MWM IO
LIQUORS AND WINES
no. ea ohio litis,