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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
REPORT OF THE BORDER DIF
THE PRESIDENT DEEPLY
TERESTED IN TIIEIK
NEW EDITION OF CIVIL
8ERVI0E RULES FOR
lOPINION OF THE TRIBUNE ON
THE LOUISIANA ELECTION.
KCflE PRESIDENT PAKDOXS A KU-
KLUX PKISOKlt OUT OK
THE A LI! AN Y PEN-ITENTIABY.
THE MESSAGE COMPLETED.
I Reported Etpeclaliy for the Cairo ltulictln.
Til BO ED KB THOCJILKS.
"Wasbi.voton, Nov. 21. The commit.
ioners to investigate the outrage on the
Rio Grande border, bare completed their
Report which it very long, they spent
Iwo houri with the preiident on the sub
ject yesterday, when he asked for many
kxplanations, taking deep Interest in it.
rho commissioners confined their investi-
tationi to a dittanco of Ave hundred
illei from the mouth of the Rio Grando
ivor to Rio Grande city, estimating the
Americans included within that limit to
lave suffered by Mexicani raidi, to an ox-
mt of $30,000,000, to lay nothing of the
burden committed by the Mexicani.
they think that if they had continued
heir investigations as far ai El Paso, It
rould have been discovered that total
Lsset, including thoie cauied by Indiant,
rould have-; Increased tho turn to 5100,-
00,000. They urge protection to tho
topic on the border by an incrcaio of
le cavalry, otherwiie a predatory war
rill remit. Tho appropria-ion for tho
pmmltiion it exbauited, but a new one
rill be made to continue tho commissun
prciecution of further inveitigation.
here li no doubt that tho preiident will
pge upon ongren prompt legislation In
The eitimatet for appropriation for the
txt nscal year are now completed,
hoi for tho money department aro
nailer than lait year, at are thoie of the
adlan bureau, which aro cut down a
a trior to a half a million, but there it a
light increase in the legiilatire, judicial
I id executive appropriation?, rendered
eceeiary by tbo increaio in tbo number
f memberi of tbo house of reprcsenta-
Ives ui.dor tho new apportionment act
ad enlargement of the number of cadet
ppointmentt in military and naval ncad
ules. All things coniidered the aggre
ate of appropriation! will be the iamo at
A new edition of rules and regulation!
prthe improvement of the clvil-iervice
pr application in New York hat juit been
sued. Several membort ot congreti and
ther politician!, who are oppoied to tho
ivll-iervlce policy, have been referred to
a executive order iisued lait April, in
rhich Preiident Grant tayi : "While the
igbt of all penont in official poaltioni to
ike part in politic! ii acknowledged, and
lection francbiie it recognized ai a high
rust to be discharged by all entitled to its
xerciie, whether in tho employment of tho
Iovernment or in private life, honesty and
fflciency, not political activity, will de
termine the tenuru of ofllco."
XU-KLUX I'KISONEIl PARDONED.
Preiident Grant yesterday directed tho
Issue of pardon to Reuben J. Young, of
Alabama, convicted in May 1 872, of being
Implicated in Ku-klux conipiracy, and
lentenced to ten yoar'i imprisonment and
pay a fine of 1,000.
New York, Nov. 25. A ipecial to tho
Nines from New Orloam tayi tho only
cling returning board coniiiting of
Cmiti. Lynch, Ilorron, Hawkins and
oogitreet havo since their appointment
been examining election roturns from ull
parishes of tho itato and as a result tlnd
, W. P. Kellogg for governor has a
aajority of 12,761. Thii alio olecti tho
inole Republican itato tickot. Tho Re
publican preiidontial electoral majority is
kbeut tbo tame as that of Kollogg. Tboro
also a handsome working majority of
epubllcan representatives olocted to both
BXTRIDUNK UN THE LOUISIANA ELEC
New York, Nov. 25, In relation to
Ibe reported detection of election frauds
En Louiilania, and the transfer of that
3tate from Oreeloy to Grant, in conic
tuence the Tribune says, if Governor
rarmouth or any penon has been en
gaged in tampering with tho roturns we
trust that ipeedy punisbmont may be
awarded for the orime against free imtitu
tioni thai committed. No ctndllates had
or could have In ny election en interest
great aa that of the. whole people
that their will may bo honestly expressed
and ibould bo honcitly recorded.
THE MESSAGE COMPLETED.
A Waihington ipeciet itatet that tbo
president's messago ii complotod in a rough
shape, and is to bo considered by the
cabinet to-morrow. It 3jfe not dc-claro in
favor of general amnesty.
a en, Tiur.
Wasiunoton, Nov. 5. Gen Terry
will take command of the deprrtment in
Dacotab, mado vacant by Gen. Hancock.
FIVE CITIZEN8 OF ROME AR
RESTED ON A CHARGE
OF HIGH TREASON.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESt&Yr NOV EMBER 26. 1872
' SUIT AGAINST DANIEL DllEW
I TO RECOVER 85.000,000.
THE POLITICAL' SITUATION
OF FRANCE GLOOMY.
FORTY GERMAN LAND PKOPBIK
TORS TO I1ECOME PEERS.
Reported frpscially for tlie Hulletln.
London, Nov. 25. A diipatch from
Rome to the Echo tayi Qvo perions who
were prominently connected with the
movement to bold a radical meeting In
that city yesterday have Lton arretted
and will bo tried on the charge of high
treason. No disturbance followed tbit ac
tion of the government authorities and the
city romains quiet. A case filled with
bombs for Rome hat been seized by tho
poll co at the station in Leghorn.
Paris, Nov. 25, The political situation
is gloomy, and it ii unlikely that tho dif
ference between tho president and tbo as
sembly can be arranged.
TO UE MADE PEEKS.
London, Nov. 20. A ipecial dispatch
from Derlin to the London Time sayi
forty land proprietors will probably be
olevated to the peerage.
Madrid, Nov. 25. A band of insur
gents, 200 strong, appeared within a
mile of Murcla. Another band of 100
destroyed the telegraph, railway station
and bridge at La Narrei.
THE STEAMER H. M. SHREVE
R URN ED AT CHESTER,
Reported Eiecially foi tlie'Calro Bulletin.
bTKAMER II. !. MUREVE BURNED.
St. Louih, Nov. 26. A dispatch from
Cairo reports that the steamer n. M.
Shreve burned at Chester, lilt., Saturday
night while coaling. No particulars ex
cept that no lives were lost.
St. Louie, Nov. 23. The iteamer H.
M. Sbrevo, which burned at Chester, III.,
wai owned by Carter & Conn, of
this city, and belonged to the Red river
line, but was temporarily in the Memphis
lino. Valued at 522,500; insured for
S.5,000 in Enterprise, Cincinnati, $2,500
each in Peabody, .Etna, Citizens, and
Franklin of Wheeling. She was bound
from St. Louis to Memphis, with 200 tons
of freight, the mostof which was insured,
but the companies have not been ascer
tained. She stopped at Chester to coal,
and jutt as tbo was backing out to leave
tho firo was discovered in tho carpenter
shop. A strong wind was blowing, and in
20 minutes tho was burned to tho water's
edge and sunk. The paiiengen Were all
laved and taken to Cairo on the George
C. "Wolfi and Suiie Silver, and the cap
tain and crow came hero on the iteamer
TWO MEN FATALLY STARRED IN
During a drunken affray at tho corner
of Pilbam and Cherry streets, about 1
o'clock this morning between a gang of
rowdies and thiovos, Thomas Delanoy
abbed William Lee in tbo abdomen, and
Thomas Donovan on tho left kidnoy.
Roth aro fatally inujred. Corcner Keenan
took their ante-mortem statements.
New Yokk, Nov.- 25. Tbo following
notices have been posted on .stock ex
chango bulletin and are of Interest to hold
ors of M. P. income bond :
"Tho Union Pacific R. R. are prepared
to verify in Ronton tbo income bonds of
the company. Such bonds are a L'ood de
livery only when tho following is endorsed
'Thin l a valid bond of the Union Pucillo
railroad company, to be bltrnu I by the treas
urer niiu one in mo lonowing permits, Oli
ver Ames .). M. S. William Jno. It. Dun. 11
K. Hates, 1 . Gordon Dexter, with date.
Said tignutureii Edward llrandon chairman
of the committee on securities Snw York
stock exchange. I he followliiL' Is tho dcci
loiut ot the committee on 'ccurltles in regard
to forced income bonds of the M. I. railroad
company. seller who have delivered
counterielt bomU must take them back and
give genuine bond for them without regard
to time elapsed, thev may however renulre
worn evidence that the bonds returned nre
tho identical bonds delivered.
Signed ErwAitn Ukandon,
Chairman of tho Committee on Securities,
New York Stock Exchange.
Memphis, Nov. 25. The horse malady
his caused a virtual suspension of business.
Depots aro filled with freight, which it is
impossible to deliver. A very few horses
are to be seen on the streets to-day,
WHITELAW REID IS INTER
VIEWED IN REGARD TO
THE CONDITION OF
HE IS NOT INSANE RUT NERV
TWENTY SQUARE MILES OF BUFFALOES.
EMBEZZLING PAYMASTER PARDONED.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY.
was $1,400,009. ?be suit agalnit tbo firm 00J; Pittsburg 80J; Northwest 160; Pfd j
In New York! has been compromiied by Cleveland and Columbus 88; Rock '
the payment of . "ArfW !
BUFF alow. sisslppi 47; Delaware and Lock 00; Hart-
Topeka. Ks.. Nov. 25. A diipatch i ford and Erlo 71: Indiana r.ntr.l Ml- '
Our Home Advortisers.
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
SUIT AOAINaT DANIEL DREW.
New Y'ork, Nov. 24. A suit hai been
initituted by the Erie railway company
againit Daniel Drew, to recover $5,000,000,
alleged to have been embezzled by him
while trcaiurer of tho company in 18i8,
by tho lalo of $50,000 shares of watered
us. oreeley's condition.
New York, Nov. 25. A morning
paper publishes to-day the story current
in newspaper oircles for nearly a week,
that Horaco Greeley is insane, and says he
it now an inmate of tho asylum at White
Plains. Tho tamo paper makes public an
interview with Wbitclaw Keid, managing
editor of tho Tribune, in which that gen
tleman is made to say in answer to ques
tions: "Greeley has been under medical
treatment for some time. He is always
eccentric in manner, and very likely
might be considered by some as stark mad.
but is simply nervously prostrated. For
months prior to the death of his wife, he
did not sleep an hour a night, and
since her death hai been in the tame
condition. In answer to the question, is
it true that Greeley drew a knilo on one
of his fiiendi, l'.eid is made to answer by
interview: "I tell you Greeley has done
nothing which, to those who know him,
seems strange. He is always an eccentric
man, and at best, acts as if be were queer,
but now when nervously prostrated,
strangers might think him crazy. I have
seen him positively furious when a first
proof has been brought him instead of a
rcVise, but I know and understand him."
Reid tald that Greeley, notwithstanding
loss of sleep and Hppetite, was in general
good health, and made the request of the
Aportcr to say he was only nervously
prostrated. There was no good in saying
more. Greeley has bad enough to worry
him, but what he needs ii quiet and rest.
Boston, Nor. 25. Steamship Batavia
arrived to-day from Liverpool, having on
board Capt. Belle, first and second mate,,
and 6 of the crew of tho bark "Charles
Ward," wrecked during the hurricane of
the 18th, on a voyage from Quebec to
Sunderland, England. The remaining 11
of crow wero lost.
The Express baa assurance that Greeley
is not in tbe very bad state of health in
dicated by tbe story published this morn
ing, though he is unable to be at bis post
or to perform editorial duty. It dis
credits the ttalcinent made, and hopes
toon to see him restored in health, and
with spirit enough to striko back at those
wanting in magnanimity.
orxeley'b Lots or rkahon.
New York, Nov. 25. Tbe Express
tay i tho club rooms are full of goitip
about Mr. Greeley't Ion of reaton a
paralytic attack, leeking an aiylum at
Bloomingdale, etc. Wo discredit tbem
all and with soon to tee bim restored to
health. Mr. Sinclair, publisher of tbe
Tribune, stated to the Express reporter
to-day, that Mr. Greelty'i mind was not
seriously affected, and ho was suffering
only from nervous prostration. Another
interviewjr obtained from tho Tribune of
fice the statement that they knew nothing
of Mr. Grceloy's insanity or of bis being
placed in an asylum. He has been much
disturbed for some days and greatly pros
trated, but when last heard from, he had
sufficiently recovered to be able to eat
regularly and converse with friend?. Mr
Greeley is in need of rest and seclusion
from annoyance of visitor!, or cares ot
business. The weight of political excite
ment upon hla mind has been depressing.
I. O. O. V. DEDICATION.
Atchinson, Nov. 25, Tho Lodges of
Odd Fellows of this city will dedicate
their large and beautilul new hall to-day,
The grand siro of the order in America,
Dr. C. R. Logan, who was ono of the char
ter members, and first "noblo grand" of
Friendship Lodge in this .city, will con
duct tho ceremonies and deliver nn ad
drcsi. In the afternoon tho officer of tho
grand lodge of tbo state, will ulio be pres
ent as well as largo delegations from other
lodges in many purls'of Kansas and Mis
souri. Tho ceremonies will consist of a
procossion in tbo afternoon, tbo for
mal dedication of tho ball and a grand
banquet will bo given at night. Tho hall
is pronounced the finest in the atito if not
in tbo Wost.
Boston, Nov. 25. Another body was
found to-day, but has not been Identified,
The suspension Is announced of Frank.
lln, Snow & Co., and Hall, Myrick and
Co., all of whom are fish dealers. Tbe
revenue fraud case against Wm. P. Weld
it Co. it said to have been compromised
by tbe defendants paying into tbe United
States treasury $40,000. Tbe amount
originally claimed by tbe government
from Ft. Dodge says a construction train
on A. 3c H. F. railroad, ran Into a Herd of
buffaloes to-day, covering an extent of
country ll mllet long by two miles wide.
The valleys are full of hunters, 1,400 buf
falo bidet and saddles wenK brought Into
Ft. Dodge to day.
Wash inoton, Nov. 25, United Sates
vessels have not been ordered to&ansibar
to co-operate with the British expedition,
as stated in a special to the New. York pa
pers. MEADE 8 SUCCESSOR.
Gen. McDoT'ell hat been appointed
major general in the place of Meade and
ordered to the department of the South.
Gen. Hancock is ordered to the depart
ment of tbe Atlantic.
Paymaster Haze, sonteiced to ten years
imprisonment on the chaige of embezzle
ment, has been pardoned )y tbe president.
URtTlSII rORCES WITHDRAWN.
New York, Nov. 25. A special from
Washington says the BrLish forces havo
been withdrawn from islmd San Juan in
accordanco with the BerliLdeciiion.
Walter S. Griffith, an oh merchant and
second vice-president of tlo chamber of
commerco, died at Brooklyi to-lay, aged
Ciiicaoo. Nov. 25. 11 a. jr. Hoes, re
ceipts for Sunday und Monday 18,7'-"; fair
demand, j-iuio; lower x:reme range
ti(n'A 37; packers paying $4 104 16:
shippers paying $4 IKaA 26; tew at
$4 S(&4 35. Cattle receipt 1,787; very
dull; packers buying few Texn; prices un- j
New York, Nov. 25, 12:10. Mess
pork $10 (X1. Lard steady a 8c. Flour
quiet ana sieaay. wnea. quiet ana
steady at $1 491 65; red winter $1 05
(5,1 70; umber do 70(51 75. Corn
quiet and steady at C4c. Cats quiet and
steady at 5l(o,55c. Iteceptt : Flour
12,090; wneat hm.uuo; wrn-.i'ii.uw, oats
45,000. Gold 12,. "Whisker dull and
heavy, nominally 94c.
St. Louis, aio, ov. wj. iiour
firm, medium and higier grades.
Wheat urm tenuing up, o 1 spring l-
20; Mii lan $i ijb. lorn tncnanceu aut
(ajSlc east track. Oats unchanged 25c eleva
tor. Hyo no sales. Barlev quiet, No 2
spring C3c. "Whiskey steadj 90c. Pork
quiet tis; ary tan easy;snou:aert -sic; ciear
rib GJq clear 7c. All puked bacon no
change, and little doing. Ltrd quiet 7 c
uiiiCAOo. nov. 25, i:zv p.m. riour
quiet. Wheat dull and unsettled; spot
steady tl 101 10; $1 0001 09 Decem
ber; 1 09i)l 09 January; Au 1 i i(n)
1 'JO. Corn easier, 31 jc casn ilarcn; ji je
December, 313c January. Oats steady,
fair demand; 23f3,233c cash; 23 De-
cember; 2424 January. Rye
strong and quiet, onerings ugnt;
No 2 65c Uarley nrracr ana quiet, no i
G3c spot and November; No 3 21c.
Provision! dull and easier, pork nominal
at $12 50 March. Laid quiet and nomi
nal at 7c caib; tc February; 73c March;
no sales, b V nami iteaa y ana unccancea;
green meats easier; sales bami 7lc for 15-
lGc average December and January;
other products neia at previous prices.
Urenea noes, icarcoiv any ouereo nom
inally $4 504 75. Whiskey quiet, held
Cincinnati. Nov. 25. Flour $7 20
50. "Wheat firm ; old $1 42143, new
1 38(3U 39. Oati quiet 27ffi35c. Cotton
quiet, middling 18(yl0c. Whiikoy firm
89c. Pork, quiet 1-Jl3c; hulk meats
quiet, but steady, ahuulders 4; ciear rib
o; clear cic; oacon quiet, inouiaers o;
clear rib 9; clear lOJq hogs steady $4 00
(a,! VI. uuik oi tales iu(a)4 vi, re
ceipts 18,003. Lard firm, steam li; kottlo
. P . 1 , .1 - 1 ,ln.
7c. ureen jicaisquiei, tnoui"" "iiuoj;
sides 5; bams 7tMc.
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 25. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat quiet nd weak; No
1 tprlng $1 20; No 2 $1 10 spot;
$1 08 December; No i . Corn
lower, iio i mixea Ji-rifc spot; jijc
December. Oats steady; Zo'i 23c. live
scarce and firm; No2 56& Barley steady;
No 2 62i03c. Provislms in fair de
mand at lower rates; mas pork steady,
1314 spot; December eisier, $12 25
12 50. Lard in fair demsnd, 77c spot
or December; 7c Januar;. Green meats
in fair demand; hams 7-' spot; shoulders
3j(3Jc spot; long cleir ffic; short
rib middles 5l6c. Biik meats 15'i5
days, old shoulders 4i. Whiskey aull
and lower, 88c.
JSkw ioRK, nov. 15. f lour mod
erately active, super $5 )0G 30, common
to good X $0 907 05; ood to choice
$7 107 80; white wb(at X 17 90855.
Whiskey heavy and lover. Wheat heavy
and lower; No 3 Chicito spring $1 450
1 40; No 2 $1 481M); white western
$1 05. Ryo firm, wistern 8Cc afloat.
Barley dull. Corn huvy and lower,
steamer mixed C8c; sal 03)04c. Oats
quiet, old western mixed 6052c; new
4952c; white 5255c. Sugar dull, re
fining yj10c. Molassei quiet; New Or
leans B085c. Pork dul, men $16; prime
mesi $K. Beef qulot, nev men IOIOJc;
new 12c; cut meats quiet shoulders 6c;
middles more active, longand short clear,
clear January and Fobriary 7c. Lard
weak, no 1 to prime steam 8Sc; kettle
New Orleans, Nov. 25 Flour dull;
irood to choico treble $707 60; family
iS 75fai 9 50. Corn easiei; mixed COc;
wbito and yollow G06lc. Gats firm 41
(ol43c. 1J ran advanced tl CbOKl 074
Hay dull; prime $20; cnoice $28 60. Pork
dull and nominal; mess $14 60. Bacon
dull and lower o(u,9io. Hams sugar
cured 16lPc. Lard dull; tierce 8J8i.cj
kec 10(?)l0lc. Sugar dull and lower; in
frrior GGlc; common CJ"c; fair to fully
89c; prime 77c. -Molaisos rcc'ti lib
eral, prices declined, common 404Sc; fair
48a50c; prime to itrictly prime 5268c;
cboico B9fa)eic. wniiKey ongpvc. vou
fee UifSUHlc Sterling 22; sight 1 die
count: sold 133. Cotton firm, tales
87,000; good ordinary 17c, low middling!
181c; mlddlloft Itc; middlings Orleans
191. Recolpti,7,91B;'eaporti: Coaitwiie
2,G73; continent 4,64; etock 133,057.
New Yoik, Nov.- 23. Money firm
gold steady at I2ltt governments dull
and hcavv: state bonds verT fiuiot: stocks
verv stronir. W U 7Ti; rcWc 88; Water
nower 40: Adams 01; Fafsto 84; America
681; U S 78; N Y Oft Xrle 62; Pfd
71; Panama lsa; u e,W, Lane Shore
Havana and St. Joienh 'J9
New York, Nov. 25, 1250 p.m.-OoId
H; U. S. 6s 81 15J; do coupons 161G;
6-20s of 02 12l2; do 64 I2J12; do 05
123J; do G5, new Issues 14lg; do 07 16
16; do 68, coupons 16; l0-40s 88; do
coupons 88; currency Cs 1313 sterl
ing exchange M10J; new 6s 9.
New York, Nov. 25. Money dear on
rail at 7 per cent per annum to 1-16 par
day, with bulk ot business at 1-321-IG
and latest loans 7 gold to 1-32. Morllng
firmer 88 long; 1010 short sight.
Gold firmer, opened at 12; touched 13;
closed at 1313j; carrying rates 27
per cent. Treasury disbursements 220,.
000. Governments quiet and firm.
State bonds dull and steady. Stocks
active with frequent fluctuations; further
lettlementt mado in Northwes'.ern itock.
4,000 shares bavo been bought in under
the rule at 149 to 200 on account of Drako
and other!, who disclaim liabilities as
principals. It it rumored that Gould and
Smith nre no acting together and
victimizing tho itreet. In regular deal
ings during the day prices vt:ried from
149 to 190, and fractional loll 130145.
Cs of 8I 16; '62 12 j: '64 12; 65 I2;
new '05 14; '67 16; '68 16; new 6s 9;
10-401 8: cy Gs 13; Mo., Cs blank.
Itiee anil Full r Ike niter.
St. Paul. ."J
Davtnport ......l 4 4
Cairo ......!& !...
St Louis ..!4 8
Pimburg '3 J 1
DuvaU't liluff. ...I...
. .Shreveport ...
J Fort Smith. ...
. Little Koclc....
Ilow standard. tDelow high water.
Official. THOMAS L. WATSON,
Observer Slg. Ser. U S. A.
Louisville, Nov. 25. lliver station
ary, 4 teet canal, 2 reel cuute. weather
cloudy and mild, rained last night.
Arrived : Lawrence, JUcmpoit; unarmer,
Kvanivllle Nashville, Cincinnati. De
parted: Lawrence and Charmer, Cincin
nati; Nashville, Memphis; Hornet No 2
and barges, Pitttbuig. The gatet and
new lockt will be in order for boats to
past through by Thursday and Friday.
EvapVILLE, Nov. 25 Weather cloudy
and mild, mercury 40, river fallingtlowly.
Up: Arkansas Belle, 9 pm; Fayette 9
am; Morning Star 10; Arlington 5pm.
Down: Bowling Green, 11 n m; Le
Clairo No. 2, 11 a m; Mary Anient, 5 p
m; Arkansas Belle, 0 p m. Business
St. Lodis, Nov. 25. Arrived: Hyatt,
Ohio river. Departed : La Barge, Vickt
burg; Mollio Moore and Glasgow, New
Orleans. River falling slowly. Weather
cloudy and cold.
Memphis, Nov. 25 Weather cold and
raining. Kiver falling slowly. Departed
last night: W J Lewis, Joe Kinney, St.
Luke, Bee and barges, St. Lnui.; City of
Alton and James Howard, Cairo.
Pittsburo, Nov. 25. Monongabela 3
foot 4 inches strong; about stationary.
Crrio Brooks departed for Wheeling.
Weather warm and cloudy, with occa
sionally Indications of rain.
New Orleans, Nov. 25. Ariived: H.
S. Turner; Tom Jasper, St. Loui; O. B.
Church, Cairo. No departures. Weather
cloudy and warm.
ViCKsnuRO, Nov. 25. Down: May
flower, Mary Alice and barge, Sam J.
Hale, and Ouchita Belle. Up: Belie Leo
and P. W. Strater. Weather clear and
cool. River falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 25. River seven
feet and rising. Lawrcnco is expected
from Memphis; Edward Hobbi from St.
Louii passed up to Wheeling with barge's.
WAsniNOTON, Nov. 25. In tbe North-
wost and over upper lakes and thence to
the Ohio valley variably southwesterly to
northwesterly winds and generally clear
weather. For Tonnessee, Kentucky and
Gulf states northwesterly winds with
clearing weather in former but generally
cloudy weather and occasional light rain
in latter states. In the South Atlantic
states light variable southeasterly to north
easterly winds with partly cloudy weather.
Un tho lower lakes, tnonco over .Middle
and Eastern states southwesterly winds,
cloudy weather with occasional light rain;
clearing to-night on the lakes. Warning
signals continue at Rochester, Buffalo and
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial uvenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of tho
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
the public. ,o.iW am.
'72. FALL AND WINTER '.3.
C. H AN NY.
S T U I P 15 8,
KENTUCKY JEANS, rZTBA,
BLACK ALPACAS .
GilOS 'JKA1N SILKS,
LAll'JK STOCK OF GAlitMTlNG
si la Eatlr Hlaeit
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNKK 8TH ST. AND COMMERCIAL-A V.,
i Hi u
NEW YOKK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOKtT VAH1XTT MOCK IM TUB CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Hlaiteaflt afreet and Com
i'ititrtvred HaraU II, Smhii.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AKFORD. President;
8. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
H. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. BiacLii,
P. 11. BrocxruTH.
R. 11. CissMoim,
J. M. Paititn.
Pin. O. Bcmcb,
il. P. Haixidai,
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
throe and one-half libs. Priino
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea. Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
l oung Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Dcpoalta at any Araoiit Iteeelyetf trots
Test Centa Upwards.
JMTKKEST paid on deposit! at the rale of six
percent, yet annum, March Inland Spttn
r Ul. Interest not withdrawn It r.dded Imme
diately to tie principal of the deposit, thereby
glvlDK them compound inierent.
MARMKO YTOMBH AMD CHILDRKV MAT
to that o oaa ius car oaaw it.
Open ererr builneii dar from u a. in. to 3 p.m.,
aad Setnrdar areninx lor HA VINO DEPUSITa
oair, rrom so o ciock,
TO THE IFTTBISrd.
Anuelpatloc decline la prleoa of
p all kinds and deslrooa that our tua.
tomert thould know we are deteralaid
to carry put our promises of cheap prlntljw
we feel It our duty to make a i""1"
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICKS
believing that a steady increase of busineaa
wur tie an eaulvalent.
With our long experience In business and
tojreUier with our advantages In the
purchase and selection ofatoek, out
cuttotnera may rett attured w wUl try
to merit a continuance of their very liberal
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on f ood 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size perM 4 SOtoO so. for other
qualities add tbe difference In the cost of the
PPr,Flat Cap or tame lualityof
L0L' F.0,l'J,erM W"00 ; P' one-tall'
M 12 60 to 3 60.
IP O S T E "JEit S
full theet. half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from 12 Bo ta
20 00 per 31.
iiy a carenu examination ol tbe above li
our patrons will find that our
per 31 95 00to7 00, according to tice aad
quality of paper; perone-halfM 93 OOtoi 09.
on ordinary size per M 94 OOtoS 60, acoerd
Ing to style and quality. Commercial par X
94 60to.'i 60.
per 31. according to slie and weight, 9ft OOto
1 00; per one-half M, according to ataa and
weight, 93 00to4 00.
per 31 93 O0to4 00, according to order.
urnished retail at wholesale prices. Chaite
or prlnUng, 91 OOtoJ 60 per M.
PBICE8 A.33,:E3 liOWSH
than those ot any estabUthBient ol the ko4
In St, Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
-A- D -V E JRj T I S 1 2JT Q-
Uutlness men will find the Bcturrat the
best advertising medium In Southern X111
noli. OTTR "yvUBKLT
(sheet 20x40. 8 cohimns) U fumlahed ta
scnuera at ue low rate oi
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription Ust In
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever belore published ta
Cairo, eri new clubs art coming In tvary
W. FITSLOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W. p. HA1.L1DAY, Prealdeot;
BENHT It. HALLIDAY, Vice-PrMdni
A. U.HAKKOHU, Cubleri
WALTK It UYHI.OP, AtUlant Cashier.
Btaati Tatlob, Kositt H. CvKjuunm,
HuriT I.. llALUDAT. W. P. UALtlDAT.
Oto. I). WliUAKSoa, BriraM Bia
A. b. atrroap.
Eietsauae, Cotss atsd United ntalea
Boada itvttcbt aad tsuld.
KPO-SITH recelfed, and a general lianklni
On Elf hib Street, between Commejxlal aad Week
ngioa ATtnuea, it aaur reeeivief
NEW MILLINERY GOUD3
LATX8T TALL AXO WISTTXR BTTLM
Uetidtaatill line of
I Trimmed and uatnmoed,
FRENCH FLOWERS. RIBUONa, TRIMtfUtOt
of all kinds. Lace, etc.. etc.
Mrt. MeOee haa aleo a large aeeertaaeat o
Fancy Articles, snob a
.NECK T19, COLLARS. UNDEkSLESVEB,
KUPFH, BASHES, FANS,
And all other article! usually louad la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINBBT 8TOBK
Fancy and Millinery Goods, has a Onsona and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Lad let and Mlttes' shoes and Chil
dren' Hoots, Black and in Colon. That
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes in the market, and this la the only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAN I P. L UVHV, Presidents
KOREKT. MtL.jtt. ViufPreiidtal
C. ii. UUGUE8, Caaoler.
COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank aotoa aad Uaited
Stale eecurltle booahl aad told.
lataraal AUaweal aa Tlaaa Deaaelta.
FOB SALB,rflj.OB SAL,
S-OB BALE. ForBai I l"OB BALL
Kara from LivurooL,
faro from LovscasimBT
Kare from Olamow,
Vara from QuuniToWM
TO CAIRO, titi:::: 949 i
afard, Mem a Oa
MRS. M. 8WANDER,
tea opened oat aa extenslre ttoek of
AU ot ableh are entlrelr new aad of the varv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPUSkB
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elecaal aeeonmeas oi
LAcxa, FEixoaa, kid olotu, lOilUT
sod all article aiaalljr kept la a ant-elee tail.
Mra. ieander lavllea the public t call and In
pe:t lr stock, whieh (he will lake aleaeurela
fcowlM old a well a new cutter er.
GREEN k GILBERT,
OOUSBLORS AT LAW,
;:i!2S'b7ri.l CAIRO, IU.UI0U,
aarfleeei. atsaattoa gla ta IdatliaWy tad
aailal lIMI WTWL Bttatl