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OFFICE, BTTIiIiBTIlfr SX"XX.3DI3NTa-, CODES. 12TH STEEET "W.SI-IIlTGI'OiT AVENUE.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
IMPORTANT BUSINESS UK
MAND8 A SPRING SESSION
thai In Alabama, In nrroUlne; Democratic
tnotnboMof the legislature for nti alleged
violation of the election law and carrying
them to Mobile to prevent n quorum of
the UgUlature, li tovercly condemned by
tho administration as unwiie, unneciiiary
1 And purhapi Illegal. If the account of tho
' alTHlr at telegraphed North I correct,
the marthal who tnadu tho urrctU will ru
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASIIINGTON-AV.
first of January, 187!l, thus completing ,
ttiu urand thnroui'hfaie. Now York to I
' Ualvciton, v!n St. Louis.
cm Kir or tiik uiikkokkks.
Toi-kka, Kx., Nov. I'J. Mr. I'. Ross
has been oloctcd chief of tho Cherokco na
tlon of Indiana, in place of Lowi Down
Dlipatcho from tho end of tho Atclil
ceive a iovoro reprimand, II nut the
greater punlihtnent of boing dUmUiod ( ion, Topeka and Santa r'u railro.id, on tho
from office. Such li tho expressed vluw of . western line of the State, ay buffaloes arc
Attorney General William.
so thick thu car cannot bu run with safety,
They roam along tho track In hundred
and thousand, making their wjy south.
INTERNAL REVENUE ASSES
SOUS TO BB DISPENSED
PRESIDENT GRANT WILL RE
HE REFUSES TO SEND T HOOPS TO
PERMANENT GERMAN EX
PLORATION COMM ISSION.
PACIFIC RAILROAD ROND
ILLINOIS I' KM ALE COLLEGE
SENATOR ULAIR RECOVERING.
Reported Especially for the Itulletin.
TAKES TUOUSA.Mf MLI.1 IOH COMlHKss.
St. LoU in, Nov. 10. Tho Democrat's
Washington special says : The home will
meet with nearly three thousand bills on
iU flta, whilo the senate has Wit one
third ai many.
IXTLCINCK IN KAVOKOI- A M'UIXC. sKhlO.S.
Influence for a spring session of the forty-third
congress Is becoming plainly
manifested, and the Star of this evening
says it Is almost unavoidable, since noci-i-(try
business cannot possibly be t run 'acted
during the short session.
W1W TLAH KOR COLI.KOT1NO I NTKKNA L
A plan it now maturing in the internal
revenue otflce by which the system of col
lecting Internal revenne will be essentially
changed. It is contemplated to dispense
ntirely with assessors and substitute
therefor stamps to be sold, which would
I intrusted to collector, and ultimately
to mall number of officers specially ap
pointed lor this purpose. Commissioner
Douglass strongly favors a lystem thus
generally outlayed, and It will be early
brought to tbo attention of congress. The
saving in dispensing with assessors alone
would be over $0,000,000 annually.
TUB CIVIL-SERVICE MACHINERY.
Nw "York, Nov. 10. A Times Wash
ington dispatch says there aro indications
of a sharp attack in congre.s on the new
civil-service appointment machinery, and
adds that the election has rendered the
friends of the measuro stronger than ever,
and they have an advantage of an appeal
to the platform in which tbo party tri
umphed. PITCH COOI'SH KKDOKSCi THE I'KEMIlKNT.
Peter Cooper has addressed a congratu
latory letter to President Grant.Jand auks
for tho enforcement of the civil lervice
WELCOME TO AIiAM.
Charles Francis Adams was not present
at the meeting in Oiihcy, Mass., last
evening, called to espre satisfaction
with his recent deplomatic achievements,
and to give bim a welcome to his home.
The usual complimentary addresses and
resolutions were, however, made and
Senator Trumbull has written a letter
declining to continues chairman of the
Judiciary committee. Senator Edmund
of Vermont, will probably succeed him.
ALAIIAM A NKN'ATMI.
Tbo Tribune's Washington special says
that Senator Spencer will be re-elected
by the Alabama legislature
A WKO.NU IMI'KKUSIDK
Sr. Louis, Nov. 10. The Republican's
Washington epecial ay recent dispatchos
from Alabama conveyed a wrong impres
sion regarding the completion of tho low
er house of the legislature In that Stato.
It appears the Radical havo a small ma
jority In tho houo, and. will havo 23 or 30
majority on Joint ballot whon they go Into
an election for U. S. Senator on tho '.'Cth.
St. Louis, Nov. .10. Senator lllair,
. who hat been tick at hit houso hero for
Y-ruetime pact, and had a slight attack of
paralytlt in tho right log and arm on Satur
day latt, it much better to-day, and the
physician tays ho will toon bo woll again-
TUB PRESIDENT WILL KECOMMKN I UNI
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 11'. A Washington
special to tho Evening Post tays thoro is
good reaton for believing thut the presi
dent will In hi forthcoming mostagu re
commend congress to coin
of amnesty by making it unlvonal, and by
restoring those to citizenship who uro now
excluded by tho third section of tho four
teenth amendment. Such a courto bat
been urged' upon tho pretidont by tevoral
members of tbo cabinet, and one of them
it authority for sayiag that ho hat decided
so to do.
UE BEFl'BES TO 8KND TROOPS TO NEW
The U. 8. Marshall at New Orleans,
made application to the pretidont by tolo
grap, on Saturday last, for troop to aid
them In arrettlng certain portons who
were conspiring against the election laws,
and who inanlfettod their Intention to re
sist thojederal authorities. Theprotldent
promptly refutod to comply with tho re
quest, deeming such action unncccttary,
especially when there was no information
showing that the civil authorities wero
powerless to execute tho laws, and punish
those who attompt to v(oltu them.
LOSS It V
ANEW CHEROKEE CHIEF.
BUFFALOES HY THE THOUSANDS.
Itcportcd Especially for the Cairo Hulletln.
Nkw York, Nov. lis. Tho Herlin geo
graphical society has resolved to establish
a permanent German commission for the
M ASS ACHUSETTS LEG IS LA T U HE
lltjiioricd Especially for tin- Hulletln.
ILLINOIS FEMALE COLLKOK III'KNKIS.
Sr. Louie, Nov. 18. The Illinois fe
mulucollegu ut .luck. cm villi-, III, belong
ing to tho Ills. Conference Methodist
exploration of Central Africa, taking for I church, burned latt night. Loss on tbo
a basis the west coast from about five de-' building, about Ju0,000, insured for iior
greet north to six degrees south latitude, j 000. North Hritlsh $10,000, London,
on tho mouth of Congo river. Otln-rOer- j Liverpool and Globe $5,000, North Amer
niKii geographical societies and the sov- ica, of Philadelphia 3,OOo, Kliui 45,000,
eral German governments nre expected to i Hartford $3,000, Home New York $3,000.
co-operate by contributions. Prof. Dctnultec, president of the college,
.no nkw o the arizo.ma. ( lost about .'f,G0U on furniture, etc., which
Nothing yet heard from the 1'itclflc I was uninsured. There nru nbout sixty
mall steamship Arizonia, fourteen days I young ladies In college, nil of whom es
overdu". Tne company's officer profess ' capel and saved their wordrobes and
confidence that (he is struggling toward 1 books. The student are provided with
Shti Francisco under tail.
Discovery has been made of counterfeit
coupons upon the Pacific railroad bonds,
and Investigation is making to ascertain if
the bonds havo been counterfeited. A
Hroad street firm was deceived by tho excellence-
of the counterfeit coupons, and
paid them on presentation.
I. aco shawl valued at ten thousand
dollar;, belonging to Henry W. Kucker,
and found in a Duane itreet auction house,
were seized yesterday by the government
on the ground that they were smuggled
goods. Kucker hat been connected pre
viously with smuggling.
A registered letter continuing cut stone
valued at $30,030, was seized yesterday In
the po't-ollice. Proceedings have been
commenced in cuch eao to secure tho con
fiscation of goods and punishment of tho
POLICE MAKE ANOTHER RAID.
The police made u descent on the
Hroudway concert saloon not pulled on
Saturday night, and arrested the proprie
tor and inmates. A few others still remain.
comfortable quarter by the citizens. This
, is thy third timo the college has been
! burned in nlno years. Several persons
were severely injured wbilo endeavoring
, to save tho building.
LOSS HY VEsTKRUAVh HUE IN IIOsTON.
I HosTo.v, Nov. 10. The following aro
the losses by flro in State street block to
night, a near ns can be ascertained :
Carter, Mann & Co., No. 205 and 207,
j niUIV,aiU It'll! LVIICU UUU ctuvn
valued Ht about $35,000, sustained a partial
loss, being fully insured. Thu two upper
stories, occupied for toroage purposes, is
where the lire is nuppoed to havo origin
ated from a crato of crockrry stored there
from the burnt district. J. - W. Hird
occupied the three lower floors of Nos.
'J00 and 'Jll, paiuU and oils, loss not
asi-ertained. I). Webster, King it Co.,
manufacturers, had just moved into the
i fourth story, having been burnt out at the
I great fire, lost SI. 400; no insurance. Tho
j Boston Dye Wood and Chemical company
, ulso burned out by tho big lire, occupied
1 tho ilfm floor with a new 6tock,
which was badly dumaged by water.
' No insurance. D.inford, Scildder A: Co ,
I wholesale grocer occupied the floors of
"J01 mid 20U, tho stock wm badly dam-
a committee toiilow UP HUlLUINOs j uged by water; fully liitured. S. S. Pierce
Tho chamber of commerce has appointed U8ej t10 (ift, uoor fur etorugo of teas and
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tuiimiiuto ii ' 1UI.-...UIC3 )' ; c(iii(e!, wuicii were nauiy uamngeii iv
. ..I I I ..I.I. I I I . . . . ....
pointment of board engineers, with legal
power to tako possession and blow up
buildings during a general contlngrution.
THE COMING JEWS,
Arrangements will bo mndo this even
ing by tho Correllglonist for tho reception
of two thousand Jews, expected, soon in
thit country from Rcumania.
New York, Nov. 10. A report is in
circulation this morning that a vessel
with cholera on board arrived in port to
day, but no particular havo been received
and the report has not been confirmed.
Fourthousaud eight hundred and fifty
tlx emigrants arrived this wcuk. Total
pastyoar, 'i'ifiOV against 203,027 of the
About one hundred French Communists
hold a mooting last night, at A-lilch funds
wore subscribed for tho widows and or
phan of Communists who fell in tho Into
struggle in Fniuce. It was stated that
those widow and orphans wero eiitloring
terribly ut Paris and Helleville from cold
and hunger, Tho money subscribed will
bo forwarded to tho sulferors at once. It
was proposed to hold ti public meeting in
Cooper institute next month, and ask
Weudoll Phillips to preside.
TO 111: DISCONTINUE!!.
Vamiinoton, Nov. 10, Hy direction
of tho toctretary of treasury tho practice
f imnnmluini' transfer checks in thu re-
rdoton"oBwork I domptlon of old, defaood and mutilated
', , , , . 1 currency in sums of fifty dollar und up-
smoko and water: insured. lucre was
considerable excitement for sometime, and
largo crowds hastened to tho sceno of
file, but tho firemen and engines wero
promptly on hand und soon had every
thing their own way. Lines of the mili
tary und police wero thrown across the
itrects to keep back Iho crowd.
Ho.sTO.v, Nov. 19. A special session of
tho Massiiuhusetts legislature called In
colisccpiencu of tho Uoston tire, convened
to-day. Tho governor's message was
I brief. He expresses hope that thu legis
lation will bo confined to matters growing
out of the recent calamity, and suggests us
topic for consideration, the proposed loun
of credit from tho city to parties wishing
to rebuild, re-churturlng insurance com
panies, amendment of tho betterment act
und building l .ws. und thu payment of
soldiors called out to guard thu city. His
tuggcations aro generally in harmony
with tho recommendation of thu citizens.
curroncy in sums or ulty dollar und up.
ward forwarded by express to thu treas
ury of tho United Slate will bo dUcon
tinned Docombor 1, 1872. Thureaftor ru
turn for such remittances will bo tnadu
in all case by all expresses ut tho oxpuneo
of tho department in now legal tender
Iteporled Kspeclally for the Hulletln.
New York, Nov. 10. In tho couit of
oyer and terminer to-day, aftor considera
ble argumunU, Tweed's case wa set down
for next Tuesday.
COL. lIl.OOIl'.s CASE.
Justice Fowler has rendered n formal
nolo or fractional curroncy In such do- decision in thu case of Col. J. 11. Hloodon
nominations as owner may request, tho charge of having published 11 falso
Whon no requost is mado returns will bo
made in curroncy, tho sume kind a that ro
ceived. M. K. a. T. 11. H.
Parsons, Ks., Nov. 10. Dispathes
from Uonoral Managor R. S.Stevent, now
in Texas, convoy information that tho
Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad
track will reach Rodrivor to.morrow, and
Denison, Texa, during this month. Un
Saturday ho established tho depots mid
freight house of tho road ut Denison and
located the machine .hops, round houses,
etc., and two large hotels uro rapidly up.
preaching completion at thit town. The
The action of the United' States war- J Texas Ctmtrul road will reach Deultou by
and scandalous libel 011 Luther G. Chullls,
saying tho defondaut has utturly failed to
prove tho truth of tho charges contained
in tho obnoxious article, or of nny of them,
and ho order that ho bo huld in j!."),000
I STOKKs' TRIAL,
I New York, Nov. 10. In tho court of
!..... In . I.... I. II.., .lit
j oyer iinu leiiiiiuui vu-mi, unuu iiit.Mj
I set down tho second day of thu December
' term for thu trial of Stoke who shot Col.
Fik, Judgo Hrudy deniud tho motion of
tho counsel to compel tho district attorney
to furnish to Tweed list of tho ultiietae(
ou whoso testimony indictments wero
found ugaint him,
Toledo, O., Nov. 19. Tho epizootic
it still tproiidiiig here. The hack stands
aro deserted and tho street car Imvo
stopped running. Husinist bouse aro
substituting oxen a fast a they cun bo
procured. A meeting of citizen was held
to-night to laku measure for tho organiza
tion of volunteer lire companies to act In
cuiu of emergency. The force of the
department will bu Immediately Increased
by thu addition of 100 men.
Nashville, Nov. 10. Horse disease
has Increased with much rapidity to-day.
Thu hore of tho flro department have
been attacked, and n meeting of thu citi
zen I now in progress to organize com
panies of men to tako charge of the en
gines. Enrollment is pasting satisfacto
rily, there nil! bo volunteer enough to
manage thu engines. All kind of con
veyance nre required to supply private
citizens with coal and wood.
Statu bond dull. Neglicled stock dull
and weak. Sixes 8i Kij; '02 12; 04 12;
'Co 12; now '05 1 4 1; '07 loj; 'C8 !&; now
AsOJ; 10-10 SJ; currency 0 1!5; Misso.irl
New Orleans, Nov. 10. Corn declin
ed j mixed, C5c, whlto C8c. Hacon dull
and lower, nominally C0IIJl2c. Mo
luttes advanced 4c fair S.V'UoOc, priino
COfTfiOo, strictly prlmo 01(u,'ij'!c; other
unchanged. Sterling, 22 J; sight I dis
count. Gold SI I3J. Cotton Arm; sale
0,.'l00 good ordinnry at l'gc; low midlingi
lajo; mldllngs 10c; mldlingOrlenn 10c;
net receipts 6,840 bales; exports Liver
pool 3,004. Continent 3,307 ; stock 120,147
It Uf ruiil I'lilloribr IUtri
Pur hours tmlin at 1 p m, Nov I'J, IsTi
STOP AND HEAD!
(iOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
THE VOTE IN MAINE.
Auounta, Me., Nov. 10. The Kenebec
Journal hit's returns from thu entire stulu
with thu exception of twenty small low lit
and plantations, which glvo Grant u ma
jority of ill, 730. This it thu smallest vote
cast lor president Inco lB'JO uud Grants
vote is laoru than double that of Greeley.
, St. PjuI
i Fort Itcnloa...,
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; lut all's lllulT.
1 low 2
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ft In x
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low i s
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Uiuisville, .. 'l
4 Vlclsburx I
. .ohrcvc)rt . . i
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.New Orleans III
( Little Kock
tllelow hli;h uatcr.
lMO.MA-) L WATSON,
OUerirer Slg Ser. U S. A
Cincinnati, Nov. lo. River ti feet 3
inches and falling. Atrived: R. R.
Hudson, Wheeling; H. Probasco, Pitu
burg; Charmer, Kvatisville; Nashville,
Memphi. Departed: Hudson, Wheel
ing; Prohasco, Pittsburg.
Louihvillk, Nov. 10. River slowly
falling, with I feut 0 inches in thu canal,
'J feet 0 incdis in thu chute. Cloudy and
" ' , chilly, no business. Arrived E'peiiauzu,
New Orleanc, Nov. 19. Arrived . i J't- Louis ; Anna, Memphis. Departed
Commonwealth and Pevlona. Departed : i D. Parker, -Memphis ; John Kllgour,
D.jxter. Receipt, flour kiO; No. 2 corn Now Orleans; Anna, Cincinnati. Thu
0,183; oats 4,'JOO, buy 1,703; bran J7i; pork ! nuw locks will bo impassable- tor eight or
hi; Uacon hi casks ana 5 boxes; imnis 31
tierces; lurd 173 tierces and 303 kegs; amivili.e, -ov. iu. nivcr stationary
wlilskv 70; tobacco 'J; collon 41,630. io incue ou iiarputii suoais. ciouuy
Fiotir'dull; X ; XXX id 60; choicu ""J coIu wil!l indications of snow.
$7 oO(7i,S; choice uxlru tO 'JSO 60. Corn lEMPills, Nov. 10. Weather cloudy
Uull (joc; wlitlo osc. I'orK dull anil Uroop- I anu cool, lliver declininir. Depurted :
itig $10 60(10 60. Hucon dull 0J(Jj,1H(ii; lndit.ua, Tom Jasper, H. S. Turner, New
ljc. Hams Grin lOcTjj.Oc. Lard dull J Orleans; Lawrence, Cincinnati; Ltttlu
(i'Jc; ktgs 10J. Cotton Iltm Ster- Ruck, Arkantas river; Marv Uojd, Whilo
ling 22J; tight (it) discount. river.
New Yuiik, '.Nov. 1, TJ.li p.m. Flour , Evansville, lnd., Nov. 10. Weather
steady. Wheat quiet but firm $1 YJ, cloudy and cold, 3'to40; wind from cast
I 63; cboicu huld at tl CO; red winter $1- with signs of snow. River fallen 0 Inches.
Cl!(il 0J; umber do 1 Os(,l 73. Corn Down: 11. Hurd 7p tn; Lurascon 4 pin;
firmur tJSjfiOlc. Oats firmer, nominally Mary Anient 7 p m. Up: Nick Long
60,64c. Keoeipts: Flour 1,00(5; wheat 40,- world 8 p m; Idlewild 7 a m; Potomac
OOo; corn 60,000; Oals 10,000. Mess pork nnd Fayette, Hornet and barges noon,
nominal $15 Vj. Lrd steady blc. Husiness light.
Whiskey nominal OJjc. Sr. Louis, Nov. 10. Arrived : St.
CulC.vao, Nov. 10 Flour quiet, holders I Joseph, St. Luke und Hello of Pike from
firm. Wheat irregular uud unsettled, J .Memphis; LuUarge, Vicksburt;. De-
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and OHNAMM A I
(1RAIXING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every ntyle, plain and ornuinniial.
Particular attention paid to Ulatt (llldluu
Orders) tollclted Tor ficecery, Frescoo unC
. FANCY GLASS dllCW CARDfc
The undersigned uould respectfully in Gilt, plain and ornamental. All wolk I .
form tbo public that they havo fitted their XI'SSri ifoSllsV'."
now toro houso on Eichth ttreet with the I '"iiimeraai at rime ami biKntli treel.
finest and best assorted stock of j
general merchandise ever before brought i
to this market, and In ordur
to sccurn a largo portion of thu patrofiagu '
of tho public, ; WALL PAPER. PAINTH.
WJS AKK UKTKK.MLNKD TO SELL'
A ilace where joii call buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A ijl'ARTEIt
l'ARKKR H RLAKK,
i OC'l cash December; $1 10 Juuuurv,
No 1 scarce, $1 10 bid. Corn firm and
moderately active, 33c cab; 31 Decem
ber. Oals firm and in fair demand, 'J3(
i3jc cash; 'J3jc December; '-'4(yH Janu
urv. Ryu strong uud higher; scarcely nnv
otloiitig; salcutilu 66c. Uarley irregular,
.Nu '1 OtGVc; .No 3 o'.'Oi j4c. l'ork quiet;
no tales; ill! bid luiures; nominally
413 lieu; $16 old spot. Lard firmer and
nominal, 7'c cash December; !c March. I hit nlid harues. L'l
P hams quiet und noniinally unchanged. 11. C. Vaeger, Penluah, Join
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i,,ei...i e,tuut, iiuiu u V iiiv, iuus
hitkey quiet, held aOc.
UINcipnati, ov. 10. f lour tteaily at
$7(i7 '.'0. Wheat quiet and firm," red
1 4 (Oil SO. Corn quiet, old 40(7i JJe:
new J7Qi3!ic. Oats quiet tt i!7(i,.J3c.
Cotton lirm, middling lbjo Whiskey
firm at bOc. Pork quiet "513 26 ,pot;
$111 75 December, bu.k meats quiet and
firm; shoulders Me; clear rib 7c; clear 7Jc;
all looso bacon quiet and firm; shoulders
Ggcforold; new clear rib 10c; clear lojc:
llogs steady, fair to extra $1; some sales
butcher "l 06f7i,t 07J. Receipts 7.0C0;
for Saturday uud Sunday not previously
included 3,860. Lard quiet and lirm,
steam 7 J(JVl7 gc; kettle 7jQi7fc.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. Hour firmer.
Wheat quiet, .No 2 spring $1 13; No 3 fall
itHgOOe. Corn unchanged HUrTiS-Jo on
truck. Oats quiet 25c. Rye nothing doing
Harley better for high grades $ OeQ.l 06
choicu to fancy spring. Whisky steady
70c. Pork quiet; nuw $13; dry salt good
demand lM7(y"lc. Hacon, only small
ordur trade. Lurll unchanged.
Sr. LoLls, Nov. 10. Flour unchauged.
Wheat unchanged ; No. 3 red fall, $) l(
I 0; No. 2, 1 7&(fi)l 78 Corn dull ; No.
1 mixed, 33J034c; No - whitemixed. 40
(.lojc. Outs dull and unchanged ; No. -liaid
lo sell at 25c. Harley, choice and
fancy, In demand, und firm at 00i(Ji;l;
other grudes dull and unchanged. Ke
oll'erings light; No. 2 delivered, 01c.
Pork steady and quiet; new, $13(i)13 26.
Dry sail meat in cood demand for English
market, but no sales; shoulders, 4J(n'tJc;
clear rib, 7(j)7o ; clear sides, 7 be Hit
con in good demand; shoulders, OlOc ;
clear sides, HUl0iJc. Lard unchauged :
prime steam, 7i(i75c. Highwines steady
at 00c. Cuttlo unchanged , fair nnd prime
3(.60; choicu and extrn, S&(7 0. Hogs
brisk at $3 00(ii)3 B0 for packurs lots; re
Chicauo, Nov. 18. Flour lirm. Wheat
active, advanced, houyaut und unsettled.
No 1 spring $1 18; No 2 SI CO spot;
$ 1 08 Dccumber; No 3 O70iO8c. Corn ac
It vo and advanced. No 2 mixed 3'JJ(ii)33c;
pot 31J,31Jc. Outs aclivo ni.J ad
vanced. 'o - 23(?23c. Ryu scarce,
firm and higher. No 2 66c. Hurley active
and advanced. No l full Obc. Provisions
firm and fair demand, mess pork SKIspot;
$12 37J(m)12 60 Ducembo. Lurd iu good
demand 7Ac7e. Meats, green and dry
salted quiet, not quotably chatigod.
Whiskey vory quiet at 89c.
New Youk, Nov. 10. Flour little moro
active and it shade firmer, super western
$5 8(Xg,il 20; common to good 7(2)7 35; i
whltu wheat X $7 768 06. Whlskuy
unsettled and lower, O&fd'Jtlc.
huld highor, No 3 spring $1 4l(u) 43; No
parted: Legal Tender, Vicksburg; L'tab,
Memphis. River fulling. Weather cold
PiTTfiiiuno, Nov. 10. Monongahcla
four feet strong, receding slowly. Jtini
ati loading for Cincinnati; Ironsides for
New Orleans; Messenger for St. Louis,
.'inesvillu arrived. Weather cold.
VicKsuuiiu, Nov. 10. Down: Stum
linii and barges, Lu Hello, Natchez, Wur-
barge. uather clear and cool. Hiver
New ORLEANf, Nov. 10 Arrived:
l'uytonia and barges, tvansville. 1 Im
parled : City of Altor, St. Louis; Ty
rone, Memphis. We .ther clear und cool,
white frost this morning.
Wamunoton, 1). C, Nov. 10. Over
northwest and tipper lakes and thenco to
thu Ohio valley. Northerly to westerly
windt, occasional snow and cold, partly
cloudy and clearing weather. Iu the
Gulf "status, following tho barumetur, thu
winds becoming westerly to northerly.
Colder and cloudy weutherund light rains
ir. South Atlantic states. Southwesterly
winds, veering to-morrow to northwest
erly with partly cloudy weather. On lower
lakes, tbeucu over thu middle und eastern
flutes. Southeasterly to nowthcasterly
winds. Cloudy woxllier und occasionally
hells of snow and ruin.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is nianuiactur
ing Hoots 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 arc
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tho public. lu.,5.d ;iIn.
$SYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Duranfs
A Cofteo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Host
three and ono-half libs. Priino
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
AVheat , a half per pound ; Best Gun-
llUlll IllllUi , AS, I u iilUK p .(.'O su i 1 tiy r T M 1
joiii mioJ si ni 4S; white western , powder lea, One Dollar and
$1 70. Ryu qulut, westurn In etoro 81c. ; , .
ANY OTHER EST A H
L1SHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our ttock it entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trado of thit locality, nnd contistt
of Ladies. Oentt nnd Children's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS &c CAPS.
And all other article to be found in a
first class dry good and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress good, shawls and
cloaks, which department is eomplelu In
all its details. Our stock oT
Is tho largest in the city, and wo are en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlemen' Clothing, Hoot and
Shoes, Hats, Cap, und furnishing good
ttu aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at pri- defying competition. Aa
it is to the interest of every ono to buy
where goods arc cheapest and best
v.o cordially in vile thu public
to cull and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located an tho east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
131, TXMTU BTRXVT,
Utsora. Haab. Btlttdm HonldlBia,
Knve (Jailer, (wood) Window and Uoor
Franca, Flooiiar, Latb,
SilnKle. Ulaard Naats, Ulaaod Nldr
l.lBhta, UlHaed Trininm,
Naals WelirhU, Null Polllra and Oonls
Blind rnalealttira, IKmjbuk
rait, UooMuk !, VlaalrrlaK
fapcr, (Jttrpct felt. Wblte
Lead, Uaaad Oil, Auierlraa Window
tllaaa, Eacllab aadl'rrncb
Flalc Ulaaa, rutty, U'aaler'a FoiuU
Newer PI pea Patent Cbltuaejra,
Harlov firm and fairly active, common
stale 80c; westeru 00c. Corn higher and
less activo, steumor mixed GlifaOSjc; tail
(UfOUii. Outs activo and higher, old'
westorn mixed o'J55c; black western 18
(iiOc. Coll'ee firm, rlo lD(a)181c. Sugar
lfrm, refining 03(V?)l0c. Mola'stcs dull.
Pork lower, $lolU; priino mest $16.
Hoof quiet und steady, mess $4(77,8 So to
$8 60(ii)IO. Meat quiol; bellle til(a;8Jc;
middles dull und unchanged, long clear
November Bo. Lard firm, No ljto prlmo
Btcuin 8J8jc; kottlo 8Jc-
New iohk, Nov. 10. Money stringent
nnd loaning ut from 7 gold to j, Willi it
largo portion of tho business at 1-04,
MulCAMtilu paper quoted I 'J15 per cent.
Sterling huavy nnd lower, doting f4j
for sixty days, and 0J and 10 for sight;
gold morn active, fluctuating botwoen 13J
13S; loans from 1-04 for uo to 7 por
cunt, for cujying. Clearing $40,000,000.
Government disbursements $135,000.
Governments dull and fraction lower.
Seventy-live Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r, li HKXVUHU, . Proprletor
Cou. Ohio Levee & Second St.
tWIIuir.raitn niintrAVOll til ml from
1 " w
AOKNTH lor lloelt-Klset Prr Compinj''
bhrathlos Fell and Quart Gomoot
il. W Joliu1 IinproTed Koolln lwr(n
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
.Muuufiicturer of and Dealers lu
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LUMBE IR, .
Having the sole rltiht iu this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the bent Patent Kiln extant, wo are espe
cially prepared to furnish at all timer, ou
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED I.UMHER.
Attention I called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of the city
Order received at the office of
HAFFOHD, MORRIS 4 OANDEK,
at that of the company,
street and Ohio levee -
.renter of Sttli
Putty, Boualar, IJaaolla,
Anil th c-ll.rBt. iiiurmallaic
IlllOss't Utf.DlNn CCP ilTH ST. COM
AV'E GIRARDEAU AND ILLu.
Commcroial-av., Foot of Elevonth-et.
Uett quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for tale at the
vorv lcvett fliruroi for cash.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
KOR LADIES, MEN aNO CHILDREN,
Eioiitii St., Ht. Com. & Wash.,
Ha Just opened a new and ityllsh ettab-
I ulitiwKit Alllv 1.. . ha tlmaa .n IhI..
.r..M.V... ..... .V ...V ...MID, .UU
old custoiucni aud new, ladle, children and
ait, io iavnr mm uu ineir paironige.
t3TAll work done In the Latent Style.
! ST. NICHOLAS
JENNY LIND TABLES
HAHRY WALKER & CO Prop'r.
This house is newly ntteU up with two
And two tine
Thu saloon I stocked with the Best
ure compounded In the most approved style
EJrCome and tec lor yourself. They keep
ou baud a Hue ttock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND UOL
aru spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are Invllcd to partici
pate free of cnarfe. d8
FRED ROSE rr
No. 104 Commercial Avuwur,
Holh French and Scolh ea.liuere alt
colors, Heaver and Hrcad-iloih coiutautly
on Uaud, and all goods win raulcd.
lu all Its brauchei also carried on
kt) IU bW A" Cls of worklrf v
l.r,lllur s, jkuuk o, oiu vtiko i -woQ.jr
at aarfc f r u In llivir tr urnim-tunr all, II
1 1 in.. llin at mjunnt tlr, HmtieuUt i(M
.UdrM U. 8llao Co., l orlluJ, Maum,