guff o : fc iBlWilt
ten tif . ' ' '
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
fKESHYTEIUAN "KGcIIth Street.
Preaching, Hahbath nt 101 a.m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 p. m.
Hahbath School, 3 p.m. . I. M. Lansden, 8u
perlntcndent. Bitv. II. Tiiaykr, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8t
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
lnr meetlnir. Wednesday. 74 D.m.
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a. p.m. ii. v. ouuweii,
CHURCH OK THK UKl)KKJlKll-(Kplco
1UV. K. L. Thommow,
Mortilna- nraven. Sabbath 104 a.m.
r.vemng prayers, ijp-ui.
Hahbath School, 0 a.m.
Kev. E. Coan, Hector.
8T. PATItlCK'S CHUKCII-Nlntli St. and
I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vopcrs, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Sen Ice every day, 8 a.m.
Hkv. P. .1. o'Halloiuk, Priest.
ST. JOSEl'H'S CHUItCII. (Genuaii,) cor-
ner of Walnut and Crow streets.
Mam, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vf spcrs, 2 p. m. , ...
Mess) durtarwerk days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Rr.v. C. Hoffman, Priest.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CIIUIlCH-13tli
trcet between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. ....
Preaching Sunday mnrninp at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at i o'clock p. lu. 11. 0.
Rev. Kon'T. llELIUO, Pastor.
fOUNG MEN'S CHK1STIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting serond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
t Co'm book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, "J p.m. at
the room. , ,
I.. W, Stillwell. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore anil Forty
nrst Htrcets. Treadling Sabbath at 11
o'clock a.m. Mul. 'I o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church I connected with the Indian
Association. . .
lti:v. Solomon Leonard, Tailor.
FH1CAN MCTHODI8T. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
ervlctf. Sabbath, II a.m.
Miath School, 1 p.m.
,iu meeU at .'I p.m.
jCCOSI) FHEE WILL BAPTIST Flf
tsetith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1) and .'I p. m.
ItKV. N. RlCKrt, I'artor.
r'HEK WILL HAl'TIST HOME MISSION
SA1II1ATII SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cellar Street.
Sabbath School. a.m. .
FIRST FKEE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry's RarracW 4
Services, Sabbath 11 o.m.. .1 p.m. & .4 p. m.
Hkv. Wm. Keli.ky. Pastor.
FIUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUUCH.
-Cednr. between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a.m. and 74 p.m.
1'rayer meeting, edneday evening.
1'rcachlnir, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m. John N anllaxtcr
.md Mary Stephens SupcrintcndentH.
REV. T. J. SIIOKEH, 1'aktor.
HKCO.ND HAITIST CHURCH-Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut, the
only HaptUt church recognbed by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .1 p.m. and . p.m.
Itrv. Jacoii Huadlky. Elder.
AIRO COMMANDERY, No. U.-Stated
Awemblv at the Asylum Masonic Hall, flmt
and third Saturday in each month.
0AIRO COUNCIL. No.24.-Regularnyo-.
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71.-ReguUr Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month.
CAIRO LODGE, No. 237 F.& A. M.-ReU-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second ami fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER I.ODC.E, '.it-Meet In Odd-
Fellows' Hall, In Arter's building, every
Thunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovcmor John M. l'almrr ;
l.leutcnant-Oovenior John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Imund Hummel ;
Auditor or State-C. E. Llpplncott :
State Treaurer E. N. Hate;
tfupt. Public Intructlim-NcvMon ltateman
CoNtf RESSMEN. .
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
eprewntatlvea for the State-at-Largc S.
Rcpreiientatlvo Thirteenth DMrirt .lohn
MEM11EH3 GENERAL ASSEMIILY.
Senator, Flret District T. A. E. Holcomb,
r Union, and S. K. Ulloxm, of Oallatln.
Renreiientatlve, Fittt Dlntrict II. Wation
Judge D. J. llakcr, of Alexander.
Prooecutlng Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Shcrltr A. H. In In.
Wm. Martin A"heor and Treasurer.
Judge F. llro."
Asoclatc J. E. McCrite and S. Marclill
don. Clerk Jacob (i. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Cowman.
MayorJohn M. Landen.
Treasurer J. H. TTlor.
Comptroller E. A. flurnctt.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Mamhai Andrew Lain.
Attorney I1. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Ilrost aud li. Shan-
Chief or Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Landen.
First Ward P. O. Schllh.
Second Ward C. H. AVoodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaatH Taylor.
Cltv-at-Largc W. 1'. Hafllday and D.
no.uti) or AI.DEUMKS.
First Ward -Jumea Itcardcn, A. 11. Saf
lord, haac Walder.
Second Ward H. II. Cunningham, E. Ru
der, Q. Stancel, Jamca Swayue.
Third Ward-Win. Stratton, J. 11. Fhlllls.
Fourth Wanl Jno. II. Hoblnion, O. II.
Seaie. J. II. Mctcalf.
HEAI. EMTATK AOEKC1.
THE EPIDEMIC ABATING
AMONG THE HORSES
HUT HRBAKINO OUT AMONG THE
JIMMY O'lSKIEN'S WARD
MEHS AT WORK.
'COWAN TO HE
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bkcohd vloox) ouio lktii,
Buy and Sxll Rial Ebtatr,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Anil ppr rnTTnem f KlnHr!
r, Dl BBXrOHB, . . . - rrprlt"-
Cor. Ouio Livkb & Skoomp St.
, KjTBmc coTy4 to Md ftou
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUEb NOVEMBER 5. 1872.
' BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Special DUpatch to thu llullctln.
HECRKTART COWAN VRflRI) TO AL'CEIT.
New York, Nov 4. A Wmhington
special aaya the office of Indian commit.,
ioner It 10 itrongly urged upon Atrittant
Secretary Cowan by the president, Sec'y
Delano, Hoard of Pcaco coroinlsiloneri,
Young Men't ChrUtian aitociation and
Mothodiit conferences, that It l thought
tbu gentleman will feel bound to with
draw h refuial and accept the offlce.
Oon. Sherman will aubmlt no extended
report of the army tbli year. During
the year to come, he may bave an oppor
tunity to apply oroe Ideu picked up in
obiervatiosi of foroign eatabliihrnenti.
WEW YOHK l-OLITICa.
The uiual buitlo and excitement attend
ing great political battle wai prevalent
to-day. Candidates for offlce were indui
triouily working for penonal fricndi, pol
iticians giving imtructlon to follower,
and pamphlet (citing forth claim of
nominee were (ottered broadcast
throughout the city.
Jat. O'Brien ha an entbudaatio troupe
in every ward, and IdoIi confident of bi
election to the mayoralty, and hopes for
20,000 majority. .Many of bis adherents
claim be lias been promised a large lie
publican vote. Large sums of money are
reported to have been distributed in his
name among laboring men in the up-town
wards. Enibusiajm for O'Brien on the
emt sido has occasioned the report that a
preconcerted attack will be rnadu upon
liavemeyer's boxes to-morrow. The ru
mor spread to-day that Uaverneyer had
withdrawn, and was the theme of univer
sal remark, but proved entirely unfounded.
Tammany ball wat crowded with politi
cians who exhibited much enthusiasm for
Lawrence. Its challenger bave been
instructed to keep close watch on tbe
rank of O'Brien, as it is said fraud will
be attempted in bi interest on 'a large
Betting on O'Brien a a favorite, with
Uaverneyer close on his beels and Law.
rence far behind, the presidential question
teem to excito little interest, but tbe strug
gle for guvcrnor promise to be bitter, a
certain follower of Appolo Hall who
have re-nominated Tammany are unwil
ling to vote for Dix. Humor say Keennn
tickets will be run out of all the Appollo
Hall boxes to-morrow, betting, however,
is nearly two to one on Dix. Marshal
Sharpe ha instructed cbiet deputies to
inquire calmly into all cast of nrrett,
and if trivial to allow tbo pritioner to de
part on personal application, if they think
the priioner shoild be held ho shall be
tent wl th witnenes to the nearett United
Produce exchange will be cloned to
WOOIIIIUI.L ami clavlin'h cask.
Bench warrants were served on tbe fe
male defendants and bail fixed at the sum
of 18000 each, In default or which both were
remanded to Ludlow street jail to await
New York, Nov. 4. Judge Thompion
in the Brookly city court to-day denied
tbo application of Hubbard and llondrick
son for an order to compel registrars to reg
liter their name. Uendrickson it a clerk in
the treasury department at Washington,
who came home to vote. ,
Reported Especially lor the Cairo Bulletin.)
WOOUHDLL AMI CLAFLIK INDICTED.
New York, iHov. 4. The United
Statot grand jury indicted Woodhull and
Claflln to-day, thus precluding a hearing
beforo the United Statu commissioner.
C1IAROED WITH COMPLICITY.
Stephen Pearl Andrew has been also ar
rested on the charge of complicity with
New York, Nov. 4. Francis P. Byrno
brought suit against tho New York Cen
tral underground railroad company to
compel tbo performance.of a contract
with blm. Byrno alleges'tbat the com
pany inado an agreement to .build tho
road for 314,000,000, but that he should
bur tho right of way for eight and a half
millions stock. Defendants demurred
that there was no cause for action, and
Judgo Barrett gave judgment In their
favor, holding among other reasons, that a
breach of contract whs not itiUlciently al
leged to warrant a decree for damagos.
8VIT AOAIN8T BKROII.
Several stage companies have brought
suit to restrain Bcrgh, of the cruelly to
animals society, from stopping their
horses and arresting drivers. Argument
adjourned to Wednesday,' Increased
number of horses on the street to-day,
also an increased number of car are run
ning on different railroad routes. The
diieaio is rapidly abating, but it will bo
some time yet, from the present condition
of hortoi, betoro tho dlsoase entirely dis
appear n om tne city.
HUMANITY IN DAMOKR 01' TUB HOHUE
A physician of Jersey City has four pa
tlenta under his charge who have been
taken down within tbe past two day with
complaint timllar to tho epidemic now
prevailing among horse. The doctor
tates that about thirty year ago an epi
demio broke out lmilartotbe present one,
and wai followed, by a, like epidemic
among the human species,
BociiKiiR, Nw York, Nov. 4. Tho
horioepidemlo has o tar abated that one
would not upect It being here at all.
Many horse recovered, and more aro
coovaUtcant canal norm re jrora tbu
other, and a few boat art detained.
TI1EYC STILL SKMAIN
y RANGE VILE.
THE r if AIR CLAIRVOYANTS PRE.
NO BAIL BOND FOHTII COMING
GIRL VOURTEKN YEARS OLD
OUTRAGED BY HER GREAT
Special DUpatch to tho Bulletin.
WOODIICLL STILL IX JAIL.
New York, Nov. 4. Mesdames Wood
bull and Claflln cotlue In the Ludlow
street jail. The flrst-clas cells for pay
prisoners a'ro all occupied, and the two
notorious women are together in a scantily
furnished coll on thu second floor. No
one has como forward to ball them out,
except Georgo Francis Train, whose offer
was refuted by the prisoners.
They look upon themselves as predes
tinated martyrs, Mrs. Woodhull in par
licular, claiming that the bat known from
the first that she must suffer for her con.
science's sake, Cballit, whom they tlan
dored, i fully determined to punish them.
Ho ha letter from Clstlln atking for two
hundred dollar, and says that seven
month ago the repeatedly demanded
money, and tent him a proof or the articlo
which tho threatened tn publish unlet' he
pnid for its suppression. Ho refused and
tbo now publithet tbe article.
OTHER ATT EMIT AT BLACKMAIL.
It it underttood that teveral prominent
financiers among them Henry Clewt, Ku
fu Uatch and Jay Gould will testify to
similar attempt at blackmail by these
women. They obtained considerable
money from Vanderbullt some time ago,
but ho finally refused to give more and
they havo since tried to raite from
other parties. Tho publication of tbe
Beccher slander has caused great Indigna
tion against tbem.
Both women say they are bankrupt and
complain that lawyer refuse to dift-nd
tbem without exhorbltant fees, which they
cannot pay. They will be defended by
Contellor Howe, the well-known Tombs
lawyer, generally engaged by thieves
murderers and the lowest classes of rat
call. Tho articlo on Beecber wat shown
several day before it publication, 'to a
wealthy member of Plymouth churcb,
who was tojd that it would be worth $2,000
not to publish i(. He declined to notice it,
and laid the matter before Beecher, who
approved of his action, and said tbe story
was too ridiculous to receive any atten
tion. THEIR PUBLICATION.
Notwithstanding the seizure of tbe
papcrt yetterday, newt stands appear well
supplied; but they chargo from fifty cents
to threo dollars a copy.
Mr. lieecher preached to an immense
congregation in Plymouth church to-day,
selectinglhis text from second Pblllippiant,
thirteenth verse. It wa a brilliant ex
hortation to religious duty, containing
no shade whatever of personal applica
tion. Member of Plymouth churcb tay
neither pattor hor congregation will tako
any notice whatever of the Woodhull
OUTHAOED AND MVRDEKKD.
Concord, N. II., Nov. 4. An Inquest
it being held on the body ot Gcoriaun
Lovering, tho voung girl 14 years of age,
who it teems bad been enticed into tlie
wo d. ravithed and then murdered by
F. B. Evans, her great unrle, who it sixty
years old. Evant it In cutlody.
Cincinnati, Nov. 4. A Chroniclo
special tnyt that on Friday night a band
of armed men wont to the houto of Samuel
Hawkim, a negro in Hickman precinct,
Favetto county, Ky., took him, hi wife
and daughter away in tho diroction of
Licking river, and'lt it thought drowned
thorn, No caute known for the outrage.
FRIENDLY FEELING BETWEEN
PRUSSIA AND GERMANY.
PAYMENT OF THE FRENCH WAR
INUNDATION OF THE PO CONTINUES.
twoen tho two countrio l1l endure for
O0LDEN WKDDINO ROYALTY,
Dbesdxn, Nov. 4. TIV olden wedding
of the king and queen of txony was cele
brated here to-day with apndid ceremo
nies. The occasion wai tnlo remarkable
by tbo presence of the eiioror, empress
and crown princo of Gerany who then
Kave proof ol complete reiiratlon of good
feeling between the Gernn and Saxon
courts. Among tho ti(k gucits wore
also four dukes of Stxoy arch duke
Charle Louis of Austin ad two grand
duke of Mecklenborg coun of Flanderr.
MadrI Nov. 4.JI Altai Carl lit ap.
pcared ott.the frontier Her tho town of
Hgurea. They Hopped tree diligence,
turned patsengeri out ail robbed and
tripped tbem. Two emons were
wounded, an Engllth patsagcr and a pos
tilion. Prime minuter tiffhtlv III. in
congress lo-day Deputy MUsonalro com-
piainea or ue manner in hieh Spanish
coast guarojwere treated at Gibraltar
whenin pewtrkneo of itnugglers. Thev
croued into-Je territory and denounced
Insolence of t0 occupiers of tbe Spanish
THE IfeltSE PLAGUE.
ABOUT EIGI? HUNDRED ARE
BAGGAGE WAONS PROPELLED
BY MAN POVXR IN CHICAGO.
IN WASHINGTN NO CARS ARE
THE PLAGUE PPEARINO
London, Nov. .4. DUpatchcs from
Vienna, Fragile and Berlin, notu tho ap
pearanca of cholera at all thoio plnces.
Turin, Nov. 4. Inundation along tho
bank of the Po continue. Mantua,
which was threatened, ha to far escaped.
TUB VRENCII DEUT.
Paris. Nov. 4. Franco will pay to
Germany this week two hundrod millions
of fraucn, and will continue to make aim
liar iiiitallmont until tho una ot tno year,
so that on tho Hist of January only two
milliards of war-Indemnity will remain
unpaid. Tho report which first appeared
in ganlo i that the German nmbassador
bad demanded of Thiors disavowal of
Gen.'.Ducrota order of day, I pronounced
OKKMANY AMD KUI8IA.
Ur.uLiN, Nov, 4 Tbe excitement over
tho dofaat of the country reform bill ha
mbslded. Tbo bl.ll will again bo intro
duced ou tho refopenjng of tbe diet Tbe
emperor of Russia has 'written an auto,
graph letter to prince Charles, brother of
the omperor of Gormany, on the occasion
of the anniversary of hi appointment to
the honorary colonelcy of a Russian regi
ment. Tbe cxar call to mind the
arlorioui deed of the allied nrrale of
Prussia and Russia when fighting
Reported Especially r the Cairo Bulletin.
Baltimore, Nov. i-Tbe horte ditease
ha probably reached; worst stage. Of
eight hundred bortcswned by city pas
scnger railroad comply, all are sick ex
cept eloven. No cat wero seen to-day,
and the probability is at all will bo with
drawn for teveral dayOnly several fatal
cates a'e reported.
New York, Nov. 2,A cold rain pro
vailed to-day and nesv all the horses
were kept in stables tofive tbem shelter
and rett. The ditease,owever, teemt to
bu a but Inc. Vcrv few in were running.
and on Brooklyn lines lero wat an en
Chicago, Nov. 4. Sircely a borte it
teen on the streets ad ay, though tho
weather it clear and Iradiful. The mayor
has called n special tm;tlnir ( tho citv
council for lo-morroi nfcht, with a view
of autljorizinc slreetcarcomDanies to use
dummy engines wiuin tie city limits.
The Adams express vmpiny state that
their horses have soar i-caped. Thore
will be good many-wmvn-uie to-mor
row, some have ready bem put into
ervlce. Bacgngo wagons p-opelled by
man power are to b seen on tie streets.
Washington. Njv. 3- A neiority of
tbe horses hero a now mffrlng from
borto disease- Yutsrday it midu its ap
pearance in railrad stables in lull force,
and in a few houn number or lorses wero
relieved from work. To-day rone of the
cars are running, owners arc giving all
their horses tho btnetltof rest
PiTTiUURO, Not. 4. Tho h-rio plague
H spreading rapidly through tie city, in n
mild form, however, u no futil cases have
yet been reported
Norfolk, Vir, No1 4 Tin horio dis
osio has ditabled neidy nil ,1m laboring
horses here, and manr in tho turrounding
country. Tho streetcars Iibio stopped.
Albany, Now YaK, Nor. 4. Thero is
as yet no ubatemcntot the horse direato
PuiLADKLriiiA, Jov. 4. Thehorse dis
eao prevails here t an alarming extent.
The Second, Third 'ifth, Sixth and Union
street lines cars ar not running to-day.
Cars on tho Chettut and Walnut lines
are drawn by mo to-night, pa'sciiger
having to pay tlioon cent. Business
interest is sufforinpconsiderahly, freights
are accumulating oithe wharves, and can
not bn delivered, to dravmen charging
from fifteen to twnty dollars a team per
day. Numbers of. 'tal cases among the
horses are ocrurrin.
Chicaoo, Nov. 4 Cold driaxllng rain
storm from tho eas this p. m. continued
ever sinco.noproipct ofabstinp.no deaths
among horsns affected with the
prevailing dlsteiper reported t-day,
Tho disease .ppeared In Elgin,
and probably oxtends through
out the countryi Largo number of ox
teams appeared n the streets to-day, and
many more aron their way here from
the Interior, vhoiesalo houses anil ox
pros companie delivered largo quantities
to-day by thnt ubstltuto for horses.
Cleveland, Nov. 4. No abatement
In tbe bono dVcaso In thii city. Many
hones which ero flmt affected aro now
at work. A Irge number or deaths aro
reported to-dy, and the ttreet car are
not yet runung. There are 4,000 tick
hortos In thedty.
Piuladblpiia. Nov. 3. Tho bono dit-
eate is increalne under tbe influence of
unfavorable veather. and an effort was
mado to-day tc run dummiet on the city
tracks, but It vas untticceurui. Tho en
due aro contantly jumping tho track,
Few or no car vere running to-day.
HniTON. Nov 3. llorto cars wore
withdrawn to-dv as protection to horse
acainst tho cold Bin now prevailing. The
few back neededfor hotel euetts were tho
only carriages soei. The disease appear
tn bo slowly but surely passing away
Dispatches from Xaine ropretent the dli
eatn spreadimr thrmchimt tbe stato.
London, Nov. 3. Tbe hone ditcate
has appeared in several place in Devon
shiro.it is etpeciallr tovere in Ltverston
ARRIVAL OF JEN. BURNSIDE
holy caute, and' hope this frUudsbip
CUAN U SUN.
THE CAMPAIGN OVER IN
THE ELECTION IN LOUISIANA.
VICTORY CLAIMED BY BOTH PAR-TIES.
RETURNS SLOW COMING IN.
Reported Expeclally for the Cairo Bulletin.
TUB CLOHINO SCKNE.
St. Josei'ii, Mo., Nov. 4. Both parties
closed the campaign hero to-night with
Immense outdoor mat meetings on Mnr
ket square. Judg Parker, ,Ieff Sbandler
ahd.JIon.C.sB. Wilkinson addressed tho
Ropubllcani, and Judge Woodson Gun.
Craig and other local orator ipoke for the
Democrati. Each party tried to outdo
the other in cheering, but thero was no
New Orleans, Nov. 4. Tho elecflon
throughout tho stato passed off quietly.
No official it-turns received. Tho Repub
licans claim that they aro 303 uhoad in
registration, and claim that they havo
carried the stato by that much. The Demo
cratic state central eommltteo, claim the
ttate by 205. The city by ten to twelve
thousand. Gov. Warmoth thinks tho
state has gone for Greeley and Brown by
15,000 majority, and claims three, and
probably four, congressmen. It will prob
ably be teveral day before enough is pos
itively known to show tho tesult.
Littlk Rock, Nov. 4. Several1- largo
political meetings to-night. Both parties
claim tho ttate by a largo majority. It is
stated that doublo polls will be set up in
various counties. Interne interest is man
ifested in the result.
' also to oblige Union Pacific to romply
j with said provisions. The attorneys for
both companies nro here conducting the
' cae, Union Pacific pleiding this court nas
. no Juriillctiop without their.voluntary ap.
' ' MINUTER MORI.
Wkw Haven, Nov. 4. -Mori, Japa
note minister, has been tpending several
day hero examining the Connecticut
school aystcm. Friday ovenlng the club,
company, president and professors of Yale,
with other proniluents, held a special
meeting discussing with Mori his plans tor
tbe progress of Japan. He is very hope
ful for tbo future of his country, and hopes
to devote his llfo to the promotion of edu
cation. All present were interested In hi
liberal and patriotic viowt.
COAL MINERS ON A STRIKE,
CINCINNATI, Nov. . Private advice
from Pnmeroy, Ohio, stato that coal
miners have struck for an increase of
withes from three and a half cents to four
Cents pur bushel, and that ialarled em
ployes have dnhianded n corresponding ad
vaiico of pay.
UTES CALL UPON
Special Dbpatch to the Cairo Uulletiu.
Wasiiinoton, Nov. 4. Tbo Ute dele
gation called upon the president this a.m.,
to tay gnod-by and express cntiro sat
iifaction with tbe arrangement for tbo
maintenance of friendly relations with the
white in tbe future, by virtue of which
tho present reservation of 'seven hundred
and fifty thousand acre to bo thrown
open to all tbe Utes of Utah and Colorado,
somo thirteen thousand in number, and
stocked so as to give them n start In civ
WRATH E PROBABILITIES. 0
Washington, D C. Nov. 4.r-Probabill.
tie. In tbe Northwest and thence over
upper lake and Michigan brisk north
easterly to southwesterly winds, with
threatening wcatucr una rain exienaing
with southeasterly winds to lennessee ana
the lower Mississippi valley. In tho Gulf
states brisk soulbeasterly winds
with threatening weather and rain.
For Soutli Atlantic states in
creasing cloudiuess anu occa
sional rair.i, with pottibly brisk northeast,
erly winds on tho lower lakes. Easterly
to southeasterly winds will prevail in
New England, and in the Middle state
light northeasterly winds und partially
cloudy weather. Warning signals are or
do red Tor New Orleans, .Mobile. Dunietth,
Milwaukee, Chicago and Grand Haven.
IRcported Especlnllyfor the Cairo Bulletin
General Burnsldeirrlved front Europe
CHAN A SUN.
HrmrairiELD. -Man -Nov. 3. Chan La
Sun, Chlneio imperial commissioner of
education, tugatuo wnu uib witv. v.y
Joined the South Uoi(Mgi.Mft1ckurtb'efi
CALLING OF THE FLOOR
, BAPTIST CHURCH. .
-pedal Dispatch to the Cairo Bulletin 1)
Toronto. Nov. 4. The Halifax
tloamer Hope, owned by Adam McKay,
wat burned to tno waier eugo wniie ly-
ni: at ner wnarr at miii sjave, nans.
mouth, yesterday. The amount of lost is
Rociietir. Nov. 4. Three menwere
tiflocated in a now mineral well opened at
St. 1avi. Nov. 4 Gottfried Glbhart.
n boy wbo was bitten In tho band seven
week ago by a dog.. died last night. of by.
drophobla after suffering intentely thiee
davs. inis IS IIIO seconu ueam vy ujuro.
phobia that has occurred within n week.
A VLOOR OtVKS WAY.
Chicaoo. Nov. 4 At Evanston yestor.
day, while the rlto of baptism was boing
admintsiereu in mo uapvisi l-mi run, in
tho presonco of a largo congregation, part
of tno floor gave way, precipitating u part
or tbo assembly a lltianco oi lourieon leei,
to the ground. Singularly only, four or
flvo persons aro reported inlurod, ono ro-
eolvlnu a severe Internal Injury. A
d ... . , i i .
yotlliK man hod Dl looi cnmieu, aim twu
or three others less sorimwy mju.
Cumberland, Md., Nov. 4. On Fri
day night two freight trains collided on
tno liuniingion nroaa xoi ranruau. vim
ductor Bowser and-three other wero in-
ttantly killed, and another person mortal
ly Injured. '
MORI, JAPANESE MINISTER
COtVL MINERS, ON A STRIKE. t
DbnvkrT Nv. 4. Union tad Kara
Pacifio railroad companleSj aro -before dis
trict court to-day.' Kansas Pacific bring!
auit fori' million dollariidaRtages agliRtt
Unloa Paelte railroad fottallar to eoat
ply jwltb: the; provUlotii ef l 'ef pan
Nkw York, Nov. 4, IL'.40 p. in. Gold
1'J; (r.S. Ct 1P81 IIA); cmipuii 1IC3; .
Vh la')'. Illjr 1804 lllj; lb').", 112; 13(36
i iiw ismio Illfi)ll4j: I8U7 1HJ; lti9 ton
HOIH 1141. U.S. iU-lils lOti: cuu mint 10H1;
currency 0s 1 14j .terfing exchange 8j()lii;
Missouri Gs U3..
New York, Nov. 4. Money firm 7,
stocks steady and iulot; gold firm at VI
12J; ttovta. dull and Steady; state bonds
quiet; Western Uiilon "y; Paclfllu ll.lj;
Adams' express 95; Fargo 871; American
70j: U. S, 78J; N. Y. C, 05; Erio 60;
prtd 74; Union I'acllllc 381; Lake Shore
!2J; 1'ittstiurR 01, new 82 prfd 88;
Kock Island 110; St. Paul 501; prfd 7G;
Wabash prfd 88; Ft. Wayno 04; O
and M.,48J; Delaware and Lackawana OB);
Harlem and Erie 8; Indlana'Ccntral
Kunlbsl and St. doo .'i'.'J.
New York, Nov. 4. Flour steady.
AVheat slightly firmer, but not quotably
higher SI 6ul 57; red SI C01 70; am.
her $1 701 75. Corn firmer GGc. Outs
quiet, but steady at 4'249c. Pork dull
and nominal 15lGc Lard unchanged
Sic, Whiskey 'JS'J5e. Cotton nomi
New 'Orlka.nh, Nov. 4. Departed:
Katie, T. Howard, City of 0.uincy, Sutlo
Silver, Bismarck, Glencoe, and Atlantic
and barget. Receipts; cotton 2480. Flour
dull, good treblo t 257 50; chulco
$7 75QB; cholco oxtru $8 0u9 25. Corn
modemto demand C370c. Oats fair de
mand 3S40c. Hay dull $25C; choice
$28. Bran fair demand 1 02jl 0o.
Pork scarce, mess $19 AO; bacon dull 71c;
12 cities r.'l12Jc; hntns lUjc. Lard
quiet (39c; kegs He. Whitkoy, tteady,
chnico'J'Jc. Cotton easier 16Jc. Sterling
2021; sight (discount.
St. Louis, Nov. 4. Flour quiet.
Wheat spring steady, SI 11); rail dull,
buyers oil'; 3 fall GlG3r. Corn un
changed, 33c. Oats quiet, 2Cc. Rye and
Barley nothing doing. Whiskey tin.
changed, 89c. Pork steady, $1(. Bacon
dull; shoulders lower, 6Jc; clear rib 1 1 jc;
clear lljc. Lard nothing doing. Dry
salt lower; clear tide 9c packed.' ' -
Chicago, Nov. 4. Flour in fair (hip
ping demand holding firmly Difficulty in
delivering checks. Business price nom
inally unchanged. Wheat unsettled
easier: SI 081 08 cash; $10 8 Novem
ber or sellar year $1 08J; December No, 1
$1 18; No. 3 UCc; rejected 81(aSUo. Corn
easier and lets active: 3'iJ32jc cash;
3l!c November; 31:ilJ Decembor. Oats
quiet: 20jc, 21c cash; 20Jc Novem.
ber; 2'2c Decembor; rejected 17.
Ryo quiet firm: No. '2 salable
53u. Barley linn and in fair domand,
No'263(364c; No85l51Jc; rejected nom
inally 39c. Proviiipus dull, old pork held
at loc; new lie, nomlnuliy 128c
December; January lard steady at 7 jc cash,
held 73c December; January or February
"lc bid; March held 8c; S P hams steady
at 11 jc, 15c hv. Green meats nominally
unchungod. . Usui; 818gti. Whiskoy
itrong ai 8089o. Freights uniottled
scarce and nominal-at 1416e.
Night Report J '
New Orlkans Nov. 4. Flour dull
$7 008 37J; fumily S8 fiCi, fio. Corn
dull; mixed 08c; white 70c. Oats quiet
3839c. Bran $1 0-. Iluy dull; prime
$2 -7; choico $2 l!8. Pork," inets scarce;
hold $19 SO. Bacon dull; $7 39; $12 OU
12 0. Hams $19 50(3; 19 37. Lnrd
tlrm, tlorco $8 87J9 009 2,i; keg
$11 00. Sugar quiet, good aud fair 0J
9o. Molaucs easlor, common J.'(i7jc;
fair 05000c; good 0'ir, primo 0&0c;
ttrleily prlmo U8c: cholcu 0970c.
WhUkey 83y9c. uotioe quiet, I4 a)l9ic;
aterlir.g 20; sight 20; discount gold 12.
cotton eastor, good ordinary n; low
middlings 18c; middling 18 Jo; middling
Orleans 6c. Receipts 2,712. Exports
Liverpool b9. Continent 7,080. btock
St. I.outs, Nov-,-4. Flour quiet Rnd un
changed. Wheat spring quiet, No 3 $1;
Mo2$l 114; tall dull anu weak-; ::rcu$l el.
Corn inactive and unchanged, 2 mixed
33c; . No 2 white mixed 4041c. Oats
steady out slow, 2 mixed 2oc. Barley
steady for best qualities, No 2 spring 58
C0o, Uvo- dull niui unciiaiigeu. rorK
steady and firm, S1C01O 25 u -6. Dry
salt meats lower on small lots; tumnnr
cured clonr rili 8e alanr sld (lo. Huoon
quiet, shoulders lowor, snouuiers oj((c;
plnnrrlh HJe: clear fide 11 iflljc. Lard
dull, nominally lower, prime steam In de-
mnna, ijc, senurs w us)i- igiiiin
steadv. 89c. Cattlo dull and weak for
lowar LTfldCH. Iirm lor aoKi lair unu prune
$2 50(4 60; cholco "and extra, $5,0.
llm-snnlBt. S3 75YSV4 75. Receipt 2700.
, - w- , , .
ji EW lOUK, ov. . .noney sirincent,
greator part of tho day, loaning as high
as 1-32. closlnt; at 7 par cent. Sterling
dull. UO dav 81; slcht -91. Gold active,
transacllon large, price ranging uetween
11!(W,121; chief Interest was in loan mat
ket whoro borrowers wero compolled to
mi v as IiIl'U a 2 por cent, for utu till Wed
nosday. Ono .firm it is said, paid $00,000
to take up its abort contracts. Clearing
127.000,000. Governments dull and
lightly lower. State securities dull and
firm, stocks intentely dull.
Nkw York, Nov. 4. Sixes of '81 10
5-!0t '02 11; 5-20s '04 U; 5-201 '(15 11
5.20s now 13; 6-20s '07 14; 5-20s rC8 13
10.40s 8: currency fis 14: new 5s 0.
N.KW York, Nov. 4. Flour shado
' flrmot on common grades; supers vje't""
$5 00(3j8 30; common to good 77 10j
.goodto .oholoa$7 187 DO; white wheat,
Sxtra $7 959. W,Blsky hd'
firm, refining 99J; Cuba 9l0c. Pork
dull, tnetsSlo 3515 60; prime mess $16.
Beef dull, men $48 60; extra 96 60.
10. Cut meats tteady, ihouldtri 7c; ham
13J14c; middles quiet', western abort
clear January 8c. Lard steady, no I to
prime sutRm BjftBIc; kclllo 8.
Chicaoo, it o,4'Flour firm. Wheat
toady, No. 1 spring 91 IS; No. 3 $1 0T
1 07J; spot or November $1 08 J; De
cember No. 3 98c. Corn opened firm,
and closad dull, No. 2 mixed 32a cash or
November. Oalt quiet, No. 2 2021o.
Rye firm, No. 2 63&6lc. Barley steady,
No. 2 fall 63C4c. Provision dull, un.
changed and nothing doing In pork or
lard; green ham sold at 8l8c; short rib
16 to 20 days in salt 7c. Wbitkey steady
89c. ' '
Memhiis, Nov. 4.-c-idy, light ralni,
river atalionary. Arrived: .Mttle Rock,
Arkansas river. Departed last evening :
Mary Miller, New Orisons t City of VlckV
burg. P. W. Strader, VIckibunr; Oraast
Tower, 8t. Louis; Colorado, Vickiburst;
St. Luke, St. Louis.
Cincinnati, Nov. 4. River 'fourteen
feet, and falling. The Ed. Robbs passed
down from Wheeling for St. Louis with
threo barges loaded with agricultural im
plements. The Henry Probaaco enters
the Pittsburg trade to-morrow. The in
sursnce on tho sunken Belfast I ,926,000,
all in Cincinnati companies. The sunken
barge, Florence, is the property of Henry
St, Louis, Nov. 4 Arrived: Fannie
Lewis, Missouri river, Wolf, Jasper and
St. Johns, Keokuk; Cltyor Helena, Vlck
burg; Dictator,. Cairo; City of Chester,
Memphis. Departed: Salvor No. 2,
Cairo. River falling slowly, heavy rain
New Orlkans, Nov. I. No arrival
VicKsnuRH, Nov. 4. Down: Oua
chita. Up: Glencoe, Katio, James How
ard, Stitie Silver, Mary Alice and barge.
Cloudy and cool. Falling.
Evansvillr, Nov. 4. Cloudy, ralld,
meicury 08. River risen thirty Inches.
Port Hit up: Mallie Ragon, i p.m..
Fayetta9; Shannon 10; Mary Ament 3
p.m.,; Arkansas Bolls 8. Down.: Bose
kite 11pm..: Evansvllle la.m.,; Anna
1 p.m.,; B. H. HurtG; Nashville 7; all
with good trips. Business brisk.
Pittshuro, Nov. 4. River four feet
nine inches and receding slowly. Tbe
weather Is cool and clear. The Brill li
announced to load for Nanshville. The
Mary Pavaen's barges aro being loaded
for St. Louis. The Arlington waa
grounded in the head by the Merriman
yesterday, and wa still aground at II
LocisriLLK, Nov. 4. River stationery,
six feet six, canal four feetsix chute; mild
and hacy signs of rain. Arrived: The.
W. Means, barges; No. 1 Garrett, Cin
cinnati. Departed: Jas- Wilson, Em
poror, Pittsburg; John Lumsden, John
onvllle. Coal boats arrived and re
turned; Eagle, Charley McDonald- Sam.
Miller, N. J. Bigley, J. A Blackmore,
John Hannah, Veteran. Sam. Parker.
Mary Ann, J a Gilmors, J no, Gil more and
Wednesday and Thursday Ev'.nos.
November 13th and 14th, 1872.
SOL SMITH IRTjaaiQXiXj
announce his elastic
In. the persomition ot a
VA1UBTY OF ODD CHARACTERS
Forming his new
31 MinSTOElTT 3PIA.3SriST
For particulars see Potters, Programmes,
Unnerved seat call be secured atDaaicL
M. A. WATSON,
10 md. Business Manager.
. , "
For Sale at Wholaaale BaUi)
CORN KB 32D-BTRliT AMP OHIO tlVU
onihed steady, elossd miiig.
J 'uMkM , fcrl.4U,.y.r.
favor western BtOfibo. i-ijora let active,
tteamsr sailed Am, sail ,Mo, OaU ibada
'oetter and snoderaUly aMtvaaM wastsrn
No. 104 Commercial Av
Both Fhhmcu and Scotch CAmiasiRR8
all colon, UiAVKRa and Brd-clo t y,
eoRKUntlt oil baad, and aHsjcwatMMBat
la all 1U brancbea rta,aniad .
95 TO $20 T
pj, sIiihs HsTjtuaa or
it work irswiataetrM
I titJM, man as uajtuti
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aWsM mtVsMs. I Ma
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v trying ii of proviaioM.kow to,
tbem go lartnaat kt law
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