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THE LOUISIANA POLITICAL
BOUTWELL A CANDIDATE FOR
THE MASS ACII USETTS
NUMBER OP APPOINTMENTS BY
TUB rilKSIDBNT SINCE
OP CONG HESS.
HE IS STILL AT WORK. ON TUK
PROPOSED REMODELING OF THE
THE SAN DOMINGO QUESTION
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Wasiiikoto.v, Nov. 23. Senator Weit
of Louisiana arrived in town to-day. He
reprotcntt tho present political comnllca-
tion in that ilalu more Intricate and con
futed than any which havo preceded It,
nd It llkoly, In conicquenco of War-
inoth'i extra tettlon of the legislature, to
end In the giving of the electoral veto to
Greeley and the election of Warmoth to
the lenale. Warmoth it .ow acting
openly with the Democrat!. Kcllocg it
hesitating whether to contest tho election
of Emory as governor, lince, in order to
do it, he mutt first under the stall) Itwi re
ilgn bit teat in the United State tenute.
wilsox'b eucctSHOB is tiik urn ate
Washington, Nov. l3 Secretary
iBoutwoll in convenation with a vliltor
I from Massachusetts, who has been active
in the labor movement there, laid in effect
that ho wat a candidate for .Mr. Wilton
seat in the tenato, and it wm in the handi
of hit friendt.
Washington, Nov. 23. Sinco the ad
journment of congress the president hat
knede one hundred and eighty-seven ap
pointments, at followt ; For the Interior
iepartment 08, mott of tbem Indian
pgentt and public land officer ; depart
ment of juitico lo ; U. S. manhalt and (Hi-
Irict attorneys of navy department 5;
boilmatterj 44; ttate department 21, of
iblcb 11 are contult and rnott of them
Lentennial commissioners. The lait
Lamed appointmentt are not confirmed by
Ibe senate. For the treasury department
pi, of which 10 aro supervisors of internal
Ievenuo under the new law and mott of
be other appointmentt are for internal
hvenuo and cuttom service.
RECRUITS run THE HI XT II CAVALRY.
Two hundred and fifty recruitt have
Leen ordered to Louisville Cor tbe tilth cav-
TIH tAX UOHIMGO t-CHKMK.
The principal promoter! of the San Do-
uingo toheme, tome of thenamct of whom
ave not yet been given to the public, are
ert. They say they do not expect the
iretident to recommend any mcaturo to
ongreis relative to the annexation of San
Jomlngo, nor do they desire any action
bereon at thcioming session, but they be-
leve that the public tentlment hat been
lisdirected at to tbe policy of annexing
Ian Domingo, and that a right judgment
kill be formed by the people when thev
line to know all tbe facts, ai they will
uring the coming year. The advocatet
f annexation expect that tuch a revolu
on will havo taken placo by the expire
onoftbe time lait named, that the ac
uitition of San Domingo will be almoit
nanimously demanded in thit country.
Wamuoton, Nov. 23. The president
king buty completing hit menage, de-
lined to tee vltltort to-day.
THE ai'PKEME COURT.
A bill will be prciented to congren thit
Inter, which propoet a radical change
the present working of the itipremo
hurt. The bill contemplatet an interme-
Bate court, which shall poftoss the ordl-
ary powert of the present supremo court,
id before which all cases thai! bo argued,
be tupremo court proper shall bo male
ationary and the justices relieved of all
Ircuit duty, which tball be jerformcd by
be judget or the intermediate court.
Ibe tupreme court to give
It entire attentiou of patting upon or de
ding quettions of law which como before
from the Immedlato court. The bill
lilt alio provide that tho intermediate
burt thall not conitrue any law, but de-
Ida any law which comes before it in ae-
brdanco with the construction placed
on the lsws by tho tupremo court. The
beasuro 11 deemed necessary becnuiu of
be accumulation of cases on tho ducket
'the supreme court
omciAL vote or tvnnkhsek.
Nabuville, Nov 2H. Tho official vote
the sthto hat been received. Greeley
219, Grant 85,033 ; Greeley's majority
1586. Brown for governor, 97,7U0, Free-
Ian 83,889; rnnjorlty for Ilrown 13,811.
laynard for congress, 80,825, Cheatham
5,077, Johnson 37,000; Maynard's ma-
brlly over Cheatham 15,27, over .lohn-
ard, an Intimate friend of President
Thiers, wat chosen chairman, President
Thiers appeared before tho assembly com
mittee and spoke for about an hour and a
half. lie urged thorn to terminate tbe
present ttato of Indecision, and reiterated
bis opinion that tho republic was India
pentable, and declared that ho was willing
to accept tho principle of ministerial re
ipontibllity and n parliamentary system
which would not completely exclude him
TO ASSIST GREAT BRITAIN
IN SUPPRESSING THE
' AFRICAN SLAVE
SPAIN AND UNCLE SAM.
lEVBRE GALES IN THE ENGLISH
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESI
The left centre hot drawn up a bill pro
longing Thiers' pretent terra four years,
and providing for a vice president who
shall succeed the preiident, in case of his
resignation or death. Tho preiident and
vico preiident aro to bo reeligible to office
only fur tho second term. Ono third of
the assembly It to bo rcnowed annually.
Tho preiident it to be entitled to suspend
the promulgation of all bills parted by
any assembly until afier the annual elec
tion; then, if tho assembly Insist! on the
law It must bo promulgated. It It under
stood that thit project of law rncelt the
approval of pretldent Theirs.
It it known that President Thiers en
dorses thu plan lately proposed by the
committee of tbe left center for tbe for
mation of n second chamber of national
legislation. Ho alio favors some dutlnite
tetllotnent of the relations between the
legislative and executive departments of
thegovernmentatquesttuni ofguiieral pol
icy in th internal affairs of the republic.
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un.1. huuci u tu fciju buuivi YnutUKiuuiiu;, ,. .
.!. 1 Investigated
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no discussion of national questions In the
assembly yesterday. Nothing it known
of the discussion or of the committee to
draft a reply to the President 1 message.
M'Al.V AND THE UNITED STATES.
Madrid, Nov. 23 Hear Admiral Al
ien, of the U. S, N., wat present yester-
ay at the review of the garrlton of
Madiid. Subsequently the admiral and a
number of officer! of the American
squadron, accompanied by tbe United
States minister, General Sickltt, paid a
Wm, Tweed made hit flrtt appearanco
In tbe comptroller's office yesterday, since
Comptroller Connally resigned. Ho called
to examine tbe vouchers to bo used against
him in the pending suit. The pretence
of the Hot caused quito a sensation until
tho object of bis visit became known.
New York, Nov. 23. Tho 'Now
Brighton bout-, on Staten Island, was
fired by an incendary last nlgbt and
burned down. Loss $40,000; insurance
POUND AT SEA.
Tbe steamer Gen. Sedgwick, from New
Orleans, reports patting a lot of wrecked
stuff with two dead bodies attached in
latitude 30 and longitude 73.
HELD rOH TRIAL,
New York, Nov. 23. Henry S. Bogart
has been held for trial on charges of Nlcly
representing himself to be a reporter, and
levying black mail. He it said to havo
secured $ 1 50 from n bank president, under
throat of publishing scandalous statement!.
THE ITALIAN EMIGRANT hWINDLE.
The Italian emigrants, who camo to this
port under tho tmprosion that they were
on their way to Buenos Ayre, are to be
sont to Witrd t island. Many of them
learning of thit decition, left Cattle Gar
den and throw themselves on tbe bounty
of their countrymon in thit city. One of
them died of destitution to-day, in the
Itiliau quarter of thu city. The Italian
vies consul' here, promises to iTave the
whole matter of the outrage thoroughly
Washinotox, D. C, Nov. 23. In tho
Northwest and on tbe upper lakes south
erly to westerly winds, falling barometer
and partly cloudy weather, extending to
mo unto valley, un tho lower and in th
Mlddlo and Eastern slates clearing
weamer witn prevailing souineriy winds
In tho Gulf and South Atlantic states
tho prcsturo will diminish, with toulhorly
to easterly, winds and cloudy weather
on tbo western gulf with possibly Ilteti
rain, but elsewhere generally clear
weather till afternoon.
lae smtl rail or the Ml vera.
For 21 hours todlng at 3 p.m. Nov. 23,;H72
STATIONS. . w.
DANISH RELIKr PUND.
Tho amount of the fund for the relief of
tho sufferer by the Uanlh inundation
A NOHLE TOURIST.
Earl of Crethmess, of Scotland, it mak
ing a tour of inspection of the municipal
institutions in thit city.
Cincinnati, Nov. 23. The papert thit
morning announce tho suspension of W.
I. Cutler of Marietta, largely Intcrotted in
iron manufacture and railroad building.
It it claimed that there aro ample atiets
visit to the engineer and artlllerv barracks
and lunched with the officer. Among the ' to meet all liabilities
loastt given, was prosperity to the greU
American republic, In reply to which tbe
past wat invoked to show that Spain,
during tho time of Charles III,
gave itt aid and auittaace in
the conquest of American independence,
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King of the Spaniards, andjn his remarks , Au1,vll1e short timea-o.
tii ANnrotriNO. reward oppered.
St. Louik, Nov. 23. Gov. Brown it-
1 1 sued a proclamation appointing Thursday,
28tb inst.. at thanksgiving day. Alio a
proclamation offering a reward of $300
each for the arrest and convictiun ot the
expressed a deiiro for closer and more in-
timaterelatlcns between the two countries.
THE PENIAN TROUBLES.
London, Nov. '23. O Leary, one of the
leaden of the recent Hyde park demon
stration in favor of the reieato of Kenian
prisoners, made application to-day to tbe
uslice for a withdrawal of the summons
to appear fur examination, a tbe charge I
againit him bad been abandoned '
and the summon! for tlx ether
persons to present themselves for
Some npprohention having been felt
that building of the tunnel, which it now
in proce-s of construction from tbe bridge
to tbe probable lite of tbe grand union de
pot in the vicinity of tbo present Missouri
Pacific K- K., dopot, will damage buildings
and will necessarily obstruct business,
several largo owners of property on the
route haro held a meeting to consider tbe
matter. Resolutions were adopted recog-
nlrm tlio i rn rst f at rrn nrwl naiAiil 1 1 if I Via
trial bad been withdrawn. OLeary ttated , wo'fkf ,)Ut tbsl tho intc,el, of tL(J busine.,
-...vmp.Ku vu.,slal,UK w America, mcn od propcrtv ownen alootr the
prospects would be injured i:nH ,t,0i,i i1M ,, P n,ntr.tl
hould tbe lummoni remain in exltlence. , a eom.nitt, .nnnintl ail nl..r
The justice assured him ho would not be with the dutv of requiring tbo tunnel
reproached in America for acta committed company to uio great care and precaution
here, but wat more likely to be regardod In tbe prosecution of their work, alto to
at a martyr, and bo given public dmnors, require of tbe city government a right of
and tbsn refused to grant tho application, i supervision of the contruction of tbe tun
severe oalk. ne), under tuch conditioni at thall prevent
Gain continue in the English channel, tho Interruption of business, or Injury to
and have been very destructive In the any persont or property. Cpt. Eadt,
vitlnlty of Devonport. engineer of the bridge company, as.ured
tbe meeting that the foundation
walls along tho line o.' the tunnel, would
not be injured by excavation nor
would buildings be harmed by any
vibration occasioned by the running of
teams, Tbe tunnel will run up Washing
ton avenue to Sixth itreet curve, thence
to Eighth and Locust, and follow Eighth
itreet to Clark avenue. It will be con
structed by excavating forty-eight feet
wide and from twenty to twenty-seven
feet deep, but only the length of one
block will be opened at a lime, to thai
there will be tbe least possible obstruction
to business. Tbe work will be completed
by the time tbe bridge it finitbed, which
will be about tbe middle of next summer.
PRIZE FIOHT TIlEjWEATHER.
Little Rock, Nov. 23. Sam Collycr
and l'altey McGuire, two bruisers, fought
a prizo fight two miles above the city to
day. The fight lasted 20 minutes, during
which time 7 rounds were fought. Col
lyer wat declared winner because of a
RECEPTION TO HENRY
CAUSE OK GOULD'S
BOSS TWEED'S CIRtT
BURNING OF A HOTEL.
THE EMIGRANT SWINDLE.
DEATH OF ONE OFTHE VICTIMS!
A BRUTAL PRIZE FIGHT
TWEKN TWO NOTED
j foul on the part ol McGuire. Weather
; clear and pleusant.
New York, Nov. 23, A reception was
given to Henry M. Stanley at the Lotut
club to-night. Speeches were made by1 txi-Loaio.v-Two men killed.
Mcisrs. Reid, Stanley, Mayor Hall and Sckcu Gbass' P' Nov 3. ttoberfa
Dr. Dellows. " Glyceriuo Magazine exploded this morn-
oould's arrest. I '" killlo Torr' J- WollV Telegraph
Thoarrett of Jav Gould tn.dov t tlm I Perori a. ngm, lorpuuo
. . - - - -- -
suit of tho Erio railroad company, Is tbe
suppression or the hi.avk trade
Berlin, Nov. 23. Tho German govr
Itnment in replying to the Invitation ol
heat Britain to assist in the suppression
If the slave trade on the eastern coast of
Lfrlca. twvt that it will elvo all tho moral
indirect result of a corner in Erie, golteu
up a short timo ago, by which Smith and
Gould, who woro thon working in unison, i
were heavily squeezed, Both of theie
gentlemen vowed to bo revenged
upon tbe Drew clique, and proceeded
to lay their wiret, but a sudden
disagreement ended their plans and
opened a littlo quarrel between tbem, and
war to the knife was declared. In his
anger Smith it suid to havo remarked to
one of his friendt : " I'll make that little
monkey, (meaning Gould), grind an or
gan yet for his living," and further said
ho would ruin him in a wcok. In the
meantime, Gould, by skillful manipula
tions managed to get both Smith and
Drew short on Northwottern, then run up
tho stock, as was done to-day, to 200,
It is said that Smith, finding himself
short, asked Gould to let bim .have fifty
thuiuand shnres of that stock, threatening
to bring tho pretent suit against him in
caso of his refusal. Gould, however,
would not accede to his demand, and
henco tho suit and present arrest. As
Gould loft his office this afternoon to give
bail at the shores office, hogavo orders to
his brokers not to sell a share of stock at
any price. Traver & Duncan, who be
camo sureties on tho order of arreit, are
said to bo short on Northwestern to a con
Tho arrest of Jay Gould for the misap
propriation of $y,600,O00 was tho groat
themo of interest in Now York ynstcrday.
Tbe affidavits on which the arrest was
mado are very long dofiiui
agent. Only fragments of tbolr bodies
MxMi'ins, Nov. 23. The horse malady
is on tho increase, not more than halt the
usual number of hones being seen on the
streets, and all livery stables have sus
pended business. The disesso is also
spreading throughout the country, caus
ing a marked falling off in receipt of cot
ton,, while buyers aro afraid to buy fear
ing inability to move cotton to tho depots
no enzootic in ht. i.ouis.
St. Louis, Nov. 23. Reports that the
Omh. , McmDhl
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iavcnwortn ...I pnrcvfport .... i
Keokuk I '...I .INathvill I
Cairo 6 0 ... 7'Nw Orleans, 14
hi !ult ',. i !i Fort bmith.
I'miburii .. .1 O V; l.ltlte Kock ... ...
Lnivall't Bluff.... I ... Florence . ...... I...
Below standard, tllelowhltjh water.
Official. THOMAS I.. WATSON,
Observer SI. Ser. U.S.A.
Memphis, Nov. H3. Weather clear and
pleasant. River rising slowly. Departed
usl night: Sim Hale ana Shannon, Hew
Orleans; John Kyle, St. Louis. Departed
to-day: Continental, Nnw Orloant; Dul
ler and Chester, St. Louis; ldlewlld,
Kvensviue; Uardaneiie, Arkansas river.
St. Louis, Nov. 2:1. Arrived: Alice,
Missouri river; i-nondshlp, Unlro. De
parted: Babbage and Durfef, Memphis;
Knuntz, New Orleans. New Boston,
Keokuk; Lady Lee, Vlcksburg. River
about stationary. Weather clear at.d
Eva.vsville, Nov. 23, Weather clear
and cold morning, plousant ufternoon
mercury :.'4 to ou. Klver fallen 0 Inches.
Down: Charmer, 3 a nv, Fayette. 10:3O.
Alary Ament, 2 p.m.; Grey Eagle, 3:30,
Up: Quickstep, 8 a.m. Business eood
Nashville, Nov. 23. River falling
very tiowiy, n ircnet on iiarpein moan.
Weather fair and milder.
Louisville, Nov. 23. River station
ary, 4 foot canal, 2 foot chute. Weather
clear and pleasant. Arrived: Mary Duv
ago and barges, Hornet and barges, St.
Louis. Departed : Davago for Pitts
burg; Peerless and Hornet have laid up
Memi-his, Nov. 23. The wrecking
boat',Eckert, arrived here to-night from
the wreck of the St. JIary's with ono hun
dred bales of cotton. All tho hides are off
tho boat, having been taken out with the
bedding doors, etc. She returned to the
wreck Monday to get tho remainder of
tbo cotton in the hold and the machinery
of tbe boat.
Pittsuuro, Nov. 23. Monongahela re
ceding with three loot water in ihetcban
nol. Henry Probesco will arrive to
night, and depart to-morrow for Cincin
nati. VicKsnURO. Nov. 23. Down: Gov
ernor Allen. Up: Unchita Belle. Frank
Pargood. weather clear and cool; river.
New Orlkan, Nov. No arrivals:
departed Minnesota, A. C. Wilson and
bnrgct for Cincinnati. Crescent City and
barget, Pauline Carroll, Andy Johmon,
'or St. Louis. Belle Leo for Memphis ;
weather clear and cool.
&c; kettle 8i8Jc. 6s of '81 16); 'C2 12
'64 121; 66 12; new '05 U 3-6; '07 Ul
'68 141; now ei 9; 10-40s JJ; cyB I3t;
uiuvi ve. money stringent, at nigh at
per cent Der dav: closed firm at 7. ftnlrl
sterling, quiet and steady 8J for eo
ubji anu i ior signi; gom miring tho fore
noon was scarce, and advanced from Hi
to I3, and loaned as high as per cent
per day, but In the afternoon It became
more plentiful and foil to 12I13 with
loans irom I 04 to Oat. Clearings 178,000;
tiennury aiioursemenis 31I.UW. Uovern
menu weak at opening, but firmer at clos
mg. Southern bondt dull and firm
liana: statements unfavorable. Stock
market opened weak at a decline of 1 to
percent at compared with closing prices
iaivnifr.nl, uui prices soon alter advanced
4 to I per cent, market belne strong till
midday and at closing advanco was last
In Northwestern. During the greater
part of the day slocks ranged from 145 to
155, 'and reported lettlements to the
amount, perhaps, of 1,000,COO
wore maae ai rrom par t
125 at board this aftern oon
3,300 shares, bought In under rule for
account Kenyon, Cox & Co. with whom
Danlol Drew is partner, at 200 cash and
3000 shares for account Boyd, Vincent
Co., successors to David Groesbeck, at
230 cash- Quite a number of settlements
were made between 200 and 230, the tatter
oeing me cioting price or the day. He nrv
omiiii ausoiuieiy reiutea 10 settle and
net share of stock was boueht in for bit
account. Vanderbllt is believed to be at
fcacK of Gould, from tbe fact that his ton-in-law
Horace F. Clark, is ona bnnrtim.n
in tbe Erie suit, its known that Smith la
short of the stock to an amount exceeding
30,000 shares, and that Drew Is in n simi
lar position as regard upward of 20,000
New Orleans. Nov. 23 Corn dull
and lower: mixed nd vellow C0r; whit
00(W,C2c Pork dull and drooping; men
ii ou. uacon uun ana ower. bUa.wrA
104c. Lard dull, ttercn RlfSia1r. 1 fir 1
Molasses declined Co: common 45c: fir
itmwc: good 64ra55c: nrlma tn
siricliy nr mo LtCaSMc: cho en fit
(3,fJ2c; others unchanged. Sterling
"i ngni t ditcount; gold 13j.
Cntton easier; sales 4,600; good ordinary
l'le; low middling 18Jc: mlddllni IQlr-
mlddling Orleans 191: receipts 2.74fc ex.
WYmtm t - 1 f . - , '
CniCAOO, Nov. 23. Cattle receipt 2..
no. , . 1
iio; more active ior rcsnipping Kraues,
air to good native f 4 7S(S;5 55: Texant to
packers 2 7Cffi3 55. Uoirs 14.800- actlv
and firm, common to good $4 104 40;
few extra $4 45(5.
New Orleans, Nov. 23. Arrived :
Crescent City and barget, and Shannon.
Receipts : Flour C.C93; corn 1,939 sacks.
31,107 bushels; oats 1,909; bay 188; bran
1,906; whitkey 112; pork 950; bacon 227
catkt, 119 boxes; bams 17 tierces; lard 89
tierces, 150 kegs; cotton 1,941. Flour
dull, tupert $5 25; good treble $7 G08;
choice extra $8 609 50. Corn dull at
6J(o,j4c. Oats dull at 4042c. Hay dull,
choice $28. Bran dull at $1. Pork dull
arid nominal, 114 75, bacon dull at oQ,
lOjc; bamt 16l8c Lurd dull, 81a,Jc;
kegt 10c. Cutton fair demand at I9jc.
Sterling 22; tight discount.
N ew York, Nov. 23, 12:1 5 p. m. Flour
quiet but tteady. Wheat quiet, 51 500
1 65; redfl 05l 70; amber $1 70t
Corn quiet, C40O4)c. Oats quiet, 6055c.
Receipts, Hour 13,000, wheal 118,000, corn
173,0o0. Pork nominal, $15 00; beU tie.
Lard quiet, 8gf38jc. Whiskey quiet and
Chicaoo, Nov. 23, 12:20 p.m. Flour
tteady with a fair demand. Wheat dull
and unsettled, spot firm; $1 101 09
1 09J December, $1 09 January; No I
SI 2o. Corn quiet; 3lc December; 32c
cash November. Oats quiet and steady
23j-3jc casb. Rye .trung and quiet, No
2 b!ia. Batley inactive and heavy, No 2
offered 63c spot: 02c December. Provis
ions firmer. Pork $12 CO December;
nominally $12 02 March, $13 60 spot
Lard quiet "J"c; cash 7'o Decem
ber; held 8c March. S P hams steady,
nominally unchanged OJQ.lOjc. Greea
meals firm, hams 7JSc; shoulders nom
inal 33,c; long clear 535Jc; S ribs
6o,Cu, talc 2,000; S ribs 25 days in salt
OJc. Whitkey quiet, held 89c.
Cincinnati, Nov. 23. Flour firm
J" 2507 60. Wheat firm at $1 4801 67.
Corn, old 40042c; new 38c. Oats tleadv
at 27055c. Cotton quiet at 18J19c.
WhUkey firm at 89c. Pork quiet t2 75
013; bulk meatt quiet; thoulders 4j04c;
ciear rib OJ0Ojc; clear 60Ojr; bcon
quiet; shoulders 6Jq clear nh 10c; clear
lOjc; green meau firm; shoulders 3jo;
clear rib 6jc; clear 6jc; bams 8 to 9c.
Hogs firm at $404 16; receipts 1,104.
Lard quiet but firm, steam 7Jc; kettle
St. Louie Nov. 23. Flour firm.
Wheat firm but slow, only small sample
lots selling. Corn easier 30Jc on track.
Oats quiet 23c on track. Rye firm 69c
Barley, no salet yet. Whitkey steady 90c
Pork quiet, small lots $13; dry salt in good
demand; packed lots, shoulders 4g04jc;
clear rib C07n; clear 707c. Bacon
more doing, loose clear OJc. Lard, noth
St. Louts, Nov. 23, Flour firm and un
changed. Wheat firm but very quiet; No
3 spring $1 05; No 4 red fall $1 60, Cum
dull and weak, No 2 mixed 33c; No 2
white mixed 3904Oc. Oat inactive, No
2 mixed 243025c; No 2 white 28028)c.
Ilarley very slow, No 2 C0O5c. Rye
firm, choice 69c. Pork unchangej, now
moss $13013 25; dry salt meat unchanged,
loose shoulders 4c; do clear rib 05c;
packed thoulders 4j0IJc; clear rib OJ0
7c; clear sides 707j, bacon quiet;
shoulders Ojc; clear sides 10c in order lots
Lard unchanged, prime steam 7jc. High-
wines steady anu urm at uoc. usttio un
enizooiic nravaus noro aro untrue, not a
tingle caso baa occured yet, to far as ran "tiled and -eak, fair and prime $30 4 60;
0 ..li.l.in ..nil Ultra V rJ. . t . lwmu u.llun flBM
be learned. That tho disease has not ap
peared here, is perhaps mainly owing
to the extraordinary precautionary meat
ures taken by alinoH nil our horse owners
to prevent it.
There is scarcely a stablo in the city
that has not been thoroughly fumigated,
and in which the best approved disinfect
ants are not constantly kept. The street
railroad companies, profiting by tbo ex
porionco of other cities, are also saving
their horses at much at possible by light
ening tholr labor and shortening time of
service No company in the city exacts
moro than four round trips per day of their
horsef, and somo only two trips. Transfer
companies, livery and sale stable keepors,
and all persons owning horses adopted
choice and extra $500, hogs active, firm
at $3 6004; packers paying $3 9004.
Chicaoo, Nov. 23. Flour quiet.
Wheat lets active and lower; No 1 spring
$1 100 1 20; No 2 closed $1 10); snot
$1 09); December 3 $1. Corn dull and a
shade lower; No 2 mixed sellers at 32c
spot; 3lc December. Oats steady; No 2
23i J3c. Rye scarce and firm; No 2 55
055c. Barley dull and a shado lower;
No 2 fall 03005c. Pork firm for cash,
$13013 50; December $12 60012 62,
Lard easier, 7c cash for December, Green
meats shade easier; hams 7J7jc; shoul
ders 8(083; short ribs 5106c.
New i'ohk, Nov, 23. Flour less active
super Western 15 900 0 30, common to
good $ii 900 7 05; good to choice $7 100
7 85. Whisky moro active and lower 04 u.
Whoat moro active but declined, No 3
Chicago spring $1 4401 45; No 2 $1 490
I i b; uu ituiiuwoiigru, uot, iio winter,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABH'N AVENUE AHD WALNUT
Or. n. K. Fields Informs tne public that be hs
en the corthweat aide of Tenth street at name
lilt Hublet will be famlabed with none hut th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with tare teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronise
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. iMM ,B
Our Homo Advertiser.
You can. buv six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Oildlna
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoe anc
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work In
truded to my care will be promptly at
tended to. .Shop In Perry Route, coraer 1
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.
a similar plan so thstt should tbo distem- I r"d Western $1 47. Kyo and barley un
nAV .t..,t unitn..i. ...in t.A tm. . changed, Corn lets active and a shade
'"' kv -' . nwar. lHiirnr mlv.H Irtlr- ..II Ur (l.ta
LIME I CEMENT I
CAVE GIRARDSAU AND ILLlJsU.
Commeroial-av., foot of aTMtb-t.
Beit quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at tbe
very IrwMt fltruree for cash.
HUM I WOOD 1 1 WUUDII
Tb naderturoKt will furoisk
Special repairers of tine and difficult
BAT O H
ALSO MADE TO ORDER.
OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN
Have also on hand a
Fine Stock of Jewelry,
Of their own and other Manufactures,
CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS.
SOLID SILVER WARE
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
Aud many unique aud attractive
SILVER PLATED WARE
At prices that defy competition.
TO THE rUBiaiO
Anticipating a decline In prices of
L 1L k,ind. fn.d delrouj that our cut
m!V l"'d know we aro determined
. ?JI7 uut our, l'.romle of cheap printing
we feel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that steady Increase or business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in business and
together with our advantages In the
purchase and selection of stock, out
ruitomers may rest assured we will try
to merit a rmt nii.n.. i .
Pi t00, VeJ"?,VIUj yur ttention to tbe
following revited list ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
2Jf.? , Vb PPf.r neatly executed-ac-S?,r.u.Tl0,11fe
Pcr.M W. For other
qualltlet add tue difference in the cost of tbo
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or name .lualltyo!
IP O S T E S
full Hbcet. half sheet, tjuartcr sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth .sheet at from rwto
U uu per 31
lly a careful examination ol the aboe list
our patrons will find that our
Der M t!i nntoT ivi .nnn..n
quality of paper; perone-haiOI $3 00to4 00.
?V.7 !?.-?...?? W,00to5 to. accord.
4&0tor,'fr0. H " wra,mrelM Pr
if M. according to size and weight, $0 OOto
' ?;. pcI one-half M, according to size and
welgbt, $3 O0to4 00.
per M $3 00to4 00, according to order.
urnlshed retail at wholesale price". Chat ge
or printing, 91 00to2 M) per M.
PBICES ARE LOWER
than those ol any ettabllthmcnt ot the kind
in St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
liuslness mcn will find the Hullktin the
best advertising medium In Southern Illinois.
(sheet 20x40, 8 co'urans) Is furnished to sub.
scribcrs at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list In
southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
man anj imjicr ever uciorc puuiistieu in
I '(m 1 iiamt Alilka M .nml.. In --
On Eighth Street, belwteo Commercial and Wash
tiiilou ATcnuea, la dl!r recelflnt;
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKBT FALL XVD WINTKR STTLIS
Iframca lull line ot
B02ST2STETS & HATB
ITnmmed ana uotrimmed,
FRENCH FLOWERS, RIBDON3, TRIMMI.NG8
of all kindf, Lacea, etc., ato,
Mrs. McOe hat alto a larga ataortment o
Faoer Article t, tucb a
NECK Tl.y, COLLABS. UNDKnHLEEVES,
HUFFS, UArlliEj, FANS,
And all other article uaually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee. In addition to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, liaxn tlnaonc and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Cuttom
Made Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Roots, Ulack and in Colon. These
arc acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes in the market, and this is the only
place In tbe city that makes them a apeclalty.
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
And every thing In our line of butlnet
CALL AND BEE.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
has opened oat aa eitntlre slock of
All at which areenlirelr new and of tbe Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TUE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aaaortment ol
LACKS, F&IXOES, KID OLOVXS, BOSISKT
and all articles usually kept in a flrat claaa mil
Mra, Nwaniltr In? Ilea the putlio to call an J 'n
pc;t her stock, whieh (he will take pleasure to
howlna to old as well as new cualon era.
TJ A D1T
Ilrt IVI j i j
-a rr -t- -m
-I i w .ej ,
11. M. IIULKfs,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Aud Dealer in Foreign Fruit & Nuts,
No. 134 Cominorcial-avo.,
And Dealer In
VEOETAHLES, FRUITS. EGOd, LARD
FRESil UUTTEU, ETC.
13" All Gooda warranted fresh, and sold
at tbe lowest prices.
Corner 0th St, andCommerclalAve,
THE 3$T3DW B'Z'aB'rJDAaC.
0OCIlM TAILtl AT WVOIMALI
AT H. O. THIKLSOKK'8 STORK
WAIHIM9TOV .ATM CSV sWWMtt tVtB
AMD ILITIMTS tnXBKT."
Ml ! ST SP . I C ts II
Our Pure SI
belnf at all