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PARTICULARS 01' Til k death
BEDSIDE OP TJIH
DYlNd MAN. .
OVERWHELMED WITH GRIEF
AT THE LOSS '01'
resolutions or SYMPATHY
ADOPTED MY VARIOUS
THE FUNERAL TO TAKE l'l.ACK
WO II I H
"I RK.tOlCF., mil I KNOW THAT
MY SnVlOlJK LI VK'l'H."
LARUE CltOWI) OF SYMPATHIZ
ING FKIENOS AT TIIK
Till Hl'NF.OFr ICE.
Ilcjiorli'il (Specially foi thu Cairo lliilletin.
Iikatii or Mu. aitr.tLKV.
Nr.w Youk, Ni.v :ia--Mr.(lr.-ly died
nt ten nnniitrs l.UHVeii lull Vi'tilug,
tixu-one yi-ui, fiif.u months HfiJ twenty,
Til It WATCH Kits.
At lit O'clock ther wero wulchers
around the bedside ol Mr. ( 5 rcelcy El
ward Curpt-iiler, of CliHjipaijUn ; Mrs.
Ltinpion, un old fiicnd; Mr. Knd Mrs.
Stusrl, WhiltUw Ueid him) I il.t Creoley
liu ly in u stutu of luOinrgy, ii is fueo
wearing the old smile"
11 M LAST WORDS).
Tbo last words liu spoke on rarih were,
"I rrjolce, for 1 know that my Savior liv
cth." WHO KEMAt.NKD WITH TIIK UUDT.
Of thoso that were iii the Luu.u nt the
death sceiir, only Mis Ida, Miss i.nmp
ton, Mr. Carpenter, mid tbe family wL.u
guest lie wui, remained to walch over tho
illustrious dead. Tliu others departed
ihurily after the spirit bad left tho body.
Hit LAST MoMUM.I,
Nkw Youk, Nov. 30. Account! pub
liihtdof Mr. Circuity's lust moments rep
resent bim to buvo been unconsciuus dur
ing tbe dy Ai is utual in cues ol iull mi
tnutioii of ll.v bruin, liti physical u tier
ing wai extremely slUht, and morbid ac
tion of tbu mind wm evident from exterior
AM OLD THteNli CALL.-.
At & o'clock an old family friend, knows
at Auntie Lawson, entered ni.il approach
ed Mr. Greeley i bed. He was tben
aroused by a friend, who asked, " Jo ou
know wtio tliii is1' Ho sitid "jes,"
tretclied up bund In reelinc;, und
tben relapsed into bit reverie. I.aier bo
Wat aked, "Do you ki uw that you are
dying?" and in a munner without terror
or emotion bo answered, Yes." Again,
when asked if ho recognized Mr. Ueid, he
looked up with immediate ri'Ca'liitioli, und
lifting his bund grasped Mr. Keid's feebly,
laying distinctly, " Yet. ' When asked if
bo wai in pain liu laid liii bund upon hi
brcait, but witbout otherwise replying,
and returned to u semi-unconscious tnl,
laying with closed i-ycs mid hand, wriie
timet twitching nervously.
II IS UtCAMK U.VKAsT.
At hiilf.pmt lir ho stirred uneasily arid
began to mutter Indistinctly something
which tho friends around blm could not
catch. His daughter Id. Mr. and Mr.
Stewart, Mr. Carpenter, Dr. Choate and j
Auntie Litwson wuro In tho room anxious
to hear bit Imt words. Mr. Greeley in
distinctly murmurol for a while, and at
last feobly said: "It is done." Tlir ws
no evidence of pain in tho but moments.
Tbo laco hardly changed, only nettling u
littlo into a look of perfect pence. Dr.
Cboute was by tho bUido, and putting
hi hand to Mr. Greoby's bunrt said : ''ilu
It gone '
Tbo reinaint uoro dressed and laid to
await removal in tho parlor, while it fow
friunJs remiincd to watch through the
night bosido him. Hit reinaint will bo ut
Mr. ChouloN liousg to-day, und to-morrow
night will probably bo brought to this
Tho presont intention is to bury him
Irom Dr. Chupni's Churjh on Tuesday;
but tho programtno may bo changed to
uit the desires of such public bjdiet as
propose to tuko part in tho ceremony.
THE C'AUSK OF lll.i II.L.NK.SS.
Nuw Youk, Nov. ai). In mi nccount
narrating ut length tho cloning days of
tho Into Mr. Greeley, ho it suid, during
bis western tour, to hitvo never slept over
tour hours ut u time, und through tho day
ho would often doo in tbo car und catch
anatcheg of tloep. Upon hi return to
Nuw York, bis wifo was found to bo rap
idly fulling, and it was while passing
sleepless nlglits at liur ledtido that ho
first begun to show algni of gnat mental
dnpression. On ono occasion wliilu tho
opposition pross was criticising his Pitts,
burg speech, ho mid : "If they niuko tho
issuo that 1 am a Hobcl candidate,
I ii m bound to bo dofcalnd."
This consideration scorned to weigh
on hi mind. Often when bo supposed bo
was ulono ho woild put his bunds to bis
bead and cry out, "Oh," us though suffer
Int' Inlcnso pain. At length when his
wifo died ho began to show manifestations
of grout grief, and it was then ho is said to
bttvo thnwn thn first posltivo ovidonco of
. HIS FAMOUS CARD.
Ono day after printing his famou edi
torial card, nn editorial articlo upponred
in tho Tribuno which was beiidod "Con-
trig his history of tbo AmerlcRo conflict
Ono dny later while in conversation
with n friend Lo became visibly utfeclcd
and Mild (touching n remark us to his can
dldature) "1 don't caro for policies Htid
wouldn't go on tho cars lo Wushlni;toii to
gt tho commission hi president. What 1
do feel Is tho loss of my wife, wh has
been my companion nearly forty yours,
I have watched by her !odido night und
duy, and now I miii completely worn out
and proMrulcd from itnxluiy mid want of
IHK NOVKMIIKU Kt.KCTtON
Mjemlngly did not interett him. ills dc
f jut did not seem to Mirpil'u him. Ho de
ceived his friends by receiving tho news
vlth perfect IndilFerencMon November 8th.
VlMlTINIt' AT HlH HOMK.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 30. On November
lo Mr. Greeley was ut bis homo In Chup
pa'I jh, and prominent Liberal Itepubllcuns
from Connecticut lilted him and found
him In veiy broken health. A con versa
lion w as had in regard to tho campaign,
hut Mr. Greeley manifested unconcern on
tho niljet.t, nnd to hn inquiry whether
under tho circumstances it would bo better
lor tho Liberal Itepublicati cotnmlltet
to lakn iU-u at oticu toward tbu maintain
atici und consolidation of their orgaiiiKu
tioii or remain ipiiel for tho turn of
yVents, he very promptly replied : 'bet
ter keep quiet but beyond this there wm
nothing tu indicate that hi' tell any inter
est in current events.
!irTI.KM AMI) HAUUAKU.
Alniut this, timo liu fecmed retle and
haggard In appeurunce. His fmuity
plOtician recognized his condition, and at
once remitted to tho inot energetic treat
ment. A t first it teemed hi though the
malady would yield. Medical tnmiment'
however, proved inefficient. On Novem
ber i!0, It wus decMrd to remove him to
tin rtrsidetico of Dr. Chout, ii"tr l'f aant
ville. 1Iii removal pri. nted u ery uf
feeling n-tnu to thore who witnessed the
bedding of tears. Th'jiicefurwatd do-.
velopmei.t. of his disease gradually con ,
tinned to tn) end.
MOUK.NS Tilt: IIRATH Of OKCKLKV.
Almost tho entire city mourns tbu
death of Mr. Greeley. On public buildings,
hotels, tiuv,prtp"r otlices und man' privutc
residences, and on the ships fljgs are dis
played at half matt. Peelings of grief are
not c nil lied to tbe personal friends of tbu
deceased, A prominent Republican in
l'nru row, was the tint to bang out a Aug
appropriately draped with tho inscription
'Horace Greeley, it it done. The nation
mourns I" It i coins that the luncral will
tuko placu Tuesday, from Dr. Cbupln's
church, but the arrangements have not yet
A Loss TO TIIK WHOLE WORLD.
New Yokk, Nov. 30. The Liberal
ciuti in tint city, of which Greelev uns
president, met this uvening and passed
resolutions exprerslvo of regret at bis
death, which wus characterized as a loss
not only to tho country but to tbe whole
at thi: Tniuu.vK omce.
During tho day crowds gathered at the
Tribune oUico inquiring for the latest
news. Mr. .Sinclair ut tbreo o'clock re
ceived a dispatch announcing the alarm
ing condition of the deceased, and an hour
afterward onu reading: '-Come immedi
ately or all will be over." He tben started
fur l'leamntvillo but did not jivelo tbe
public the neut he had received. The
cruw'd remained until H o'clock v. hen the
RESIGNATION OF LE FRANE.
QUIET REIGNS IN
RAVAGES OF THE CHOLERA
OP TIIK INSURGENTS
" iN bPAIN
THE G Kit MAM GOVERNMENT KM
I'll ATIOA LLY DENIES THAT
IT II AS OKDKHKD THE
OP GKN. M A U
Reported Epoclallfor the Rulletln.
I'aihh, Nov. 30, Tho Assemblymen's
approval of tho resolution of Minister Du
favres bin hud a quieting efleel, and tran.
quillty now prevails.
LonIion, Nov. 30, Rattle's icaohed
Guild Hall at 1:30 p. m., and was enthu
slasticnlly recclvrd. Tho pedestrian made
a'n appropriate nddrcss.
St. Pktkriiiuho, Nov. 30, A dispatch
from Khiva, reports that cholera is raging
in that cilv.
UkhM.v, Nov. 30. Tho Gorman go--
emrncnt authorizes an emphatic contra
diction ofthu report lelcgrtphed from
Paris to London that (ten. MunteuW, cum
mnrider of the fiorrnan forces In France,
had been ordered to concentrate his forces
in ci.io i f certain contingencies.
Madhih, Nov. rtO. At a fight In Murcn
thlrty-thrco insurgents were killed in Ma
log. Twerity-three Wero lelt deud upon
the Hold. Forty persons have been ar-r.-tt'-d
for complicity in tbe ritlng at He
Pahi, Nov. 30, 10 p. m. It It an
nounced this evening thut Lo I'rane has
tendered bis resignation to the president.
Tho ministers are now closeted with
tbo South avail Itself of the opportunity
to make Its vote for Grant uiianutilmous
In the spirit of that cause of reconciliation
of which Greeley wa wblle.llviriar, and to
tbo latest tnomunt Of his useful life, a
heroic and oToquefit exponent. Tho death
of Mr, Greeley is universally regretted,
MoNTOoitKUY, Ala, Nov. 30, The
action of Gov. Lewis In communicating
with tho bolters and promising co-operation
with thorn In legislation, Is severely
criticised by tho people, who say that he
assumed lo create u legislature where, for
want r.f n quorum, noim misled btiforo
Much excitement exists, but the legislature.
Ml tbu oiiiitol, having in both branches
been called to order by the ofllcers, and
means provided by tho constitution of tbo
Hale, ond being composed only of men
holding regular certlllcatcs of election
having been olficiully recognized by Gov.
Lindsoy, who was governor of Alabnmu
when tbu leglslaturo assembled, and who
sent bis message to and approved bills
passed by them, are determined to hold
their organization, relying on ibo regu
larity and legality of their courso and thn
sense of Justice of the- Federal govern,
THE I'SUAL QUOTA OF FIRES
LARGE PRAIRIE FIRES IN
THE RECEPTION GIVEN BY MR.
AND MRS. FISH TO THE
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN FITCH.
HUitO-ONE MAN ANJ)
STEAMER LITTLE ROCK GONE TO
THE UOTTOM OF THE
MISSOURI -STORY OF ONE
OF THE SURVIVORS.
SECRETARY ROUTWELL GOES
TO HUSTON TO LOOK
AFTER HIS SENA
PROPOSITION TO GIVE THE
ELECTORAL VOTE OF THE
SOUTH TO GRANT.
COMPLICATIONS OF THE ALA
IIAMA LEGISLATURE RE
REDUCTION OF REVENUE
new- of Mr. Greclct'n death came, i
Throughout tbu city last night the subject j (Reported Especially for the Cairo Rulletln.
was the talk ut the hotels and clubs, und MB- -' "' TMU
regret wui everywhere expressed. Tbu 1 AVashinoto.v, Nov. 30. The reception
Union l.eai-uo club will tuko aiinronrlato given by Secretary und Mrs. Fish to tho
uction to-day, u will also tho Lincoln j diplomatic corps Iat evening was at
club and other clubs und associations of , tended by tho members of various legs.
uhich Mr. Greeley ws a member. Tbu
tings of the city are displayed at half mutt.
The World editorially pays n high trib
utu to Mr. Greeley, and says that though
uti unsparing couirovertulisl bo bore no
mallei! even in the beat of political conten
tions. ArritorniATK resolution.
Roth brunches of tho common council
will meet ou Monday to take uppropriite
action. The stock nnd produce exchange,
and tho chamber of commerce will uho
puss appropriate resolutions on Monday.
It is expected thut tliero will bo n graDd
demonstration of mourning on the part of
tho civic bodies of the city on tho day of
Tho Hurald club typographical society
alio passed resolutions of c-n Jolence.
Kr.soLUTiii.ss or svuPATiiv.
Topkka, Nov. 30. Inthu U-.ited States
court this morning Hon. M. W. Deluhay
moved tho appointment of a committee to
tuko suitable uction relativo to tho death
of Hon. lloracu Greeley. Appropriate
resolutions wero adopted expressive of tbu
grutitudo of tho people of Kan
sas to Mr. Greeley for bU tervlco
lo this statu and to tho tiHtion,
Hon, .1, F. Dillon, presiding justice, mudo
a f'w imprcssivo remarks, in whbh ho al
luded to Mr. Greeley us onu of the noblest
of Americun citizens. The resolutions
woro ordered to bo posted up on tho jour
nal of the court,
Sak Fhascisuj, Nov. 30, Tho Kan
tnt PacllloAruilrjiid company lmvo utmost
completed g.'aling to Fort Craig. The
Atchison, Topeku, mid Santa Fo rail
road company will reach tho same point in
Thorn nro reports of further murders
in Arizona by thn Apaches, nnd Governor
SalKird liai gouo to visit the chief of
St. Louis, Nov, 30, Tho railroad bond
cases from Juchfon and liuchanun counties
Involving payment of fifty dollurs penally
for each bond issued to railroads for fail
ii ro to stamp bonds when issued, wero dii-
missod by Judge Kreckol of the United
htatos district court, yesterday.
Eiaur noun ,AW,
"Wahiiinoton, D. O., Nov. 30. A com
mitteo oi bricklayers from New York,
waited on tho President to-day, to sea ro
enforcement of tho eight hour law at Port
Witrren. They woro rcforrod to tho ec
rctury of war, who said tho eight hour law
should bo unforced on all mllitury works
lions almost en music, together with tnem-
WASHINGTON, Nov. !W. Over Iho
Nortlnvuit und upper lukes und thence to
jHissiMiri unu lumens iniiinir liiiroiiuili
bcrs of the cabinet, justices uf the supreme
court, Guv. Cooke and numerous others of
tho choicest Washington society.
IIOL'I WEI L.
St. Loui, Nov. 30. The Republican's
Washington special says Secretary Rout
well will leave for Roton Monday next to
look after the senatorial contest now
pending in Massuchuitts. Senator Wil
son arrived here to-day. He suys ho will
not resign Ills seat in tbe senate, but will
allow his term to expiro on the 4th of
March next. The senutor thinks thut
Itoutwell's chance for tbu succession are
by fit' tho best, but that Dawes is a most
Hla bUI.'CKMSOR IN THE CAHlSKT.
Tho latent phase of tho question of tbe
successor to lloutwell is that the latter
w ll resign when be tlnds bis chances
fjr tbo tenuis assured, and that Judge
R chardsou will bo appointed to servo in
tho interim until the 4th of March.
REDUCTION OP COLLECTORS),
Mr. Dawes, uliairmun of tho ways and
means committee, has in tunned Cotnmis
sioner Douglas tliat Ins bill tor tho ro
durtion of olUuers employed In tbo colleo
tlon of internal revenue, shall receive the
immediate uttenticn of his committee,
as scon as congress assembles. Senator
Sherman of tho senate tinunco comiuitto
who at tint did not liku sumo portions ol
tho bill, now informs the commissioner
that be will give it his influential support.
Tho legislature ut tho capital passed it
bill and ont it to Governor Lewis, but
ho refused lo receive it. A joint rosolu
tlon ws pussed appointing u cuinmltteo to
commuuicatu tho facts by telegraph to
the government at Washington, and ap
pointing it duleguto to present the case to
tho Prcsi lent. The legislature express
great coulldunco that the president will
sustain them. In answer tu tho coinmu
nicutinn of tho capital legislature yester
day, Gov. Lewis replied that two bodies
claim libs recognition, and that tho mem
bers of tbo other body receivu I n majority
cf tho votes cast, and that ho could not
recognize tho capital legislature, becauso
If persons whom, ho said did not receivu
the inj irity, tlioy wero excluded, and the
body would bo without a quorum, The
Court-hnusi) body uro in secret session.
THE HALI.OT FOR SENATOR.
Raleiou, Nov. 30, Tho votu upon tbo
soiiatoriul question in tho legislature
caused continuod excitement to-day
The nrtl ballot was nimost tno smo as
yesterday, on second ballot, Vanoo re
celved 7'.', Murrliium 3'., Pool uti. Repub
licans voting for Murrimuu uro iucrcas
HIOM ORKELEVTO OKA NT.
Nashville, Nov. 30, Tho liunnor of
to morrow, in view of tho complications
Reported Especially for the Cairo bulletin.
; Saxhwich, Mass., Nov. 30. Tho store
of Postmaster Rowland ut West Darns-
table, including postal matter, was totally
burned this morning. Ilowlaod's eon
was burned to a crisp.
ut; KOLA HI ZED.
Chicago, Nov. 30. The paper .ware
house of Jacob Felzthal, Des Plalnes
street, wus burglarized Thursday night ol
13,000 In money und $0,000 in bonds.
sriCE MILL HURNED.
' New York, Nov.80. Arbuekle's spice
mill, in Rrouklyn, burned this morning
The loss on th building, machinery and
stock is SC5,000.
Memthis, Nov. 30. Distrust! vo fires
hkVe raged throughout tbo past week in
the prairies adjacent lo Devull's U lull's,
Ark., doing great damage, but Were ex
linguisbed by the rains the first of this
NEWS or THE DttATH OF- MB. GREELEY
News of the death of Mr. Greeley was
received with universal regret. Ttie
morning papers contain biographical and
eulogistic articles on tbo great journalist.
rutE is wallackAstukatre.
New York, Nov. SO. A Uro occurred
in Walluck'a theatre last nigh',, which in
ono time threatened tu be verv e erious.
survivors ok tub Missouri.
David North of Rondout, New York,
one of the four remaining survivors of thv
Missouri who have arrived, narrates th
very harrowing story of floating ubout at
tea in an open boat. He and his compan
ion had to lock their legs under the scats
and clasp arms to keep from being washed
overboard by tho heavy sea, and were
witbout food many day . Tho boiler man,
Murk- Anthony, went crnzy tho llrst day
Wm. Starr,the barber, afn r ard died, and
then Sheu, tho porter, jumped overboard,
and from that tlmo tho boat was sur
rounded by a shoal of shark. Thomas
Egan, nno of the ftvo left, on the fourth
lay, whilo describing a splendid entertain
ment which ho had once attended, sud
denly fell and died, was thrown overboard
and immediately grabbed by thu sharks.
Uy almost a miracle tbu remaining four
reached land. A floating bottleof whiskey
which was found, saved North's life.
htaiile and twelve horses iiurnkii
Houton, Nov. 30. Kuutfer's ttuble with
wjlvo horses und other contents burned
at bitch burg this morning, also a tene
ment house. Pbelpsdule, a well-known
music profes'or, wus burned to death.
Of ono hundred and seventy. six deaths
during tho week, llftythreu were from
steamer little rock bunk.
Memphis, Nov. 30. TLe steamer Littlo
Rock, from Littlo Rock for Mompliis, with
three hundred nnd eighty bales uf cotton,
sunk ncur KinbroUgh's landing, about
shty wiles below Pino RlutV yesterduy
afternoon. Shu lies with her bow in six
feet of water and her stern in eighteen feet,
and It is thought alio cannot bo raited.
Sho belonged to tho Memphis and Arkan
sas River packet company, and was valued
ut $10,000; insured in St. Louis oflices for
$10,0u0. Tho cotton, which it insured
heru und in Now Orleans, will be saved.
Lnrd firm; sales last evening Tc cash;
nominally 7jc March. 8 P hams quiet
and steady. Green hums steady and in
fair demand; sales 100,000, IS days aver
nire ?r, other green meals quiet; Field pre
vious prices. Meat In salt nuict; shotil.
dors nominal, 4c; SribiCc. Whiskey 88a.
St. Louis, Nov. Ro, The suspension of
navigation and meagre railroad facilities
cause a generally dull market. Flour un
changed, Wheat, spring lower, $1 10,
Not enough doing In other grains to es
tablish prices. Whiskey sternly at 90a
Provision unchanged und very littlo do-
CtSMNNATl, Nov. 30. Flour ilrtn at
$7 25(,7 00. Wheal firm, Red 1 J0f;.
I r,7. Corn Itrm and tinchati'ed. Oats
unchanged. Cotton quint; middling 18 Jc
Whiskey steady nt 8H. Pork nominal,
bulk meats qiilut; shoulder 4c; dear rib
6c; clear 0c; bacon fiuiet; shouldors Mc:
sides unchanged; hogs steady ut $3 75 to i
J 83; receipts, o, i li, l.ntd unchungid.
Green meals quiet, shouldors 3Jc. sides Ccj
Chicaoo, Nov. 30. Flour firm. Wheat
lirm; No 1 spring M 18: No 2 Si 0',) bin
spot; $1 0'Jj(5,l 00 December; $1 10
January; No 3 yScil according to locu
tion. Corn dull and shado lower; No 2
mixed 3ly31 Jc cnh or December. Oils
in fair demand anil lower; No '1 'He. Ryu
steady 0"djr7Jc. Rarley in fair demand
and advanced; N. ' lull 01r;,fl2c. Provis
ions quiet. Most trading in cruen hams
77Jc. Lvd 7J,7jc spot; 7jr)7ic Janu
ary. Mess poru mioicd at tii LV!'.! M
oi h; SloPJ Deceinoer and January.
Clear middles Gc boxed spot; other meats
nominal. Whiskey steady 88c. Number
.f hi: packed hero to date slncu Nov. 1,
Nw York, Nov. 30. Flour quiet;
'tip western $6 ftOQU 30; common tn good
IG OOQiTOri; good to choice $7 l'fTi.7 85;
white wheat exlra $7 1)0(38 01. Whiskey a
bade firmer, ut 03c. Wheut In limited
demand and higher; No 3 Chicago spring
$1 40(S,l 40; No 'J $1 UfaJ 51; north
ostSI 6'J; western umber $1 7o(S,l 7fiJ.
Rye lo live und llrmt-r; Chicago 90c. Hur
ley unchanged Co-n n shade firmer;
it'iau.er mixid C2 JOilJc, sail Olfrt J4 jc.
yellow western Oflc. Oit a shade tTrmer;
dd wicrn mixed ol5IJc, new do 4l0
5 lo. Pork dull and a shade, easier; miss
lift 7i(Ti;lC 00-, prime mess SIC 00. Reef
quiet; new plain mess $8 ()(,$ oO; now
uxtra do i3 &o10 1)0. Cut meats quiu ;
hams 0jQllc; shoulders, final hull De
cember, 6c; middle- Brm, .hort clear 7ji;
December 7Jc; long clear, December, 7jc.
Lard firm: No 1 to prime sleum 7wi
kelllu 7(ft)"Jc. Coffee Heady; Rio 160
18c. Sugir dull; retlnlnL' 9'SlUc.
New Y'okk, Nov. 30, Gobi mid I'JJ
12; closed ll'jl?; loans 1 to 0 per rum
for carrying cleuriiius &5 millions. For
eign exchange closed quiet and steady, 8j
to 8j; prime bunkers CO days '.) sight.
A'listnnt treasurer paid out to-day f32,-
O)0 accsiunt Interest; fJ4,0u0 in redemp.
lion of f-'2) bonds. Money more active
this afternoon; culls nnd loans 7 currency
to" cold; covernmcrits unchanged; closed
quiet; stall bonds dull and stead v; stocks
quiet; Cs if '81 1CJ; '0-2 PJJ; 6-20s of '04
I'ij; '05 12J; new of '05 Kif; 'G7 10; C8
KiJ; new is aj; 10-lOs 8J- curiency Cs 7;
Mo Cl 95.
tT. huuis, Nov. 30 Flour vory quiet
and unchanged. Wheat, spring dull and
l.wr, Ni 'J tl 1C; fall dull and weak;
millers geterally standing on"; No 3 red
il 71. Corn dull und lower, No 2 mixed
llr, No 2 yellow 33c; No 2 white mixed
35c. Oats slow and unchanged; No 2
mixed J'o;,25Jc. Utrliiy dull and un
changed. Ryu held firm; No '1 Glc. Pork
unchanirtd. Drv suit me its dull und
weak; s-hnMdcr 4c(i4lr; clear' rib 0i
two. Itacon uuu; s louiacrs use; clear
ides Die Lard dull; prime steam, small
lots 7Jc. IIiuhwlnt in demand, none
ottering. Catllu quiet and urn hinged
lines unchanged Jj(ii)4c. lleceipts 7,.'Ul).
New OkleaN, .N. .10. rlour dull;
choice family i'J f.0,t0 00. Corn flrmci;
mixed life, veiiuw uue, wuo uic. Uati
firm at 45c. Hucnn dull and lower, 5 J(7J
8c to 8t(?0o. Lard Qrm; tierce 83c, k
9jc. Sugar dull and lmr, common 0j
ic, ratr to luny fair move, prime aifitui
Molasses dull and lower; 4n4dc, lair 471
(551c, primo 5-.'ilc, strictly prime to
eiiuice bSK&HA iittiurs uncnanccu. ater
ling 22, sight disciulnt, gold 13) Cot
ton active; sales 7,000 bates gomi ordinary
ut 1 1 jc. low tniJUlintr 18c, middling ISj",
middling Orleans 10c; reclpts 40,012
bales; exports, coatwiso 2.79G, Ilivre
3,703, Great Hri'uin, 8,834; stock 110,380
Our Home Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
X HvT S TJ & J 1ST a El
PHIL H. SAUP.
The I.uva, Glass and C'lilua ware consists
CIO A It STANDS,
BUSTS, DOLLS, &c.
AKo a tine assortment Pearon marble
liu-ts, .Statue, etc. The lolluwiiig- are seme
of the principle wood toy.. :
GALLOflNO HrniiY Horsks,
1' ocki.no ii 1 11 ii v hoksks,
Fancy Kxi-rksi Waoons,
GiitL"' Doll Casriaqk,
It Uc anil I'hII oflhe Rlt rr.
Far 1 hours ending it 3 p.m. Nov. SO, 1872
low, c a
Si. Paul ...
tort Henton I
I avrnport ..m. (
.St. Louts i.i It,
I uvall's UlufT.
... I tncintutt b
u, Memphis t
,.JIM t HfVI , .....
New Orleans It IV
Turt Smith. .. L ....
I.lttle Kock .. .....
Florence . .....I ...
fllcluw high water.
THOMAS L WATSON,
Observer Sirf, her, U.S.A.
Nkw Orluans, Nov. 30. Depsrted :
Mury K. Forsyt c. Itecelpts, cotton 2,377;
Flour dull and low; XXX fG 751 Ho;
ijooil g"7 fiO; choicn ia8 'Jfi. Corn
in good demand 5i!0o. Uts in fair do
maud 44(71)400. Hay scarce S2C; choice
$J930. liran scarcn and in demund
1 'Jo. Pork dull and nominal. 1 1 neon
dull 5jHl9jc. Hams, choice tCl8c.
Lard bJ0J; kegs 10c. .Cotton in uioder
ato demand 1 8 Jo.
Nkw Youk, Nov. 80, l.pm. Flour
dull. Wheat urmor; $1 49l CI; fur choice
SI 65. Corn firmer 04c. bid. Ont quiet
I b0Q,iac Mess pork nominal $10 00.
Lard iuiet at 8Jc, Wniskey Arm at 03o.
Chicaoo, Nov, 80, Llvii hoirs receipts
to 11 o clock a. m., ft U73. About 10D
cars of stock to arrive. OtUcUl, yesterday
there were II 083. Market op.
ened milet andstronu, and Is a shade Urm
er: extremo ranuo $4 U)Gi 30: now it is
easier and closing at 3 U5 25; bulk of
sale iiurmi; tne iniiriiing 51 I0(7r;l 10.
Cattle rccolpts 410, Market quiet, llrm,
CiiifiAQ's, Nov, 110. Flour in air de.
inand. Whnut steady and mndoratelv
active. $1 03cash;$l 08 I 0'J December;
Kvanhvii.lk, Nov. 30. Tho weather
Is cloudy and cold, wilh aigns of simw.
Thu river has fullen two indies and is full
uf tloating ice; in the harbor it is two
incnets Unci;, up: floronceL.ce, 4 am;
llellio Gilbert, '.; F.ddyvilie, VI; Quick,
step, II. Down: .Mary Anient, 4 pm; Lt
cluiro No 'J, 4; Grey" Eatlo, 7. Ilusiness
lively and freight nbundaiit.
Sr. Lot'iH, Nov. 30. Arrived; Ne-
Iioston from Keokuk; St. Johns from
Qiiucy. ltivcr falling and full of heavy
ice, which runs very slowly and prnhabii.
ities are unless the weather moderutes
groxtly the ire will gorge at Horso T-di,
Aid close the river for tho winter. It is
doped however that the iee will cuie
above thu bridge piers, and leavo open the
harbor and channel to Cairo for light
draught boats. Tho weather to-night
shows some signs of moderating, but still
Mkui'HIs, Nov. 30 Weather clear and
cold. Jtiver falling steadily. Departed
last night : P W Mradcr for Cairo; City
of Quincy for Now Orleans, To-day,
I'aulinu Carroll una City ot Chester tor
St. Louis; Mallio Hagon and Mlnneola for
Cinrlntiail; Uatesvillo for Whitu liver;
Clurksvillu for Little Hock,
Nashville, Nov 30, Hivcr stationary;
twenty inches 'ii Harpeth.Shoaln. Weath.
er clear ulU cold.
LouibviLLK, Kv , Nov. 30, Throe feet
and seven inches in ths canal; nineteen
inclies in the chute, scant; four feet
to Kvansville. Portland bar getting shal
low. Arrived and departed, Kiclmnge
for Pittsburg; to St. Louis Andy Uaum,
hard aground at the foot of tho cunal.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30 ltiver 6 feet C
inches; falling, stream full of floating ice.
Chilo and Higginsport packets and the
lien. 1'ranklln lull to-nlclit; nn others
ventured out. The Lawrence which was
to depart for Memphis, and tho Armudllla
xr... rl , i.. I i i
lur .ids wiieiins nasu ueiayeu leaving.
Weather clear and freezing and moder
Git AN l) Tow EH, Ills., Nov. 30.
Weather clear mid cold. No boats have
passed up or down to-day. Tbe river is
Vickmiuro, Nov. 80 Down: J 11
Maude and Gov. Allen. Upt II S Tur
ner, Tom Jasper, Ouachita liolle and
I'argoud. Weather clear and cool,
mauara, n, r.,
ukhmania. n. v.,
IIAMIVKH, N. Yn
IsiM. T2 8! W
litl'tniLIO, N. v.,
4set 711,XA ISJ
Comprlsioir the Un.ls rwilt-rs' A,'noy,
YONKEHn, N. Y.,
..K 4M SI
viitKMKN'n fund, a. r.,
A ssots. ,
fldies, liMfllirj,., Kiirnlliim, Hulls and Car
sn. s, lltsurr-d at raies n (asi'rxhln A soilrl'l, pnr
tnmsnt scrurllt will w.rrktit.
1 rfsieelfully k of lh eltlfn. uf Ca'ro,
tiMriir their rslroniMK'.
TEUTON I A LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAOO, ILLINOIS.
,'OHN A. UUCK, - - President
U. KNOBKliDOKFF, - - Hecrotary
Jiiah. Keitz, Urnry Wintit,
A. C. Kksino, A. Miscii,
Juab. Wentur, Char, Veroiia,
Fkancih Lackner, Ciiah. Daeolino,
C. Hi use ii, 'Wm. Hkinuarut,
The Lest organiied ami securest comninr In
Iho norltmest. The only company sihuh ""r
lute. rtnti surri-pdf r talue.
CAUL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
IS-llr fisrA'sslrussnd vleltsllr
V. II. Moms,
II. II. Candee
No.Pud. snrl II. H. (Vint
F1RK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
. ..05,649,6C4 M
MJItTH AMBK1CA, PA.,
, 12,783,000 00
mm ..i,4l,lll 72
INTERNATIONA!., N. Y
Asset 1,3.M,8JS 17
AsseU 8516,073 ii
Assets - - 1155,271 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 16CKU.0 C
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Asset - SO,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
Assets . r.,&00,0tl 00
railway passengers a.-.8Ukance
VMtts - Sf,W.) 00
.Usefs. t3iM2 00
b'AFFOUD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio lvte.
City Nullonal Hunk. CAIRO. II.!..
COMICAL FIGURES and MASKS
A largo solectlon of Musical liistru.
ments, such us
R. II. Ccn
SAVE TIME AND MONEY I
Ily letting our wants be known at the
of every kind for thu Children. Also,
WAX KUBUKB DOLLS,
And a million other articles! too numer
ous to mention.
CALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL A V EN UK!
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
TO THE PUBEIC.
Anticipating decline tn price-! ot
ol all kinds and deslrotli that our cus
tomer should know wo are determined
lo carry out our promises of cheap printlm;
wc leel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an eiiuitulvlit.
With our lorn; experience In business and
together with our advantages In the
purchase and selection of stock, out
customers muy rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ol their ery liberal
patronage. We invite your attention to thu
tollowlm; revised list ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on irood 14 lb naner. neatly executed ac
cordiliKtosize peril il &OtoO 50. For other
(Uialltles add ttie dllfcrcucelu the cost of the
on 14 I'i paper, Flat Cap or same ijuallty ol
Folio Tost, peril 91 OutoO 0U; per ouu-ball
31 f - oo to ii oo.
POSTS Tit S
lull sheet, lialfslipct. ntiarter sheet, elirhth
sheet and slxteetith .sheet t from 3 oo lo
it) oo per ai. , , .... .
liv it cureftil examination ol the above list
...Sll at ... I !. aiiss
our jiUirou m u v
ner il (' OOtoT 00, nccordlnir to site and
itiiidlty ol paper; peroue-huIlM U 00to4 00.
on ordinary Ue per il Si 00to3 50. accord.
ni; lo myio Ullil nuailiy. v-ouimcrciui (icr m
i WHo.") U).
per il. according to site sud weight, IS OOto
7 oo: per one-nan n, avcoruiuK 10 sue
welKUt, 3 00to4 00.
per M W OOtol 00, according to nnler.
urnlslicd retail at wholesale prices. Chsage
or printing, 91 OOtoi W)pcrM.
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