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tjh. oAiitu uaujV uuLLisiiri, Saturday, November 22, ur3.
BMrtal Paparof ihnCUr "' Cmiuljr
JOllN IL OllKULY, Kdllor anil Publlshoj
TEBMS OF THK DAILY I'ULLKTIN :
On week, by oarrter f
Oae yearby awrler, In advance 10 00
On year by carrier It not pilil In
ne month, by mail 1 00
fkrae montht 8 00
TIBUS Or WKKKLV IIULLKTIK.
One Year fl 00
Six Months , r
Tli r ob Monti 50
Invariably in advance.
Beading tiintter nu everj- imgo.
Bands of armed negroes In Louisiana
aro attacking steamboats at tlio landings
on too Mississippi river.
Tnx cowipapor printers in Pittsburg
haro struck, and only two of tho morning
papers are now publishod.
Sarah Flow in ii tbo name of tbo wo
man who wrele tho hymn entitled!
"Noarer, My God. to Thoo." Sho died at
the ago of twonty-four years.
The New Orleans 'Picayune' nowspn.
per will be (old at aborlfTa tab Dccotubor
lit. The PIcynno' ii ono of tho oldest,
and was tho ablest paper, In tho South.
Tboso aro hard times for newspaper pub
publishers, and many will follow tho ex
ample of tho 'Picayuno' men and go to
Senator Sumnkk Is right. Calob Cuih
ing Is right. Tho fact that tho Vlrglnlus
had Amorlcan papers and sallod under nn
Amorlcan flag, docs not ovorcomo tho
conclusive ovidonco that she bad arms on
board, that sha had Cuban Eoldiora on
board, that sho was ongnged in nn Illicit
enterprise which deprived hor ol tho pro
tection which would othorwiso nttach to
a neutral vessol otigaccd in a .legitimate)
trade, and that sho was justly amcnablo
to the outraged authority of Spain.
Oca noighbor speaking of tho directors
of the Cairo and St. Louts railroad com
pany says: "Wo chargo thorn with so
managing the intoresls of tho pooplo of
tho county and city, in this railroad, that
they (the people havo sufforod loss I' Tho
'Sun' takos too much time. It must con
sult Mr. Wilson and uso Lis pon
boforo it can reply, liut wo de
mand tho proof of its charge, nnd wo de
mand that tbo 'Sun' shall toll tho public
tho namos of tho directors guilty cf wast
ing tho pcoplo's money.
The 'Sun' wants to know lomothlng
again. It wants to know wboro nro "tho
$5,000 collected as taxes on tho 5100,000
' bonds isauod for tho Cairo and St. Louis
' railroad, over and abovo tho (33,000 do-
llvered?" Wo ask tho 'Sun'to cither provi
that tboro wero $100,000 such bonds issued
oyer and abovo tho $39,000 delivorcd, or
else stand convicted of stupidity or false
hood. Come, now, you havo said $100-
000 bonds of tho county woro Issued over
and abovo 130,000 bonds delivorcd, und
taxes colleclod on thu bonds. Wo dony,
and call for tho proof. Como up, friend
'Sud,' to tho trough, and oillior oat your
charge or prove it.
Vert properly tho city council has do
croed that all hotol, stcnml oat and rail
road runners in this city, shall wear
badges, on tho front of their hats or caps,
with nurabor nnd vocation marked there
on to that tho wayfaring man though
a fool may know thotn. Thoro aro among
the hotel runnors, or men who protrnd to
bo hotol runnors, tboso who wear badges
resembling police badges, and occasional
ly exhibit thorn to strangors, und while
protonding to givo thorn police protection
rob their pockots and maltreat their per
sons. Compellod to wear badgos on their
hats, tho dishonest among the runners
will be restrained bomowhat. But will
tho council by this badgo ordlnanco ruin
ed y tho ovll it aims ut? It may. but
we do not bellevo it will. Thieves will
still contlnuo to exhibit policemen's stars
to strangers, and rob forolgn
pockots. The remedy will not bo elfoct
ual. If the counoll doos really wish to
prevont thieves from porsouating police
man, tbo council mint put tho policcinon
into uniforms ; and this tbo council (bould
do. Four uniformed policomen In this
city would bo moro oU'octlvo In tbo per
formance of pollco duty than ton out cf
"We have mot men in our day who
challenged our admiration because they
were lrst-class fools, and, lor u tlmo, we
admlrod Mr. Davis, of tho 'Sun,' in tho
mistaken belter that bis foolishness was
unlquo and abovo objection ; but of lato
he has pleasod us In his foolishness boyoud
suuuibuiv. iiu una uviuunuy no senio
whatever, Becaueo tho legislature did
not enact a law to givo effect to tho con-
etllutlonal direction that countv commit
loners shall bo olocled in counties not
under township organization, ho abmes
us; ho abuses Gov. Palmer, Gov. Dover
idgo and all and singular tho members
of the 27th and 28th general assemblies
Ii it reasonable to suppose that any ono
member of tho legislature can think of all
tbo laws that bhouVl bo enacted? Mr.
Davis pretends to bo an editor. It Is tho
duty of an oditor to Instruct legislators
in their duty. Why didn't ho, dlstln
gulshed and far-ieolng man that ho is, dis
cover the nocossity of tbo luw and sug
gest It? No man in tho state, not oven
the members of tho constitutional conven
tion, believed there was a neceselty for
uch a law-no lawyer, no legislator, no
ditor and yot thu aislnlno man of tho
itupid 'Sun' says wo neglected ourduty in
yot having suob a law enacted I
Turn itupid 'Sun,' to gain a little favor
la IU centemptlble way ly Imitating tho
humility ef Uriah Heap, says that wo
ought not to complain that tbo printers
of Calre are not patronised as t hoy should
t. Tbi Uuiletin ttinds oven with
Cairo; It lis given lis much ns it has re
ceived. It now giving more thnn It
receives, I wo depended upon homo
support oniroly, Tin: IIvllktik could
not bo piibkhcd ono month with our re
sources. Vo rom' nioro money In Cairo
than wo rccivo in patronago of Tins
Hillktin, Our wages roll tho money
wo pay to employes of tho company
amounts to iHwoon ?12,000 and StC.COO n
year, and tils money all goes Into tho
poekcts of wr clothiers who aro very il
liberal patron, grocers, dry goods houses,
etc. o knw thero aro many onlorpris-
ing and llbral business men In Cairo,
who npproclto tho fnct that nowspnpors
aro nocessar institutions of tho city, and
accordingly patronlzo them liberally;
but thoro ,ro too many who don't.
Wo want io patronngo of our job
rooms for livor. Wo want it becauso
wo can d it better than any
ofllco in Calrt and cheaper than any offico
In the Mlsslnlppl valley. Tho 'Sun' is
satltflod with tu pntronago. It bus rea
son to be. Pttronngo of It is n contribu
tion to tho purso of its publisher. It Is
not a nowpaper. Weak as n broken reed ;
flat as dish water ; stupid ns weak ; with
out circulation and without influence, it
may properly bo called nothing boiled
down. It has a right to rrjotco In tho
amszlng liberality that Induces anybody
to waste money in patronizing It. Wo
know It docs as woll as it can ; Its li.tcn-
lions aro good ; it aiplrcs to bo useful:
but until tho leopard can chango 113 spots,
streams run towards their fountain?, its
editor civo ovidonco ot tho possession
1 common sense until oven moro un
likely things than either of theso shall
happen, tho 'Sun' Mill bo what it now is
THK TIIIIEATKNKD WAU.
Thoro can bo no doubt of it; tbo volco of
tho country is for war. Old men and
young men, lawyers, doctors, preachers,
editors all tin cood people of the land
havo becamo m sanguinary m Modoc
Indians, and nro shouting tor blood 1 Tho
presldont Is " man of blood;" ho has no
objoction to tbo clang of nrjns ; ho stop
pol out of ono war Into groat honors, nnd
may hope that out of another ho might bo
ablo to climb to grcator honors and
moro poirur ; nt nil ovonts ho has nothing
to lose by war, nud hip party, now sink
ing under tho popular displeaiuro, de
mands that tho thoughts of tho pooplo
shall bo divortod from Us crimes nnd
shortcomings j whoroforo it U probable
wo shall soon bo engaged at tho work of
Wo do not mean to intlmato that wo
can honorably docllno to indulgo in a bout
of arms with ttio proprietors of tho
'l'rldo of tbo Antilles." Their sorvants
havo grievously insulted our flag, nnd
have bocn guilty of such butchery us
makes civilization shudder. They should
sootho our outraged honor by ample apol
ogies, punish tho Cuban butchoM and givo
us security for tbo future. Palling to do
so, tho government should uusbculh Us
word and compel tho Spaniards to sat
isfy our demands.
Hut is thcro nocettity for inconsldorato
hasto? Is it wise, having been wrongod, to
push tho government over tho prociplco
into tho turbulent stream of war to do so
boforo contemplating tho probablo conse
quences, and without giving thu second
sober thought tlmo to load tho judgmont of
While it is true America ought to havo
Cuba, nnd tho lato uiassacro of American
citizens furnishes an oxcuso to us to go und
tako tho island, should we thcroloro forgot
thatSpaln isnow passing through n crisis
in which republican institutions will cith
er triumph or bo trampled undor tho foot
of tho ono man power? Tho man who
stands at tho head of Spanish affairs Is a
groat statesman, nu ndvocnlo and truu
champion of popular government, nnd a
warm frlond of tho Unltod Statos. llo re
grcls tho brutality of tho voluntcors, nnd,
if wo nro not unreasonably impetuous,
will punish thorn, nnd satlfy nur juit de
Whilo thoroforo wo boliovo that our
government should demand and obtain all
that justice requires nt tho bauds of Spain,
wo liopo our demands may bo satUfled in
pcaco. War is ut best a droadful gamo
to play ut. Whatovur tho thoughtless
may boliovo, moro ovll than good results
from It to any nation that encagos in
the bloody pustimo. It introduces do
moralization into tho prlvuto family and
Into tho public olllccs. In n monarchy it
strengthens tho hands of tho despot und
in n republic undurmlnos tho power of
tho masses. Whilo It occasionally dovol
opes tbo nobler qualities ol Human
nature, It lets down thu gutos
that dam tho floods of tho
bud passions of man's heart and scuds do
ttruction abroad on their current to make
dosoluto the fair UelJs nnd happy homes
of tho world. Thoro nro times when
should bo Invoked when liberty strug
glingdumauds tho aid ot tho sword when
a pooplo must tako their lives in their hands
to vindicuto tho rights that maku life
worth possessing, but wo may woll pauso
and inquire wholher wo now confront one
of thoso timos whothor our honor do
inands that wo shall walk in blood to sat'
Ii faction for tbo conduct of thu voluutcers
of Cuba whethur thoro Is not n peacoful
pavu iy wlitcti wo can gain tuo ond wo
aro now walking towards, cursing ns wo
go nnd breathing diro threats ol von
The OAino 1IUM.ltin complains that
Cairo, us woll us Alexander county, send
to Chicago, St. Louis und other cities to
havo their printing uone,wiien they could
get It dona as well anil us cheap in Cairo,
Uberly publishes thu council proceeding
for tuo city oi wairo lor ono iioiiar
month, and then they won't givo him thel
job work. This is too bad. Perhaps If
Uborly would print tho council procoou
ings for nothing, tho council would re
ir. unit) or him gratoiuiiy, nnu givo him i
little lob work occasionally : but as b
gets such an enormous prlco for tho coun
cil proceedings, ho ought not to com
plain, I'aducbu Kentucklan.
Tho wholo number of now buildings i
the bbrnod district of lloiton is JC6
about CO per cent of tho CtC that covorcd
It before the lire, and they cost about
5 ti, 000,000, or a million and a half moro
than the value oi ineir proaecoeeors.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
THC Sl'AMAUDS lUXOMINH
UUMOItllD ATTACK I'l'OX (JKMHtAL
Till: SPANISH COVntN.MIINT U.SI'.S
I'OltCi: TO PIKUIICT HIM.
HLTiiriTiNU omens ounniinii
IO UK OrLNKD.
(?nx. suniiMAN ixspnerixd Tin:
COAST l'OUTI 1-1 CAl IONS,
Tin: ai!opi:i,li:s should hi:
HELD AS A HOST.ViJi: 10 THE
ACTIVITY AT ALL
tui: rnniiixij ajionutui: masses.
OEN. hlCKI.ES ATTACKED.
WAMitxaruK, Kovonbor 1!L Dlipach
es received from Madrid by thu secretary
of state, stato thut u mob which collected
in front of thu Amorlcan legation was
promptly dispersed bv tha Kovcrnmoiit,
'J'lieru is no doubt hero In
olliclul circles but that the nu-
thorllios of Madrid nro fully cuptiblu
of preventing any outbronk. Tho posl
tinn of JUnlster Sickles Is very unfora
ble, but it is not believed that vlulunco
will be ofl'ercd, us Sickles telegraphs that
tha Spanish officers nro equal to tbo emer
gency. Minister Sickles is hourly In com
munication with tho stato department,
nud his dispatches indicato n very strong
feeling ngaint tbo United States.
JMI'OUTANT CA III SET MEET1SO.
Washington, November 2. Secretary
Villi submitted n number of telegrams
from Minister Sickles to tbo cabinet meet-
inc to-dHV. Tho K'sslon which has just
commenced, is probably ono Of thu most
intfire.tlng and serious meetings since tho
commencement of tho present complica
tion;, Tuu members ol thocuhinei lo-uay
scemod to bo very serious In their ilo
mennor; and there seems to bo moro ex
tended discussion in all places, as to prob
abilities of war than has yet been noticed.
At tho Bnuui time, so Inr us has been mailo
known, olliclul advices from Spain
havo not varied In . tholr
accusaslnns of tho honosty
of tho Castolar government to prcservo
friondlv relation und to command calm
ness nnd dignity during tho progress of
negotiations. Thooxcitemont olthopnpu
lnco In Madrid doos not scorn to bo shared
by tho government thoro, us is evinced by
tbo iixprossed opinion ot tlto secretary of
stato hero, that thu oxaueratlon In official
Ttnorlt under Iho assertions of Mr.Hlcklon
that tho Spanish government Is able nud
Inn sunnresiod lio.tllo indications against
tlto Amorlcnn legation ut Madrid.
THE BECItKTAKV OK THE NAVY
returned to this city nt an oarly hour thi
morning nnd was at tho depot at n vury
early hour. A largo number of
havo Wen ordered to duty to-day to ships
f heavy ordinance, now bolng mica oui
for immediate service.
NAVAL ItKUItUITINO OVK1CKS
avo boon ordered to bo reopened ut
A1TL1CAT1DNS l'OU SERVICE.
Tho navy department has reoolved up
to this tlmo 130 applications for service
under tho governmuut in casu of trouble
from ex-volunteer ollleors ol inn navy,
nnd unnlicaUoni aro constantly belnir ro-
colvou. Uo reply dui tnui vno win uo
amy contMureu snouiu occasion nriio lur
chairman of tho senutu cummltteo on for
oign nlValr, had an extended intorviow
with President Grant this morulnir. In
n subsenuent convuio.iiou lie suited that
if Spain rofusou or was unanio io muiiik
nrper roparaiion, no uuueveu eungruis
would authorize u oeeiarution oi war.
l'KO-M NKW YOUK.
OEN. SICKLES WOU.NIlEIt.
New Yoiik, Novembor 21. A Wash
Inutuu disnuich says dispatches from
Madrid received this morning, report that
a second attempt had been mnJo to
uitiKsinato (ion. Sickles nud that ho was
wounded. Tho report is not credited in
olllcial circles, though outtido of olllolnl
circcs it is generally credited.
in Wall street uiiuirs navo ocen in
feverish und unsottled condition with
wide nnd frenuont fluctuations iu ditlor-
nnt marhcts, on advices irom Jimirui in
regard to tho demands of Minister Sick
les and tho dotlunt attitude of tho Spanish
govornmont towards America, gold (ral
Hod and stocks loll oil.
SHEHMAN ON THE WAR PATH
Tho samo authority reports that Cor
Sherman left last nlL-lit on it tour ol in
spcctlon of fortiUcatiuus of tho Atlantic
aud UU1I states.
naval officers in this city, commenting
unon tho ureat uctivlty ol preparing ves
sols for sen, say that within 3D days thoro
till I bo In (Jtibn waters ut ichsi JUot tho
most poworful vcssols In thu t'ultod States
had oarly interviews to-day with bureau
olllcers ut tuu navy uepartmeut, in wuicu
ho roiternleil his ineirucllnui that tli
various divisions of thu naval sorvlC'
shall exurt their utmost ell'urts that all
vessels being prepared for tea shall bo in
flrst-class order i" ovory rospoct ut un
early period for nctlvo service.
; ruiullueKi). ;
The government has purchasod n small
steamer called thu 'Dispatch,' to
which olllcers liavo boon ordered
to-dnv. This vcesol will bo used
for tho purposo of carrying malls and dis
patches between tlio Nortl Atlnntlo fleet
and our poriP iiiuhk mu wuuviiurii t-uus
from Charleston to Koy West,
Thu olllcers of thu Spanish war stonmnr
Aranlls. now belnu completely fittud at
tho navy ynrd, are very anxious to get
nwnv. huvint: recieveu uruerno taao tuoi
vessel in Cuban vrntoro ns soon is iio si
bio. Tho Amorican ofllcors at the yards
say it will bo n shumo to allow her to do
part. Tboy say thu Spaniards havo not
rneninlzed tho International laws, aud
they fall to seo why tho Unltod States
I should bo so consiuernio, wuvu tuu pros
enco ofth'i Iron Olnd hero would bo as a
hostngo for tho Vlrgltiitit, nt least.
TUB linEATKST ACTIVlTV
prevnlls nt tlio navy yartl, and ovory ef
fort is bolng in mil) to lurry tho work of
lilting vessels for soa. Workmen nro
busy night nnd day, ami this morning Co
moro wero put to work.
Thodlspatchos in reference to thu re
ported rupture between Miniitor Sickles
und tho Spanish government, exclto groat
pulillu Interest, and aru cagurly discussed
avorvwhorp. Groups of men nro uround
tho bulletins of ovory newspaper ofllco.
Tbo gonoral Impression, however, loomed
to be that tho Spanish government doos
not desiro wur, nnd that ponco will bo
nn: NATHAN MUllIlKll.
Cilo Yunnlng, n well-known burirlnr,
was to-day taken from the penetontlary
where ho linn just completed u six months
term, nnd locked up at tho police houd
quarters on n chargo of complicity in
tho Nathan murder, preferred by .lohn T.
Irving, having Implicated both Yunnlng
and lMnlol Kelly In thu murder, by Mat
ing tint Hho formor killed Nathin whilo
ho and Kelly wero waiting In fio house.
It is nlso stated that Kolly Is undor ar
Ingorsjll has boon committed to tho
Tombs to uw.ilt trial on tho rltg indict
ment being tiuublo to givo bail.
AT SAX PKANC1SCO.
San Fiiancisco, Novcmbur 21. Iho
nows from Spain creates Intonso oxcitu
mcnt huru. It Is reported 200 veterans of
tho lato war havo flgnod a roll. Volun
tcors will oflor their services in event of
l'iiAULKTor, November 21. Tho war
news Irom Madrid nnd Wnehington to
day; causes much excitement here, nnd
great anxiety is felt regarding tho condi
tion of Forts S.irnptwr and Moultrlo. liopo
is expressed tint tho government will
placa them en war fouling immedi
ately. FISOM AUOCSTA, OA.
AL'oukta, November 21. Aloxander
11. Stephens leaves to-morrow evening for
Washington. Though still fooble, ho
hopes tu bo able to remain at his posl dur
ing thlssosslon of congres. In un Inter
view to-dny hu said : "I am for Cuba
Immediately, If not soonor."
AT SALT LAKH.
Salt Lake, November 21. An itn
moii'e incotinlng Is being bold nt City
Hull to-night with referonco to iho Cuban
ntrocity. Speeches wero mado by sovoral
of our principle citizoriH, both Mormon
nnd Oontilo. Thero is Intenso feelinc
ngaint thu Spnniih olilcials in Cuba, nnd a
unnniiiKiis expression for tho vindication
ol our lig.
rilOM NEW ALDAN Y.
New Albany, Ir.d , Novombor 21.
Tho Lldgor-Stnndard of this ovonlng
contains tlio nunouucumuiit that Col. T.
J. Jackson, who served iu tho lato war ns
lioutenur.t-coloucl of a colored regiment
with distinction, proposes to ralfo n brig
ndo of .'1,030 colored men, nud tender their
services to tho government incaso of wur
with Spain. Col. Jackson bus considera
ble iniluenco with tbo colored pooplo, nnd
no doubt could promptly furnUb tho
AT NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Novombor Zl. Thoro
largo nnd onthusiu'.tio mnss meet
ing at Exposition hull to-night, of Cuban
sympathizers, Sovoral speeches woro
made nnd resolutions adopted expressing
admiration of the devotion of tho Cubans
during Iho live joars contest, und con
temning apunlsh cruolly and imrbarllle.,
and denouncing thu high handed outrago
of capturing Amerlcnn citizens, under tho
Amorcan flag, on tho high son, nnd their
laughter at buntinco Do Cuba, und pledco
tho support of tho people of Louisiana to
tho national government In any stops
taken to rcdroes tho last Spanish outrago
nnd tondora hoart-folt condolonco to tho
families of tho vlutims ot tlio recent cow-
nrdly and inhuman butchory by tbo
bpnulnrda nt Santiago 1)j Ui;1js.
PKINTEKS ON A JiTUlKE.
l'lTTfenuno, Novombor 21, At n meet
ing of tho Typographical Union a reso
lution was pusod providing In caso tho
Union ofllco should hu UUii out of their
control,tbojwuuld inaugurate strikoon the
rest. Jiai uvuiuiig iuo Jieuuoruisciiarisoil
nil its old hands, whereupon thu compos
itors ot mo iJispaiQii, commercial, f,von
ing Toiograpn nnd Lhronlclo uruck.
Thoso ollieos aro now being run bv non
union men, so that ut prosont all news
paper ofllccs in thu city uru Independent
of tbo Union.
FKOJl SAN F1INCISCO.
San Fuani isco, Novombor 'JL Chain
bcrlain, owutr of True Iiluo, bus tolo
graphed n stttemont that his horse wus
cut down by Joo Daniels In tho great four
mllo race. Ooorgo Trout, owner of Thad
Stevens, publishes u card In reply to ttio
authority of judgos and tbo ridor of True
Hluo himself, Viho says ut tho tlmo his
horse was hurt Daniel s aud Sloven's woro
both ahead of him. Treat oilers to match
.Stevens ugainst any horse that ciin be
brbught for twouty-flvo thousaud dol
lars. FUOM UEOHOETOWN, CAL.
OuortaETOivjf, November 'Jl. Dispute
about tho title to a main lodo has been
pending in court here for somn weeks, and
tho Jury In tho caso was discharged yos
torday, being unublo to ugrco. About
midnight lust night a parly of man took
possesse? of tho mine, in which two
minors woro at work, und ono of them,
namodM. H. Carroll, was shot nnd killed.
Tho sherill' arrested the nggrossors. Tbe
coroner is now holding tho inquest.
FUOM LO U 1 SVIL L E.
Louisvai.K, Novembor 'JL Tho stand
ing committeo of tho dlocoso of Kontueky
have forowardod to lilshop Smith, at Uo
bokon, Now Jersey, thu eortlflcnto of
Ilisbop Cumihlng's withdrawal from tho
diocese, and from tho Protestnnt Ebiico
pal church. Thu next step Is tho formal
deposition of Cummiugs from Episcopal
FKOSl ALII AN Y.
A1.11.VNY, Novombor 21. Tho officials
lire doing all in their power to insist navi
gation, hut nro meeting with great ditll
uulty. Tho canal is thoroughly closodtnd
property locked lb.
" FUOM Vil A II A.
Omaha, November 21, Kgan paid
over to Ilognn ono thousand dollars last
night, and to-duy tho stilts against him
woro withdrawn, and ho left for St, Louis,
Ilognn is still horo.
ACCOUNT OF Till: MUHIMIR
CUHAX OI'I'ICIALS SUMMOXIII) TO
UUMOKI'.l) PIti:i'OIIATIOXSOF (il'.X.
SICKI.nS 10 LEAVE MAIIEIU.
EXPLOSION IN IIHITISH CAOL
SPANISH ItEPDItLICAXS KEPOIM F.l)
Maiiui, Novombor 21. Tho Politics
snystbiitjin consequence oltho steps taken
by Liynrd, tho ilrl'.lsh minister, (Ion.
Sickles has suspended preparations which
ho hu been making for his dcpurluro
It Is rumored Hint tho Insurgents of
Cortngnn intend to surrender. 'Ihls
would relievo tho vessels now In their pos
scislon, nnd render tho wholo iron clad
licet nvailablo in chso of trouble with tho
Uayonne, November 21. Don Al
phonzo, brother to Djii Carlos, has been
appointed gunorullssomo of thu CurlUt
forces. 1 nlulllgviieo has been rccelvod
that four hundred of tho Kopubllcnns, In
thu province of Almeru, wuru nearly all
killed or captured by the Carllsts.
CAPl'AIN OENEHAL AlllttVED.
Maduui, Novembor 'Jl. !-'enor Piel
tain, Into captain general if Cuba, nr
rived iu this city, nnd slnca has been In
closu conferenco with Prifldont Custilnr.
It has been reporlod thut Senor Solen,
colonial minister, who was sent or. u spu
ciul mission to Cuba
to return to Spain, is contradictod. Tho
Imporial nssorls that tho Virglnlus was
openly emiippod iu iho port of New
York, Thu Spanish press generally
for his modulation In reserving for con
grcss tbo eotllemont of quotions which
havo arisen hotwten tho united btnlo
EXECKTIO OF ItYAN AND THItEE OTHEIt
Havana, Novembor 20. Cnpt. Monr
thur who witnessed tho exooutlon of Ity
nn. Vrnnii. Jesus Dulsol and Podro Cos
pedes. "Ives tho following account : Thu
Spnuiurds forced Cuspedei nnd Jesus
and In which position they wero shot in the
back. Tho so.dier next directud Kyun
nnd Vuronu to knool in samo position
und wero seized und thrown down and
hundcutlud. All tho time tho two victims
begged their tormentor to Ut them die
standing, and having olio red fulhor roilst
iuico ihoy woro shot islanding.
I'ltAYEKS KOIt MERCY.
Piftocn olllcers of tho Spanish army who
had been mado prisoners on thu battle
Held by Vurona woro presont when hu
lauded und they wont to thu governor of
thu city nnd bugged that liln Itlu liuuld
bu spared sinco hu had given them theirs.
Thu acting American c Usui on hoaring
thut Ityun wm to bo shot, walled on thu
DEMANDED HIS IIKSTOUATION
ns an Amorlcan citizen, but hu refused to
lilten on tho ground that tho consul was
not well informed in regard to tho mutter.
Spaniards informed thu consul that thoy
woto noting on their own responsibility
und did not ever intend communicating
TO JIE LOWEKED.
London. Novomber U t. It is tho gon-
ernl opinion on Chungo thut tho ruto of
discoontof tlio Hank of England will be
lower on or before Wednesday next.
took placo in tlio colliery ut Wigan to
day, by which twonty-Uvo minors wero
killed and injured.
Pitrliauiem will rcnssomble on tho Mb
Memphis, November ill. Chas. Smith,
route agent of tho Mississippi Contra! It.
It. wus brought hero to-day trom Jackson,
by a deputy Unltod States murhal,
charged with robbing thu mails. Iio Is
Cincinnati, November 'JL lllvor sta
tionary. Departed : Andes, Wheel
ing. Nashville, Novombor 21. llivcr fal
Ion 7 loot on bhoals. Deputed : Ella
lIughos,Coiro. Woathar cloudy nud cool.
Vicksuuko, Novomber 21. Duwn:
Sam Parker und barges, liorgo, Peytona
nud barges, K E Leo. Up; Hollo Loo.
Weather cloudy nnd cool, Htver falling.
MKMl'ltlf, November 21. Weather
clear and modorutiug. Tlio smoko is very
had on tho rlvor. lllvor fulling slowly.
Departed : 11. O. Yueger nnd lluth, New
Orleans; Mury Alice und City of Chostor,
St. Louis, Novomber 20. Arrived :
Emma Elliott, Memphis: Clinton, Keo
kuk; Julia, Vicksburg; Kounl., Cairo.
Departed: Hollo Memphis, Mnrnphis.
Lowor Mississippi falling. Weather
clnr and cool.
KvANhViLLi:, November 'Jl. Weathor
clear and mild. Mercury 30 to -10. Hivor
risen 0 iuehes. Up. (100 Hoberts, Hig
Sunllowor Down ! Kittlo lligler, Mary
Anient, Turuscori, -Mnry Houston,
Charmer, J D Parker, Judge linker and
tow. Husluess active.
Louiavii.i.K, Novomber 2'J. lllvor fall
ing with 0 feet 3 Inches in canal; 1 fuet 3
inches in Push Down Indian chute.
Weather cloar and plnasnnt. A produco
boat containing 1,200 barrels apples, in
descending the falls to-day, ttruck Hibles'
rocus and suiiK. j nargo urnuca witn
brick struck the samo placo nnd sunk this
ovenlng. Arrived: United States, Cin
cinnati; Oroy Engle, Hendorson; Sandy,
Troy; Etnn and barges, lronton. Depart
ures; United States, Cincinnati; (Irey
Kngh', Henderson; Sandy, Troy; Etna
and barges, Ironton; Nick Longworth,
Nkw Oiilkanp, Novembor 21. Flour
good domand; scarcity of freight room
prevents tilling ordors for Cuba and Eng
land; - a iO
XXX C 7C8; family
Corn quiet; mixed 70i
Onts quiet, 68c.
Hran dull, 01c.
Hay. low grades dull; prlmo 25; choice
Pork dull nnd nominal 15.
Dry salt meats vory scarco; shoulders
would command CCJc. ancon Armor 7
8o cash. No demand furbniiiH.
Linrd quiet; tlcrjo8tVi)8Jc;kcR OJc.
Sugar nulot: fair 01c: second 7c: vollow
Molasses nctlvo nnd Armor; inferior 20
30q common 30c; fnlt 40013c; strictly
Whiskey nulot: Loulslstm OS?; Cincin
nati 1 02.
Colfeo quiet, m23c.
Corn meal quiet but flrn 3 26.
CillcAOO. Novomber 21. l'.lour fair do-
mand, oxtrn sprinir tiCtJj 70.
Wheat netivo unchanged: spring 1 10
I 11; Noi! 1 ocj casli; 1 02S Decern
Onts fair demand, firm. No 1! 32 cash:
livo fair diimaml. firm. o i GOacrit.
Hurley netivo highor. No'J fall 1 86f3
1 117! No 3 spring 1)8(2,07.
Pork sctlvo demand. VI 00 cash Vi 21
CtiVl 02lJannary: 13 sollor Fobruarv.
Lard nctlvo duinand,'707 J cash, 7J07J
Hulk meats Mr domatd: packed shotil
dors I J, short rib tnlddlts 0, meats 10 to
Dry salt moats to below thoso prl
Orucn ihmildors ii. sliojt rib middles
0, snort clour oj.
hlsKoy tnlr demand llrtn 80,
Sr. Louis, November 'Jl. Hemp dull
Flour, thero Is more Inquiry and un
Wheat, spring linn and higher, o.',
1 00l 02 1 soli 1 06; fall firm, No 3 rod
1 2527; No '.', 1 6B(W)ii.
Corn, spot in car lots, In demand nnd
firm, No '' mixed 1313jc; l3Jl'Jjc bid
Oats steady and Arm, No 2 37ffiUc; 3Cc
Hurley, dculors apart and sellers very
Arm, small seles, Kansas on track 1 07.
Uyo Is In demand aud Armor No 2, C9
70c. Pork unchanged, 12 C011 10.
Hacnu dull; fresh packed old clear sides
sold on order 75c.
Whiskey dull and nominal 8G8'3.
Memphis. November 'Jl. Flour dull
Corn mcnl in fair demand aud Arm at
(J ml n and feed soiree and Arm.
Meats no stock.
Lard dull nnd nominal.
fO JI.1I lSSIO .111: IICI I ANT.
MILLER !c PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hay, otc,
AGENTS roa KAIUHANK'S SCALES
Ohio I.evoo. CAIUO. II.LINUIH.
W. Stratum. " T. Hlrd
STRATTON &. UIRI),
Asents American Powder Company
No. .17 Ohio l.ovrc,
l'E T E R O U II L,
FL OUR MERC nANT
ni. hu oiiio i.i:vki:,
VJOtf. DAI HO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successor to D. Hurd ii Son.)
ri.oim, Silt AIM AMI II AT.
No 03 Ohio Lovoo, CAIUO, I LLS.
1. AVEIIB. K. J. AYKU8.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7H Ohio Lkvkk, Caiko, Illx.
LOUIS II. MYERS,
FoilWAllDINd AND COMMISSION
And Dealer In
HAY' OATS, COUX, FLOUR
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Store ltoonrin Dr. Wnrdlier'a new brick
111 Commercial Avciiup,
tSri.ibcral advtncca mado on consign
menu. liefereneo: Clt; National Hank. 11-2 If
JOHN R. J'HLLIB & SON,
.Uuooeasors tu John 11. Phllht,)
DEALERS IN II AY, OORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AQKNTS FOR LAFLIN AND HAND
Tkntii Stiikkt and
PHIL. 110W UD.
CITT NATIONAL HANK 11UIKDINO.
jSTSpecttti attention paid to ordor from
toumboatN, night or day.
(Successor to James Uynaston,)
Uutoiihb and DtULien in all Kinds or
COHNSIt NtNKTBNTII AND POPLAR 8T8.,
lluys and daughters only tho host eattlc,
logs and sheep, and is prepared to All any
loiunnd for fresh moats from ono pound to
ten thousand pound.
HYLANI) & SAUEK,
All tALKH IN
CUOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVEIIV DKSCUIPTION,
Corner 10th ftroct and Commercial avenu
next door to the ilyland saloon.
11-10 it. OAino, ILLS.
AND DEALKIt IN
UintiTii Stiiiskt, Hktwmin Wariiimotom
AND COUUEBCIAL AVMIUKfl,
Jidjotnlnv Itl'.Scnhunao nnd Ilnnnj'n
Keep I tin or llfil, Pork, Mutton Vl.
Lumti, Simimkc, "in,, od ar prcparod Io turn
jltlienH in intt mnmi KocnpiAniii miHDr,
BUTG DE3I S
AND DKALKU IN
LL KINDS OK FRE8I1 MEATS.
.Vr cor. TwpiiIIpIIi Ntreot nntl Com.
lluys and sliughtcrs only the best Cattle,
log and .Sheep, and Is prepared to till or
ient for Fresh Meat from ono to ten thou-
and pound. 7-2211
CliiurtoraJ Anrils 11.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, OAIKO
A. Ii. 8AF-KOHD. Prosidcnt;
S. S. TAYLOIL Vlco-l'rcsldent:
ii. HYSLOr, aecroury and Treuurer
P. H. lltacui, Cass. Omai,
r.n.oTuviTLiiu, rvi u. onu,
R. II. flPHttlfeUMAH. U . 1'. llALLlllAt
J. n. rsitun,
Ten Vnata Upwards.
dtatAlr to th t,riDolrl or th daooalu. ina
iwr 1 -1 - lui.i.at qui wiw.uri.wu i uun lam
KlTlufc inflm coinpouau inwrm.
StAHIUBlJ HUMID ABU jaA
O TUT HO Oil IUI Ci tui IT.
UMB TfrT DUIlDBVa URT ITU III W B.U1. MJ 9 U.
and Baturdor KTo'.mr
.nn Haiuriia.v T.iiff lor nviu ucruni
onlr. rrom t to o clfMk.
W. IITHI.OP. TfMinrar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
41 A I It O,
W. P. 1UI.1.IUAY, 1'rrtUcot)
11LCNHT I,. HAIiMDAY, Vie-PralitrDil
A. Il.lUKKOHI), Oiuhir.ri
WALTtCH IITHLOP, Asslsltn lUahlen
Hta&ts Taylou, Kosiut II. Ovamaaii
linear I., luuintr, W. p. Huiimt,
(Uo, V. WlLLiAMioH, HtirniN lluo
A. H. HirrouD.
KamHautrOt t'oln nnd Vnttwt NSntl
lloitd Bonghl nad Mold.
Iir.POHlTH raeoiTed, and
a gaoaral ban I
FIHST NATIONAL BAJ
It. W. MtLLKK, President.
J. il. Pimi.lpH, Vlce-l'reiildcnt.
Chas. Cunningham, Cashier.
JOLLKOTIONS PROM1TLY MA
TXOniNOR, oom, bank notes and V
WA Rtalea aaa-'t'na bought and aold.
loleriwl Allown. "o 'llinfi D)
TITTT.TiT.TTTM TX NDF.R"V
Corner Twelfth streot and Washingtorr
J. C. H U ELS
(Late of St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK H
1ILANK HOOIC8 of every description
with neatnehS and dispatch. All
ruling done at short notleo.
M7.ino8 and Periodicals bound noa
al ftin fnv.ui nnutillilo rates.
ounty work, such as ltocords, Dofl
Vee Hooks, Wanks, etc., made a (peel
Hoxck, Pockot Hooks, Knve lopeij
m Io to order tq
0. W. WHEELER,
"W OOD A1N 3D OO-
OFFICE AND 1'AIID: (
Tenth Stroet, between Washington
A largo supply of Pittsburg an,1
lummy coai cousiantiy on uwwi
cv.in,l ynvvml In nnlnr. Order! for CI I
wnml khnnlil lin left at tho 0IIIC8 on 'Jl
tsreet. Terms, cash on delivery