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THK CAIHU UAlUX ISULjblfiTlft. SUNDAY, .NOVEMBER 9, 1678.
MTLLtiiKRT AND DBESSMAKINQ.
Mdt AdaiiMa rhllllp tnJ Mr. L. T. flrbjr
n CoMrclal avenur, between Sloth and
T.ntb itrtett, would respectfully "?"
to U" ladl.i at Cairo and f iclBliJ. W '
ar. r,catvln, a lull Hn. ..r
Wrt weds, and ar. prepared to ,u'nlh
ttalr patrons with bats nd bonnets Irom
tfcf tBPitlliU10lt XptDllTC.
f 1ME BULLETIN.
I shoCHr and Counlj.
JOiaSK. OBKBLY, Editor and Pobllihei
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fffAMt OF WIIKLT IDLLIT1X.
lavarlably In advance.
! mailer oa avrjr pace.
7uiia Kline, the actran, li Juit dc
eaatd in Mew York titjr.it an adranccd
UvTtKR's son. In-law, Amci,of Missis
sippi, as been successful In hii slim. So
fir at beard from he hai a majority of
earl' twenty-seven thousanl In tho
Kiss Donca.v and Mrs Decker, femalo
andtdatet for county superintendent of
tfchtoll, were both defeated by tbo un
Ollant and non-progretiivo voleri of
Til first luiti arainit tbo rnilroadi In
he elite of Illlnol under tho new law
vre commenced by tba railroad and
warthouse comminioneri in Springfield
n Tburtday. Tbe railroad! proceeded
gainst were tba Chicago and North
natternland the Illinois Central.
TVs with we had an aunt, and wo wiih
ur aunt had a huiband and wo with he,
fhe huibatid, were rich. Thero U Crei
sll, of the post-office department, hat an
Qint. and the baa a buaband and he bat
Vinef, any quaatity of it, he must hare,
fie bat presented bit nephew by mar
riage witb preient of fifty thousand
feliars, and apparently bat plenty left,
fhili it the tort of huaband erery body's
aXmt thould marry.
Tib Tirtuoui Carbondale 'Obterrcr'
eargM that a large quantity of whltky
wl spent on election day in Jackson
sjounty, and that eron In the temperate
town of Carbondale large quantities of it
found lit way down tbo tbroati of not
over-scrupulous sovereigns. Probably
tbll fact acco, nu fur vha rather mlxod ro-
afelt of the election, tho 'Obierver' claim"
lag that if tome of the nowly-olected ofil
tart are Democrats, they wuro olected by
Aibbw Joiiiiaojr still llngert In Wash-
Ington city. Ho it eogaged In hunting up
tbo data concerning the trial of the un
fortunato Mrs. Surratt. Tho turject Ii one
bich hat coniiderable intercit for tboex
f retident ; them still exitti, notwithitand
ing the lapte of ycart, a deep fueling
among a certain r.lais, upon tbo tragic
death of Mn. Surratt, and Mr. Johnson's
fruity to waih hit hands of tbo responsi
Billy of the act, would be the meant of
softening down, witb many, the aipority
wlth which ho it regarded.
Oek. Ww. ii. IUhdek, tbo author of
"Bardeo'i Tactlct," died at .Mythvilli,
Alabama, on the Gth Inst. Gen. Hardee
eened gallantly in the tcrrico of the
TJnlted States in tba war aglntt Mexico,
and at the breaking out of the rebollion
eld tbo rank of lieutenant colonul in tbo
regular cavalry, lie resigned bit com
ssinloD, catt hit lot with tbo Confadara.u
aute, and participated with dittlnctlon
ia the battlet of Sbilob, Porryivllle,
Cblcamauga and othert. Oun. liar dee
tu a Georgian by birth and wat aged
about fifty-four yoars.
Ta newly ltjctJ governor of "Vicon
An it a "granger," not only tbooroticslly,
ut practically. Uolt the owner of a largo
farm a few miles from MedUon, which ho
kas tilled turceilfully, making tbereby a
large fortuoo. A Democrat of the old
school, he wat one of lW 4rtt to abandon
ems orgtnUtion and advocate the forma-
ai. .r uw party with a new name and
advanced priocApei, In periori bu it de
ayribed as "a man of Urjo and ratbur un.
1 wield; fiauiv, "lib cuuipltxluu bronzed
' by a long teriei of barren tuni, l.ut with
, 'haadt that earn d their calloui tony b
'fjrethe ftrmer s movement made plow
AN UNt'01'ULA.R SUOOHSTION.
There bare oven various 'Teoleri " put
at of late relating to the franking pnv
liege, evidently meant to teit public fuel
lag, and to bring forth soma expretiion of
ubllc opinion. Special diipalbei frjm
Waabington assure us that the project
Baa auumed defloite sbap, and that tbe
restoration of that privilege will be nt
lamptad at tbe coming session of congruit
If this shall prove true, wo look for un
commonly lively tlmrs during tbe winter
We can hardly Imagine anything that
woula arouse mora amazed Indignation
throughout tbe country than a serious at
tempt on the part of congreis to auurno
la itself again tbat old form of rob) ing
tba traatury of the United Btatei. There
kas been some stir, not yet altogether
quieted, about the back pay, but tbat is a
aero summer breeze to the winter storm
tbat will bowl about tbe capital if there
shall ba to much .at a serious propoial to
reitora tba franking privilege. Members
of congress, tba larger portion of whom
waver taw to wicb money, should let well
aaougb alone and ba satisfied witb tbo sal
ary tbat was filed for them last winter.
Tby will ba the foollsbeit of mon if they
attempt to lerata it, directly or indirect
jytkat It, U they mn to continue in
aolltleal Ufa, or valut tit ettttai of tbeir
AN EXHAUSTIVE ARTICLE,
NOT STRICTLY CONFINE
ANY PA IMCV I; A it u. '
WILL UK FOUND TO STKIkL
hardest in in is.
If thero bo something In the Intrlntio
nature of Carlim, tbat makes it such
anoljectof dread among thoio Vfbo ara
accustomed to weigh camel with their of.
fret, wo are constrained to ask ourselves,
is Cwiarlim so posltlvoin Its naturo that
it admits not of a greater or lets degreu?
Could It bo posiible that wo might bnve
a Ctoiariim of our own ? If poislble, Is It
probable that it exists amongst u7 Tbat
If tbe descent from tho unlrorml to
tbe particular, from wbat a thing might
bo to what it really Is, gives us an It-
tight to tho postiblo extent of any evil,
wo might do worse than look at Cwinritm
as it is in its greater magnitude or as It
appear in its relation to tbo higher de
partment of tho state. Here we havo the
evil full-fledged. Let us dcicend and tee
if we can't diicover an embryo In tho pre
tentions of these who llro in tho minor
oClces of tbo state.
A desire to conttitute tho three depart
ments of government in tbe will of tbe
rnnn Is simply tbo most notorious as
sumption of power that man can conccivo.
lie sets himself up as tho dictator of tho
law, tho will of tbo people and
thn supremo arbiter of every
thing that concerns tho dostlny of
a nation. Such n decpotitm has exitted.
That it produced ovilt, hittory and tho
evidenco of man severely att.-i. ffm
produced her Neroes ; England produced
hers; Franco can at least boast of one.
and soon with ovary nation that hat over
hi depotl(m at tho heini of tho state.
Ihe many and diverts elements that
constilulo human naturo buvr, cacti ono
its own, as many and diverse objucts to
wards which thoy continually tend. To
doubt that them lead us into evils would
be rejecting tho tettlmony of experience
itself, for ovory action it tho resi'lt of
torno internal agency that for
the timo boldt tway ovor tho will, Thut
tboro is bard to bo found a man who bat
to tubdued thoie dementi", tbat hii
action it at all times uniror'ii. At ono
moment wo cry out for this ; the next and
wo thirst for that. Lilt'o do wo wonder
than that men ara continually ondetvur
Itig to obtain that which they havo not
and vice versa, diiregarding or lessoning
in value that which thoy huve. Tho tnxln
olject for which we ail labor is wealth.
Homo men thlrtt for power, but this it
sought only as a ruoditim by which thoy
may obtain riches. Soma again, nvplro to
fame, but femo begots powor and
power riches. And to tho ono
molivo impols us all, and tho final
u)t of our uxWlanc W n.U.(-, j o.o no
qulsiton of woallb. We doubt not but
such unlimited dptiros have tholr concom
itant evils, and us long as thoy can bu
appealed without impoverishing our fol
io wmon nro compurativoly harmless. Hut
what shall wo say of tbat ambition which
spurns ovory consideration of circutmlunce,
and doiirei alono an absoluto dominion
ovor mankind Turn is tbe ambition
that ragot in tho heart of
tho tyrant and novcr was it to
fully manifettcd hi when Caligula wltbod
tbo Koman poopl had but ono head tbat
ho might strike it oil' with a blow. Thu
country is in distance to day that can
boast of a record as bloody and brutnl a
ever stained thu archives of I'nian Homo.
Her history is written on tho very color of
her flair for ovorwboro her dominion hns
boon assorted in slaughter and maintained
In blood. European history prosonts tuch
bloody spectacles of tyranny that the mind
it bewildered In Its conceptions of tho
awful and tho torrlblo liut why thus 7
ware men decieved? Tho vory powor
that proforics to be the weapon of juiticoi
the shield of poaco and thu har
binger of prosperity, gives ittolf
tho lie nt ovory movo ui n.
administration, and rules but to oxorcise
tbo despotism of ill will. The thoory of
government impliet subnotion : but that
Hilt subjection should d.ller from slavery
in namo only, while tho ctienco romaioed
tbu same, nevor existed in tho minds of
thoe who llrit framod a coda of laws.
Thnt mn was bom to obey, tbcro Is no
doubt; but inutmuch at this obedionco
was ibu only means by which ho could
attain the true state of life below, it could
nuvur havo occurred to his mind that a
voluntary submission towanii a gixio
to bo obtained would ultimately involvu
the alienation of ull those rights
and privileges wbich are so closuly inter
woven with hit life that thoy are the
ciiidillo tine qua nori of his existence
Oucieiy would not exist If man did not
make a sacrifice. And thu mug Intelli
gence which tolved the tnyilory of tbo
toclal ttato found in thli very solution
alio a remedy for any uvlls that might
result therefrom. Did not man percnivu
lb danger of craating a superior? Car
tainiy, but did he not also perceive
that when that creation failed
e..iAii I.. ,
u.u., ... .minon, in mm was
invuited the power to nuutu mo came
It was never decreed that one msn should
wield an absolute power over bit fellow
man. We mty be governed but our will
it tbe law. Wa may havo a uovernor, hut
hu is our instrument that moves hi wo i
ply tbo force, The government that trici
to mould tho manner! of a people ii del
potlc. "l!o virtuout and you ihall
freo" tays Plato. Tho tyrant says "give
mo tbe government and I'll mako your
Itws," In every country the laws derive
tbeir cfllcacy from tho poopl
This will always be tho cats
when tbey afo adapted to tho manners of
the people. Ooo of tbo wiictt of tho an
cient legiilalon, having organized a rede
of laws for tbo Athenians, significantly
romsrknd thut if they wero not the bet
laws poulblo, thoy wero at !eat tbe best
tbe Athenians wore captblo of receiving.
Tbe history of governments in the pas,
even from the first commonwealth of an
tiquity down to our day, gives auplt evi
dence of tbt truth of this assertion. If
nations have passed from ono form of gov
ernment to another, 'til bccauio
men aro continually tanking
noveltv. ltepuhllcs havo do-
g-neratod into monarchies and mon
archies again into despotism If ono ba
not Included in tho other.
Wbon tbo morality of a country be
come! relaxod the laws at a nccctrary
consequence become neglected. A kind
of lethargy settles upon tho nation and
the people awake but to find tbomiolvet
tn chains. It is evident to thoio who
havs ovor taken lufQctenl timo to study
tho cauiol that ted to tho dilruptions of
governments in tbo pt tbat
tbo ovil instinct of ambition never
manifests itsolf to fatally as wbon
an nation is plunged In an abyss of vice.
This is tho timo when evil men sel2o
upon tho helm ol tho stato, and, intox
icated with their success, Involvo them
selves and tholr country in tho gunoral
shipwrock. Qod lorbid that such a
dangor thould over threaten tho existence
of our freedom I That thero Is vice
amongit us thore Is no doubt. It his
worked itsolf into every department of
the ttato. Tho vory mon who should
labor tor tho good of tbo nntion
and tho wolfaro and happiness of
tho people, havo becomo to corrupt
that tbey havo forgot tholr duty and know
no Inlorcstt but their own. Suroly "tbe
corruption of tho country has boiled and
bub led till It list o'erun tho ttow." Such
a state of things Is deplorable and In every
calm mind mustcrcuto approbemioni as
to what it may loud. Hut it It with tho
people to exterminate thoio vlpert who
gloat upon tho life-blood of tbo state.
Every eject has its cause and ho who would
destroy the effect must traco it back to thu
buuico and vVi-n nip tbe ovil in tbo bud.
Many causes may bu aiiigned for the cx-
liltcnco of tuch vico amonte the publia
men of the country. 'Tit a vait field for
speculation and where tho thoory of ono
might end, that of another might find a
boginnini;. For ui it is enough to know
that a more determined action on tho part
of constituents throughout the country
in mHk ng their representation more rry'
rrsenfafire would bo ono qrcat m re to.
wnrdt tho desired ond. When a man It
tingled out ly a community to represent
their rights ho It ttrictly rcrponilblo for
ovory fiction tbat appertaini to bis official
capscity. Ho is not bimtolf ho is thoii s,
and as such thould pursuo tho line drawn
by them, 'Tit unfortunate onough that
Caoiaritm should show itself in tho highor
departments of tho str.te, but when n
modified typo ippcnrs among tbo minor
olllcos of tlio country, 'tis high time thtt
men should look to tholr immediato in
terests. When ono or two men or a rliss
of men try to monopolize tho ofllces of
the city nnd county, to the exclusion of
others equally as competent, what are we
to infer? Is it Cnosaristic? We
say it Is. Whon men hold
oRtaw foe .Uln nnttil,.
of years they becomo trained to a feollng
that they havo a right to hold that ofte
at long as they please. They gather
round them tho fragments of partes that
cnnatlluto those monf;rol bodies called
cliques, and theso moving in tho orbit of
favor resist ovorybody and ovorything
that would displace tho center of attrac
tion. Tho election comes, thoso olumolts
dlstributo themiolvos nround tho pnl,
and what influence cannot accomplish
monoy will purchoie. It it a wonder
then that hurnblo merit it shut out from
al tho oflluoi ol tho country ? What ihall
bo our conclusion if tuch a stato of things
continue? This nnd no other: That
ultimately all tho oflicct of tho country
will be convortod into hereditary Institu
tions, that shall Jrink up tho rovenuot of
the pooplo, V) gorge thu pockets of few.
Wo bavo coma to a nico period of our his
tory when tho greatest privilege of a free
pjoplo is bought and sold, as regularly as
tho tlmplest commodity in our
market. It it a satiro upon tho
timet. Mun will tell you
they vote according to tholr conscience.
That may bo all right with thorn j tbu
limn miuht bnvd been when conscience
could direct a vote ; li Is not now, money
hs long since siivncuu it,
r.verv department crlrt out for reform.
Ilegin witb tbo ollicet; clean them out;
abollih tenure, and let none but competent
men reprenent tho people. When this is
Jono, a brighter nnd a belter era will dawn
upon us. Ollicet aro liku Handing pools;
lliey ri-qulro a medium ol ;irrulatiun to
prrtervo tbeir purity, notation it that
medium, and tbu tooner it if) adopted the
butter for ut all.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
THE OLD "WORLD.
I 'a in 3, November S All the ministers
tendered tbu r resignations to MuMation
Ibis afternoon, but Ilo declined tu accept
them. In IIhZ'iUiu cr.urtmarlial to-day
Marshals Caurobart and Lu JJ r ull" nnd
lien. L Admiral testified that tu tbeir
Miuwledgu no dispatoh wits received at
Metz from Marthnl MeMiihoii on the
ia i, nj ihey blo tworu MoMahou'a ad
vhiicu wis not alluded to by Dziino nt
thu council on war held on tbu 24 ih of
Pahih, Novomber 8 The tbroo bu
roaui of assembly, which deferud until
to day noinlnaeiiig their motnbura of thu
uouimittcu on tno prolongHlion of Prcti
dont iicMstion's power, havo elected
-oum l)a K.imuini j.-un and iiy that
i.anuutago lias all thu members of tbo
ion, ineiHoiectlont givo a Hepublican
majority of ono in thn committee, which
has cauied most intense excitement. It
is laid that tho rlht which on the open
f, tlel,. Z T MuMH,1(,n V
lz,z h e. h,r: t"rriirl'.
n inaao mo lerm live years
at tbo reqneit or thu government he hat
conteiitod tn a postponement of thndi
bato !n hit Intnrpollat'on for thu failur
1 1 order olcctiont to fill vacanc'u In tbt
Toronto, Nov, 8. Goodwin Smith
wat entertained at dinner last eight prior
to leaving for England.
BUOTHEUnOOD OP LOCOMOTIVE
CINCINNATI POUTHEI1N KAIL.
JtOAD IiO'D3 HEPUDlATKD.
COST OF IMPROVING
ST11EETS OF Uudl'ON.
ItAILttOADS OUITING DOWN
WAGES OF BM FLO YES.
HANK KOJBEUY AIUtESTED.
OUSEQUIEd OF THE WIDOW
HOBEHT li. LEE.
LIVELY KOV AMONG NEW YOI'.K
FUN EH A L OF GKN. 11 AI'.DKE
DEdTIlUCTION I1Y FIKB OF
COTTON GIN AT 05CEOLA.
LkwistoN, Mk November 8. In tho
central and northern pnrt of tbit
mow was falling fast this morning.
liosTo, Nevfinbcr 8. The cost of
widening and improving the streets in thu
burned district is $5,700,000.
FKOM MEM PUIS.
MKMril n, November 8. The steamer
James Howard reports that n cotton gin
nnd tmw.mlll was burnol nt UicuoIh, Ark ,
yesterday morning. Owner no, reported.
All the cotton was saved.
TIIB ULUTRSTOOK C8E.
Westcuestii, November 7 --Tho jury
in thu Ulderetunk csu hnvu not yul rj
turned n verdict. Report says they ro
dividuriootwen a verdict of murdur fn the
first or second d gree.
Louisville, Kv Novombor 8. A
mn nmud V. 11. Mellorting, was ar
rests! uy detectives to-day for embez
zlin money from parties in Defiance,
Ub'r. Hu will held until thu arrival
of (Ulcers from DcOanco who havo been
FROM HKLMA, ALA.
rUSEltAL OK OK.V. IIAKMEE.
Selma, November 8 Tho funeral
Cun. llardea took placx huru to-day uti 1
was largely attended. Thu procession wu
tho largest ever witnessed in tho stnle.
Storo wnro closed, business suspended and
bells tolled during tbu day.
CIIiCINNATI AMU SOUTIIEIIS II. H. I10NDS
Ci.NCiiiMATi, November 8. William
Hooper, trutteu of thu Cincinnati and
Southern railroad started to England to
dsv. to negotiate thu talo of live million
dollars worth of Southern railroad bonds
iii DO pkld fur un ttulWery
Clkvklank, Novomdor 8. Charles
H ilson, i;rijiJ cbluf oriL-iiioer, nutbunzos
tbo stntumniit that no division of thu
brotherhood of locomotivo engineers will
be sustained in a strike mil dm they first
obtain thu advice of tho wholo orgatnzt
tion, nnd no division of members will bo
sustained that will interfere in any man
ner with thu company's property or em
ployes. The present etrlko in Tenncsito
it without thu authority of thu brother-
KU.'.'EIIAL OF MKS. OK.V LEE.
Richmond, Va.. Nov. 8. Tho funoral
obsequies of Mrs Mary Curtis Leo, widow
il tlio lata jvn, lCiuert r. I.ce.tooK place
o-day in Memorial Cbapal, Loxington.
4ur three rons, W . 11. t, J. no, Uurtls
leo and Hubert E. Leo, and her daughtar
wero present, besides a larcn concnurso of
fiends. Iter remains wnru deposited by
tin. tida of hor husband in Momorial
riom. Mrs. Lon was 07 years of ogp.
llisiness was entirely suspended, many
pl.ces being draped tn mourning.
FJIOM M KM I'll IS.
iKlirilli1, November 8, C p.m. Mortu
ary report for 'Jl hours, '1; other cases 'A
I hi wuatbur Is warm. AH Ier ui the re-
newil ot tho fuvcr has disappeared and
visit its from all parts of tho country
aro or. the streets. Tbu city is rapidly fill
ing u with returning citizens. Business
mora animated to-day than It closed latt
seatoi. Merchants "express themsolves
much encouraged with tho prospects
WAiuihOTuN, Nuvembur 8 In vlow
of tbu ihurtueis of tbu notice given ol thu
distiict civii-service examinations to bu
held in Cincinnati and St. Louis, tbu civ-il-turvici
rummiiiion has postponed thu
Cimdniittl uxnmiuatlon until December I,
and the fit. Louis examinaliuu to Decem
ber 0; ibu 17th day of December being
fixed lr huldiuir thu uxaminatiun in
Suvannth for southern district. Applica
tions wil tu rtcuived ut tbe proper depart
ment! (rem those wishing to compile at
the Cinilnnati examination, up tu tbu'J'Jd
of Nowjniber, and for tho Savannah ex.
amluajfon up tu tbe Mil or December.
Theiufxamlnationi aro to fill $1200 clerk
ships ii tlio departments at Washington,
Tbe pace at which tho examinations will
bo lioil will ba specified in thu
notlcotent to candidates by tho chief ex
amiu'f. Instructions as tn form of mak
ing tpplication may ba obtained by ad
drenlng E. O. Graves, chief examiner.
FROM SAN FRANCICO
X FHA.suia "O, Novuruber 8. Tho fol-
nn account oi a torriuio iragiuy wat
rocslvud from San Matio county to-day
About a year ago, John Green and Oliarlus
Kintuy, proprietors of tho Lincoln Hotel
at Puscadoru, exchanged properties, Green
triled much other property at Petcudora
wltli Kinzoy for land In Iowa and other
stales. Upan Green going OBit, bo found
that Klnzev did not own tbo land hu
represented, a.ld camo back and com
1 areeu'. wlfehad H homestead Died m. land
.t i.c,d. and .h.t .. did ,.t
a v A UV. i sshu
sion thn deads. On coming back went ( nt
. r , a ,. n H
hor lanu ana iook jiratonmu uiaiiiii
of It fouror five days ago and ii now y.
Ing on It. Latt evening Kinzy hired a
number of men and together with Mn
K, attempted to omt tho Green family and
take possession of tho lmtiio or burn It.
Greon forbid them coming on tho prop
erty and ordered them to leave. The at
tncUlnir pirty, conslitlng of Win, Dow.
Alex McLoan and Michael McLean forcrd
tbo gate open leading to tbe yard ai.d
made a rush for tbo door. Ilarvoy Green
who was outside, wat shot ilea I near tho
door. Tno Green family, inside, then
opened lire utiun tho attacking iinrtv and
duvo them awnv. Dow wr.s s'ichtly
Wound" ! alto A McLoan : Joe Green bad
one (f hit fingers shot oil'. Kinzoy and
nis gsng were arrcrled and ttkon to Ito l
wood City, whero thero was great oxcit
ment and threats of lynching. The coro
ner' Jury found them guilty of murder
in tbe first degree
F0STAL CLEnct AnttFSTEt) rOH KOBBIKO
J. W. Fatton, a clerk in tba poit office
In this city ond n cousin of Senator Sar
gent, n,i another clerk, K. D llerrlck
wsre Arrested, cnaiu ..mi eialing from
tbo ofllco oponlng letters for tbat pur
Maduiu, Novemlor8 Tho olUjial ga
zotto announces that nn rngagement hs
takn place betwoon tho Carllns nnd Ilo
publicans near Miranda Delarga, but says
tho result It rot known,
Losooy, ovpmbor 8 Ono hundred
and four tbnuiand pounds of bullion were
shipped to-day from Soutliarnton for Now
ST11IK IS(5 llltlCKLA YKKS
JOS. AUCII 110MEWAUD 1JOUM)
CU1JANS TO HOLD AN INDIGNA
KENYON. COX & CO MAKE S AT
FACTO P. Y SETTLEMENT.
FINANCIAL MATTERS A
Till: TNMAN LISE STEAMER
RICHMOND ALL HKiilT.
THF- DISTRICT CIVIL SERVICE
POSTPONEMENT UK THE TIME
for holding examina
tions. FROM NEW PORK.
New Yoiik, Nov 8 'Ihe bankruptcy
caiu ut Keiivun, Uox .V Lu, has been let
tied taliilactorv to all.
Thn week slosos with improved feeling
Wall street feels belter tUall yesterday
I hero aro no lurther suspensions and tbu
banks uru growing stronger. It-poris
fn m thu Weal uruoncourHging, uml vablu
telegrams from London are much less
it isoinl, though not altogether us dclirud
Money Is loaned at li 1-3 tn G percent
Foreign oxchniige quiet and lirni, closin
at 6 J-1 to 6 7-8 Mr CO days, 8 1-4 for
eliht, and i) lo tl I 1 for cable trnnsfers
O'liltt tlfcllned in 7 curly In thu day, but
arwMi Mv.uigivi in , uml cloiod
at 7 1-2. Clearances, Sl,000,0u(). Gov.
uriiments stead v at nominal prices, Slato
bonds dull and very little doing. Slocks
quiet, but a tinner feeling prevails.
to-day it moja choorlul, owing to the ab
sence of utifavorablu news from London.
Thu stock market has been very quiet
and chunges slight, except in few imttances
as compared with latt night's clntini:
quotations. Thu market advanced J lo 4
per cent,, buttbli has since, been partially
lott Erie sold al 3-10 against 30 lal
evening, though tba pricu afterwards re
acted to 38.
Tho directors of the Union Trust com
pany weru in sesiion to-duy, :oniideruig
their reorganisation, -but adjourned till
Monday without coming to any conclusion.
THE HTKAltSlllr CITV OK KICIIMONI),
which a London dispatch announces us
over duo, left this port two weeks ago to
day. Sho is onu of tbu largest vessels
entering this port and ono of tho latest
addition to thu Iiiman llert. Tho agent
of thn Inmiin lino in thin city says no
anxiety need hufult concerning thu tafety
of tho vo'sel, as tho delay In her urrival
is probably duu to '"mo accident to hor
Royal Semmas, indicted for murder-in
thu second degree in connection with the
KUuy case, surrendered hiiuselt to-day
lo tbu sheriff ot (aeeni county, and was
taken to Brook ly with his hi other, pre
viously arretted un u similar iiidictmuut.
THE UKICKLAYKH'h hTltl k k.
Tbo strike of the bricklayer! und la
borers continues, iiuilders who desire tn
carry on work aro able to find u sutllcienl
number of mun who are willing to wurk
at reduced rater, and it is nut unusual to
llnd tiiechanicB applying for tho work ot
un unsktl el laboier. In some inrlancus
thu tubstitules for mtn on strike liuvu
been Induced tu luuvo work, tbo society
men promising them all thu money tbey
needed. Tho working men have resolved
lo petition Coiigrmt to repeal tbu tarill
nn buttura' silk plush, and to-morrow will
consider their own condition in this city
with a vluw to its improvement,
' About 10U mon uro omployod on tbe
poitolllcu building working under the
eight hour law, and it is intended to keep
thu forcu up to this number during tbu
.1 II. Maucb and T. Uooth, two of thn
Polaris cruw, havo arrived and will
proceol to Washington immediately.
Iiy direction of tho aoirotary of tho navy
the remaining members of tbo
exploration. Mr. Iirynn, astronomer, u
expected hero next week.
JOSKl'll A HUH
left to-day for England ; alio Mark Twlan,
who only arrived from thoro two days
"on their XAn."
Gon. Quardn and several othor prom!
t'ni Cubans, it is said, will tako immedi
ate tups to bold a iiicctltig in this city, to
express their indignation ut tho recent ex
ecution or ttiuir irienus in untie, ii is
tald thai Gen. Aguileras will toon bavo in
readiness 400 men for Cuba.
Police CommLiioner Charllck was ox
pelled from Tummany Hall tho other
night on the motion of John Morris,
K'creturv; and now Commissioner Char
lick bat inuod an order to havo all
gambling homes and policy thnps of the
city closed up, under pain of dlmliial
from tho department ol captains who do
not sea that this order Is carrlod nut In
tlio letter. Ho says of Tammany Hill;
' Tho canernl committee was to rolorm
the cltv. Now they shall havo it. Tbo
pollen department cun givo it to them."
It was expected that Tummony would to
day formally prefer charges against
Commissioner Charllck. nnd domand hit
removal by Mayor Ilavnmeyer.
Tho allegations aro that gross
f'auds wero cnmmlttod In certain district
whero comminioneri had a grudge tu
gratify, that thn inipccton of elections
were chanced when thought neoeior. tn
defeat Cnndldatet: that Dollcemen .
titod bnlore and on the day of election to
Intlmldato voters, and oven ttrcet sweep,
ers wero dismissed from tho omploy of tho
city when thought to bu friendly to obnox-
iuui uitnuiuaiet. 11 is (Ho laid
that sorlous charges aro to bo preferred
a pa i-oiice superintendent Matsol in
relation to bis management arid alleged
manipulation of tho election return", and
utlng tho pollco force to effect a purpoio.
l tuniui! punio oi mis Ui;llt Is, It Is
lleged Commissioner Onarllok nw.ll tile
place In tbo pollco boa d to John Mor
riseey ; hn could not bavo been confirmed
without his consent, and was only put In
nnmlnatlod bv the insvnr fe Mnrrta..
had been consulted by n friend.
TERRlnLE STA1I0INO ArVRAT.
A special di'DHlch to thn Chronicle from
Mononcaheli Citv. Pennsvlvanu. ttei-
"About six o'clock last nvening, n young
man namod JrnM Olemnns, stabbed hit
fadier with n butchor Itnlfo In tbo ahdo.
men, and then thrust tho knlf.i into bis
nwti lido, batween tho ribs Tho cauin Is
ild to bo a lawsuit, which was d elded
BBalnst tho son. Thn youne man Hlod In.
antlv. Tho fathcr't woundt BIO thntlrrht
to bo fatal. "
PlTT.anURO IN'ovemlier HMnnnnr.t,.l.
5 feet and falling. Arrived: Junlatta at.d
tow boat Tigress, from Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. N .vembor s Ulvoe r.
feet nnd falllne. Departed: Arllnutnn.
Memphis; Thompson Dead, Now Orleans.
PlTTntIltO, Nnvembar 8.-TIn rlve 1.
6 feet In the chnnnol and on a stand, It
rained all las', and n tllglit shower to-day.
Nkw OrtLKAN.v November 8. Ar
rived Marv Houston. Louisville. Do-
parted- Seminole, Whlto river. Clear
Vickmiuro. November 8. Down: Jno
Ilnward, J II, Scuddnr, Itnrlha limner,
11 T Turner. Up: John Kennev. Para
ennd, Rodman. Weather cool and rain
hVANSviLLtt November 8 Clear and
mild: mercury Ss to 60. Itlver fallen t!
feet. Port list Down Louisville, 7 p
mj Jiary utvncoanil Largo and Willi
noon J Mary Arnent, 2 p m: Oroy Eagle,
3 p rir Up Idlrwild. 1 a mi Gemot
uouern, n m; fayette, J. n m. Husi
I.OL'IsiVILLE. November B Itlver fall.
ing slowly. Weather clear and pleasant,
Arrivid: l't hogors, Clncicnati; Hlue
Wing. Kentucky river; Dove, Madison;
Morning Stir, IItrideran; Ironsides eml
uares.bi. Kouls. Departed. Pat Rog
ers, Cincinnati; II ue Wing, Kentucky
river; Dove, Madison: Mornlni? Star. Hen.
uerson, iiuiiiiuat nnu oarges, 1'ittiburg
or. Iooia, rfovembor 8 Artived
.Northwestern, heoku' ; Citv of Q ilncy
New Orleans, Departed: Elliott, Mem
phi; Ni rthwestern, Keokuk; A lantic.
ew(Jrloms; Juli, Vickhurg; Macule.
Illinois river. Hivor ri ing. Weather
cloudy and warm Calasns sold tn-dnv
for ten tbuiand dollart to M L and A 1
Hall and otberi.
.iiKsirius, nvemuor 8 lliver rose
about 3 inches during the day. Huslniss
fair. Arrived: (!rand Towar, 81 Louis
James Howard, Cairo; John Kyle and
Mary Alice, Now Orleans. Departed:
.Israel llnwarl, Mi Orleans; John Kvle,
jiinneoia, unrinriati. i he James Hon
ard tok on 13 raco lionet onroute for
MAllKE I Rlil'ORT.
Nxw OnLiCA.M, November 8. Molasiet
quiet und centrefugol, nc, prime 67q
.iricuy prime uP(u,ouc.
Others uncbang J.
Ciiicaoo, November 8. Flour dull but
holder aro not willing to make conccs
sums wi.icli tiuyora deiuund.
neat inir dtmand with lowor rates
and very unsetllod, No 1 spring 08c;
northwest l; No 2, U9llcraih,ckslng
Die spot, 93jo N v ; No 3, M3jc.
Lorn lair demand at lower ratet and un
settled; closing, steadier, No mixed 33
fi.3lc lash, 25c Dec.
Gain fa r demand and advanced. Nc2
Rye quiet and unchanged, No 1, f,0s
IJariey quiet and unchanged; No 'i fall
$1 23(j,.M; No 3 tpring B0g,81c.
St. Loi-i, Novombor 8. Ilernn is dull
Plour is flat, no rnarkot.
Wheat is dull and lower; No 2 iprlne
87(,yo! ; No 2 rod fall offered at $1 -18
cash, SI 35 hid; No 3 Si ldj.il 10 bid.
Corn, dull ; No 2 mixed 3j33c reg
Oats, very dull; No 2 mixed SOJOIOc
Ilurloy, dull; buyers mostly out of
Rye, slow and weak ; No 2 UJQfjOc.
Pork, nn offerings; nominal at I.'la
Dry salt meott, quiet: clear rib and
sidet Cjc. Ilacnn, quiet and unchanged.
Shoulders, OJo. Clear rib, C(Jf)Jc cash.
Lard, dull and unchanged.
Cattle, In good demand; good to choice.
natlvn ttcers nominal at $t(i5 25; win
tered Texan $2 &04 70: through SI 50
Ci 2 60.
Hoes, quiet at $3 2&G3 tO, Itectipti
Nr.w YonK, November 8 Flour heavy
and uiirottlcd and lowor! superior western
$4 "6(ii)5 55; common tn good 55 600;
good to chord $0 0JC 75; whito wheat
extra $0 75(o7 tn.
viiisKy eienuy ni uic.
Wheat firmer and advanced in the ox-
change and has increased in export do.
mand; .Nn 2 Uhlcauo spring, fl 'iCOl
.o 3 (i 25; l own spring $1 2b(oi zb;
white weilorn $1 451 C5.
Ryequlet, western 05c.
Corn ehadi firmer; prime wcttern Mix
ed afloat 68c; high mixed and yellow weil
Oatt dull; now western mixed IGQ'tCc;
Cotlee dull, unchanged.
Sugar qulol, firm.
Pork dull; new mois $ 15.
lleof and cut incuts unchanged; middles
Lard Irmer; western steam 1c.
'Jorner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Loult,)
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
1ILANIC ROOKS of ovory description clone
with ncatneaa and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at abort notice, llihlcs, Jluslc
M siiazlneH and Pnrlodlculs bound uoatam
t tho lowest noaalble ratet.
ounty wort, such as Records, Dockels
Vie Hooks, lllanki, etc., made a ipoclallty
'loxea, Pocket Hooks, Knve lopes, etc
ma le io oruer n-is
SAMUEL P. WIIEELKR,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllcc over First National bank. 8-Iu3m
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otllce over First National bank. 3-lMm
John II. Mulkey.
Willam C. llulkor
ATTOItNEYsS AT LAW
Ollice! Eiirhth street, between ('irninwr
clal and Washington avenuet.
O-IS II, .
GltEEN & UILUEUT,
William II. (Ireen, )
William II (sllbsrt, J- CAJftO, ILLINOIS.
VHne!il attention ilteo la A.Imi,ii ..
orrioa oiuo Lnvxtt, uoowte 7 akd 8 ovn
PITT KATtflWAl, HAWK.
BEAI, KWTATK AWKWCH .
0. WINSTON & OO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 ("KCOHD FLOOa) OHIO L1V1B,
But and Sill Uial Kstati,
I'UP.NIHU AHSTltACTS OK TITLK
in su E an'c e r
csAFFORD. MOHKI3 & CANDEE,
73 Ohio Uisee,
CITY VAIIoNAL DANK UWILUIXO
Tbe oldest e'tabllsbed Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing oer
SC5,O0l) 000 00 I
of the bet
Insurance Capital ol
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OanT'L-Ornca, 17a WasimnotohSt.
Un. Uennan Lite lnunn:t Company
guarantee not only l'ald-up Policlci but
al-o a Value In Caali on the Non-forfclturt
JOHN A. UUOK, - - . Pretldont
0. KNOUKLSDORF, - - - Merretary
JOHN W. l'RUESS,
Agent for Cair0 and vicinity,
SKCTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Kick Relief by weekly due' and mutual
co-operation In objecta of public bcnetlt.
The Lite Insurance Policies will be issnied
by tbe Tcutonla Life In'uraneo Company.
H. MKVERS, President.
JOHN W. PItUKSa. Ao't.
rur S'olrnainil Tlelrslty
WHITE COLLAK 1'LAN1NG MILL
M WAI.TKSIM, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
lath, shingles, okdar posts
1)00118, sash, blinds
Kurnltbed on abirtestnotiea.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth aai
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
HARD AMIS NUFr.
Keep constantly on band
Floobi.no and Sidino, also Lath.
order a Hnllellrtf
UlU. AKDTARU COB?Kll TIIIRTT-SOUTII
BTKKET AND OHIO LKVICI.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
riltCMII FAI.I. 8TYI.KH.
M It S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swonders,)
announcea that fho has Just opened a larga
aaortiucut ol the
Millinery Ooods to ho lound in Ihemurket.
Shu will keep on baud
Uats, Uonnktu, Klovtem, Ribuokb,
DllKSH TltlMMlNOa OF ALbKlHUH,
Ladiks FuitNiaiiiNQ Giionu, Notions,
COLI.AKH, UNOKKeLKEVKM, RuKKS,
And all iroods lound in nilllincry stores, all
ol which will bo disposed of at the lowest 1
cai-li prices. Mrs, Jackson respectfully ,
has been so liberally hestsowed upon her
Die ladies of Cairo and the vlcimtv. .
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M4,
I1E8JDEN0K No. TbirtMBlb aatr
IV Iweea WashiDkion avenue and Wa,
Offloa 1U OammaroUl avaaoa, up f