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OFFICE, BTTIjIjSTIXT BtriXiXDHSTO-, OOI. 121? EC STREET A.2STX3 WaHiaSTGh'TOIT AVENT7E.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER. 19. 1872
' BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
nuople who furnished llio monoy, tho min- lihn. Hoth Urn deceased and tlio prisoner
titer who applied it and tlio president who aro saiu to no woiumy
.t I ti. t - 11 .. ilnlnl.
mi luiiftincu iiiiii, in ibt nilu ai'J
THK PKKSIDKNT AUUANGiy
TIIK POINTS FOH HIS
PREPARATIONS FOH TH K NKXT
SESSION OF CONUKESb.
THE KEY NOTE OK THK SECOND
man may justly envy that which belongs
to Boutwel). Tbe roil says an Impression
I prevails that Kdwln D. Morgan will bo
j elocted to tho treasury, n position afforded
him by Lincoln, but which lie declined,
1IMIHKI) YOU WANT II K EVIDENCE.
Rai.kiuii, Nov. 18, Tho charge against
Mrs. Smith nlid -Mr.. Mann, wife and
daughter of Iter. Dr. Ilriiiloii .Sinith, of
poiionlng him to death, ha boon dismissed
by Judge Wtla, thcro not being tho
preferring to remain In tho t onate, and i slightest evidence gainst them.
WMPV-WKLL AND 111S SUCCESSOR.
adds, there aro fow.Jf any, of our public
men who havo had uch largo mid varied
political exporionce, and none who would
bring to tho administration of national fi
nances, more of thote U alitic which
would Inspire confidence In our securities
at home and abroad, fr who Would sup
port the president vf'lh more prudent
HUPKRINTKNPENT OF INDIAN AITA1M.
Wamiinuton, Nov. 18. Levi K. Dud
ley ha been appointed superintendent
of Indian affair for tbu territory of New
(Reported Especially for tin; llulletlii.
TUB PRESIDENT' MBhSAOK.
Washington, Nov. IB. The president
BOSTON FIKK NOT VETEXTIN-Gl'ISHEI).
ha recently been arranging the points lor A0THEU HLOUK CONSUMED,
i.i. ............. IIS 1ik. not vet com I
bit message, but bo lias not yet com
uianced writing it. Some of the content
of tbe document can be Inferred only from
bi recent private utterances, and it is safe
to say that it will be mureliberalln its tone,
and especially toward the South, than his
lormer messages. The recent vote in HimI
action showi Indications' of a better feel
ing than has heretofore existed toward the
genoral government, while tho press It
more moderate in its utterances, not Uk-
ins; into account tlio popular majority of
the entire country. ' The recent pardon of
Appleton Oakosmlth is regarded by booth
rn gentlemen a showing a morn friendly
policy and foreshadowing executive action
la relation to some of tbe Ku-klux pris-
DESTKUOTIVE KIKE IN ST. LOUIS.
KeiHirtcd Especially fur Hit: llulletlii.
HOToN KIKE IIREAKS OUT AOAIV
Hostok, Nov. 18., 11 p.m -Kiro broke
out middle of Slate street nlock at the
foot of Stnto street, about 10 o'clock to
night, and it now looks as If tho whole
block would be destroyed.
LATER FROM IIOSTllN.
HosiTON, Nov. 18. Kirn department
lust called tbe engines from Charleston
Scuanton, Pa, 'Nov. Itt. TbotnM Mc
Namara, constable of Lacknwana town
ibip, was found dead near the hotel at
Lyraville. on the outskirts of this city, on
Saturday morning. TheTace was smashed
in fearfully and tlio bands were cut In
several places, tho wounds bud evidently
been received in trying to wnrd off tho
knife of tho murderer. McNamara leaves
New Orleans, Nov. 18. Three men
assailed a policeman who shot and killed
one of them named .Ino, Ourrily.
last week for infringing on tho regulations
for tho protection of public parks. His
counsel contended that tho regulations
wuro not valid, because parliament bad not
sanctioned thorn, and an appeal was taken
to tho higher courts At meetings
held at Greenwich nlid Clorkonvillo yes
terday, resolutions were adopted condemn
ing tho nction of tho government In the
prosecution of Hyde park speakers.
tiik late oai.k.
Copknii lor.N, Nov. 14. Advice- from
provences show that tbu wreck and ruin
caucd by the hurrici.no l enormou at
many sea ports. hmbankmonts aim
drawing works havo boen demollhed.
The loss is very groat.
AID I-UKTIIK ItUKKKRKIU.
Minister Maurlo ordered the command
ants of tho Danish vessels and naval
stations, to give every succor to ship
wrecked crews along the coast.
London1, Nov. IB. The right Hon.
John llrlght will resume bis scat In par
liament at tbe coming session.
COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE
THE FRONTIER OUTRAGES.
Cuelta. Tbe Are has hern confined to one
uners now serving out sentences iu llio Al-. atore and is now under control, only the
bany penitentiary.- north end of the block will probably, be
SENATOR POMEROY. UellroyeU
St. Lolma. Nov. 18. Tbe Republican's kirk under control
Washington special ajs Senator Pouie-
roy arrived here to-day, and will remain
until the meeting of congress. Ho is in
very cheerful spirits and speaks with con
fidence of bis ri-olection. He says tbe
canvass in bis state turned wholly upon
the election of senator, and that the war
cries of the campaign were, l'ouierny and
antl-Pomeroy. H? knows nothing of tbe
committee on privilege and elections,
which was at the cluieof the last session
initructod to in vestigato, during tbe recess,
the charge of corruption in the election
of bis colleague, Senator Caldwell.
PKSPA RATION! I OR THE NEXT atsSION.
Senators and members are arriving in
order to seek quarters for winter, or put
their houses in order.
HOUSE AH'KOrRIATIUN COMMUTER.
A quorum of house appropriation com
mittee is bore und will begin their tei
lions on appropriation bill on Tuesday.
TUB I'HESIUENT la PLEASED.
Tbe president is so well pleaied with
the reception of his enforcement of the
tlvll-servico rules In the appointment of a
Philadelphia postmaster, that he has con
cluded to apply them in the New l ork
COMNELL TO HESION.
'The resignation of Cornell will be fol
lowed with tbe appointment of .lames L.
Kusiell in the line of promotion, as bis
THE KBV NOTK OK TUB SECOND TERM.
Those who sit at the right hand of the
president, statu that terri'rorial extension
will be the key note of the second term of
Grant's administration. It is -aid that
the president point to our present terri
torial acquisitions, especially those of the
Southwest, a being so valuable that tbe
people would not part with them at tho
present time for a thousand times the
amount of the original purchase money.
COMMITTEE OK nEVKNTV.
New York, Nov. JB. The committee
of seventy will decide to-day whether it
will continuo in existence or not. Somo
of tho member think it wise to presevo
the organization to support tho mayor
elect, Havemeyer, who being a Democrat,
and supportod mainly by Republicans, i
without political backing.
Montgomery, Nov. 17. Mer. Mor
gan, Kimbra and McNeill, Conservative
who have certificates of olection ns mem
ber of the legislature, wcro arrested by
United States deputy marshal to-day.
The marshal said ho had instructions not
t take ball. Tho otlonso charged is lome
.,:,.i.Un ,.f tl. election law. Tbu will
The tire Is now under comple control
it is contined to lhstoro of Carter, Mann
k Co., grovers, 20" State street. Later
The Are in State street has been extin
guished. Lms estimated at $200,000.
EXTENSIVE KIKE IN hT. LOUIX.
Sr. Loiiia, Nov. If. Tbe extensive
pork packing establishment of John J.
Roe it Co., on Convent street between
Second and Third streets, look lire at
half-past eleven o'clock to-night and is
now nearly contumsd. Tbe house only
commenced slaughtering last week and
contained only the product of ti,00 hos,
which were roughly valued at 100,000.
Two thousan l live hog in pens wore
saved, also 3O,O0O worth of cooperage
in tbe house. The insurancu cannot be as
certained to-night further than thero wus
$50,000 on tho hum house, and SOO.000 on
the slaughtering bouse, mostly in English
companies. Value ol the buildings net
learned. Tho surrounding property will
probably all bu saved.
Savannah, Nov. 17. The business
portion of Abbeyville, S. C, wa de
stroyed by tire to-day. Losi f09,000.
It wa only partly insured.
KLOOR HIVES WAT.
New York, Nov. 16. Hy the breaking
of a platform on the third tloor of the new
Herald building this evening live work
men were precipitated into the ba-cmunt
and .Ino. McNamura, .Ino. Karrell and
Jno. McCurdy wore it is believed fatally
Reported Especially lor the Cairo llulletlii.
Concord, N. 11., Nov. 58. A severe
earthquake shock occurred here this after
noon about 2 o'clock. It began with a
sort of explosion followed by trembling
and shaking which lasted about tun .sec
onds. iJuildingi rocked violently and the
shock was plainly perceptible to people
walking in the streets. Its apparent
course was from wet to east. Telegraph
operators at Contoocook and Warner re
port the same shock there.
MEXICAN FRONTIER COMMISSION.
M ata Moras, Nov. IB. Senorei Ve
laco and Curilloe of the Mexican frontier
commission arrived, accompanied by Se
nor Silices, attorney of the commission,
with full power of investigating the fron
tier difficulties from Americans as well a'
Mexicans, and express n determination
to sift tho whole question, and make full
and impartial report to tho Mexican gov
ernment. Senor Galindo, the other com
mis.ionor, is temporarily detained ut
THE hAC3 AND KOXf.s.
Wasiumiton, Nov. IS. Tho delega
tion of Sues and Foxes of Mitsouri, who
arrived here several days ago from Ne.
braska and Kansas, br.d a talk with Hid
commissioner of Indian affairs, "Walker,
to-day, iu which they expressed tho desire
of their peoplo that half the proceeds of
their present reservation which is soon to
bo sold may be invested and held by tho
government as a school fund fur their
DIED OK sMALl.-l'OX.
St. Lovi, Nov. 18. Win. Hnnley sec
retary and actuary of the Lifo Association
of America and John R. KuuniirJ, an old
Nkw Orleans, Nov. 18, Tho tota
vote of tho parish of Orleans is Grant IU,-'-'';,
Greeley 2,J,tI87j Greeley's majority In
the state as far a heard from 0,70", includ
ing returns mostly official Irom all but two
purisbe'. Heurcagatd ii elected adminis
trator of Improvements.
MISSOURI ELECTION Kf.TURNf.
St. Louis, Nov. IS. Tho Democrat
publishes returns from all tho counties in
this state, which give Greeley 30,052 ma
jority, and Woodson 34,803 majority.
Tlio legislature probably stands: Senate
nineteen Democrats, thrco Liberals and
twelve Republicans , bouse, ninety-six
Drmocrats anil 1!)5 Kepublicuns.
jiletj order lot CjfoilOJc. Iard qulot,
Jc prime steam.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 18. Flour firm and 1
inoro active. Wheat qulot No 'J spring
$1 1401 15; soft J? I lt0l 'JO, No 2 red
fll$l BO&t 82(rt3. Corn No '1 mixed
:ilc; No'.! white 10c; Oats, No 2 mixed
25frt)25Jc. Rarley, No 2 GTf&Ssc. l'ro
"laions, mess pork $14; iiew-.l'l; old. dry
salt shoulders 4(7(c; t'loar rib "Jfrt7Jc
clear sides 7j7c; bacon shoulders ul(n,
0c; clear rib lOJc; clear sides lOjc; hams
$15 5o10 &0. Lard SjOo1 Heigh
wines steady !)0o Caltle, quiet and on- '
changed. Hog firmer at BC.t 00.
Chicago, Nov. 18. Flour quiet.
Wheat active and advanced; Np 1 spring
$1 101 10J; No 2 $1 ill spot; I , 00
December; No 3 OJOoJc. Corn In fair
demand and advanced; No 2 mixed S'.'c '
spot; 31 December. Oats in fair demand i
and advanced; No 1! i!2()22o. Regular
and fresh ryo scarce and llrtn; No i 53J. i
Rarley In fair demand and advanced; No 1
I fall 041c. Pork firm; new l36?il:i l'.!J
spot; $12 37J(5)12 00 December. Lard
firm " Jc. Hulk meat now, 15 to Mo day
in salt; shoulders 4 J; long clear OJc; short
rib 0.joac; loiise easitfr OitfylOJ; shot
green hams 7J(,7c spot. "Whisky steady
New York, Nov. 18. Flour moder
ately uctivo, but unchanged; super west
ern $5 80(2,0 10, common to good X
f'i 80(,0 W; good to choice $77 35;
white wheat X $7 76M C.'i. Whiskey
(hade better, more doing .jj(7j,0'io. Wheat
higher on spring with good demand;
winter quiet and very firm; No 3 Chicago
spring SI 401 45;" No 2 $1 47; north
west spring f 4V((j)l fio; amber western
$1 70; white western $1 85. Rye scarce
and firmer, wostern In store 84c. Rarley
steady, prime western 'J5c. Corn firmer,
stoamer mixed u.ic; sail u;fj(ijie3jc. uais
nctlvo and higher, old western mixed
4Jfi,olc; new do 47(.4c; white 4!01c.
Colfeo firm, Rio 1818jc. Sugar firm, ro
fining 0Jl0o; Molasses dull. Pork dull
and heavy, moss $15 70015 75; prime
mess $15; beef quiet, meats week; bellies
8Sjo; middles moro activo and firm;
boulders D -camber. January, Febuary
and March 7jq long clear December 7jc;
Our Home Advertisers.
SJtusrittrMl Hiarrh ai, imim.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
. OKKICKR8 I
A. 11. sJAKKORl), President;
S. M. TAYLOR, Vlee-President;
11. IIYSLOI", SecreUry and Treaurer.
M Io'RI.I.A K tr.HVf.
f. M. Haiclai,
K. II. CCIM.VIHIS,
J. M. PniLtm
Pacl U. Scaca,
U. P. HstAlfiAT,
DROPSY AMONG THE HOUSES
IN NEW YORK.
DcstoalU ol sssst Asaaasst Kelvel f rases
Test Cetata sjswtela.
iTKKEHT paid oa drpotila al the rale ol tlx
peretat. per annum. Match 1st and iseptrtn
r lat. tatereit not wltlnlrawa It uiitd Hum.
Ulately lode principal of the deposit, Ihertb?
Riving them compound Inureat.
MAKKtBIl WOMEN AND CHILDREN If AT
O THAt SO OKI tUt MR D1AW IT.
Opa Tcr busmo.s day iroin .m. io3 p.m.,
and HluM) rtenma tor HA VINfl DKI'OHM'b
oolj, from In t n'cIiM'k.
autat W. llr.SLDH. TiMsural.
THE CITY NATIONAL
HENRY H. MEYER.
DKCORATIVK. 8ION and ORNAMENTAL
OUAININO AND MARBLING
ol every Oescrlptlou.
DECOUATINli AND GILDING
In eery style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Ulata Olldlna
Ordera solicited for Scenery, Fretcoe anO
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
nlalu and ornamental.
misted to my
tended to. 8boti In Terry House, corntr
All work li
care will ie promptly al-
rrv HniiM. .oimp 1
commercial aveuue aud Kiuhth itreet.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WITNESS IN A DIVORCE
SUIT SHOT AS HE LKAVES
A NEW M'tDEMIC.
New York, Nov. IS. Along tho line
of the Hudson river, also in Pennsylva
nia ami New Jersey, u terrible disease has
broken out among the poultry ; chickens
are dying by tho hundred', and turkey,
gtico and ducks in the market show sign
of maledy. Dropsy, the new horse dis
ease, has made its appearance in all thu
citv car (tables. Fifty per cent, of the
hor.'es attacked are said to die, and tbe
horses atrectcd are mainly those worked
while suffering lrom epizootic. Stable
men aro becoming alarmed, as they
thought tho disoaso was disappearing .
Cincinnati, Nov. 18. Nearly 1.00D
deaths havo occurred among horses from
the epizootic. The bad weather of the
Inst few d'ivi it ii thought has increaied
the. fatality of the disease. The streets to.
and prominent caput dealer died to-day cl jftr uru aimPst empty of horses. Steamers
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small-pox. and railroads luing In large nurnoers oi
Rawmi. oxen dniiy.they having taken the places of
.New loitK, rsov. is. i no ponce raiueu , . soum railroads havo resumed the
nine Uroadwav concert saloons lait night,
Reported Especially lor the Bulletin.
New York, Nov. 18. A terrible trug
edy was enacted to-day at 43 Pine street,
just cutsidoof Judge Sutherland's office, on
tho third floor Tho facta in tho cae aro
as follows: Tho testimony in a suit for
tho divorco of Mrs. King from her hus
band, Jas. C. King, a lawyer of tU0 EaBt
Seventeenth itreet, was being taken before
Judge Sutherland. Ambroso C. O'Neill,
a detective on tlio Erie railroad, and his
arresting proprietors, barkeepers and 100
waiter.' who were bold for examination.
Nkw York, Nov. 18. Insurance cir
cles aio excited over rumors that judges
in an adjoining county are ready to ap
point receivers upon ex parte statement',
with a viuw ol making money out oi iuu
miifortunes of companies. Pnilorwrlters
siv thev will retist all such action.
Piiii.uiKLi'iiiA, Nov. IS. Early Satur
day morning Wilson ii Sons' silver and
plated v.aro manufactory, corner Fifth and
Cherry streets, was robbed of 9,000 worth
of property. This is the second tunu this
placo has been robbed within a short pe
delivery of freight'.
wife woro witnesses In the case, and it
make tho political complexion of tho legis- said that tho evidence of both showed very
thn hriiiiil conduct on tho part ol King to-
nn oiirani.anon, a mo
carrying ol prisoners to Mobile will in-
volvosevoral day delay. Tlio Literal
and Conservatives would havo a majority
in the houso If tho arrested parties woro
allowed to take their seats. Tho legisla
ture meets to-morrow.
HONOR TO IIOUTWXt L.
New York, Nov. 18. Thu Poll to-day,
in an editorial on Mr. Uoutwell and his
successor in tho treasury, says : "Sohuld
Uoutwell bo transferred to the senate as
the successor of Wilson, ho need only do
airo tho same moasuro of usefulness and
success that has 'awarded his career as a
cabinet mlnlstor. His faithful collection
r Ho. niihlle mvor.ues. and his vigorou
.nnranrlatlon of them to the reduction of breathoJ hU last
.u. ..nn.i dnht. contributed more than killed a man in
.11 ntbor influences combined to tho
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A UNION Or Tilr. uu.ai'.u a-
IN THE ASSEMBLY.
AC'COl'NTS OF THE WRECK
AND RUIN OE THE
AID FOR THE .SUFFERERS.
iMin nf Vres duut Orant. Alter an
ulluiion to tho Republican intluenco on
tho old; world 'of Uoutwell' monthly
itatemonU announcing the steady and
rapid reduction of the national debt, tho
Poet adds that tbe credit of reading this
lesson In the financial administration to
be world is to be divided between tbu
brutal conduct on tho part of King
ward hi wife. After tho case
had boen adjourned, O'Neill lelt
thu office on tho third floor
started down stairs, and King followed
him, several stops behind. Whon O'Neill
had roachod tlio second floor landing,
King drew a pistol and tired tbreo shots
in quick succession. The first struck tho
victim in the small of bis back, and must
have caused him to turn around facing his
murdorer, as tho fatal shot entered tho
right breast below the collar bone, about
two Inches from the median line. O'Neill
walked steadily into tho office of Mr.
Ouick. on the second floor, and sat down
ill at i-ihti. lr. and in about half an hour
It 1 alleged thai mug
.1 .. I l...tnl. Ta1..n.l.
a man III 1110 ollllUMiuii aimuiuo
ovoral years ago, and attempted tho lifo
of a respected citlzon of San Francisco at
a later date. Groups of man are con
gregated about tho vicinity of wllero tho
tragody took place, excited by discussing
tho frejuuncy of shooting affrays and as
sassination in this city. It is feared that
an attempt may bo made to drag King
from hi cell and deal summarelv with
Reported Especially for the llulletlii.
Nkw Yore. Nov. 18. l'2:lu p. M. Flour
dull. Wheal quiot and Arm at SI 44
1 SI- verv choicH it S2f7nl DS; red 1 tiU
n.V H.iil...r M Q'oGd TO. Corn quiet
at03jC4c. O-its steady nH51c. Mess
pork, nominal at $15 uU. Lard quiet but
stead v at 8Jc. Whiskey quiet and nomi
nal at 'JOJc. Oold 13c.
Nkw Orleans, Nov. 18. Arrived :
llee und barge, Ruby, City of Alton, Jas.
nowaru aim .houiu ..oc.
Mayflower, Throne. Mary Houston, It. O.
Yaeger and John Kyle.
Nkw Orleans, Nov. 18.-lUceipts :
Flour 10,320; corn 0,835; sucks outs l,V-0;
hogs 1,28; bran J.OHO; pork 1,418; bacon
510 casks, 14 boxes; 14J7& boxes hums,
218 tcs; lard 'J30 tcs, 1M3 kegs; vhiskey
GOO; cotton M,Wi. Flour dull, - i
good XXX Si" 2'"'i choice do $i &0(.i 8;
rlinlen exlr.l iS oOoYO 50. Com dllll lit
tiDi0:. Oats dull at 15c. Hay, choice
p.iren 5'ltffi30: iirimu fil&M. Uraii
dull II 05. Fork dull $10 50. Cotton
fair demand 18J; sterling 22c; sight
Civcinnati, Nov. 18. Flour S'Oi" 'JO.
Wheat quiet and linn; red i -ihi oo.
Corn nominal; old 4042c; new UKaJifa.
Oats nominal 2S,33l Cotton tlrm; nifd
dlmgs ISJo. Wliiskoy tlrm .0c. Pork
nominal; new $13 'J5. Hulk meats quiet;
shoulders 41c; clear rib ic; clear 7 J; all
loose 15 to 'JC days iu salt c more.
Packed bacon quiet; shuulders 5Jc;
clear sides 10c; clear lOJc.
Hogs quiet t3 io(;.4 05; rocoipt :i,io.
Lard tlrm; new steam i;c; kouio ijo,
Ciiiuoo, Nov. 18. Flour quiet.
Wheat activo $1 00J cash; SI 0J, 00J
December. No 1 nominal and none otlercu.
i'm oniut and stoady 3'Jc cash November;
long and short clear, December to Janu
ary 7gc. Lard firmer, No 1 to prime
steiim cS$c; Kettle 04c.
Nkw foRK, Nov. 18 Money stringent
7; coin percent per day, closing l-li'
per day; sterling heavy, limited demand
and Increased supplv. Prime long 8 J8J;
short 1010L Gold dull I3fil35, ulos
itie firmer with few sales at ? I-oans 1-10
to tint for lorrowing, with 1i per cent
for carrving. Clcarinns 52,000,00J.
Treasury "dlsbur'emcnts 22,000. Govern-
menu dull and tlrm. Stale bonds quiet
and steady. Stocks irregular. Cs of 81
17; fil! I'J'; 04 lf; 05 ll!j; ne- . H4; iw
l.-.J: f.a l.": 10-40s 83: cuirency !' 13
new 5j 9j; Missouri 6s 93.
St. Lot-is, Nov. 18. Arrived : Wnlti'
Keokuk; Lumfden, Cairo; Alice, Mls'ouri
river. Departed; City of Che-ter, Mem-
phis; Garrett, Ohio river. Ihe Uiiio is
railing Willi nvo ieei wilier w nui'.
Navigation north is about suspended for
the present, except for lowboats or extra
staunch steamers. The weather is clear
and cold. . .
Cincinnati, Nov. Is. llivor eigiu i.ei
tbreo inches and falling. Arrived: Mal-
lio Ragon, Cairo; Liberty io , M. Louis.
Departed. LIUertv -o 1 aim Ant-minny
Bello. Wlicclin-. " The R. R. Hudson U
oxpected from Wheeling.
Vickmiuro, Nov. IS. Down ; Pauline
Carroll, Belle Lee, Ouaehltta Belle, Min
neola and barge. Weather clear and
l'lTTsiitiu. Nov. 18. Mononganela j
feet o inches ,catit and receding slowly.
Arrived: Julia No. 2 and Belle crnon
lunar!..,! C.irriu Brooks. Wheelini:.
MruniiK Nov. 18. Weather clear and
i River falllnir slnwlv. Arrived:
Mary Rovd, White river; Tho?. Allen,
Little Ro'ck. Dcpsrted: Edinburg, New
Orleans Colossal, St. mollis, City or Mel
a .!. Kernov. Vicksburi:.
I .ru mVI I.I.K. 'Nov. 13.- -Falling with
4 feet 10 in tbe .-anal, - feet 10 in the chute
Weather clesr und cool but moderating,
1lti&1n4 ll.'Iit owini to thu horse disease.
Arrived: Nashville, Memphis; Charmer.
Evansville. Doparted : nslivuie ami
Charmer, Cincinnati. Tho report that
tho new locks ar.i finished is incorrect. It
Is expected the Parkor and Kilgour will
get through to-night but no moro for
n1r.li rtr ten duV.
Evansvili.k, Nov. 18. Weather clear
and cold, mercury 20 to 32. River has
fallen .' inchei. Port list down: Raven
and barcos, 10 p.m.; Palestine, midnight;
Evansville. 3 a.m. Vyn Arkansas Belle,
10 p.m; Favette, 0 a.m.; Morning Star,
10; Bowling'Greon, fi p.m ; Mary Anient,
5 p.m. Boats all havo moderate trips, and
bu'inr ss is light.
Namivii.i.k, Nov. 18.-Rivor falling
very slowlev, with li inches on Harpeth
shoals. Weather clear and moderating.
W. P. IIALLIDAY, PrealJeal:
HBNHT I.. UALI.IIlAY, Vic.-l'rr.U.at
A. h.MAKKOltl). Cuhler;
WALTER IIYMl.OI'. A.slsUul Cutiitr,
rti.u rttua. Kuttar II. Crasnsjutu,
llisat L. H4LL1&1T, W. P. ilimu.l,
titi. i WilLitMtus, HrrrHix hiaf
A. H. Htrroav,
Karhants, 'oln tut. Uttltmt ntalas
Honda llniichl lnrt Nolil.
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
futli-. Itoaalsi. UinUii,
iad lb cslabtaltd illumtaailaa
BROsei' t CILD1N" , CCP ilTB tT. OOM
EPOH1TS rrl?4, aad
a snrsl IxdIcIdk
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
OANIKL, HURIt, "rs.l.tsoti
KOBEKT. 411. .51. ft .m. Pf .i l-oi
O. N. HDIllIK'y. Cs.iler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M.vDK.
EXCIIANOE, cola, bank Bote aad UaiUd
Htatea treurllt bought and aold,
ltsltral AIIowmI on 11ms ltinH.
B I 111 I I "
Pah!, KTrtAti P. itS&SSS&VSi
to which the assombly Is divided, held cl)mi,or; 22jc January. Kyo imiet, firm,
eetings hore last night, to sum up tho otlerings light and saleable at 5.
. . ., . 1. ..i .i,.i .,, ,.r n,irlv sirnnuer. irood enuuiry, o l
WsslUNfiTON, Nov. IS Tho barometer
will fall In tho Northwest and thevco to
Indiana and Michigan with northwesterly
winds, cloudy weather and occasional
licht snow to-morrow, rrom the Ohio
valley to the gulf coast falling barometer
to-morrow, with cloudy weatner aim
southwesterly winds, ve-ring to northwest.
On thu lower lakes clearing und partly
cloudy weathor and southwesterly winds
oxtonilinir with Increasing cloudiness in
tho New England and Middle states. In
tho South Atlantic states northerly to east
erly winds and partly cloudy weather.
WINBS AND 1.IM.OUHSJ.
HHOLMAIK Al afT.ll- Va.dtH IM
1 WINKS AND LIQUOKiS I
And proprietor of nev' amt speudld
No."r OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keep constantly on hand the choicest of
Wlnea and Llipiors, which U will acll at the
very lowest nnurea. v-au auu v&uiumic.
D K T (IOOBI,
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
LA IU1 K STUCK.
KIMTUCKT JKAlT, FXTRA,
! AHO K STOCK OF OARI-NTINO
M la BatSlr NssMk
VERY LOW VIGUKKS.
CORNKRbTU ST. AND COMyRRCIAL-AT
R. SMYTH & CO.
OU 10 LKYEB
NKW YORK STORK,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN TBI CUT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Coravr at mtetitk aSrsal aaal Vm
1 . r
ki coBslanlly ou hanj a most c-o-plcta
evonts of the past week, and dccido u on
their future policy. Tho Monarchist con
fess thoy havo been defoato.1 and will se
euro an honorable retreat by giving their
support to tho Conservative Republicans.
All the Conservative elements havo beun
united iu favor of a motion which will be
Hurley slronuer. u'ood enuuiry, No 2 03QT;
C4c; No a OOc. Pork quiot and nominal,
now $13; old 15 spot; $12 26 December.
Lard steady, and in fairdomand sales 7 jo
cash January; 7c March. S P hams
ouiet and nominal, 9j10ic Orcon
meals quiet and nominally unchanged;
liama 7io773u nresent dollvery; 73o Do-
cemboi- and January 16 days average;
I introduced tills week by Deputy Chengar- other green meals held prvlous l'jii "J;
r , 1 , . . a. , drvsa ted nominal. Now meats lK.i.idnys
;vier, condemning Oambelta apeecb at "j... .houldors nominal, e; long
a I Tours. dear Ujcj short ribs CifJOgc. Whiskey
TIIIKR'h DONATION TO Till: RONTON KUNH-
Paris, Nov. 18. President Thiers has
contributed 100,000 francs, about S'.'.OOO,
for tho relief of tho sufferer by the lire in
Boston, United btates.
Mr. Balloyfono of the ipoakor at tho
Fenian amnesty demonstration at Hyde
park, on Suuday, the lOlli inst., was tlued
NEW LIVERY STABLE
UKTWKXN VTASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. 11. K. Klolds Informs tn I'Ul'H" that h lies
L I V K i' T A tt L K,
AND IRISU WUIBKIE
- I N S.-
tort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba 'W ino
RJMYTH CO. sell excluslfely for cash, Hi
. wliieh fa:l thev lnlle III epll attu.
tioa ( eloi tmraalu tuyr.
1 L ITT LE JNTUCKl AN t
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and btb atreet,
F. M . 8TO0KFLKT11,
Dcetuoa o roan iTocarLata
RMtiryrr .nit WboltMle DeaaUr Its
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Ltu,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS,
tine new DIulngMlaU wltU'every con-
enlence has been added to thla popular
Restaurant, and tlio guekta will Un I ever)'
vcqnlsite lor their accomodation.,
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every Bilbatantlal aud delicacy or
is supplied With the
i CHOICEST LIQUOUS.WINES & CIGARS
ftft Whlaal.a, f reach BraadU. Hoi laud Og 1 lmu
Rhine ami llallfnrnla Wln
on the norlhwott ido of Teuth slro.1 as nuie
Ilit Hl'.We. will l' fuinl-lied wilh liuun but the I -gjCHA.lSTT 'TJi.XXOR
......I., .. r,.l aulnul.lll fit fitlfi.
Br. Louia, Nov, 18. Flour llrnior and
1, ,,,!. Wheat htc-hor. No 'i spring
10. Not! fall tl 4fi: ouick held hlithor;
No i do oiic; no no noc. lyori. unu,
3U:V2o track. Oat oasler, 25o ware
house. Ryo unchanged. Harloy quiot,
primo spring 660. Whiskey tlrm, OOo.
...i- irwnr. new il3: old nominal SI4i
drv salt quiet; imall cash lots; shoulder
4jc; clear rib 7c; clear 7l7io; bacon
AND GOOD VEUICLES.
and tbe public may be accommodated at all
hour of tho day and night with safe teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Field aska a aliare ol I'MV"
ami will endeavor to merit It by fair deaiunf
aud strict atteutlou to bustuess.
No. 104 COMJIERf-''1- Avenue,
j-.MIxed drinka prepared with car.
iin, wreiuh and Sooth casslmerea all
. .I1' ttriand Hread-cloth, constantly
hand, V111I a" WaA rranteu;
SALOON AND HBADINU UOOMS
IJoroer 7th uree: d WI.NTKll'(i ULOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Iu all It branche alto carried ou
HM-Ouid r ' ' s '', '
ryThe best brands of Clean,
wTum, l.Wuura,ic, always on band