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TJIU OALUU DAILY UUiiLlfi'l'lh, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1875.
BMelat l,nprl ItieCllf nml I'nnnly.
UllN II. OHKIILY. Editor n.1 I'iii-iisuoj
TKHMH OK THE DAlIi KULLKTIN :
One week, by carrier t
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not pild In
advance '! 00
Dne month, by mall 100
TKRiM OF WKKKLV UULLKTly.
On Yer JIM
fix Months T.'i
Tbrao Monthi W)
Invariably In advance.
RraiilnK niisltrr on ftcrjr imcc
MuHrimnono, Jnckiton county, now
boasts or two or thn spiciest county pa-
..... 1.1 ! . I. 1 I T1II....I.
pun iiuuuiuuii in iiiiiiui.
Ocs. Lkw. Wallace denies that in
writing tho "Fair God ' lio plngnrlzed
from Foidlc'a "Malmlstie, tlio Toltlc, nnd
tho Cavaliers of ttio Cross."
Hays tho Mound City 'Journal' : "Mr.
1 K. 1. Wilson has boon appointed goner-
'at freight anil pasnger agent of the
C. it V. K. K. Ho Is reputod to bo a
'railroad man of much exporlcnco."
Jon.v L. Evans, formerly of tho Mur
pbyiboro 'Argui', bai purchaiod an inter
cit in tho Jackson County 'Era'. Mr.
Evans is well known in Jackson county,
and will, no doubt, obtain for tho 'Era'
many new friends and now patronage.
Tni Harrisburg 'Chrouiclo' asserts that
the Harrliburg O. & V. R. -K. agonl, L.
B. Church, is thn best agent on tho lino of
that rosd. Ho is said to bo "prompt in
'business, accommodating to shippers nnd
' faithful th tho intore.st ot tho compnny."
x wish our tnorcbunts to know that
Tux Hullxti.v, rathor than allow our
merchants to go abroad for thoir printing,
will duplicate tho prlcos of tho prltitors of
St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati or Louis
ville, for cards, bill heads, bills of ladings
all kinds of work ; and lr that Jnos not
atisfy our merchants, will work for theiu
a twonty llfty percont. cheaper than
any foreign printing offlcs. If this is not
a fair odor, wbnt, in tho namo of Lew
Wallace's Pair God, will satisfy ur mor
chants? Mr. James II. Kaymo.nd, formerly sec
retary of tho board of warehouse nnd rail
road commissioners of this state, and for
some tlmo past clerk of tho proscnt board,
has resigned bis position. Mr. Kaymond
is a young man, who looks younger than
hois; but ho has an old warehouso and
railroad head on his shoulders, nnd to him
the bond Is much indebted, llu was a
wise adviser, was thoroughly posted in
the dutios of the position ho has just va:a
ted, and was tho well from which tho com
ix, 'it.t..nr. drnw mnpti " ui ! r.K.n.
The weekly numbers of 'Tbo Living
Ago for November Sth and lSlh havo tho
following noteworthy contents: The
Press (socond paper), 'Cornhill Maga
zine;' An Arctic Expedition in 1874, 'Co
temporary Koviow;' Petrarch, his Llfo.
Times, and Works, 'Macmillan's Miiga
mlne j' Mr. Tennyson as k Botauist, 'Saint
Pauls j' Epitaphs, 'SpctHtor;' Madamo
du Barry nnd tho Lust Years of Louis
XIV, 'Templo Bar;' Sunset on Mont
Blanc, 'Cornhill Magazine;' Narrative
of Prince Charlie's Escapo, by ono of bi
Companions, 'Blackwood ;' Tho L'so ot
Looking ht Pictures, 'Westminster He
view;' Kobort Soutbey, 'Cornhill Maga
zine;' Tho lteligious Euibarrassmonts of
Gormnny, 'Pall Mall Gazetto;' Prophetic
Days, 'Chamber's Journal ;' Thu Useful
ness of Abstract Preaching, 'Spectator ;'
London, 'Saturday P.eviow ;' Possibilities
in Spain, 'Spectator;' together with iti-
ttallments of stories by Miss Thackeray
and Julia Kavnnagh, poetry and miscel
lany. With fifty-two such numbers of
sixty-four largo pages each, (aggregating
over 3.000 pages a year) tho subscription
price (8,) is very low; or still letter, for
$10, any one of tho American $1 maga
zines is sent with ''hu Living Ago' for a
year. Liitlk & Gay, Boston, Publishers.
Tut Cbi:ago 'Timet,' in a brutal man
ner, attacks Mr. Kichardson, editor of tho
Qulncy 'Herald,' denouncing him as
"editor of an inconspicuous organ of the
'putrid reminiscenco," nnd u vouurable
played-out politician, betraying in bis old
age abjut thj same incapacity as it polit
ical editor that ho formerly exhibited as a
professional statesman, Mr. Kichardson
was cot a falluro as a statesman. In his
day, bo was the equal of tho majority of
the men who actod with him in inugrcsi ;
and even now, in the sear und yellow
loaf, ho is not an ordinary man. lio has
what tibould accompuny old age, honor,
lovo, obedience, troops of friundt; ho
does not stand naknd to bis enemies ; he
It less kind to himself than thuso who
know him best; and it is no, u gracious
act in any paper to burl at him the mis
els of abuse which tho ' Times ' throw,
with tho skill of a muter. As editor Mr.
Kichardson has given expression to far
more liberal sentiments than wo expected
be would, taught as bo was in tho old
school of Democracy, when Southern in.
fluence dominated in it, and the ropublic
yet refused to go forward into tho light of
true Democratic principles equal rights
to all. He it, If wo havo not been mis
taken in bis utlerancos, abreast with the
events of the hour, and has no disposition
to linger among the political Issues of tbo
How. Johm 11. Ouzklt, of Cairo, has
been honored by having bis name given
to a locomotive belonging to tho Cairo ic
St. Louis railroad. Tbo engine pasted
through Philadelphia, a few days since, on
iU way to St. Louis, and attracted much
attontion. It Is of the narrow gusge per
euasion, and quite a novelty. The name
of John II. Oberly Is on each side of it
in large gilt letters. Wo congratulate
Vr. Oberly on his honor obtained, though
sill unsought. -f Pulaikl Patriot.
And If Little Ike don't guard well his
jpoUU, the next conspicuous place Mr.
Oborlj's namo will nppear, will t o upon
thu congressional pay-roll. Wo know
this would bo ipilto n tall from tho posi
tion of a ' tlrst-dnss" editor, but tboro is
no tolling whom tlio pooplo may load
spicy John to. llo i so easily persuaded.
Jackson Couly Era.
Sovornl of our rotemporarios havo
spoken of our hiving had n locomotive
named for us, nnd tli i may bo n fact,
although wo have nover seen such a loco
motive or been Itifoimi'd by any ono con
nected with tho road that wo bad been
complimented In this manner. All our
cotcmpornrld", except tho 'Km,' havo boon
inclined to bo complimentary; but wo
cm forglvo tlio 'Krn' for lis Insinuation.
It didn'l mem anything. Thn 'i'.ra'
knows that congress is fur from our
thoughts, nnd that the "old boy who run
tbo thine" wo'ild not let us bllo that
cherry oven If wo wanted to.
lr llicro is a merchant in this city who
c inay that Tim Bulletin has not on all
occasions ndviuil and even solicited nil
our citizens to patronize liomu institu
tions let him speak, for him wo havo of.
fended, "lluy your groceries, your dry
'good?, your clothing, your boots and
'shoes, your whiskey, your prenehlm,
1 your hardware, and so forth, In Cairo, '
has been our conslnnt advlcfl. Wo havo
not dona this beenmn wo bolimod
that groceries, dry good and pur
tlcularlv clothlnc. could not bo
bought nt lower prices in St. Louis
than in Cairo, but bccatifo tbo patronage
of homo industry contributes to tho pros
perity of tho city tho woll-leing of us
all. On thn other hand, (hero may bo ono
or two men In tho businesses indlcat'd who
roiuto to glvo their printing to foreign
drnmmors and allow Tub IllM.Lr.TI.v to
do it but not more than ono or two.
Our business men havo a wnikrieM for
foreign printers, not because thoy can got
work dono for lower prices but just be
cause. Thoy havo no good reason for lend
ing their work away. Wo can and will nnd
do print all kinds of job work ns neatly nnd
as chonply ns tho sumo kind it or can bo
dono In any olhor city; nnd yet our mer
chants sond away work nnd paj moro for
It to tho foreign printer. Tako for In
stance this fact: There is in this city
now n young gontloman canvassing for a
Dloomington printiog oflice. Ho has iu
duced ton morchants to tako Advertise
ments at an average of flvo dollars ench,
mnklng fifty dollars for tho rciter. If wo
should usk moro tbnn thirty dollars for tho
sumo register tbo morchants who havo
patronized tho Blooialngton concorn
would havo denounced us ns an oxtorlion
is: and our conscience would linvu "pes
tered" us during tho remainder of our
days on earth. Not two weeks ago, Mr.
Huol, of Tun Bulletin blndory can
vassed tho city fur advertisements for
four hotel registers, nnd nskod for each
ndvertisomont only 11 vo dollars tho anmo
prico that has been paid tho Bloomlngton
concern for ono and not ono merchant
would patronir-o him I Our pooplo boliovo
this Is tlio manner in which tho business ot
Cairo enn bo built up, and they aro mis-
Wr. havo no wi.h to Induce a dllllculty
between thu present county court and tbo
board of county commissioners elect. If
wo ii ro tho possessor of such a wish it is
concealed from our ovu Knowledge. But
bo tho truth acknowledged wo uro not
u little curious about tho outcomo of tho
mlsundurstnnding euro to nrlso within n
very fow days bctweon tho county court
nnd Mr. Wilson. Wo say Mr. Wilson,
bocauso that gentleman Is n member of tlio
bjard of commissioners elect, nnd ho has
learned how to control nnd dominato in
any body of which bo is a member. Wo
know, ns well as wo know wo livo, that
Mr. Kiihor is also a inomber of tho bonrd,
and bus a good deal of a mind which is
tho property of lilmtelf. But It Is proba
blo Mr. Wilson can, as bis frionds say ho
assuredly will, taku Mr. Sanders, tho
other mcmbor of tho bonrd, and lablo him;
"Wilson properly ; hnnds off." As
n conEcqucnce, Mr, Wilson will becomo tho
board, at his supporters Intend ho should
bo. Wo havo therefore concluded thnt
Tho Hoard, (othoriso Mr. Wilton), will
bo very stubborn, bconufo Mr. Wilson
whether ns a Hoard, a City Council, or a
Clerk not patted on thu back, has always
i.miilfitcu, in an unmlstaicuble manner,
tho virtue of stubbornness, lleing stub
born and not at all .particular about tho
letter or tho spirit of tbo law, wo havo no
doubt Tho Board, (alias .Mr. Wilton), will
imist upon organizing himself, without
authority of law, and proceeding to cxer
cito powers not conferred by tho Genera'
Assembly, but which Mr. Wilton, who it
a legitlaturo in himtelf, will assume to bo
legal powers. In this exigency, will Mr
llrots, who Is also occasionally a law
unto himself, and Mr, Marchlldon, who
don't know how to give up when ho
thinks bo is right, and Mr. McCrite, nho
has tho quiet firmness of a man of deter
mination in such uu exigency, will these
gentlemen retreat boforo Tho Hoard, oth
erwise Mr. Wilton, " Mr. Ilrosj wns at
tacked by Tho Hoard boforo election, and
tho truth is was frightcnod by it or him
Jutt a littles j net enough to bo purtuado
to gho down ut tho lower
polls In this city on tlio day
of tho lato election nnd allow tlm
Wiltonlans to vote a good many Urostltcii
but, with thu law on his Mde, and no
doubtful oloction In view, will ho allow
Tho Board, (that is to say Mr, Wilson), to
run out of tho court houiu tho present
County Court? Wo do not, as wo havo
cald, dotlro to witness any dillhulty be
twotn Mr. Board Wilson and tho County
Court, but wo aro at wo liuve Intimated,
anxloui) to learn whether tbo great forco
of character of vrbicb Tho Board boaiti,
and concerning which his friends aro al
ways talking, can succeed in driving tho
Gentlo Bross, tho Meek Marchlldon ami
the Ketring McCrito out Into thu cold,
That curioutity now agitates ut, Hut wo
havo concludod to possess our soul in
peace, and wo will do so.
Wr. du not helluva tbero Is any section
of country in tho United StatPs that bat
sufferod less from tho financial crlcis
to far than this portion of I Ulnoli. Not
io a little further up, in thu mining and
iron manuracturinguistricii, however,
Mound City 'Journal.'
Til i: levy for tho stain taxes Ibis yonr
Is only !M cent' on $100.00. List year It
was 00 cents. This results partly from In
creased valuation and partly from dimin
ished taxation. Thn cnuallziitlon board
prove a greater boon to this end of tho
itato than over boforo. Tho nggrcgatn of
stnto taxes in tills county will not ho half
of what it was last jmif. Thu snmo will
bntliocasn in Alexander nbo - Mound
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
tNTP.itviuw ivini sr.eitrTAiiv
PLENTY OP MONKY TOTAIIKY ON
WAK WITH SPAIN.
a history or Tin: STi:.uti:ii
r.ivons thi: annexation oi
Tin: pim:sii)i:nt iviirn.Vf; his an
Wamiinoton, Novuiiiber 10. Thu
chiul ot thu bureau of statistic status
with rofurouco to tlio omiion of the
steamer Virginius from tho Inst Hit of thn
merchant vortola ol tho United states, that
aliu In entered on that list on pngu 'JO I n
Virginia, nuddlo stcamur, totinnun 411 &
81 l-10U,homo port, rnow iork. J lio ot-
llcial number 'JS,8M was awardod l'eb
nmry 1M, X72.
Tho post ofllco department tins no ullt-
clal information concerning thn ruin of
thu United Status mails at Havana. It
was utcerltlned at tlmt dopnrmcnl to-day
tliatthuro is no postal convention botwein
United States and Cubit with regard to
the exchange of maili, About 1- years
ago effort: weru miido by this government
to nll'uct such arrangement. After corre
sponding with tho captaln-gunornl, who
was iu tuVor of it, thu matter wns referred
to thu Spanish government, who seemed
to tako no interest in tho negotiation.
Ily a law applicable to that island, nil
mail mattiir must pass through
Havana and other pot-olIlcoH,
whin it is not unronsonablo to suppose
tbero is a searching oxnmplu ns to tho
character of hitters and printed papers
end that somo of them do not reach tho
porsons to whom they aro directed. Com
morcinl loiters aro pormlttud to bo sont
from Havana to us without government
Tho )0.t ofllco dopartmont has con
cluded partial postal card arrangements
Tho president cominonced writing his
annual message to-day, nnd has receivud
no visitors uxuept Sicrutnry Fish who had
n long Interview.
ATTORN K V UENKn.W. WILLIAMS,
on tho question olmllln. to Mm Vy Urn
tccretary of tho treasury, decides tliat a
payment niudo by a dubtor to a creditor
who has committed nil net of bankruptcy,
and against whom proceedings In bank
ruptcy havo been instituted and nro pend
ing, but who has not yet been adjudged
bankrupt, will not bo valid in event of
tho adjudication of bankruptcy. In such
procuudmgs, if thu payment is transfered
tubipquent to tho tiling of tho petition
therein and that payment made by dubtor
tu creditor, who is known to havo com
mitted an act of bankruptcy, but against
whom proceedings havu not at any timo
made, is valid in so far as it is affected by
existing bankruptcy laws.
BIXT.KTAHV IIIOII AUDsON's VIUWS.
Secretary Kichardson, in conversation
with a reprcsentr.tiv of tho associated
pro.M to-day, stated : "I havo overy con
fidence) ir. Secretary 1'isli. Ho will do
just right, and you may rc?t assured lio
will not no carried nway uy excitement.
Nolthor will ho yield ono bit of national
honor in reforenco to tho ability of tho
United States to wage a successful war
with Spain should it bo found necessary
to Tcsort to arms. Should such a course
bo dotormlned upon tho treasury depart
ment is fully prepared. Wo havo enough
money to cmnmenco Willi, out exactly as
to what will bo dono afterwards depends
upon tho prolongation of thu war, though
I havo no doubt it would bo of
short duration, as congress will bo
hero In two wanks. It is very curtain that
them will bo
in railing all thn means wo wnril. War,
of course, will bo expensive, as itrequlros
largo turns of moimy to rnovo armies nnd
fit out stiipi, but wo aro equal to thuomor
gency. lio was then nked tho question
"doyoti find tlio cabinet
and answered that tho senti
ment seonied to bo to uphold tlio nntionnl
honor. Ho said, tho opinions of .Mr.
Fish nro correct, and tho treasury depnrt
uiunt is prepared to maintain thcio opin
ions. (k. Do I undoriland, Judge, that you
nru in favor of thu annexation of Cuba? "
A. After a significant silence, 1 don"
say what 1 nm in favor of,
but 1 do say that I will stand
by Mr. Fish, and wlmtuvor thn statu do.
partmeiit does. I boliovo thn ecrutary of
Into to bo ii careful, cautious and Judicious
man anil inav no win not gel us into any
embarrassment. That is my decided
opinion and I havo not uiven much atton
tion to thn subject. In its proscnt shape,
it IHongs entirely to thu department of
state. 1 iniiimr, however, that il wo bad
war with hpaln It would rosult in tho an
notation of Cuba. Thu secretary was
then asked if tlio acquisition of that Isl
and would not materially ditnrrango our
tariff f.ytum, to which ho replid : "At
tirst of eoursu it would upset overvthing,
and wu would losu a largu sum of money,
Irom firm import duties on
sugar and tobacce), which wu now
recoivo but after that our
intornnl collodions on Uioso articles
especially tobacco, would moro than coui
peiisatu tur Unit hH,
To the question, would it not bo necet
sary to keep a largo army of custom homo
oilleer, tbo secretary answured :
Yes. It would bo a great pUco for
smuggling. It would noctssilato tho cs
tiibllshmont of cutom houses all along
tho coatt and at thuru is tuch a great
extent of coast many persons would havo
to lo employed to guard it.
Tlio secretary was atked If tho depart
moot know officially tho
II1BTOKV ok tub YiKamu,
and replied, that It did ; tho vuttol having
boat! twlco owned by the government,
Oncn sho belonged to tho division of can-
turedand nbnndonod property of tho Irons-
ury, oy wtncu sho was sold and In 1870
sho was toizod nt Mobile for the debt of a
defaulting assistant treasurer, She was
then brought to thq l'otomac and sold to
nnmo Was then
but upon lining tnkon to Now York her
namo was changed to tho irginius. i
boliovo thn Virglnins nnd tbo vesol
which cnpturcl her,
unru both built on tho Clyde by thn snmo
builders for blockndo ninnors during thn
urnrnltfl In thn Wmililtintnn finW vnrd.
and iii somo departments over time ii be
ing niailo. A largo rorcn nru nt worK on
th'estoimor Sliawmut, of tho thlrd-rlns",
carrying 3 guns, belonging to tlio North
Atlantic station, and tho Ta lanora trans
port, a paddlj.whim steamer, is lioinj;
rapidly repaired. A lnigo forco isongnged
In tun nrdtinnoo ilopartmcnt maKing nm
I'OhTAI. A UH A NO KM K NT.
An nrraiiL'Ptnent has boon untered into
between tlio United Htntos nnd (lormnny
for tbo oxchnnco of unstal card" bctweon
tho two conntrlo!, to go tn affect on tho
lstof Deoembor, 1873, Thn arrangement
is precisely tho tamo ns with thu Canadian
c. i i - - -
EXIMM'.SSIONS OF A
iMi I'si mint or Tin: cokti:s ami
MINlSri.'If. OF WAIt IN CON
SULTATION. irr.sntvr.s or thi: akmy to in:
l'OItT WITHIN A FOKTNIIJHT.
IJt'l.I. I'KillT AT HAVANA
honoii ok Tin: yii:;iniijs
M.MilUl), Novembor 10. Imponlcal
nown'iipor to-day particularly comments
on tho modurato tone of tho presidont of
tho llritish government in regard lo thu
president of tho Cortu", to-day hold a pro
trnclnd onferronco with thu minister of
foreliMi affairs, hot lor what purposo has
not transpired. It is repurtod that Senior
Fmuorai stnrts for .London tins ovenini:
Tho deputies of tho Kepubltcnn minority
havo reouestcd nn immmlinlo convocation
of thu Cortes to consider tho complication
with foreign powers, which
thoy alleirn thu government has caused
Tho minister of war has ordored all mom
hers of reservo of tlio nrmy to report iu
person ut tho department of their ro
tpectivo corpes within a fortnight.
Havana, riovomlier 1'J. I bo com
mnnding general of this department has
received a communication from tuo Ko
ixan Catholic arch-bishop,savlng,"A great
Jubilee tills our hearts, when wu nnnouuco
U your oxcoiloncy, tliat among tbo
CKl.MI.SALS OF Till! VIUUINIUS CRKW
twenty frooly and spontaneously nskod to
bocumu Cnlholics. Divine Providence
having seen tit to crown tho efforts of our
worthy priest through tholr mcuns, con
tributing this brilllunt triumph to our
holy religion. The prisoners wero turned
ovur to timlr spiritual advlsur, Priosl'Kn
capolla, at 8 a.m , nnd shot at 4 p. m , giv
ing our print only eight hours limn to
convert thu twunty." Tho Avoso do Cuba
publishes rumoM thnt evunteon prisoners
havo been shot at Jiolguln, on account of
recently discovered conspiracy to so-cpor-nto
with Cubans on tbo Ylrginiui. Thero
it no official conllrmnti.n of tlio
report. Tho namo papor says edit
orially that tho Inws ought to
bo onforccd energetically ngnintt tho
conspirators without consideration of
cither little or much for what strangors
may say or do. Wo are owDcro of our
homes, and will bonblo tomanagoourown
ull'alrs and dofend our own rights.
Advices from Santiago do Cuba, datod
tho 12th, sayon thatday tho captain of
tlio British stonmor Niobo and tho Hritish
consul at Santiago, woro in tho prison and
hnd an interview with tho captlvos, who
romalncd alivn. It wns oxpectod at Santi
ago that tho Unitod States steamer, Wy
oming, would reach thoro on the 13th,
A grand bull fight will bo given to
morrow in honor of tho oilicors and crow
of tho Tornado.
colors nro displayed in several of thostrots
of 1 1 avium on nccount of tho nrrivnl of
tho now eO'Cnllcd " National Steamer Vir
glnins," nt this port.
I'onci.usion or Tin: twi:i:
thi: jury itrnmNs a
FKOM NEW YOKil.
HAS NOT FAILED.
Ntcw Y'ork, November 10. Th'j
United States Life Insurnncu company of
Now lorl;. uas not lulled.
MUKIIKllElt El CAT 11.
Win, J. Sharkey, convicted of tho mur
der of ono Dunn and grunted a now trial,
etcaped from tho tombs to-day In wo
man's attiro. Tlio wife of tho notoriouj
Wuis Allen wns found in his coll and hor
ticket in tho hands of tho doorkeoper was
doubtlois utcd by Sharkey.
Tho jury In tho Twnod caso this morn
ing found ii virdict of guilty on all thu
counts. Tho defense took exception to
any vordict oxcept gonoral on all counts,
but tho jury wero discharged. Tlio coun
sel is ondoavoriug to obtain an nrrost of
Judgement on nccount of want of
jurisdiction of tlio court.
After nn oarncst and pathotic nppoal I y
Mr. Graham Saturday was fixed for thu
nrgumont on thu question of nrrost nnd
Judgment on the ground of want of ju
risdiction. .Mr. Tromainogavo notice thnt
In moving for a Judgment ho would wish
that k soparatn term of imprisonment ho
named on etch one cf tho counts in tlm
indictment. Thoro aro 201 counts in nil.
Court thon adjourned, Tweed
rollring in tlio custody of the
sheriff. Thn Ingorsoll caso will bo cnllod
Monday. Tho vordict is talked of in
town, and ovoryono has an opinion ; many
exult and many moro express pity for
tho fallen chlof. Boforo tho vordict was
givon, Tweed had a smito and a pleasant
word for all who grooted him, Aftor tho
vordict lio tooinod to prefer tho Focioty of
his coutuol only. His youngctt son, a
moro boy, was with him to-day as ho has
been during his two trials.
Twood obtained loavo to attend to somo
private business, and loft tho shorillV
ofllco in a close carriage accompanied by
two doputy sheriffs.
Now York mnn named 1'ntlorson.
uoiuiKN Tin: Muui)i:iti:i:, iounh
CAI'.SIZINH OF A SCIIOONKIt-
tvi:nty or Tin: (m:v
I ATI! S'lT.VMF.U
nd.mhi:k or insTituciivi: nm'.
FKOM HUNTINGTON, h,
UuNTlNoro.v, Novoinbor 10. Tho
(uhoonur F. V. Turnor wns capsized iu
tlio Sound off Floyd Nock, Tueaday nlgfit,
and H) ot tlio cruw drowned.
IIKAVV I.O?!S I1Y FIIIK.
Hoston. Novumbur 10, Shnploy it Co..
and Joseph iloyuton o: Co., mauulacturcrs
ot plcluro inimcs nun paper uaj;., out ly
l'lTTHiuuo, November 10. Uy an ex
plosion ol sulphur In thu mines nenrTre
mont to-dav, seven men wcro terribly
burned about their heads and laces, and a
man named John illinmson was in
FKOM NKW OKL.KANH.
Nkw Oklkans, Novembor la. A firo
on Vallum street, near llogan avenue
consumed a half block of small buildings.
Tho Jlobilo and loxas rnilrond elevator
and 'J freight cars wero consumed, Loss
ten thousand dollars.
F KO M MON TK K A L.
IN VnSTIO ATlON,
Montiikal, Novembor l'J. Tho invos
ligation into the disaster to tho steamer
.nvorinn, shows tliat tho gear lor lower
ing tlm lifeboats was Insufficient, and tbo
crew woro undisciplined, nnd if any or a
ders woro given by tho enptnin nfler tho
Uro broko out, luey woro unheard or un
FKOM BELFAST, MAINE.
Tltlt (IOUUON CAHB.
Bklfaw, November l'J. Chief Justice
Appluton began bis chargo lo tho Jury in
the Gordon case at hnlf-piist 8 o'clock this
morning, and closed at a quirtcr of 10.
Tho jury then rutircd, and aftor an ab
sence of a little over ono hour, returned a
murduii i.v thi; nitsT nr.aiir.it.
Thn prisoner received tho verdict, with
out emotion. His counsel asked a dolny
In order to tlio uxcopl'.ov, nnd court nd"
journed until to-morrow.
MtMl'lUS, November 19. Jofl'oreon
Divl.s returned hero to-day atter a long
illness at Louisville.
tho philanthropist, is at tho Poabtdy hotel
onrouto for Now York after visiting thu
towns infostod with tho yollow fever in
opened to nlglit undur unfavorable cir
cumstances. KKOM ELIXAHETH.N. J.
Klizauktu, Nuw Jorsoy, November
19. Henry Kowlng, alias Kriblo,
charged with attempting, iu this city Intt
week, tho murder of a woman who had
oloped with him from Hamburg, has ro
tated all food ainco his arrest In Philadel
phia un Monday. Tho woman is recov
ering, but ono of hor eyes, which was
wounded by tho pistol shot sho alleges ho
fired, will havo to bo removed.
Tho Tobacco Manufacturer's nisocio
tlon bore, havo asked their congressmen
to advocate tho paisago of a law allowing
licorice nnd othor cssontlal Ingredients to
pass under bond to tobacco manufacturers
frco of custom duty.
Cincinnati, November 19. Tho flno
residenco of .Mr, Theodoro Koyor, ut
Avondale, was entirely consumed this
morning. Loss $'O,00U, Hourly covered
THE STONF. OHANITK I'OTTEUV
of 1'red Dallas, on Hnmiiton road nnd
Centrnl avenue, burned to tho ground at
9 o clock to-night. Loss $ 20,000. Heav
ily insured in tho Western KntorprUo,
(Jlobu and several oilier insurance cooipa
nies, Sixty workmen uro thrown out of
in tho first of tho condemnation suits for
tlio silo for government buildings was
rendered to.dny, allowing $1,000 per front
foot for tho property. At tno same rate,
thn wholn ot tho property for the sito will
not cost less thnn ? 100,000.
lll nml lull or Iho ItlVniH
For 21 hours ending H p.m., Nov. 19, lb3
.lell'ori-oli City .
Now Geneva.. .
New Orlcaus .
"Suvfaeo of water below hencii marie.
Observer Hlf. Ser. U. S. A
PiTTsnuno, Novomhor 19. Klvor seven
feet. Cloudy and sprinkling all day.
Namivili.k, November 19, Klvor fall,
ing; 4 foot 0 inches on liarpoth shoals.
Clear and cold. It has been snowing all
.MKMi'llls, Novomhor 10. Weather
cloudy and cold. Kivor falling steady.
Arrived: Ouachita Hullo, Now Orleans.
Departed, Hnnnock City, Whito rivor;
W..I. Ileh an, City of Qulncy and John
Kilgour, Nuw Orleam; Julia, Molllo
Mooro nnd James Howard, SI. Louis; Joe
Klnnoy, Vlcksbnrg; Honry I'robisco and I
Aniiy iiaum, Uincinnali.
Nuw Ohlkanb. Novumber 10 No isrrl-
vaU. Departed: Koborti. Mitchell, Cln-
lnnntl; Bello Luo, Chlcott City. Clour
Cincinnati, Novomhor 10. Hlvor l'J
feet nnd falling. Arrlvod, K. W. Skll
llngor, l'ittsbisrg. Departed, Charmor
F.vanhvii.i.k, November 10. Cloudy
nnd cold, Consldornblo snow foil sltico
lat night. .Mercury '22 to 21 and falling.
Hlvor rison ;i incoes. l'ort list Up
George Koborts, Down Kntlo Dickson,
Mary Anient, Idlowlld. Huilness dull.
Clearing up to-night and vorycold.
Sr. L.tui?, Novembor l'J. Arrived:
Colorado, Vikiiburg; Ksunt. and Jasper
Mow uricant; liorirsm, lxookuk: .Mag-
gin, Illinois river. Departed; City of
Alton, Church nnd Mohawk, Now Or
limns; Grand Tower, Memphis; Sam
Koborts, Cairo. Klvor falling. Consld
ranio icn running in tho pnner
.Ml-iouri. woauicr Clear and very cold
I.orisvll.t.i:, Klvor rising slowly with 0
feet in canal, I loot In pais down Indian
chtitn. U either cold with snow. Arrlv
op: United States, Cincinnati; Illuo Wing,
I .. . l . ... If I
rkuiimihy rnur, oiornint; oiar, iionuer
ion; Sandy Troy, Kntio Hlglcr, Ciiiclnn
ntl; Lnwronce, Cinolnnatl, Departed
I'njtcd States, Cincinnati; Bluo Wing,
Kentucky rivor; Morning Star, Hondnr
son; Sandy Troy, Klttiu Hlgler, Arkansas
rivor; j-.awrenco, ht. iiouli.
Vu'Ksiiruo, November 10 No boats
down. Arrived: Capitol City, about 0
pm yoftorday oppnslro Djlla bargo Hollo
of Alton In tow of Henry Ames, discover)
cd on lira in consequence of high wind,
which was Imposslbto to extinguish tho
flames and tho bargo was turned adrift.
Tho bargo and cargo nro a total lots. Il
hnd on board twolvo hundred bales cotton
nnd four thousand packages, consisting of
ryo, flour, corn, oats and sundries. Clear,
cool. Klvor rising.
Nkw Oulkans, November 19. l'lour
some demand for Cuba, super I 7
treble 0 iOtfM 00: family 8 COfi.9 00.
Corn supply light; yollow 7oc; white
Oats mlllng 5F(7.j9o.
k Ilrnn quiet 90c.
ii... ..I, .1.... ,...it .
w uu; CIIOICO -1 V).
l'ork dull nnd lowo 14 87.
Dry salt meats shouldors tenrco Cjc;
nacou uuu; uriu ijji c; liams dull; ordt
nnry sugar cured tijc; choice S 01c.
Lard dull nnd lower; tiorco 8(3)3 Jcj log
Sugar supply light nnd demand aclivo
nnd advancing; common 0c; fair to good
fnlr 017c: prlmo Sic.
Mollatsrs scarce, activn nnd firmer;
common 35337 Jc; fnlr 40c; prime to choice
Whiskey qulot; Louisinna 90c; Cincin
nati 1 0.'.
Colloo quiet; fair to primo 2lJ!3jc.
Corn meal firm and held nt '.'5.
St. Louis, Novomber 19. Homp dull
and nominal; 701 20 fair lo choice un
dressed. Flour prices havo a wide range and
may bo quoted nominal as follows: super
A &0(3j4 00; X 1 004 50; XX 6 00G iO;
,.XS 50()0 SO; lamily 0 607 60.
wueui spring nrm; a 960il CO;
fall dull, No !J red 1 'JC1 27; No 2
Corn steady for spot; sollers firm; No
mixed oll'erud 31 jo cash; 40c bid. Car
lot In eluvatortolu at 43a.
Oats firm; Not! mixed :itU039b.
Harley llrmor; No t! spring t 251 30
strictly prlmo, and choice Kantus and
Nebraska 1 37jMl CO.
Kyo higher; No 2 70c.
l'ork dull and weak; 12 OOoTU'.! GO.
Dry salt moat firm; shouldurs fir, clear
rib ojc; clear on orders ic.
Lard quiet; primo steam Cj07c.
Sugar Louisiana 'JfiT.Olc.
Whiskoy dull and lower, no buyers for
round lots at 80c.
MEiifiua, Novembor 19. Flour dull
Corn moal dull.
Corn s:arco and firm nt CCfC3c.
Oats dull at SOc.
Bran scarco and firm,
Hacon scarco and firm.
Hulk shoulders iJ(J.r)Jc.
Lard 8J9Jc; Kelailing llc.
CiucAQo, November 19 Flower steady.
Wheat qulot, lower; No 2 spring 8S
1 03; jmo 2 l u-j uocemuer;
1 03 January; fto il'jijc.
Corn fair demand.
Oats lower; No 1! mixed 381 spot; 392
uccomoer; iso ;i ai catii.
Kyo steady; No 2 01(5,05.
Ilirloy dull and declined; No 2 fall
1 30; No 3'.l3(Tr;9J.
Wbikoy, ndtivo demand and advanced
Provisions fairly active though oasior
under ncavv roeeipls.
Pork 11 60 cash; l'J lOJunuarj; 12 50
(liuirirrx.l rliireit.il, isflu.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
A. IS. BAFFOKD, President;
S. 8. TAYLOK. VlccPresldent;
II. llYtfLOP, rtocretary and Treasurer
P. M, IUnot.il.
K. II. Htocimtll.
li. I'. IUuioat,
K. II. UeNaiauutM,
J. M, I'mtiiM
llIioalSa ol stny Amount KoonlvtMt Irons
en usnn upwnroa.
TM'EltEHT tifl on deposits at the rate of six
JL reroent. pr annum, March 1st and Beptem
Imt In, Intoreatnot wllhiirswn la tilded lrnmii.
dlstolj to the principal of th iloposlt,, therein
Klf ln them cnmpounii Interest.
I1ARRIKTI WOMKH AND CniLDRKK HAT
0 TBiT NO OKI iui osa nuw IT.
Open Tery buslnmf day from a.m. to 3 p.m..
and HMurdsT er'.o lor BAVINO DEPOSIT
onl;, from ( to S o clock,
auotf W. I1THLOI'. Trurir.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
it. V. Millkr, l'rcniii nt.
J. M. 1'llliI.ll'H, VIci -l'iCHliloiit.
CllAH. CtlNNINOHAM, Cashier,
yjLLKOriONS l'UOMPTLY MU.DK.
IXCIUUK, oolu. tacit notes tad United
j HtatueaocrU'i.a boiiiiht and Hold.
SutejMS Allow, up 'flute Uepotlta
liissrpool Nnw-Tutk hj I'hllsiltlpbis
UMS POMTSI01 WITH I'HITSD TiTi till Slltl
Kur OsrrjiDK the Mult
FOR l'A83A01i TICKKT8
OB miim OIU'TIDR
VI'FLY TO JOHN O. DALE,
IS llnn.lonj SMt.Tork, vt Iu
II. If Mtt,
Miss A. I'liii.i.li n. MlO, I.. T. IllilUds
COM.MKKCIAI. AVENUE, HETWEEN
NINTH AND TENTH STH.
OAIUO AND PADUfJAH
(All. RSI AT.
IL splendid lianf
Dick Kowlkk, Captain
Liavoa Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p. m For freight or passago apply on boat
or IO .IAS. JflALI.OKTt AX ti
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIITWKKM WACU'lS AVKHUH AMD WAL1SU1
Dr. H, r. I'ltliln Informs tan putilie thath b
L 1 V E U V STABLE
on tbenorthwol m.lr of TDlh rtrrnl as mm
Ills S'bl will b ruiDlsbsa wild Dona Pill in
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
bourn of tlio day and night with safe team
on the lo-vet tonus.
Dr. Kleldn ankxa share orpuonc patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and utrlct attention to bus!'
Ji. F. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T. Gerould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Oah AND STKAM Pll'E FlTTINUS.
UMIIIi: A.VD A MULE VAI.VKfl.
LEAD Pll'E AND PUMPS
QII ANDILI EKS,
dTDrlve wells put down In any part of
the city or surrounding couutrv.
162 COMMEKCIAL AVENUE,
WAKD & HOIJKHTS,
Uxalkks ix Window Shades,
Wall Pai'h, I'urk Wiutk
Lkad, Linsckd Oil
I LLU M IN ATI MG OIL,
sl'ikitb tubi'intink, glus
Siikllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
1'iC Commorctal avenue.
Cairo, - . - Illinci
II EHMAN SUIIMETZSTOHFF,
(Successor to II. Thlelocke.)
IKali r In All Klnrte
11KTWKKN TKNTII AND KLKVKNTII BTBKKTS
ment of 11. Thlelccke, I siiall always Keep
:n hand a lull and frei-h supply nt all tbo best
1:00101 111 my line, 10 oc louuu in lue uiumei
Ily strict attention to business, nnd lulr ileal
Ing, 1 hope not only to retain all the custom
the place has enjoyed in the patt, but to add
to the list many new patrons. Asking a
lair share of public patronage,
Kespectlully, Ukuman SciiMKTZSTonrr.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rilKNII "AI.I. HTYI.KN.
M It S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swauders,)
aiinounccH that she has Just opened a large
assortment ot the
Millinery Goods to be lound in tho market.
She will keep on hand
Hats, Bonnets, Flowkrs, Bunions,
Drech Trimhinos ov All Kinds,
Ladika FuiiNisniNa Goods, Notions,
Collars, U.vdkrslkkves, Uvytb,
And nil goods found Iii millinery stores, all
ol which will bo disposed ol at the lowest
cah prices. Mm. Jackson respectfully
nsksa continuation of the pntnonage which
has been so llheiully hestsowed upon her by
the lailieN of Cairo and the vicinity.
WH ITB COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WALTRBH, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
lath, shingles, oedah posts
dooh3, sash, blinds
fornlsbed on (barteet notloe.
Commercial tvenue, between Tenth stud