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THE OAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1878.
Ul Pprol the City ami Cntintjr.
JOHN II. OHKItl.Y. Kdltnr and l'uMWInu
TEUMH OK TUB DA1IA l'tll.LKTlN :
One wtk, by carrtor 9 "'
One year by carrier, in advanco 10 00
One year by currier tt not piM In
advance .2 00
One month, by mall W
I'hree month) 3 W
Uix month" n
One year 10 00
Tsniis or vritxr hcllktin.
Invariably In Advance.
Brail Idk mutter on every vngn.
Francis Ouizot, tho French statostnnn
and historian, Is eighty yoari of ago. Ho
ii writing a history of Spain to bo com
ploted In ten volumes. Fivo aro finished,
and bo has no doubt of his ability to llvo
until be has completed tho wholo work.
Sam. Howles, editor ef tho Springfield
(Mass.) liepubli'can nowspapor refuses to
becomo a candidato for innyor of Spring
field. Jlo would rather bo mayor of Hint
city than hold any ofllco in tbo gift of lili
fellow-citltons; bo conildcrs tho invits
tlon to bo a candidato a groat complimont,
but ho rise ubovo the temptation. Ho
refuses to bo mayor.
A telf.orau informs tbo public that
toveral deaths from (mall-pox havo re
cently occurred atCarlinvllle, that "some
'twelve or flftoon cases nro now
'down and tho diseaso reportod on
'tho increase" Tbo disease will cotno
wandering down through Cairo in a few
weeks, if but what's tho uso of talk,?
Our folks don't care. SmalWpox can't
frighten thorn; and tho council hat u
weakness for it.
Says tho 'Sun,' Cairo and Alcxandor
county havo pro.yeethtly lost largtly in
tbo proposod Issue of $0,000,000 of stock,
"Prospoctivo loss," is good. A loss to bo
lost is a loss wo nro at a lots to compre
hend. Tbo 'Sun' intondod to say that
$5,000,000 of stock were too much to pay
for the road. So much stock for so small
h road will ronder tho county's and city's
portion of that stock of liltlo value. Vi'o
don't know this, and tbo 'Sun' don't. 'o
boliovo tbis stock will bo valuable Hut
tho city and county whon they eubscrllol
didn't caro whether thoy got any stock for
tho bonds they voted. Thoy wero willing
to irr $100,000 bonds each for the rail
road. Thoy did givo abaolutoly gavo
away 535,000 oach to tho Cairo and Yin
cennci road, and tho 'Sun' has no word of
Our pooplo, says tho 'Sun,' loso bocauso
the Cairo and 8t. Louis railroad was not
commenced at this end. This is beg
ging tho question. "Wo asked the 'Sun' to
point to ono cent tho ;f nfr of tho city or
county had lost, and tho 'Sun' replies In
cOoct : Cunningham has lost, unci Par
sons, Davis & Co.'haro lost, bociuso tho
i old was cot built from Cairo to Murpliyi
boro boforo it was finished from St. Louis
to Murphysboro." Vory true ; and tho
road thould havo been commenced at this
ond ; but no contractor could bo found
who would consent to build tbis end
of tho road tlrst. Tho company was
charterod eovon or eight years ago, find
Cunningham lost many a dimo bocauio
the road was not completed sovon years
ago; llallldav Bros, aro losing many
dollars becauso tho Cnlro nnd Tcnnosseo
Kivor road is not finiehoJ, ami wo havo
ell lost money becauso tho fifty roads
wbich will center boro in n fow years
wore not complotcd a century ago. To
say that Cairo and Aloxnndor county
bavo lost money becauso tho building of
tho road was not commenced at this end
and because it was not completed three
months or six yoari ago is almost as funny
an assertion as to say, a tho 'Sun' doot,
that they havo "lost money pros
pectively" bocauso It has boon pro
posed to hsuo $6,000,000 of stock.
'Tiijc pcoplo havo lost by tho
promise of a narrow guago road instead of
a broad guage road," says tho 'Sun.' In
our opinion tho promise of a broad guae
would b about as valueless as tbo
promiso of a narrow gutgo. Hut the 'Sun'
means that a broad guage road Is more do
slrablo than a narrow guage road, and that,
whon tho pooplo subscribed, they bollovt-d
they would got a broad guago road. Thfy
did so beliovo,but they subscribsi in aid of
a road not of a broad or of a narrow
guage road ; and whon Col. Taylor, and
Moisrs. "V. J. Allon, and D. Hurd ascer
tained that a broad guago coulJ not bo re
cured, thoy agrood to lake a narrow guago,
and the city und county consenod to tho
chango. Did the county lose a cor.t by rea
son of thocbango? Uow much 1 If any
thing, the difference between the value of
the narrow gauge und a broad gauge in
the transaction of tbo business of tho city
and couity. If tho narrow gauge will
do tho business of tho city and county its
wU at a broad gauge it will be of as nmtU
value to the people. Tbis is a question
that cannot bo decided until tho road has
been tried. We don't want tho 'Sun' to
tell us what It thinks tho oily and county
will lose, but what it knows thoy havo
A LOUD CALL.
There is a well-founded rumor in tho
city that llev.U. 11. Thayer, of tho First
Presbyterian church, bat received n very
pressing invitation to visit an important
church in one of our western c!tio, and
preach with a vlow of becoming it)
pastor. Tho salary offered him is 2,000,
to bo Increased to $3,000 aftor tbo Crst
year. In addition to what had boen pre
viously received, a telegram reached Mr.
Thayer at lato ai 1 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon in rogard to tho matter, and ask
ing an immediato response. Last evening
Mr. Tuayor Lad not telefraphod his rc-
"W ra euro Mr. Tbayor'i congregation,
and ih citUeui who know bita well,
would regret his deporturo from Cairo.
Socially ho Is popular, and his church
mombori, who havo llitenod to lilm Sun
day after Sunday, all say ho Is tho best
proachor and pastor tho Presbyterians
have had in this city. Ho Is llko good
liquor j.l' improves with ago. Tho more
our pooplo soo of him tho nioro thoy like
him. Individually, TllK Hui.l.KTlN don't
want him to go nway, nnd hopes ho will
not pay anyattontion to tho Invitation ho
ha to go oil' on a trial preaching visit.
TUKNK1) UP AGAIN.
Wo had mournod him for lost both to
grnco and to tho world. Tho rumor of
his defection of bin turning back from
following after tho blesiod Nazirono
had fttllon upon our car, nnd tho fonr that
ho had winged his cplritual flight to Den
ton's heaven liJ lakon poisosslon of our
mind Vi'o were led by this rumor Into
tho belief that wo should nevor In this
world grcot him again unless bo should
spiritually moot us upon tho strcot and
spiritually lako our good rlgit hand in
his good right hand, at l)enton'g
deal ff lends do his, anil ty to us,
"Oborly give mo a pencil and papor ; 1
wish to writo a lino or two for Tub Bil
LXTIN." "Wo wero also led Into tho bollof
that wo should not moot him on tho shin"
Ing shore. Wo wero plunged into tho
bollof that ho had dolorminod to not en
joy In tho other world thu orthodox
paradise, nnd wo will havo no other. Ilttt
our foars havo all boon d'mipated. A
postal card did tho work. It informed
us that ho w as at Mllford In this ttato, and
that ho would bo in Cairo on Friday night
noxt, 28th inst., preparod to lec
turo on " Tho Maiden nnd
hor lovor on tho bad: of tho Hippo
gnir," and that if Friday night should bo
a pecuniary success, he would consont to
locturo on Saturday night, about : "Tho
Grangor's truo policy on tho railroad ques
tion." Ho ! smart, and who don't vmwt
to hear him? livoryboly will turnout,
cf co'rso. 'oud wo say that "ho" is D. H
Turnoy? No, wo nood not; wo will not.
SEXLESS HUMAN 11E1NGS.
Sclcnco is becoming impudent. Having
thrown down and destroyod the popular
understanding of tho Mosaic account of
tho croatloc nnd tho Grand-father Adam
tradition ; having displayod to human in
vostlgation tho mysteries of the earth, uir
nnd skioi ; having given to tho world util
ized steam nnd electricity, Sciunco is now
seeking now worlds to conquer. It- is
ubout to mako electricity tho servant of
man, his laborer ni well ns his errand boy,
and it is contemplating giving to tho earth
a soxless ordor of human beings.' A sciont
ill writing to tho Now York 'Graphic'
says tbcro is nn ovident deslro in tho pub
lic mind to get rid of tho obligations nnd
duties imposed by thu division of mankind
into mon and women only.
"Thoro are," says this scientist, "scores
of women who strongly dlillV:o the fact of
tholr sex, and would gladly belong, were
it possible, to n soxless order of beings.
Now. why should not scionco abolish sox
at will I Wo aro already nblo to produce
roses of any color wo choose, to chango
tho llavor nnd shnpo of strawberries, nnd
to control to somo extent stock-raising, so
as to produco buch animals as wo may de
sire Cnn wo not devolop a third sex
among tho human bolngs, which, boing
frcod from tbo trammel which tox Im
poses upon us, snail bo nblo
to do tbo labor that tho world
needs, prccisoly as tho sexless drones do
tbo labor of thohivo? I am engaged In
tudying and experimenting in connec
tion with tho subject, not without hopes
of success. 1 n m suro of tho co-operation of
tho strong-mlndod womon who nro at
onco ashamed and angry bocauso thoy aro
womon, and who would gladly become ep
icono woro it possible. Of courso a sufli
cient numbor of men and womon would
bo desirable in ordor to perpetuate tho
race, but 1 inn porsuadod that If a sexless
ordor of human boings could bo producod
tho world would havo nn army of workers
such as it has never known." Wo wish
this philanthropist success in hit great un
dertaking. If ho should In his experi
ments deilro n specimen of tho peculiar
boing ho Is desirous of creating, ho can
find u perfect ono In this city, Tho editor
of tho 'Sun' it not a woman, and thoso
who know him best do not for a momont
suspect him of being a tr.un. Uo is there
fore tho sexless being tho scientist is
searching for, and might bo used us tbo
seed of tho new race,
LITEKA ItY. THIS -M AG AZlN ES
A second profusely illustrated nrticlo
on Louisiana opuns 'ScrlbncrV for Do
comber. Mr. King's first nrticlo on tbis
subjoct cruatod nn interest which tho
present paper cannot fail to deepen. In
tho iamo number is u popular science pit-
por on "Saviigo Man," with very striking
illustrations ; un interesting sketch, with
portrait of i'roctor, tho celebrated young
English astrouomor now in this country.
by John Frazor; Froudo's second paper
on an "English Abboy," in which tho
Wat Tyler insurrection is touched upon;
a timely und alio discussion, by Prof. At'
water of Prlncoton, of tho "Spocio Pay
ment" question; "Black Hock," a story;
a poem by Bret Harte, entitled "Luku"
(in tho Colorado park 1873); nn oxpla
nation of "Carlltm in Spain," by J. W,
Preston; and continuations of MisiTraf
ton's story, "Kathrrluo Eurlo," and Mrs
lUvls's "Earthen Pitchers."
Dr. Holland, In Topics of tho Time,
OhcuiEcs "Somo Iteligious Nowspaport,'
"Prevision for Wives nnd Children,'
"Tho American Gentleman of Leisure,1
and "How Much bat been Gained'' toward
Chridtlac Union. In ''Tho Commonplace,'
'Tho Invisible Hinge, ' and "Something
Bettor than Truth." In Homo and Socio.
ty, Culture and Progress, Nnturo and
Science, nnd Etchings n groat many sub'
jocti are briefly t routed.
Tho January numbor of fc'crlbner's will
have features of special Intorest.
The 'Galaxy' for Docomlor, which con
ciudos tho slxteonth volumo of tho intra
line, contain! a very interesting tablo of
contobti, among tbo most noticeable of
which, wo may mention tho oponlng ar- I
tlcli', " The Vullira 0.r," by Justin Mc
Carthy, which glVes a graphlo do'criptlon
of tho CV.arovllch, nnd compares tho lend-
ijg spirit of tho lait century In Prussia
Petor tho Great, Kliabcth nnd Catha
rine, with tho enlightened sovereign of
tho preont gigantic umpire; " What Be
'camoof Louis X VII 7" a curious bit of
history, roviowlng tho casos of tho auvon
aspirants to royalty who havo claimed to
bo tbo son of Louis XVJ. of Franco, sup
posed to havo boon smuggled out of pris
on in childhood ; " Sttgo Othollos Sal
vnnl," an nrticlo upon tlin Othollos
of tho stago comparing tho
acting of tho great Itnllon tragodlan Sal
Vint, with that of Booth, Maerlady, For
roit, Davenport, nnd othor actors cole
brntod In that charactor ; "A Fow Words
about somo Hocont Events," by Klclmrd
B. Kimball, Is nn interesting nnd woll
tlmod monoy article. Tho departments of
Literature nnd Science aro up to tho usual
high standard of tho mngar-lno, nnd tbo
only fault wo can find with tho numbor is
tho nbsenco of thu usual dopnrtmont of
Humor, which Is not utonod for by tho ad
dition of tho Indox to volumo XVI., and a
scoro of jokes Intortporscd among tho fas
Tkk Ddconibcr numbor of 'Demorest's
Monthly Magazino' is sparkling with hol
iday material, holiday fashions, holiday
stories, household mattors for tho holi
days, holiday pooms, etc., ttc. But tho
most nltractivo of its holiday features Is
tho mnrvulous oiler of tho largo and truly
beautiful oil chromo, "Tho Old Onken
Bucket," to each subscriber us a holiday
present. " Tho Old Okon Ducket ' it li
x 20 inches in size, retailed at $15, nnd
tho best and most popular chromo over
publiihod and yet li presented freo to each
yoarly subscriber for 1871. This
throws nil other promiume in tho shado,
What next? Address IV. Jennings Djm-
orost, 833 Broadway, Now York.
'Demorest's Young America' for Do
combor is full of Christmas novelties, with
othor entortaining features for tbo juvo
nlle. Some rnro attractions nro promised
for tho Now Year, among which is a beau
tiful chromo and a series of graphic car
toons illustrating tho ovils of intemper
ance, with sketches by Dr. Doemv Young
America is to bo o lie red at (1 bcrcnftcri
with a beautiful oil chromo to each sub
scriber us a premium. Address, W. Jen
nings Domorcst, 838 Broadway, N. Y.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
TllK IjATEST CONCERNING OUK l.N-
Tl.UNATIONAL I'UOU MM
(JAVT. FUN'S APPEAL FOK THE
CltElV OF THi: VIKtilMUS.
nvi:i:i .sentenckd to tttelvj:
HA PI I)
HAUiioits to in: PLACED ON WAK
UEPOHT 1'KOM THE POIiKEItS.
I1AKIIOIIS TO UK PUT IN OUUP.U.
WAMiiNoroy, Novumborlii. Tho chief
tlio of onginour corps has ordorod olllcers
in uhari20 ol Harbors to put them in con
dition for defense, nnd torpedoch with thu
necessary electric cable instruments, tack-
lo, etc., to bo planted along tho coast. The
navy department has been informed by
tlio commandant ot riew l.nmlon station
that on tbo night of tho 'JOth inst,, two
men representing llicmtolvcii to lio naval
engineers tried to furcu their way on
board tlio Dictator and whon resisted by
tlio watchman, tired nt him mid then
mado their escape.
Uiilslantiing legnt tenders, 7301,772 231.
Tho report that a teiond nttompt had
been mado on tho llfu of Gen. Sickles
cannot be true, as thu department of stato
havo no iniormation on tho subject, nor
hao any dispatches boon receivod up to a
lato hour this afternoon, from either Mad
rid or Cuba.
havo besn quietly going on under tho di
rection ot tno secrutary ot war, placing
our vessels in condition to supply thu
wants of thu army in tho field, In ease of
war, und looking to tho condition and
armament of our fortll'.cations for thu suc
cessful dufenso of our harbors against hos
tile attack by iron cludt. Tho ordinandi
department of tho nrmy Is nt this momont
for a Plato of war, and it ready lo supply
an army with ontlro equipment of war
material, inciuuing uio most approval
breech loading armos and field
and slego batteries of artillory with nvary
kind ot ammunition. Tim telegraph has
boon vicorously used, limine forward
every preparation to thu extent of tho ord
nanco appropriation. Tho onlnanco ofll
cors are fully nlivo to tho gravity of tho
occation nnd nocPrtity. Ablo prepara
tions nru boing mado to meet nil demands,
should war result from our prtnont com
plication, 1' rom I no nature or the casn
tho navy bad to taku active inititatlvo
Tho war department fully nlivo lo tlio
crisis in quiet preparingt for tho coming
ARSIONEn to nuTV.
A number of officers wore to-day ncslgnol
to vcsiois now uuing out ur sua.
Tho Mourn tug llescuo left Washington
this cvonlng with ono hundred barrels of
powder. Tho tteamer
has had hor topodo spar talon out and
will bo launched Monday,
TllK Ml AUMK1T.
Extra forcn is engaged unit extra tlmo
It mado on tho Shaumott. Work of re
ceiving it rn'hor eluw, but It is probable
nil the men nooded will bo speedily ob
tained. J1KAR ADMIIIAL JOS, SMITH,
foundor .of tho monitor Flutlll In tho
tho lato robellion, it lying very ill at hit
From New York.
New Yokk, Novombor 22, E. L.
CrocesU'i Spaniiborgan ia tbis city eon-
(kins n variety of froth correspondence
from Cuba. From this it appears that
tho tlxtoeti mou ciipturod un thu Virgin
ius, who claimed to bo British subjects
and who sought protection of thu British
vico consul, which Barrill refused to ne
knowloJgo, wuiu not neglected by tho
British authorities nt Kingston, Jatuuca.
Aftor tho vicu consul found his ctl'orts
woro in vnln, thu llrltlsli comumiidar took
thu matter In hand und lulogrnphcd to
tbo governor ot Santiago Do Cuba in thu
following words ;
"in tlio interest ot llio liicnuiy rela
tions eiislliiL' between our respective co-
ornnients, 1 beg you to delay In tho exe
cution of thu alleged English subject-,
captured on tho Virginiiif, until thu cap
tain uf tlio llrltlsli Ingnlu Mono can com
municate Willi you. Tho NIobo leaves
to-day for Santingo.'1
To this request llurrlll roplled, by telo
graph : "I do not pusses thu authority to
Bccodo to tho petition you send. Thu law
must be fulfilled." Tho men who claimud
to bo llriliih subjects, wero executed
without allowing any tlnio for Investiga
tion ns to tho truth or falsity of their
claim. Cipt Fry's appeal to tho Spanish
authorities it published in it. Ho asks
nothing fur himsolf, but all for tho cruw,
many of whom, ho says, weroontlroly Ig
norant of tho dcstlnatiuH of tlio Virgin
ia whon tho left Kingston, and for sev
eral equally innocent passungors ho pload
strongly. Capt. Fry closes his lettor at
Tbo contul knows well that I urn not
pleading for my llfu. I have not prayed
to God tor It -.not oven thu Blessed Mottior.
I havo neither houso nor country ; u vic
tim of war and persecutions. Tho way
of prosperity boing cloed for mo to such
a point that 1 havo not been nblo to pro
vide bread lor my wife nnd seven chil
dren who know what it is to tufler fur
necessaries of life, my lifu is ono of suf
fering, and 1 look upon what has hap
pened to mo ns a benetit of God, and it in
net for mu to thoreforo aik favors of uny
A Utter from Sunor .Mfaro
to Gonoral Burriet oU'erlng to
dosort tho Cuban causo ai d to divulge
secrets conlldcd to him it bis life Is spare I,
is also published. In this oll'-ir A I fur o is
joined by seven othor Cubans. Strangers
visiting tho navy yards uro not allowed on
board tlio Spanish ship Arrnpillus.
Nearly thrco thousand men nro working
in tho yard now nnd the number is boing
Frank L. Taintor, tho alleged default
ing collier of tlio defunct Atlantic bnuk,
has been lomnnded for sentunco. A mo
tion for n now trial has boon denied.
Androw I.. Koburts and Jtobort Olca-
son alleged bond forgers, liuvo had flfteon
additional indictments found ngniost them
Wm. Torbe, of Philadelphia, has tiled
nn involuntary petition In bankruptcy in
this district, against Jay Cooke & Co.,
bating tbo petition upon tlio non-payment
by tho company of a cortillcsto of deposit.
TUB TWKKI) CASK.
Tho court of oyer and terminer is
densely packed this morning, owing to
the interest taken in tho Tweed caiu.
Thu consul for tho prosocution nnd defense
are nil present. Twoed cntored tho room
followed by two deputy slicntfe who havo
boon his custodians sinco his conviction.
John GrAham begun tho argument, hold
ing that tho act of tho legislature taking
tho powor of audit from tbo board of
supervisors, nnd creating n loard of audit
of which Tweed was a member, was un
constitutional, henco hit) client was not
liublo tor nets committed under unconsti
tutional act. All tho points raised by
Mr. U rah tun woro overruled by Uin court,
and Judgo Davis then sontenced Twofd to
twelvo years in tlio penitentiary, and to
pay lino of 12,750.
Anothor keeper of tho Tombs has boon
arretted on a charge of willfully al
lowing Slinrkoy, convicted of murdor, to
Tho City of Limerick arrivod to-duy
biiot ms uncmc-
Goorgo Boyco, nged 13, has boon nr
rostod on chargo of fatally shooting hit
un:!o, John Hutton. Tho boy entered his
unclu'a etoro and romnrkinc, nppnroutly
in jest, ' now I'll tiix you,1' drow a ro
volvor and fired.
Cincinnati, November 21!. Tho fol
lowing preamble and resolutions weru
passed and unanimously adopted by tho
Board ol Trudu to-day.
Wiikukah, Tho barbarous treatment of
parson lately captured oil' tbo const of
Cuba by thu Spaniards, huvlng caused a
wido spread feeling of indignation
throughout tho United Stato", calling for
someuction on tho'p.irt of tho govornmont.
Hoping tho prlnciplos ol arbitration un
der which our nation nettled all dilllciiltios
with Kngland, may bo safuly invoked
Iteiolved, That we recommend the na
tional authorities to rely upon peacoablu
arbitration for tlio settlement of tho diffi
culties, and that while wu denounce thu
atrocities of tho locul authorities of Cuba,
wo sympathise with their Republican form
of govornmont in Spain.
POIIK I'ACKKUV AMOCIATIUN.
Chicago, Novombor lil!. From statls"
tics gathered by B. F. Howard of this lityi
socrutary of tho national pork packer
association, it appenrt that thu number of
bogs packod up to this dato, this teaton in
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Mil
waukee, Indianapolis, Peoria and Dei
inoinos, Iowa, is C80,C(i7 or 183,314 moro
than nt tho tamo period last year. Chica
go' shows un oxcost of lBii.lC'J. Cincin
nati it estimated nv liO.OOO, Mihvnukco
8,500, Indinapolit E.1,402, St. Louis, a fall
ing oil' of 11,110, Louisville 1!9,032, Peoria
0,000. Beceljs from a dozen smallor
packing point In Iowa and Indiana, nil
show un increaso in tho number packed
at tbo tamo tlmo last yoar.
From Salt Luke.
SYMPATHY I'Olt CUIIA IN UTAft.
Halt Lakk, Novombor 1!2. But ono
sentiment provullt with regard to the
Virginii.8 uttrocity : Amplu ropnrntion
or war. Thu meeting last night concluded
with u resolution that whon tho adminis
tration finds it nccotsary to declare war to
vindicate tlio nation's honor, tho people,
of Utah without distinction uf party will
rally to its support. Public feeling hat
boon high, to.day, to nvongo the insult to
our flag and freo Cuba.
From Albany, Y.
CALL VOil HELP.
Aliiany, Novombor '21, Dispatches
from dill'ercnt points on tbo CHnul state
that boats aro all tho movo wu t of Scho
noctady. Holp is called for and tho pre;
onco of thoso intorostod in boats ahd prop
erty. It is decldod that with holp all
boats oust of Utlca can bo got to tide
From Portland, Mo.
A $75,000 bUIT,
Totlanp, Npvember 22, Prosecution
hat boon commenced against Charles A.
lioardman ot Calais, on charges of having
smuggled a largo quantity ot capo wool
Into Calais. Thu wool was originally im
ported into Boston, whord it was with
drawn for exportation to Now llrunswlck,
and thenco smuggled into Calais. Tho
amount tuol for it laid lo bo $75,000.
MoNTHitAt., November M. Hvoral
lli'ftiihonmis canal nronollnrs and a largo
number of bnmes will winter In Sachlno
canal nnd their cargns will bo sent to this
city by sleight,
From Si'hciict'lnily, N. Y.
Sc'liKKKUTADV. Novumbor T2 Ico
breakers havo arrived and boats nro mov
ing through two dockt wost of hero, Thu
prospect is that boats on this section will
will get through.
Dovnt. Novomber 2iJ. Tho funoral of
John P. Haln took placo to ilny. Tho
ttoros wero till closed ami bolls woro
Mii.waukkr, Novomber 22. Tho Tug
Anthony exploded her boiler to-day in
Milwnukoo river. Peter Snydur, thu on-
glnoor was fatally scalded. No ouu elsu
Memphis, Novumbor 22. Tbo Desoto
bank announces that it will resume busi
ness In lull on Monday.
IT IS THOUGHT
that tho first national bank will soon do
From Nnv Cant If, Del.
Nkw Castlk, Novomber 21!. Three
white and thrco colurod men wore
whipped hero yoftorday. Tho former re
ceived twenty lashes each, and tho latter
ton each. A fol,entli man got ono hour
In n pillory und forty lashes, lllood was
drawn from two of tho white men.
Coi.i.i.vnwooii, Novombor 22 Tho
steamur Cumberland on her l.tst trip for
tills saon, has arrived from Luku supe
rlor, and tho
CITY OIC LONDON
from Chicago is expected hourly on hor
W AsittsoTON, Novouibor 22. Proba
bllltiiis For tbo Northwest and Upper
Lakos thenco southward to Kuntuky, Mis
souri aim Kunsaa, lulling liarometer with
northeaster! v winds und warm, cloud v
weather, rnin nnd snow.
For Gulf states, northcastorly winds
rising tomportituru nnd cloudy wonthor
For South Atlantic states, northeasterly
and southeasterly wludi witli cloudy
For Lower Lakes and Middle stntei,
winds vooring to northoastorly with ris
ing tumporaturo and increasing clnudi
noss. For Now Kngland states, wind voering
to northcastorly with partly cloudy,
IIIn nutl rail or tbo UIVi:itH
For 21 hours ending 3 p.m., Nov. 22, 1S73
stations. water. Blue. Fall.
.letfertoti City .
.St. Paul ,
Yankton. .. .
Surface of water below ticncii mnrn.
Observer Slg. acr. U. a. A
Nk.W Out.KANS, November 22, No ar
rivals or departures. Woathor rainy.
Mrmphih, November 1!2. Wealhor
warm nnd raiii'd steady all dav. Do
parted: Kiln, Whlto river; Ben "Frank
lin, Cincinnati; City of Helena, St. Louis.
Cincinnati, Novomber 22. Bivor sta
tionary. Departed: Arlington. Mem
phis; Shannon and John .Means und bargos
Nabiivii.I.k, Novombor 22. Hivor fal
len 14 inches; C foot on shoals. Arrivod:
Tyrone, Cairo, Boon ruining all day,
cloudy and damp.
KvANbViLLE, Xovhmbor 22. Weather
cloudy nnd raining lightly. Bivcr risen
0 inches. Up: Quickstop, II S Turner,
Goo BobarlH, Charmer, Itovor. Down:
Haven, Mary Anient, Gray Kgal, Nick
Lonwortli, all with good trips.
LouiRVii.i.K, Novomber 22. Hivor fall
ing slowly with 0 foot in the canal and !
foot in thu pass down thu Indian chute.
Wuathcr cloudy and warm with rain.
Arrivod : Gon. Lyttle, Cincinnati; Dove,
Madison; Blno AVing, Kentucky river,
Morning Slur, Henderson. Departed :
Gen, Lytllo, Cincinnati; Dove, Madison;
Bluo Wing. Kentucky rivor; Morning
St. Louis, Novomber 12, No nrrlvals.
Dopartcd i Paulino Carroll, Nw Or
leans; Julia, Vlcksburk; Clinton, Quincy;
St. Joo, Memphis, ltlvor falling slowly.
Steady rain all evening. Tim i'ormatlo'n
of a now steamboat lino to Now Orleans
is In progress boro nnd nearly completed.
It will ombraco most of thu largo steam
ers which havo bnrotoforo boon and uro
now in tho Now Orleant trade.
Nrw York, Novembor 22. Flour,
opedod llrm, closed dull, supor 5 5050;
common to good 0 250 00; good to
choice 0 707 40! whitu wheat extra, 7
Whlskoy lower, 93J94o.
Wheat lest active and lower, No 3,
spring, 1 40; No 2 Chisago 1 4U1 44 ;
wlntor red western I 55; No 2 nortLwett
orn 1 45; No 2 Iowa 1 43l 44.
Corn, lets active, scarcnlo so firm, prime
wosterd nilxod, storo cy0flj((i)70e; wott
orn yollow 7172,
NkwOklkans, November 22 Corn
Oats dull and oatior, 57c.
Bran quiet 00c.
Bacon firm. OMT.ToTBe.
llama sugar cured 10c; othor unchanged.
Gold tljlu; clearing 1; tight li.
Oats, hoavv nnd athado nallnr. wrslnrn
mixed, 05c; whlto wostorn fo57c.
MkMPIIIM. Novomber 22 Klnur dull
Corn moal firmer 2 10.
Corn scarce and firm.
Oats scarco and firm 62c.
Hay dull but unchanged.
Provpsinns, no stock.
Ciiicaoo, November '22. Flour fair do-
mnnd and firm.
Whoat fair domanaml Arm. No 1 inrinc
?1 10; No V! 1 GGrTftl BO cash: SI 024
toiler Decern bor and No3$l(fAl ol.
uorn steady, mixed 4040Jc; I01IOJ
Oati unchanged No 2 3'Je cash; 32e
ltyo steady, No 2 C5.
Barley dull, slmdu lower. No '2 fall
l'roviiirms quiet, a tliado lower, moss
pork No 1! 12jo January.
Lard fair demand at lower rates, No 7
12lcICo. , ,
.Meats steady, shouldort loose nt 12 to
'JO days in salt 4c.
Whlskoy fair domand.
4 I.MMINSII).N Mi:i('llANT.
MlLLKR A l'AHKHK,
DKAlsKKS IN FLOUR, (JOHN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGKNT3 rou FAIBBANK'H SCALES
Ohio Levao. (JAIIK). ILLINOIS.
W. Stratum. T. lflrd
STilATTON c niKI),
Aeents American Powder Company
No. .i Ohio Levee,
VK T K K U U II L,
FL OUR MERCK ANT
,.,. ho oiiio i.i:vr.t:.
vjntf. OAIBO. IIJ.INOIS
UUFI'ICY, IIAmilSON & CO.,
(Succcstort to D. Hurd A Son.)
ri.O!B,jtAl.N AMI HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovoo, CAI HO, ILLS.
K. J. AYKltS,
AYHRS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEUOIIANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvxr, Uaiho, Ilijv.
LOUIS 11. MYKHS,
FoUWAUDTNO AND COMMISSION
And Dealer in
HAY' OATS, COItX, FLOUK
AND COl'XTItV I'ltHlllIC'i:
Store Boom In Dr. Wardncr'n now brick
111 t'omiitei tiiil Avenue,
tjT" Liberal advaiicee made on consign
JlLltrenec: City National Hank. IW1 If
WOOD J3J 3D COAL
Tenth Street, between Washington and
A largo supply or I'lttaburg and Big
lliiddv coal conntuiitlv on hand. Slow
,vood awcd to order. Orders fur eeal or
wood should bo left ut the olllen on Tenth
turret. I erui, cash on delivery.
R. P. PAUKEK,
(SiiecrsNor to Barker A lllake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
Anil tbo celebrated illumlnatln
.IIHMrt'UJII.MNO 00 B ilTUMr. COM
It. J. CUNMFF,
No. 17 Kiuutii Sr.,
(1. 1). WILLIAMSON,
And Dcalor In
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIHO, ILLS
ISTKpeclal attention given to eontfeu
menu uu uums oruert. ii-Jti
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limb, Chubnt, I'labtir, Haib, Xto.
Nn Obi ftvesi.
iTfTl will toll In car load lota at m inula
lnrer' prlcn. adillm; frnlitht. 4-2-tl
J. M. FUILLIPH,
Forwarding and CoromiBBion
propired lo forwird all kinds of freight!
io mi poinu.
N. It. Tlilstlewoid. 1'. J.Tblttcwood.
TIIISTLKWOOI) & CO.,
Commissi ov M b r chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 73 OHIO I.UVUfc.',
It. A. ThoniD L. D, 'I'lioiin
TIIOMS Ai HKOTIIKK,
Hticcctoin to 11. M.llulon,
AND DKALBIta IN
tHilit aitil t'mnrf Urncfirlr,
Foreign and Domettle
134 Coniinerclal Avenue,
OAlllO. - - ILLINOIS.
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. Coimuorclal Av. ud 14th Ht.
Also, kp fonlotljr on btad rant oam
put .took of
OOTOB AVD iBien WIIISKIM
Port, Madorla, Sherry and OkUwbt, "Wine
(Succettor to James Kynuton,)
UOTCniB AMD DKALim IN ALL KlKDS OF
Cormbb Nnnrrnmi ako Poplab 8t.,
Buvi and tlauihtera onlv the hett eattle.
hogf and theep, and li prepared to nil any
jemaou tor irtmnmeau rrora one pounu io
Kn tbouiand pouinlt.
TIVT,ANTj a AITKU
AND DBALBBI IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th otroet and Commercial avenu
noxt door to the llyland taloon.
11-16 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
ZimiTH Stubbt, Ubtwbbn Wabhixoto
lujuiniBB Bi-MnaiiaM ana utnaj
ni-vu .lit. iw.i ur . run. nuiujn r
H-...W, " , ' " " f - - -"
uiiienu id iria mon aJCi)iftDi manner.
JAM KS KYN ASTON,
and dialkb in
nijjj iiimij ur rivcjoti mjnai
ITI I.'TVTAC! IW 1MII.1QI1 1ID1IT
loL'tf and Slieen. ami la iirnliared to till
inrymr M Fi.fi, t.n.'u rrn m nn. wn un in
8AMUEL P. WI1EKLEK,
aTTnilNlfV S, PllITNQli'I ni. 4T I.
tiinrn nvnr r nm nniinnii nini. oi
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LA
inlm II Bkf iiiinit willant I' Hill
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LA
elal and Washington avenuet.
GREEN & OILBEHT,
OOUNSBLOBS AT LAW,
William U.OrMB. 1
UI.II.Am H 111 I h. .1 .1 I I III I I I I 1
miioe r. uuaan, J
MrSpaetal attaatlOB glftn f A'tstraltr
cw xoi owo urn aooict
orn iiAnojijU. tuif