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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1872.
CAMERON AND COMPANY
BOUT WELL TO BE SUCCEEDED
BY HIS ASSISTANT.
SUSAN B. ANTHONY WANTS
GOV. WARMOTH SIGN'S THE
WASHBURN IS NOT A CANDI
DATE FOR THE
TWO GOVERNOR! ELECTED IN
COL. FORNEY SUED FOR LIBKL.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin, 1
St. Louis, Nov. ill. A special to tlio
Democrat says tho Fonnsylvanians who
went to the while house last week to ob
tain the appointment ot Mr. Trueman, a
postmaster of Philadelphia, are gruatly
annotcd at the comments of thepreu, and
are Hill attempting to break tho force of
their utter discomfiture, by corrections
.j.uiali. Tbl5 morning the following
e'.aWment appears as their version ot the
affair. The delegation limply naked that
In cuio Gen. Grant Intented to make an
appointment without regard to civil-ter-vice
rule?, he would give the otllce to u
certain gentleman, who bad done good
party service in the late campaign. The
fact if, that the spokesman of the delega
tion asked the president in just 10 many
words, to ignore civil-service rules, and
went futher and informed blm that in tbo
opinion of the voters of Philadelphia, they
did not care for these rules.
Representative Kelly of Philadelphia,
lebairman of tho home committee on civil-
Iservice rules, called on the presidont to-
day, and expressed hi hearty approval of
the course the president had taken In re
gard to the postmaster.
The committee on appropriation to-day,
about finished all main features of the
Indian bill. It will call for 200,000 or
1300,000 leas than last year. Tho appro
priation bills will bo ready to report to
the bouse tho flr.t working day of tbo
REPEAL K ECO UM ENDED.
Washington, Nov. 21. The comp
troller of currency, it is stated, will re
commend tho repeal of tho law requiring
blrculation to bo withdrawn to the amount
if $25,000,000 in states having an excess,
ind its redistribution in states having a
leflciencv. Also tbo continuance of tbo
, .-uixix. of revenues without any
It is believed, according to (mother
Washington special, that Assistant Secro-
Iary Richardson will succeed Boutwell in
he treasury, but will remain only long
Inougb in the olllco to enable, the prcsi-
lent to choose n permanent secretary.
New OnAEAN., Nov. 21. Tho Judicial
fflcers of tbo parish, of Orleans olectod
iJovembor 4, have been commissioned by
llov. Warmoth. The now judges of the
I'irst, Second, Third, Seventh end Eighth
Iislrict courts were Inducted Into otllce
lis morning. Dibble of tho Eighth, be-
I: g tho only ono of tho out-going judges
ho objeoted, a skirmish of woids ensued,
lllbblo threatening to call for United
tales troops to uid bim. Judgo Klmoro
aen proceeded with such cases as wero
leforo the court. Lato in the day Dlbblo
Ieturnod and shook bunds with Judgo El
lore, stating that he (Dibble) would glvo
lim no further troublo until tbo supreme
tourt of the stato passed upon tbo matter,
'bo now judges of the Fifth and Sixth
laurts will tako their Beats next Monday,
ly agreement with tho present incum-
lents. Gov. Warmoth bus issued n proem-
Iiation for a ten days' session of tl.o now
tgisiaturo, to comineuco on tbo 9tb of De-jmber.
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 21. Tho sug-
lestlon of the namo of ox-Sonator John
r, Henderson for secretary of treasury in
Itou. Grant a cabinet moots the universal
Ippiobatiou of tho business mon hero.
.11 tbo loading Republican politicians
hartlly favor his appointment,
LOUISIANA ELECTION LAW.
NKW Orleans, Nov. 21. Tho election
w nassed the last legislature, during
r . ... .
uo last uiiys or the session, was to-ciny
ligned by Gov. Warmoth, It abolishes
lbs returning board ai at present const!
htod, and will in effect, end all returning
loard contosts. Tho election roturns will
lo gent to tho secretary of tbo state, and
lie eovornor; will promulgate tbo re-
I alt at governor of the state. This will
robably checkmate tbo governor's pollt-
New York, Nov. 21. Senator Harlan's
I Jhronlcle' denies that there li to be any
change intlho president's Southern policy.
The ground is taken that -such action
would amount to n confession that the
policy of the president in the past toward
that section was unjust and unfair.
NOT A CANDIDATE.
Chicago, Nov. 21. A Mad'non, Wis.,
special says B. D. Washburnc, United
States minister lo France, who Is now in
Madison visiting his brother, Gov. Wash
burn e, declaims being a candidate for
United States senator, a cabinet office, or
any other position. Ho proposes, after
short visit to Madison, to spend a few days
in Chicago, thence to Now York to sail in
December for bis post of duty at Paris.
Washington, Nov. 21. Tho committee
on appropriations having perlected tbo
Indian appropriation bill, proceeded to
day to tho preparation of legislative, ex
ecutive and judicial appropriation bills.
There are fourteen general appropriation
bills to be reported to tbo house, flvo of
which will bo ready by the meotlug of
congress. Not more than one-half of the
official estimates have bcon submitted to
tbo committee. This delay operates
against the committee's progress.
sued ron LIHEL.
Colonel W. Penn, clerk for Allan Ruth
erford, third auditor, has entered suit in
tho circuit court of tbis district against J.
W. Forney, laving bis damages at $10,000,
The president devotes several hours ev
ery morning to tho preparation of bis
message, and receives guests for a limited
timo. The message will not bo printed
in advance of iu transmission to congtesi,
but at heretofore manuscript copies will
bo furnished to representatives of the press
at the oxecutivo mansion nbout tbo timo
the president's secretary shall have reached
the capitol with the official document.
Little Rock, Nov. 21. Reform Re
publican Campaign committee Issued an
address congratulating the people on tho
eloctlon of Brooks as governor. Tbo
Republicans claim the election of Baxter
and tho entiro state ticket by majorities
ranging from 3 to 500. Prospects are
that both will bo Inaugurated.
TO LEAVE roll Ills POST.
Washinoton, Nov. 21. Col. Dudley,
new superintendent of Indian u flairs for
New Mexico, will leave here next week
for his post.
SUSAN II. ANTHONY
Will be a candidate for the Rochester, New
York, post-office. Her recent arrest for
voting is to be made a test cue
THE RESIGNATION OF THIERS
IS NOT CONFIRMED.
TRIAL BY JURY RILL PASSES
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
THIERS HESIONATION NOT CONFIRMED.
London, Nov. 21. This morning a dis
patch has been received hero from New
Ycrk, announcing tho report current
thero of tbo resignation of Thiers and of
other changes in the government of France.
The report is lalse up to this time, there
has not beon oven a rumor of tbo resigna
tion of Thiers.
Beklin, Nov. 21. Gen. Brice, special
envoy from the Republic of Uayti, arrived
in tbis city to open diplomatic relations
with Germany. Ho Intends to lay befoio
tbo government explanations of tbe delay
in tbo payment of German demands and
remonstranco against the arbitrary action
of Germany at Cowett and Port au
Berlin, Nov. 21. The ecclesiastical
rights bill prohibiting the issuo of decrees
of excommunication has beon submitted
to diet. It declares that uny clorgyman
who shall by name, throaton with punish
ment or decrco or proclaim as punishable,
a subject of Prussia, shall bo liablo to
a fine of live thousand tbalers or two
years' imprisonment, and bo ineligible to
otiico for a torm of five years.
Paris, Nov. 21. At the meeting of
deputies ot tho left centre to-day tbo com
mittee, which had beon appointed to draw
up a platform of policy, made their re
port. Thoy recommend to the support of
tho party in the assembly tho following
moasurosi Tho appointment of a parlia
mentary committee of thirty to dollberato
upon, and report to tho assembly, organic
laws best tltted to insure tho working of
tho legal government of the ropubllc ; tbo
prolongation of Presdicnt Thiers' term of
office four years ; tho nomination of a vico
president; tbo creation of, n second
chamber; tbo partial or complcto renewal
of assembly ministerial responsibility and
genoral harmony of ropubllcnn institu
tions. Tho report was unanimously up
provod. The members of the oxtromo
loft endorio tho declaration of Garabetta
that the dissolution of tho national as
sembly is tho solo remedy for the present
London, Nov. 21, Field iuaraball, Sir
Win. Maynard Gonlln, was Installed to
day as constable of tho town of London.
Verbaills, Nov. 2X In the assembly
this afternoon, tho trial by jury bill was
passed by a voto ot 401 to 178.
Rome, Not. 21. A bill for suppressing
tbe religious processions has been intro
duced In the chamber of deputies,
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
STANLEY TO BE BANQUETTED
BY THE. LOTUS
PLYMOUTH CUUIICH WILL
TAKE NO PART IN THE
THE STEAMSHIP ARIZONA
GENERAL MANAGER OF THE AT
LANTIC AND GREAT
TUB "WOMAN SUFFRAGE CONVENTION.
THEY LOOK TO THE REPUBLI
CAN PARTY FOR THEIR
JUDGE LUCAS OF MISSOURI IN
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
STANLEY TO II E U A.S'QU KTT ED.
New York, Nov. 21. Mr. Stanley will
have bis Urst reception in America, at tbe
Lotus club, on Friday ove.
A distinguished assemblago met ut tbo
St. Jamoi hotel last night, to further ob
jects of tho industrial exposition in New
York. General Dix, president of tbe or
ganization, it is stated tbe ground to bo
purchased for tbo proposed edlflcois in the
best location in New York, at u cost of
NEWS T ROM THE ARIZONA.
N ew York, Nov. 21. Tbo Pacific mall
steamship company announces tbo receipt
of a dlfpatch from San Diego, stating that
the Constitution passed yesterday with tho
missing steamer Arizona in tow, and that
they may bo expected at Sanfruncisco on
WANT TO HE ANNEXED.
New York, Nov. 21. The Commer
cial Advortiter has information that the
colonists of British and North America,
are preparing to hold a mass meeting In
favor of annexation to the U. S. Thero
are said to bo ten organizations in the do
minion whose sole aim is annexation.
Philadelphia, Nov. 21. Tho Presby
terians are celebrating tbo centenniary of
Prcibytcrianism at Penn Squaro church,
Which Is appropriately decorated. Tho
memorial nddress was delivered by Rev.
S. J. Wilson. Historical papers wero
read at the afternoon session.
New York, Nov. 21 National board
of fire Underwriters, met in Underwri
ters' hall. Delegations wero present from
all leading insurance companies in tbe
country. Thomas H. Montgomery, gen
eral agent of the board, said since bis ap
pointment six months ago, ho bad orga
nized 690 local boards and rated 1,442
different localities present. Exegcncy
required an advance of ratoand standard
rule of tariff. He said not only framed
mansard roofs would attract deliberations
of session, but several qualities of granite,
have to be cuticiscd. Ho also intimated
it might be advisable to placo a practical
ly prohibitory on framed mansard roofs.
The sossson probably will last 2 or 3 days.
St. Louis, Nov. 21. Judge Dillon of
tbe U. S. circuit court, left Jefferson City
for Topeka, Kas., last night. Tho Demo
crat's jpocial says: "The decision of
tbe supreme court confirming tbe title of
Joy to tho lands purchased of tho Cher
okee Indians, affects about 1,000,000 acres
of lund purchased by other parties. It is
understood that lands purchased by Joy,
are about 000,000 acres. A movement for
the colonization of somo of these lands
will begin immediately, and several of tbe
parties interested will send agents to Eu
rope beforo tho end of tbo year."
PLYMOUTH TAKES NO PART.
A leading member of Plymouth church
publishes tho announcement that no ono
connected with that church has taken any
part in tho proceedings against Woodhull
and Clatlin, and will not do so for tbo
present. It is privately intimated thut
affidavits of all slandered parties have
boon mado and will be ready when
New York, Nov. !!. Geo. A. Peavy,
a merchant of Louisvillo, is missing since
Thursday last. His brother is hero look
ing for him, assisted by dotectives. Ho
was known to liavo carried large sums of
money. Thero is apprehension that Peavy
has beou murdored.
Tho Times upon tho authority of Wat
son, president of tho Erie railroud, says
H. F. Sweotzor. manager of tho Atlantic
and Great Western railroad, has resigned
and paid over soveuty-fivo thousand dol
lars to Gen. McClollan, presidont, who had
detected him in connivanco with rctidonts
along tho line of tbo road appropriating a
portion of tho company's receipts. Tho
friends of Swoetzcr deny his guilt. Tho
socrotary of tho Great Western road is nt
Mcadville making full investigation.
WOMAN fiUFPitAQK CONVENTION.
Si. Louis, Not. 21. Tho .norlcan
woman suffrage association hold a rcgulur
business session at' the Tomplo to-day,
Mrs, Lucy atone JimcKWoii, president, in
tho chair. Various business committees
wore appointed and roports from tbo o&
ecutlve committee and several state asso
clatlons, detailing at considerable length
what had bcon done in tho past year, and
stating tho progress of tho movement
woro read. Tho report of tho executive'
committee was rcd by Julia Ward Howo.
Among many other things it stated that
In the national conventions held by both
parties, thoy had been appealed to. Tbe
Liberal nnd Democratic conventions
gavo them the cold shoulder, while
tho Republicans treated them with much
consideration and formally recognized
their claims, also that tbo association of
women generally who are favorable to
the extension of franchise. had
used their Influence, and accomplished
much for the success of the Republican
party in the lato campaign, and they must
look in the futuro to tbe Republicans for
their final triumph. Several speeches
woro made, one by Lucy Stone, who gavo
a very Interesting account of tho woman's
This evening a general meeting is bo
ing held with a large audionce, at which
Mrs. Stone, Miss Easterly and several
more of the most prominent leaders made
speeches which were well received.
A JUDGE IN TR0UI1LE.
Kansas City, Nov. '21. Judgo Philan
der Lucas of Liberty, was arrested to-night
by tbo police of tbis city for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct and carrying con
cealed weapons. It stems that several
"monto" men bad been tried in the judge's
court Tuesday and lined by Lucas. Not
being satisfied with that he attempted to
incite a mob to hang them and their at
torney, which was nearly accomplished,
they making tbelr escape to anothor sta
tion and taking tho train to this -'ity.
Lucas came hero yesterday morning and
bad a difficulty with them, and was ar
rested by tho police as above stated but
was paroled nnd allowed to go to his
hotel. It Is charged in the papers that
his animosity to Monto arises from his
having lost heavily betting with them.
His conduct is severely animadverted h.s
upon by by tho paper, some of them call
ing for bis impeachment.
BREACH OF PROMISE.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 21. A very
interesting breech of promiso case has oc
cupied tbo attention of tbo circuit court in
this city for three days and was decided
this evening. It was brought by Mits
Mary E. Sackett of Kidder, against Jacob
Buckley, a well-to-do widower
of this city, and was for
$15,030. The evidence was very rich and
racy, not less than fifty love letters being
read to the jury. It was proved that ho
broke tbe engagement to marry another
woman. The jury rendered a verdict for
tho plaintiff, assessing damages in tho
sum of $0,000. The court room wus
crowded with spectators during tho trial.
Boston, Nov. 21. Mayor Gaston has
appointed Georgo M. Bigelow, Charles G.
Groene, Charles S. Storrow, Samuel C.
Cobb and Abraham Fish a committee to
investigate tho causo and management of
tbe greut fire, in accordance with un order
passed by the council.
Contributions for Harvard college, up to
noon to-day amounted to $ CO, 705.
CORONER'S VERDICT OF WIL
FUL MURDER RE
A CHANGE OF COUNSEL
FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY Us
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
Baltimore, Nov. 21. John W. Fitz-
slmrauns and Jos. H. Bosley of Mcrideth's
Ford, this county, quarrolod nlout tho lo
cation of a fenco lino, and Bo9ley was shot
by Fitzsimmons twice, tho lattor boing
fatally stabbed by Bosley. Fitzsimmons
New York, Nov. 21. Stokes in his
next trial, will be defendod by a new
counsel, his former couusol having retired.
verdict of wilful murder.
New York, Nov. 21. Tho coroner'sin-
vestigation into tho shooting of A. F,
O'Noll by Jumos C. King on Monday,
was hold to-day. Verdict of wilful inur-
dor was returned against King.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 21. Two
brothers named Macombor, engaged in
running a mill in Obion county, had an
omployco named Saunders. The Macomb-
urs had a wordy altorcatlon with Saunders
a few days ago, which resulted in ono of
them shooting Saundors in tho side, nnd
Snundors returned fire killing ono of them
instnntly, and inflicting u wound .i two
other of which bo died.
EIG17T HUNDRED RAILROAD
MEN SNOWED IN.
THEY ARE CUT OFF FROM
THE OUTER WORLD WITH
FIRE IN LEXINGTON KENTUCKY.
(Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
Chicaoo, Nov. 21. A St. Paul dispatch
says eight hundred track-layers on tho ex
tension of the Winona and St. Paul rail
road were cut off from the outer world by
tbe snow storm last Thursday night. So
'anguine woro general expectations that
favorable weather would outlast November
that only a limited supply of provisions
was kept in store, as consttuction trains
maintained regular communication with
Sleepy Eye, tho nearest whito settlement.
Wbon intelligence of tbe storm reached
"Winona, J. H. Stewart, general superin
tendent, started out with two locomotives
and trains of cars, but to heavy and deop
were the snow drifts, and so intense was
tho cold, that up to Saturday morning
thoy had not passed New Ulra. There
two additional locomoties wero attached to
tho train. Then taking on board rations
for 30 dhs h.i'l isn men tho train was
again started, a passage way was forced
through drifts 8 and 10 feet deep, but up
to Sunday tbo train had only penetrated
25 miles. In tho meantime the itorm
raged with violenco unprecedented, and
when last beard from, Tuesday night,
tbe train was stuck in over-accumulated
snow forty miles west of Sleepy Eyo and
eighty miles short of the suffering track
men. Yesterday morning tbo wires were
down at St. Peter and the latest reports
from Winona in tbo afternoon state thai
tbe wind bad increased to a furious gale.
For lix days tho storm has continued with
unabated fury. Tho painful impression
is that tbo men at that end of tbo track
will starve before relief can reach them.
No supplies are known lobe accessible, for
tbe line is being constructed in advance of
government surveys, far into a country in
habited only by a few advonturous squat
tors and sickly Indians.
ANOTHER TOWN I1URNED.
Chicago, Nov. 21. Two-thirds of tho
business portion of tho town of Galvu,
Henry county, Ills., was destroyed by firo
early this morning. About twenty shops,
storns and saloons wero burned. A dis
patch estimates tho loss at from $300,000
to $000,000, but the statement is probably
exaggerated. The insurance is stated at
about SI 75,000.
FIRE IN LEXINGTON, KY.
Lexington, Nov. 21. A tire brokoout
in Dow & Bros, planing mill at 0 o'clock
to-night, which is likely to prove most dis
astrous. The firo has already extended
throe blocks and over twenty.flvo houses
have beon burned.
23Jc cash; 23Jc December; 2o January. '
R)o strong and scarce, C5c. Barley lr-
regular and lower, 05c spot. Provisions i
1'.ork 1u,et' new s,iJ 'P0'; $12 26 '
12 3ij Jhnuary; nominal $12 GO March. '
Lard firm, 7Jc cash December sale; 73o '
January; 7 Jo bid February. S P bams i
steady and unchanged. Green meats la
good demand, chle fly hamj holders firm,
J"c; meals in salt llfaii davs tecit '
shouldirs nominal, 4Jo; long clear eje; s
ribs OJSCJc. Whiskey firm, saleable 80c.
ILLINOIS i St. Louis. NnV. '21 Klcllr ttnnittr
good demand for best grdes, prices un
changed. Wheal firm and offerings light,
No a red fall $1 CO; No 2 $1 83. Corn
steady at 31c warehouse. Oats unchanged,
24jc. Rvo ond barlny qulot, very llttlo
doing. Whiskey firm at 90c. Pork quiet
at $13; dry salt meals easy with good de
mand for packed lots, shoulders 4j4jc;
clear rib 0jCJ7q clear 7(57o; grcn
hams from block 7 jo seller or December;
bacon dull and little doing; clear sides
I0l0je. Lard nominally unchanged,
7Jo prime steam. Hogs steady at $'1 CO
3 80 bulk; sales $3 70. Cattlo quiet,
$3C fair to extra.
Chicaoo, Nov. 21. Flour steady, bet
ter shipping demand, No 1 red winter
$5 600 2.', with large salos. Wheat nd
vanctxi, No 1 spring $1 20; No 21 11
spot; $1 10 seller December; No 3 SI 02.
Corn in fair demand and advanced, No 2
mixed 3232jc. Oats firm, No 2 23J
23c. Rye scarce and firm, No 2 65(n
55je. Burley dull and a shade lower, fall
No 1! COc. Pork quiet $13 for round lots.
New lard strong and tending higher "J
7 Jc spot or feller December; 74, seller
January. Meats of nil kinds firm nnd
held higher, green bams 7j7(c spot;
shoulders 3J3Jc; short ribs, middles &J
Cc. Bulk meats 16 to 25 days In fault,
shoulders -1)0; short clear middles Gjc;
long clear 0jCjc; looso boxed jc
higher. Whiskey steady at 89c.
New York, Nov. 21. Flour opened
firm; closed quiet, buyers generally refus
ing to pay th advance; superfine western
New York, Nov. 21. Sixes of '81 1CJ;
'62 18J; '04 12J; '05 12j; new 'Co 15; '07
16; 'V6 16; new fives 0; 10-40i 8; cur
rency sixes 13; Missouri sixos 03.
New York, Nov. 20. Money stringent,
and 7 gold to l and interest. Tho treas
ury has called tor ten per cent of deposits
placed with national banks in October.
Sterling firm at 8SJc for COday and 10c
for sight. Gold stronger, opening at 1 13,
advanced to and closed at 1 13J1 13$.
Loans 3 to r- "' clearings. Clearing
ntout 60,000,000. Government disbursed
$421,000. Tbe assistant troasurer awarded
one million at 1 13 1-121 13 1-29. Pay
ments for this gold nro made direct into tho
treasury, so that tho money market, in
stead ot gaining, loses 200,000 legal ten
ders. Government bonds steady. Stocks
generally strong thro .gbout to-day.
mm pmiu ouoju io common 10 goou
fC 857; good to choice $7 0S7 76;
Louis $7 057 11. Whiskov 0oW,9j
Wheat a shadu Armor and in lair demand,
chiefly for export; No 2 Chicago spring
$l 48l 52; very choice northwest $1 54;
winter red wotern $1 G8. Corn firmer
and fairly active, steam western mixed
C3J01c; sail CJJC5c. Oats dull, old
wettetn mixed 4951c; new te4'Jo.
Pork firmer, mes 4. 15 4015 CO. Beef
unchanged. Cut menu quin, hams 13
He; thoulderi Oc; middles firm; lone clear
8c. Lard more active nnd firmer, No 1 to
primo 883c; kettlo 3Jo.
ItUc and i'nlloftbe lUtrr-.
For 21 noun endlnj at 3 p.m. Nov. 21, U7J.
l low c
St. Paul 1.1 bit
Cairo. 17 -
bt. Louli....,1 i
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a New Orleans..
V Little Rod
New York, Nov. 21. Tho official vote
of New York stato is nearly complote.
Grant's majority will be about 35,000,
Dix's 62,000, and Tremain's, for congrefs-
man-at-large, over 00,000, The total voto
of tbe stato is 22,000 less than in 1809.
Louisville, Nov, 21. Tho official ma
jorlty for John D, Young in tbo tenth con
gressional district, Is 188, giving an un
broken Democratio delegation from Ken.
New Orleans, Nov. 21. Arrived:
Andy Johnson. Departed : James How
ard. Receipts, oats 138; hay 330; pork 328;
hums 14 lieices; bacon 1-5 casks and 2u
boxes; lard 200 tierce.-; whisky 60; cotton
10,340. Flour dull $5 75; good $7 25
7 60; choice $7 7o8; choico X $8 25
0 50. Corn moderate and in demand;
mixed 04c; white 05c. Oats dull 44o.
Bran dull $1 02. Pork dull nnd nomi
nal $1616 60. Bacon dull 5llj
12c. Hams unsettled 10 18c. Lard dull
818c; kegs 10c. Cotton fair demand
It' Jc. Sterling 22; sight j discount.
New Yoric, Nov. 21, 12:lOi. m, Hour
steady. Wheat firm at 51 49l 67;
choice $1 68; red SI G11 C8; ainber
21 70(7711 76. Corn steady C4ic. Oats
quiet but steady ut 6055u, Mess pork
nominal at 15 z&(ai& U7J. Lara steady
nt 8c. Whiskey quiet and nominal ut
Cincinnati, jnov, 2i, Mour steady
$7 107 30. Wheat quiet and steady,
red ?i 48i oi. corn urm, oiu iutc;
new 3738j. Oati steady 2"33c. Cot-
ton llrm, miuaung lac. wnisKoy urm rye.
Pork quiet, now $13, Bulk meats quiet,
shoulders 4jc; clour rib Cjc; cloar 7c; ba
con quiet, old shoulders 6Jc; now sides
clear rib 10c; clear 101c. Hogs stoady
$14U 16. Rccoipts: 7,430. Green
meats firm, sbouU'ers 3ie; sides Dl61c;
hums 88e. Lard firm, stoam 7gc; ket
St. Louis, Nov. 21. Flour uncliunced
Whoat firm domand light, only sample
lots ofioring. Corn qulot at 34u. Oats
easier at 21o. Ryo and barley littlo do
ing. 'Whiskey steady ut 00c. Pork nom
inal 513; dry salt good domand, prices
gradually decllnlning; packed shoulders
4JIJc; cloar 77Ju; bacon dull, only
mall order trade; greon hams 7Jc seller
December, Lard unchanged.
Chicaoo, Nov, 81, 12:15 p. m. Flour
Armor. Whoat strong for cash; futuro ir
regular, $1 11 cash; $1 1012 December;
$1 11 January. Corn steady and moder
ately active, 32132io oasbj 82Jo Novem
ber, 31J81o December. Oats dull, 2J
i Below high water.
THOMAS L. WATSON,
uoterver isig. bcr. U.S.A.
EvANSVlLLK, Nov. 21. Clear and cold,
with signs of ruin ; mercury 2S to 42 and
rising. River has fallen 0 inches. Down:
B U Hurt, 7 p in, Bowling Green 11, Ma
ry Anient 2:30, Morning Slur 4. Up:
Armadillo 8 p m, Arkansas Belle 7 n in,
Fayette 9. Business dull.
Pittsburo, Nov. 21. Monongaheln 3
feet G inches nnd ntout stationary. No
Louisvillk, Nov. 21. Falling 4 feet
canal; 2 feel chute. "Weather cloudy.
Arrived: Albloa and burgee, Pomeroy;
Charmer, Cincinnati. Departed: Albion,
Pomeroy; Charmor, Evansvllle
Nasuille, Nov. 21. River stationary,
18 inches on Harpelh shoals. "Weather
milder and raining to-night.
Vicksduro, Nov. 2e. No boats down.
Up : Lewis and Joo Kinney. Weather
clear and cool. River falling.
Nkw Orleans, Nov. 21. Arrived :
Minueola and barges, Cincinnati; Pauline
Carroll and Andy Johnson, St, Louis.
Departed: Mollio Ebert, Cincinnati;
Commonwealth, St. Louis. "Weather clear
Cincinnati. Nov. 21. River 8 foot
stationary. Andes arrived from Wheel
ing. Kate Putnam departed for Marietta.
Mkmi-ais, Nov. 21. Woathor cloudy
and cool. Rivor falling slowly. Ar
rived : Mayflower, New Orleans. De
parted last night : Mary Mil, or, for Cin
cinnati; to-day: Mary Houston for
Louisvillo; Arlington for Cincinnati.
Ss. Louis, Nov. 21. Arrived: Mollio
Mooro and Kountz from Now Orleans;
Hello of Piko from Memphis; Fleming
from Cairo. Departed : City of Quiucy
for Vicksburg; Kxchango for PitUburg;
Fleming for Cairo. River fallint;.
Wcathor clouJy anu warmer, snow this
afternoon. Thirteen boats at, on and be
low Horsetnl at Jefferson barracks. Only
bout throe foot water thore.
Wamiinoton, Nov. 21. In tho North
west nnd thence over tho upper lakos to
the Ohio valley northwesterly winds, ris
ing barometer and occasional light snow,
with clearing voather to-morrow. In tho
Gulf states cloudy weather with south
westerly winds and possibly light ruin.
In tho South Atlantio states northerly to
easterly winds with fair weather. On the
lowor lakes nntl tnenco over tne illume
states and New England dlmlnlthing
re?suro und soutborly winds and Increas-
UHEKN & GILHEHT,
William H. (irren
William II mine
HENKY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
6KALNLN0 AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, platn and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to OUm Gliding
Orders elicited Tor Scenery, Krescoe and
FANCY GLAS3 SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work I
trusted to my care will be prompily at
tended to. Shop In Perry llouie, coiner 1
Commercial avenue ana Eighth street.
LIME I CEMENT!
OA VR GIRARDEAU AND ILLIisU.
Commoroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-it.
Best quality of Limo and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at tbe
tT lowest flettres for canh.
WUUD 1 WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The andersim! 'ill furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa C'hrap.lf net ChMiper
bad anv wood dealer In Cairo. Leiva arrlir
on the ulatcs at the Postofllce and at Boss
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord the wood
autlO-tr DENNIS HALEY.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Bt. Com. & Wash.,
Has Just opened a new and stylish estac
bailment. fuflV Un to thn tlmoa. mil lnvtt.
old customors and new, ladles, children end
all, to favor him with their patronage.
CTAii worn done in the Latest Style.
NO. 104 COMUIKCIAL AVINUI,
Both French and Scoth caaalmerea ell
colors, Beavers and Bread-cloth constantly
on hand, and all goods warranted.
In all its branches also carried on'
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED COBK
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price. Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLLDAT
BROTHERS, or apply at the u:ul.
ttUAL. KMTATU AUKNC.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bkcond tloou) onto lxtib,
Buy and Sill Real Estatx,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Amlptprmr fnnT rw nf KJnftr!
11. M. HULEW,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nate,
No. 134 CommorciaLavo.,
ftsrspecm. attantion iilren to Admiralty sod
OTFICK OIUOLKVKK.ROOMH 7 AND 8 OYKB
CITT NATIONAL HAWK.
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
t3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommerelalAve.
H. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Klttvr' al Mumhers material, Wot.O
rjuini i Ko1 an'1 ""S10 vlrK, stop
r cocks, check TMTH.etfl.
AUO AOIKT rOB
TnlU Ms-other Patesst Dry flss Wet r
ind MrC4iou. Well Co'o Automatic YUt
lodloMor and Supply Valva for ateom fcolUr.
WINTH'k'a DLOCK, COUMMCUL-AVBNU
AT U. O. THIELECKE'S STORK
WASHINGTON AVRNUC UKTWHir TJsNTSI
AND ELEVENTH IBT.
50 lbs. DRY Cuba Supar for
- f 5 0
Ibi. A coffoe Suirar, N. Y. Std. 1 00
4 ' Prime ttio uonea lor - i w
81 Cbolco " " - 1 00
S " Old Government Jav - - 1 00
Teas end other staple and fancy tiroc- ,
ties equally as cbeap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call