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JOHN H. OBEltLY, PROPRIETOR.
ygIOa BTJL1BTIIT aTTrLDIHa, OOB. 12TH STBBBT AKD VTABKIGTOSr AVEOTE.
CAIRO. ILLINQIS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23', 1872
HE PRESIDENT RECEIVED
NO CALLERS TO-DAY.
IHE CASK OF WAHMOTII VS.
llOLENCK THREATENED IN
ILABAM A LEGISLATURE IN SES
IfUeportcd Etp:clally fur fie Bulletin.
MORE CIVIL-SCKVIce HKfoHM.
Washinoto.v, Nov. 22.--Tbo president
pressed hirniolf voty fully yesterday
in the qucttlon of women receiving
lm the government tho same pay at
In, whero they perform the ssmo work
mid he win Id not full to uo hit inuu
le wnenevor lie could, to hrini; about
change. It had bi-en a matter of
lut satisfaction to him that the present
ld-servico rules threw nil placet open
women a writ at to men, through
ipeiuivo oxaminzmon. tie aw no
ion why women ihould not receive
i&tno puy at men In the departments
Isimilar work, and he should take oc
Ion to call attention to the mutter in
a way at ho should think best cat
utcd to secure tho end in view.
leading Republican of Florida, who
Ived in town to-diy, slates that nil the
Lrtt of tbe recent elections in tlintstate
premature, and therefore incorrect
i statu is believed to have elected Iiloi
L Conservative, governor, by n small
hrity, and will in any event i;ive its
Itoral vote for Grant, tho contest hav-
Ibeen mainly on stato issuer Tbe state
rd of canvassers does not meet until
lembcr lOtb, when the votes will Wo
fly counted and roviewed, though in
rneantlrae Osborne's friends threaten
Imce and revolutionary proceedings if
tssary to place their candidate, Hunt,
le governor s chair.
LoL'Is, Nov. i!2. The Democrat's
Lbington special says: Senator Trum-
I arrived here to-day and will arguo a
in tho supreme court to-morrow
I fact that thu senate has now no stand'
pornrnltteo on judiciary and its com-
es expiring with each session, d is
i of recent reports that Senator Trum-
I intends to resign his old chairman-
l e usual senatorial caucus will prob-
I be held at the opening of the sestion,
all committees will In reorganized,
Inombori of tho minoritv given pronur
tNTOoutKY, ov. 22. The leglila
met this morning at 12 o'clock. Tbo
houses met together and Lieut. Gov
e proceeJed to count tho voto.
SO VISITORS TO-DAT.
Iisiiinoto.v, Nov. '22. The president
Ired no visitors to-day, being engaged
his melange. The cnbinet met at
all of tho members being present
It Iielknap and Creswell.
w Orleans, Nov. 2!. Tho federal
case of Kellogg vs. Warmotb, etc.,
tponod till Monday. It is now be-
Gov. AVnrmoth will commission all
nd pirlsh officers olo.irly eloctod and
thorn inductod into oiHco.
lal interference in stato affair, which
ben threatened by tho custom-houso
tns ever slnco the olection, is now
lEE HUNDRED ITALIAN
HA D, FAIR CIIA11GED AVITH
ted Especially for tho, Cairo Bulletin.
HU.NDIIKD ITALIANS SWINDLED.
I' York, Nov. i!2. Nearly three
ftd Itatluus are now at Castlo garden
Eero dorrauded of all their mouoy hy
of emigrant swindlers. It nppeurs
cro induced to leavo homo by sto-
If ndvuntogos awaiting tucm in
i Ayres. They woro told In Mar-
that ii vessel would bo at Now
II o tuko them to Rio, and arrived
pedncsday to And how cruelly they
Ion wronged and robhod. The u
is bore have informed tho Italian
Laura d. run.
I Francisco, Nov. 22. a sonsatlon
m caused hero by tho publication
particulars of an alleged plot by
1). iair, a restaurant waiter
Frank Toporson, Judtco Dwlnolli
lunsel for tho peoplo (Alex Camp-
rThn ulrtf wna f.i.mn.l V.-.T.
trial and revealed by Frank. Ho
. Fair tried to indues him to put
n a decanter at Dwlnelli's bouio or
nllk can at tbo door. About tbe
samo time a woman went W bit house dis
guised und told his wifo riot to leavo tho
can out. Particulars of the. matter will be
concealed from tho publio till it has boon
investigated by Judge Crowley, Police
Judge Dwlnolli and the counsel in tbe
case. Sotno people thought tbo waiter
was insane. Mrs. Fair remains in tbe
city. The peoplo are much inconsed
against her proposition to give public lec
tures. JAY OOUI.D.
New York, Nov. 22. Jay Gould has
been arrested on a warrant issued by Judge
Fancber, of tbo supremo court, bated on
an affidavit which charges him with wrong
fully taking to his own use while in con
trol of tho Erio railroad $9,600,000 belong
ing to tbe Erie stockholders. The sureties
on tho order of arrest aro Vim. Rutler
Duncan and Win. R. Traverse. At 3:40
p. m. Gould entered tbo sheriffs office and
oould'b n All
Jay Gould presontcd himself at the
sheriff's office, accompanied by Augustus
Schell and Horace F. Clarke, who had
consented to become sureties on hit bail
bond, bis bail being Hied at nno million
dollars. Each of the bondsmen were jus
tified, whereupon Gould was released by
the shorill. Tho counsel for tho Erio rail
road, however, will object to the sureties,
on tho ground that they should have justi
fied in one million each.
Col. lilood was again arretted to-day in
a civil suit brought by Challis, and In de
fault Of $3,000 bail he wat lodged in prison.
Hh had just given ball in another suit
THIERS WILLING TO MAKE
ANY CONCESSIONS TO
INCREASED ITALIAN IM MIGRATION.
lteported Especially for the Uulletiu.
Parih, Nov. 22. Thiers will attend the
meeting to-day of tbo coramitteo of tho
national assembly appointed to prepare a
reply to his message at tho opening of tho
assembly. Tho committee, In their ad
dress, will demand of the president the ap
pointment of a respontiblo ministry; that
he shall not participate in debates in the
assembly, and that be shall communicate
with that body by mc'tage only. Those
pointt will be strongly contested by tho
adherents of Thiers whon the reply is
pretonted to tho assembly. Report agree
there will bo no opposition to tbe pro
longation of M. Thiers' term of office to
COMTLIJIENT TO hTANLKV.
London, Nov. 22. The common coun
cil of London has voted resolutions lauda
tory of the service! of Stanley. The reso
lutions will h- inscribed on vellum and
forwardwi to Stanley in New York.
THIERS A NX! OUt, lOR HARMONY.
1aki, Nov. 22. President Thiers to
day told several of his friends who called
upon him, that he would make all reason
able concetsiocs to securo harmony in tbo
government, but it was impossible for him
to relinquish his well-known convictions.
Tho prosident this moning recoived a dep
utation from a party of tho left centre in
assombly, consisting of M. M. Perrie, La
Uoulayo and i'icard, to whom he said he
was with them in opinion, but tho first
question to be settled, was now between
himself aid the committee appointed by
tho assembly to draw up a reply to hit
Rome, Nov. 22,-Emlgration from Italy
to tho United States bat increased to such
an extent that tho attention of tho govern
ment Hat been called to It. Tho president
oi council and minister of interior have
written to tho prefects of Italian prov
inces, inquiring into tho cautd of to many
persons leaving tboir homes.
Havana, Nov. 20, via Key West, Nov.
.A severo engagement between Span
iards and insurgents took pluco at Retlro,
in tho eattorn department, In which the
iusurgents dislodged ttieir position with
tho lots of their hurset. The number of
Cuban killed and wounded is not given.
Official roports ttato that 6 Smininrdt
wero killed and 8 wounded.
SURVIVORS or THE MISSOURI.
Tho steamship Moro Castln arrived to
day from New York via Nattau tho 18th
hut, nnd brings news of tho safety of
antohcr boat of the ill-fated Missouri, and
John Frcancy, firtt assistant engineer,
Charles Sinclair and Charles Conway, fire
men, who survived almost incrcdiblo suf
fering, wore at Nassau and will leave for
New York on tho return trip of tho Moro
Matamoras, Nov. 22. Tolegrami
dated City of Mexico, 18th, state congress
assembled and proclaimed Lerdo Da Tc-
ada unanlmoutly elected president of tho
London, Nov. 22. A Fonlan leader in
tho north of England named O'Hanlon
who was killed In a brawl with one Bwec
noy, was buriod to-day at Darlington.
Tho funeral was the occasion of an lm.
menso assembly of Fenians who made ex
citing demonstrations against tho pollco.
Paris, Nor. 22. The payment of the
third mllllnrd of war Indemnity has been
completed. France will have half a mil.
iard mora ready by the llta of Dtctmbar
THE FREE RELIGIOUS AS
MRS. FAIR PREVENTED FROM
LECTURING IN SAN
SUE IS THREATENED BY A
THE WINONA TRACKLAYERS
IN NO DANGER OF
Reported Especially for the Uullctln.
New York, Nov. 22. Father Hurke
made a vigorous rejoinder to Froudo last
evening. Tho Academy of Music was
crowded with a sympathetic uudience.
Tbe last leuturo of the course will be de
livered next Tuesday.
t-REE religious association.
The American irco religious association
opened its sestion in Philadelphia Tuesday
and returned its sittings in Brooklyn yes
terday. The association has no creed to
limit fellowship but is established on thu
principle of truth reeking, not truth found,
and includes spiritualists and Jews u
well ns christians. Among the officers
aro Rev. O. Ii. Frothlingham. Ralph
Waldo Emerson, Geritt Smith, E. U.
Ward of Michigan, t S. Piatt ol Califor
nia, and Rabbi Wise of Ohio.
COLONISTS ANNEXATION MEET1KU.
Tho liritiib colonists favoring annexa
tion, had a meeting last night, and decided
to comunicato with the colonists of Buffalo,
CniCAgo, St. i.ouis and New Orleans, with
reference to choosing influential men to
co-operate with annexation in Canada,
t'oun missino men.
The friends of four missing men aro in
communication with detectives, seeking
their recovery. Nothing has been heard
of the Louevillo insurance agent, Geo. M.
Peavy, and fewthink now that he is olive,
diligent search for him goes on, however.
MRS. KAIK AND HER LECTURE.
San Francisco, Nov. 22. At an early
hour Mrs. Fair was to appear to lecture
on "Wolves in the fold." About two
thousand people congregated in front of
Piatt's hall, Montgomery street, and as
many before her residence, Kearney street.
The crowdt at both placet were boisterous
and threatening. At 8 o'clock Mrs. Fair
demanded of tho chief of polico an escoit
of officers to tho lecture hall. The chief
advked her that it wat too dangerout for
her to appear on tho streets or at the ball,
and would not furnish her an escort, but
tent men to keep the streets clear nnd pre
serve tbe peace. A carriage came for
Mrs. Fair, but tho kept close in her room
with about a dozen friends. Crowdt boot
ed and yelled, and men tried to forco their
way up stairs, but wero driven back.
In ubout two hours all was quiet.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 22. Reliable advicss
from the Chickasaw nation say tbe legis
lature in that nation, which hat just ad
journed, passed resolutions requesting
President Grant to carry into effect that
part of the treaty of 18CC, between United
States and tho Choctaws and Chicknsaws,
which provides that when Indians desire
it, lands heretofore held in common may
be divided among individual members of
the tribes. This is considered by those
best informed regarding matters in the
Indian torrltory, as tho most advanced
step towards civilization ever taken by
any or tho Indian tribes, and it is thought
by a great many, that should tho govern
ment not insist on any territorial organiza
tion other than that now existing, many
of the other tribes will lollow the example
oi ttie (JIncKasaws.
Adjt. Gen. Sigol tolcgrapht to Gov.
Brown, from Lufaycttc county, that every
thing is quiet there. The county authori
ties dony that there has been any necessity
for outsldo interference, and that they are
perfectly nblo to enforce tho laws and
MKTU0DIST CHURCH EXTENSION SOCIETY.
Philadelphia, Nov. 22. At a meet
ing of tho church extension socloty of tho
Methodist Episcopal church, latt evening,
reports wero read showing tliut during
tho past year $113,000 had been collected,
nnd 114 churches built nnd aided.
Omaha, Nov. 22. A banquet given
hero this evening to Senator Hitchcock
and Representative Tuff, in acknowledge
ment of their services to tho stato.
New York, Nov. 22. Tbo national
bourd of tiro Underwriters in session here,
discussing advancement of rates through
out tho country. Secretary's report of
the state's avorago profits lust year, do not
averago 10 per cont.
Ciucaoo, Nov. 22. Spocials from Wi
nona contradict the roport Unit tho track
layers on tho Winona and St. Peter rail
road who are blockaded with snow are in
dangor of starving, or oven sufforiug.
One report says the train sent to their re
lief has arrived at tho endpf the traok,
which is now clear of snow,
Madison, Ind Nov. 22. Tbo mayor
publishes tho following in to-day's Cou
rier: 11 Five hundred dollar will be.pald
for tbe arrest and convlotlgn of 'tb)nur
erer of Henry H. Armstrong, wfcfc was
shot and killed at his residonco in this city
by some unknown person on the Kith day
of October, 1872. By orJor of the coun
Mr. John Hanley, an old and restcted
citixen ana formerly an cxtcnaivd ship
owner, died Here last evening, aged 70
IMPERrrOT COMMITMENT PAPCH.
New Yobe. Nov. 22. A deDonulatlon
of tho penitentiary is threatened under
me uecision or Judge Fancber of tho tu
prema court, yesterday discharging aeon
vict on tbe ground of imperfect commit
Washington, Nov. 22. Among tbe
cauers at me executive mansion was Mrs
Woods, wife of tbe condemned man to be
executed on Wednesday, for the murder
or Jir. Uheoseman, she was accompanied
by her daughter. They did not succeed
in ouiaining an interview with the presi
LOSS BY TnE FIRE AT GALVA
D ESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN GEORGIA
Uported EspeciaUy.for the Uillctlii.
Chicaoo, Nov. 22. The total loss by
the fire at Galva, III., yeterda;, is now
figured aj $218,000; 35 business Irmt were
burned and 23 families rendered homeless.
Wasuinoton, Nov. 22. ?he 11:30
train latt nlht, from Philadelphia, be
coming disabled two miles fron here, was
run into by the New York anl Washing,
ton train. Tbo rear cars, wh.ch disabled
the train, were smashed, and Henry Fritz
and George Pullett, colored, were killed,
and fifteen others wounded ; all of Wash
ington. another tire.
Auousta, Nov. 22. Thcro was a dc
ttructivo fire in MillmJgeville, Georgia,
thlt morning, wlich destroyed a whole
block containirg several stores and
Indianapolis, Nov. 22. The epizootic
has made its appearance here to-day in an
epidemic form. All the horses in three or
four livery stables are sick, and n numbor
of tho street railway combany's horsesi
United States Express Co., horses and a
number of other horses have been attacked
with tho disease.
Richmond, V., Nov. 22. Official re
turns of Virginia give Grant 93,-lCS and
Greeley 91,052. The Buchanan county
vote will probably bo thrown out on ac
count of informality. If such is the case,
Grant's majority will bo 1,975.
Washington. Nov. 22 Vnr nnrthwoit
and upper lakes, and thence to Ohio river,
uuriuuriy o westerly winas, occasional
snow and clearing weather. In lower
luko regions and thxnra nvmr mtilrllA onH
eastern states, southwesterly winds and
uci-asiuuai mow ana rain, aim parny
cloudy weather. In the Gulf and South
Atlantic states, generally clear
weather, and northerly to northeasterly
New York, Nov. 22. Wall street has
been a scene of intensjst excitement
this alternoon, with North western com
mon tbe absorbing feature. Tbe stock has
risen under operation of a corner from
03 to 200. Tho actual trunsacllons being
comparatively small. Money light, loan
ed high At per day, with most bniiness
3-10; closing C7 per cent, per year.
Storting unsettled, long quoted 6a8;
short 'J. Gold again cornered to-day
opened with decline from 13JI3, whicu
followed by recovery to 13J, alter which
under incroased activity, rose to 14, closing
1-. Borrowing rates rangod from 1-10
to H percent, per day; but finally banks
refuaed facilities of certificates to brokers
knoun to be withdrawing gold I'rom tbe
rourkct, and loaas fell per cent, to
flaf Clearings 143,000,000. Troatury
disbursements 349,000. Governments
were quiet and steady. State bonds very
0i of '81 10 J; Gi '02 12; 0s '04 12; 6s '06
12; new '05 15; '67 16J; '08 15; now 5s
UL 10-40 8; currency Os 13; Alo., 0 04.
New York, Nov. 22, 12:10 p.tn Flour
quiet but steady. Wheat quiet but firm
SI 501 50; choice $1 67; red $1 051
70; amber $1 70l 76. Corn quiet but
sloady 065c. Oats quiet Wftbbc, Re
ceipts: flour 15,000; wheat a07,000; corn
172,000; oats 20,000. Mats pork nominal
$15 60. Lard steady Bj9jc. Whiskey
dull and nominal 05c. Uuld 1 3 .
Cincinnati, Nov. 22. Flour Armor,
$7 207 40. Wheat held higher, $1 48
1 66. Corn stcadv, old 40012c; new 38
39e. Oats firmer," 27(85o. Cotton dull
and decreasing, middling 10c. Whiskey
sloady, bOc. Pork quiet, nominal $13.
Bulk meats quiet, shoulders 4c; clear rib
Cjc; clear 7c, all 16 to 2 5 days. Old bacon
quiet; shoulders 10c. Hogs in fair de
mand, $4t 10. Rocelptt 0,717. Lard
firm, steam 7c; kettle 7 Jo.
New Orleans, Nov. 22. Arrived:
H. O. Wilson and barges, Paulino Carroll,
Minncola, Departed: Commonwealth,
Mollio Ebort. Receipts, flour 2,210; corn
0,404; oats 1,907; bay 2,780, pork 2,730;
whisky 176; tobacco 2; cotton 7,682;
bacon 488 casks and 84 boxes; hams 80
tierces; lard 201 tierces and 453 kegs.
Flour dull, XX $6; low XXX $0 80 7;
good $7 60; choice $7 7 5 8 25; choice X
$8 609 60. Corn dull 0384o. Oats
dull 4314o. Hay steady $26027; cboico
29c. Bran, fair demand $1 001 02.
Fork dull and drooping $15. Bacon dull
and lower 67c; sides llllc. Wills.
kev firm 93c. Cotton mniinraia .Inm.n.l
17c. Sterling X 22c; sight discount at
Cuicaoo, Nov. 22, 12:15 p. m. Flour
firm. Wheat Irregular nnd unsettled
$1 101 10 December; $1 101 10
January; car lots $1 11; No 1 nominal.
Corn steady, demand moderate 32321c
cash November: 3IJ32 December. Oats
steady at 2333c casb; 2323c De
cember; 21i4o January. Rye firm,
good demauU, oUerings light, No 2 65.
65c, Barley dull, No 2 offered C6c; sput
6le. Provlilons firmer; pork $1813 26
spot; $12 25 bid January; nominally
$12 50 March; $12 37 Decoinber. Lard
firmer at 77o cash and December; 7
($8 March. S P hams steady and un
changed. Green meats firmer, good de
mand; hams 15c hold at8q meats In salt
1C25 days, nominal) unchanged; shoul
ders 4c; S ribs 0c; boxed lots l5c
hlger. Whiskey steady, hold at 89c
ot. Louis, Nov. 22. Flour unchanged.
V heat spring stiff $ I 15 offered; No 2
held higher; sales No 3 fall 64e. Corn
easier at 3334c. Oats quiet at 24c.
Rye and barley unchanged. Whiskey 9oc.
Pork no demanrl. ilrt. on, I ..I, In1
J ...... - . INCH . M
packed lots, shoulder 4c; rib 6Jc; bacon
.v. green uams steady at TJc seller
November or IlArnmliMP r..i un
St. Louis, Nov. 22. Flour steady and
firm. Wheat. Nn J nrln k.l,l ..)
helgber $1 15 offered; fall strong helgher,
prices generally contended for No 2 red
$1 CO; in tbo elevator sample luts told at
SI 80. Corn slow and easier, No 2 mixed
33c: No 2 white mirml JO. Ht
and unchanged: Not! mlxo.! lilf.f iMn
2 white 28c. Barleyouiet and unchanged.
Rye quiet, No 2 58e. Pork steady; new
mess $13I3 25; dry salt meals steady;
Shoulder l(aHc: rlonr rlli
tidet Jic; bacon nothing doing. Lard
in oeiier aemanu; prime steam 7c.
Uiehwines iteuiir t tin,. r?.ni. ...
c - - - iu
eoad tunnlv. mt mmtlv ln t
1 I u 1 ........j ,v. y ituc, iij.
ferior common $1 251 76; choice and ex
tra $6C. Hogt active and helgher at
$3 6Uu;j 85 fur nacken Inn. Ttolnt.-
Cuicaoo, Nov. 22. Flour itcady.
Wheat buovant and unitill. nn.nj
higher, doted weak, with most of ad
vance lott; No 1 spring $1 20l 21: No
2 SI 109 tool: $1 10 rvenmu.- v.. t
$11 01. Corn opened firm; cloted dull,
No 2 mixed 32j32jc spot; 3lc Decern-
oer. uih quiei, i0 & OlJJljc. Ityo
tcarco and firm, No 2 65c. Barley dull
and lower. No 2 (M die TN..;. tints In
good domand. Meis pork SI313 25
spot; December $12 37' 2 60; January
Slli VJSA1 .171 T.rl Mrm ?1 W.A. 74-
asked tpot; 7j7Jc December. Meats of
an KHKjt urm ai rj rev out nuntai nm-
green hams 78c; hams in pickle 9j
iujc. v nisaey siuaay, eye.
New York. Nov. ii Finn mnr ...
tive and firmer; sup $5 906 80; common
to food SQ 90fn7 O.v nwt in nlinl.. e? In
7 85; white wheat X $7 9i8 65. Wbis-
kbj uuu ai cc. wneai less active ana
lower; No 3 Chicago spring $1 45: north
west inrini- SI 53: wintap rnH n-.iiD.n
$1 07; amber western $t 75l 77- white
Ml On ..... . . r.
i oi. nyo sieauy. uariey unchanged.
Corn in buyers' favor- steamer mixed 03
and 6Ijc. Oats quiet and unchanged;
eaiurii uiixeu ouiapic; new -seapec; whtto
51(a.54c. Coffne and suear ouIt. Mn.
Iasies dull. Pork quiet; mess S10 00.
iiaef nul(t- tiaw mntsiln nv?il9 nn- n.n.
extra do $12 0012 60. Cut meats quiet;
uama lujinj.ic: snouiadrs sjc; middlings
firm. Lard firm; No 1 to prime steam,
8 Sjc; kettle 838Jc.
NEW Oltl.IANS. V.iir 99 Wln.iP .lull
treble $78; family ?910. Corn dull
and lower, white 6203c; vellow 6364c.
Oats dull and lower 40 12c. Bran dull
1 02. Hay dull, prime $26; choico $28.
Pork dull and nominal, met) $16. Bacon
dull and lower 6jUlljc. Lard dull
tierce 8Sjc; kegs 10c. Sugar lower,
common 44c; uond to common 7f8e;
fair to fully fair 81fSl9Je: Drime to strietlv
i 9J10c. Molass s lower, centri-
fugal 454,c; fair 63c; good C06lc:
prime C204c; strictly primo 6506c;
choice 68c. Whisky dull, Louisiana 93c;
Western 99;. Coffee I4ll8c. aterllne
22: slp-ht 4 discount: i-nlil 1st rM,.n
quit, weak sales 3,000; good ordinary 17c;
iuw uiimuiKs iojc; mmaungs iy; miailng
Orleans 19c. Receipts 8,171; exports
continent 1,953; stock 140,930; week's
ihIpi 3.000: rivclnti n( 3) Oi7- nm At. m o.
exports coastwise 0,443; continent 14 ,'c93;'
Great Britian 6,740.
Ulse and Fall of the River.
For 31 hourt ending U3p.m. Nov. 13, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
POINTER'S ' STOCK
of all kinds and detlrout that our cus
tomer should know we are determined
to carry put our proml.es of cheap printing
we feel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in business and
STATIONS, wj- .
St. I'aul .
Louii villc, ...
Fort Smith. ..
Little Kock ..
I Florence. ....
llelow standard, fllelow high water.
Official. THO.MA3 L. WATSON,
Obierver Slg. Scr. U.S. A
St. Louis, Nov. 22. Arrived: Charles
Bodmunn and E. II. Durfee, New Orleans.
Departed: Glencoe, Now Orleuns; Shreve,
Memphis; WaltT, Vlckshurt;; St.
Jnhnt, Keokuk, River about stationary,
and ico slushy, ottering no impediment to
navieution. Weather fair und warmer.
Most'of tbo boats delayed at Ilorse Tall
bar have gone both ways, and after a good
deal of lighting and double tripping, it is
stated that $40 000 will hardly cover the
lostes to boats by delays at ibis bar.
Mxmfuh, Nov. 22. Weather clear and
pleasant. The river is rising slowly, De
parted last night: Mayflower and Sun
der for New Orleans. To-day: W. F,
Curtis and Collossal, Now Orleans.
Cincinnati, Mov. 22, River 8 feet 0
inches; rising slowly. Arrived: Mary
Davage, Pittsburg, Departed : Mary
DuvHge, St, Louis; Andes, Wheeling,
NVeatlnr cloudy and cool,
Nasiivillk, Nov, 2:'. The river fell
1 inch to-day, leaving still about 18 inches
on Harpcth shoals. Weather clear and
Pittsuuro, Nov. 22, Rivor about ta
tionay with 3 feet 5 inchos in tho channel.
The Brooks and Granite arrived and de
parted. Evansvillk, Ind., Nov. 22. Cloudy
all day; clear this evening. Mercury 35.
River fallen 6 Inches. Port lift up: Fuy
ette 9 am. Down: Mary Ament 8 pm;
Taraicou 6:30 p m; Florence Lee 6:30.
Louisville, Not. 22. River station,
ary; 4 feet canal; 2 feet chute. Weather
cloudy and mild; no business. Arrived :
ArmadilU, Memphis; Mallia Kagon, Cin
cinnati. Departed; Armadllla, Cincin
nati; Mallia Ragon, Mampis; Jot. Powell
pasted down with Product.
together with our advantages In tho
purchase and selection of stock, out
customer may rest assured we will try
to merit a contlnuanco ol their very liberal
Followlnevired1 ZV MUDUa 10 tte
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on Kood 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to tlze perM 1 60to0 50. For other
Qualities add tbe dln"erpnrln ihn
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality of
M2 Mtoi'lo t08 ' per one-nIf
POSTS Eif S
full jheet. half theet, quarter sheet, elehtli
sheet and sixteenth .sheet at from 3 00 to
SW 00 per 31.
By a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will And that our
per M $5 00to7 00, according to site and
quality orpaper; pcrone-halrM $3 OOtot 00.
pn ordinary tlze per M $4 OOtoS 60, accord
U188.8.131.52 i5?ie n(1 nwallly. Oouuneretal per M
f uOtOo 60.
per M. according to size and weight, & OOto
7 00: per one-hair ii, according to size and
weight, f3 OOtot 00.
perM $3 OOtot 00, according to order.
urnlahed retail at wholetale prices. Chaiife
or printing, 91 00to2 00 perM.
PEICES AEE LOWBE
than those ot any establishment ot the'kind
In St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Business men will find the Bulletin the
best advertising medium In Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR, WEEKlirZ"
(theet 20x40, 8 co'umns) is furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Mlwouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever belore published lu
Cairo, tZi new clubs are coming In every
On Eighth BtTtat,UlweD Commercial and Wash
ngton Avtouei. It daUr reelvla(
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST TALL AMD WIBTXH BTTLXt
llesmtt a lull line of
DBOISrasrETS Ac HATS
I Trim mod and nntrimmed,
FBENCU FLOWEK8, RIDDON3, TRIMMIN08
of nil kindr, Laoes, etc., elo.
Mrs. McOee has alto a Ir utortmeot o
rancy Articles, such as
NECK Tl.y. COLLABn. UNDEnHLKEVES.
KUFFB, HASHES, KANH,
And all oihtrarlieUt usually lound lu a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Sin. McOec. In addition to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, has a ttrtjone and
completo assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Ciill
drcnt' Boots, Black and in Colors. These
arc acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes in the market, and this is the only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out aa extensive slock of
All ot which aro sntirolv now and of the vorv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TUE STOCK COMFBlBKa
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an tlegant assortment oi
LACES, VBIMOBS, KID OLOVIB, BOSICIIX
and all articles usually kept in a flnt-olws mil
Mr.. Hwandtr Invites the public locslland !a
p3t hr slock, whitli she will uko plsaturelo
howina ' olit a well as new culorrr.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r, Di HexruHD rrcprut.'
Coa. Ohio Livii & Sioowd St.
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGH and ORNAMKMTA1.
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass (llldina
BnniVpa?nUnlJ "V' nM "?
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
SI!1'. P'!,n nd ornamental. All work In.
uuiicii us inr mfo nrfii i a hhh..iiu a
v-vuiujcitiai BTcaue anu ajgnui street.
LIME I CEMENT !
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIftO.
Commeroial-av., Foot of Elerenta-wt.
Bost quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at th
very Icvnst figures for cash.
WUU1 I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersuraed will faralsk
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, mmt Ct)upr
had tnv VAaH Hualav In r.lM t - - - - - -
J -- ..v. WUM
on tbe slates at the I'ostofflce and at Rosa
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, betweasi
Tenth and twelfth streeU, Cairo. Illinois. 1
kite kuou measure ana wui cora Ice WOM
up It desired.
a10-tr D1CNN13 HAIJT.
FOR LADIES, MEN AMD CHILDBXH,
Eighth St., Bt. Com. VTjml,
Has just opened a new and stylish estaa-
old customers and new, ladles, children assd
u, iv layor nun wiui ueir patronage.
UAU work done In the Latest Style.
NO. 104 COMUXBCIAL ATZMUB,
Both French and Scoth eaaslaerM alt
colors, Beavers and Bread-cloth cosutaaUr
on nand, and all goods warranted.
In all Its branches also carried oa
tarBaggaga eoavayed to aad fron
Corner Twenty-second street and OMs
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORK
Always on hand, and at the lowest nurkat
price. Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLTDAY
BROTHERS, or apply at the u:Ul.
BKAa, KMTATK AUEMC1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aicoifD vloob) onto tmrmm,
Bur and Sill Rial Ebtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITH
AwH pr.r fmtMtMM of Kind.'
11. M. HULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruiti & NuU,
No. 134 Commercialavo.,
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGOS, LARD
FRESH, BUTTER, ETC.
All Goods warranted frsin, aad
ai ine i
i lowest Driest.
Corner Oth SL aadCot
tus asrmw aBTrHiiwE.
OROCIBIM XTAILKD AT W"OLSVAl
raicia fob cxm.
AT H. O. THIELECKK'S STORK
WArJUIKOTOM AVaNPk. BITWIHf TBMTB
AMD XLBVaMTH StIlT.
601bs.DBT Cuba Suearfor - - - $3
tit ros. A conee ougar, n. j, oui,
4 Prime Rio Coffee for '
81 11 Choice
a .1 Ski I 4.
6 lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. fltd. . IN
i-rime nio umn tor - - i wm
Choice " 1(1
8 " Old Uoverntnent Java I 0C
Teu and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full waif U gifsja. Call