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THIS CAIKU DAILY liUJULWi'lIN, TUESDAY, KOVEMBER 17, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
atari Tpr t IkoClly susd Coaaty.
JOUN IL OBEI1LT, ltdltor nd rublllhoi
TIKKB OF THICDaIu tifJLLETLN :
On wert, by earner I
Oa year by caTrf' In advance 10 10
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Ms Month J
Thra ilonthi... w
Invariably In advance.
dial ssaattor very prngm.
BlxciiBR'f- orthodox has been ques
tioned by hi congregational brotbron of
Urooklvn, and charges aro to bo preferred
against bltn.
A lahqe meeting of tbo citizens of St.
Lout wa btld on Saturday night lait, at
hlcb toreral ipoecbet denouncing Spain
end demanding tho conquest of Cuba woro
mada and loudly applauded.
"W bad tba pleasure of a call from Mr.
John B. Uallaway of Memphis, Saturday.
Mr. Uallaway U tho goneral purchasing
gaol of the Memphis and Charleston
railroad, and every Incb a gentleman.
Thi Pulaski 'Patriot' says tbo business
f tba Cairo and Vlncennei road la in
creating at the rato of $l,t00 per week,
and adili; "Considering the length of
time that tbli road bat boen In operation,
it li decidedly luccenful financially."
Tnt Mound City 'Journal' says.
"Oberly wants to get ui whipped. Wat
tint it not after us, but at lor a young man
tnffaged In tho diircputable business of
running a Radical newspaper. You did
nut scrutinize col. w i. letter closely air.
O." If wo laid Col. Watklos was in
aearch ot l'oller our pencil slipped. Wo
raad tba colonel's letter closely It was
decidedly racy and know iti HUthor was
ready to iwallow tho 'Patriot' man with
out salt, ai Tom. AVIntor does a raw oys
tar. Wo intended to lay to. Wo know
tba colonel and Mr. Potior aro tbo belt of
frianda that Mr. Potter n tbo Utt muu
to intiuiata that the retiring Democratic
official! ot Pulaski are dishonest, and that
Oal. Watkini would at toon quarrvl with
u aa the man ut the 'Journal.' We tn
pardon, P.
To bo persistent U to le troublesome.
W wouldn't ba peniitent ir wo could .
andtborofore we return to our mutton,
which li the health of Cairo. We havo
aid and we now repest, that tho most
able lockeri of the stabto after tho bono la
tolan are our Mossod mayor and beloved
city council. They never tail tobecomo
vary active in the prevention
of diitat when activity don't
amount to much. They go in
on the principle that If they thould provont
the appearance of dlieaie Ir. the city they
would not have an oppertunity to ihow
tueir constituent! what duviliih lino oi
tarminatori of diieaia thfly are. Conse
quantly they are calmly awaiting tho ad
vent of the small-poz. When it hai ar
rived they will pounce upon It at heavy
xxpenie, itamp it out, and then aftor the
manner of little Jack Horner exclaim :
"What great men aro we ' "
Tbi Mound City 'Journal' denies that
the People's ticket was scooped in Pulaikl
county. "On tbo contrary," says tho
'Journal, "It obtatnod a substantial iuc.
call. Though the lUdlcaln your ago
elected their ticket by 8!0 majority, in a
voting population of nearly 17-10, ami this
year worked harder than uver buforo and
pant mora money, tliroo candidate on tho
People'i ticket were elected, two commit
alonert and the ichool luperintoiidcnt."
We know; but tbo county judgu and
clerk wero tho prize lought aftor aud loit.
We did not mean to dlsparsfje tho etl'orts
mad by the 'Journal' and the frlcnts of
tha roople ticket. "Not nt nil. What
we wished tOiay mil triod to say and did
not it seems tuccoud In saying, was that if
certain Democrats, who prolond to hu very
ardent Democrats, had not played into tho
bands of the ltadicals tho Judical ticket
would have boen defeated, Thoio Dem
ocrats who aro so ardently Democratic that
lhy always assist the IUdic.lt to victory
are uot confined to Alexander county.
There is a number of thorn in Pulaikl,
Mae. M. E. U. Weu-s ifi of Mr
Isaac Wolls, of Villa Itidge, and ii.lur of
Mrs, WIJIIi U. Kdion, of that place, died
on tha morning of Sunday, tho 'Jib init,
at Dellwood Orange, Lockport, Now
York. She wus sick only a fuw duys.
Th Lockport 'Courier' pa s a high trlb.
uU to the deceased. She w. a Chriitlan
woman, and her deeds of charity and
aoalous work for the good of othuri in&Ju
her life distinguished by tboe who knew
her. "ir," iayi tho 'Courier, "wo speak
of Urt. Wells' literary murlti, w muu
place her position high In tho scale or wrl.
uri. She wrote with clearness, character
litlc b( precision, and with unsurpand
purity. Some of her tioutrv li re&iu r.
incera, axpraiiiro and devotional. Her
writings nave appeared In uaitorn papon
and tha 'ffuiion,' as tho said, that shi
wroU for us, w,e l0 mu,0 uorJ(,lf tui
tba 'Courier1 that no othur n
and her kind word, of rocouragemanl
will long le raroemberod. Sbu wn ut B
literary fmlly, Hosmer being her maiden
name, wbifh Is well-known In tho world
of literature."
Thi Teuloo 'Kra' balUvu that tbo lato
lections prove that the I'urtners' prty
of Bureau and stark couiitiB, C1Q hui
will tlaol next fall two antl-rnonopoly
roprwenUtives and one state senator from
that sanatoria! district; and the Peoria
'Deinoerat' thinks that it will be aicer
Ulaed next year that many other hereto
fore strong Republican districts will elect
antl-ouopoly member to the legislature
Tb 'Democrat' says ; "Our prediction it,
'that the lower Loom of the next legisla
ture will have very largo majority
'of anti-lUpublicani, ami tnat, wcro it
uot lor tue minority rBjjn.-u i
' the '.Hupublicans woulJ not havo one
' lourlb of It. The unalp. ovon though
'but one-half of tho mombon aro to he
elected, will bo decidedly anti-monopoly."
Tho 'Democrat' li not, wo boltove, in
gulno without good reason for iti expecta
tions. Nolhini! can be plainer to even
the caiuU observer than itie Impending
downfall of tho UepubllCHn party In Illi
....,.!,)., I hroilitrntiv Dt.mncrati.
noip, d 1
careleil of coniequoncns, do not succeed
In tbo attempt to resurrect dead lnuol und
lOfCu ail anillhopuu!lini iu nug luvir
songs and shout their battlc-crivt.
- M - i -
Ou fcllow-townsman, Hon. 1), W.
Munn, is a candidate for tho office of Sor
geant at Arms of the houso of representa
tives of tho forty-fourth emigre", and,
tho Springfield corrcjpoti'l"' of tha St.
Louis 'Djmocrat laji, will havo tho In
dividual support or all tho HepubUcan
representatives from Illinois and (overul
other Western itatua. This li tho era of
political goodloeling In Southern Illinois;
wp iro all Hupublicans Domocrati and
Liberals as thick ns foul or llvuln a bed;
wo don't hato ono anothet any more, nnd
foel like embracing whetcver wo moet.
It is just pcsiiblo this condition of pollti
cal atfnlrs may not lait much longer, und
that tho Republicans and Opposition may
be Co mo cstrniigod aud begin the old bat
tlo whoro wo left It undocidod a fow yean
ago. Indeod, wo occasionally foul cur
Antl-Monopoliit blood gotting hot; fro
quiotly our Urangor hand ftdi tho im
pulse to striko at all llndlcals and Hadical
shortcomings ; momentarily tho too of
onr Liberal boot insists on kicking tho
iUJIcal party, and in ovury second our
Deuoeratlc soul cries for veiigonco upon
the apologists of crimes at homo and iliort
comlrgi abroad. Wo aro morally certain
that wo cannot runt ruin oursulf
much longer and wo Uioroforo
foul that, buforo it Is too lutu, wo bad bet
(er say that we hope Mr. Munn will g(t
tho ollico ho is looking. Wo did not ad
mlroMr. Munn sovoral yoarsagn, and in
fajt look occasion to giro frequent uxprcs
sion to that very important fact, but lntuly
wo havo had a poft side fur our whi
lom enemy, and porsonally wish him long
,1k and a big fortune. Ho is, wo know, a
very troublesomo Hadical, and aro not
blind to tho fact that. If .hould obtain
tho position -he is a candidate for, ho will
bo armad with ndditioual weapons with
which to do battle for tho Republican
party and intllct injury upon us; but for
all that wo hopo ho may bo elected eer-gcant-at-arms.
Tbo ollico is a $10,000 pur
annum plum. It Is worth having; und
Inco no one on our tide can havo it, why
bould not Dantul ?
THE KUTUKB OF TnK AFRICAN
RACK A II Iti OUT PROSPECT.
Mn. Wkmdzll Piiilluc, in a late lec
ture on "Tho Future of tho African
' Raco," gavoour colored friends some ex
cellent advicu and exalted their " blood."
While ho kindly itdmlte that "Uoil, has
' made all blood, no tnattor whether Asiatic
'or Greek or Latin or Saxon or African,
'in tbo genoral avorngo, about oqual, ' he
insinuates, if ho dous not flatly assort,
that tho African blood is an exception to
the general rule and la bettor than tho
ordlnitry run of that health and llfo-glv-
Ing Quid. ' Thoro havo boon," says Mr.
Phillips, "somo groat fitcts In the llnu of
' tho history of the blai-U i ace, no far as that
'history is known ovor sinco Herodotus
' pointed out tho African raco us tho mild
'est, tho purest, tho sweetest wurshlpun
of tho gods. It seems ns if in Central
' Africa, by tho banks of tho Kile, and
' purliaps nt tbo saiiiD tlmo on tho mouii
'tains of Asia, thoro existoJ. a civilization
to far advanuud Iti ml, u irfect tt
' mochanlsm, so wonderful in unginoering,
'so accomplished la literature, so wisu
'In its method of govern merit, that if uo
'could tako it up, it would ho thu wonder
' of tbo world.''
Tho oloquent gentleman, wo aro com
pelled to admit, has nut boon able to con
vince us that African blood hits not do-
generated sinco the dttjs when, in a man
ner so marked, it distinguished itsulf in
Central Africa, by the Nile, nod in Aiiu,
on tho mountains. Indeed it is u lament
able fact, he impliedly admits, that tho
African is not now what hu was then ; but
ho kindly romovos or rathor uiodllloi our
regret occasioned by a mournful contem
plation of this fact, by assuring u thnt
"civilization is llku a Mosaic nud Ood
' moans that uach blood shall contribute
'some lino or color to thu result. Asia
'gavo philosophy, Uroeco gitvo the law of
'tbo beautiful in form, Homo gavo law
'and tho sword,tho Saxon blood gavu com
' mou-senso and tho p"oplo, und now Ood
1 li adding to thu grent movement of tho
' human mcu it now element, tho colorod
' raco."
We do not know hnw to express our
thaiiVs to Mr rntllips for this nituraucii.
If hu had not told us of thu Intention of
(tod in regard to tho colored rucu wo
should havo continued in Ignorance; but
wo have no doubt Mr. Phillip knows,
ito has probably most all of the reform
ers of his school havo established direct
communication with heaven and it con
stantly receiving from headquarters in
formation of Qod's proposed movements
in behalf of tho down-trodden raco that
of old was wonderful in Central Africa
und upon the mountains of Asia.
Wo regret to stato that Mr. Phillips
who evidently knows, discourage us bv
the declaration that thu colored man, be.
foro he can tako hli propor place in tho
front of thu advancing column of tho
human race.inuitdosotjiethlnt: Tomialnt
rOuverturo,tho colorod inn,wi a greater
soldier than Cromwull aud a butter slates-
man -than Napoleon, thu whito men j and
Africans in slaverv did in San Do
mingo whnt neither (Jrook, Asiatic, Latin
or Saxon slaves anywhere urer did thoy
eihlovad their own liberty worn thu llrst
slaves In tho hlbtory of the world that
took their own chains und welded them
into victorious swords. ISut all this has
not given them lliolr propor placu in so
citty. "They must do mure," says Mr,
Phillips. In our grandchildren's day those
children will send " telegraphic" tuuiiagu
from San Francisco to lloiton and back
without a wlro, no man at ollhcr ollico
will know wlmt the messages arc, nnd
they will run loth ways at tho
same time. In that day undoubt
edly, electricity, superceding stoain,
will light our houicc porhapi lilt us
up Into the air, carry us across tho world,
and absolutoly make mini tho lord, with
out a inovumont, of creation. To cnabb
tho colored raco to assume Its placo nhcad
of all races, tho colored man, In Mr. Phi
lips' opinion, must t tep Into tho nrotin nnd
ay, "I will utsbllili n lystum of telo
'graphitic without wlrci ' whon a panic
comes into tho land, and no whllo pcron
knows what to do, when thoro Is not u
whlto brain 'powerful enough to drop tho
plummet ,lu tho profound history of the
hour nlid say, "Hero Is iho pminccn," ho
must stop to tho front nnd By to tho as
tonished worldt "Iloro Is thu path
'that will lead you out;' hu must
tako hold of nature and tear
from bur all hur sccrotf Und soino hid
den power that shall enablo us to mako
broad for almost nothing, take thu wholo
population a thousand miles for a ponny,
clotho n million men for a day's wage,
and show how an hour's lnW can mnko
luxury for tho world.
Having accomplished these inconsldor
ablo tasks, tha colored nun will, Mr.
Phillips has no doubt, ho universally rec
ognized as tbo mott consummntu lluwcr,
in form and frngranco, found In tbo gar
den of humanity. Mr, Phillips is not u
tig tho language of sarcasm whon ho
makes theso assertions, hut thu lnngQngo
of soberness as bo undurstasds It. Ho t o
llovos what ho xnyt, and spoaks thu for
tho purpose of urging tho col
ored mnu to press forward to tho
goal of his futuro greatness. Wo hopo
his words may riot bo lost upon our col'
ored friends In Cairo, hut that they will
havo a marked cll'nct. They should induco
overy colored man in tho city to In-
vcstlgato tho wondorn of electricity nnd
seek to mako a telegraph without wires,
otc. To do this teems more difficult than
tho task really is. Tho colored man
should not lo dlscourngod, If wo know
bow to do what Mr. Phillips says is noccs
sary to tho well-being of his race, to do it
would tbun bo its c.vy as Ijlng. All that
is necossary to bo dono Is to Und out tho
secret of How to Do It. Wo hopo tho
colored man will pcrsovcro, und uso in his
labors all tho patlonco and sweet oil that
may bo necessary to insuro succues.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
THE VERY LATEST.
THE PRESIDENT EXPRESSES HIS
VIEWS ON THE SITUATION.
HE WILL GATHER TUP. FACTS
A.ND WAIT THEIR UIJJDINO.
ENGLAND TELLS SPAIN WHAT'S
WHAT.
EVERYTHING READY FOR THE
ALLKN-HOOAN .MILL.
THH FIGHT TO COME OFF TO DAY.
ENLISTING FOR THE "NEXT
WAR."
A OA.Y-LA Y-DA Y ATSOU'IH REND,
INDIANA.
FROM WASHINGTON.
WHAT TU1C I'ltESlUlthl HAYi
Wasiiinuton, November 17. The
president to-day in convurtatlon rulativo
to Cubuu matlvis said, "This government
has thus far acted on such tacts us had
reached il und wa uow engaged in col
lecting from all available surces further
information concerning thu cupturu of tho
Virgiuius und tho urticulars attending
tho ktartling executions which followed
that event. It was desirnhlu that nil in
formation should be of such u charucter
as would leave no doubt whntover hs to
itn realability. 'Thu policy of thin courao
was evidently to rupilro an explanation,
thu government being careful inwhitt it is
now doing ami what it may heroallur do,
to uct upon facts and nut assumptions, it
was essential thnt wo should bo cnrelul to
maintain our position, l'lio president
said hu hail
riuhuhii nonk or ins views
heretofore oiprcMcd by him :oueuruing
events in Cuba, but hud inure than been
continued in them by tho recent occur
rences. Hu shared with thu public their
denunciation of tho cupturu on tho
high suns of a vessul sailing
with a regular course uudur
United States und startliiiL' events which
so quickly folowod. Spain never having
considurud thu inland of Culm in it stato
of war, and thuru being no proclamation
of the United Status according belligurcnt
rights to insurgent), tho Vlrglnius, if
regularly ciettreu lor tiiu island or Cuba,
HAD A 111(1111 IO KN I i: It HAVANA
or any other open port possession. This
government did not ricognlzo any right
on tho part ot Spain in tiiu prusont stato
of nH'uirs to I nler fur J in unv manner with
our merchant ships upon thu sens, oxcept
i no ii mi in rigius in nor own ports it ml
within a muriuu Icmriio of tho coal! of
nny of her domain, find of this fact sho
is awaro a a mititur ui coussu, it
ii Lint determination of thlti fovnt-nnicnt
to protect our citizens In nil their rights
and to compul respect to our ling. Tho
prusont naval preparations wero with the
view, not tolndu'ulo wnr by tho prosldent,
that power being vented in eongross, but
to bo
i'iurAiii:i koii Ai.t, rosMiu.e ountikg.
K.N CRM.
Upon thu meeting of congress, all facts
in p(siuio:i of tho executive department
rulativn Cuba would hu laid boforo that
body with such recommendation as ocens
slun might dumand, To-morrow, he said,
he would commeiico tho preparation of
his musingo, but woubl defer that part re
lating to Cubit atfair until within it day
or two of tho mooting ef congress, desiring
first to uhiain all posjiblo information up
on tho subject.
During thu brief conversation ho said
ho should, in his message, again recom
mend tho legislation of
irTAn Arriin.t,
in order to relieve Judicial mutton in
that territory from tbu presont embarrass,
muiit,
AlTOINTMK.NTa,
Wahiijuton, November 1". The
t ' -"!,'.' r,:r":.':vi .',?:'" "7 - -
president to-day signed tho commission of
Win, (liven ns postmaster nt Austin, Mo ,
and appointed Houry Oscar Wagoner, Jr.,
of lluno!?, consulor clerk of tho United
States.
I'.EOISTIUTlO.V I KK 11EUUCT.D.
Tho nostmaster ironcral to-day isstieJ nn
order reducing registration feo on domes-
lie letters nud packages Irom lb to 9 cuius,
commencing on tho 1st of January noxt.
sn:.viEii mode.
Hur Urlllsh matrlsties ctoutner Mole,
sailed from Jamaica for Cuba on thu ovon-
log of tho 0th. Tho American illloluster
lag steamer (len. Sherman, entered tho
linrUur ot Aipinwaii on too aa nisi., un-
tho tiama of Oun. Arthur, nnd was at
onco seized by Capt. Cusbltig of tho
I'nltnl StMra stpfttner Uvnmlm'. for
using Illegal chip papers nnd sailing un
der tho ling of Honduras, whllo It Is
claimed shu Is an Amoricnn vend. Her
cnio will bo decided by tho United States
court.
FROM NEW YORK.
STKAMIItll' CLGOl'ATIU.
New York. November 17. Tbo
Stuamnhii Cluopatra. which arrived to
day brought tha news pupor malls. Sho
tooK on nor ouiwnra oounu trip to
Havana Spanish authentic, nud refosu-l
to allow them to bo landed.
HIE NAVY.
At tho navy yard tho lamo activity was
manifested as for tho pt few days, To
dnv 250 men wore added to tho forco
Tho.luniattn Is now ready for sot nnd
will uncnor nt mo battery to nwnit orders.
It is stated uy an employe ot tno navy
yard that work upon ttio bpanisli iron
clad Araples suspended this nftornoon.
Tin: l'oi'ic and rue kmi-khoii.
New Yohk, November 1". The Lon
dou Tulcernph' of tl.o 1 1th lust, bus tho
(allowing I pec ml -
llKUI.iy, November t. It Is not dented
in omcial circles iicro mat tno popo wrote
a second letter to tho Oormm emperor,
nud tho fact that it h is not been published
s ntcribod to tho clrrums'oiico that It
troatod of nintlors strictly pnrsonnl to his
majesty, ami did not touch upon pointful
sub octs. It is not trom motives ot court
rsvtnitiinas ticon Kept oacx, nutirciu
simplo reasons that il Is cntlroly devoid of
Import mi co. it lias not Peon nor will it
bo answered by tho omporor.
FROM MEMP1I1S.
lllOII MASS.
Men mi s, Novombur 17. High mass
was culubralod nt St. Putcr s church to
dav, by Dlsbop Fitzgerald of Littlu Rock
for thu reposu of souls of those Who died
of tho yellow fover,
THK SloltM.
Tho storm last night has boon genoral.
For thu llrst tlmu within fourteen yours
tho pre:, of this city Is almost entirely
without report, tho lelogrnph lines being
protlrutod In cvory direction. At Raleieh
village, tiino mllci north of this city, n
new hotel whs blown down. Fences
wero levelled to thu ground through thu
country. At Decatur, Alabama, consider
able damugu U reported, but us yet it Is'
imiossihlu to obtain reliable information.
fcUICIDK.
MrF. Moon, rosiding noar thu corner of
Vanco and Walnut, euicidod this after
noon by taking laudanum. Ouso doiti
tutlon. Shu leaves two young children.
ATTKll SOLIUKUS.
An olllcor of the Cuban Junta, Is hero
it is said for thu purposo of raising it col
ored regiment to assist in liberating slaves
on that island.
FROM CHICAGO.
THE BILLIAUII TOUUNAMIOiT.
OuioAuo, Novembej 17. In tbo billiard
tournament this afternoon thu llr-t game
was botwoon Geo. Slosson and Jt. Snyder.
Slosson won tho sarfes, 400 to Snyder's
103. Wlnnor's nvorago 01.
SECOND OAMI
wns betweon Cyrillo Dion nnd Maurlcu
Dally. Tho fo'rmor won the lend, nud
mndo 3 nnd was followed by Dally with a
run of 30, supplimented by another run
of 30, then a run of which carried him
round tbo first hundred, tho game stand
ing, Daly, 113; Dion, VM, Dion turnod
his first string in thu thirteenth inning,
and his second tho sixteenth, having made
runs of 89 and t!8. Daly In tho mean tlmo
mndo CU in his llfteonth and 31 in tho
nineteenth innings, turning his second
string, and in his twontioth inning scor
ing 40. From this tima ho increased his
score by small runs until his thirty-fourth
Inning, whon, by eomo splendid playing
ho made 91, which left him but onu'shot
to mnlco to end tho gama. Dion then fol
lowed with a run of 23, making his scoro
t-'oO, whon IHly mado his final shot nud
ended tho gamo in tho thirty-fifth Inning.
Daly's average bolng 11 aud 10-100, and
Dion' iivorugo 7 ami fi-100.
FROM SOUTH HEN D,
Soi'TIl IlENH, November 17 To-day
tlio immense stand pipo of tho South
llund wnter works was raised in position.
This tho first attempt ever mndo to ruisu
to largo a tube from tho ground In ono
nieco nnd of course the uvent attracted
immenso crowds from cvory direction,
and the occasion wits u ndo ono of grunt
rojoicinii on tho part of thu citizens of
South llond. Thcsu water works woru
planned by J II. Ilurkerblno of Philadel
phia. Thu plpo wus constructed by tho
national boiler works of Chicago, nnd
wus raised by Alex Staples of South (lend
Tho length of the tube is 200 foot, dinmo
tor & feet, weight -13,382 pounds nnd ca
pacity 'J9.000 gitllons. It is mndo of 103
plates of iron, fastened by 9,850 rivits
and bus 1,300 foet of calked soama tha
wolght Of thu base casting Is 10,0'JO
pounds.
FROM EVANSVILLE.
WOOLEN Mll.l.M nUUNEI).
EvANRVlt.LEjNovembor 17. A Journal
says, thu woolen mills at Owonsboro, Ivy.,
rt'oro this morning destroyed by tiro.
Messrs, A. O. Wood, John Taylor and
Mr. Perdor lost twenty thousand dollarr.
Seventy operatives aro thrown out of em
ploymunt. shot his wire.
A dispatch to thu Jouruul from Hen
derson, Ky., nays that it man named
Thompson,' at Unit place, whilo in a
drunken condition shot and killed his wife,
and after firing nt tho policemen
who went to arrest him, attempted sui
cide Ho is now in Jail at Henderson
bTAUUKll TO JJEATA.
A Journal special says that ft colored man
named Levi Jt 1 no, at Morgantleld. Union
county, Kentucky, attomptcd, while in a
stato of Intoxication, to kill ft man whom
lie had a grudge against, but fulled, nnd
vented his fury by stabbing n young col
ored man named Simpson, to tho heart,
killing him instantly. The colored mon
of tho neighborhood are in pursuit of thu
murderer.
F 1 10 M PHILADEL 1 H I A ,
AllllESTKP.
I'lULADKiniu, November 18. John
Moody, accomplice of Rosonton In tho
murder ot llehiit uuur Mlddlotown, Fri
day evening, wus urruslcd in Hurribhiirg
to.day.
THE bAI.KOF CUIl.VN 1IONHS
has been communced in this city by the
agent. They are sold nt 25 cunts on thu
dollar, and buur 7 per cent, inttroil.
Many prominent citizens aro either
through tho belief that tho investment Is
good or through a disposition to aid tho
cnuso purchasing freoly.
THE NAVY.
A hundred additional hands wore put
to work at tho navy yard to-day, nnd this
afternoon an oxtrn gang was employed.
FROM LONDON.
(M1E.VT UUITA1N AND M'AlN,
London, Novombur 17. It Is stated
on official authority that the foreign of-
Uco lifts Inslrueta.l tho llrltisli minister ul
Madrid and tho consuls at Havana, Santi
ago and governor of Jamacu, that the
government reserves its Jociilou on the
quostlon of executions, which havo al
ready taken placo at Santiago; but will
hold tho Spanish government and all con
cerned, responsible for any additional ex
ecution of llrltisli tnbjects.
FROM NEW ORLEANS,
MEXICAN THIEVES
Ntw OatvAKu Vfivmiitiftr 17 A rr
port that Cnbola lllanco, a noted Muilcun
bandit had crossed into Texas with a land
of mftraniliira ni! uttj r.iliMm. aihI tdun-
dorlug tho country, has been confirmed.
nil .. .. i . . .. .1 1-
iney sioio aoout J,uuu worm 01 guous
and rccrossed tho Rio Grande into Mexi
co near Los Coras. Tho military wero
mrortnod too into to mako tho pursuit.
DIED.
Edmund I-trt!itl1 a tirnmlnimt mnrrhnnt
and veteran of 1812 died, ugo olghty.
FROM ALU A NY.
rUEi.l's' XM1IK7.7.LKMKNT.
Ai.dany. N. Y'.. Novombor 17. Tho
oxport employed to Invostlgato tho books
of tho stato treasurer's office, reports the
amount of Pholps' embezzlement li
twucu $310,000 and $311,000, and Trom
present indications thoro seems to bo no
chance of tho stato recovering niir of the
stolen funds.
"from'omaha.
the ruan.tsTfl.
Tho arrangements for tho Allen llogan
prlzo light to-morrow aro completed.
Tho pugilists leave hero on tho boat in
the morning, it is nupposod for somo point
In Iowa, up tho rlvor. II Is rumored to
night that Gov. Carpentor has ordered
tbo military company to aasert thu citit
authorities to prevent thu Ulght on Iowa
soil.
FROM LOUISVILLE.
Louisville, Novombor 17. An in
funtry company of C5 men organized in
this city, has tuiidorod its service to thu
government, in vlow of tho prospective
Spunlsh war. A mooting will bu held
Tuesday night to secure further onllst
rnenls. A federal vuturnn alv oilers to
ruito n regiment of a thousand men.
FROM SANRANC1SC0.
San. FiianciiiC), November 17. Tho
funeral of Chus. Dodge, who died so sud
denly Friday morning, and of his young
frlond, Jns. Farrady, who shot himself
soonor than live under unfounded Impu
tation that ho had poisoned ' him, took
placo from Culvny church to-day, Thuy
wcro buried sidu by sidu in Lino Mountain
cumetory.
FROM RUFFALO.
IltrrALo, Novombor 17. A flro broke
out this afternoon In tho fifth story of
U'tiltu AUonoly'e printing establishment,
on Swan nnd Pearl streets, destroying
that building nnd adjoing premise. Lots
$200,000; partly insured.
FROM COHOE3, N. Y.
Coiioes, November 17. Tho mills huru
did not rcsumu this morning as was ex
pected, nnd will not until theru is in im
provement in tho market.
1UVER.
New Ohi.eani, Novombor 17. Ar
rived, Robt. Mitchell, Louisville. De
parted: Louisville, Cincinnati: Katie,
Chfcott City. Weather clear und pleas
ant
VicKtiUur.o, November 17. Up . J no.
Howard, llubbugo and barges, Sum Hale
and barges. Down; J. V. lllgley arid
barges and Hullo Loo. Arrived, City of
Helena. Wcalhur clear and cool. River
rising.
St. Louis, Novombcr 17 Arrived; City
of VIckshurg, Vicksburgj Liberty No 4,
Cairo. DopnrteJ, Clinton, Keokuk; Ches
ter, Memphis. River falling slowly
Slight rain this ufturnoon; cooler this even
ing. Memphis, Novombor 17. Wcuthor
cloudy nud warm. River fulling steadily.
Departed; Capitol City, Vicktburg;
Hullo Memphis, St. Louis; Mary Alice
Now Orleans.
Cincinnati, November 17. River 11
Inches and rising rapidly. Weather
cloudy. Arrived; Junlatu, Pittsburg;
R. R. Hudson, Wheeling; James D. Par
kur, Memphis.
Louisville, Novomher 17. River is
rising slowly with u feet ti inches in canal
nnd 0 loot b Inches in tho pats down In
dian chute. Thu weather is cloudy nnd
cool. Arrived: United States, Cincinnati
Sandy, Troy; Grey Englo, Henderson ;
Charmer, Evansvlllo; Ironside nnd
largos, Pittsburg. Dopartad : United
States, Cincinnati; Tolascon, Henderson;
sandy, Troy; Charmer, Cincinnati;
Judgo linker and barges, Now Orleans ;
Ironsides, Pittsburg. Tho Ironsides nr
rivod from Pittsburg with COO tons rail
road Iron fur tho Ellzahethtovvn and
Pnducah rrllroad. Tho stoimcr Walter
Morris wus Inspected yestordny.
. . -
MARKET REPORT.
Mejii-his, November 17. Flour dull
and nominal.
Corn meal an udvancu is nsU-1, but
iiiiiio cttubliithcd.
Grain market bare.
Hay firm S?lrY 21.
Hrun 17 CO,
Uncoil scracu and fljmor; thouldcrs
Gcj sides CQ7ic.
Hulk meats in fair dumnud nnd ad
vanced; shoulders IQfjjc; tides 6J(a,0J;.
Lard 89c; retailing ut l ie.
Ciiioaoo, November 1 ".-.Flour In good
demand, but most sales wero private.
Wheat nctlvo nnd ltdvanccd. No 1
spring $1 09l 09 regular; SI 11 for
northwestern ; No 2 $1 021l 03 cash;
1 03 December ; No 3 94jfn,ySc.
Corn active and advanced; No 2 39o
cash; U9c December.
Oats steady; No 'J 30c cash and 30 j
December.
Ryo scarce and firm ; No 2 C2c.
Pork in fuir demand nnd advanced ;
$12 31 cash; $13 December,
"i Lnril In fair demand and advttuced ;
c cash.
New OitLKANa, November 17. Flour
only city dumuiid; treble iC ou; family
id 60O.
Corn quiet; mixed C8(3C9c; yellow 70c;
whlto 72c.
Oats Armor, 68c.
Hay dull; premium $'J224; cbolco$2G.
Sr. Louia, November 17. Hemp dull
und nominal,
Flour dull and wuak, business small.
AVheat, sptlng Urm, No 2, 95; full
opened and firmer, closed quiet, No 3 red
otl'ercd at II 2Cl'jriJ,
Coon inactive aud unsestlod, doitlcrs
part; sales No 1! mixed 4,.'3o.
Outs dull and lower, No 2 mixed .lOc
Hurley dull buyers mostly out of tbu
market.
Ryo quiet, No 'J COc.
Pork firm (PJ 60 cash.
Lard quiet, prime steam CJQ'c, mctiai
factury ojc.
High wiuor quiut, 87c,
PUOHABIUTIES.
Washington, November 17. The oy
clono now central near Capo Hattoras,
will probably movu northeastward along
bo Atlantlo coast.
For tbo Middle and Eastern States high
northwesterly winds, threatening woathor,
rain and enow.
For Lovfer Lako region brisk nurtl
westorly winds, cloudy weatbor, snow
nnd rain.
For South Atlantic Slutut riorthwost
erly winds, cloudy weather and rain, with
falling tomporalurs.
For Ohio Valloy and thence to Tenner
sec, various winds, cloudy weather and
occasional rain.
Fur the Northwest and Upper Laker,
and southward to Missouri aud Illinois,
northerly winds, falling temperature,
cloudy weathofand ruin and snow.
Cautionary signals continue for Capo
May, and aro ordered for Norfolk, New
Haven, New London, Words Hole, lloi
ton, Portland, Eastport nnd Duluth.
Parabaker fe Son
AUK UTII.L l-LI.I.INtl UO0U3 AT
Very Low Prices
Fiuo blue nud black Chinchilla
Ovcrcoatu 810 00
Iiluc aud black Chinchillu Pea
Jacket (for men) 7 It
Illuc and black Clitncliilla l'ca-
Jackets (for boys) 0 00
A No 20 Heaver Overeoat,
caabimcru lining 15 00
Several colors of Heaver suits.. 13 00
Good working Overcoat V 00
An A No. 1 Child's Velvet Suit,
Uoat, Pant und Vest 0 00
Pirat-class boy'a Overcoat 4 00
All Wool, winter, Knit Jackets. 1 2
Heavy winter Uiidersliirta aud
Drawers CO
Couutry-kiiit Sucks 40
Fine French Calico Shirts, with
Collar, a sure fit, worth 83,
for 1 &0
WE CAN mt.NISU
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FOR 84.
FROM 35 TO 825.
AFTER SELLING OVER
900 Panio Hats
Wo uro dill fulling
THREE FOR $1
BUY YOUR
Wint&rfllothes
AT
FARNBAKERS
C. N. HUGHES,
UtCXKItAL
INSURANCE AQENT
OKFlC'lf: Uhlo l.evcu. over MatLuss A
Uhl's.
taelrXvni but 'inf. CYuil Liipnitt
INSURANCE!
KSirABLIHHBU IMS
tiAFFUKD, M01UU3 & OANDII,
Uenoral
INSURANCE AGENTS
71 Ohio lent,
tlTT MAllOMAL UANK UVILUIITU
CAIRO, ILLS,
lit oldest established Agency In SoutUsru
Illinois, representing over
$G5,0U0,0U0 00 !
f tho het Insurance Capital t th
uuiieu niaiea.
TEUTONIA LIFE INBUHANCK
OK OUIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
OxxT'uOrriCB, Wi WauiiiotoBt.
A.OTIVA, SQ50,000-
Thls Oorman Life Iniuranco Company
KHarantees uot only Paid-up Policies hut
also a Value In Cash on tho Non-forfeltur
plan
IOIIN A. 11UOK, - President
U. KNOUKLHDOKK, - Hecretary
JOHN W. PHUIC1W,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
hismaIuTbund.
SUCTION NO. 47.
(lAwioeiatlon for promoting Life Insurance
od Hick Itellef hy weekly due and mutual
co-operation In object of public benefit.
The Life Insurance l'ollcios will be issued
by thu Tvutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MKYKHfl, President.
JOHN W. IMtUKSS, Ao't.
rnrrdrnud TISnly
MUTCH KM.
UYLAND & SAUER,
AND DBALWU Ut
CHOICE FRESH Ml ATS
OV KVKUY.UESCUUTIOI.
Coruor loth street and Commercial avenu
next door to the ltyland saloon.
11-10 tf. OAIKO, ILL8.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTOHHR
AND llKALKH IN
FP ESH MEAT,
aa v u i t-J a sss jsi ubs rs mmm i f a-s a -sp u w
AMD OOMMIKOIAL ATM DM,
idlulalssa; HIltanbossM staid Hmssssr'
Kp in bast or BhI, Pork, Mattoa Vtal
iniq m qw rooit ocpdi munir,
PHIL. HOWARD,
oi JiiAAl UUAT IJUTUliK
C1TT itatiohal bakk uuiiuiko.
to innoau. nignt or nay.
UEMIS, BROWN & CO,
HAO AlAAUb'ACTURE
Auirth Uomb Cotton Milui
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ul.
IJt-lri'.
JAMKH KYN ASTON,
BTJTGHBB
AKD USALEH IN
suetclui Avssur,
II.. .... I .1 l . .1 l. ...A
Uos anil Hbceii. and I preparea to nil o
slid iiimiiiiIh. . 7-Wtf
i.rMinr r ri'i.11 jinn,. irntN nnn ui uu uiu
JOHN SMITH,
(Successor to Jamee Kynuton.)
il mill KB iHU Usilis IK ill KlIM
Kuiuu Mkatm.
UOHHKU NlMBTMHTII AND I'OrLAHflT..
CAUIU. ILLLNOIiJ.
Uuys an 1 (laughters only the beat eatti
4111 iniiiiHtinii pouniiK.
V. W, STRAUTZ,
- ANATOMICAL,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKE
Cur. 6th 1. and Commercial Ave.
UAIUO, ILLS.
noui mm oiioe luaua vo oruer,
ItieiaiBst ami most faalilonablt atyiai.
II Avails K. J. ATM
AYEBS & CO.,
FLOUB
AMD
1
-Ho. 76 Omo Lbtib, Uaxbo, llXM.
i-7. ir
T. N. KIMBROUGIT,
PAH W VKH Ar HTTTTil 1
COBNKB OV
63TA1I klndi or Johhlnrjwork doni
short notice, and lu irood liyle, LaT
den at tut shop.

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