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JOIIN H. OBEttLY, PROPRIETOR.
PREPARATIONS FOR HIS Ft).
EXPRESSIONS OF SORROW
FROM ALL QUARTERS.
THE HCKNE A HOUND THE CITY
PRESIDENT OKANT AND VICE
PRESIDENT CULPA X TO AT
TEND THE OBSEQUIES.
iti elite In tho governor's room, and al
though t!,0 crowd flics by t womJorful
rat, llioro scorns to be no diminution In
tho throng prosIfg forward, which rum
kick for squares.
1 UNI V KRAAL E5TEE1.
No such universal testimony of public bceamo enormous,
i esioom lias been Miown ilnco Lincoln' rc-
malm lay In itato hero.
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT TO AT
j TENH TUB FUNERAL or MR. OREELETt
yabhinoton, Hoc. 3 Vlco President
Colfax left nt noon to attend the funeral
of Horaco Greeley, and PreilJent Grant
will leave on tlio 8:30 train to-night.
FLAOS AT UALP HAST.
Flag aro overywhero at half unit and
crowd are nrrivlng by trains and steam
boat from adjacent cities.
DRAPED IN MOURN INO.
The city hall la draped Ttfwournlng and
over the entrance hangs the Inscription :
"We remember with pride hi busy life."'
Many distinguished cltliem from abroad
hare arrived to join in the funeral cercmo-nits.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1872.
flaw to view the dead. There v.cro many I rejolutlon, which passed, calling on ! illent In death Thl. . , m 1
l.di,. who .bowed MBn, of deep emotion. ; the ..-crotary of tho treasury for Inform.. ' thl, ' . 1 ' .!.' ' "ow. w,n a
some .topping to Kiss the rorohead or the t,,fl to .la Uw ,, -,,,.. .... ...,.,? f, . ? "uio xorever, and I .
deceased. At dinner hour the working m,U8 llf) llCrca,o(.f legal tender note a, t t t " n " " l
e laupi hnurnu,.)ttt. t. Mu,,t i-.. L wuur now,i ai ut the ono upon whom vour ..h.i,v ,
1. --'wnu niTNiiiaii: i wni (Iilfin in lltnhAf ! ... I. ..I .
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Eportcd Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
THE WILL or UK, OREELEr.
New Youk, Djc. 2. The wllli of Sir.
and Mr. Greeley leave all of their prop.
rty to their two daughter.
court to adjourn.
The couru will adjourn over to Thun.
WHO WILL ACCOHPANT TUE PRESIDENT.
Wasuinoton, Dec. 8.-Tho president
will bo nccomnanled to New York I.. m.
tend the funeral of Greeley by hit prlvato
.Major Hall In u dispatch to Secretary wrotary, Gen. Babcock. and bv Socrotarv
Kobvion, Hates that tho city nuthoritle of Bo'knap and Postmaster General Cress
Now York will take part in the funeral of w" "d probably by other member of
Jir ureoley. and invites President Grant ltlB calltiet. Boutwell will be prevented
to bo present, stating further, that the hT public businest from attending the
presidents attendance would poimlarlv ,uncr1' u' president returns to WaJi-
tho uhamber of death
Lnborert camu down
town in their working clothe to got a
last look at the Toco or their cheery old
friend. The working girl all camo from
their factoriet and store?, and they were
very properly allowed to pat
on before the men, who were
obliged to ttand in lino and await their
turn. Tho stream of people anxious to
gar.o upon the feature of tho doad, con
tlnued undiminished until 10 o'clock thl
evening when tho governor'
room and city hall wero closed.
Probably fully fifty thousand
person viewed the body, and many-thou
snndt did not even reach tho ttept of the
city hall, tho line extending for block
away, Messrt. J. B. Stewart and Edward
T. Carpenter wero present a representa
tive of tho family of the deceased. It
I (aid tbeso gentlemen requested
Mr. Sinclair to allow the li.nl v
to rest in the vcstibiilo of the church to
morrow, so that ladies and other who
havo not been ublo to visit tho citv hall
to-day may have the opportunity of seeing
tho face of him whoso name is now on
Our Ilorno Advcrti
uch Issuo wa made In legal tender notes
heretofore retired, or In new one, etc.
Mr. Wood fiJlorcd retolutlon calling on
the secretary of war for a copy of tho re
port of Gen. Vincent, assistant adjutant I
genoral, on tho condition of the affair of
tlio ireedman't bureau. Adopted.
Scofleld of Pennsylvania, from the coin
initieo on naval aualrs, reported a bill to
authorir.0 tho conduction of ten atm
vettol of war, and appropriating S3.000
nnn .1... , V '
"w i purpose. Aue vessels aro to
carry each ten or more euns. lr
-.ll-a.a . . t
enure, anu tno null are to be either Iron
fall to-morrow, will so coiiduct th .it-.i..
oi nit olhco a to he presldont of all tho
people, and for all tho people.
or wood a the tecrctary of the navy moy
v Vkws iiiuitj, it-
o -" -1
graceful ami faction assuaging event of
1 WE PRESIDENT WILL ATTEND.
Secretary P.obtson replies that tho pres
ident had determined early as Saturday
last to attend Mr. Greeley's funeral.
Should the day flxed for it bo one on
which he could properly be ubient from
tho capital, and that ho will h present on
Wednesday if public duties will por-mil.
Tho committee of the kociety of Dr.
Chapln's church In view of the largo num
bers who will attend tho funeral of Jlr.
Greeley decided to issue tickets of ad
mission to tho church. Tho order of
services comprise addreses by Hev.
Henry Ward Jleicbor and Dr. Chapin,
music by Miss Clara 'Louisa Kellogg und
othar celcbra'tties selected by Ida Greeley.
UIISCRMTIO.N roll A MONUMENT.
Tho citUens of Urooklyn have already
ttarted a subscription to raise $26,000 for a
aonumeut to the memory of Mr. Greeley
It is estimated that tho funeral proc-s-
tion win te over two milet Ion-.
The list of pall bearers, it is understood.
,,!,.. .1... .. . . '
uuuici oi ice-riesiuent Col
fax, Secretary Houtwcll, Willijin Loyd
Garrison, Chief Juitico Chase, Charles
Sumner, William Cullcn Uryarit, one or
two Trihuno uttaclii.t: it t.,.
, (!.. ;u MtriV
v... usiik i hiiii i i ir vv i
. u. ,w (T v(a-u Will nifo
be among tho pull bearer, tho latter at
Tho remains oi Mr. Greeley will bo re-
- - . . . u w .jii, ..ii i-iHir
hi morninc to thu irovernnr'a rnim I
he city hall, where they will li i ttate
" ' I .IIUJUUIIU Wll
i iuquj uuruig mo en-
GUARD OK HONOR.
Tho following gentlemen have been
amcd at n guard of honor: Gen. John
Dix, Win. F. Huvemever, Thurlow
Veed, Geo. W. Varian, W. Ilutlcr Dun-
- .p ..-ihi. ins ti, nniuiii;i'
finlin QnPhi,,... Tf fi ir f -
ullen Bryant, Henry NIcoll, Peter Coop-
Tiidon. Shepp'ird Knapp, John T. UotT-
an, A. Oakoy Hall, Muso U. Grinncll,
harles O'Conor, Einil. Sauer, Augustus
iu. -. x rime.
THE QOVERNUR ! ROOM.
mi.. . . .
mo governor's room has lecn appro-
micij uwunu, inu cuiei inscription
"We remcinbor his busy life." Floral
IDUies aro notirinr- in ; mm u
i r --I .- 1.150
0W comnosed cli eflv of niu. a
IDUteu UV tUQ emnlnvoi nf iTrll
ington Thun-doy evening
MR. OREELEY' fclKTKR DANGEROUSLY ILL.
Mrs. Jno. F.Cleveland, alitor of Hon.
Horaco Greeley, , lying dangerously ill
at her reider.ce in this city.
KnCORT TO THE PRESIDENT.
A regiment of cavalry will act as escort
to President Grant to-morrow. There
will bo no musio In tho proceslon.
tJltors ot newspaper throughout the
country are requested to mail Ezra Cornell,
at Cornell unlvorsity, Ithica, N. Y., cop
ies of their papers contain
ing eulogies or other articles upon tho
tho death of Horaco Greelejj to be corn
prised in a memorial volume for the li
brary of ald university, of which deceased
was ooo of tho trustrees.
THE SCENE AT CITY XI ALL.
New York, Dec. 3 Tho tceno at ritv
hall this morning has had no parallel since
tno day tho dead body of Abraham Lin
coln lay within its walls. Tho building
itself hud a somber and mournful appear
ance, with fljgs at half mast, pillars en
foldod in black eng, festoon ot
tho samo material drooping over
portico and enframing the windows. Thu
balcony is shrouded in mourning em
bjems, and in the heavy folds of the
United Statos bannor is u portrait of Ilor
no Greeley. Below it tho inscription:
"Wo remember with pride his busy life."
The body of the dead Journalist arrived
oi wio city nail as early as 8 o'clock. It
was bornu hero In a simple hearse, at
tended by an escort ot honor. Thu cotlln
In tho presence of a comparative few spec
tators, was carried to tho governor t room
and placed upon a temporary bier.
Was black with heavy silver handle", and
at tho head was a portrait of Mr. Greeley
as ho appeared in lile, and a largo
chaplol of tubo roses. The
incription "Horace Greeley, born Feb
ruary 3, 1811, died November 2U, 187-J,'
and wa ornamented with festoons of mi
turnl flower. At the hoad wa a second
insctiptlon "I know that my Redeemer
livoth," and yet another at tho foot
worked in violet, "Tho city mourn our
MEMBER bWORN IN CREDENTIALS PRE
IENTED. Washington, I). C., Dec. 872.
Senator Matchin, elected to auccoed Gar
rett Davi of Kentucky, was worn im
nnd the credentials of Mr. Morrill of Vor.
mont woro presented.
Mr. Wilson Introduced a bill for there
liof of sufferer by the Boston Ore.
RE-OLUT10NS OF KK-PECT TO MR.
A message wa received from the house
announcing tho adoption of tho concur
ring resolution in regard to the death of
Mr. Fen ton moved it immediate con
sideration, and it wa unanimously agreed
After some further but
business the lenato adjourned.
MEMBERS SWORN IN
Tho interior of Dr. Chapin' church is
w uni L' i iiii uth i ii r iiifi nupiimntiini
floral arch will ho erected, which will
insenhed with Greeley's last words. A
ral lyro with broken ttrings will bo
" ' " niuivusiuui U t U
titrw .....I III.. al.I 1 ...si l
- ' - " - "MSvi li III UU i, ii J
gin, musi iniprojtivo, ana most spoil-
TUE CITY COUNCIL.
fhe city council has udopted resolutions
OL'IZ III? lirou iiv mill t,.lil. ii..
-o a ,f -viking Hjmib IUU
vernor's room in tho city hall a tho
t tn mmnltnpa i ln. ........ i .... .
1 1 1 .
' ' UIUUIUIIJ)
rty day that lings on public building
dUplaycd at half matt and that vosiula
ii n iiiiriuir nrifi Yiriviir.. n I .n... i...
.-...1 J.. Ill t
CLUIIS, SOCIETIES, ETC.
Mm ! Ilir.,1 T?nn..l.ll..n I
. I B -' -"-
ton nf 'Pii m m n j uttrtlr.tit I t ., 1
- " J I A.IMVVIII VIUU
union Leaguo club, adopted rosolu-
Mr. Greoloy lay with his left arm lying
by his sido and his right aero. his breast.
Hisfacowas terribly omaclated, and ut
terly unlike that which hit daily com
paninns have been accustomed to see.
Hit appoarenco was that of a man who
had after torriblo millering euccumed in u
prolonged tight with combined forces
of mental and bodily anguish.
Allhougn preparation for receiving tho
public were not completed until 10 o'clock,
as early as 3 tho square in front of the
city hall wa occupied by
THOUSAND OP MEN, WOMEN AND CHIL
DREN Intont upon tuklng u farewell look at tho
face of tho departed. One of tho first men
to approach tho coffin was Gon. John A.
Dix. Among tho distinguished gentlo
mcn in tho room wn Thurlow Weed, ono
of the most nrdent friend of Mr. Greeley.
The old man sat near tho head of tho
boJyand toemod pleased to ho questioned
concerning tho lifo nnd charaotor of tho
deceased. Ho said ho could not remember
that Mr. Greoly cvor referred to
any youthful amusement. They
had been young men togother, and as such,
woro ofton In each othor'a company. Ev
erybody said "Wood has hour of rolaxa
tlon, but Greeloy novor played." I was
as poor ns ho, and had tho buttlo of lifo to
light as ho did, and yet I alway took re
laxation, I wa mostintimatu with him. In
inuitor ho was fearlo; In tho expression
of hi belief in what was right. HI whole
aim wa to do good. When Wood up
proached tho caskot. ho loaned over tho
'Pl... r.ii t
mo iiuiuwing new memiiorj were
sworn In: Joseph It. Hawley of Connect
icut, Constantino C. Esty of Massachu
etts, J. T. Dodd of Uhio, and Erasmus
. Beck of Georgia.
Jlr. Hank ottered his resignation a.
cnairman ot tho committee on foreign af
fair, out tno homo by a vote of SO to 70
rofused to accept it.
RESOLUTION TOR INVESTIGATION.
c i. . ...
ojuBKer juaine men called Mr. Cox to
tho chair at ipeaker pro tern, and offered
a resolution for a searching investication
oi aiinged bribery of members of tho
houo by Oakcs Ames, to porform cortain
legislative ucts for the benetlt of the Union
Pacific railroad company, by present of
crelit mcbilier ttock. Mr. Blaine taid be
had requested Mr. Cox to appoint a ma
jority of Democrats on tho committee, and
made a few remark courting an inve
Mr. Archer oppoted the matter on tho
grounds that tho scandal had been refuted
and an investigation wa unnccesary
Jlr. itanuall lavored it as a matter of
Mr. Dawes said ho hoped the resolution
would bo adopted,
Tho resolution wa adopted with a few
negative votes on tho Democratic ido
and Mr. Cox aspeakor pro torn, appoint.
fp Unit I r . -
.. -uamc. oucrea an
amendment that not less than Ave or
ten vosel!mll bocontructod in Drivato
yarus in tho united State under cotraer
-Mr. Randall of Pennsylvania, advocated
tho amendment, hit thought the bill too
loosely drawn up md left too much dla.
cretion to tho secretary of the navy
Jir. oconeiu ox rwmylvanla, replied to
-ur. uanuaii iructirc, arguinj: that tho
moro restriction pluvtd on tho ecretan-
tho hss .urety then would bo to have
work promptly dono.
Mr. Potter of Now i'ork, asked to what
uso these vessel wereto be applied.
Mr. Sculleld replied that they would be
used to keep our squad-on full In different
ca, and afford protecion to commerce.
Mr. Potter inquired i to tho proposed
iize oi tnese vessels.
Jir. econeiu considecd that four or flvo
hundred tons would helarce enouch. Ho
am notaupposo that ary of them would
exceed 1000 tons.
The bill whs discusstl till tho inorninir
hour had expire!, andthen went over till
On motion to pritt voluminous docu
ments sent in by theacretary of the treat-
ury, Mr. Brook mad remark at to Itt be
ing a recklest extavairanco in nubile
printing. Ho taid tli house wat lumbered
with public docunents which were of no
use and gavenoticeho would tell them all
at public auction aid turn over the pro
ceed to the continent fund of the houto.
On motion of Hr. Bank tho bill
to carry out .ho fishery claims
of the treaty of WaAington wait made the
special order for tin second Tuesday of
January, and the huso adjourned.
Won. l.,i.:,l 1... .1.. i.
...... iU tuuuaving in oi a sewer
excavation In Brooklyn vesterda. n.
wa. killed outright, tho other two dying
nil-- UC1(J UUJ OUl
yiU1..ce, loc. 3,"-Henry Smith
and George Drew, who were engaged to
gctlicr chopping wood in Johnston, yes
terday wero f.und dead. Indication, are
mat they were both crush.! I.. ..
large rock under which they bullf a fire
aim which fell on them.
kTATUS OV INSURANCE COMPANIES
Nw York, Dec. 3 The sl.tA.n.fln
tendent of Insurance it investieatlnir th
..u. vi mo companie of thij
C'ty. In connection with their
losse by tho Boston fire. Nearl v u
found In a healthy condition. A few have
reduced thlr capital itock and .11 h...
IUleioh, N. O, Dec. 3.-Merriman
elected United Statei aenator. Ward
Hunt, of New York, hat been appointed
Judge Nelson's successor.
REVISED LIST OK COM MITTEESS.
Wasainoton, Dec. 3 At the Kepubli-
can senatorial caucus this morning, a com
mittee of flvo wat appointed to report a
revised list of committee to adjourned
meeting of caucus to-morrow. None
but Bepubllcan were present. The Lib
eral llepublican chairmen of the commit
tee will doubtless bu dispoied. The com
mitteo consist of Frolinghuysen. Morrill
of Maine, Kamsey, Stewart and Lewit.
Wasuinoton, Doc. 3. Senator John
Poolo addrestea the followinc teleeram
to gentlemen hero in official position :
Raleigh. N. C Dkp. aw ,.,,. ,i.
feated the Democratic i0Nlature. By
olectinir Morriman it break ud tii
power of Democrat, and brine valnabln
and controlling elements in the state ovor
to tho administration. Our friend urn n..
juicing over victory.
TniERS WILL NOT REBION.
1 AHIs, Dee. 3, The determln.tln.i r.r
inior and bis cabinet not to r.i i...
-..! .. . - ' " " h"l
qmoung muuonco. Tho country is n,iu.
ranquil. Tho commllto of thirty met
Tl t . .
.... ...ursuay. ncard i mentioned for
minister of tho interior, vice Dcfour.
Special repairers of fine and difficult
BAT O H
Our Home Advertiser.
HYLAN'D & SAUER,
ND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVF.UV DESCKfPTKw
1MB tf. CAIKO, ills.
St. Louis, Doc. 3.-A diligent Inquiry
of largo horso ownera and an examination
of various largo stable disclosod the fact
that tho cpixootlc hat not yet developed
hero. There are a few oases of sickness In
the St. Loul transfer etables on Elm
ana spruce street and a number of cat
terlng cast in different part of the city,
uul "owiini; yoi to vaute alarm. The
weather ia not favorable for the develop
mem oi tne aiaease, which with tho
prompt care of horses now lck orahowinir
symptoms, and the variom preventative
moaure which have been adopted, lead
to tho hope that the dle:io will not be
oo.no epidemic in thl city.
I n hast St. Louis there are over 100 case
reported in varieu stable of tramfer
companies, and scriou apprehension are
lelt that tho disease will pread and render
an transfer and other horse unserviceable
Great caio is beiua; tahon and as soon at a
horso show any signs of ticknes he I
stabled and put under Immediate treat
FRESH M KAT,
Eiouth Street, Between WAiumoio.
and Commercial Avenum,
I itf,c"" or " Ho'l', Mutloa Veal
Butcuer and Dealer ik all Kindi or
Corner Ninktkntii and Poplar Sts.,
JiA J"!1 lSltM only the best ealtla
..UK, nu uneep, ana i prepared to till anv
iwr fr,,'a oDi- po"nj
UKAV KWTATE AOEMOt.
There was the usual rlilnit m.niu
ed as such committeo, Mess. Poland, Banks, held to-day, which all tho member at
tended. Tho esion was verv tbort.
Beck, Niblack and McCrearv.
DEATH OF OREELEY.
Mr. Dawes offered the following resolu-
Ilcolved, By tho senate and house of ret),
resentathes In vlnwnr ti... ... .. '..rc'.
lion Horace Oreeiey; oV'uo, "atThe Uto
election more than a.ow.WO vote" were call
J " ' . . ' nireconi ue malleoli ihe
Journal- ol ongietn or appreciation for emi
ncnt services and per.onal purity und wonh
i,. i,i i i T.i' r i,"u a" ""Predion created
ucaiu, lunuwiiig a Kucn lum y be
Mr. Cox of Now York, then paid a feel
ing tributo to tho memory and character
of Jlr. Greeley, after which the retolutlon
was unanimously udoptod.
RESIGNATION OFFERED AGAIN.
Raleigh, N. C, Doc. 3 Vance nnd
Merriman havo withdrawn from tho
senatorial contest, but tho conservatives
havo made no other nominations. The
ballot to-day in Joint tostion resulted,
Poolo 5? j scattering 107.
Montgomery, Dec. 3. Tho Kepubli-
can navo nominated Spcncor for tho
THE ELECTORAL VOTE.
New York, Dec. 3. Augustu Scboll,
chuirmtn of tho National Democratic-
committee, tatc ofSclally, that the Nt.
tional Democratic cjmmitteo do not re-
Mr. Bank ugain offered hi reignaticn sr1 il wll,lln tho 8copo of thoir authority
as chairman of tho committeo on foreign loadv'' the elector a to what course
affairs, remarking that it wa proper that tlle' "'"'N Puu 1" view of tho death of
tho house should bo represented by ono )Ir' Greeley.
who was unqualifiedly committed to tho Nltw York, Dec. 8. Tho Post state,
policy of tho majority, n ho could not uPon Srtod authority, that tho friend of
sof regret nt tho death of Mr. Greoloy " l . i . . '
iuui uiuot auvieiius navo U0I10 DEC
ANXIOUS TO SEE THE REMAINS.
ew York, Deo. 8,-Tho City Hall
l has been jammed with thousands of
plo, since 9 o'clock, endeavorim? to
n remain ot Horace Greeley, lying
claim to bo,
Tho house by a vote of Ufty-nlno to ev-enty-iix
refused to accept tho resignation.
INTRODUCriON OP HILLS.
Several bill woro introduced.nmong them
ono for tho Indiana, appropriating 5,3"9,
30C, being $082,097 lets than last year.
A pension bill appropriating $30,480,-
NO BUSINESS DONE,
Wasiunqton, Doc. a. After the read,
ing of tho Journal, tho senate adjourned
BWORN IN MILLS INTRODUCED.
Mr. Boarman of Louitlana, was sworn
former associate, llo
itouiuou to oo much adectod by tho cone, j in
am, nor looKing nt the feature, of Mr. Hill woro Introduced and referred a
i 1 . i
viruuiuy.ior omo umo, 10 loaned on tlio
.houidor of a rriond nnd left the room.
THE MULTITUDE UNDIMINISHED."
As tho mullltudo fllod by with uncovor
cd headi, each wa. allowed a .uffldout
rollow: By Mr. Halo, to admit ahip
building material froa of duty; by Mr.
Kollogg o Connecticut, to repeal tho tax
on bank check und note.
Mr, ltaudall of Pennsylvania, offered a
Mayor Hall and soma Republicans who
did not enter heartily into tho late cam
paign, in favor of reform in tho city cov-
ornment and tho election of Mayor Have
meyer, have about perfected a plan by
which thoy hope to noutrallzo tho triumph
of tho reformor. Tho plan ia for tho
preaont objectionable city officer to ro-
Ign, and tho mayors to till the vacancies
with Republicans unconnected with tho
lato ring, nnd who may havo influence at
Albany to prevent huitiu legislation so
that tho oliicora may he hoyond tho con
trol of Mayor Uavomeycr. Tho Post
add . Tho ichomo also contemplate tho
defoat of all reform legislation at Albany,
niciuuing mo new charter.
Aluany, Dec. 3. Presidential electors
met to-day. Goneral Steward L. Wood,
ford presided, ho addressed tho conven
tion, briefly stating tho objact of tho meet
ing; bo said that tho convention had gath
ered under a cloud of sorrow for ono who
was the rerapetitor for tho position we are
about to contribute towards tilling, lies
New Orleans, Dec. 3. Receipts of cot
ton 9,440. Flour dull, good 4,447; choice
73 at $7 C08; choice extra 83 ut $7 CO.
9 SO. Corn fair demand, mixed Obc:
...v wwv, .ni cwanu, IJriUltJ ViJ't cnoice
3( Bacon dull at si8j(91c; ham
uviio. L.aru, mir uemanu at oiMajc:
keg 9J10. Whi.key dull, Cincinnati
V9c; Louniana93c. Cotton, moderato de-
manuis. sterling Tic; sight ilo dis
count. New York, Doc. 3. Money light 1-32
to 1-10. Stocks teady. Gold dull, 124.
131; governments dull and steady; state
uonu arm ana quiei; w U 7S; Fao 87?;
Adams 82; Fargo 87J; American 714; U
oi, w out: inu tjonc jjj: ilpia a.ii
pfd 73: U V3Gh L S 93fl.- PltthiiP h?!'
.uuiuiwcimri out. mn huj; unit ami Nr
Joe 13; U J 1113; St. P 54. pfd 7C;
Wabah 70, ptd80; Fl.Wavne92; Oand
M 47; D and II 95; U and ' 7J.
St. Louie. Dec. 3. Elour dull.
dull, only mnll tamplo lot lelling. Corn
dull. .12c. Oat dull. 24ffiv'2.V Urn
C8C0c. Barley unchanged. Whiskey
steady, 90c. Provision, nothing doing.
8mpenlon of navigation almot entirely
Cincinnati, Dec. 8. Flour steady,
$7 357 60. Wheat firm, $1 G2l 68.
Other grain unchanced. Cotton active;
middling lBjc. Whiskey teady. 88c.
roric quiet. fl t ijulk meat quiet;
iiiuuiuura oo)ic, near riD ojc; clear uc.
Bacon quiet; shoulder 6c; clear rib 9c;
ciear ujc. ureon meat quiet; ihnulder
3t3Jc; tide 4J5o; haras Cl8c.
Hogs firm, $3 053 80; receipts 7,348.
Lard in fair demand; steam 7c: kettle
7c. River risen 7 inches. There is
now it tuct 7 inches in tho channel.
ALSO UADli TO OWJKU.
OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN
Have also on bund a
Fine Stock of Jewelry,
Of tbalrown and other Manufacture,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (SECOND FLOOR) ouio LMTRR,
Buy and Sxll Real Ebtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLB
Ami twpf rnnfvmcim nf KMf.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
r. u.BBzroHD rwpHi,
Cor. Ohio Lever A Seoord 8t.
.JSwf'' cone7' Md rrota
F. SI. STOUKFLETH,
ewtwoa o roMta a siucartara
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 2 Ohio Livbi,
CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS.
SOLID SILVER WARE
U ftMWo hand contUatlr
u.,..'?'J1.,uckZ Hourbon. IU and
ii niiiniei,, rrcnen utudiM.
ami CnllfnrnU Wln
Etabllshe'd, November 18, 1872.
On Uio corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin offlcc.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition liPin $2 to $20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No paiua will bo spared to make It
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Organ and Piano Mulo.
J. M. RODENBAUGH,
Teacher of WlEd aud Suing lutinuucuu.
(9c circular.) 1M tf
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
Aud mauy unique aud attractive
SILVER PLATED WARE
At price that defy competition.
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
And every thing In our line of bullae
CALL AND SEE
TO THE PUBEIO.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
ol all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomer should know we aro determined
to carry out our promise of cheap printitut
we reel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our ioiie experience la business and
together with our advantages in the
purchase and aelectton or stock, out
rmtomcra may rest aured we will try
to merit a coutiuuance ot their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to tne
tallowing revised lltt ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
ou (rood 14 Ih paper, neatly executed ac
cording to alzc per.M ti fiotoO 50. For other
qualities add tho difference lu the coat of the
on I'" paper, Flat Cap or tame oualltyof
Folio I'Ost. tier M SU OotoB 00; nri..J.lr
M 2 60 to 3 60. '
lull sheet, hairahect. mrtr .t.t .i.hiK
sheet and tixtceutu .sheet at from ti 00 to
SO 00 per M.
uy a carenil examination ol the abova lit
our patron wiil nnd that our
Der 31 t'j 00to7 00. aecordlnir tn mitm H
quality ol' paper; perone-halrM $3 00tc4 00.
ou ordinary size per M 4 Orttoi 60. accord
ing to style aud quality. Commercial per H
4 60to6 6O. '
ir M, according to lze and weight, 16 OOta
1 00: per one-half M, according: to site and
weight, 3 00to4 00.
I) RAY TICKETS
per M S3 OOtol no, according to order.
EN V ELOPES
limWhed retail at wholf sale price. CosiRe
or printing, 1 Wloi WperM.
PRICES .A. DR. 23 X,0"VV3SS,
than thoe ol any estilillthment ot the sand
in M. louis, Linciunau or inicago,
I itustneta men will Hud the Bulletin the
uet auvenisiug uinmiuu in RouUiera "M-nwls.