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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
LOSS HV THE BOSTON FIRE.
RESUMPTION OF MUSI
LIST OF KILLED AND WOUNDDE.
SINKING OF THK STKAMEK
tlleportedlytpcclnlly for the Cairo Hullttln.
tuk low iiy tiik fihe.
New York, Nov. 14. The worst slalo
raent of the loss by tho Ito-ton tire still
keopi tli lun considerably under $100,
000,000, without reference to salvage,
which will reach one sixth and probably
one fifth of the total Ion. The Insurance
In Bolton seems to rite and the reported
losSj. to fall, tho prices of property de
stroyed fcre valued by assessments at
820,800, but it u worth $16,000,000.
' . THE MUrrEKKKa.
Tbe sufferers include 2,013 business men
and flrmi. Of the total insuranco of
$10,000,000 $30,000,000 will U pnid.
The '.work of recovering ii already
under way, and a steady stream of return
log refugees has let in toward .State,
Washington and other streets on tho
borders of the blackcncd,territory, bearing
back to the deierted premises goods and
property, which werb removed Saturday
and Sunday to other parti of tho city-
Jordan, Manh Jc Co. conveyed $1,100,000
worth of property to the residences of tho
in em lor of tho firm iu Summerset street
to the synagogue on Warrcntori street,
and other places of lafety. Kirtni which
last week occupied immense itruclurcs of
marble and granite, are now contented
with an upper loft, or perhaps with a
desk room, but in these narrow quarters
are preparing to continue their commer
cial transactions on the usual scale.
There is rivalry everywhere in getting
to work as quickly as possible
lobkrh mkw or uuui capital
The losers are generally men of large
capital and long established eredit, who
will bear up under the blow wjlbnut any
great difficulty, even should the Insurance
companies pay no more than 21 or 30 per
cent. Tne new warehouiei are likely to
be, at leait, as costly as the old ones, and
if money will make them fire-proof, Hos
ton builderi will spare no expense to at
tain to desirable an end. Most of the cap
ital spent on these buildings after insur
nee companies have paid what they can,
must be borrowed. The plan has been
broached for making the city the lender
of tbeis vast sums, I bonds to be issued and
loaned to tho builders under a guarantee
that the proceeds iball be honestly ex
pended for the restoration of. tho ruined
property, the city protecting itself by a
mortgage upon the estates. This device
meets with favor, and will doubtless be
brought before the proper authorities im
TIIK HEATED AIR.
The current of air created by tho flames
was to great that fragmenti ot paper
ware carried a diitance of sixteen miles
away, leaves of chock books and letters
were found at Quinsy, Hanover and
i Weymouth. Cinders foil in Abbingtoti,
Hanover and Fennbroke. A charred fifty
dollar noto was picked up at East Ab
bington. Tho glare of the conflagration
was seen by night at Concord, N. II., and
the light was distinctly visible ninety
miles at tea.
TWO FIHEMEN MEET THEIR HEATH.
Two firemen rushed into a ruined build
ing to help a poor fellow who was buried
by the fall of one of the tido walls.
While they were at work the front wall
came down, anu tney wore never seen
RESOLUTION Of THANKS.
Boston, Nov. 14. The Relief commit
tee adopted resolutions this morning,
thanking the people of the country for
expressions of sympathy. Offers of )ocu
nlary aid arc ncceptcd,
LIST OK KILLED AND WONDED.
Hoston, Nov. 14. Tho following are
tho casualties by fire, io far ai known
Killed, Lewis O. Thompson, Louis Por
ter Abbott, Frank Olmstead, Dan'l. Coch
rane, and tire others unknown. Wounded
Thoi. Maloney, Col. F. Freeman, Win. J
Woodruff, O. W. Gardner, Froncii
Crasher, Ohas. Paine, Thos. Waldron, J no.
Kichardson, Peter Digham, Albert C. Ab
bott. Miising, J. Burr, Geo. Smith, Wal
ter F. Twombly, J. Dillon, Albort C. Ab
bott J he was to have been married Thanki
giving day. Hit brother Louis, killed,
leaves a wife and throo children. Their
mother it is thought will not survive the
bock caused by tho news of the Into of
HREAD CAST UFON TIIK WATKRN.
New York, Nov. 14. The Boston
Journal says tho fact that $100,000 have
already boen raised in Chicago for tho ro
liof of our sufl'erers by the tiro, Is bo
marvellous that gratltudo Is ,in danger of
being confused by tba extraordinary asso
ciation it suggests.. Never was thoro such
a case of bread being thrown upon the
waters and returning alter many day.
Only ft little over n year ago in the crisis
of general solicitude which none of us can
ever forget, we hurled our contributions
to Chicago, and we hoped they would help
to keep hor peoplo alive till they should
get tholr facilities started, in tho long,
woary work of rebuilding their city, and
now out of tholr nbundanco they aro send
ing a glorious sum In chargo of a commit
tee for the relief of Boston. That they
can do such a thing at this time, is as en
couraging to all our business sufferers, ns
the fact that they havo the heart to do It
Is grateful and refreshing to us all.
Boston, Nov. 14. Thosa'eof Westcott
on High street was recovered to-day. Its
contents, $1 40,000, were found unhurt after
sixty-two hours of oxposure to Intense
heat. Tho locality had been guarded by
a detatchment of dragoons. F. A. Haw
ley, banker, whose temporary suspension
was announced, resumed business to-day.
One dally, fifteen weekly and
eleven monthly paper wore burned out at
their quarters by tho fire, whllo almost
every publishing establishment In the
city suffered more or less. Tho resolution
adopted by the relief committee to accept
contributions from other cities in aid of
sufferers will afford immediate rollnf to
many poor families who have lost their all
and to thousands of persons thrown out
of employment. Tho noble generosity
exhibited all over the country is calling
forth thanksgiving from thousands of
HTKAMEIt HT. MAHYri fcUNK.
Cincinnati, Nov. 14. A Chronicle
special suys tho steamer St. Marys, which
left Memphis for Cincinnati last night,
struck a stump near Murray's landing,
leaving a hole below her wheels, causing
her to sink In less than ten minutes In 18
feet water. As far as known no lives
were lost, her passengers having gono
ashore in tho life boat. Ono fireman is
missing, The steamer City of Chester
passed by soon after and carried her pas
sengers to Cairo. The St. Marys Is valued
at $36,000. Insured in fivo otilces In Cin
cinnati for $10,000. She can possibly be
Memphis, Nov 14. The Cincinnati
packet St. Marys, which sunk at Brandy
Wine head, twenty-five miles above here
last night, had 32S bales cotton, 1&0 bales
rage, SO tons old iron and sundries. Of
the cotton, 210 bales were shipped by the
Great Western despatch to Liverpool. It
was fully insured in Lloyd's agency: 77
by Ben. J. Babb to Carrollton, lnd., in
sured in local offices here Tho iron was
shipped by J no. Monague, and the rags to
Cbatfield & Wood, Cincinnati. Tho boat
lies straight, and she can be raised. No
lives were lost, though the passengers
spent the night on a bar, with a galo blow
ing, aud at times striking a snagboat
which was endeavoiing to land for wood.
The wrecker Eckerl succeeded yesterday
In raising the steamer Katie, which sunk
at Helena last week. It is believed that
$10,000 will fully restore her.
IIEAVT O ALE.
London, Nov. 14. A galo last night
was exceedingly severe on tho Prussian
coast. Alstealt and twelve vessels wero
stuck in the harbor. A town was inun
dated and during the storm a fire broke
out among the warehouses, which spread
rapidly and still burning. Soveral lives
reported lost, and many persons injured.
to consider tho advisability of appointing
a committoo to confer with prominent
members of Tammany, tho purpose being
to unlto both organizations. Nearly all
the leaders of Appollohall favor the move
ment, but thoy say thoy will oppose any
consolidation unless certain objectionable
mon are expelled from "Tammany. The
basis of the proposed union I tn bo an
equal number of delegates from each
organization. The meeting adjourned
without taking any declsivo action, but
another session will bo hold in a few days.
Ono of tho Tammany magnates, to whom
objection has been in ado, Is John Kelly.
Wabiiinoton, Nov. 14. The Young
Men's Republican club hero Is co-operating
with the congressional executlvo com
mittee and othors, making arrangements
for tho second Inauguration of President
Georhetown, Cal., Nov. 14, A large
mats meeting held hero to-night was ad
dressed by Governor Evans, in behalf of
D. G. & It. railroad, who was followed by
tho Hon. H.O. Tiller, In an eloquent ad
dress in favor of tho Colorado Central.
Much enthusiasm provuiled. Clear Creek
wll lprobably vote for bonds.
RUBY WORTH SEVENTY
FIVE THOUSAND DOL.
once to tho Brown case.
Tho investigation I conducted with
closed doors, and llttlo testimony has been
elicited so far.
T. D. Thatcher, of the Lawrence
Journal, was elected president of
the Kansas and Missouri associated
press tn-day. The members of the
association resolved, at their meeting to
day, to visit St. Louis Id a body tho 17th
of December for the purpose of conferring
with Col. Clowrey of the Western Union
VICEROY OF EOYPT VISITING
SEVERE STORM AT HAMBURG.
THE COUNTRY REFORM HILL.
EDUCATION OF THE MORMONS.
THE TWEED SUITS.
COMMITTEE OF SEVENTY
GAGED ON A NEW
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL
REVENUE TO RESIGN.
WM.S. EVARTS TO SUCCEED SEC
Reported specially for the Bulletin.
THE TWEED SUITS.
New Yokk, Nov. 14. Tho general
term to-ltty rendored r decision In Tweed
suits dissenting from the opinion of tho
general term at Albany, and sustaining
tho decision of Judne Barrett. The
county has a right to sue for money mis
anrilied from the countv treasury. Jt is
stated a nollo prosslqui is to bi entered
Monday in Mayor Hall's case.
New York, Nov. 14. Board of assist
ant alderman to-day tabled a resolution of
tho board of alderman for the building
or erecting of Mansard roofs, unless of
New York, Nov. 14. Advices from
London state that Torn Kelley has ac-
ceptcd tho challenge of Billy Edwards,
who is now in England, to fi jht any light
Acight in Great Britain. Both men go
into training immediately.
EDUCATION or MORMON".
New York, Nov. 14. John W. Young,
son ci isrignam, savs mere are loriy
Mormons making u tour through Europe,
and will thoroughly inspect the school
systems of the world, that the education
in Utah may bo improved.
Mr. Bcrgh says tho present condition of
hones is tho natural rosult of their cruel
treatment during the recent sickness. A
new dieao has uppeared in nearly evory
large stable in tho city and fatal cases are
A Hlfl RU1IV.
Denver, Col., Nov. 14. Reports from
Santa r e to-night say that a ruby was
brought in to-day, which is pronounced
by those who claim to bo judges, worth
$75,000. It weighs sixteen carrats in the
rough, and will probably weigh about
twelve carrats when cut. The same party
had other stones considered very valuuble,
Madrid, Nov. 14. The Epocha in its
issue to-day calls the attention of tho gov
ernment to what It terms a grant of situa
tion at the government arsenal near Ca
diz, where a recent letter in its columns
stated a conspiracy had been discovered.
Tho Epocha yet fears serious trouble
among men engaged there, and urges the
government to take precautions for instant
tupression of any dUloyal sentiment. It
is feared that there is an understanding
between tho mon in tho arsenal and dis
affected parties at Cadiz.
viceroy or eovit.
Bomiiav, Nov. 14. Lord Northbrook,
viceroy of Egypt, is now visiting Bombay
for tho first time. On his arrival in the
it v be had a brilliant reception. His
lordship will hold public audience on
Saturday, when miny of India's sove
reigns and princesses will be received.
Preparations aro being made for the ccr
emonv, which will bo accompanied by nil
the gorgeousness and display usual on
such occasions in India.
Uamiiurh, Nov. 14. A very severe
rain and snow storm accompanied by a
heavy gale has prevailed in this section of
Germany for several days. Tbe telegraph
wires have been prostrated in all direc
tions and the country flooded, and at Lu-
bee tho custom-bouso and many ware
houses were submerged.
AID FROM LONDON.
London, Nov. 14. Barreny Bros,
Morgan & Co- and other morchants have
Instructed tholr American agents to con
tribute to tho relief of tho sufferers by tbe
fira in Boston. At a meeting yesterday at
Boston, England, measures were taken
to secure contribution for the same pur
pose. London is also moving and mer
chants will remit direct.
COUNTRY REFORM 11ILL.
Berlin, Nov. 14. Official journals con
tinue to intimate that the emperor will
securo a majority in tho upper house of
diet by appointing a sufficient number of
life peers, if necessary, to carry tho coun
try reform bill.
St. Louis, Nov. 14: Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat, spring In better do
tnand, No '1 soft $1 15; fall dull, weak and
lower, No 3 red $1 ol 68. Corn, bet
ter demand and higher, Nq. 8. mixed 3t
35c; No 2 white mixed 40c. , , Oats un
changed, No 2 mixed 2fijc. -Barley steady
for prime and choice No '2; below dull No
3 68c; Kansas C2Jj choice SStl 00.
Rye dull, prime $14 SO, Dry sallmeat
down; shouldera 4J(J0c; clear rib ""c;
clear sldos "J8c. Bacon clear sides
down tic; no ribs on market. Lard dull
prime steam offered for noxt 30 days -t
"jc, no takers. Highwines firm 90c.
Choice cattle firm 6Cc; common dull
$1 25Q2 00. Hogs down $3 G0&3 90.
Chicaoo, Nov. 14. Flour quiet.
Wheat dull and declined, No 1 spring
$1 13; No '1 $1 01 cash or November;
$1 01$ Decomber; No 3 91c. Corn opened
firm, closed dull and steady, No 2 mixed
31 1(231 Jc. Oats steady, No 2
Rye steady S'-'c. Barley firm, No 'J fall
C3c. Pork quiet, old mess $15; new $13
2&13 AO. Lard steady 7Jc. Bulk
meats, old entirely notnlnaf; new shoulders
4c; long clear "Cjc; short ribs 6J(5,0c;
green meats, shoulders 3j4cj long clear
and short ribs C(7J0c; hanu 7j8c.
Whiikey steady 90c.
New York, Nov. 14 Flour less ac
tive and unchanged; superfine western
$5 7GQG 10; common to good to choice
$77 70; whlto wheat extra $7 7fi8 Co.
Whiskey dull. 95c. Wheat lower. No 3
Chicago spring $1 3l 35; No 2 $1 41
1 42; winter red western $1 C3; amber
$1 70; whlto $1 90. Rye unchanged.
Barley more active-. Corn lower, steam
mixed 63 sail 03(2,040; good to prime
western mixed in ttoro C'.'(n,C4c. Oats,
old western mixed 47'jOc; new 444Sc;
white 4 C(Jt 50c. Coffee firm and un
changed. Sugar firm, refining 9jI0c.
Molasses dull. Pork quiet and easier;
mess $15 Z,GAt 90; prime $15, bo'.h ac
tive; mess $4(f9 50; extra $8 50 10; cut
meats weak; shoulders January 5c; mid
dles weak; short rib 818jjc-, short clear
January spot 8c. Lard active,
No 1 to prime steam 8J8Jc; kettlo 8jc.
Money close- and dear; bulk of business
1 1-1 1 1-1G with exceptions at 7. Gold
close. Sterling dull and heavy, 8J8 for
CO days. Gold heavy and lower, with
13J(3;13. Under influence of London
advices specie shipments only 1,000,000 by
treasury. Closed ,13J13J. Loans 1(2,7
per cent, for carrying. Treasury dis
bursements 38,000. Govt's rather low and
steady. State bonds rather neglected.
Stock market quiet throughout the day,
but in main heavy and Jl per cent,
New York, Nov. 14 Sixes of '81 101;
5-20sof '02 12; d 'c lJs do C5 14 j;
do '07 l j; do 'cs 10; iu-40s aj. cur
rency, 6s 13; new 5s 9j; No 6s 93.
TO THE IFTJBiaioT
Anticipating a decline In prices of
Our Home Advertisers.
ot all kinds and desirous that our cus- !
tomera should know we are determined
to carry out our promises or cheap printing '
we fee! It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES ' LT"T
Ou Bight!) Hirnl, ttvB Commenlal aa4 Wash
njcton AtsooM, Is daily rMelvlat
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in business and
together with our advantages In the
purchase and selection of stock, out
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance of their very liberal
patronage. Wc Invite your attention to tho
following revised list of
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cordlngtoslzc per if $4 bOtoO 50. For other
qualities add the difference in the cost of tbe
Reported Especially for the Cuiro Bulletin.'
New York, Nov. 14. Applicants for
appointments in the coast service aro or
dered to pass examination beforo the light
houio board, to convene Monday tho
18th. This li another step in civil
The board of supervisors of this city
have been two days in session, but havo
not yet canvassed the vote in a single elec
tion trlctrict, and the secretary of stato at
Albany has vvritton to havo the official
vote by tho 20th inst. Tho board has not
thus far found u return of votes made out
in conformity with tho law. Litigation
Is promised, as many think irregularities
will make ontiro local election illegal.
COMMITTEE OV SEVENTY.
It is said that tho committoo of soventy
are engaged on a now charter for this city,
retaining objoctlonable minority repre
sentation clauso of a year ago.
EVARTH, ME1QHH AND HETTLR.
Wra. ai, i-.vnris is now mentioned as
tho successor ofgSecretary Fish, General
Melghs as tho successor of Gen. Meade,
and Judge Settle of North Carolina, ns
the successor of Justice Nelson, of tbe su
preme court. Tho latter ubout retiring on
account of old ago.
LIKELY TO HE VACATED.
Washington, Nov. 13. Tho commis
louerihip of internal revenue and patonts
are named among those us likoly to bo va
catod at tho end of tho present adminis
tration by the resignation of tho present
EVARTS TO SUCCEED FISH.
It is generally believed in official clrolea
that Mr. Kvarts of New York, can have
the state department if ho Is willing to
aoanuon nis "large law pracllco for polit
Niw York, Nov. 14,-Sevoral leaders
f the Apollo hall Domocraoy met to-day
New Haven, Nov. 14. James Hadley,
Greek professor of Yale collegeied this
New York. Nov. 14. Flour dull.
Wheat dull, $1 421 t; choice $1 50;
red Si 57fml CO: amber II UbGf.l iO.
Corn dull. C4(J,C41c. Oats quiet and
steady, 4450c. Receipts: flour 7,000,
wheat l'J.ouu. corn 'jui.uuu, oats v-i,uuu,
Mess nork unsettled, $'5 75. Lard dull,
.,.. nr,i r 5r,t. v. .n. .rrLt l v at. 8fai8; quotations nominal. nisKey
cited. This man, who ba. no connection bt""?m'D"!' , al..,, .
. a .w... .......
wim wio oiuornia uiaiuonu company, jobn Kyle. Departed: Mary -Miller,
was otlerod fJ0,0UO lor tlio ruby men
Kansas City, ov, 14. haw town
ship of this county voted u subscription of
$100,000 yesterday to a brunch of tho
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo Railroad
from this city to I Jiwrence, Tho road Is
to bo built on tho south tide of Kaw river
to Lawrence, whoro it will unito with the
road new being built from Topeka to that
city. It is expected, when completed, to
become tho main lino of the Atchison
Topeka and Santa Fo railroad, and mak
ing this city its eastern terminus
TO HE RELIEVED.
Washington, Nov. 14. It is probable
that Brigudior General Cooke, now com
mandlng tho dopurtmont of lakes, wll1
soon bo relieved, tie being over 6'J years
of ago, and having been iu the servico
Washington, Nov. 14. Tho Mixed
commission on American and British
claims to-day awarded a claim amounting
to 39,000 in gold, to be paid by the United
States to Great Britain, principally for
property of British subjects destroyed or
seized by tho Union forces during tho
Leavenworth, Kas.,Nov. 14. Tho
sub committee of tho house judiciary uu
thorized to visit Kansas, and press their
investigation, looking to tho impeachment
of Murk W. Dolahay, jfidjjo of the U. S.
district court, mot at tho l'lantors' bouso.
to-day, and commoncod taking testimony.
Of fo'jr mombors of tho committeo only
Messrs. Wilson, of Indlanu, andEldridgo,
of Wisconsin wero present. Tho wit
nesses examined to-day wore Col, D. An
thony and A. M, Clarke. The former
testified with roferonco to Dolahay's hob
Itsftnd tbe Oiborne-Ingall's draft trans
action. Tbe latter testified with refer
St. Louis, Nov. 14. Arrived : Shreve
and McDonald, Memphis; St. John and
Clenton, Keokuk; Stradcr, Vicksburg,
Departed : Forsyth and Turner, Now
Orleans; Wolff, Keokuk; Colorado, Mem
phis; Kinney, VicKsburg. River rising
slowly. Weather cloudy and very colcf.
Mercury i!3 at 7 a.m. 'Flurries of snow
during the day.
Nashville, Nov. 14. River stationa
ry, 20 inches or! Harpeth hols. Weath
er clear and windy.
New Orleans, Nov. 14. Arrived:
John Kyle and H.O. Yiifger, St. Louis.
Departed: Mary 1'.. Poe, St. Louis.
Weather clear and cool.
Louisville, Nov. 14. River falling
slowly, six feet six inches chute; weather
cloudy and cold; mercury 29. Business
dull on account of the horto disease which
prevents the transportation of freights.
Arrived: eixchanne, Pittsburg; Charmer
and Arlington, Cincinnati; Raven, Pome
roy and Jehu Means, St. Louis. De
parted: Charmer, Evansvillo; Arlington,
Memphis; City of Cairo, New Orleans;
Raven, Nashville; John Moans, Pitts
burg; Exchange and Win. Cowen, St.
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality of
Folio I'ost. DerM 14 OOtoO 00: tier one-half
M 2 00 to 3 00.
full sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth Isheet at from $3 00 to
20 00 per SI.
Iiy a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will find that our
per M $5 00to7 00, according to site and
quality or paper; perone-halfM 3 00to4 00.
on ordinary size per M $4 OOtoi 00, accord
ing to style and iiualltv. Commercial per M
4 N)to5 00.
nsr SI. according to size and weight, $0 OOto
i 00: Der one-half SI. according to size and
weight, 3 00to4 00.
D It AY TICKETS
per St $3 00to4 00, according to order.
urnlshed retail at wholesale prices. Charge
or printing, 11 00to2 00 per M.
PEICE3 .A. 12,33 LOWER
than those ot any establishment ot the kind
in m. l.ouis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
.a. id -v e :r, T I S 1 1ST a-
Business men will find the Bulletin the
best advertising medium in Southern Illinois.
Receipts: Hams 23 tiercos; flour 3,113;
lard 223 tierces; corn 1,75'J; lard 51 kegs;
oats 004; whiskey 31; bay 574; cotton
6,920; pork 0 3; bacon 08 casks; bacon i8
boxes. Flour dull; XX $6; good $7;
choice $8 12Jg8 50; choice extra $8 50-
Q,') 00. Hay steady; prime $20(3,27;
cuoiceiiHu.au. isranauii ai$i uo. roric,
no market. Lard dull at 4ft9c; kegs
ioac. cotton quiet ana nrm at lBic. titer-
ling 121 J122; sight discount.
CHICAGO, -NOV. 14. Hour (lUiot
Wheat lower, heavy and mode rat oly ac
tive: SI 01 cash Novombon $1 01 ic De
cember. Corn steady, fair domand; 31 jc
cash; 3l33Ue November; 3031 De
cember. Oats quiet and easier; 21ff,'.'ljc
casn; 22c December; January 2.'j(i)22jc
Rye firm, no - saleable o-c. Uarley un
settled, No 2 Armor C4,G5c; other grades
heavy, rroviilons nnsettieu and hoavv.
Pork, old held $15; new $13 25(513 50;
ottered $12 3.4 December; $12 25 Janu
ary. Lard 7c spot and January; held
"Jc March. Green meats, bams 8 l-6c
avoraco cash November; 7j(r8o December,
Stcats in salt 15 to 25 day, shoulders 4k:
long clear CJc; short rib C6 jc. Whiskey
quiet, onorings iignt, neiu U"c.
Cincinnati, Nov. 14. Hour quiet at
$7(5)7 25. Wheat nominal, red $1 47(oV
1 55. Corn quiet, old 4243c; new 37
38c. Oats ttendy at 27(?.33c. Cotton
firm, middlings 18Jc Whiskey firm at
9lo. Pork quiet and nominal at $14; cut
meats quiot; snoumors -hc; clear rib 7c:
clear 7c; bacon quiet, shouldors fijo for
ota; new siaes iuc; ciear no iujc; hogs
steady at $3 804; receipts 8,355. Lard
quiet, steam 7gc; kettle 7j.
St. Louis, Nov. 14. Flour dull
Wheat firmer, No 3 fall 57458c. Corn
better, 3435c. Oats steady, 25k, Rye
little doing, uarley unchanged. Wbiske
firm, 90c. Pork nothing: doinci drv sal
quiot; loose shouldors and cloar sides, to
arrive, ono week In salt, 4(o7jc; order lots
packed, r7J5Rc; bacon down, clear sides
lie. Aiara unouangea.
PiEW ukleanb, Nov. 14 Corn quiet
white 08c; others unchanged. Sterling
22; sight i discount. Gold 13). Cotton
active and Urmor; sales 4,700; good ordin
ary I7jc; low middling 18Jc; middling
lojc, miauling unuans iec, tactor ask
ing lo higher. Recelpta 5,698. Ex
ports, coastwise 714, continent 2,042
Washington. D. C. Nov. 14. On the
lower lakes and thence over the Sliddle
states cle ring, clear and calm weather,
with northwest winds will prevail and ex
tnd to.morrow to Now England. From
the Ohio river southward ovor the Gulf
and South Atlantic states clearing anu
picMr weather, with frost and northwest
winds extending to Texas. In tno nortn-
west and thence to Ohio valloy and Mich
igan northerly to westerly winds, occa
sional snow ana rain ana ciouuy uui clear
ing weather. Warning signals remain at
Uutlalo, Kocncstor ana usweco.
TALL AXD WINTER ITTLM.
tfiii a lull La of
BOIT3SrUTS Ac HATS
ITrimmsd aad ualnntoM.)
Ptf.NCt) KLDWKRS. RIBBONS, TRtaT KINO
of all ktndi, I.tco, to.. eto.
Mr. Mc(l hu atao lira aatsrtauat
rtuvj Admits, itich m
NKCK Tl.W, COLLAR. UNDEStALIEVM,
HVFFti, HASH EH, FANS,
Ad4 all olhrrattiel usually louad In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOR
Sir. SIcGee. In addition fo her stock of
Fancy and Millinery floods, has a finaone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
drens' Boots, Black and In Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes tn tbe market, and this Is tbe only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opensd out an titoaslve stock of
All ot which artaatlralv nw and of tbe verv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THK STOCK COMPRIMS)
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS,
Act an tlexans assonmeas oi
LACES, JEINOEJ, KID OLOTBS, BOsUHY
ami all articles usually kept In a trat-etate sail
Mr. Hvtndtr lavlUt the p-ubtia to tall aa4 la
pct hr stock, whuh tha will taka pleasure la
howing to old aa wait as oaw custom-art.
(sheet 20x40, 8 columns) is furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever before published in
lairo, suij new ciuus are comma; in arer
W. li. Morris,
11. II. Cindee
No. Pub. and V. H. Com
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTKA,
F1RK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Asset fi.bil.M 7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets lil.M 4,110 U
Asset Il.TM.'HS ii
Assets ll.SM.sa9 IT
Assets - M,7J
Asset I16S.J7S 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 1500,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Assets 130,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets '.,6OO,0i() 00
RAIL WAT I'ABSENQERS ASSURANCE
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER 4 CO, Prop'rt.
This house is newly fitted' up wlth"lws)
And two flue w
. The j saloon Is stocked '-with tte Best
LARGE STO0K OF 0ARKNT1NG
at la Bsativ Mssttk
VERY LOW FIGURES. '
COKIf Kst 8TB IT AXD COMUBaOIAL-AT.,
are compounded io the most approved style
fas-Come and see (or yourself. Tbeykeep
on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER, ,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are spread morning and evenlns; at 10
o'clock, at which all are Invited to partici
pate free of charge. 9-11
Assets l S30,sdsw)
BAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio Leva.
flitf National Bank, UAIBO, ILL.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHQEST VARIBTT STOCK IN TUB CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Crsserr Mlsaeteesstss alrMS and lens
ft Bi Btxrou, .... Prearui- T
Cob. Ohio Levbb & Sbcokd St.
CAIRO CITY COA'L'
a prepared te supply easterner vita ifc ,
PITTSBURG AND IUIN0IS
. . CO AT i.
jESBeffege conveyed te aad torn
ORDERS lea at UalUdey Bros. oflce,:T"
ohio lkvbb, or at the Coal Yard below ike
St. Charles Hotel, will receive promt attem
tlon. The Tuo ''Uoktaum" will kriag eel
alomrslds to sUasaerajjnjrJiouf;
PARKER & BLAKE, .
WALL PAPER, "PAINTfi1,
Wmtiw, BtossalSM. UaMUsie,
aeil the olebrale4
skom' builulno, ccr irm w. os)tJ