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OFFICE, BTTIiS-rilT BTTXPIsra-, 0033. 12TH STHEET A.23D WASHINGTON
JOHN H. OBHRL.Y, PROPRIETOR.
REPORT OF SOLICITOR OF TIIE
THE A3 UK Y DEI'A KTM KNT.
M IN 1ST K It W A S III J U It N K A CAN
DIDATE FOR THE SENATE.
DEMOCRATS AND LIBERALS
OHIO IN CONSULTATION.
TION BETWEEN NEW
YOltK AND A US.
LOUIS KIKE DEPARTMENT
TO JJE INCREASED.
Deported Kspeelally lor the liullctlii.)
UUIU LIUKKAL.H AND IIKMOCHATH.
CoLUwIIUn, O., Nov. 15. A fpscial con
sultation meeting of Democrats anil Lib.
ral Republicans of Ohio was held hero to
day. The Liberals, about forty in n umber,
mat suprtte1y and adopted reioluliom
declaring In their opinion, It wm deslra
Liu that a comolliUtluu of. all vlcrnenli
forming leading ptl.icfples enumerated by
tbeCinelnnatl platform should be etTeeted;
that unlit such coniolldation wai elfectel
the Liberal organization sbonid bo inula
talned and perfected; that tho neit l.lb
eral sute eonventun ihouli duclaro
squs.ro.ly ia favor of tanll" for revunut)
only, and invito all person without re
gard fj forni'T political as.ociations to
unite with them, rit-iitntneiidiiit; that after
the nest stato cnnvoritlon thu. riatiiu of
Liberal itepubliian as tho arty name
should be dropped and that af thu Liberal
party bo adopted, and atltlng alt urguni
zatiom which havo thus far .co-iiperaled
with the Liberal! to abandon all party
nam f for that of Liberal ; that ns a party
they are opjvosed to all parly legisUtlon
or special privileg, bellveving that tqual
rights to all should bo the guiding princi.
pi in all ratification of gov.
rnment affairs and under great care
(n the selection of candidates for members
of the constitutional cunn ntions. Demo
crats, Liberal-ltepublirans, State Central
committee together with as largo a num
ber of the two organizations from various
parts of the state, held a meeting this
afternoon. The committee which was ap
pointed by the Democratic and Liberal
State Excutive committee, to prepare an
address to tho people of Ohio, made a re
port, which was considered arid adopted.
The duty of calling statu conventions, two
organization remmitted to two state
ezeculivo committees. Considerable talk
was elicited by tho reading of resolutions
adopted by the Liberal meeting, and n ot!
of thu older Democrats present objected
strongly to giving up thu name of tl e
Democratic parly and adopting that of
the Liberal party No motion or resolu
tion on thu subject was brought beforu the
meeting. The meeting did no other busl.
Washington, Nov. lo. A delegation
of I'eiinsylvanians, headed by the gov
ernor elect, Senator Cameron, ei-Congres-man
O'Neil, and otbire, to the number of
thirty, had an interview with tho presi
dent to-day, in relation to the appoint
ment of a postmaster for Philadelphia
Tbey urged Geo. Tneman, a merchant of
that city. Tho president listened atten
tively but give no ileUnito response in re
lation to a selection. Geo. Hairman, a
deputy In tho otlleu, is alio a enndidato
An appomiinent under tho civil-iorvico
regulations enters into the controversy
Tbo president is inclined to appoint tho
deputy and tho delegation aru somewhat
excited in consequence.
Wahiunoton, Nov. 'o. Col. Bristow,
to-day tendered his resignation as solicitor
general, which was accipted, and the com
mission of Sun. M. l'iiillips of South
Carolina will be out to-morrow.
fOI.ICITOK IIAKNrtKMl'H KK10KT.
Vasiiinqton, Nov. IS. Thu annual
report of Solicitor Uarnfleld,of tho troas
ury department, was completed io-duy. It
showa that during thu fiscal year, ending
Juno 30, 1834. Suits of all clauses under
the direction of hisotlico wcru begun, tho
whole amount suid for by the government
being S8,i07,18.. 01 thu whole number
of suits brought 693 wero decided in favor
of tho United Slates, 23 against, 'Job set
tled and dismissed, and VI penalties wero
remitted, leaving Utl8 still pending. Of
the auils pending; at tho commencement of
tho year, 389 have been decided for the
United States, leventy-ttvo adversely, nnd
858 havo been settled and dismissed. In
eight penalties havo been romittod mak
ing tho whole number, decided or disposed
of. during tho year 2.181. Tho whole
amount for which judgomenta wero ou
tlined, exclusive) of decree', in tho remain
der wa $918,30'), and Ibi entire collections
from all sources $t,O00,422. Compand
with last year, tho amount of new busl
neis shows a reduction of about twenty,
ftvo per cent., and n steady and gratifying
advance In tho tlnal disposition of litlga
lion inboritod from previous admlnistra
lion, WARUIIUKSK A CANMDATX FOR SENATOR.
Nkw York, Nov. 15. The World an
nounce! that Wathburne, mlnistor to
France, U a'candldats for United States
senator from Illinois,
CllARLZH fRANCIH ADAMS.
" Rostov, Nov. 16. Arrangements aro
being mado at Quincy, Man, to give
publlo welcome toCbarlei Franoii Adami(.
woo is txpeoUd oome aeit Monday,
HIGHLY IMPORTANT METKOKO
WARRANTS ISSTKD PuK THK A li
lt KS l' O F S US A N II. A N T U UN Y .
Ituportcd Especially for tho Cairo Bulletin.
MlKStO.VAKV COilUlTTKK'rt KEfOKT.
New Wuk, Nov. 15. The general mis
sionary committee of the Methodist
church report receipts for the past year
at $001,051; disbursements, tJUO.Cl" ; in
crease of collection over lfcs'l about S&O,
000. The pecuniary basis for missionary
work for 183 was mado at J SW), 000.
tl3i!,000 whs voted for foreign minions
and $"0,000 for domestic.
l.KTTKK rKOM CtMIA.
A Cuban letter stales that thero are
18,000 insurgents under arms, but that
there is a scarcely of clothing and inedl.
cine. Several skirmishes huve occurred
lately. Spanish desertions aro friquent.
Wasiuvuto.v, Nov. Id. A series of
-ell defined gold bearing Veins Iihvo been
discovered near Kulley's ford, Virginia,
five miles from Itaphannock station. Thu
surfaeii rock of gold bearing quartz, has
from $00 to $100 per ton. Three tunnels
aro now being worked throughout rich
rock, and everything gives evldo'nco of
JA11KS KIVEK AND K4NAWAHA CANAL.
WaiUIN0To!, Nov. 15. A delrgalion
composed of Judge Laugbrldge, member
of congress elect from Iowa, Senator
Lewis ot Virginia, I. Ambler Smith and
J 11. Senor, ilh others, called on the
president to-day, to lay befoio hirn the
subject of the completion of tho James
river nnd Kanawnha canal, for which the
government's aid is desired.
a acs a .vii roxra.
Washington-, .Nov. 15. A'delegatlon
of Sacs and Foxes of Missouri, accom
panied by Indian a ire n I Lightfoot and in
terpreter, arrived hero to-day. They
come to make finale arrangements for sidl
ing their present reservation, some six
teen thousand acres located in Nebraska
and Kansas and removing thencu tn now
reservation in the Indian Territory.
New Yokk, Nov. 15. Col. McDnnlcl
offers to match his stable of three races
ai-ainst any ho:se or horses in tho world,
to namu at the post two, three and four
milo busts for ten or twenty thousand
dollars each raco, thu races to be run over
Saratoga course, New York, any tlrno be
tween the last ol July and tho first of
TllO'K KKMALK. VOTER.
KociiCHTKK, N. Y., Nov. 15. Warrant!
were issued by U. S. Commissioner Storrs
for thu arrest of Susaii It. Anthonv and
14 other females, who voted nt the lute
olection. Tho parties probably will Vv
brought to court next week.
UK I) I'Olt DAM AO K.
Francis Cassidy, who was arrested and
imprisoned some months ngo, on suspicion
of conneclim with the l'armino murder,
has sued Capt. Ferry of the llrooklyu po
lice, for $10,000 damages.
KHYSWUS0 YL'SKIK PARDONED.
Dispatches from Oen. Sickles, minister
at Madrid, reiort tho p.trdon of JuIIhs
Kryswosgyuskie sometimes written Kryke,
under sentence of 10 years imprisonment
for participating in tho ltyun expedition
to I'uuta ltisa, in 1871. Ho was original
ly sentenced to death.
INCREASED K1UK DEI'ARTMKNT.
St. Louih, Nov. 15. Thu board of
directors of tho merchant's exchange to
day pa.. ml resolutions urging tho city
council to increase the efficiency of tho
II ru department by the putrhitsu of more
engines, hose, hooks, ladders, trucks, etc ,
and erecting additional tiro plugs in tho
business part of tho city, Theiu measures
aro slruiigiy secondeu ny mo citizens
New York, Nov. 15. Tho distrbt at-
toruuy, uarvin, denies ttitt the prosecu
tion proposes to enter n nolle, pnxequi in
tho ctito of Mayor Hall, already twicu be
fore thu jury.
AUalRALIA AND NEW YOKK.
New Yokk, Nov. 15, Congratulation
messages wore exchanged to-dHy between
tho mayors of Adelaide, Australia, and
New York, upon tho completion of tho
.olographic communication between the
llurcALO, Nov. 15. W. U. telegraph
opoiator at Ango'a, this county, reports
U) Inohe of snow thert, uiul that it is still
snowing. A train on tiie i.nko Mioru rail-
r.md, duo here at four o clock, did not ar
rive till - p.m.
Washinoton, Nov. 15. Hcscarches of
the signal otlico havojutt been rowarded
by a beautiful and highly important
mctcorogical discovery. On tho coast of
England, front limn tmmomorlitl, tho pin
nomonaof tho great November atmosphi r u
wavo has boon tho speculation of scientist
and teamen, but Sir John HorschuU nnd
o hers, supposed It was peculiar nnd con
fined to England and Western Europe,
wnicu it reacuw from the South
Atlantic anu over which it
rolls In long continued undstlalatloni from
October o Januwry, constituting o lm
0AII10. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1G. 1872
portant clement In thu plicnomical char ,
acter of European winter. On the l.'th '
ol Novomber n similar atmospheric wave j with nil on board.
begun to break over tho shoro of Oregon
and British Columbia, us shown by tho .
weather telegrams. Ily thu evening of
tho 13th, it had spread over nearly all of 1
low, is believed to be foundorod in the
Hiltlo sea In a hevv calo Wdnisilar
tho Faclflo stales and territories, Utah
and Nevada, and at midnight was pouring
through tho Rocky mountains. On
Thursday tho 14th, It drew over Col
crado, Nebraska, Kansas and Indian ter
ritory. On Friday morning it cxtondud
in unbroken magnitude from Oregon
and Washington territory,, through a
great trough or depression of thu Rocky
mountains in Idaho and Montana, and
stretched thenco to lower Missouri and tho.
lower Mississippi valleys, and over thu
wcstern,jhore- of ibo Mexican galf. This
discovery will ' onnblo meteorolo
gists to anticipate, by many days,
thu approach of winter, us It It advances
from thu Pacific coast eastward In great
currents of wist winds It clears up tho
old mystery of American winter storms,
showing that they originate in the ltocky
mountains, upon whosu rold and lofty
mounts in Nevada, Utah, Colorado, hnd
Wyoming territory, tbo Vapor luden air
of this wuvc, coming Irom over thu warm
Pacific, is now seen to bo condensed in
overwhelming snows of thu 4 1st parallel.
This vast aerial wavu is probibly like
the English wave, continued in successive
undulations for two oi thru: months. Itus
siritsin explaining the comparatively high
temperature and light precipitation In the
winter in Puget's sound and eastward.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Ilulletln.j
THE KIRK NEWS.
Boston, Nov. 15. As the sufferers by
firu beeome better atquaitiled with tho na
ture and extent of their losc, tl.o fceline:
of confldenco grow stronger that both
homo and foreign insurance companies
will in time liquidite their entire debts.
Silvagu is found to vary from 15 to CO per
cent , and as schedules of saved property
aro being made out as rapidly as possible,
and policies nnd proofs of losses aru in
some cases already sent in, thu work of ad
justment will bo pushed forward with the
utmost rapidity. Between three and four
thousand dollars worth of goods that were
stolen have been recovered, and a lot of
unclaimed property awaits identification
at thu city hall.
Bo-ton. Nov. 15. The s:ifo of J. M.
Beebu .; Co., in Winthrop squaro was
opened to-day. Nothing remained of the
contents except a few charred books and
papurs. II .swell, Kingsley & French re
covuroi their safe containing a lot of si.
ver ware ill a dumagud condition, and a
portion of their family jewelry, partly
wrecked. Thu SHfu also contained a imall
portion of gold coin which was melted
The property in most cf the safes recov
ercd was ruined. Cwveral steumers ore
still playing on the ruins. On thu site of
old fort hill is thu scene of activo build
i nir operations, half u dozen wooden
structures are being nlreudy finished and
in procuis of erection.
hT.KL WOltKn 1IUKSKD.
PlIILADELI'lIIA, Nov. 15. Tho (xton
sivu stw and Blue! works ol' Henry Disston
in Kensington, took tiro this forenoon.
Tho saw factory and two other buildings
wero destroyed, but four other buildings
wero saved. Thu workscovcred nearly all
tno squure, bounded by the front by Hay
lock, Carroll anil Luiiinl srreut', and gttvu
employment to 1,000 workmen, Losa
$150,000, insured for $150,000. Thu tire
was cuused by tho explosion of an oil can-
TYROLESE DIET CLOSED
THE ( E R.MAN GOV-EKN.MENT.
EXILED COMMUNISTS 'ARRIVE
AT NEW CALEDONIA.
Reported Kp3el.illy for t'io Bulletin.
1I1ANKS 10 JA!KI UOKDON IIKNNk.1T.
London, Nov 15. Tho Roval Geo
graphic.)) society has sent a letter of
thanks to James Gordon Bennett for tho
part ho look in tho discovery of Living-
tone, and thoy havo votid Stanley u Vu
torin medal of 1873,
TYUOI.KSK DIET CLOSED,
Vienna, Nov. 15 A dispatch from
Tmspruk snys sessions of Tyrolese diet
li lubcen closed by thu government in
consequence, of the refusal of members to
fulfil their duties.
Paris, Nov. 15. Tho government re
ceived information from Now Caledonia
of tho info arrival of tho transports,
Guurrloro and Garonne, which carried out
thu communists sentenced to Imprison
ment at that eclony.
Midrid, Nov. 15. Tho Central Junta
Carllet,'8 organization mrots to-day to dis
cuss means to procuro funds to support tin
insurrection in Catalouia,
Berlin, Nov. 10 A dispatch from
Pillow euys tho steamer ' Anglo Dane,"
which left Copenhsfjcti Monday fur Pi).
New York, Nov. 15. Official returns
from Pennsylvania, except tho county of
McKo-r, which estimatol, makes Grants
miijoilty 137,537. Notwithstanding this
Immense majority, Grant generally runs
below his vote- four years ago. Sinc 1808
tho population ol Pennsylvania has in
creased 8 per cent. The "vote of October
as compared with thu October vote of h8,
howidan increase of only 3 per cent, and'
now tlm ofliclnl voto for preaidmil will
show that over one-third of tho Democrats
look no put in tho election.
THK VOTE Of ILLINOIS.
SrniNOKiELD, 111, .Nov. 15. The offi
cial returns from 31 counties, 1 to hear
from, givo Grant I7I.-J78, Greeley 137,.
308; Grant's majority 33,970. Thu coun
ties to hear from will inir asj Grant's ma
jurity about 5,000. Oglesby 170,015 Keor
ner 145,500; Oglesby's majority 'J1,0J8.
O Conor gets 2,139 vols in J1 counties.
HIE UK-ULT IN MI.-solfKI,
St. LuUH, Nov. 15. All counties in
this sta'u except Pemiscot and Stoddart
givo by otllcial and reported majorities
Greeley U8.077, Grant 113,113, Wo kIsoii
U9.040, Henderson 118,503, Greeley's ma
jority 34,004, Woodson s majority 31,003.
Constinu McGuire, defeated candidate for
sherilT at tho latu election in this county,
entered contest in thu circuit court yeste'r-
ua unu aiiou ror a recount of votes. His
opponent, Phil C.Taylor, received only
fourteen majority, and McGuir say a 1,000
votes wore cast for him. AKGuiru a votes
were thrown ns'do and not counted.
New York, Nov. 15. Official return
givu Grant 14,557 majority in New Jersey
A CARGO OF SLAVES CAPTURED.
A CAROO OK SLAVES CAl'TURED.
New York, Nov. 15. The Melbourne
Australia, Argus of September 20, gives
un account of how tho EnglUh brig Carl,
recently secured a cargo of slaves among
the South sea islands. The unsuspicious
natives were decoyed ia their canoes
along sido of thu vessel, and suddenly
smashed by having pieces of iron
thrown into them. Struggling in tho
water, the unhappy wretches were caught,
hauled on board and thrown into the
bold until tbo steamer ha! nearly com
pleted her cargo, when the natives began
to fight, and set firu to thu ship. To
check this, tho captain, Dr. Murray, and
his mermigdons, commenced an indis.
criminato slaughter of thu captive, by
firing promiscously into the crowd. The
morning after, on tho hatches being taken
utf, it was found that seventy wuro either
dead or wounded, and both dead und
wounded were at onto thrown overboard.
Somotimo after n few particulars leaked
out, and at Sydney the captain and some
of tho crew wero eommitt.-J for trial.
Dr. Murray is thu principal witne-s, hav
ing turned queen's evidence.
Louisville, Nov. 15 Information
huving been received from polico East,
that dangerous New York burglars had
plotted a mid on the Farmers' und Drovers'
bank of this city, in which la deposited
i 800,000, money of the Public Library of
Kentucky which is to be distributed to its
tickets holders December 7. Chief
Jenkins to-day detailed a special polico
forcu to guard the bank. The guard will
be amplu for the protection of tho treasure,
and will bo continued until after thu draw
ing and disbursement of tho money to
ticket holders through thu country. Po
lico nlfo received special instructions to
watch llio movements of all suspicicious
personj that may come to tho city.
St. Louia, Nov, 15 A drunken brute
named Mmtin Diissinger, living at Potts
town, Peoria county, Illinois, riped his
own daughter, only nine years old, a few
nights ago. Thu wretch is now in jail.
PoTrsviLLB, Pa., Nov. 15 Horso dis
ease is t ecoming general throughout the
coal regions, thu shipment of coal by thu
canal from Schuykill having boeii sus
pended. Mules aro also etlected by the
disease. There being no shipments of coal
by thu canal, it is feared that several co'
luries will havo to suspend work to-inor-ruw,
IIi'itai.o, X. Y., Nov. 15.L irgo num
bers of horses which havn bum worked
loo hard sineu tliuir recovery from thu
epidemic nru suffering from u relapse, and
numerous deaths Irom affection of thu
kidneys nnd dispupsy havu occurred.
New York, Nov. 15,1:15 p.m. Flour
dull. Wlmal fair and prices liavo ad
vanced $1 43(72)1 50; rod' $t 57l 05;
ambur $1 05(S,i 'u- Corn Urns OUJc;
hulil at 04o. Oats firmer 4450c. He
celpts: Flour, 14,uOo; wheal, 137,000;
corn O.'.OOU; oats 24000. Gold 13. Mess
pork nominal $15 75. LarJ firmer 8,
Whiskey quiet, nominally U5Jc.
New Oulkan, Nov. .5. Arrivrd: U.
C. Y auger and Mary Houston, Departed:
Mary E. Poo. Receipts: Hams, 19
tlencfj Hour 3,694; lard 100 tierces; corn
498 tacks; laid 127 kegs; hay 1,123 bales;
Whiskey 7 barrels; bran 1,050; cotton C,
001 bales; bacon 29 casks; 10 boxos.
Flour dull. .XX 0; low treblu $0 50; good
do 77 25; choice $7 808 U5. Cum in
moderate demand G708c. . Oati dull 43
fa)45c. Bacon dull 01J02o. Cotton in
fair dmtnd l$'c, Sterling xebaoge U7
sight J discount. Others unchanged.
Oiiicaoo, Nov. 15, VMr, p m.-Flourln
light demand. Whuat steady and active,
1 0IJ3)l 02 cash; l 0li,l oJ Nveni
her; 1 02 December; l 04 Jar.uiry.
Corn steady and in fair demand. 311'IJc
cihj 3l3lju November; 80l(Tf 3lJD.
cember. Uats quli, 2l)2l(c ca-l.j 211(2,
2';'i! December; 22jc January. Ko firm.
ury littlu offering, .NVj sale.blo 52c.
Barley Irregular, firmer and In
fair demand, No 1! 0IC spot;
01c November. Po k quiet and easier,
old held $15 ; nuw $; '.5(S)l:j 60 spot;
offered $12 25 March; nominally 12 25
Deceinbur. Lard stead v, 7jc cash sales
January; nominally 7J"o March. S P
bams steady, 10j(n,l 1c spot. Meals steady;
green hams 7J(So November; 77c
January; shoulder held. Meats it. salt
15 to25 days, shoulders nominally 4 Ji ; long
and clear 0.-; short rib 3 ; whiskey quiet,
89J(2,90c; generally held UJc.
&r. Luuik, Nov.lo.-Flourdull. Wheat
firmer; gi oj demand for spring and low
grades fall, but sales private. Corn steady
at3l35c. Oats quiet at l!5'.'5c. Rye
llttlo doinr. Barltiy dull; No 2 spring
57058c. Whiskey firm at 90c. Pork
lower; old $lfi; bacon nothing doing; drv
salt weak; only small lots selling. Lard
Cincinnati, Nov. 15. Flour steadv
2. Wheat nominal, red $1 47
1 54. Torn nominal, new 37(2,3Hc; old
f-ic. Ots nominal 27(2;l3c. Cotton
quiet, middling luj... Whisky dull 0c.
Pork quiet, new $13 50. Cut meits quiet;
shoulders 4Jc; clear rib 7c; clear 7c, all
15 and 'JO days In salt. Bacon quiet,
'wuiucr- u cip-ir rios iuc; clear tuo.
Hogs steady $3 0C4; receipts 3 730.
Lard steady, steam saleahlu 7" ; held
"jc; kettle 7c.
St. Louih, Nov. 15. -Flour is generally
dull and unchanged. Wheat, spring soft,
in demand and higher; No 21 141 16:
fall lower; medium grades in deuiaiM and
nigner, 4M04 red l 40; held $1 4'J! 43;
at cIojo No 3 held $1 00. Corn steady Hint
unchanged, No J mixed 3.'ije; No a white
mixed 40llo. Outs slovs, No 2 mixed
'.'5(2).'5Jc. Birley firm for choicu and
olliur grade, dull sales; Kansas by Sample
44"i7o, luwis Co30c. Ityo inactive, No
- 5o(,o3c. Pork lower, new 14c; old 15c;
dry salt meals, weal and lower; shoulder
5c; bleor rib 77J; clear sides 77c;
bacon quiet; shoulders Oj; clear sides Hi;
Lird dull and rerlni-U, small way HJc.
lligliwines, Ur 111 and in dtmat d 5)0c. Cat
tle scarce and 11 rm or butter grades, lair
and prime $34 o(r, choice and exu
0A7,0o. Hogs, choicu lots held $4; but
puckers aru not willing to pay over $3 90;
raue $3 0C3 90; receipts over 5M).
ClIICAOo, Nov. 15. Flour dull and
nominal. Wheat fair demand and ad
vance, No 1 spring $1 l.KVjl 14; No 2 $1
yj" spot; $1 0!j November; No 3 92jc.
Corn fair demand and advance, No t!
mixed cloned at "ic spot; .11 jc November.
Oat dull, shadn lower No 2 21'JlJc.
Rjo quiet No 2 52c, Barley firm C'JJc.
Provision; pork, mess sold at $13 5j
new spj.t $1'J TJJ seller January. Lard
quiet 7Jc cash Deeeirber or "j'tniiarv.
Hams in plcklo HJilOJc spot; (a,
Novomber; green hams 7oT.8o spot; 7jc
seller next week; art en shoulder- 1(?ii3Jf;
long, clear and sliorl ribs 0o- Whukuy
quit and weak k'.lfa Ufa; clmed 89e.
New YohK, Nov. 15. Flour iiioru ac
tivo and a shade firmer, -uper we.iern
?' lll 10; fOHlllir.il to giual I'Xtr.t id 05
o2,6 05; good to choicM S77l, whito
wheat extra 7 lC1? 05.
M kmimiis, N,.v. I'.' Clear and cold.
River about rliilioimrv . Arrived: Andy
Johnson, St. Ijoui; Fort Gibson. Little
Rock. Departs il: laul:iie Carroll, New
Orleans; C.ipilol City and St. .lo-epb, bt.
Louis; Longrtorth and Armadillo, Cincin
nati. St. Iif!-., Nov 15 Arrival : Vic
tory and Bertram, Keokuk. Depnrted :
Elliott, Memphis ; t'onlinunlal. New Or
leans; llobl.s ii nd bari:es, Pittsburg,
Clinton arid St. Johns, Keokuk, River
falling slowly Weather cloudy nnd
cold with slight snow.
PlTT--liin.il, Nov. 15 Tho river is
about stationary, live feet six inches.
Tho Alary Davagii and I'robasoo depart
to-morrow; th Junietta to-night. The
Carriur, Brooks and Granite Stale arrived
itud departed this afternoon.
EvAN8ViLi.fi. Nov. 15 Cloudy, with
somo snow. Mercuiy 28 all day." River
risen 10 inches. Port list down: Brill 7
a. m., Mnry Ament 2 p. m , Lirascon 3.30
p. in. Up : Lafayetto 9 a. m , Malllo
Ragon, Business dull,
Louisvili.b. Nov. 15. Fallen 8 inchei;
5 foot 10 inches in tbo canal; 3 foot 10
inches in tho chutn. Cold and windy;
first snow storm to-day. Almoat impos
iblo to gn. freight to the levee on accounts
of the horro disenso.
NAKiiviLi.r:. Nov. 15. River stationary,
22 inches on Harpplh shoals. Weathur
cob) and cloudy. Indicating snow,
Cincinnati, Nov. lo River 10 feot 10
inches falling. Arrived: Andes, Wheel
ing. Departed : Andes, Wheeling; Ja.
I). Parker, Memphis; John Kiliiour. New
Orleans; Iron Mountain and barges, St.
Louis. Pittsburgh passed up. Weather
wintry and blustering.
Sit Oiti.KAN-i, Nov. 15 Arrived:
M-iry Houston, Loui-ville; Dexter, St
Louis. No departures. Weather cool
Livsrpoot ewToll( abd fhlUdrlphls
caota voatBACt with i kitko ststis ami samsr
Kur Carry nix Hi" Mailt
FOtt PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaiHia ixroaaiTioi
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Afsr.
IS HroJwy, Nrw.Vork, tirln
II. II IS II p f ,
Washlairtnn Atiiii. Oairn. aoni.
LIME t CEMENT I
OA VE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMJ
Oommeroulv., Foot of Eleventh. at.
-M quality of Lime and Cement al
wayt on band, and for tale at tbe
Tsjr-f Wweat IctUM for cash.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Our Home Advertisers.
WIHWS AMI) l.ltlOIJHs).
noiMit it trt.it, M,i,(1 ,v
IWIiNES AND LIQUQHS:
And prnprf-tor of ne'" and upcndld
BILLIARD HALL i
Kstabll.hed, November 18, 1873.
On the corner of 12th street and Wuhlugton
atetnie, opposite Rulletln Wllee.
No.75 OIIIoLkvke, MONDAY, NOVEMBER li, W2.
ILLINOIS, j 'rpm 2 to (20 per una.
i CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No paiua will be -pared to make it
' to all concerned,
j j N. P. CURTICK, Direc tor.
J. M. KODENHAUOII,
Teacher of Wild and String Ins'ruraeaU.
(See circular.) tft
hcrpn constantly on hand the choicest of
Ines and Lliiuorn, which he will sell at the
very lowct liure. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
i " " - -
I H I u
4 I Is. it .
A:so, aecifi coatiaulljf on hsnj niosl cum
pUl tiock vf
a Hti lRisn wnttKii
-(i I N B,-
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba W ine
R.IMVTH a CO. aril -iclu.ltoly for cash, so
. which rsvt th-T Invite lb pcial tliM
Hon -t rlns tare-iin hiiyrrs.
V. M. STOCKFLETH,
sccctssoa ) roait s smrirLSTB
KsHilir-r stml H'tstils-aalfi l)Mlsr Is
t'orvlKM m IHiramllr
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. O'L Ohio Lkvkr.
HKkfrpsun hand constsnily a full slocko
Oi l K-nluckT Hourhon. Kc and Mnnnnl
ila Whiskies, French Hrsn.lies, llnl lauii 0
Rlns--l '-,l..,. U'lr.- lSa
City NaUssnal Bank BnlldlMsj.
.Specu attention paid toor.ters Irnm siearr
bls muht nrilar
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECOUATIVE. SIGN and Oit.VAMK.NTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Ghom (lildinu
Urdera solicited lor Sceuvrv, Frescoe anO
FANCY GLASS SHOW- CARPi:
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work I ..
trusted to my caro will V promplly at
tended to. Shop in Perry Ilou-o, comer I
Commercial avenue and Klirlith street,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HKCOND look) outo lxvkk,
Buy and Sxll Real Estate,,
FURNISU ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
3 o i
JOHN WATER, Prf)rlttr.
li"S Cnnimeroia) Avenne. CalKO, ILLIMUia
Heel brand of Caltfe- utCtaarila rsxwhvl.
1IILLIA1U) saloon furnished with the I,
of utiles : and bar supplied with wines, Uqtiora
and ciirarsnfthenest bran
i.'orncr 7th stree' and
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
PARKER & MONTAGUE
135" The best brands of Cigar, choiee
Wines, l.iouorn.f to., always on hand tl
ii. T. GKROULD;
.S'i'EAM AND GAS FITTER
end Plumlier's material.
coclie, check Tlses,eto
lobe anil ancle lf , so
siso ssht toa
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
tie public I(MM 3Mi
I'ntta flrolhera Paters! Bry sSska Mat r
in. I MurenoiiMi, Welle A Co'a Aatomeitc Watat
Indlceior uiiltiuppljr Velse for sleem boiler.
wintkb'v wt.ni'K. ontiMKaruL-ATivn
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIETWKKN WASU'SJ iVIXUI AMD WAMfUl
Dr. P. K. Kklil Informs toe patlie that b h
, r ; 11 V S T A H L E,
or. the norlhsreit side of Tenth street as
Ills Htsbles will be fumistied wilU none bat tbe
AND GOOD VKHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
houra nf thu day and night with safe team
on the lowest term.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
and will endcator to merit it by fair deallag
ami strict attention to liiisitieM.
iitni.m k-ir rtutticrs
POR SALE, Jyr sale i yoR BALK,
tTOR BAL. j gili I FOB BALK
Fare from Ltviaroot,
Far from J.orPC-mWMT
Fare from (Ji.aiow,
Fant from QuNaTowl
OAJKO, :::::::: 14 b
ittlnti, Morrn r . -'
"JcS1 You can
and ono-lialf lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
threo and ono-half libs. Prhno
Rio Cofifco, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a'half per pound : Best Gun. , corner ,Twenty-s-oii.i
. .. . ' Leci
nowdor Ten. Ono dollar ana :
Sevontysfivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea, ' A-p-K-i,ha--
One Dollar per pound, and ev-oj-yihing
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
trpft. fl i Plf
fsVery cheap, wave oruers as sa.
UROTUEIW, or appiy ui m uiiu.
cheap. Leave orders at n AJ.MUA a