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PRESIDENT GRANT DETERM
INED TO FOLLOW OUT THE
CIV1L SERVIOE REGULATIONS.
HE POLITELY INFORMS CAME
RON AND COMPANY OF
THE NEW YORK WORLD TO RE
VIVE THE DEMOCRACY.
ALABAMA LEGISLATURE DEMOCRATIC.
LOSS BY IJOSTON Ft HE ID.OOO,
000 EXCLUSIVE OF
GREAT DAMAGE TO VESSELS
BY THE LATE GALE.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT AT
KILLED UY A FALL.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
TUB raMlUKNT TO MR. CAMKRON,
Nxw York, Nov. 10. The Tribune's
special layi tbe preiident made the follow
ing ipeech to Cameron and lit auociatei
of tb Philadelphia delegation, who desire
the appointment of a postmastor for Phil
adelphia of their own telcctlon :
Gkutlbm: I do not well tee how it
would la proper for tan to let atido the
rulei and regulation! of tho clrll-service
comralition. I tnmetime ago determined to
enforce thote regulation on. every proper
occailon. What have we here? -Tbero
are two candidates presented, both Re
publican!. On of them, Mr. Falrman,
has bean an employe of the Philadelphia
post-otflce for lurau time, and latnsalia
fled be U fully competent to take tbe
charge of postmaster. If I was disposed
to tel aille the clvil-iervicu rulet, and go
outiide, I might appoint Mr. Truman,
but I eannolconscientously do this.
tolMOCHACT TO III REVIVED,
Tbe World advocate! the revival of the
old Democratic party. It lays tho chancei
for it victorious reeftablishment are
more promising than at any time during
the lait fifteen ycara. It expects thii re
organisation to be effected on fiscal and
commercial questions, which wore con
stantly agitated, hut never decided be
tween the old Democratic and Whig
partial. It conclude by laying it mutt
be our purpose in the new era, to bring
thote who tllok alike to act together.
We inuit rebuild the Democratic edifice
by bearing tuck the stones carried
transiently into other structure!, or, in
plain language, we matt invite all who
held Democratic doctrinct belora tho
Republican party was formed, and rein
force them by numerous recent converts
to tbe same order of economical and politi
cal jdoa. To accomplish this we mutt
'drop mere partisanship and discuss
COMMKXT VrOK THE COURSE Or THE
New York, Nov. 16.-A Washington
special says the city is filling up with pol
iticians, who comment severely upon the
course of tbe president in relation to
civil-service rules, as manifested in his re
marks to tbe Pennsylvania delegation
bout the appointment of a postmaster
for Philadelphia. They allege that tbe
strict enforcement of the rules will exclude
many msn from holding office who have
just claims upon Republicans, and who can
credibly fill offices for which they apply,
but nevertheless cannot pass tbe civil-service
THE. U A SAO EMI ST or THE 'TBIDUXX.'
New York, Nov. it. Tbe statement
that a change is impending in tbe manage
ment of the New York Tribune is not cor
rect. The stock-holders are harmonious,
and no editorial reorganizing has ever
been discutsed. Wbitelaw Reed is not go
ing to Europe, but will continue as man
aging editor. Mr. Greeley will occupy
the same editorial leadership as heretofore.
THE LIBERAL PARTY.
Tbe Liberals of Brooklyn are tbe first in
this region to determine to preserve their
organisation. They have held a meeting
and formally resolved to call them
selves simply Liberals in the future, and
not Liberal Republicans. Resolutions in
viting alt who wished for the success of
the Cincinnati platform to unite with
tbem, and ordering a committee of thir
teen to mark out a future course, were
THE FBKMIDKNT'h HL'KSTS.
"Washington, Nov. J6. Senator Cam
eron, Osburne, Spencer and ex-Senator
"Wade were callers on the preiident to
day. Many others called to pay their re
spects. The chamber of the executive
office presented this afternoon, a scene of
animation that has not characterised It
for luany months. Gov. ilartranft of
Pennsylvania, Is still in Washington.
TUB PRESIDENT CONGRATULATED.
Wasiiinotok, Nov. 10. The young
men's Republican club of Wuihlngton
called on the preiident to-day and congrat
ulated him on his re-election. The presi
dent in reply to an informal address raid
tbe vote ho had received was more grati
fying than the possession of the office it
self, as it served to show the people did
not believe the campaign slanders on his
Dr. Howard, an American recently im
prisoned in Cuba, has addressed a letter to
President Grant thanking him for inter
fering in his behalf and securing bis free
dom. Enanhville, Ind., Nov, 10. Tho cole
brated Barnes will case was concluded at
Mt. Vernon to-day, by a verdict against
Admitting tbe alloged will to probate
Tbe amount of property involved .is
400,000. Tbe Indiana State Spiritualist
association were the plaintiffs ai.d Barne's
nelrs-at-law the defendants. It will ico to
the supreme court.
St. Louis. Nov. 16. The Democrat of
this city, says editorially aad advisedly,
that there will be but two change In
Grant's cabinet after the 4th of March.
Boutwell will retire to take a seat in the
aenalH, and Pish will withdraw to private
$130,000 for domestic millions for tho en- tho disappearance of tbo epidemic. It is
suing year. Among them are tho follow-1 believed to be pulling away now, and the
ings Orr-gon, fl,n0U, Pittsburg, S2,u'.0 j ; dlsesio Is assuming a milder type, and
UnnUv Mountains. 20.000 : fit. Louis. I tbero nro now buU few fatal cno.
S7.00U! Southr;utern Indiana. $10,000; Louiivillk, Nov. 10. The epi.oollo
PinsnuRd, Nov. lG.51onongab.Ia
five feet throe inches, nbout stationary.
Weather growing cold. No arrivals.
Mary Davngo departed for Hi. Louli, and
Henry ProbMco for Cincinnati.
kvansvillic, ov. id. Weathor cold
. .... a n rl nl.tll.l.. 1.tln..v. 'If. In .1 I lllltn.
Southern IlllnoW, $14,000; Tcnne-see, $11,- St .. prevent, ux anu ' S0Th&T ff, Is station
000 j Upper Iowa, $-J,600 West Virginia, substituted; light wagons are hauled by poft llstDown : Charmer 4 pm; City
10 600; Wcit Wisconsin, $1,010 j Wlscon- men. Conl has advanced to $7 por load, 0r Cairo 1 a.m; Sam .1 Hnle 4; It. II.
in, 3,600; Wyoming, $8,000; Arlrona, $2 being charged for delivery. Railroads Hurd 'J p.m; Arlington 6; Grey Ealo 5.
SC.000. and New .Mexico $7 000. are refusing to receive freight for , loll. "P. ' "rl"' ' '?,nco N"h'
..... - ( Ha(iv MtlUt
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
ESTIMATE OP INSURANCE LOPSEH.
New York, Nov. 10. Tho latest and
lowest estimate of insurance lotiei of tbo
Boiton fire glvei the total amount at
$18,572,300, distributed ai follows: Mas
sachusetts companies, $207,100; Connect
icut, $2,952,800; New York, $0,850,000;
Maine, $400,000; Rhode Island, $U20,000;
California, $75,000; Minnesota, $60,000;
Illinois, $30,000; Missouri, $25,000; New
Jersey, $176,000; Ohio, $205,000; Perm
sylvanla, $277,050; Wisconsin, $50,000;
foreign, $4,610,000. Tbe wool dealers, it
is said, are fairly covered with insurance.
Large numbers of bales of wool are being
recovered from the ruins, tbo outsides of
which are burned black but the inside
are good. It is believed direct and Indi
rect losses will not exceed forty millions
after the insurance Is liquidated.
The Chamber of Commerce Relief com
mittee will Issue an add rem to the citizens
of New York on Mondsy asking tor con
tribution!. V EASE Lfl WRECKED.
Washington, Nov. 10. A London
dispatch .from Stealford to-day, report
eighty vessels totally wrelred In tbo latu
gale, and tbe town considerably damaged
by Inundations. Fishermen on tbo islands
of Jeland, Darst and Hiddensae lost all
their fishing smacks and apparatus, and
houses and contents wero greatly damaged
by the high water, and nearly all the cat
tle on tho Islands were drowned. Tho
wells were tlooded from the sea, and the
Inhabitants are suffering from tho want of
fresh water, food and shelter. Tho gov
ernment dispatched steamers loaded with
supplies for their relief. Rugan island
also felt tho diiaster heavily, many of its
fliblng boats were destroyed, coait line
flooded, and the loss of life both on the
iiland and mainland wai very great.
THE LOSA TO HARVARD
Bootox, Nov. 1C. The Howard college
suffered by the firo to the extent of $50'2
000. Including the value of tbe land it
will coal $500,000 to rebuild tbe college.
It hat toward this amount $100,000 of
good inturance out of tbe $210,000 for
which it wai iniured, the lots is thus re
duced to $iO0,OQ0. Thii, 'ays President
Elliott, we must raise. Tbe firo was
severe on publisher., but the Transcript,
American Homo Magaxlne, WnVerly and
all the monthlies secured new quarters at
once,acd though temporarily incommoded,
new typo, new presses and hard work will
enable them to soon run smoothly. Con
siderable salvsgc on wool and leather are I
being discoved among tbe ruins, the valuo
amounting to several thousand dollars.
Pittsburo, Nov. 16. The residence of
Matthew l.indon at bleats station was
destroyed by fire yetterday morning,
Mr. Linden, who was sick at the time and
unablo to escape, perished in tbe flames.
KILLED UY A rALL.
Detroit, Nov. 10. While a roof was
being raised on the new passenger depot
at Jackson thii afternoon, tho scafl'oluirig
gave away percipitating tbe men and j
timber onto tbojoiits below, 11 men were
seriously hurt. Up to 0 o'clock two have
died, tbe forman, Davis, and a Mr. AN il
liatni. RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
Memphis, Nov. 15. A serious accident
is reported on tbe Memphis and Little
Rock railroad to-day, by which the engi
neer and levoral others were killed, and
tbe train badly damaged. The accident
occurred near Duvall's Bluff. No partic
LATER FROM THE RAILROAD ACCIDENT. I
Lutlb Rock, Nov. 15. A Dispatch
from Duvall's Bluff, Friday night suys a
railroad accident occurred near this place
this a.m. on the Memphis and Little Rock
railroad. A freight train was completely
wrecked. Tbe engineer, Cburlei Putman,
jumped from the ongino which turned over
and struck him on the head, killing him
instantly. The fireman had both hips
brokon, and otherwise iujured. Conductor
Parmilee bad a narrow eicape from get
ting wedged in the trestle, leaving his
shoes among tbe wood. Seven curs wero
DKUO bTOKE BURNED.
St. Jomefu, Mo., Nov. 16. This even
ing at five o'clock, tho drug house of
Anton Belling, on the corner of Fourth
and Edwards streets caught tire but was
extinguished before great damage was
done. Tho itoro was damaged about
$1,000 by tbe water and in removing
FIRE IN VORT SMITH.
Little Hock, Nov. 1C A flre occur
red In Fort Smith on Thursday lust, de
stroying property to tho amount of $100,
000. Court-house, U. S. marshal's office,
pots-office, and 13 business houi's, besides
privato dwellings, consumed. Tno wind
blowed a perfect gale at tho time and all
efforts to stop the fiery fiend were unavail
ing for four hours.
Wiikkmnci, Nov. 10. 11 has been
snowing almost steadily all day. Weath
er very cold. On account of tho hone
disease, coal can baldly bo obtained for
love or money, and fears of suffering on
this score are entcrtalnod.
Kingston, On',., Nov. 1C A snow
storm prevails hero and several steamers,
propellers and schoonors bavo been com
ptllcd to put back.
aix inched ok BNOW.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 10 Six Inches
of snow fell to-night.
GILBERT II. HOBEUTSON
BOLD ROBBERY AT T1TUSV1LLE
A WOMAN ANDCHILD BRUTALLY
cry here; great Inconvenience resti'titig
from the disease. Cillzons pulled the en
gine to n fire to-day and last night. Tho
plan worked well, extinguishers being used
Wamiinoton, Nov. 10. Horses gener
ally seem to bu Improving, About two
thirds of the usual number of street cars
were on sovcral lines to day.
ARKANSAS SKVEN HUNDRED.
OFFICIAL RETURNS FROM DIP
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
Louisville, Nov. 10. The Louisville
Presbytery rendered a verdict of guilty
against Jtev. Dr. Gilbert II. Robertson on
the charge of drunkenness, lascivlousnci
and falsehood, and sentenced him to bede-1
posed from the ministry and impended j
from tho privileges of the chtircn, until no
sbowi repentance fitting him far member
Ci.kv eland, O., Nov. 16. About 11:30
to-night n trnpese perfumer nt Wild's
opera-house, named Harry Maynard, was
hot and instantly killed by a sporting wo
man, named Minnie Fishor, who in
now in custody. It is claimod that tho
shot was accidental.
New York, Nov. 1C Charles King
has been arrested in this city, charged with
embezzling $00,000 while manager for the
firm of Corcoran ic Co., at llio Janeiro.
A BRUTAL MURDER.
Petkrhiioro, Out , Nov. 10. A laborer
named Briton, who was working for a
farmer named Pyn, near Stoney Lake,
murdered bis wife, crushing her head in,
and cut the throut of a child of Payne's.
The murderer was arrested and narrowly
TiTUaviLLE, Pa, Nov. 10. The resi
dence of John Watson, one mile from this
city, wus entered last evening, immedi
ately after dark, by five masked men, who,
after binding each member of tho family,
compelled Mr. WaUon to open his safe,
from which $2,000 was taken, alter which
be was likewise bound and the robbers
made good their escape. The unfortunate
ones were not liberated until after mid
night. No clue to the perpetrators.
EUGENIE HOLDS A FETE
THE POPE DECLINES TO RECEIVE
HIS ANNUITY FROM THE ITAL
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
London, Nov. 16. Empress Eugenie
held a fete at Chlselhurst yesterday.
Many visitori wero present from Parii. A
number of regiments stationed at Ver
A banquet in celebration of the opening
of the Australian telegraph was given at
Cannon Streets hotel lust night, at which
three hundred persons wero present.
SEIZURE or ARMS.
Paris, Nov. 10 Twenty-three cases of
Marseilles rifle, which woro intended to
be lent to Carlisls now in Spanish pro
vinces, have been seized at Ferpiqean by
the authorities of that town.
U. 8. WAR bTCAMKR.
t The U.S. war steamer Shenandoah has
arrived at Marseilles, and will shortly
tall for Tunis.
THE TorE'S ANNUITY.
Romk, Nov. 1C felgnor Zollo, minis
ter of finance, has nddreiscd au offi
cial communication to tho pope, guaran
teeing the payment to his Holiness of the
annuity voted to him by the Italian par
liament. Cardinal Antonelli has sent u
reply to the minister, informing him that
tho pope declines to recoivo the annuity.
BUSINESS ALMOST SUSPEND
ED IN LOUISVILLE.
A MOVE IN WALL STREET TO
ADVANCE THE PRICE OF
STORMS ALONG THE
Reported Imperially lor the Bulletin.
ANOTHER WLL STREET RUMOR.
St. Louib, Nov. 10. Tho 'Democrat V
New York iprclal says a movement it ru
mored to ue on fool in Wall street to ad-
life, or what is more more probable, to no t vanre tho price ot gold 8 or lu cents The
largest operatois in tuo street aro Jay
Gould, Henry N. Smith, Rulus Hatch and
othcrj, among tbe rest, are said to bo in
this bull combination. They are trying to
NO ABATEMENT IN THE EPIZO-
OTIC IN MILWAUKEE.
(Reported Eopcvlally for the Cairo Bulletin.
THE VOTE IN ARKANSAS.
Littlk Rock, Nov. 16. Tho 'Oazctte'
publishes the returns, official and unofficial,
from every county in tho state, which give
Baxter a majority of over 700 for governor,
Richmond, Nov. 1C Official returns
from all counties but ono, give Grant
1,975 majority. The county to hear from
Is reported to have given Greeley 100 ma
jority. OI'riCIAL VOTE or DELAWARE.
Wilmington, Nov. 1C Official vote
of Delaware gives Grant 003 majority)
and Lofland, Republicr.r. lor congres, 36'.'
Nkw York, Nov. 1C, 12:15 p.m. Flour
dull. Wheat dull Si 51; red $1 CO
C5; amber $1 U5l 70. Corn quiot
and iteudy C3c- Out firmer 4C51c.
Mess Pork nominal $16 76. Lard quiet
and iteudy 6c. Whisky nominal U&c.
New Orleans, Nov. 1C Arrived:
Dexter. Recelpti: Flour 10,039; Corn
47C; oats 133; hay 2'JI; bran 60; bacon 25
casks; lard 130 tierces and 90 ko t; whiskey
JO; cotton 6,388. Flour dull XX tCti '5;
XXX $C 60(Ti7; good 7 26; choice 7 50
a,8; cboico X $8 260 60. Corn dull C6
(lyJBe. Pork dull and declining Slo 50.
llucon dull C8J9c: kegs lOl&lOjc.
Whiskey dull, choice $1. Cotton in fair
depinnd 18c. Sterling exchange 22;
(JIUCAOO, iov. iu, i:ju p.m. r lour in
active and nominal. Wheat steady, $1 03
(2,1 031 caih; SI 03 December; No 1
11 Vifil 14. Corn inactive and steady.
3l(n)3lc cash November; 3Do December.
iDals quiet, but firm, 2l5(2'2c cash; 22
22c December; l!2jc January. Ryo firmer,
No 2 saleable, 63c. Burley firm and in
fair demand, 01 J02Jc cash; u"jc Novem
ber, 57c December, Provisions quiet.
Pork, old held at $16; new $13(ftl3 15 spot,
nominally $12 12 January; sales il'J Zi
April. Lard steady, held 7$c cash Decem
ber and January; nominally 7Jc March.
Green hams steady, 7jnc present deliv
ery; 7 jc Decomber and January; 16u av;
green meats nominally unchanged; meats
in salt 15 to 26 days held at previous pri
ces. Whiskey lower, sales 89c.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10. Flour steady,
$7(g,7 26. Wheat nominal, red $1 47
1 65, Corn nominal, old 42c;
new 37c. Oats nominal, 27(a,43c.
Cotton quiot. middling 18c. Whiskey
dull at 90c. Pork quiot; new $13 60; cut
meats quiet; shoulders 4 c; clear ribs 7c;
clear 71c; bacon quiet; old shoulders 59c;
I new clear rib 10c; clear I0'c. Hour, huy-
' 1 11.. . . . r .. ..1
ers auu eeueri generally npari, lew mee;
good to extra $4; generally held at S10
15 hlghor. Receipts 4,584. Lard, steam
firm, good demand 7c, held at 7jjc; kettle
quiet at 73C.7Ic.
St. Louis, Nov. 10 Flour dull.)
v neni oetier, o . spring 91 us; tan
42c; No 3 do 6i", held higher. Corn cood
demand, 3233c track. Oats dull at 25c.
Rye nothing doing. Burley dull, No 2
spring 58c. Whiskey firm nt 90c. Pork
quiet, new $14, bacon lower; shoulders
Cjc; clear sides 0c; dry salt lower;
shoulders 4Jc; clear sides 7Jc packed.
Lard lower, prime steam 7c.
St. Louis. Nov. 1C Flour, order de
mand tor full at S5 75Q.G25 exceeds the
supply and very firm; lor other descrip-
tioiia very aim. vt near, spring urmer;
ire.h demand; No 3 OS&AiVct No regu
lar saleablo 1 10; fall, good demand for
No 3 red, for which $1 68 is freely offered;
No 4 SI 42. Corn dull; yellow mixed 34c;
white mixed 40c. Oats dull; business
small; Not! nominal 26c. Uarley quiet;
No 2 spring 00c. liyo held urm, no sales.
Pork unchanged; new mess $14; old S16;
dry salt meal lower; thouldors 4jc clear
sides 7c, on orders a higher; bacon
lower, snouiaer ojc; ciear siues wc; oraer
lots i)c higher. Lard, prime steam 7e;
country keltlo 7 Jo. Heigh wines in de
mand and firmer at 90c. Cattle un
changed. Hogs quiet at 3 003?0 pack
ers. Receipts 530.
Chicaoo, Nov. 15. Flour quiet. Wheat
active and higher; No. 1 prlr.g $113$,
Corn steady; No. 2 mixed, 31 jo; Oct. spot,
No. 2, 103J, spot; DecemWir, No. 3, 92jc.
Oats firm; No. 2, aijgrt2c. Ryo iu
firm demand and advanced; No- 2,63c.
Barley in firm demand at lower rates; No,
2 lull, 01 ie. Ti'rovisions quiet and weuK.
Mess pork lower; new, $13 00I3 50 ;
old, nominally. $U 6016 00, spot. Lard
Heady at 7 je. Green hams lower ; 77Jc,
spot. Other groen. meats unchanged
Bulk meats quiet. Milsky steady; SOo.
New York, Nov. lfi. Flour quiet and
Heady, super western $5 750 10; com
mon to good extra $0 0(7V)' 05; good
choico $7(i)7 10; whlto wheat extra $7 75
(,8 05. Whiskey qulut, USJi-T Wheat in
I'uir demand and higher, No 3 Chicago
spring $1 40; common No 2 $1 4:tj
141; northwest spring in storo SI 47
I 18; winter and red western $1 0001 t5;
whito western SI 7C1 00. Ryo nomi
nally unchanged. Burley fairly active,
cbolco 95c. Corn heavy and lowor,
steamer mixed C3C3jc; sail C3j04o.
Oats nctlvo and firmer, new western mixed
4ii17k'; old 4850e; white 4760c.
Coti'co firm. Sugar dull, refining 93010c,
Nashville, Nov. 10. River falling,
with 21 incite on Harpeth shoals.
Weather cool and clear.
New Orleans, Nov. .10. No arrivals.
Departed: Mary Huston for Louisville;
John Kylo and II. 0. Yaeger, St. Louis;
Mayflower, Memphis. Weather clear and
St. Jobeni, Nov. 16. The river block
aded by Ico at this point at noon to-day,
St. Louis, Nov. 10. Arrivod : VIcks
burg, Keokuk; City of Chester and Legal
Tender, Memphis; Atlantic, Now Orleans.
Departed : Bertram, for Keokuk ; Grand
Tower. Memphis ; Kellogg, Cairo ; Mary
Alice, No Orleans ; Exporter, Arkansas
river; P. W. Stradcr, Vickiburg. Rlvor
falling, weather cloudy and cold.
Vhksduro, Nov. 10. Down! James
Uowarad and Gov. Allen. Up: Au
cbitta Bellu and Fannio Lewis. Weather
clear and cool. River falling.
Washington, Nov. IC, 8 p. in. Proba
Millies In the Northwest and on Upper
lakes and from thenco to the Gult and
South Atlantic coast high barometer,
clearing and cold weathor, with north
westerly winds veering to northerly and
easterly. On tho gulf and lower lakes
and thence over tbo Middle states north
westerly winds with occasional light
snow and high barometer, weather clear
ing by to-morrow. In England louth
eilerly to northwcitorly winds, partly
dearing weather anil light snow to-night.
1. I'M hi: it.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J tenth street,
Doora. Baak. Bltada, estldlsssra,
Eav Matters, () WIssssowatSMl Door
aTmuaea, noorlatsj, La tit,
Shlngleo, Olatswd ftaah, Oloacd Hid
Lichta, ttlaaed Trstssaosaa,
Haaxt Wlh U. steals Fnlllra susd Oarda
Blind raatenlnsja, Baflasr
rll, KooOss Csnat, frlaatarlas
PafMr, rpt rait, Walt
Load. EJaaod Oil, Aaaarleasa Wladow
Ulaaa, Basjllsks aadProaets
Plate Ulsuta, Pally, a'aaler'a Posats
Howor Plea Patent Clslsaacyaj
AOENTft fur Koek Kirn pspur Coduit'
Shoalliiiitf Fell and Quarts Omsnt
. W JohuV unproTtx RounnK alwavs on
Caiho Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturer of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the ole ri-ht In this city to u the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to funiUli at all times, ou
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention l called to our stock ol
Lumber delivered to any part ot the city
Orders received at the office ol
SAFFOHD, MORRIS CANDEE, '
at that of the company, comer of 34th
lrcct and Ohio levee uiri"!3ui.
cept tbe mission to England
Nahtii.lb, Nov. 16. Mr. Tylor
chairman of tbe Democratic executive
committee of Alabama, telegraphs to
lock up at least $10,000,000 of coin just be-
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
New York, Nov. 10. Tho dropsy
malady among horses continues and is of
a vory fatal typo, itablemon, however,
think the worst has passed in this city and
neighborhood. Commodoro Vandorbill's
Mountain Boy died yesto day.
Milwaukee, Nov. IC.--TI10 epizootic
still rages in this city with little or no
signs of abating, and reports from the in
terior show it to bo spreading through the
stato. It is almost Impossible to find teams
to transfer biggage from hotols to the de
pot. A funoral procession passed through
tho streets yesterday tho hoarse being
draw" I'.v "ion.
Lovihville, Nov. 10 Tie horo dis
easo has stopped nearly all buinct. A
few horses and mules aro unaD'ectcd
Oxen are being used' for freight truniit
throughout tho city. Volunteor compa
nies of citizens bavo been organized in all
wards ot tho city o draw engines to tho
Molaisoi dull. Pork dull, mess lo 7,'
15 8f; prima meis S1G. Bctf cut meats
unchanged. Lard quiet and unchanged.
New York, Nov. IO.-Gs 81 10J; fl.l!0s
G2 12; do 04 I2g; do 65 l'J; do new HJ;
do 07 159; do 68 16J lU-lOs 8J; currency 0s
13); new us 0 J; MUsouri 0s 0 j.
N ew Orleans', Nov. 10. Corn scarce
and Urmer, mixed 06(?,06c; whlto 70s.
Oati 4Qc. Pork to arrive is offered at $1G
60, but no buyers; others unchanged,
sterling 22; sight J diicodnt; gold 13j.
Cotton unchanged. Sales 3,000; receipts
0,436; exports, coaitwlio 08'J, continent
Mxui-uii, Nov. 15. Cloar and cold.
River falling. Departed: Shannon and
Andy Johnson, for Now Orlsani; Potomac,
and Armadillo, for Cincinnati; Bntosvillo,
for Whltu river: ion umson, tor Arkan-
ins river: St Louts Bella, Pike. Andy Jul n-
son will low the Katie to New Orleans for
Louisville, Nov. 10. Hlvor falling
6 feet 5 inches canal; 8 feet & inches chute.
Weather clear and cold; mercury rangou
27 to 32. Arrived 1 Mnlllo Ragon, Cairo;
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
0 vrery deicrU'Uca,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOOHS, SASI1, BLINDS
furnished on rhortrtt nolle.
Uoinmeroial-av, bet. 10th and Uth-sts.,
harlrrwl Harris ai. hii.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFOHD. Preiident;
8. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. HYdLOP, SccreUry and Treasurer.
BsactAT, Oais. OitMHia,
It. II. CeaataaiAM, H. P. Hahibat,
J. M. PauLirs.
IMBoolte ol any Aaaoaat KorolvsMllrasa
Teas Coate Vawarda.
JTKKEHT paid on rtposltn 11 the rtteot mi
rereenl. per anaum, March Island Hptm
r 1st. IsterMt net wltlidraon Is .d.li tanr.
d ul7 to tie principal of the Hemilts, lhrrM
gttin Item comjoun.l Inif test.
. WARMr WOMEN AMI) CUlLtiRKK MAT
O TBiT o 08 tut cm 6aiW IT.
Open nttj business dr from a.m. u 3 r..m
and HatunlaT enina lor HA VINO DKP('-1li
onl), from S 10 S o'clock.
uw' W. I! TSI.OP. Treasurer.
HEAL. KNTATt: AUENV1.
THE CITY NATIONAL
VA I MO, ILLINOIS
UAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W. P. HA1.I.IIIAY, President;
HR.VHT L. HAU.tMT, Vics-Prestdtai
A. II. HAKFORI), Cwhieri
WALTER I1TSLOP, AstlsUnt Cbtr.
Btrs TAttoa, Roasar II. Cvaitiaania,
itlKST L. HllUBiT, W. P. HlUtOlT,
Osa. I). Wiiuamo, Statu t Biao
A. B. Bsrroao.
Caeaaaao, Cola aad rallesl Ssalsw
Bonds Boachl suaa Held.
KP08ITH received, aad a general basking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIKL HUKP, Oreildeati
ROBERT. Mil. io.reM Ual
O. N. IIUOHKH. Casnter.
COLLECTIONS PP.OMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, Lank nols and United
HIMea eecurlltet bouahl nnS eold.
laf root llliiwwl on Time irsptmoHa.
I BOAT ai
o 10 c
Onu Livai Cairo, III.
WIN KM AND I.1UUUHM.
J". O. S M X T H,
U0LrsAit iu armi. rrr is
I WINES AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of ne1" and spendld
No. 76 onio I.xvKr,
Keeps constantly on band the choicest of
Wines and Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (rkcond floor) ohio lxtxk,
Hut and Sill Heal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OK TITLE
And peepare Gonveyanoen of Kind! !
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE OROOER8, j
Also, keep constantly on hand a most 00m
plete stock of
SCCTCH ANP IRISH WUISXIK
O I N Hi
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RJMVTII A CO. sell exclasivelr for cash, to
. which fact tner invite the especial stun.
nou ef close hanaln buyers.
P. 1. STOOKFLETII,
oroiwoa ronta asTocsriaia
Uectirjor and Wtsolroalo Iloaler In
t'orolaja aad Uosncollo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Livib,
17 K keeps on hand eonstanily a full stocko
QOId Kentucky bourbon, Rye and Monocle
Teta Whiskies, French Brandies, Hot land
RMne Pell'nrnU Wlee HSb
P. G. Schuh.
n sfsnaninaxaBS M
HaV W iSlHi
1IETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Car. Waaklaitoa Av. aad KtxaUs
11. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's and Plumber's material, Wood
um ,' globe and analeya'Tts, stop
cocks, oheck Talves,tto.
auo AQBKt roa
rotto Mrotnere Paleal Dry Ooa Motor
Ind Uurr.ioUM', Wflie A Co'n Aulinilit' Wale
liidiuaitir Midsiit) V.I.e fur lain Mllers.
WINTKR'S IILOCK. CIlMMKHl'IAL-AVaHP
CAIRO CITY COAL
s prepared to tupnly custnmer with tU
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OUDKHS left at HalUday Bros, offlee, 7
OHIO LXVXX. or at the foal "i ard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
Hon. The Tuo 'itoNTAUK" will bring coal
ainnvMi o tf mer nt any hour.
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
S1CK.ROOU ANU NUK3KRT APPLUNCE9, 1
I O E 0O113:
Our Pure SPARKLINO SODA WATEK
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled. Wc also draw the
R h V K L I O Jv WATERS
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWIX WAIH'M AVIXUX ANP WAI.M'l
Dr. H. K. IVIdi Informs Inr iuMw lhl h hi"
I. I V E R V H T A H L K,
Also, a choice lot of Chrsrs, ol extra qua
Ity , sold at reaouatl prices. Our
Will receive especial attention and eaic
bfluir at all hours in chartre of eosnpetel.l
and careful parties. Prescriptions eareluliv
comKunded at all hours day oruitfbt.
NO.NK BIT THE PUREST ANU BE? I
on the northwest side of Tsuth slreH as asuie
Ola Ht'aMsa will tefmnlshwl with none bat Ids
1 Corner TWenty.second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN