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THE OrUrtO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1873.
alal rrof lhCilF ssnrt Connty.
.JOHN It. OHKKLY. Kdltor and Publlahoi
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PROCEEDINGS OF T1IK ALEXAN
DER COUNTY COURf,
liniUDII TKhU. A. D. 18(3.
Present Hon. F. Urott, judge; J nines
E. McCrite and Sevore M.rchildon, mio
Jacob O. Lynch, clerk.
Alex. II. Irvin, ihurlll.
Concluded If om yeaterday'a itiuo J
TK1DAT MOHNINO, 0 o'CLul'E, MrTCMUKR
6TII IIS I J.
Court mut puruut to adjournment.
Preaenl-Same uffieera of court.
It If considered and ordered by tbo
court tbat tbo following inquests bo sever
ally approved, vir:
On iiody of unknown colored iimn by
.lotiu li Ojsinitti), coroner, July 3, 1873.
On bouy of unknown man, by John II.
Gutrmuii, coroner, July 3, 187;).
On odyof unknown nun, hy(Jobn II.
Goasman, coroner, July iM 1873.
On body ot unknown colored man, by
John II. Goasman, coroner, July 6, 1873.
I In body of Donia Ureeso by J. 1). S.
HargU,'J. 1'., Unity precinct, August 1,
'I he report of Dr. Win. "Wood on tbo
jt.i..K ........... :.. t t ...'..
Infirmary bo approved, and tbo report
alio of J. V. Renlro, M. D, on tbu con
dition of tbo paupers at tbo poor farm bu
It la conildered and ordered by tbe
court that the following named persons be
allowed tbe aums set oppoHlto their ro-
apectlve namea lor ecrvlcca, otc, as per
mill Died, anu mat oraers oeurawnon
tbe county treasury accordingly, to-wil:
Jacob G Lyncb. feea in criminal
cases G months $ 8G CU
W B Rockwell & Co., lUtionary
for circuit clerk 10 0
Hallidty liroa., transporting pau
dera to poor farm 4 7&
Inatltutlon for Feeble Minded
Children, services to paupers .. 15 CO
J R Bowles, witneaa feea In crim
inal caae to
J G Lyncb, county clerk, autidry
feea aa clerk 127 05
E Holme, aervicea aa rod com
missioner. 1. 10 r. I w 2 00
W U Rockwell & Co., stationary
fur roads 1 7u
E U Meyers, law booka for coun
ty clerk's uffi -d 15 00
Culver, l'agu ii Hoy no, liltiro.
Jobn U Gotiman, for nioney
pnid lor taking up dead body
for p nt mortem
Thoi Ltwronce, M D, holding
J G Lyn:b, county clerk, express
cb'irijii ou book
J U Lyncb, county ciurk, ludei
i tit: certain booka
M J McGtuley, drugs tor prison
era in numy Jul 1
J nn ll u itainmi, coroner, noiu-
irH inqueat iind burial 152 00
U W Dunning, it D, medual
urv in county j ill
"Win II j.Jen, convening liisniio
jiur.ofii fi poor frm
Il n 'if S at j llo.-pitil lor Insane,
uio'.biug for pmpurs from this
co i i
W ii Wo xl, M D, UK-d.euit'8 nutt
in uiol attendance on psupera
J ii j Utrgia, j. ,, Holding uii
inquest 38 00
Martin Drown, lumber lor poor
larm 4 03
Juili.e H k,uuuiiigham, hauling
ptuperi to infirmary il 00
A J Carle, borne bire u?ud in
liking up tbe bod) of Iireese... 5 00
St Hary'a lutlrmary, Maintaining
paupers in liitlriiinry 1 quarter
to Svplember 1, 1873.
Parker & Ulake. lamna for court
house 0 00
F Vincant, 'I bbla lime and dray
for Jail 2 8
R KiU'urmd, 3 luoutbt or vices
about iouh bouse 00 00
Tnoin.iEi Naah, inealk luruiahed
jurora VI So
E L Menu ii liro, Viieur'a
Blank full bill Jllo 05 CO 00
Kyle & Winter, G7 walsh burnera
in court bouae 85 CO
J C Uulea, blunk booka fur
county C7 00
J U Metcalf, ice, broom, etc., for
court bouse and jail C Cj
Wm Il.ildeu, serving notices ou
residents of Unity 4 00
Kllfbetb MsKln boarding and'
lodging jurora "0 00
J O llules record books for cir
cuit clerk 73 00
J G Rolling, goods for paupers
per older 12 20
S Marcbildon, money paid out on
paupers t0 00
JoUn O White, county tuperin
tendent ot schools, services
and office rent 280 00
John T Hennle, labor and mate
rial on county jail 28 60
Henry flanert, maintaining pau
per at poor farm 380 64
J W Renfrew, M D, 3 months
ervicea attending paupera at
poor farm 75 00
Henry Planert, tervicea rondered
paupera 17 00
C A Marcbildon, 3 bbla lime, 4
gal of pine tar and & Ids of con-
peiaa 7 7fi
Vt, n Wood, medical attndanco
and medicine fumisbrd pris
oner In county Jail 01 05
John II Roniriaon, judge election
and registering 12 00
R Fitzgerald, judge election and
regiHuritig u oo
Wm Martin, Judge election nnd
regiatering C 00
Jltuben 8 Yocum, clerk election
and rgialering 3 00
jRobert F Roaa, clerk election and
recisterinir 3 00
IGao W McKaelg, judge election
'and reciaterlni: y 00
uobn B Kelly, judge election and
registering 12 00
N TJuKhea, Judge election and
ratlstrlng 12 00
W O Huirhes, clerk election 3 00
Morris Wiley, cWk election 3 00
W J Mllford, udge and reelster-
B( 9 00
William Holdon, judge and regis-
2B0 HargU, Jadgb nd regUtor-
Hargli, clerk election
H W Moody, clerk oluctlon
Tiiomae Martin, juago eiotviou
and rcglitoritig 0 00
Elijah Dickoraon, Judge olcctlon
ml rpcrlaterlnc 9 00
Oraamue Oreonley, judgo election
and rcgi torlng u uj
Thomaa Lawroncc, clerk election a 00
Marlon McKonnle, clorl: oloctton 3 0J
J W Ronfrow, Judgo election and
rociatorin? It 00
W W Iroland, judgo election and 00
regiatering 0 00
J O Mcl'hootcra, judgo election
Hnd registering o uo
V R Revnoldi, clerk election 3 00
J II Roynolda, clerk election 3 00
V t Kichnrdson, ludco election
and registering 0 00
Richard Palmer. Judco election
and reciaterlnc 0 00
Mark Provo. ludeo ulection and
rociatorini: U 00
G 8 Sackotl. clork election 8 00
J R Horrick. clerk olcctlon 3 00
A W Simona. Indira election and
Nick ltunaakcr. ludcc election
and rpciaterinu 0 CO
Victor Truaoll. Hideo election and
regiatorlnc '' 00
Frmicla M Wade, clerk olcctlon.. 3 00
Wm R Lowe, clork election 3 00
Uriah McCullum, judgo election
Joieph Rrown, judgo of election
Thoa A iirown, Judgo ot election
11 F Urown, clork of election and
J U Harnea, clork of election nnd
John II Gorman, bnililT circuit
M lluckler. ballilf circuit coutt...
Wm HoUlen, county conatablo
circuit court 35 0
John Itoi'nn. bailiff circuit court 28 00
R Fitzgerald, balliir circuit court
Olins Spin, balllfl' circuit court
I'atrlck Colllne, uaiiiii circuit
It is ordered bv tbo court tbat the bill
of Alox. II. lrvlu, sberiir, for atlondlng
circuit court, amounting to tno sum oi
bo not allowod.
Thereupon tno couri oujoutiieu uum
o'clock a m-, to-morrow.
BATUllDAY MOItKINO, hKnitMHKK 0, 1873,
Court mot pursuant to adjournment,
t'resent Same olUcora aa on yesterday.
It is considered and orderod by tbu
court that tbo following namd persona
bo appointed judges of eloctlona for tho
for tho ensuing year, and that thoy be
notified accordingly, viz:
W J Mllford.George W Erwin.JB Ilur
gis for Unity precinct.
Mark Provo, V F Richardson, Richard
Palmer for llazlowood precinct.
AJ Iluncb, .Ins L Saiidera, Wm L
Furkor lor Clearcrcok precinct.
UrUb McCullun. Ja Rrown, Thoa A
Brown for Thebes precinct.
Andrew rr, Ureen Jiaaaey, Joun
Unnkston for Santo Fo precinct.
Oranmus Groeloy, .lesso Jackson, Thoa
Martuin for Goose Island precinct.
Victor Truaoll, A W Himons, Jolin
Uerry for Dogtooth precinct.
Charles Nellis. M 1J Unwell, J II Met-
calf for North Cairo precinct.
i noa vi aon. uoo y .ncivaiir, uu u
..... .. . tir n..tr..!.. t
Williamson for South Cairo precinct.
It a coiia dored anil oruarou uy tne
urt that tlio two bonda of John W White
and Frank Wales to keep a grocery in the
Inuinjit tlnitv for, nnn vnar form tile )U
proved and tnat license Isauo accordingly
It is considered and ordered by tho
court tbe report of tho road commissioners
in township 1), south in range 2 wcat bo
and tbe ismo is hereby approved.
It la ordered by tno court turn tne re
port of tho mid commis-tionors in town
ship 1C south, in raugo .Iwestof tho.lrd
p. m. bo iipproved.
it is ordered by tno court tliat tno ro-
port of the road commissioners of town
ship 1G s.r. 2 west, bo approved.
It is ordered by tho court that Dr.
Ilrigham and Professor Alvord be, nnd
they am hereby appointed ns oxamining
board of teuchora of public schools of this
It la otdorod by tho court that tho lob
lowing iikined persona bo allowed the
sums set opposils their respective name
n per bills tiled, and that orders be drawn
on tho county treasury accordingly, viz:
Joseph Wiley for witness fees in
criminal cuau $ 8 60
F 8 .Slurry, same 7 50
Waiter March, name 9 OU
Henry Winter, same -I 60
Harry Walker, same 160
Alex 11 irvin, same 3 20
iliomuB Parker, same 7 60
K W Rheutan 36 00
Joan T Ronnie, bulance for re
pairing county Jail 33 25
jiio A .Morris,aervices us highway
commissioner b Ui
Joshua O Vicks, sumo 10 no
aainuel Clutts, same 8 00
Jus 1) Wbitaker, same 8 00
Muses ilul.on.sHine 8 00
G 11 Purker, tumu 2 00
Wm It Reynolds, mine 1U 00
lin Abshire, aame 10 00
Isaac R Vick, sumo 8 00
S Marchlldou, amount paid tor
repairing bextun creek bridge lz 00
Parker 01 Illuke, rustic sliadi'S lor
tcnoui euperintondeni s oiuco... u bo
Martin Iirown, lumber for Sexton
creek bridge 13 95
Satl'ord, Morria it Candeu, Inaur-
ance premium on court-houeo 150 00
R Fitzorald.diutini: prisoners in
county tail c4i 011
Marcus Hughes, fees in criminal
Reuben 8 Yocum, fees in criminal
cases disposed of 33 40
Cairo liull.itln Co., advertising,
printing, etc 51 00
K IJ Movers, law books for cir
cult clerk's office 16 00
F BroiS, amount paid for convey-
ance of paupers
Henrv W hi taker, labor on pub
lic roads 10 00
O (ironnlov. in lieu of county
order destroyed U 00
Thereupon court adjourned until Mou
day, 9 o'slock, September 8, 1873.
Court met pursuant to adjournment.
J'rosent &umo officers aa bofore.
William .Martin, county treasurer, sub
mils bis quarterly report, which is by the
court approved, and il Is ordered by the
court that the jury certificates and county
orders therein described be destroyed, as
also the coupons of the railroad bonds,
wiiich was accordinly done in open court.
Upon application and petition filed, it
ia ordered by the court that, the place of
voting in llazlowood product be charmed
from its present location to tbo bouto of
Samuel liriley in said procinct
It is ordered by the court that tbe
county clerk mako a full and complete s
tlinate of the amount of road taxes due
each road district after deducting tbo com.
mission and abatemonta and furnish the
county treasurer with a copy of samnj
lo, that he furnish all the road iupr-
visors itb a statement of the amount of
road tax due their respective districts ;
and tbe county treasurer i heroby re
quested and directed to payoff tho several
1, mounts out of tbe road funds and take
tho receipt. of each road supervisor for the
amounU and make a complete report of
bis doingi in tho premises to tbo next
ipecial term of this court.
11 11 ordered that tho following named
persona bo allowed tho sevoral aums tot
oppoaito their respective namea, and or
ders drawn on tho county treasurer, tlz:
Thomas Portor, for damage to bis
crop by making u road through
bia premises, in consequence of
tbo wash and caving in of tbo
Miaiisalppl bank $250 00
F Rrosa, 1 quattora salary as
county Judge 250 00
Cairo Bulletin Co,prlntlng blanks
etc 10 00
F Brosa, for doak for uae of
county 16 00
Jobn Cra g, for services ae high
way commissioner 10 00
C N Hughes, insurance premium
on court house ICO 00
It is ordorcd that for tho purposo of
keeping roada and bridges in proper re
pairs, this court heroby dlrcctr. that ll be
dono part by tax nnd part by labor, and
thereforo do hereby levy a road tax of
twenty couta on each one hundred dollars
valuation of real and pcraonal property ol
this county liable to taxation, and tho
county cletk is boroby authorized and re
quested to oxteud raid tax accordingly
nnd Issue all noceasary papers to tbo pro
per officers 11s directed by law.
It is ordorol that tho following amount
of taxes bu and thoy nro hereby levied
upon all real and personal properly with
in tho county ot Alexander, for tho yoar
1873, and that tho clork extend tho shiiio
on the valuation as tho law directs ufter
finding tl e proper percent.
1'or guiiernl county and pauper
purposes the sum of $20 000 Ou
Cairn ic St. Louis and Cairo &
Vincvnrioa railroad 17.000 00
Total 43,000 00
And whereas the board of equalization
of this statu bna not given tho result of tho
valuation of real and personal property,
and this court being unablo to lix tho
propor percentage, it is thereforo ordered
that tho clerk of thia court find tbe
proper per cent, according to tho fixed
valuation nnd extend tho taxes accord
ingly. Whereupon court adjourned until 9
o'clock u.in, to-morrow.
TllUUSPAY MOll.VINO, 9 o'clock SErTKM-
nun Otu, 1873.
Court met pursuant to adjournment.
ProsoHt. same ufllcera aa on yesterday.
On thia day appeared Alexander II. Ir
vin, shcriiT of this county and submits
hie credits as ex-officer collector of tho rev
onuo for tho year 1872, of abatements, for
feitures, otc, and tbo court having exam
ined tno same ana being tuny auviecu, 11
is ordered that tho same bo approved and
allowed. And it now appearing to the
court that there ia a balance duo tbo
county on account of county revenue of
tho sum of 2,I24,0G and tho eurn of
Jl, 712,79 duo tho road fund, it la consider
ed and ordored by the court tbat upon
payment of tho abovo hums to tho county
treasurer ot aald county by tno said mer
it! and tiling rccoipta thereroro tno reve
nue of tho county for 1872 bo declared
settled nnd tho aald ahorltT discharged
from further liabilities.
It ia ordered thnt an order be drawn
upon tho county treasuror in favor of O
P. Lyon, for promlum on renewal of in
surance policy on court house, for the auni
It ia ordored that James h. McCrito be,
and he ia hereby appointed a special com-
missionor to ait in conjunction witu tno
commissioner appointed by tbo county
court ot Pulaski couuty, to build a bridgo
ncro M.IU creek on tbe Ulllli uml Unpu
rVwartftbo contract to the lowest respon
sible bidder for cash. Tho half of which
is to bo paid by this county in cash, and
I equlvolont in county order.
it is ordered tbat tho following named
run ntrinr nail fil I'iiIh!;! rnnntv .ip ft
officers of thia court be allowed tbo several
sums set oppoaito their names as per diem,
for services in attendance on suid court,
and orders bo drawn on tho county treas
Suvero Marchildon, associate jus
tice 27 60
juuiea K McCrite, usiociate jus
tice 28 00
Jacob G Lyuch, county clerk... 42 01)
It is ordered that a special term of thia
court bo hold on tho 23d day of October,
'873, for tho purpose of receiving tbe
llnan:ial statement of tbo county treasury
to bu made by tho county clork, and other
Whereupon tho court adjourned until
court in course.
bl'KCIAL DCTOUEH TKltM A. I), 1673,
Present Hon. F Uross, judge : Jumo
K. McCrite aud Severe Marchildon. asso
ciates, Jacob G. Lyuch, clerk and Alex.
A. irvin, ihenU,
It is ordered thnt tbe following nnmed
persons bu allowed the auma eet opposite
their respectivo names aud that orders
upon the bounty treasurer bu drawn there-
Murtiu Iirown, lumber for roads
and bridges $ ;2 46
James bummerwull, carpenter
work ut court bouse 10 50
8 Marchildon, amount paid for
material and repairing bridge IC1 91
Culvor, Page, lloyne & Co., bal-
ance on December bill 17 26
John (ioisman, as service! bailitl'
circuit court 12 00
John llogau sumo 12 110
Pal Collins, same 12 00
John W Sttuhul, same 12 00
l J Buckley, samu 12 00
Cliarlus Spires, same 12 00
R Fitzgerald, lame 12 00
William Holdon, county conata
blo in circuit court
James E McCrite, amount paid
fur removing paupers
8 Marchildon, expense in return
ing paupera Irom insane asylum
French Jones, services on road.,.
R K Newman, building bridge
ncroaa Mill creak on Ulliu uud
Cape Girardeau road
James E McCrite, sorticee in su
perintending above bridgo
It is ordered that .amo K. -McCrito ia
hereby appointed to oo thai the bridges
over Wolf creek and tho branches of
Sandy creek and Taihora crook aro prop
erly repaired, and in cuso thnro are no
funds in tho respective road districts to
hne thorn ropairel nnd present the bill
of coata and expenses of such repairs to
tho county commissioner s court at tbo
Docembor torm, to bo paid out of tho
It is ordered that tho report of James
E, McCrite heretofore appointed in con
junction with tho commissionflrof Pulaski
county to award its contract and superin
tend tho estimation for a bridge across Mill
creek n the Ullin and Cape Giiaudcau
road i aro hereby approved.
Whoreupon tho court adjourned until
I'ltlDAY MOUSING 0 O'CLOCK, CCrojtKK
21, a. l. 1873.
Court met pursuentto adjournment.
Present Same officers aa on yestorday.
In accordance with an art of tho general
assembly of the state of Illinois, approved
March 27th, 1873, and in forru on tho 1st
day of July 1873,
It la ordered that tho aalary of tho
county judgu of Alexander county ho and
l hereby fixed at the sum of ono thousand
dollars per annum from the first day of
llecembor, A. D., 1873, and payable out
of Inn county troaaury quarterly.
Whereupon court udjourned until tomorrow.
HATUnDAT UOIlNlNO 0 O'CLOCK, OCTOliEB.
Court motpurtuont to adjournment.
Present Samo officers as on yestetday.
In tho application of Calvin
O Brown for llconso to toll
vonloui or spirituous liquors in lees
quantities than ono gallon, the bonds nro
not approved, and it is ordered that when
ever he tiles proper bonds with tho samo
securities na nro In tho bonda presented,
ho bo permitted to carry on aald vocation
during vacation, subject to approval or
rejection of said bonds at December term,
It is ordered that tho financial atato
ment of this county prepared by tbo
county clerk ia heroby approvod, and or
derod rccordod ; and it Is further ordored
that tho clerk proparo said statoment
properly, and that ho ordor two hundrod
extra copies theroof, printed and published
It is ordared thnt tho clork of thn coun
ty court extend nil proper back taxes In
the tho tax books for the curront yoar,
which remain duo and unpaid.
It is boroby ordorcd that tbe county
clerk's salary bo, and Is heroby fixed for
the torm of four yoari, from Docembor
next at fifteen hundred dollars por an
num, nnd for nn assistant clork, tho sum
of twolvo hundred dollars por annum, to
be paid out of tbo feos as fixed by Inw:
No salary shall bo allowed oxcopt each
assistant is nitually employed anil in at
tendance during each term of office.
Il ia ordereil that on order bo drawn upon
me wo surer in tavor ul Alexander 11
Irvin for nxpenses incurred in tin execu
tion of William Campbell for tho tho sum
It ia ordorcd that tho following mimed
ollicors of tho court be allowed' the re
spective amounts aet opposite their namea
lor services rendered per diom In attend
ance at thia term of court, and that orders
be drawn on tbu county treasuror accord
J Marchildon, attondonco at agio-
clato justice 11 60
James E McCrito, attondeiice a)
associate justice 12 00
J G Lyncb, attendance aa county
clork 12 00
It ia ordored thnt an order bo drawn
upon tho county treasuror for twenty dol
lars in favor of R. Fitzgerald to defray a
part of tho oxpenso in digging an 1 build
ing privy vault, nnd thnt ho report how
nnd in what manner the same has been
expended, to tho next torm of thst county
Thereupon tho court ndjourncd until
court in course
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
Wasiiinotox, Novomber 16. Arranc-
monta are in progress for holding a pub
lic meeting in this city to give expression
to the popular sentiment in regard to tho
late ovents in Cuba.
District Attornoy Fisher in bis roport
na to tho burning of
THE hTKAMKIl WAWASSETT
last summer, says there wns not sufficent
evidenco of misconduct or innttontion to
duty to convict any of tho officers or em
ployes of the crimo of manslaughter.
'nil. u.ff. t-r.OSL 1.UI.A
.i.v.iiujw.viunyivi so startling in ita
character, not only from tho ntrooitv ot
tbe act reported, but from the fact that
tue cuoaii nuuiurlties weru ordered by
the Madrid government to stay further
exocutions, that it created at first, in offi
cial circles, doubts as to its truth; but
these have bion verrified, and while
credit ot good faitli is given to the Madrid
government, emphatic condemnation of
tno uuoan autnorities for thier swift ven
geanco nnd disregard of tbe commands of
thoir own government, is everywhere ex
pressed. Tho secretary of atato yoater
day, on receipt of tho dispatch announc
ing tho wholesalo execution at Santiago
do Cuba, telegraphed to Consul General
II ul lot at Havanna, to instruct tho vice
consul nt that point to inquire into the
matter, and earnestly protest againat tho
basto of tho trial in tbo faco of
orders of tho Spanish government, for
delay until n full examination could bo
made into tho facta attending tho capturo
of the Virginius. Hill ropliod that tho
vice consul had already loudly protested
against tho proceeding, but that bis ac
tions tvoro sorously olstructod by Spanish
officials. All avenues of communication
being cloaod againat him, tho telegraph
lino between Santiago and Havana being
interrupted, ho was unable to telegraph to
Kingston to mako inquiry relative to the
Virginius, and thero was nothing left to
him but tho slow process of mails, and
this modoof :ommunication was of no ad
vantage under tho circumstances. Imme
diately opon receipt of Consul Gen. Hall's
dipatch,;Socrolary Fish instructed Min
ister Sickles to outer with Spanish gov
ornmcn a strong protest ngaint tho pro
ceeding nt Santiago, charactering them aa
an outrago upon civilization aud humanity
and nn insult to American government
Gen. Sicklea has replied that be ha had
nn intcrvlow with tho minister for foroigu
alfilra and in accordance with his in
tructions nnd ftirtbor atatea that tho Span
iel) government is duly Impraased with n
sense of ita reaponsibillty, and had prom
ised to net in such a manner as would show
Its disapprobation of tho proceeding nt
Santiago nnd nt tho same timo its friend
ship for this govornment.
New YonK, Novombor 13 Judgment
by default was rendered by Judge Hawk
Ins in over 900 tax suits.
Shaushauson was aontonccd to 10 years
In tho penitentiary ; tbocasowasoppcalod
to tbo supromo court.
a bull Jur.Y,
Tho 12th juror in the Tweed caso was
sworn in this afternoon and the caso was
opened by Mr. Pdckham for tho prosecu
tion. FIVK IICKURKD I.AIIORKI13
woro act to work to-day by the UrookJyn
board of city worka.
A rumor waa circulated in Wall atroot
this afternoon that a deficiency to tho
amount of $000,000 baa been discovered
in tbo accounts of nn officer of somo
Wfstoru railroad, nnd that one-third of tho
deficiency was to-day made good by tbo
hare been issuod for the arrest of the con
tractors of tho Fourth nvenuo improve
ments and tbo owners of the boiler that
explodod causing such a loss of life on
last Tuesday aftornoon.
A meeting of iniuenllal Amoricana,
who sympathize with tho cause of Cuban
Independence, waa held at the Aator bouao
this afternoon. A commltta was ap
pointed to arrange for a grand mass meet
ing to bo held at an early day.
Tho officers of tho German stcamor,
King Wilhelm which tailed to
day recoivod a largo number of
applications from emigrant! who bad
cimo out by them, to work tboir pusigo
T.' ' - - T'V'.'i'i'Ti' 'T.'"I7"S
back. Somo of them ofiorod nil tbo morj
oy they had for tho privilege. Snob a
thing tins novor occurrod bofore, nd tbo
ollicors have taken as many aa possible,
though thoy bavo ablo to employ only a
very tow of tho numerous applicant!. So
many men are out of employment that
newly arrived emigrants bavo been una
bleto procuro aid. Tho panic will prob
ably I Inn provo u serious bar to emigra
tion. Some officers nt tho Brookly tmvy yard
profoaa ignorance in rogard to tbo receipt
of ordera from Washington, but at tho
same llino overy man that could be ob
tained was sot to work on tho war vossols
liouliolton, Kansas nnd Junlnttn. Tbo
Kansas rccoived n supply of storo this af
ternoon nnd It thought that iho will sail
to-night, Tbo Junlattn will bo ready to
all to-morrow night.
Tho executive officer of tho Brooklyn
navy yard, in nn Intorvlew said that nn
order had Loon recoivod from Washington
about fitting out vessels, but that ho was
not nt liberty to mako it public. Hn
thought that thro wrs a pros
pect ol war with Spain, and that tho gov
ernment would undoubtedly proceed by
taking Cuba. Tho Spanish frigalo Orap
Ilea which has been undergoing repairs at
tho navy yard for tho last two month i. has,
had hor plates removed, and could not
possibly bo got out in trim for aervlce in
less than two weoka.
Louisville, November 13 Several
duva since a voung man named Harrison
passed snmo$50 i.utcs on firms in this
cltv. Tho detoctives trncod him to Lex
ington, arrested and brought him here,
when he directed tbu ollicors to tbo resi
dence of one Stout, on the outskirts of tbo
city, from whom bo received tho money
Stout wua arrested yesterday, and 143 $60
notes and 103 llfly cent plocvs, all counter
feit. were found on bis person. Tho par
tios will bo examined to-morrow bofore
United atatea commlasion. The officers
thinks that Stout has been somo limn In
tho business, lie camo hero from Lexlng
ton. Missouri, somo timo since. Tho
counterfeits are splondidly executed.
THE niLLlAKI) TOURNAMENT.
Ciiicaoo. November 13. In tho
lard tournamont this evening, tbe first
gumo was botwoen Joseph Dion and Geo,
Sloason, and was won by Dion in the 82d
Inning, tlio acoro standing, Dion 400 and
Slosson 19C. The largest runs worn Dion
31, 30, 38, and Slosson 30, 27. Winners
average 47 2-82. The second game be
twoen Mnunco JJAlly and llessenger, was
won by Dally in tbo 70th inning. .Score
100 to 3ZU ; largest runs wore Dally oo,:u
and Ressonger 21, 33, 45: winners aver
age 62 3-70. Both tho games woro very
alow and devoid of interest.
London. Novomber 13. It ia rumored
tbat William George Ilarcott member o
parliament for Oxford city, is to be ap
pointed solicitor genorai.
Tbo steamship Cottle, from Liverpool
for Now York to-day, carried out 15,000
ItUo nod Fnll
For'Jl hours ending
or th itivr.us
3 p.m., Nov. 13, 1873
.letlerson City .. .
New Orleans ..,
tt 1 ,
'Surface of wuter below iiencn mark.
Obferur Slg. bcr. U. 8. A
PtTTBIIURO. November in ItltTnr
loot ton incbes and rising alowly.
WASHVILL3. November 13 ltiver alM
falling, 2 feet 4 inchos on tho shoals
Clear and pleasant woather.
Cincinnati. Nnvmnhor Ttu. in
toflt o incbes and rising. Arrived; Andes,
uopnriou; it OKinegor, 1'ittsburg.
New Orleans. November 13 a
Howard. Susio Gilbert. St Louis. Ilun.n.
edi II S Turner. Henrv Probasco. Cln.
cinnati; Molllo Mooro, St Louli. Clear
-MEMPHIS. November 13 Clear and
cool. River cumo to n stand lust nlrrht:
now declining. Arrived: Allenhonv Belle.
Pitttburir. Dnnartml! 1' W Sirxtnr
Maudo, Now Orleans; City of Choster, St
EVANSVILLK. Nofernher 13 Cloudv
and cold. Jiorcury 7 to 34. Rivor fall,
ing; C feet to Louisville nnd to Cairo
11 . 1 1 . a . T T . I
xorv iisv : up ueo notions, layette
anu Ara-anaas Hello. Down Mary
Atnont, ftvansvuio nnd Morning Star
St. LoU IB. Novomhnr 13. Arrived
Grafton, Cairo. Gen. Anderson, Mound
nt ti '.. ....
viiy , jvmnoy, vicksburg, Maggy 1111
nois rivor; Hollo of Memphis, Mempbit
Clinton, Kookuk- (llencoo. Now Orleans
Savage, Pittsburg. Dapartod : Yagor
and uttyoi tmncy, How Orleans; Maggn
Illinois rivor; Capitol City, Vlckaburg
Clinton Keokuk; t,ady Lee, Rod river
River falling. Clear and warm woathor
CllTPAnrv Vnvnrnhnr In. tfbuir (Ism
and unchanged ; wlioat in active demand
und hli'linr: No 1 nrlm Si Dn rnotilnr.
$1 05 northwestern ; No2 063fg'J7j3i olos-
tug 'Jijocasnor December; no 3 SOQipOjc.
Corn in activo domand nnd higher; No 2
mixed 3ft2n Mil rh f 3?3n fWnmlu,
g " ' , 1 i MUVV.MW.
Oats quiet and unchanged.
Cincinnati, November 13 Cotton
firmer I3c; flour quiett 40 16f7f)6 60;
wnnut (Inner St 'lfal 'll: corn ulni.il t- jr..
rye quiet; outs quiet 40o; barley dull and
unchanged; grocorios steady"; oils un
changed; oggs steady; butter and cliccso
firm; pork quiet $12 60; lard dull 7c.
St. Louis, Novomber 13. Flour woak
and unsettled; wheat, aprlng In good do.
mand; fail firm and held higher; corn,
mixed in limited supply nnd largoly nil
vancid; mixed 39IOc; oats scarce, activo
and hichor; No I mixod 3:o7;3Gc.
Nkw Ori.kana. Nooembor 13 Hum
dull; rod 70c; white "374e; oats 52; su
gar dull and doolining; fully fair "j; prime
7i8. Molasses dull and lower i2j-
COMMISSION HEIICnAN T.
PET Ell OUHJi,
ko. no onto ixvr.i:,
3-20 tf. UiVIKO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARRISON A CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd& Son.)
rLOUfl.OKAIN AND 11 AT.
No 03 Ohio Lovco, CAIRO, ILLS.
WOOD UITTliNHOU1: & HO
(Joneral Conimisjioi Mo rub a a
in OHIO LKVKB
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limb, Gkuxnt, Plaster, UAin, Etc.
Nii Ohio I.evrf.
WTI will soil In car lo.vl lots at tuanut a
turera' prico. adding ireigni. f-ii
J. M. PniLLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prepared to forwtnl all kinds of freight
to all points.
N. II. Thlstlcwood. P. J. Thlstewood.
THISTLE WOOD k CO.,
Commission Mr it chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No.:s onio i.i:vi:k,
Cairo, - Illinois.
W. Stratton. t T. Illrd
STRATTON & BIRD,
A?cnts American Powder Company
No. .' Olilu l.ctct,
LOUIS" H. MYEIIS,
Forwarding and Commission
And Dealer in
HAY' OATS. COKX. FI.OUK
AND COL'.MKV PRODUCE
Store Room In Dr. WardncrV new brick
111 Commorcliil Avenue,
JjT"Libcral advances mado on conign
Reference: City National Hank. 11-2 tf
II. A. Thorns 1,. D. Thorns
THOMS & HROTHER,
ijuccesosra to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, UROKERS
AND TJXALKllH IN
Ntntln and 1'tuicy Slrocrlm,
Foreign and Domcatlo
184 Commercial Avenuo,
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS iob FAIRBANKS SOALKB
Ohio Levoo, CAIRO. ILLINOIH.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Huooaaaora to John 11. I'blllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, sic.,
AGE V IS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Oob. Txnth Stkkt AKD Oil 10 Lkvkk
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18tlt St .
Also, ketp eonauwtlf on hand a moat oom
Pltte stook of
BOOTOH AMD IBIBD WHIBKIIB
-Q I N B,
Port, Madorla, Hborry anil Catawba "Wioe
FA.3HIONB LE BARBER
kioiith St., Ut. Com. & Waih.,
Limpoo! flew.Tuia ahd Fhlladalpbit
cds coiTisci with caiTia atiii aid aaitui
Kur Carrjin th Mails
FOH PASSAGE TICKETS
on rcaiBia oaiiTio
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aot
lSllrotlwar Nsn.Totk, rlo
at. ii o is p a i
Mie-t A. Phillips. Mrs. L. T. Hitiooa.
PHILLIPS & BRIO OS,
COMMERCIAL AVCNUC, IIBIWEEN
.NINTH ANDTR.NTH STd.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Ins fiilmdld tamr
Dick Fowlkii, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p.m For freight or parage apply on boat
or to Jas. Mallohy, Ag't.
ilAl niix t? ii n m mi vm "
.. M, ..u..lw IMHUISM A Wt WtfWtt'
11. U W Wi sMa Inrnraal In hUf,1IA in i na n
on the northw! mtlo of TtDih trM tftta
III D'HUlfB mil vn iuiuib)uw4 miu uvua vm
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at
nn the Invent terms.
!)r KlehU n.kn nharo of nubile natrons
and atrtrt attention to iitim
B. V. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T.OcrouId,)
ninn if i -VTI n I C( llllltmi
And Dealer in
Gas ani Stkam PirE Firrmoa.
tiS.Iflll. Aaif Aillil.f.
I.KAD PIPK ANDIT.MI'3
tTT"l)rive wells nut down In anv nil
tne cuy or surrouuuing countrv.
IBJ LU.U.M1-.1HJ1A1. Au..iur.,
WARD & ROBERTS,
L Ji XJ
Dkaleiis 15 "NVlNDOW SlIADID,
Wall l'Arri, Pori "NViiitk
SriRITS TlIRPINTIrf I, O
Suellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
r:i, commercta avenue.
n . . T .
uiinui - - - i
uut.binvt iu us iiUlisfbAt;
n a fTT tr a-inAn-nnrv
X,' AaVlilAiJ 4. VJ AVW1JA1AJ
WASHINGTON AVENUE, t
UETWCKN TS.MU A nil II.ITIHTU Bi ll
Havlnc ntirchased the trroccrv cW
mcntof il. I'hleleeke. I shall ulwaysf
in nana n mil a in irei.ri hiioniv oi mi tu
v'ooiin in my line, to no loumi in me mi:
lly strict attention to business, and tain
lug, l nope not only to retain an tue ci
mo niace n:i enjoycu in iiiepati, om i
to tho list many new patrons. Ask
lair snare oi pumio p.-uronac, j
UCHpcCUUIiy, JIKH.UAN aciiMKTzan
FINE MILLINERY G0(f
I'ltKHII FAI.I. STYI.KH.
MRS. M . J A 0 K S O ij
(Formerly Mrs. Swanders,) '
announces that she bus just opened a
assortment ol the
i 14 it x.n i , i
Millinery Goods to bo lound in the nit
riho will keep on baml t
U.AT8, 1JONNETH, r LOWERS, ltlDf
DnEHa Thimminoh or Am. Kiki
Ladies Fuhnihiiino Goods, Mm!
COLLAKB. U.VDKRMLKEVIS. RXJYT.
And all (,'oods found in millinery stoni
of which will bo disposed ot at tbo IJ
cash Iiricos. Mm. .laekisn rcsnei
asks a continuation of tbe pataonat;e 1
has been so liberally bestsowed upon 1
me iniiiox oi uairn anu mo vicinuv. .
WHITE COLLARPLANINQ Ri
HARD and SOFT LUMI
r.ATW hhinglka rmn a r p
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ruiHiiuauoy nDrmiBmiOf ii
Commercial avonue, between Tent)