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Tli.HH CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOYEMBEtt 11, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
rafter of the City and Connl.
JOttK IL OBKBLT, Editor and Fnbliihei
TERMS OF THK DAUA PULLKTI5 :
Oh week, by carrier 9 25
at raw bv carrier. In advauco 10 00
Ob year by curler U not psld in
tdVtnce i2 00
taaaianth. bTBudl 100
lire month 3 W
8JUDOPUU .
a yaw 10 00
THUS or WttKLT ntJLLKTl.f.
Oat Tear 91 N
fttx Months..
Tkraa Months
Invariably la advance.
Heading; natter ou every pnajr.
Tn St. Loult 'Timet' it proiporoui.
About tbe flrit of December It will more
Into new and magnificent quarters, and
issue an enlarged and generally Improved
edition.
Mas. It. B. Lkb, widow of Oen. Robert
E. Lea, died at Lexington, Virginia, lait
Thursday. 31 ri. Lee was a great-grand
daughter of Mra. Martha Washington,
wife of OAnVGeorge Washington.
Tbi Burgeis family, man and wife, wbo
had possession of and to monstrously
treated tbe little glr), Carollno Dunning,
once a resident of Cairo, wore tcntenced,
in New Orleans lait week, to tbo peniten
tiary for life.
ras New York 'World' makei lome
foarful exposures concerning Gen, O.
O. Howard's truiteoibip of tbo Freed
man's bureau. Wbllo Lo beld tbat poll
tlon, not lets than thirty-live millions of
dollars pined through hit bands, but tbe
bookt show tbo expenditure of twenty.
Ave millions of dollar, leaving tbo tniall
balance of tltttn million unaccounted
for. We call tbtt a bad showing up lor
each an eminent Ubrittlan soldier at Gen.
Howard. The 'World' substantiates itt
cbtrget by a cloud of witnesses.
TttK latest returns from Kansas place
tbe legislature beyond all doubt. Pomt
roy cannot bo returned to tho United
States sonate. Slill, Kansas will ineitt on
keeping bim In her icrTicc. A number of
gentlemen, called a grand jury, havo pre
sented bit name at a candidate to serve
tbe state in a more bumble capacity than
ba has heretofore occupied. Tbo elec
tion it to coma off some tlrao In tbo future
and decide whether ho shall be excused
from further torricr or not. The election
requires an unanimous Tote, and Pome roy
Is in some doubt as to tbu ruiult of that
Tote. Ho is not at all anxiout uliout forc
ing tbe trial.
Ma. Hisrt O. UxdicrwojI), recently
of L misville and ono of tbo journalists of
thai city, bat taken cbargo, m editor and
proprietor, of tbo Charleston 'Courier,
and greets bit readers at such. In tbu Un
number of that papor. Under its now
management tbo paper will " bo thor-
oughly Democratic in tone," tbo odltor
haTing an enthusiastic faltti tbat tbo De
mocracy is not "a galvanized corpse," but
"a stout, lusty fellow marching on to vie
tory." Ua thJt as it may wo wish Mr
Underwood succoss. Charleston now hat
two railroads running into it, tho Iron
Mountain and tbo Cairo, Arkansas &
Texat railroad. The macbino fhop and
foundriet of tbe latlor rotvl lire to bo
erectod in Charleston, and tho railroad
company it about to erect a largo hotel
for tbe accommodation of tho travolltit!
public. If Mr. Underwood is patient and
penevoring, it is not unlikely that he
will, somelimo in tbo future, inue tbe
'Courier' as a daily journal containing tbo
news of tbo world, inetcsd of a weekly
local newspaper.
DEATH OF COL. II. D. COOK.
Col. II. D. Cook, cbairatss of tbe Illi
nois Board o! Riilrcs.4 and VTutboiu
commlitioncrt, ilsi rt:r iiilesly
at ill bese it Nurniat rt
Salnrdar tight Hit. A fcyritii wr-
rip;2.drit xt2mtg to ii it-li li O'X.
Gvuetri 4luilnt r.f.wti rjtultil oar
ru.U fliiptirtuJWrt, rlriiouf Cvvil in lit
xuiflat aI liii Rrduout Sutitt, Cvd. 3J. V
Cuok, cLuiriEiiu vt tt ij.t.le iivui vS
iiuartud ui$ VudotikV UJH.vmuavi.tTt.
Ov. Oyvt t fc tt.cvb ucc Tniiy, vi;U at
Cr.jtTii!t, i-t itt ji; too r;uti mi if.
postd to costisue bii vjt't, iamih1 Vj
tbit city and ai j jit ill all Friday eight.
In company with McLtuglin Croct-ty, ol
tbe board, Col. Cvok took tbo noon
train yetterday for Normal, where bo r
sids, McLaughlin returning to Spring
field the same evening. This morning be
received a telegram from Col. Cook's ion
conveying tbe ttartling intelligence of the
auddtn death of bit father at C o'clock
tbu morning. Tbe cauio it not ttatd
but it it tbojght to bo heart diicaie. Col.
Cook was aliuuv lifijr year of age, and
Uaveta wife and three childran, and bai
been connected with the ttate govern
ment tince 1805. He terved through
out the late war with xeal and bravory.
In 1866 ba wat appointed by Oov.
Ogletby at one of tbo state agonti to look
after and care for tbe Illinois soldiert in
tbe variout boipitalt throughout tho dlf
ferent ilalei. In 1607 Col. Cook wat con.
tinued at ttate agent, with bit oflke ut
Watbington, D. O., with authority to look
after, arr nge nnd collect tbo claimt of
Illlnoit againtt the general government
In tbit bo wat eminently tuccotiful,
and collected for tbo ttato many hun
dred tbouiand dollars tbat would other
wis havo been but to tbo ttate. Ilu w
till acting in tbit capacity when ho win
appointed by Gov. Bverldeai ono of tbe
board of railroad and warehnuto commis
aloaart, in which pontlon he hot proved
to b equal to tba talk impotod upon hiin.
nd aa chairman of tbe board, bit doatb
will be great blow to tho efficiency of
tbe commissioners.
C 'l. Cook wsi formerly a resident of
Woodford county, and represented it in
tbe general assembly of tbe itato In 1813
ud 1 640, aid was. a faithful and true rep.
eeeUtive of tbe people. Bit death is a
i Md tad blow to bis many friends,
and will tie several felt l-y tho peoploo
tbo ttate, whoio champion he was by vlr
tuo of bi position ctnlfnun of tto
railroad and warehouse cotumlsiloncu.
The time of bit funeral has not boen
fixed, but will doubtien taVa placo cn
Tuesday noxt."
n
THE SPRAUUKd OF RHODE ISL
AND. (Correspondence Mew York Herald.
1-roiu what 1 have said of tno early
blitory of tbo Spraguo lamlly, and the
vnitnei of tLo iiihontanco which full to
tbe children of A.mrtu and William
spraguo, the uldor, it will be u mutter of
Interest to most readers to ascertain how
the inmlly It at prvtent composed. Tbo
A. it w. spraguo Jianuiacturing com
pany compritcs Jin. fanny spraguo,
Jin. Alary Sprague, Mr. Amasa
tiprugue, Senator William Sproguo,
and two tons and two diughtors
of Mr. Ed win lloyt. Tho two ladles first
namod aro tbo widows of Amain and w II-
Ham Sprague, reipcctivoly. Amatiand
'William Spracue are both sunt ef Amata
Sprague, and tbo lloytt aro the children
of a daughter of William Spngtie, who
married Mr. Kdwin lloyt, tho hud of tho
bouie of lloyt, tjprtgiio X (Jo . of New
York. A mat a Sproguo had diuzhten,
who aro married, ono of them to
tbe Hon. Thomas A. Doyle, for
imaoy years the mayor of this
city, out who teems to usio no
intexeit in ttio oorrprnuon, and William
Spregun nnd an only sou, liyron Sprm-uc,
who soil out of tho company threu or four
years previous to bit dentb, nlilcli occur
red in I860. This completes tho Spraguo
family oxcept tbwie of it who bulonp; to
the riling generation. Of tbo latter it Is
only necrtiary lo premise that there It a
fourth "William Sprsgue, tbe ion of the
senator, now almoit a lad, who inny yet
bope to succeed to hi father's builntu and
more than his father's power.
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin,
NEW YORK.
REFORM IN THE BANKING nUSI
NESS. SUIT AGAINST CHAS. A. DANA.
SLAUGUTKK OF CUBAN PRISON
ERS. FRAUDS IN THE LATE NEW YORK
ELECTION.
FROM NEvV YORK.
fttroHU TUB DA.NK1XQ HUblHES.i,
New Yor.K, November 10 Ynrious
reform tneuiurcs uro being ditcutted by
.lie batiks as to tbo bel method ol con
ducting buiino?s in tho future. Tbo clear
ing homo committeo will doubtless re on
upon tbu matter vo y toon. It now ruatiis
curtain that the commitlcu will dccluru
aguinst piiymcnt of iiiluresl on depusitct
nnd also against tbo ciriitication ot bank
checks except when tho money is actually
no deposit. Tbe proposition lo compel all
railways lo mako to stock exchange full
monthly (tiitumentf, meets wan general
fvor. It appears tbtt tinco tbe lint bunk
Uatemuut was published tbe atsociutcd
bnk hvo loit tn dupotilet tu Ihu uxlunl
of $-17,000,000 j of greenbacks 511,000,000
tnd or gold fJ.OOO.OOO
TO lit: TltlED.
Tho" fult Of Cartway Xamar agalmt
Cuai. A. Djna to recovur damage lor al
leged Illegal Jmprlnontnont ur loo saniu
liy Dana wnon llio miiur was associated
iecretary of war, which trial has been on
.Ua callendar of tho United etatos circuit
court for n lom; tlino. Tbe trial taker
place buforu JudgoSMpman to-morrow.
riKA.NCIAL,
Money eaiy duriri'r tho greater port of
to-day at 7 pur cunt., and finally loaned
down tollfill per cent. To-duy is tbu llrsl
day for two monllli that it bus been a dil-
Uculty to employ monoy on satisfactory
collateralt. 'Ihu associated banks gained
760,000 legal tenders to-duy. Sturliue:
dull &i fiO days, nnd 8J(8l tight. Cui-
lom rueeipii iU5,uuu. uuia quiet nt 7JQj)
it with bulk buiiness at 7(aii?. Loaur
u(a)7. Gold llnai rato C per tent. Assis
tant treasurer disouried 1 23,000. Clear
ings S35,OO0,0tiO Governments firm in
lata dealing, u it tout important change
in pric. atato uonui ami tvj' linn.
Stocks dull and cbaaget i.igbt.
ZLV-TH.S TtUVLt.
Tbe Ttiatcsry ia.i committee met this
tvx.i& to iriTUti;tl tto lite alleged
ie-.-ucb Irt-. J i Uit Siswa Httiii titiitd
4. it be i.tf d 3 situ cj tb evening of the
elwuva arrange v rtat, tr.d aw one
jI Uwu re;tki ntsJ-ar. Hv cbitr,g-)
-bm, ix; i4.Sfc.ttVr nitSHsi bit oatb.
A auaibvt v( wiu.wtt-1 tecied to isipee
ion touML'r yp tbi cbkbging twl;tt; alio
st.t u-tpteUttt ai4 pltc bad intltnidateo
vimitvxzaA c.Uni. Two icir-ctort
iv93 tit, ii osff tbe tltttlon dUtrictt
itvy wizj'M 1:5 tlcis-ts for Charlt-a Rude,
s,a W: for James Ryan. They iube
jue'.tly law the Jt'.urct al.itdt tbe po
lice precinct lol'C for i'.ullty. Oibcr ev.
.1tr.ee wi taken bearing vnry hardly on
!'o1i Uororni'koritr CbarLck and U. H.
Cornrniiiioner Jobs I Davetfx;rt.
Nrw Yokk, November 10. A private
letter from a truitvorthy iciico, datoJ
Havana, November Ctb, sayi an ofliclal
telegram wai jeiterday received at tbe
palace, from 1'uerto l'rincire. of un en
gagement between tbo Spanish force and
a column of Insurgent! uniUr command
'if Han uula, in which tho Iniurgcnt.
were badly beaten, losing 20 killed and 80
taken prironcr. The Spauiih oonimandiir
sauted all the prlsoncti to bo shot on tbo
field of battle, Tho fnv rnor of Vuurto
l'rlnclpn upon hearing of It, took tbe com.
rnand away from tl.a Spanlih commander
and arrcited bim, telegraphing to thocspt.
gnoral. Tho latter immcdistoly tele
graphed to Puerto I'rincipo csuing the
rornmandcr to bo reinstated, and ordering
tho governor to Havnria. It is thought
i ho governor feels undue vrnpatby tn.
ward the Insurg'-nts, thrrugh the Influ.
;nee of till wife, who is an aunt of tho Into
urutnonte.
PROBABILITIES.
Vabuinotok, Novembor 10. For tho
Nurthwisi rising tumpuralure, boutliorly
winds and cl udy wuather. For Uppur
liakes nnd tlieiico over Indiana and I 111.
noli northerly winds, warinnrund incros
l g cloudy waiher. For Kentucky and
leuntieo nortbsasiorly wind, riling
temporuturo and partly cloudy wi-Hther
For Gulf Htates light ralnnblu winds and
partly cloudy weather. Fur .South At
Untie statei northuniterly and toutheuHt.
rly winds and iMinriiv oi ,oi....
I-or Iwiver Lkes nnrth' tlv wind, lower
Umperatiiro and partly d udy weatl er.
rnr Middle and haitorn Htatu north wen.
riy wiiios, iow lomperaturo and generally
littl'kTocjc
Little Rocx, November 10 .Eight of
... iiiiij-itiaiiHrB in inn mooting aiiray in
uiumj novo ueen arrested, and aro
now ia jau
TELB6RA.PHI6.
WASHINGTON.
BEFORE THE UNITED STATES
COURT.
EX-PRESIDENT JOHNSON GET
TING HIS MONEY BACK.
ABOUT
THE CAPTURE
VIROI.NUS.
OF THE
SANTA
ROSA A TROUBLESOME
CUSTOMER.
THE
JAY COOK & CO.
RUPPOY CASE.
BANK-
"WAsmsaTO.v, November 10. Tho sj
promo court of ihu United Slates was to
day in teuton in hearing tbo caio ol the
Union Pacitlc Railroad company vs.
Peilitor, treaiurcrof Lincoln county, Ne
braska, involving tho queilons whether
tbo property of tho road it llttblo to bo
taxed by stittet through which tbo road
paiied, and wbotber It is competent for n
county to tax for unorganized territory
adjacent to it under tho law of tho state.
Win. M. Evartl appeared for the com
pany, and J. M. "Wood worth of Omaha,
for the ttate.
Amonc tbe depositors who to-dny ro
eolti'il tlilrlv nerennt. nf their drnnniu In
tho Firit National bank, was ux-Preii-
icm jounion who recoiveu neariv
$92,t0).
nt i vir.aiNus Arrant.
AYxsuiNoro-v, November 10. Nothing
of marked importanco occurrd to-day
with reference to the Virglnus alMr, with
tbe exception of a diipatch from Minister
Sickles, notifying tho secrotnry i f
ttato that tbo Spanish govornmont bad
telegraphed to tuu captain general to stay
all further proceeding iu tho cntu of cap
tives now in custody. Miniitor Sickles
wato have had an'lntervlew with the
Spanih ministr of foreign i.fftiri. The
execution which iccontly occurrml
Is condemned in official circles
ai brutal, when all the facts attending it
becamo known. Should it appear tbat
tho International law lia been violated,
Immediate measures will bo taken to
maintain the dignity of tho govornmrnt,
but tbe secretary of state hnt no idea
that the Castolcar Government will bo slow
lo make duo reparation at far at in lit
power, Judelng from itt friendly deposi
tion towardi tbo United States, and an
oxprrticd diirc to cultivate more intimato
relations of peace. Tho ccrotary
is repreiented as saying to-day during on
interview with relrenco to the reported
execution of Santn Rosa, that ho had not
beon officially adviud of it. but that Santa
Rosa had ulven him a groat deal of
trouble. Ho was onco boforo condemned
to death as a pirate, but aftor conuming
a ream of piper, nnd sending and rncelv-
Ing numerous cablo dfpatchr, tbn
gnvornment secured bis release Only
a few weeks ago Snnta Roa wrote to the
secretary tiylng hn owed tbe preservation
nf his life tn him, tlmreforo tho secretary
thought that Santa Eon was not wiio in
aealn Imporlllntr hi safety.
In tho bankruptcy caoliroucht ncainst
J ay Cnoko fc Co,W H. Tennv, by hi
enunsel, lo-day onterd a diiclalmor of
being a partner in the firm.
FOREIGN.
HOTU SIDES CLAIM A VICTORY.
FUENCH ASSEMBLY
ut-1.-1.-1 xt.
CONCILIATION
EMPEROi: WILLIAM RELIEVES
OEN. VON BOON.
GERMANY'.
Bp.r.Li.v, November 10. A royal do-
creo has Icon promulgated relieving
Gen. Von Roon of tho presidency of tliu
I'ruuian ministry, and appointing l'rlnco
IJitmarck in his placo, -md Horr Coinpauscr
minister of finance, vico-prciident.
FRANCE.
coiirr.oiiisK exi-cctko.
Paiiis. Novomber 10. It is anticipated
that tbu compromise oiler ed by the right
will bo accepted, pornaps wlln sumo mod
ulation or addition, itoin sides seem dis
posed lo pursue somo conciliatory course.
t he incitement nuru and at ersallles Is
ulisiding, and it ii believed that tho criili
ii over. J
MEXICO.
RKJOICl.N'O.
Matauora", Novcmbr 10. Through
out Mexico to-day they are celebrating
tbe adoption of tbo additional article to
lb national constitution, amongst which
the abolition of Peonage and separation
of lh9 church and itute. Tho military
paraded, oration worn delivered, and the
ity i Illuminated to-night amidst genoral
rijolcing.
ENGLAND.
TUB CAKI.ISTK.
Lojfiio.v, November 10. Tho Carliits
continue to claim tbo great victory at
Mirvado. They report that Morrlones was
driven from tbo vicinity of Oncstella to
Loiorcn. On tbo other hand Gen. Mor
rionrs in his oOlclal report of tbo battle to
tbe Spmiiih government itatoi that ho
paed two nights nn tho ground pre
viously held by tho enemy.
CUBA.
Havana, Novomber 10. Advices from
m. i fiomus tip 10 inu otii intt., uavo ocou
ru:civud. Nuws bsa reaihul that island
ttiht (.tn. I.iltmnir. ntlll ri.Hr.-fl frnrn ihn
leadership of tho revolutionary forces In
L. I. . I.. . L- . .
ouu ininiiiL:'! i"ru iiioiuna nuu ui been
11 I 1 .. . I. - I- . . 1 . A 1
recane'i oy insurgent cuieit ntiu will
riiimnM bis nld (inliiniftnd ll Ii aittin.i..il
that undur bis command tho rnvolutlonisU
will makn tupromi) eiiort and either tri
umph or bo unnihilated.
FROM MEMPHIS.
YELLOW rKVEIl.
MKurniH, Novomber in, Tho strooU
to-duy wero crowded and presented tho
sumo itppjarancu at before tho fever
broke out. Nearly all the absenleot have
returned. Weather ipiltu warm. Only
iwo deaths from lever to day. Howard
association, reports flvo now cases.
ci'.cialla'h KXAMI.NATIO.S'.
Aldariuan Cuciall, for tliu alleged crime
of drawing rations for llctltloui portms
and approprluting them lo his own use,
was arranged belnro a eommlttcu of thu
board this atturnoon. Evldonco vorv coi -Hiding,
Tho commltluo reserved "their
decision until to-morrow.
-.
FROM SALT LAKE.
Salt Lake, November 10. Matthew
Jvinney, an engineer on ihu Central Pa.
clfiu rullroud, wits shot at Ogden on Sat
urday afternoon by n co.ored mon named
Clmrloi .Mingo, lie died Irntt evening.
Tho Utah Southern railroad is coin
ploted within two miles of i'roro, Tbu
Utah Northern narrow gaugu is being
extendod from Brlgbam City, its former
terminus,to Ogden. Track-laying is now
progreuing rupidly and it will probably
bo completed iu ono month.
MISCELLANEOUS.
EXECUTION Of THE VIR0INIT3
PRISONERS.
GEN.
RYAN DIED LIKE A BRAVE
MAN.
MEMPHIANS RETURNING HOME.
ARREST OF SOMEOF'THE ARKAN
SAS ASSASSINS,
MEETING OF THE. U.S. COMMIS
SIONERS AT PITTSBURG.
CORRUPTION IN THE INDIANA
POLIS CITY COUNCIL.
A BOIiD RORBERY IN TEXAS.
FROM INDIANAPOLIS.
I.nmakaimlis. November 10. In ro
spoiuo tn gravo charges of corruption
tnr.do against certain tiumburs of tho city
council in the Sentinel of ibis morning,
that body met to-night and appointed a
committeo to tako tho testimony with
powor to send for persons and papers.
FROMBOSTON.
Bo?.tox, Novomber 10 Tho wifo of
John H. Crie, clork of tho freight depart
ment of tho old Colony railway, died to
day in n dcntlst't etiko while under the
intluenco of ethor. Only a tmall cpuan
tity bnd been administers when (ho
wont Into convulsions and died loon nftor.
FROM PATTERSON, N. J.
COLLISION.
Patteiiso.v, Novomber 10. A tolltiion
Is reported to havo occurred on the Now
Yorlt and Oswego Midland railroad, near
ilanco:k, New York, this evening. An
engineer, fireman nnd a lady paitel ger
nro reported killed.
17JUOM SAX FKANCISUO.
Sa: Fr.ANCiaco, November lo. Mr.
Ucuick, tbu poslotllcu clerk who uas ur
re id with Pattou und nnothor ulvru toi
tampering with letter, l.m I oen di
clinrirctl, liu havlci: shown coociliivcin
tli.it the letters opened by bim were tn hi
own addrtis. ration will probably waive
an uxnminntlon, us bo )iu partlaliy :oii
tciicd hit guilt.
CORPUS CURISTO.
UAr.x.vn noimtnv.
Col'.rua Ctimari, November 10. A bold
robbery wai committed on tbo Ctb in tbi
county, at Conception, by n yr.ng of about
eight armed Mexicans, who entered tbe
store of Mr. Scbubarl about six o clock in
tbo afternoon, carrying away a large
amount of money and arm. No step
were taken to arrest tho flight of the band,
who aro suppotod to havu fled to Mexico.
The boldneis of tbu robbery shows the in
efficiency or luck of policemen or troops.
FROM KEY WEST.
Key Wusr, Fa., November 10,-
A lot-
tor from Jinvann dated November otb
gives tliu following account of tho execu
tion ol Virginius prisoners ut Santiago de
Cuba. Tbu fuur prisoners weru abut at
Ihu place madu turnout by prisoners' ex
ecutions, and in an unusual munnur,
kneeling close to Slaughter Houu Wall
All marched to tho apot wit.i llamnuss.
Buubutlu and Ryan showed marked
.............. .1.1, ...... I, . V... f.,.... ...... .II..I..U.
xtfeelud townrd tlio last. Tho two oilier
I ,...!. I....l. .1 l...f .U-
banduged, but Kynn kept up to tho last
and nover flinched a moment and died
without fear or rig rut. A. iluutinttu nnd
Ryan wero killed at tho first discharge.
FROM PITTSBURG.
Fmsiiuno, Novomber 10. Tho I'nl
ted States commiisioncrs to Immiro into
tho cnusi-s of stoam boiler explosion, who
met In Nov York on Saturday will rneot
In I'ittsburg on Tuesday November 18tb
Experiments will bo mado on Wednosduy
t Ii o lfith, upon 3 new bnilors, each being
21 feet long by -10 inches in diamutor with
two fourteen inch roturn flues in oach.
Two of those boilers nro iron nnd ono
steel. They wero constructed specially
for tho test.
death or vatiiku uiiazii..
Rev. Father Brazil, a Catholic priest,
died hero yesterday morning of consump
tion. He w.'i transferred to thit dioccso
four ycurt ago from Dubuque, Iowa.
FROM CHICAGO.
1IILLIARD TOURNAMENT.
Chicago, Novombnr 10. The billiard
tournament at Music ball opened to-night
by a game between Jt.oph Dyon of New
York, and Peter Snyder of Chicago.
Tho gamot are all for a thousand point
French enromcs. Dynn won in tho 07th
inning by a tcoro of '100 to 272. Dyon's
avoraco 305. Tho largest run Dyon mado
was 07. Snydor's lurgeit wat -15. The
(cennd gamn was between Francis Ubatsy
and John Besungor. Ubassy load from
tho start piling up runs of 09, 05, 07, etc.,
and making doublo nutnbort in nearly
cvtry run.
RIVER.
Itlat nnJ rail or llio ItlVt'.HK
For'JIhoitrs ending 0p.m., Nov. 10, 1B73
(Above Changes.
iow i
water. I
STATIONS.
Krowiisvllio
llruiibWiuk
Cairo
Cincinnati
l)jenpoit
Dubuqiio
Kvuiisvillo
Kurt Benton
Hermann
Jcliorsou City
Kuusas City
Koktik
LCroieo
Leavenworth
Lexington
I.lttlo Rock
Louisville
Marietta
Memphis
Morgantowii
Naiihvlllo
Now Geneva
New Orleans ...
Oil City
Omaha
l'uducah
1'ltUburg
l'lattriuouth
Slireveport
St. Joseph
HU Louis
St. 1'utll
Vlclthlitirg
Wamaw
Yankton
1 21
0 II
12 1
II Hi
t! !
l a
0 1
1 0
2 II
is 8;
3urfnce of water below licticn mart.
Knwi.v (iai.jmi,
Observer Slg. tier. U. B. A
Cincinnati, November 10. River 10
feel 0 inches in tho channel and fulling,
Fittmiuro.1I, Novomber 10. Rivor
rising with t feet 10 inches in tho chan
nel. Cloudy and cool.
VioKHiiuno, Novomber 10. Down
Hollo Leo. No boatt up, Arrlvod City
of Vlcksburg. Clear and cool. River
riling.
Eaihville, Novembor 10. River fall,
ing, 3 feet 7 Inches on shoals, Arrived,
Ada Bellman, Cairo. Departed, Tyrone,
Cairo. Weather cloar and ploasant.
Mivipms. November 10. River rlsine-
slowly. AVoother clear And warm. Ar
rived: j D I'arkor, Cincinnati i Mary
Boyd. Little Rock. Dnartod : Glencou.
J Klnnoy, Belle Memphis, St. Louis;
ii oiiio, now urieana.
St. Louis, Novmlor 10, Arrived
Bertram, Keokuk; Hobbs, "Wheeling:
Capitol City, Vicktburg ; Coal Hill, Ohio
rlvor. Departod Bertram, Keokuk;
Chester, Memphis: McDonald, Lincoln;
Llborty, Cairo. River itationnrv. Cool
and ploasant.
EvANaviLL. November 10. Weather
clear and mild, morcury 40 to 01. River
na lalled zn Inelies. Down! Evansville,
10 p.m.; Arllngtf n, 7 p.m., Rpgtena and
barges, l! p tu.; Mary Anient 2; Arkantat
Bllo. 0: Thomnion Dean. 0. Buslnets
dull.
New OnLEANS. Nnvomhor 10 Ar.
rived Henry Probaico, Bello of Texas,
Cincinnati: John Howard. Louisville:
Tom Jatper, John Scudder, Mollln
.Muuir, uk. iMuit. uepariea .itnry
Houston, St Loult; Exporter, St. Loult;
Katy Chicot, city. Clear and warm.
LottavtLLi:, Novembor 10. Klvcr
fallinc with 0 foot In tbo canal and 1 fVei
Inpnitdown Indiana ichute. Cool and
cloudy Now canal ready for business.
J R Montgomery, pilot and pirt owner of
tbo Mary Houiton, died on tho stoarmir
Grey Etglo Sunday morning, 76 miles
nuiow uanniuai. ucn Lytic. Cincinnati;
Cbarmor. Evansvllle: Orev Eacle. Hnn.
dorion. Departures Gen Lytle, Cincin
nati; cnarmer, uincinnoti; i urascon,
uenuorton.
MARKET REPORT.
New York-. November 10. "Whrni
itradp; Iowa pring, SI 32t83 winlor;
red western choice. $1 f0.
Rjf quint Heady; western Otc.
Barley heavy.
Con. h rhadu Urmor and moderately act
ivi; primu western mixed afloat, t9i0c,
yellow western COfJlCOic: wbllo C'Jc: wet-
em ml.V'd in t ro C8je.
Uals opened a fthadi llrmr; rimed quiet;
now weitorn mixed afloat lOJf3l7Je; white
western 4T(iVf8c?.
PnrkqnUt and (teady; now men S15.
Beef and cut meets unchancwp
Lard firmer; steam 7 3-1C07
Chicoj, November 10. Flour qtilot,
jut ttiady.
Wheat opennd firm, clotcd dull and
lower; No 1 spring 0?99c; No 2 sold
up to 95c ciuli; closed nominal 03c; Da
cembar toldflljc; closed 9'JJo ; No38ic.
Corn opetinl firm, closed dull aiid
lower; No a mixed 31o cush; 3JJo Do
combo r.
Oats dull; No 2 27c caiu 2P28J.j Dc
cornber. Ryo quiet; No 2 CSfjJCOo.
Barloy dull and prices a hado lower;
No 2 fall f 1 23 j No 3 80S2c.
Provisions firm; mcis pork Jll caih;
hold til ' January.
Lard firm at Cjc'cash; fly: Decomber;
GJcJanunry.
Bulk infats, steady tiUt. Short rib
middle, November 5je.
Wbiikey Heady 87e.
St Lol'M, November 10. Hornp, dull
and nominal,
Flour, fiat; entirely nomii.al.
Wheat, spring, unchanged; No 2 8C
87c: No 2 soft ES&OOc; red fall in bett.ir
drmsnd, offered at $1 IP, $1 17J Lid;
nothing dorm in No 2, f 1 33 bid.
Corn, dull; No 2 mediem oirered at
3o5c, 3lJ bid ; reeular car lots sold at 3C
Oats, "in hotter demand nnd lp,2s
lilKliart No 3 mixed 31,3232j, 1st
Deeembor.
Barloy.no demand except for choice;
aalrt of Nebraska prlni: at fl 38.
Rjo, In hotter demand ; No 2 CC(fi2e.
IMrK, HUH j rmall sulci or now murs nt
12c.
Dry inlt meat, dull; shoulders &Jc;
clear ldes CJo rn'h. Bacon, ilull; clcur
rib OJc; clear Cje oh1i.
Lard, dull anil lower; butcher! Cjc.
AVhiikej', dull ; nn batch at -10c.
Cattlo, in good demand ; good to chnleo
nativo steers nominal at jlfiill 25; win
tered Texan ?2 C03 75, through ?l 60
Qi)2 ou.
llngi, quiet at $3 203 u'j. Receipts
tor the ! iirurs i.uou
!iMf isHitiN .hi:koiia.th.
HALL1DAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FOHWAllDINO and OOM3II8SION
Hit It IJ II A N TN,
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
Anil Agtnta uf
OIIIO ItlVHH AND K All AW 11 A
S A.Xi'X COMPAKIBS.
70 Ohio Lkvjih,
(AlHO, ll.LIHIlIP,
U. Aykrh. E. ,1. AYEita.
AYKKS fc CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GENEUAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lvk, Cairo, Illb.
l-7.t f
It. J. OUNDIFF,
GENEUAL PRODUCE
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT
No, 17 EicmTit St.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
PET Jill UU11L,
IJxelHatve
PL OU R MERCHANT
AND
Ko. SO SIMIIS l.KVI.S
1-20tr. (J-VIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HAIiniSONA CO.,
(Successors to D. Hurd & Son.)
AND
Commission Merchants,
rr.oim.mtiiN ami iiat.
No 03 Ohio Lnveo, OA I RO, 1 LL3.
WOOD J-UTTKNIIOU.-. Sl iilCO
(i.-ticra! (Joiuiuirtiiun Mo roh in
IS OHIO t.KVKK
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
,.- And dealer In
LlUK, Cxuknt, Plastkr, Uair, Ktc.
rYo Ohio l.rvr-.
wilt sell tu csr toad loti at macula
lurer' price), add ing Irolght. 4-2-tl
.1. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Comuiissioi)
MKHOUANT,
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETOR
pepared lo firw.ird all kinds of freights
to all polo.
N. II. Thlstlewoid. P. J.Tblitewood.
TIIISTLEWOOD & CO.,
r;i:rfi:jiAi.
Commission M k h ciiANTh
DEAl.ntW .N
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 73 OIIIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - Illinois.
n-2 tr
W.Stiattnn. T. Bird
STHATTON ic 1JIIH),
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ANI
COMMISSION' MintCIIANTS,
Asents American Powder Company
Nn. 27 Ohio I.vvrc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
LOUIS 11. M VEILS,
ATJCTIOKTEEn,
FORWAHDINO AND COMMISSION
3VTE1TCIIA.NT.
And Dealer In
II.VV, OATS, PORN', FLOUR
AXI) COUMKY PRODUCE
More Room in Dr. Wardncr'i new brick
bulling,
111 Commercial Amine,
CAIRO, ILLS.
J57"I,ibcral advances made on consign
ment).. Itefereiice: City National Hank. 11-2 If
II. A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
TnOilS & BROTH EH,
Succesosrs to II. M. Union,
COMMISSION MElttJHANlS,nKOKEH
AMI) DKAI.KHS IK
Stnplo nnd I'nucjr UrncfrlrH,
Korclgn and Domettlo
131 Commercial Avcnuo,
CAIRO, - . II.LINOI.M.
M1LLEH & PAllKEll,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUll, COHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOENTS ton PAIRBANK'3 SOALKS
Ohio Levoo. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN U. P11LL1S k SON,
lHucoisora to Joho II. Pnlllls,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AVU
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
SHU
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
POWDRR COMPANY.
Coh. Tenth Stkekt ahd Onto Lkvkk
(1AIHO. IMS,
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOXST YAHI1TT STOCK XH TBI OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of !MnetoBlti atrcatnnd Com
lueruliU Aveuna,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
a. O. FATUCR
MlSCKlslAHBODII.
T. N. KIMBU0UOH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
CORNER Or
Ten III street nd Waatilutou Avenae
I
rrTTAll kind A of lobblntf work donoon
short notice, and In Kod style, Leave or
ders ai inn snnp.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FASIIIONBLE BARBER
tCKinni St., Ut. Com. a Wabbm
I1AIIIM- II.M,
F. W. STRAUTZ,
AN4TOJIICAI.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Cor. Slli St. and Commercial Ate.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Hoot and Shoes mado to order, and In
tlin latn-tniiil mot fiixhlnnaliln styles.
1NMAN LINE
Lltertcol Mow-Tub nhj fbltaillhia
Stoauisbip Company,
cdss oosiatot itu cairao stsiu iao iairi-
eoisasacats
Kur CarrjiBK tn Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa tsarina oniric
All'LY TO JOHN O. DALE, A.lr
It tlros'lwar N-Icr, rlu
II. Honpl.
MISA A. I'llllXtl-u, Mi:s. L. T. Unices,
PHILLIPS &BRIGGS,
Fashionable Millinery
AND
Dros
COMMRRCIAI, A V UN UK, DETWKEN
NINTH AND TENTH STd.
11-l-tf
PLANTER'S HOUSE
SIIIIO I.KVl K
Ilctwcen Fourth and Sixth Hlrects.
JOHN OOCKKIi, - l'itopltiETOit.
This house huNlng recently undcrj(nne
thorough repair-, ami addition of more Iban
twenty k'igU sized and "ell I ll nil -In d ronint
havliiK' been auded to it, is now prepsred
to aecommiidate comforiaMy at len-t one
h"lii'red quests. Ihetahle ii alwayn sup
plied with the best the market atlord,
served tip In tho mot approved style.
Terms reasonable. A share of patroi age
sollrllcd. 11-1011
CAIRO AND PA DUG AH
All. BOAT.
Tat spltadld stumor
iTAS. 2TI S
Dick Fowlkb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Hunday excepted) at
I p.m For freight or pass-aire apply on boat
or to Jan. Malmiky. Air't.
tl
NEW LIVERY STAHLE
TENTH STREET,
IIETWIIV WARU'K AVINUB AHU WALBU1
l)r. 1). r. rislJs Informs tno public that b ha
ODtcsl a
LIVERY STAHLE
oo the northnost side of Taatt. street as nm
l.or.
Ills t'Mt will be furnlsbej with lob but tn
best uoisms
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al-
bourn of the day and night with safe teams
on the lo-vcst terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share ofpubllc patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair doallug
ano ntnet ane nuon in nu'
B. F. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T. Uerould,)
STRAIT A VP. HAQ liMTTINf!
SJLAJU.JI. IiU VlilU llliUlU
And Dealer in
Gas and Steam Pipe Fittiwis.
omidi; and ai.e valves.
LEADPH'i: AND PUMPS
CUANDILIERS,
PENDANTS,
BRACKETS,
GLOBES, ETC.
IKTTDrlve wells put down In any part of
llio city or Hurrouiiuinf; countrv.
IKONS BLOCK.
181! COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
A. J. ROE, 31. D
Irmt Iluuli1..iii.a nn.nn. Walntlt till
Twi'iity-nrit street.
i n i s isrnr 1 1
THAT
DR. HULTZ
Id DEAD.
Ills iilllco and dispensary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
Ilet. Commercial nnd Washington avenues
It Is true, thu doctor In on i of the oldCH
p'lysloians of the place, and his diploma
that hat'L'H in Ills ulllce, Known inn in ua
S....ta ! ...... (. In f it it nninkhinil. Ilfl 1 llfllll
s larftor olllco praclleo than any other phy
L ftlllll tritlltllll. III! klllllHIlI L'lirUIHU IIISL'UBU
f thu human system, such ax old ulcers, am
ill diseases nt tho eye nf yearn standing
also artlllelal oven inserted; fistula cttroi
by tho application of medicines; pimples oi
diseases cured In the shortest tlmo; sciula
weakness and aclf-abuso cured in a shor
time.
cases for twcnlv-two Tears ncnuircs Krea
All consultations confldentlca), In psrso
orbv lattea.
All medicines furnished at office In a
cases. i9-2a tr.J Dit. David uwim,

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