THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETW, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1874.
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JrFBMIDSHT Fillmore will ba burled
tf Buffalo U-dy.
T Inflationists In Coogress ra con
Meat of a rictory whenever a vote ihall
be reached on the increase of the currency
lae. Alio Mason Sum.nkr, who was
divorced from Charlei Bumnar a few
v-eego, very recently applied to tbo
Courts for permission to marry again.
Death hat granted har the privilege.
Th Duke and Duchess of Edinburg will
make a royal entry into tbo city of London
to-day. Eight thousand soldiers nnd eight
hundred sailors and marines have boon
dttalled to guard the streets through
which the procession will pais.
Tnt United States li to havo another
royal visitor next summer. Prince Fred
erick Charles of Prussia will make a tour
round the world, through Prussia, Siberia,
Japan, acroia the Pacific ocean to San
Francisco, through the United States and
home toBerlin by the way.of London.
UAUUoxD.Jhe revivalist, has closed his
labontaacXouliTand the placet which
have kaem Mm thero, will' know him no
mere, for some time to come. Hit labors
In the cause of Christianity have been
duly appreciated by tho pooplo of St
VLeAte. On Tuesday night a ministerial
banquet was given by Dr. J. II. U'Clean
to Mr: Hammond. Nearly all tho preach
era of St. Louis and their wlvoa wore pros
sjtU and all partook of a gonorous ropait
prepared for their enjoyment.
The political history of ona of Grant'
latest appointees to offlco is told in a fow
words by the Memphis 'Avalanche'
The genial Sam Hard is lucky as well
u piuey. id jhoi no was a secession
Democrat, who drank Yankoo blood, and
breakfasted, dined and tupped on roasted
"lank- About four years lator bo
was the most loyal Union man
and Bepubliaan in tho South
and as willing to wash down his mornin
cocktail with "Babel" blood as ho had
formerly been to rintio his throat with
that ef the once hated 11 Yank." In 1808
he was a raftid. Itenublican-hatintr Damn
era, advocated John T. Hoffman, of Now
sore, tor x-resiaent, ana is understood to
have started a newspapor in Georgia on
a few thousand dollars contributod by
Wm. M. Tweed. Next, ho swung entirely
round the circlo to Republicanism, nnd
was rewarded with tho Atlanta post of
floe. He may now be relied on as a Ho
publican till that position goes glimmor
ing, and then well, when Bam Uard
Jumps, he Jumps.
DEATH OF SKNATOR SUMNKK.
Ckarlet Sumner, for whose suddon death
the country was not entirely unprepared,
died' jX hit residence In Washington city
yesterday afternoon at throo o'clock. Ho
died" ef eugina )cctori.i, a disease from
which he suffered a fow years ago, and
from whioh it is probablo ho had never
The deceased statesman was born In
Boston, Massachusetts, on tho sixth day of
January, 1811. His father was a lawyer
In eaty circumstances, and his ton receiv
ed a'flnlshed education, and through his
whole Ufa continued a close student. H
studied Uw at Cambridge, Massaebuietts,
and was admitted to the bar in 1834, and
in the practice of hit profession, gained a
Mr, Sumner was elected to the United
States eenate in the yoar 18 10, and con
tinued In tha office without Intermission
until kit death. He was a conscientious
and earnest opponont of slavery until
It abolition by President Lincoln, and
was one ot the first to propose emancipa
tion of the blacks a the speediest mode
of bringing the war to a closo.
From March fourth. 1SG1. until
jmi oi, jut. oumner was
chairman of the Sonata committee on for
eign relations, a position from which ho
wat deposed two years ago. This, and
the vote; of censure by tho ilsbsachuietts
legislature for hli "battle-flag" resolution
intheSenate-lhe leglilaturo rescinded the
vote of ' censure a fow wooks ago were
two Indignities which Mr. Sumner's
service to his party, if not
to his country, Illy deserved.
In the death of Mr. Sumner, It may
wall be taid the country bat sustained a
national calamity. Uncompromising in
what ha believed to bo right, ha was a
man whose political enomlcs wero many
and I bitter. But hi. sincerity of purpose,
stability of character-a charactor of
which honor and honesty formed equal
parte -end hi. brilliant talent, ex
cited the admiration and rospect of hi.
foee and made blm the idol, though wor-
mppvu a uuvauce, 01 ttlendl. In
one of the few jpublic men in whom the
people had as Instinctive trust si helm.
locorrapttble. Hence his death will cauie
a vacancy, in the ranks of American
.talesmen, impossible to fill.
A HIGH LIFJ! WEDDING.
i it .maiay to tiraco Field,
wai. in nil tn Lata nit. in.. .
. ' p man ii
j mr' , wu" uruiiani on
ivovru. iiihi was lar moro than tho us
uai aitesaaeee or gentlemen for a day
weddin. and amomr these warn nn..
peraona dtatUhtoTia all the walks of
wniio ise lawea m numbers almost
biiiu luwitawmr unr or Iwn .n-U.
house. The aJjoUteir houses of r3Vril.
aod Dudley Field were Urown open for
the company, and from half-past two to
nearly lire there were couitant arrivals
and departure!. Tho lino oi carriages ex
tended from Third to Fourth avonuos.nnd
the ebarnilnir ilav" tintucht outtnanv on
foot, while a holt of curious, lillo pooplo
Iinod tlio walk! on tbo Twenty-irirst street
tide of Uratnmorcv Park and Lexlnctnn
aranuo. Indoors thoro was a profusion of
raro and most hoautirui tiowor.
while tho tablfls woro loaded
down with mi nhundauco of
refreshments for tho many I'liests. Tho
marriage ceremony, was perlormed by
Hev. Daniel Lindloy, 1). 1) . and the Kev.
Stephon II. Tyntr, Jr., I). 1). Tho tollots
iliustratod mo latest j'ans tiyioi to por
foctloii. tbo irrand conglomeration of sat-
Ins, silks, brocades and embroidered mus
lins being qulto SB bowllderlni; as tho dis
play of diamonds and other precious
atones was dar.llnc. Tho bridal presonts
word estimated to ln worm nan n minion
FACTS FOR FOLKS.
AVritine. nearly ellcod by ago. may bo
restored by an application of pruasluto of
potash with a hair pencil.
Fish bones havo boon romovod from
tho throat by swallowing one or morn raw
oggs. whon other rouiodtos havo fallod,
Washing sllvor in soap-sudi inaloa it
look liko pewter. Whiting, applied
with n picco of soft loathur, Hhould bo
used to polish It.
Many housekeepers banish palatablo
and nutritious dishes from tho cuislno bo
cauto of the unpleasant odors arising
therefrom during tho process of cooking.
This objection may ba overcome by put
ting a small plcco ot rod peppur the size
of a wafer into tbo moat or vegotabloi
when thoy Urst begin to boll.
The blttor taito leftdn tho mouth after
mKingPucu ineuicinus ni ijuimuu, mwei
nux vomica, etc., is instantly neutrnllKod
by.chowing a pioco of liquorice root.
now to make a good niusiaru-piaetor u
knark not known to ovory ono. Uio
no wator but mix thn mustard with tho
white of an ogg, nnd tho result will bo a
plaster that will draw porfoctly and not
produco a blister, no mutter now long u is
allowed to remain on the part.
Xoba:co tea for liouso-pianii unsiuutiy
cigar stumps may bo utilized so ns to be
productive of beauty. Put thorn In a wa
ter-pot, turn on cold water, and lot it re
main on tho stove until blood-warm or
thoroughly soaked, then mo this tea for
waloring plants and It will not only do
stroy tho worms and insects but Incrcaeo
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
(5 UK AT STATESMAN
11 K UUKAT1IKD HIS LAST AT
FIFTEEN MIKUTJiS I5E-l-'OltH
SCENE A HO UNI) THE DEAT1I
UED 1I1S DYING WOJ1DS.
WAauiNaroN, -March 11. Charles
Sumnor is doad. II o UI.xJ nt i.buiit Hi
minutes beforo throo o'clock.
During tho lait two hours of liii illness
-Mr. Sumnor's iutolloct sooinod to bo much
clearer and ho was
tu tho lint. This condition vim doubt
less owlut; to hi. rocovorlng from the ef
fects of morphiuo, which hud boon frctdy
adiiiiuldtercd to lilm this morning.
toward tho last Foomcd to bo intense, and
ho tcvurnl times (Koliiiiuod, '1 wunt to
quit for 1 am Urol."
IIKCOOKIXItn lllrt VMHIiS.
Ilo rocognir.ed hU fneiiiN K3 thny enmo
into tho room, ami nmi'nf tho Ut nt thorn
to whom ho rpoko w V.x-Atturnoy-don-
eral Hoar, of Massiielunutti, to whom ho
"TAKK CAUK OK MY CIVIL Kldll Trt llll.I.,'
About 15 minutoi beforo 3 o'clock lie
was attacked with slight spasms in which
AKOUND THE 1IK1I
at tho time woro Ki-Attornny-denoral
Hoar, Dr. W. 1'. Johnson of this oity,
Major l'orloy l'ooro, Ooo. Downing, nnd
James Wormley. Other friends who had
been with tho dying eenator throughout
the day had loft just provlom, not antici
pating that death would bo no soon. Son-
ator Schurr. nnd Hon. Montgomery iilair
enterod tho room Juat nt ho breathed his
last, but Mr. Sumner was too nor disso
lution to rocognir.o thorn.
UK, SUKVKU'SO.NI.Y UEr.TIVC
is a sister, wifo of u phviioinn, and roiiiles
in San FrancUoo. To hor tho sad nows
wus telegraphed Irnmodlatoly after his
During tbo day tho houso was visited
by a grout nurnbor of tho mombors of
Voth houses of congrcsa, and other promi
nent men, among them Fred. Douglas..
TIIK K'KNK IN TUB BTUEKTS.
The sldowalk in front of Mr. Sumner t
resldenco was filled with anxioui,tnddcned
friendi, and ut tho timo oi his death, when
tho sorrowful unnouncomont was made.
tho grief of many, especially tho
found vont in heartfelt oxclumationi
of grief and wooping.
nit. nuow.v BccjUAiii",
of Now York; Sonator Sumner's consult
ing physician, arrived bore this morning.
no oxprouod tho opinion to-nlitht that
death resulted from tho rupturoof u blood
vouei at tue heart. Alter Sumnor had
tbeiWoV or paraly.U hli body rotnalncd
cold and clammy, hi. pulse, very feoblo
and breathed iowiy. Hoon hftor duftU)
tho body of tho senator ihowei Bgn ol
discoloration, and it beoamo evident that
decomposition had tet in. The work
KUIIAtMINU TI1S Kouv
was commenced to-night, and upon tho
succois of this proceis clopends somowhnt
the Uxlng of tho timo for tho funeral.
Should tho embalming bo successful, tho
body will be retained hero until tho ar
rival of the committee to be appointed by
the Masiachuiett. leElilaturo. About tlm
I LAST WOlins
I Of tbe doooasod'
tonator wire cxpmiod
to Judge O F. itnar, and ward, "Tell
Kmonon 1 lovo him and revero him."
This seutonco was uttered about ton min
utes boforo hit death, nnd juat after it es
caped his lip j n paroxysm eeb.ed him in
which he Appeared to sulfur sevoroly and
in a fow tntimlos nftorrard hn paiaod
riorgoant-at-Arms I'Vcnch of the Hen
ato, win sent for Immediately, and that
olUclal, In connection with n committee
of thn flonnto and Homo. .Ill havo charge
of tbo funeral nrtungonente, though, of
coiireo, no timo has boon fixed thorefor.
tup. rurjt'n.vi, ckkkmonikh
will taku placo In tho sonalo chambor.
MR. MUMNKIl's AUK.
Mr. Sumner was at tho time of his
doath sixty-threo year, two months and
flvo days of ngo.
Senator Sumnor was colicitou. about his
health for somo days past, tho earnest
part which ho was taking In tho protnl-
nont ijuoitions boforo tho Munnto having
given him reajon to pay
ospocul attention to it. Uu
romarkod lait night to n friend, Somo
hours beforo ho was attacked with the
serious ipatms which tormlnatod in his
death a fow hours after, that ho wanted to
ttlk to him about his henltb, adding that
ho was it I raid ho was working to hard.
TROUllt.lSD ANn ANS'oYED.
About.lwo o'elook yojtorday afternoon
Senator Sumnor moved from his soat in
tho Senate chamber to ono boiilo Senator
Sargent, who, liko Liimolf, hail taken a
prominent put in opposition
to tho centennial bill, nnd asked
him if ho luid rocelvod nny
ANONYMOUS AND INSULTINII LUTTKIW.
on tho iiibjoct, adding that bo (Sumner)
had rccolved u number of Buch lotturt
and packages of n moro ollenelvo charac
tor, bath through tho mail and through
oxprosa. Ho seemnd conaiderably Himoyed
by itheao insults nud Sonator Sargent
thoroforo turned tho conversation to tho
rotolution of tho MaEsnr.lmsotts legisla
ture roclndlng Its con.uro of Mr. Sumnor,
and ho expressed himself m grostly pleas
ed with its action. An hour or moro af
terward Mr. Sumner called Sonutor I'er
ry, of Connecticut aside to a neat on ono
of thosofaiin tho senato chamber and
talked with him, m ho had frequently
boforo done, in regard to their
respective ttnlo of 111 health, both result
ing from an affection of thn spinal cord.
Ho told Ferry that bo had sull'erod so
much from his heart tho night proviout
Hint ho had sent for hi physician to ob
tain somo relief by nri Injoction of mor
phlno under tho skin. Uo usked Ferry's
opinion of such hyporJormlo injections
and from timo to timo complained of H9
voro pain wb.Ho thoy won talking,
At four o'clock Sonator Sumnor took his
hat and ovoroont and went home, his last
words in tho senato chamber having boon
uttorod In his convorwtlon with Senator
Tbo apparent vigor minlfistol by Mr.
Sumnor in hU spnecboi on tha centennial
bill cruAtod considerable surprise, and in
viow of his lonir continued f-.i.u... J
ill-health last voar, many of his friends
oxprcssod tlioir upprohunsimi that bo was
over doing his strength in tlio-o ollbrti.
It is regardod n n somuwhat renurka
bio co-incldonco that tho resolution of tho
Massachusetts loglalaturo recinding its
voto of consuro upon .Mr. Sumnor should
Imvo Iieon prmonto.l and read in tho sen
ato before hn Id ft it on thu Nat day nf his
presence in tho chamber as u member of
AND HI V 121$
Maiu:id, .March il. Marshall Merrano
Iis3 uKumed tho supromu command or tbo
lorooj oporatlug agaiiut tho CarliiiU in
Han MtANcisco, March 11. Two at
tempts woro uinJo last night to burn the
towu oi I it no, otiraska. I no Indians
wero not cspturod,
UkownrVilli:, Tbah, March 11. Tho
projior paper for extradition of A. I),
Hamilton, tho defaultiuir treasurer of
Jersey City, havo boon served on Mexlcau
authorities in Matnmoras, who absolutely
rouue to arrest ino lugitivo, mo juago
frankly statlng'that tha man is protected
by Conines, mayor of tho city, and should
lie attempt making tho arrest Ids life
wouiii uo in uangor.
Coi.umiius, March 11. Tho temper-
tines crusaders to-day visitod tbo saloons
in tho northern part of tho city, many of
of them iro kept by Irish. At most of
thorn thoy woro woll recoived, but no con
verts nro reportod. At ono saloon, kopt
by ii German, who had tbroatod to turn
the hoso on tho ladles should thoy visit
him, thoy woro warned away, and they
prayod near his place, and tho saloon
isoopor forgot his throats and camo out
and thanked them.
Jjouisvii.le, March 11. A doilcit of nt
oust 158,000 has been found in tho ac
counts of Adolph ltomor, etato tax receiv
er of this city, who died vory suddenly
mm unuor suspicious circumstances on
Monday morning. Tho commlttco on il
nance from tho city council aro still en
gaged In examination, and other dofects
mny yot bo found. Tbo inquest on tho
body is doferrcd until thu contents ot the
ttomach nro fully examined and a report
mnuc. iiomur was potsojsgii ot consul
ernblo pronorty besides an insurance on
hiBllfoof ilSO.OOO which will probably
Cincinnati, March It. Tho woman't
tomporanco kaguo to-day divided tho city
Into districts for work, and thoso will bo
subdltlded. A couplo or visitations were
inado to-day on tltroo or four stroots.
The ladies wero wall received, and tha
work of visitation will commenea to-morrow
moro extensively. It will be done by
in an unohti uslvo way and 04 privately as
possible, discreetly solocting tho safest
places for tho first visits. Ma. meetings
will be hold twlco weekly.
Tho constitutional convention to-day
refused by a vote nf 4 !j to 10 to cnbtnit to
a separate votn tho section allowing
woman sutl'iago. Fifty-throe votes wero
required to aacuro such submission to n
Ikkkemonvillb, March 11. After
Alra. Hunt, the Ouaker lml v. had llnishad
har lecture on tumnoraiicn to-day, tho
crusaders started on tlinlr usual daily sa
loon viaut. They had holil eorvicos in
front of several, and arrived at
on .Spring stroet, at four o'clock. Horn
they wero met by Mrs. Sottlo at tho door,
wbo attacked Mrs. Jackson, ono or tho
leading crusadari, throwing hor down.
Tho police Intorferod ami (piloted tho
disturbance After several prayora nnd
songs, John Settle became vory boisterous,
l'UM.KD OKI" HIS COAT
and prepared to light thu ontlro crowd.
The etfbrts of his friends iiniolcd him.
Wliilo drinks woro hoine told, and the
rattling of l'laasoa and oaths woro hoard
across tbo street, tbo sorvlces continued,
and tbo crowd increased so that tbo
Wllltn tlm AToltAmnnl tuna of 1 M.vlit
the friends of tho movomeiit and against
It loomed ready for any omorgoncy, and
frifira hRVit linnn nvhrai.n.1 t.v n niimlini ..T
good citizens that it may yet lead to
Sorvlces were continued at this saloon un
til six p.m. and tho crowd was not dis
persed until eoveral buckets of water
were tnrown upon them from second
Jackson, March 11. The temoeranco
revival, which baa been In progress hero
for oyor two weeks, culminated this after
noon in a very largu
at tbo Opera Uousu. Tto building was
nilea to its utmost capacity witli lauiei1.
Tbo meeting was rather conservative in
its views and tbo reeling was vory Inrgoiy
in favor of Ignoring prohibition nud simi
lar liotitiics, wtiicli expression, liavo been
shown tu bo failures, and to bring to bear a
persistent and united public etlort ol a
moral character, and to seek and ditsuado
aud I'lovato, liv portonal solicitation both
and other patrons, and build up a sub
stantial barrlor against an ovll which
through relaxation had grown to alarming
proportions. Tbo mooting was ovidently
not in favor of praying in saloons.
D.VTTon, March 11. Aggrcsaivo opera
tions on saloons continued to-dny with
usual vigor, but without impression.
moved from headquarters, in columns of
four, nnd marched down Jetlorson and
Main streets, and doployod in front of es
tablishments heretoioro not assailed. Tho
scones genorally woro less animating and
oxolting than yostorda-,
seomlng genorally to renew tlioir ribaldry.
Tho womon formed near curb etonn, nnd
wore speedily encompassed by crowds of
wnowatcti witn varying mannestatinng
and somo ouiotion.
linls ok men
file in to thu bars to quench their nlfoclod
thirst, and tho chink of foaming glasses
cblmo in with tho soft poetic notes of wor
shipful womon. Uut tho plain
tive voice ol prayer, whon tho
womon on bended knees supplicate tho
inercv ot lioJ. produces an Instant and
Indoseribablo buali down In tho bar-room.';
and as tho eloquent ploading ascends, tho
inlluencu quickly strikes mo nonrt'ai ranx
oi spectators, puruumtos und pervades to
(no outermost run oi ma semicircle lorm
ed about them. There aro moments whon
tho womon weop and pray, that tholr In
fluence it irresistible, and ovon mon who
do not approve of saloon duvotions are
unconsciously and irresistibly nlloclnd
Excepting among tho depravod, thoro is
not tue remotest suggestion oi lovity
In these scenes It la touchlngly solemn
A dozen or moro saloons wero visited to
day without the loast apparent oll'ect, nnd
witn ono oxcoption, witnout insult to tbo
rtsoluta crusaders who will not doslst
from the labor which thoy havo under
taken. In tbe west end suburbs, one wo
man sat at the open window of hor saloon
drinking beer while prayer aud praisot
wero progressing, mating vulgar romarKs
and lllrtlne tno contents or lior class at
tbo oarnestdovotoet, or Hinging fragments
of pretzels at thorn spitefully. While tho
saioonists socmen; to rolax to-day some
what from yesterday's soverity, thoy aro
moro or less blttor. it is liko
noi'iNu AUAiNsT iiorc
to Imagine that any considorabln number
win yield to ma demands mado upon
them, though somo will probably reduce
tuoir Dusincss to a strictly legal basis
Ono taloonist who closed up his
has an empty whiskoy-bottlo reversed and
drapped with black: crapa banging ovor
his bar with tbe Inscription, "n ix.com o
arouso", in large letters above it.
Wamunoton, March 11. On Thurs
day for New England statos, partly
cloudy weather with fresh to very brisk,
north to wost wind with temperature bo
low freezing and occasional snow.
Middle states and Lowor I.ako redone
fresh to brisk north to west winds, low
temperature and generally clear weatbflr.
except possibly, very light snow in north
ern New York.
For South Atlanllo and East (lulf
states, genorally froth north to wost
wlndt. low temperature and cieur woalhcr.
except potsibly along the coast.
tor uowor Mississippi vauey ana up
per Lsk'O region, generally clear weather,
gentlo to fresh winds and rising tompora
turo. For Iowa nnd Missouri, onst to south
winds and rising tomperaturo.
TbeUnioana uumborland rivors win
Olllcool Observation, Signal Service l .S.
nrniy. iauy report oi ineaiogu ui waicr,
with the chungcH lor the 'il hours ending
;j o'clock-p. m., .Man n ii, ibh.
New Orloanu. ,
Helow nigh water marK.
Ohnervcr Slg. Scr. If. S.A.
I'lmmuiio. March 11. Hivcr fallinc.
VicKsiiuno, March 11 Un Yaotror.
Woathor cloudy and cool, Itlvor rising
40 feat 10 inches nbovo tho low water of
Nkw Oiti.KANn, March 11. Arrlvod
John Kllgour, Cincinnati. Departed
Chas Hodman, Cincinnati! I'00 n,l bargoii
and John Kyle, St. Louis, Weather sool
Nashville, March 11, Hirer Hi feet
It Inches On tho thoalt. Weather clear
and cold. Arrived Laura Davls.Olncln.
natl; Cooko, l'aducah; Shippers Own,'
Upper CiiiMbotlanu. -
Cincinnati; March 11 lllvor o footc
Inches and fn!llnir., AVrlvl It V Hklll.
ingor, l'lttilmrg;-. Tamos I 1'arkor, Mem
phis; Tboa.Bborlock, New Orleant. Do
parloil Charmer, Kynuivlllo.
Kvansnii.lk. March 11. Weather
cloar and cool; mercury, ?.0 to 44 degree..
iiivor laiioii' H Kmho.4, 31 luol by gauge.
Down-'llrunada,. Arkausaa Hello and
lied Cloud, Cray Knglc, Alary Amont,
Fayotto, Hani Huberts. Idluwlld. ilusi-
St. Louis, March H."Atrlvfd Fun-
nio Lowis, Jtod tlvqrj, Mountulii Hollo,
lower rlvora; Jllinols, I'eorla; Colossal
(Jnlncv. Deparibd -Orahd Towor, Mom
phlsj Velrll, Ills, rivbr;' Paulino Carroll
and Lako SupDrior, Keokuk. Itlvor rising
slowly. Weather, cloar ami pleasant
uapt. i.ow Dunp,leka,,n prominent stoam
boat Inaii somo rears 'airo. died here to
day'. , i'
Mkmi'Iih. March It Catitalu Loo. of
the stoatnur I'lrilam'en, say. tho.ovur-ilow
is not as lad af reported between hero
und Uolona, and thinks tho dnmago will
uo comparatively light. Xio lrosnar newt
from thd crova.o. at Sun Flowor. New.
from that quarter aro anxiously oxpoctod.
Itivor stationary, Cloar and cool. Ar
rived Don Frnnkllii.Cinolnnati. Depart
ed Crosont, City and Scuddor,' Now Or
loanr; Joo Klnnoy. Kod river; Clarktvillo,
Arkansas river: Ytx'CL Wilson. VitUbun-:
Louirt,MJC, Mprch 11. Itlvor risen -Inchef
in'tho last, il Jioura .but was sta
tlonary'at'J p.m. with U foot 3 inches in
tho carml and (.l feet 8 Inches. In Indian
Pum. Weather cloar and.cold. Arrlvod
Tut Kogors, Cincinnati; l'ftrgoud, Cm
clnnuli; Anna, Tenncssoo river; Arling
ton, .Mompnis; John Dippold nnd Ham
Clark with burgos, l'lttsburg. Departed
I'argoud, New Orloans;. Arlington, Cln
ciniutti; Rogers, Mempbb; l)ipH)ld and
Clnrk with empty . barges, Pittsburg;
John Oarrett duo this evening but not ar
rived; Oram! Lake No '1 camo In late
MuMi'ins, March 11.. -Flour unebnn
cd. Corn meal withdrawn In uhticlpeg
tion of higher prices. Corn in good de
mand TfiTGc. Oats unchanged. Hay
dull und dropping. Urn:i ecaruu and firm
22 00 askod in etoro. Provisions 'quiet
Cincinnati, March 11. Flour steady.
Wheat II rm at 1 -15. Corn 03(2,05. Oats
satoady at -ICo4. Hyu steady at 1 0l
1 03. llarloy dull ond nominal. Oils tin
chaegca. Kggs dull and declined at I I
1C lluttor easlor. Choose rlrm at loj
(.ltij. Pork easier at lCQlr.'J.I. Lard dull
and drooping; steam 83aJ. kettlu '.). Hulk
meats steady; shoulders ft'CxtS;, clsar rib
73 bpot, 71 buyers Marco; clear 8, Ilncon
qulot; shoulders CJ, clear rib 8?, clerr 0,
Whiskey firm at 1)3.
New Oklban.s March Flour cood
export demand; superflno 6 CO; .XX ( 25
fi)0 IUOiji 50: family 7 7&0)3 CO. Corn
quiot at 7475. Oats WQfi'i. Hran qulot
actiro and armor at 'JWjiA:. llay dull and
firmer at ID 00; choico 21 00. Fork dull
ut 10 25. Dry salt meats scarco at 0(t;&5
(;)t. llacou dull bold at 1 j
Ifams V2. Lard dull; tiorco 7(j,!U, krg
fit . . .i.ii. . t 1 r. ! " 1 r. . 1 1 ..
ounr uuti; uuuiiiiuu ui, inir if, iuiij
fair 71fii)72. Molasses choico scarco at 77.
Whiskey dull, Louisiana 05, Cincinnati
1 01 Colleo j:ii,J7. Corn meal icarce
and higher at .1 70.
Chicago, Miircli 11. Flour stcndy.KOod
to cnoico snipping sprmi: a.. u w
5 75. Wheat dull, vnauttlnd nnd lowor.
No 1 spring 1 aij No 2, 1 10 J; regular
1.1 casn; 1 -.'ii April. Uorn dull, unsot
tied and lowor. No '.' mixed CI j cash til J
April; now uo i 1111 veil unoi. uats
quiet and weak, strictly fresh I4jfi)41i.
llyo steady. No'-', SCfTTjBCj. Hurley quiet
and unchanged. Provisions uiuottlod.
Pork opened as to 30 cohts lowers nnd
clojod steadlor at 1 1 1!5 cash; 11 50 April.
Lard steady, quotod at 8J April. Bulk
meat, idoady; sbouldors 5i loose; S II
sold at 8 packed. Ilacon stoutly; shoublcri
CJ; H it bj8j; S O OfJlH.
Sr. Louis. March li. Flour inactive
super -1 7C(7ic 26; X I 50(3).', 75; XX 0(7
0 as; XXX 0 COC76; Family 7 50fe
1 05; choico and fancy 7 70ffl'J. Whoat
qulot, No 2 spring 1 U'J)1 2;t; No II red
tall 1 471 1?, No a 1 5701 CO. Corn
Inactive; No i! mixed CJdG3c. Oats
firmer but not activ,.No '1 ini.ed 4(JJ50
llarloy iuartsvo No I! spring; 1 C51 07;
No J 1 7001 80; cho!co,c'.tl5(5il 90. .Ityo
dull, No 2 H3b. Pork dull. 1G15-50; dry
salt moats dull; s'touUlers- to urrivo HHi
05; oicar riu Vjc; Uloar-Be: nams HJc.
Ilivcon dull, sbouldors f.Jc; clpar rib 8 jc;
clear 'Jo. packed. Lard weak", prime
stoam nominal Bjc. (irocorlcs quiet, ftio
cofl'oo 2!i(2)32c. Loiiialana thgar 7J9jc.
Plantation molasses fctirco 7rib0 00
Whisky dull 015. '
C. (J. (J. c
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ik prepared lo supply (iiktoinci j with the
bent iu:dlty ol
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKUS lelt at Hallldiiv Hi oh. ollJcc, oil
Ohio Levee, or at tho Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles llotel.wlll ree'eivo prompt atten
tion. 'I'hu Tun "Montauk" wlll brlni,' coal
longldo to hteamers nt any hour. r .
11 a-r uruas
stitt 1 a
I BOAT STOBMH j
1" It O VI Bid KB Jt.TO. .
Duio Lhkvk .Caiko. Ir.i.i.s-ot
11EAL MTATK aHENCJT.
0. WINBTON & UO.,
RiJiAL E3TATE AGENTS
74 (nsooKi) f Loom) 01110 ibvisb,
OAIRO, II.U1,. .
Uoy ahu Bill IUal Kutati,
FUUHIBII ABHTUA.OTS OK TITLB
K, I). UUI.
(' n 11 M I 9 B I n N Al E K C II A .V T 8
3T UUXri.: ;a-7z AXTiT:
HA.Y AND WK3T11N PKODHOi:.
W. Miratton. T.lllrd,
HTltATTON & IJIIU),
COMMISSION M KKC II A NTS,
Agents American Powder! ompanv
No. CI Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
N. II, Tbtntlcwood. 1. J.'istewood
TU1STLKWOOD & CO.,
Com mi as 10: Mk boh ants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS MAY, fTC
No. 7a OHIO I.KVKK,
QKNKRAL COMMISSION MEHCHANi
And dealer In
LlUK, CSUHMT, l'LAal'KU, ilAlB, Km
am Olilo; l.fvra,
it37 1 Mill soli tu car load loti at liiautlU
turtth' prii 11H, ildliiL' tielttbt. -'J.l
J. Al. I'lilLLli'H,
Ftrwarling and ConiuiiMnion
pioparrd In lorw.trd all ktudilol lrelj;Ul
to all polntii,
ItiiMiionuittcinlo'l to nroiuiillv.
UOFb'KY, HAUUI.SON A CO.,
(tiii'i-oi'.orn lo i. llunlA .i,n. 1
f I.OIIlt.tlltAl.-v A Sit SSA.
Nu i:i Ohio Loven, CAIRO, I LI.M.
Ami Dealer In
0. 711 Ohio Lotee, CAIKO, ILLS
SSTSpeclal attention (?hen to conslifn
Clt'litl mid lllliiii; otilorn. 1 ti
JOHN It. I'fll.Lia &, BON,
.bUuufci.sart toJuLb H. W.ltlu.)
KOKWAltDINO MU HO 11 AN 'X'ri
DKAliHHS IN UAV, UOKN, OATS
Flour, Moal, Rntti, !fcc.,
AOKNTH KOH LA KLIN AN 1) It AND
L'ok. Tkntii Htiikkt ahd Ohio Lkyki
I'K T K It O If II J,,
Ml (IIIIO I.r.VEI'
n-'Otf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
WOOD JU'JTKNHOUSK A BRO
General Commission Alorotiantq
1HH (Ht() I.KVKK
MILLER & i'AKOll,
UKALKUB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rou PAIBBANK'S BOA LBS
Ohio Ltveo, CA1UO, ILLINOIS.
most Lt. till Baoa.
B. F. PARKER,
(Siircessor to Parkar A'.BIakt,)
PAINTS AND OILS
w x :tr X) o w c-iiaa
Ss.t tt. oUbrua iilumtattla
UROas' UOILDtMO, OOl llTI-sU. ft OO If
U. Wi WHEKLKR,
OFFICE AND YARDt
Tenth Street, between Washington and
A larjje supply of l'lttsburg tad Bit;
Muddy coal constantly on baud. 3tov
wood nawod to order. Orders for ceal or
wood sbould bo left at the oBre on Tenth
tsreet. Terms, cash on delivery.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMUEK'OF ALL KINDS
II A Hit ANII NO FT.
Kuop constantly onbami
Fl.OOIllNH AND HlDINU, AI.UO LATH,
UII.I. AN I) YARD UOHMSH TIlIHTT-VOUmTII
BTKKCT AND OHIO LBVXt.
OA1KO, - ILLINOIS. 39-7
NKW LIVERY STABLE.
MILLS PA It K Kit, Proprietor.
'I'viith .Street, between Walnut nnd Wash
ington. Hating purchased tho entire stock, .StabU,
Horrci", (.'arriat'ea, UliKk'lei, etc., ot I)r
Field, and adilt-d sfveralnew "turnouts,"
Mr. I'jiikcruow invlUs all bis friends, old
and new, in wantol Saddle llorses. Double
orHliiKlo C'arrhiifts, or anything else In his
Inc. to nlvc III 111 a call. 141 I'i.lin
Jobn ik Uarcisn. Unas. Tnnipp
JOHN Q. HAHMAN A OO.,
HO U S'lil A C3'HJJd?a
U OTA KUiiPUUL
And Land Agents or tha Illinois Cent
and UuiliU(rtOb all. I Mtisourlltatlioid com
urtu Uu. ol (Jilt (. stssil uImsi
.' Caiuo, lu.iveu.
HKMI8, HKO., A CO.,
BAG M ANIJ FACTO RER3
AuiNi'd liouK (JorroH Wills
NO. an OUlo l.svto, Cairo, I Us
V 'I ill.
BTJTO JEI B3 K
AND Ui.AI.KK ih
Kiornrii Btuubt, BsrrwiaM Waahwotosi
AMD OOMMIBCIAL AtBVVM,
AdJululusr Jtl.lwataan sud Hitssssy's
Koep tbe bsst or Beet, Pork, If attoe Veal
Lamb, Saussge, eto,, tad are prepuwt so set? e
.Mtim la the moat aoeepUblr oioutr,
II YL AND A 3AUKR,
AMD IIBALXUA IN
OHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVEitY DKaCHLVTION,
Uornor 10th tlroet and Commercial avena
next door to tbo Ilyland saloon.
U-lOtf. OAIHO, ILLS.
JAMKS KYN ASTON,
AND I1IALXB IS
ALL KINDS OF FHRBU MKAT8
Near cor. Twesstlelh Mtreet nitd Co
Duvn and elaUL'htara onlv tha ln.il(l.n.
Uogs and Hheep, and Is prepared to till or.
aere for Fresh Meats Irom nm ta tun ihnu.
ml pound. 7-SSU
DKAI.KItS. kavu vour commission!, bv mll.
Iiik your Scrap Zinc, in any iiuantlly, illrr
M'OVU.IKIH IKN V'.,
203 Kust l'cail Street, c,'Umill, 0
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