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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. tfbVEMBER 2. 4872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-IT:
rrcacning, oaunain at ivi a.m. nu i. v-'"
l'rnyer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
Sabbath HchooT, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansden, 8 u
porlntentlcnt. Rev. II. TtlAYKR, Pastor
IMWIIODLST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U
rreaciung, HaObatn at iu a.m., ana t p. m
l'rnyer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Habbath School. 8. p.m. I.. W. Stlllvf ell,
Kupcrlntendcnt. Rev. F. L. Thompson,
ICIIURCII OF TIIK UKOKEMKIl-(Kplico-
Morning prayers. Ssbbath 101 '"
Evening prayer. 71 p.m.
Hsbbath School, 0 a.m. .
Rev. E. Coan, Rector.
8T. PATRICK'S CIIURCH-Nuith 8L and
1'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 m.
Vestier, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, B a.m.
IlKV. 1'. J. O'llALLOItAN, Priest.
I GERMAN LUTHERAN CllURCII-13tli
utrcct between Washington Avenue ami
Prenclilng Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Babbath School at 2 o'clock p. m. H. O.
Kiev. Ilon'T. Helbm, Pastor.
IVOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second aionuay
each munUi at their room over Rockwell
A Co's book store, Commerrlal avenue.
Weekly l'rnyer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. w. bTILLWELL. rremieni.
'AH MISSIONARY RAPTIST
CiiiJRCH. Corner Syeamorc and Forty-
Hrst street, rrcacliiug sunaiu ai n
o'clock a. m. and JI o'clock p. m,
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church Is connected with the Indiana
Rkv. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
KRICAN METIIODIST.-Fourtcentu, be
ween Walnut and Cedar.
mice, Subbstb. 11 a.m.
bbatli School, 11 p.m.
,aM meet at 3 p.m.
rXOND FREE WILL RAPTIST Klf-
itentli Street., between waintu anu tcasx.
Sen Ices Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. in.
Rkv. N. Hicks, Pastor.
REE WILL RAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAI1HATH SCHOOL. Corner vtainm
and Cedar Streets.
Sulilmlli Krliool. 0 a.m.
l lRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Senices, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. & .1 p. m.
Rkv. Wm. Keixkv, Patir.
hltST MISSIONARY UAITIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Jtlnui ami icmu aw.
I'rpupblnir Sabbath. 104 a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting". 1 educsday evening.
PreHcbin, Friday cvculng.
Sabbath Schoel, U p.m. .lohn anllaxter
tud Mury Stephens. Superintendent.
REV. T. J. Shores, Pastor.
IeCOND BAPTIST CHURCH-Fourucnth
Street, between ceuar anu hbiuui. iuc
only Uaptist church recognised by tho As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, It a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
IvlRO COMMANDERY, No. 13.-SUleJ
I Assembly at the Asylum Jiasonic suu, urn
I .n.i klr.i .lnrrl,ri In each month.
lAIRO COUNCU., No.2L-Rcgular Convo-
I cation al aiasonic nan, iuo k-cuuu
l .... l tnnntli.
IaJRO C1HPTER No. 71.-Rcgtilar Con-
I vocation at Jlasonic iiau, on uie iuu
TiifajUr nt cverv month.
lAUtO LODGE, So. 337 F. A. M.-Regu-
Ilar Communications ai Masonic uiu, iuc
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ILEXANDEIt LODGE, 22-MceU In Odd
r.iiu.. llnll In Artur's buildlmr. eVWV
iThursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lleutenant-Oovernor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Rumnicl ;
Auditor of Stato C. E. I.ipplncott :
HUte Treaurer E. N. Hates ;
Siipt. Public Instruction-Newton Bateman
Ifienator I.ymon Trumbull and John A.
pfeprcwntatlvei for the State-at-I.arge 8.
I Representative Thirteenth District .John
uiiui.Mu ilPVPIIAI. ARSKMIII.Y.
Senator, Fint DUtrict T. A. K. Uolcomb,
rvHtnR ami a v r2iKun nf flnllntln.
RcDresentatlve. First Distrlct-II. Watson
Ituilire 1. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sheriff-A. II. Irvin.
IWm. Martin Assessor anu treasurer.
... .1 T IImu
Associates J. E. McCrite and 3. Marchll
in. Clerk .lacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Gosnnan.
iMirnr Inlin M. I.ansden.
I Treasurer J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller r.. a. iiumeii.
I Clerk Jiicuaci uowicy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
if Magistrates F. Bross and II. Sban-
Ch'ef of 1'ollce L. H. Myers.
IV HKI.KCT l'OUM.11..
Mayor lohn M. Lansdeu.
L'l Vrnr.ll. (1 KlOlllh.
I conil Wnril C. R. Woodward.
I Third Ward Juo. woou.
Fourth Ward-S. Stanta Taylor.
City-at-Large W. P. Halliday and D.
nOARP OF alpkrmen.
I Vint Wnnl .Inmns Uearden. A. B. Saf-
rd, Isaac Walder.' ,
u.;.n.i Wnnl It. II. rnmilnirlmm. E. Bu-
l.Q.SUnccl, James Swaync.
I TIIlru Vru win. ovniiwu, a, n, nuim.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Robinson, G. H.
Kllte, J. II. Jiiuicaii.
R. S. BR1GHAM. M. D..
lomconathlc Plivslciau and Surgeon. Of-
leu 130 Commercial nvenile. RcHldoneo on
l entil struct, three doom west of C. R.
DR. R. C. TAKER,
Will resumo tho iractic of his nrofcsslon
vlth esuecial relerenco to the clectrica
Ireatment ol diseases In all tho new nnd liu
IravedmcthoUs of annlicatiou.
in an cases oi temaie complaints a may
Vlll uo in aiiuiiuniii'u.
OOice, 128 Commercial avenuo, up stairs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH. M. D.
I E81DENUE No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
t, tv nan WsshiDsloo avenue and Walnut trt.
Bco 111 OommercUl avenue, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
L VDinir.NnKnnrnarNinth end Walnut ela.
IvOlbce coiner Sixth street r.nd Ohio levee.
Liroee hours rroni n a.m. to ij m hu v y.ui
II WARTINRK. M. D.
L nu.nwnp r..n.. Mln.l.-nlh utraat anil
j Washlnston avenue, near court house. Of.
Bn7 r.rnrStnr. Olfloe Hoursfrom
0 a.m. io vt m. ana - a um . m.
THE HORSE PLAGUE ABATING.
TRIAL OF MAYOR HALL.
THE JURY DISAGREE AND AUK
City Ml Balk sttMtaaj,
atpeoisl attention paid to orders Irora steam
New Yobk, Nov. 1. Although travel
U yet considerably obstructed, there is
marked improvement in hones. Tho
livery stables are greatly Improving
Tho malady Is said to be fully under con
trol, but there aro still cases of danger
tboy are only thoso however of horses that
have very recently been atteckod, and havo
not passed the climax of the disease.
Horses that have had perfect rest are first
to show symptons of improvement.
Many of tho truckmon's teams of busi
tie. i men aro out again, but it will proba
bly be so tn o days beforo car companies
will fully resume running. Elghty-nvo
dentin reported yesterday. Favorable
weather alio caused improvement in
horses io Brooklyn.
An Elmlra dispatch reports the arrest
of John It. Woodward, for attempt to
bribe electors. He gave bail in one thous
and dollars. Other arrests m expected.
Samuels is reported by examining phy
sician to have died from exhaustion, not
from ill treatment at Ward's Island In
sane astylum, as alleged.
THE HOUSE UlBEAtE.
New York, Nov. 1. The horse disease
is rapidly decreasing. The streets begin
to assumo their old appearanco. Car com
panies aro putting on luoro cars to-day.
Ninety horses died during the past twenty-four
hours. Doctors who examined
the bodies of some of tho dead horses re
port symptoms of pneumonia; alto signs
of typhoid fever on several of the smaller
hall's TBI al.
The jury in the Ilall trial disagreed and
were diicharged, Ono report says they
stood seven for conviction and five for ac
quittal. After the discharge of the jury
the court adjourned until .November 18tb,
when the prosecution will atk the trial of
Tweed. Mayor Hall remarked on leaving
the court that the result of his trial was
the greatest disappointment he had experi
enced in forty-six years.
Chief of Police McWilliams of Jersey
City, was this morning bailed for 21,00U.
Buiiness is comparatively at stand
still, consequent upon the prevalence of
the horse disease, 'lnirty-tnree horses
are reported dead.
The fit. James hotel at Rockaway, L.
I, was destroyed by Are this morning.
Marshal Shame has decided to appoint
additional special deputies fur service on
election day in those districts where
troublo is apprehended. Charles O'Conor,
William 31. ,vorts, Joshua U. VanCott.
John K. Parsons and others writo in a
card advising their follow-c Rlzens to vote
for tho amendment to the constitution ex
tending the term of office of commission
ers of uppeals for two years. Tho adop
tion ot the amendment they believe would
prevent ruinous delays of justice.
1TC AMSHIP M1BH0UBI DISASTER.
In the list of passengers lost by tho
steamship Missouri aro mentioned five
servants of Mr. Cleveland, the company
allowed thum to go under that designation
at half prico. One of them was Dr. Bab
cock of this city, another was Col. Cecil
Cleveland or liunalo. who served in war
under Gen. Banks, another was Joseph
Throckmorton, a clerk of Philadelphia,
and fifth was a woman named Mary Blank
of Oneida county, who was going to Nas
sau as a housekeeper.
John Kadley a drunken roueh kicked
Mn. McTierny this morning, in a grocery
on Cherry street causing her fatal injuries.
tier son in defending his mother fatally
slabbed Radley with a butcher knife.
iNinety-t wo aeaths from the horse dis
ease reported in this city this morning,
ana imriy-ono in urooiciyn. There is a
marked improvement in tho disease and it
is boliovcu that by Monday tho car will
bo running on all the lines:
THE SCOTT MONUMENT.
Tbo Scott monument will bo unveiled in
Central park to-morrow. Wm Cullen
Uryant and others will deliver addresses.
INJUNCTION APPLIED KUIl.
It is re nor ted tho Western tolezraoh
company havo applied for an injunction re
straining working of all opposition lines
in the united ataies, claiming that tbe
operation of such linos under tho prcsont
system is in violation ot i ago s patent im
provements which are claimed to bo in
cluded in Morse's system.
A speclul from Washington says acting
Secretary Richardson says to-day, that the
riso of four millions greenbacks reserve
wns caused culetly by tbo rapid redemption
of threo per cent, certificates during tho
last tbroo monins, ot wuicii mere nas been
called in about forty millions, leaving
only nbout fivo millions yet outstanding.
Jt is tno intoniion ot tno secretary to re
duce, within the next two weeks, tho cur
rency to tne lowest limit auiuomea uy
law, namely two hundred and fifty-six
millions, nnd this will, of course, necessi
tate the restriction ot four millions of
greenbacks issued last month to the re-
servo fund again,
AMERICA AND OKEAT IIBITAIN.
At k bHnnuet on board the pioneer
steamer Glamorgan, New South Wales
and Atlantic stOAtnship company, toasts
wero given to tho president of the United
States and queen of Great Britain, and
success to tho South Wales steamsnip
company. Litter responded to by
Archibald Baxtor, agent of tho line, who,
In his remarks, said the great advantage
was close connection with tho great rail
road on both sides. They now had on
board seal skins shipped from Alaska via
San Francisco, and they would deliver
them in London without a cent for cart
age. Archibald, British consul here, pro
posed "Tho' trade of Now York and her
commercial prosperity.'' Uo believed
this city was destined to become the com
mercial centre of tho world.
ARMS TOR CUBA.
Information received from Puerto Plato
announces that successful landing has been
made on the Cuban coast of a small
quantity of arms and a good supply of
powder and lead, TUo expedition sailed
irom that port.
FUNERAL Of MRS UllEELEV.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Greeley took nlaco
to day from Dr. Cbapin's church. The
plate on her coffiln bore tho Inscription,
"Mary Y. O. Greeley." Services were
read bv Dr. Chanin. who delivered a short
address on tho vlrtuos of deceased and hor
constancy uuder her suflorings. The re
mains wore takon to Greenwood cemetery
for Intorment. The chief mourners wero
Mr. Greeley nnd his two daughters. Tbe
funeral was very largely attended.
A mooting of merchants in favor of tbe
election of Hnvemoyer for Mayor, was
held to-day, corner of Wall and Broad
streets. Hpoecbes were made in advocacy
of Uavomeyer's claims by Hon, Wm
EvarU and others.
London, Nov. 1. W. K. Baxter, mem
ber of parlement for Montress, addressed
his constituents last night. Ho said tbe
result of tho Geneva arbitration was tho
grandest triumph of modern civilization.
The award was just and the decision cal
culated to make nations careful, while it
was eminently servicablo for protection to
English shipping commerce in time of
war. He praise! Disraeli for his forbear
ance and discretion during tbu arbitration.
Turin, Nov. 1. The river Po con
tinues to rl.e, inundation spreading, and
families flying. Thoso who cannot cs
capo are starving on houso tops and in
trees whero they hare taken refuge.
Stream filled with carcasses, cattle,
wrecks, houses and barns. Town of Keg
gio, fourteen miles from Modena, ha al
most entirely disappeared beneath tbu
NOT A PRESIDENT FOR Lift.
Paris, Nov. 1. The secretary general,
Bartholemy St. Allaire, in reply to num
erous correspondents, states that Thiers
uoes not desire to t made presidont lor
The German troops have evacuated Ep
ernay. THE JEWS IN CONFERENCE.
Brcssels, Nov. 1. A general confer
ence or Jews is in session in this city.
Delegates from Roumania haveIaid beforo
it tbe condition of their people in tbo
principalities. They propose to petition
Roumanian churches for full civil and polit
ical rights, and stato their intention of
emigrating en muse to America has been
Rome, Nov. 1. The pope has resolved
to defend tho cause of the church of
Geneva against the Swiss government
torbidding the exercise of ,bis episcopal
functions within the Swiss territory, by
the recently appointed Bishop Vermillod.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1. The plague
has broken out among race horses. A race
for $15,000 wns to have come off yester
day at Suffolk park, but the horses suffer
ing with the disease, the race was postponed.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1. Tho jury in
the case of James Kane for the murder of
J as. Dougherty, companion of Hugh Mara,
rendered verdict of guilty of manslaugh
ter. Samo verdict was renderod in case of
Uy Scbaefi'er charged with the murder of
Francis A. aieyers.
Philadelphia, November 1. The
evening 'Telegraph' estimates the number
of sick horses at 16,000, but not a single
fatal case has boon reported, is early all
the railroad companies havo withdrawn
their cars so as to avoid tho use of sick
horses. Many of those taken sick Wed
nesday are already recovering.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 1. Gov. Noyes
to-day issued his proclamation for the ob
servance of Thursday, November ViB, as
a day of thanksgiving and prayer.
Cincinnati, Nov. 1. Tho executive
committee ot tbe grand musical festival to
bo held here in the first week of next May,
to-duy issued a circular to cl.oril societies
of Amurica, inviting them, one And all to
tako part in it, It states the object of the
festival is to elovato and strengthen the
standard of choral and instrumental music
and secure harmony of action between va
rious musical organizations in tho coun
try, especially west. It sets forth that the
fact that Theodore Thomas has accepted
the office of musical director, assures tho
attainment of theio objects. It states
that tbe programme planned by Mr.
Thomas comprises gome of tho bost works
of Uando), Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner,
r-cbumann, and other master. It an
nounces that it will consist of six perform
ers, commencing Tuesday, May 6tb, end
ing Friday, May tub. That Sat
urday, May 10, will bo de
voted to a grand opon air con
concert, and on Thursday, May 0, there
will bo a contest for valuable prlzos
betwocn male choral societies. Dr. G O
Miller, official agent at Cincinnati, will
furnish details to all societies wishing to
110 118 K PLAQUE.
Thehorsn disease is still sproading, and
it is reoorted that at least twelve hundred
1 J.. JV 1 1 .
UO MP I aro airuauy nuuuiuu. uruut i-nru
is boing taken of sick horses, and as the
woathor is fair and tho experience of
Kastern stablemon in the treatment of tho
disooso Is all available, it is hoped that the
visitation may bo shorter here than it has
been in other places. Stroet car lines ap.
penr to bo but littlo affected. So far and
up to this morning, no cars have boen
withdrawn. One of tho Wabash avenue
stage lines has boen compelled to with
draw r large number of stages, and tho
West Madison street lino is also running
LOBS BY FIRE.
The aggregato loss by fire on the corner
of Lake and Clinton streets last night, is
stated at $30,000 dollars, divided among
six occupants, The building was damaged
to tbe amount of f 6,000.
metis' officers' trial.
Washington, Oct. 3. Tho attorney
general has directed the district attorney
at Providence to afford Rjl.- asslstanco" in
his power to facilitato tno triarortho cap
tain, two mates and first pilot of tbe
stoamor Meiis. ' '
C. Wine's, commissioner to Interna
tional prison congress, laid the preliminary
report beforo the president.' 'The second
annual meeting of tbo National prison as
soclatiori will.be hold at Baltimore about
tho middle of January. . ' '
Tho resignation of Solicitor General
Uristow has been accepted, to lake effect
next week. Collector Tom Murphy is
urging the appointment of Qeorge Bliss of
New York, to tlie-vacancy.
Tho first of the thrco .murderers, now
under sentence of death in the district jsil,
was hanged to-day. Nine aro under In-
dictmeat for murder in the criminal court,
and conviction is expected In every esse.
Tho rspid course of tho trial, and prompt
sentence, is reported to have had a very
markod effect upon the disorderly class In
Wabhinoton, Oct. 31. The war depart
ment received Information to-c.ay to tno
effect that the Brulo andSio'ax Indians
wore on tbo war path. Tbe information
was communicated by Gen. Smith, com
mandant at Ft. Laramio, who slates thrnt
the tribes had refused to go on their res
ser.vation, and whon requested to do so by
tbe Indian agent, had mado a move to
capture tho agency. Thesurplus of troop
at Ft. Lvramie have bean .forwarded to
meet the oxpected attack of tho- Brules,
and more are asked fur.
FRIENDLY RELATIONS TO UE CONTINUED.
Notwithstanding numerous outrage
along the Mexican border, there is every
reasou to bolUve that our'authorities do
not anticipate any interruption of friendly
relations at present oxisting between our
Vwn and tho Mexican government. It is
expected that within a short timo an un
derstanding will bo had, whereby both
governments will take steps to suppress
tbo disorders occurring on both ..side of
the Rio Grande, and punish severely kit
persons who refine to respect and obey the
Tbe president has authorised a positive'
donial that he ever sent a dispatch to Pres
ident Thiers, congratulating him on the
progress of republicanism in France, ,as
shown by tbe recent election for vacancies
in the French national assembly.
A colored man named John M. Worm
vel),succesfully passed tho competitive ex
amination to-day,and vai appointed a first
class clork in the, treasury department.
The Oregon legislature have quite re
cently, according to advices just received,
taken up tho question of approving the
Fourteenth tnd Fifteenth amendments to
the constitution in the bouse on the 11th in
stant. The special order proposed not only
their ratification, but also to rescind the
action of former legislatures hostilo there
to. Tho Democratic members, Uowevor,
refused to cut crow In that way, and the
special order was lost by n tie vete
eleven to cloven. Thoro Is little doubt,
however, of tho final ratification, leaving
off the rescinding clauses.
CURRENCY TO UE INCREASED.
.Attention has recently been called by
prominent treasury official to the fuct
that there is quite a legitimate method of
increasing the present volume of currency
without drawing on the forty-four mil
lions reserve. It is roughly estimated that
fourteen millions, probably twenty mil.
lions, might bo issuod if congress would
legislate on the subject, to replace tbo cur
rency, national and fractional greenbacks.
and compound interest notes, destroyed and
lost by flood, fire, wear and other acci
dents, or as in tho case of interest notes
never offered for redemption, until after
be legal period ha passed.
Information has been received by
tho department of state that
tho statement published in various nows
papers in this country in July lust, that
the Ger.nan government whs seeking to
prevent emigration to the United States.
and bad adopted stringent measures for
that purpose, is denied by that govern
ment, which disdains having itsued any
order interfering with or forbidding emi
gration ot its citizens to tins country.
OONE TO TOTE TOR GRANT.
Most of tho cabinet officers and heads
of the bureaus and executive depart
ments will go to their respective states to
voto for presidont. Secretary Belknap and
Secretary Delano left to-day. Secretary
Finh and Judgo Richardson, assistant sec
rotary of treasury, leave to-mornw
Postmaster general Gresswell will remain
in Washington, Secretary Robinson in
new Jersey, and Secrotary Boutwell in
Massachusetts, until after tho election.
Owing to the great distance, Attorney
Gen. Williams did not go to his homo in
Oregon to voto.
St. Louis, Nov. 1, Tho St, Louis na
tional stock yard, located at East St, Louis,.
comple.ed It organization yestoruBy oy
tho election of a board of directors a fol
lows! A. M. Allerton, of firm of Allor
ton. Dutcbor and Moore, New York ;
Azarlbt T. Boody, W and W railroad;
Augustus Scholl, L S and M 8 railroad;
John B Dutcher. N Y O and U K rail
road; U II Houston, P O' railroad; J. N.
McGulloch, P and F W railroad; Andrew
PJerce, A P rallroud ; T. C. Eastman, N
Y, J. B; Bowman, East Ht, Louis, and
Alex M. Whlto, T W and G W. railroad.
Capital stock of tho company is one mil
lion. Annual convocation ot
KNIOIITS OF PYTHIAS
will moot here on the 1 2th Inst. All r
vancremants for tho meeting. ball and
banquet and full dress parade have been
made by local commmoes.
Darikn, Conn., Nov. 1 The' wife of
Vincent Collyer was drowned yesterday
wane unving.over me stream crossing the
roaa io ino island whero they resided
She was returning alone after having ac
companiod her husband to the cars on his
way to visit the Kiowa Indian delegation.
Hartford. Nov. 1. Howard Browell.
private secretary of Admiral Farragut, at
Dauio in Mobile bay, died In Hartford
yesterday, aged 52.
Baltimore, Nor. 1. Tho horse disesso
prevails throughout tho city and vicinity.
Numbers ot car havo boen withdrawn
from various lines and comparatively few
hacks on stands. Business begins to suf
fer from want of conveyances for freight.
aiio aisoaao prevail in n miidisn lorm.
A candidate withdraws.
Memphis, Nov. 1. Col. Andrew J.
Kellar,lndcpendent candidate for congress
in this district, has withdrawn, leaving
the raco between Barbour Lewis, Repub
lican, and Landon C, Uaynes, Democratic
nominee, ine Joiinson men and Ueptib
licans have put a full legislature ticket in
the field. '
PlTTSUURO, Nov. 1 Wm Marshall.
Steamboat pilot, committed suicide at the
National hotel this evening by taking
laudanum. Deceased left a note addressed
to tho coroner stating be had takon poison.
New York, Nov. 1 : 12:40 p.m. Gold,
112, U.S. 6s 1881, 1HJ to 115; do do
coupons 1IC to 110; 5-20s 1802, 112
to 112; do 1864, 112; do 18G5, 112 to
112; do 1865 new issue, 1HJ to 1141; do
1867, 114 to 114; do 1868, coupons, 114
to 114 ; 10-40s, 108 ; do coupons, 108.
Currency Cs 113 to 113; sterling ex
change 8 to 10 ; Missouri Cs 02.
New York, Nov. 1. Flour in good de
mand and higher; wheat do
$1 51(3,1 69; red.H 63l 70; amber,
$1 701 77; corn quiet but firm, C6c;
oats quiet, 4249c; whisky, 0394c;
pork, 15c; lard quiet, 8fc; barley quiet
S 90f3l 00: Canada barlev. SI IStfll 18;
cotton easy, mldddling, lJ19Ic
New Orleans, Nov. 1. Flour dull,
good treble, $77 ; choico do, $7g12,
Corn dull. Mixed 08o; yellow and white.
70c. Hay dull at $2527 ; Oholce, $28.
Bran dull at $1 05. Pork scarco and ad
vanced. Mess, $18; bacon dull at 77.
rib, 11; sides, 12I2. Lard in fair
demand at 99c; kgs, He. Whisky
quiot and firm at 9493j. Cotton in
moderato demand at 19J; sterling, 2t)
:c; Sight, c discount.
Cincinnati, Nov. 1. Flour steady,
' 107 30; wheat quiot and steady;
red, $1 4S1 65; corn firm, old 41c; new
39c; oats quiet, 2733cj cotton dull,
middling 10c; whisky firm, 90c; mess
pork, nominal, S14 GO; bulk shoulder
steady, 6c; old sides scarce and firm;
clear rib, lojc; clear, llc; hogs stoady,
J4 204 30; rects, 2110;. lard firm,
steam, 7 Jc; kottlo 7J. River risen 6 feet
4 inches, 12 feet 7 inches in channel.
Detroit, Nov. 1. Wheat higher, extra
$1 74 ; No. 1 whito ,$1 60, No. 2 $1 44,
amber $1 45; receipts 10.600. Corn 45c,
Oats 27c for No. 1 mixed.
Cuicaoo, Nov. 1. Flour dull, nomin
ally unchanged. Wheat quiet, steady at
f 1 07 cash Nov., 1 07, Dec., $1 07
seller year; No. 1 scarco, $1 1G bid; No.
97c, rejected 83c. Corn easier and
active at 31 jc, cash 31 j Nov., 31c, Dec.
rejected 3030. Oats quiot and stoady
at 2121c, cash 21c Nov., 22c Dec.
Rye firmer and quiet ut $2 61. Barley
firmer and active at C363c. Provisions
inactive; old pork hold lCc; new 14o;
sollorDec. held 12, March 12. Lsrd
steady, saleable 7c, generally hold 7.
S. C. hams quiot nominally ll12o-
Green meats stoady.nominally unchanged'
Old dry altod nominal; shoulder 5;
Whiskey strong and scarco; salos 89.
Freights steady with fair inquiry.
St. Louis, Nov. 1. riour quiet.
Wheat unchanged. 2 spring, S1111; 3
fall, 62c. Corn quiet at 33c. Oats quiet
25c. Barley unchanged. Rye firmer,
fis65c. Whisky steady, B9c. Pork
quiot. 16c, to arrive. Bacon slow. Only
small order trade; dry salt quiet; packed
clear rib, 0g, seller to 10th Dec. Lard
dull; nothing doing.
Wabhinoton, Nov. 1. Debt of tho
United States reduced during tho past
month fivo millions,
St. Louis, Nov., 1. Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat, spring dull, No. 2
fl 11; law quiet anu uncnangeu; no. J
rod $1 001U3; $1 76 offered for No. 2.
Corn dull and drooping, No. 2 mixed 33c;
No. 2 white mixed 404lc. Oat steady,
No. 2 mixed 25o; No. 2 whito 2uj27c.
Barley unchanged, sample lots Iowa
spring sold at 6070c. Ryo firm. No. 2
6455c. Pork unchanged, dry salt shoul
dor 017o; clour rib 0o; cb-ar sido
10c; order lots of bacon quiet and easier
for buyors; shouldurs 0J7oj clear ribs
in... .1,1... 116(1 I J,. T.anl dull
and nothing of importance doing. High
wines stoady and firm at BUc.
Cattle nuiot, and fair to prime sHoi ou
choice and extra 50. Hogs aro in brisk
demand and firm at 3 764 25.
Chicago, Nov. l. Flour in good de
mand at lower rates ; good to choice ex
tra spring, $5 600. Wlioit dull, shade
lower; No. '.spring, $1 07; No. 1 scarce
and wanted, $1 17; No. 3, 97c. Corn ac
tive and advanced; No. 2. mixed, 31 o;
spot, 81 Jc, bid Not. Oats opened firm,
closed dull; No. 2, 20o; regular, 21c.
Fresh rye in fair demand advanced, No, 2
QUc. Barlov In good demand. No. 2 fall '
62if&04o, according to location. Provis
ions quiet and weak, prices nominally un-
MtaniTfut maaa nnrk. old. tlft snot and
Oct.; $12 60, Doc. Lard quiet, fljo; bulk
meat quiet, shoulders, io. Green mtats j
steady, hams 88; short ribs 36 days
In salt, 8c. Whisky steady, 89c.
New York, Nov. 1. Flour higher,
fair dornand ; superfine 'western $5 80-0-20;
common to good extra $0 807;
good to choice $7 057 76; white wheat
extra $7 7f)9; whisky firmer, light sup
ply 84c for wooden, 94J)94lo for Iron
bound. Wheat higher, good demand No.
3 Chicago spring $1 401 4tf; No.
2 Jl 51(3)1 64; northwestern $1 65.; red
winter WfStorn,$l C01 03; amber $1 75;
white $1 90. Ryo unchanged. Barley
heavy, western 70c8Sc. Corn higher,
more doing, steamer mixed C4c85c ; sail
C0c0oj yellow 66c. Oats dull and
heavy, old mixed 4748; now 42.
63c; black westorn 3843c; white 44
60c. Coffco quiet. Rio 14181c! Sugar
firm; Pork dull and unsettled; mess
$16 8016 86; prime mens f 16; beef and
cut meals unchanged. Lard weak, No 1
to prime rtcam 8Jf78j ; kettle 8.
New Yore, Nov 1. Money easier; 6
(,7 per cent; tmnks, trust companies, etc.,
disbursing freely on November coupons.
Kxchango firm, H; long 9J, short sight;
gold heavy nnd lower, opened l'Jj ; closed
11 12. Loan 1 1-10, loo flat for use,
and 2 4 for carrying; clearing 89 mil
lions; treasury disbursements 749,000;
governments opetieJ lower; closed quiet
and stoady ; state bonds unchanged and
New York, Nov. 1. 0 of 81, 16;
A.'JOsof 02, 11J; do 61, 113; do 06 123 ;
now 161 ! iln (1?. 143- .1., r.a ill. tn.Jiw
8 j currency 6s I3j; do now' 5s, o'; Mis-
Buun oa, j-i.
New Orleans. Nov. 1 Flour dull.
suporflno (5 25; double $0 50; treble
xi, Thf.i'KM i " . i.m w n rjm.in.
dull, lower mixed 67c; yellow 08c; white
70a : nla Hull aStl ,i..n .lll
cji iu a. mi : niv n . pnmra , nnrir
scarce, higher mess $19 ; bacon shout-
dar Hull 71r7In. MA. An. ill
!2c; hams scarco 1920c ; lsrd steady,
ivtiu. iH,tfwt n t j sugar unn, gooa
to fullv fair 01(7.01 mnUt...
good C306c, prime O772o; whisky
uiiajaac; coneo quiei lorajiiu jsteri-
lnr-245! .Hfhl i Hl..n. ..U loa.
easier sales, 3000 good and ordinary 18c
anu iow mmuiing ibjc, middling l'Jc,
middlings Orleans 191: recemts 6.253: ex
ports : Liverpool 3,515, continent coast
wise 3,332, stock 102,014, woek's sales,
2,300, receipts net 85,053, gross 16,111, ex
norts Great nrltan inrif.fl enntlnnnt 11.
414, coastwise 70,681.
untcAao, i,ov. 1. Cattlo receipts
3.206 : dull : nKrknrs bnimht T.m
23c; shipping grades arenearly nom
inal, but sold 5o Hogs 12,000; opened
steady ; good to choice $4 404 76 with
extra lot $4 85 closod week quiet, lending
lower; good many unsold.
New Orleans, Nov. 1. Arrived:
City of Quincy, Charles Bodmann, Susie
Silver, Mary Alice and barges, Henry
Ames and Indiana.
Pittsuuro, Nov. 1. River 0 feet 3
inches, and near a stand still. Weather
pleasant. Work progressing on Hudson,
five pumps were addod this morning, this
addition to tbe threo syphons will enable
them to raise her soon.
Memphis. Nov. 1. Clear and warm,
river declining. Arrived : Jennie How
ell, White river ; Thomas Allen, Jackson
port. Departed : Belle of Pike, City of
Chester, St. Louis ; Belle Vernon, Cairo ;
Nick Longwortb, Mohawk and barges,
Louisville, November 1. Rison ono
foot, four feet in canal, two feet in tbe
chute. Alternately clear and cloudy. Ar
rived and departed: Wild Buy and
Cincinnati, November 1, River four
teen feet, stationary, Andes arrived from
Evansville, 1. Cloudy and cool, mer
cury 39 to 58, rivor risen one incb, Port
list. Down : Ella Hughes, 10 p.m., B. H.
Hurt. 2. Up: F P Gracey, 8 a.m., Fay
ette, 9, Mountain Oak, 12, Peytona and
barges, 2 p,m. John Lumsden, 4. Business
New Orleans, Novembor 1. Arrived .
Charles Bodmann, Susio Silver, City of
Quincy, Mary Alice and barges, St. Louis.
Departed: Glencoe, St, Louis; La Belle,
Vicksuuro, November 1. Down:
UK Lee. Up: Ouachita Belle Clear
and cool. River falling!
Pittsuuro, Nov. 1. River has fallen
one Inch since one o'clock and is falling
this evening with six feet two inches In
tbo channel. Weather pleasant. Car do
Brooks arrived from Wheeling also Granite
State from Portsmouth, and departed.
The R. R. Hudson was raised this even
ing, Tho Exchange will load for St.
Louis and tho Arlington for New Orleans,
im miui ik
Eighth Street, Between Wabiiinotor
and Commercial Avenues,
AdJolnlBK lU'tcutioaaa and llassssy.
Keep the best or Reel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
I,nm, Sausage, etc., nil are prepared lo rre
altisros Id Hie mint acceptable manner.
JAMES KYiN ASTON,
Butcher anu Dealer in all Kinds oi
Corner Ninktentu and Poplar 8ts.,
Buys and slaughters only the best ealtlo
hoL'a and sheen, und is nrcnured to fill anv
demand for fresh moats from one pound to
ten uiousanu pounds.
RTLLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHH SJAVTM. rfprtw.
lot Commercial Avsane, CAIRO, ILUMUU
jUsl brand of Oallfo aOiswsu leeetlvJ.
BILLIARD saloon furnished with tbe Lest
of table t and bar supplied wtUi WUiss, liquor
sod cigar of then it brands,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IN Hllaa Mm i
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NO CHANGE OF OA1S
FROM CAIRO Vo
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
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, 0H AlKO TO
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Mendota, Dlion, reert,
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