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OFFICII, BTTLIiBTIir BXriX.IDIliTQ-, COB. 12TH STEBET W-A-SHiasrO-TOlSr
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ). 1872,
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
VARIOUS REPORTS FROM 1)1 K
OFFICIAL RETURNS COMING IN.
HROWN RE-ELECTED IN TEN
tkx'ab democratic, with four
ok bix congressmen.
lltcporUd Especially fortlic Cairo llulletln.
Montoomkky, Ala., Nov. Grant
carrlet Alabama by from 4,000 to 0,000
majority. The entire Republican statu
ticket It elected by a small majority. Four
and probably tlve" Republicans aru elected
to congress. The aspect of thu legislature
It doubtful, but four votes will cover either
A UK A. S AN
Little Rock, Akk., Nov. 8. The
lection of Asa Hodges, Republican, Is,
conceded in thu First district, over
Oanz, Democratic, by about li.SOO majority.
Snyder, lUpul.lican, ii re-elected in the
Second dlitrict by about 1,600 majority.
Gunter, Democratic, i elected In the
Third district by about 2,000 majority.
Kcturni from half the ulato give llaxter.
Republican for govenor, a majority of
2,C00 Hk election is thought to bo cer
tain, at als the entire Republi
can ticket, with possibly ons
or two ezceptiont.
San Francisco, Nov. &. Completo re
turn from loven countiti show Grant's
majority thut far to be 10,811. Page,
Utterel and Houghton are elected to
Avoubta, Ga, Nov. 8 Seventy-four
counties, polling C0.000 vote', givet Gree
ley a majority ol 5,721. The vote for
O'Conor in 74 countiei, only reach 1.CC4.
Glenn, Democrat candidate for congress,
defeated In Filth diitrict by a small ma
jority, Freeman, Radical, is elected;
Young, Democrat for congreit, ii elected
from Seventh district; Hell, Democrat
from Ninth, Wright, Democrat from
Eighth, Harris, Democrat from Sixth and
Blount, Democrat from Fourth; Kawli,
Demcrat, it probably elected in First dii
trict, othor not certain.
Chicaoo, Nov. 8. Full vote in this city
gives Grant a majority of 8,770, Oglelby,
Republican, for governor 4,100, Boveridge,
Republican, for lieutenant-governor, is
beaten In this city by Black, liberal, who
hat 1,300 majority.
Indianapolis, Nov. 8. Official returns
from teventy-two counties, with the re
ported and estimated majorities from the
twenty others, give Grant 'Jli.lOt majority.
Niw Oklians, Nov. 8 Returns
mostly unofficial from 44 parishes outside
of New Orleans give Republican net ma
jority C,73j tame In '70 gave net Repub
lican majarity of19,489; remaing 8 par
ishes in 70 gave Republican majority,
gave Democratic majority of 492; about
one-fourth of tho city vote is counted to
give Liberal net majority of 334 ; Liberal
state ticket it undoubtedly elected.
Balumoke, Nov. 8. Further returns
received to-day from counties on tho
eastern shore place beyond a doubt tho
election of Wilson, Democrat in tho First
congressional district, by over 500 ma
jority. The delegation stands four Dem
ocrats and two Republicans. Correctud
returns received to-night reduce Greeley's
majority in the ttato to lest than 1,C00.
Galvkston, Nov. 8. Election closed
at C p.m. to-day. Returns from interior
Incomplete. The statu hat gone largely
Democratic with 4 of 0 congressmen, Gal
veston elected Democratic county tlckot
and representatives. Houston claimed by
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
Namivillk, Tcnn., Nov. 8. Full re
turns from countlct outside of Eust Ten
nesseo amounting to about one-fourth of
the ttato givo Greeley 4,205 majority. In
the tamo counties in 1870 Brown, Demo,
crat, had 4,005 majority. Greoley's lost it
6,330. Ii his loss bu no greater in tho re
mainder of tho state his minority would
be about 10,000, but Grant't gain in East
Tennessee will probably roduco it to
10,000. The incrcasod vote in counties
heard from over that of 1870 was about
12,000. Freeman, Republican candidate
for governor, was bohlnd Grant and May
nard in East Tonnessoo, which will proba
bly re-elect Urown by a small majority,
though Freoman it about 1,500 votes
ahead. Additional returns make no
cbango in speculations as to tho rosult for
Richmond, V., Nov. 8. Sixty-eight
countiei and cities havo been heard from,
mott of them officially. The Republican
in tboso of the Republicans gain, it the
am In tho remaing counties. Grant't
majority will be about 3,000. Present
itlmatei elect for the Ropublicnn
congressmen, Stowell, Thomas and possi
bly Lever, In the First district, who ii op
posed by Braxton. Conservative! elected
Banter, Bat tl, White and Brown.
THE DIPLOMATIC COUPS OALL
TO CONGRATULATE THE
PROBABILITY OP A REORGAN
IZATION OF THE CABINET.
JNO. M. LANOSTON, COLORED,
TO BE ATTORN, E Y G ENER A L.
GRANT INTENDS TO VISIT HIS
NEW YORK REPUBLICANS CONGRATULATE.
COMMISSIONER DAV KNPO RT'S
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
COmmslONKH UAVEXrORTH KXI'tj.NSES.
New Yoiik, Nov. 8. Tho World cstl.
matct United States Commissioner Da
venport's election expenses ut nearly a
quarter of a million.
A Washington special reports the fol
lowing us President Grant's views on his
re-election His first election ho consid
ered at honor paid for his military services.
His second, national approval of hit polit
ical administration and popular vindica
tion of his personal character. Long
before thu Philadelphia conven
tion he foresaw his success.
Thu nomination by thu coalitionists
gratified him, In at much at it narrowed
the contest to two candidate, besides tho
character of the opposition give complete
atiuranco of tho result. He was surprised
at the affright ruceivdaby .tomo Republi
cutis at the Ualtlmoru nomination. He
was thereafter urged by political giants to
mako various changes in his cabinet.
Many of his friends bad wondered at his
indifference, but one helping caue of that
indifference, which was known to but a
few, was his knowledgo of tho fact
that during tho campaign tho Republican
national committee bad a pocket in nearly
every Greeley camp of any consequence
from one end of tho country to the other,
and knew day by day every phase of tho
coalition situation as well as the coalition
WANTS TO UK ATTORN ET OEVERAL.
St. Louis, Nov. 8 A Washington
special says : in the event of the general
reconstruction of thu cabinet, a strong ef
fort will bu made to hv the colored
element represented, and the movement
has already commenced to havo John
M. Langtton of this city appointed
attorney genernl. Ho i backed by Fred
Douglas and other prominent colored
men throughout tho country and by a con
siderable number of white Republicans,
particularly those from the south. Langs
ton has been called upon to-day, by sever
al newspaper men, and ho does not deny
thatbe Is an otpirant for the position. He
simply says that such an appointment
by the president would bo no more than
his people havo a right to expect.
New York, Nov. 8. At a congratula
tory meeting ol Republicans of the Seven
teenth assembly district last evening, the
newly elected district attorney, Phelps, In
a brief speech pledged himself to meas
ures of reform. He said he deemed as
among tho first neods of New York, fear
less, impartial and prompt administration
of tho law, and to those measures he prom
ised to exort himself.
THE rRKAIDENT CONGRATULATED.
Washington, Nov. 8. The diplomatic
corps made a congratulatory call on the
president to-day, who, in company with
tho membors of tho cabinet, gave them a
The cabinet meeting to-day was at
tended by all the membert excopting
Bolknap and Delano. The president con
tinues to rcceivo numbers of congratula
tory telegrams. Ono from Col. John S.
Mosby says Virginia has gono for Grant.
Wahiiinqton, D. C, Nov. 8. Membert
of the diplomatic corps at noon to-day
called in a body upon tho prosident to
tendor their congratulations upon hit re
election. They wero received in the Blue
Room by tho president, Mrs. Grnnt, Mist
Nollio Grant and membors of the cabinet
and tho ladies of their housholdt as fol
lows : Secretary of state and Mrs. Fish,
attorney general and Mrs. Williams, tho
secretary of navy, secrotary of treasury,
and Assistant Secretary Cowen of tho in
terior department. Tho membert of the
diplomatic corps wore Sir Edward Thorn
ton, British minister, and lady; Blaehuo
Bey, Turkish minister, and lady; Sonor
Rorges, Brazilian minister, and lady ; Von
Schlosser, German minister; Col!
Troyoro, Peruvian minister; Count
Oortl, Italian minister; M. Do-
itainnei, nargc u suiairos, t ranee,
tho minister from that country being ab
sent from tho city; M. Dolfousso, Belgian
mlnistor, Admiral Pavo, Spanish minister,
Mr. Sterncrson, Swcedith minister, Senor
Gorcla, minlstor from tho Argentlno re
public, Mr. Mori, Japanoso mlnistor and a
numbor of attache! of the varioui loga
lions. They oach congratulated tho pres
ident on his ro-olection, and aftorwards
thore was a very cordial toclal rounlon,
lasting about half an hour, after which
tho diitlngulthed company withdrew.
oen. o. o. HOWARD.
It It rumored in the army circlet that
Brig. Gen. (. O. Howard will be promoted
to the grade of major general, vice Gen.
Meade deceated, and will retire Itnuio
dlately with the full grade of major gen
eral on account of hit long and faithful
lervicet and wounds received therela.
The retirement of Gen. Howard will still
leave a vacancy in the list of major gen
erals, which probably will bo tilled by tho
promotion of Gen. Terry or Oon. Canby.
riFTH AUDITOR'S HEPOIIT.
Washington, Nov. 8. Tho fifth audi
tor of the treasury has mado his annual
report to the sccretury of the treasury.
He makes no rocomincndations,but roviows
the work done.
RETORT Of THE WAR DKI'ARTMENT,
Wasiunuton, Nov. 8.The annual re
port of tho secretary of tho war for this
year It quite brief. Ho compliments con
grest for such completeness In last year's
legislation, that llltlu room remains fur
legislative recommendations. He recom
mends the establishment of military pris
ons in the placo of the present system of
sending army convicts to stiito peniten
tiaries, also an enactment of u code of
specific punishment for iirmy offences
Desertions are greatly fullen oil' the pest
year. Ho renews tho recummonuatlon
that the extra to each regiment be dit
peniod with as vacancies occur thus sav
ing $1GO,00). He advises thu raising of the
intellectual standard of admission to
Wost Point, alto the sale of large numbers
of usoless arsenals in the South and else
where. Thu establishment of thu gen
eral arsunal of construction on Atlantic
tlope and another on Pacific. These ar
senals with that already at Rock Island'
n Mississippi valley would efficiently
meot thu wants of thoservico at this time.
Tho progress in experiments with navy
ordnance and with breech loading arms
it slow. Ho consldors that channel ob
struction! and torpedoes have been suc
cessful in determining tho kinds to be
used, and recomrnonds tho storage
of torpedoes for defence in
Nuw York and other harbors, A new sys
tem of inspecting disbursing officers ac
counts is in full operation, lie concludes
by regretting that one sixth of tho army is
detained in tho Southern slates east of the
Mississippi river. Ho hopes thu improv
ing social condition there will soon relieve
that force for frontier torvico and says mil
itary expenses are on tho decrease.
NAVY ENOINEER'm RKI'ORT.
Washington, Nov. 8. The annual re
port of J. W. King, engineer in chief of
the navy, has been submitted to the sec
retary. It embraces several subjects of
importance to navy and marine engineer
ORA.STTO VISIT HIM FATHER.
New York, Nov. 8. The president
after attending the funeral of General
"Meade on Monday, In Philadelphia, will
go to Covington, Ky,, to vitit bi father
NEW YORK MAYORALTY.
New York, Nov. 8. The election of
Havemcyer will cause sweeping changes
in various departments over which ho has
control, and those where his influcnco can
be exercised, although many incumbents
aro held over bv law. Speculation is al
ready rife as to the probability of a new
legislature modifying tho law so as to
give the entire city patronago to Have
meyer. The aldormanic board is Demo
cratic O'Brien is said to havo expended
a largo amount of money in tho campaign.
WORKING CP A CASE OF
TRIAL TRIP OP A .JAPANESE
, CHICAGO EVENING JOURNAL
i FINED FOR CONTEMPT OF
I DELEGATION TO THE STEAM
1 BOATMEN'S CONVENTION.
STABBED TO DEATH
BY A WO-
POLITICAL RIOT IN BALTIMORE.
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
JAFANX4K WAR VKSHBL.
New York, Nov. 8. Trial trip of tho
Japanese steamer Kurda, took ptuce
In New York harbor yesterday. Shu will
, be officiated probably by Americans. It
I Is said she will lenvu for Japan within
3 weeks, In view of impending war be
tween Japan and Coren. The Kurda
will be heavily armed on her arrival in
KINKD FOR l!ONTKMI"T.
Chicago, Nov. 8. In tho supremo
court of Illinois, at Ottawa to-day, Chas.
L. Wilson proprietor, and Andrew Shu
man munaging editor, of tho evening
Journal of this city weru fined, tho for
mer 100, and the latter S200, with costs
fur contempt of court In publishing un
editorial commenting upon tho
court in connection with the
Riiflerty murder case. The chief
Justice in imposing tho fine, said he court
had no desiro to inflict a severe penalty,
that tho object of tho court would bo ac
complished if they showed thu press that
it cannot bo pormiltcd to attempt to influ
ence! tho decision of cases pending in tho
Louisville, Nov. 8. Tho following
delegates wero appointed to the steamboat
convention at Cairo on Tuesday last : Cap
tains Wolfolk, Frank Carter," B. C. Levi,
11. Vcrhoeffo Jr., and .lames Howard.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
election riot in iialtimore.
Baltimore, Nov. 8. An election was
huld to-day in tho Sixth ward to fill a
vacancy in thu city council. Just before
closing thu polls, a crowd of about ono
thousand porsons, wero gathered around
tho comer of Fayotto and Broodway Sts.
A party of men. mostly colorod, left tho
crowd and proccodod about midway to
Broadway, when thoy turned and deliber
ately fired upon tho crowd In front of tho
voting place, killing Isaac Boss, nged 10
years, and mortally wounding Jno. Con
way, nged 3,1 yeart and another boy re
ceive! a flesh wound.
tiif ahsailants run.
Immediately aftur firing tho party
broke and run, when those fired into re
turned their shots. Some eighteen or
twenty shots in all wero tired in a
minute's time. Previous to tho firing,
which was wholly unexpected, no dis
turbance whatever had occured- A flro
occurcd at Maryland penitentiary to-night,
doing damage to tho amount of $'.'0,000,
Cleveland, Nov. 8. Within a week
tho pollco have been working up a caso of
horse stealing and captured twolvo horses,
six buggies, one wagon and a large quan
tity of harness; all stolon by ono man
named Kritjcn, Ho commenced last April
stealing horses in tho adjoining county
and telling them in this city. Tho man,
hoarlng the pollco wero on his track, flod
to Detroit, whoro ho was arrested to-day
and brought to this city.
Auoubta, Nov. 8. Official returnt from
315 towns shows a majority lor Grant of
Nahiiville, Nov. 8. Wodnetday night
Jot. Ettel, turvoyor, visited tho houso of a
man named Shaffer, living near Anderson
dopot on tho Nashvillo & Chattanooga
Railroad. Ho and Shatl'cr got into a
wordy dispute which ended In a fight,
Eilel got the advantago and was punish
ing Shaffer severely, when Mrt. Shafler
interfered and ttabed Ettel with a knife.
Ettel died Thursday from the wound.
A MAN IS CONSUMED IN THE
FLAMES OF A BURN
COLISION ON THE BALTIMORE
AND OHIO RAILROAD.
MUTILATED BODY FOUND IN
EXPRESS CAR BURNED
STEAMER KATIE SUNK NO
TRAIN THROWN FROM THE
LATER FROM THE KATIE.
FIRE IN CINCINNATI.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
TRAIN THROWN FROM THE TRACK.
Scranton, Pa., Nov. 7. Tho rear car
of tho accommodation train on tho Lehigh
& Susquehanna railroad, was thrown from
tho track by a broken rail this evening,
just below here, and went over tho em
bankment, wrecking it against an abut
ment of culvert. Mrs. Evans of Spring
Brook, was instantly killed, Jos. Reilly of
Plymoth, was so badly injured that ho
cannot recover, Miss Griffith of Miners, Is
believed to be fatally injured and twonty
seven others nro mure or less injured, but
only a few seriously.
Another and must frightful accident
occurred near here about 5 o'clock tills
evening. At a construction train on tho
Delaware and Lackawana rail road hav
ing about thirty-five laborors in tho ca
boose car, was being backed towards this
city, and when near New Hampton, tho
caboote struck a bouldor which had fallen
upon the track, and the onglno being at
tho other end of tho train, the rngincor
could not seo tho troublo and pushed tho
otbooso over tho ombankment and it fell n
distanco of ono hundred and fifty feet, into
tho crcok below, John Clark, John Mc
Nally, Michael Kelly, James nnd John
Hughes, James Garrahton nnd Thomas
Syhilbon were instantly killed. Sixteen
othors wero severely injured, four of whom
will probably dio.
Baltimore, Md,, Nov. 8, List night
tho passenger train from tho west, on the
Baltimoro & Ohio Railroad, ran into a
Pullman palaco coach, which had boon
detached from tho train from Washington,
and loft standing on the tide-track at
Washington Junction, or Rolay Houso, to
bo taken up for tho west. Tho Pullman
couch was wrecked. Only six passongcru
wero in tho coach, three of whom wore
hTRAMKR KATIE BUNK.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8, A Chronicle
special says : Tho eteamor Katio, with
450 balos of cotton, and loO passongcrs,
struck tho wreck of tho Lucy Holcombe,
above Holona, Arkansas, at 2 o'clock this
morning, nnd sunk. No lives lost, and no
other particular! received. Tho wreckert
Eckort, Oil City, nnd John Kylo go to
her astlstan:o from Momphlt at once.
Boston, Nov. 8.--A mutilated body
was found in two barrels, It proves to bo
that of Abljah Ellis. Tho inquost It pro
Thu Jury acquited tho railroad from the
blame of tho Seabrook disaster.
Citv or Mexico, Nov. 8. Via Havan-
na. Tho lost by wreck of steamer Guate
mala on Tonola bay, wero 21 of tho crow
and 2 passengers. Tho captain, 20 of tho
crew and n fow passongurs wero saved
from tho wreck and arrived at Ichtutepcc
j aftor wandering in tho woods four days,
Boston, Nov, 8. The oakum factory
ol Gorham, Train & Co., on Norfolk
avonuc, burned this morning. A work-
man named Caliban perished In tho flames,
! and his son was seriously Injurod. Loss
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. The tiro this
forenoon in M. C. McNamaru & Co's.
wholesulu boot and shoo store, corner of
Pearl and Walnut streets, uccaMumd a
damage of 11 tu thousand dollars to Mc
Namara, mostly by water. 83,000 Insur
ance, mostly homii companies. Messrs.
Meyer & Co., boot dealers, In the same
building, lost 0,000, fully Insured.
THE KATIE AND HKR CAR(K).
Memfhiis, Nov. 8. Latest reports from
Helena state ItTttt thu Kallu lies easy in
teven feet water, and that the can be easily
raited. No damago done to cargo except
threu hundred bales cotton in hold. Her
pMsengers wore transferred to steamer
1IAOOAOR CAIl UURNED.
CiUCAao, Nov. 8. An express car of
tho American express company on a west
ern bound train of thu Michigan Central
It. It. caught fire last night between De
troit and this city, it it supposed by tparkt
from tho engine. Tho entire content
weru destroyed. Loss heavy, but amount
INSURRECTIONA RY MOVE
MENT IN SPAIN.
Mai RID, Nov. 8. Tho 'Epaca' pub
llshes a lettor from Cadi, reporting a con
spiracy Inaugurating a serious insurrec
tionary movement which is actively fost
ered by internationalists and among the
employees of tho LaCarracco royal dock
yard and arsenal, near Cadiz. Attempt
that golden weddino.
Dresden, Nov. 8. Festivities attend
ing tho celobr.ttlon of the golden wedding
of tho king of Saxony continue.
THE EPIZOOTIC IN SPRINGFIELD,
Chicaoo, Nov. 8. Tho epizootic is said
to have appeared in Springflold, Illinois
The situation hero is essentially un
changed, a number of deaths reported to
day, but from stables where horses have
been carefully tended and riot allowed to
work reports aro very favorable.
New York, Nov. 8, 12 m Flour
quiet. Wheat quiut at $1 48(,lo2; choice
1 S3; red $1 liOQl 70; amber $1 70.
1 75. Corn quiet at die. Oats quiet at
43(i)40o. Receipts: flour 1,500; wheat
U 1,000; corn 84,000; outt 38,000. Most
pork quiet ut $10. Lurd quiet at 8c;
quotations nominal. Whiskey quiet but
firm at 95c. Gold 12g.
Chicaoo, Nov. 8, 12:30 p. m. Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat steady and
in moderuto demand, $1 05J1 OoJ
cash; $1 051 Out December; $1 05
1 05i seller year. "Corn dull, 31J.11Jc
cash; 31!H Jc November; 30J(7!tc De
cember. Oats dull, 2021u regular
fresh; 22c December. Ryo quiet and
steady, sales o3c, littlu ottering. Barley
stead v and in fair demand, No 2 COgOuJc.
Provisions steady and quiet. Pork old
firmly held $15; nuw Si I tpot; nomally
$12 05 December; $12 50 January; $12 55
March. Lard firmer, 7$(a7ceaBh Decem
ber and January; 7J7Jc Jebiuary; 7l
8c March. S P hams quiet and firmer,
llUcspot; 0510J Novo'iibor. Greon
meats "quiet ami steady. Hams 818gu
present delivery; old dry saltod dull and
lowor. Shoulders -t Jc. Short ribs 8c.
Whiskov firm, sales 8!)Jo gonurully; hold
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. Flour dull ut
$77 25. Wheat held firmly; rod $1 48
1 55. Corn In fair demand; old 42c;
now 3i;37c. Oats dull at 27($33o. Cot
ton dull; middlings lSJfJilSJc. Whiskey
in good demand at '.Mc. Pork quiet; nuw
nominal ut 14c; cut meats quiet and steady;
tliouldort 4ije; cloar rib 7 jc; clear 8c; all
nuw bacon quiet. Shoulders 5jCc; clear
rib 10c; clear 11c. Hogs 11 rm at $4 25
1 40. Receipts 4,385. Lard firm steam
7j7;icj keltlu 71c
New Orleans, Nov. 8. Flour, corn,
oats, bran and hay nominally unchanged.
No movement on account of weather,
raining steady all day. Pork nominal,
$20. Bacon dull, 7JUj12Jc. Hams
scarce, sugar cured 20c. Lard quiet and
firm, tlurcu 83'JJc; keg lie; sugar infe
rior lljc; fair SJo. Molasses, common I)5c;
fair 5b00c; good il3((iC4c; primo 05Ciic;
choico 07o. Whl.kny llrmur, 02c(ji)l.
Sturling 23; tight J discount. Cotton
quiet, tales 8,000, prices tinchangod. Re
ceipts 5,5'Jl; week tiilos 20,000; reculplt
nut 31,207, gross 3'J,551, Exports Great
Britain 13,480, Continent 12,924, coast
wUo 1,030, stock 114,831.
St. Louis, Nov 8. Flour dull, nomi
nally unchanged, Wheat, spring lower,
No 2 $1 10, full, dull and unchanged
Corn, dull and easier, No. 2 mixed 33c,
No, 3 whito mixed 4045c. Oats un
changed, No. 2 mixed 25c, Barley dull'
and unchangod, lowor gradoi unt ileablo,
Ryo unchanged, No. 2. 01c. Pork quiet,
most $10, dry salt in brisk order de
mand, shoulders 55c,clenr rlbt 8jQ8Jc,
clear sides 83c, bacon quiet, shoulders
60Jc. cloar rib 11c, cluar tidet 11 J
iijc. jjaru uncnangea, prime steam 7gc
Highwinut llrmor, 90c. Cattle quiet and
unchangod, Uogt easier $44 SO,
packers lots. Recoiptt 3,700.
Chicaoo Nov. 8. Flour quiet. Wheat
firm, shade better, No I spring $1 10; No
2 $1 06; tpot or November $1 0S; De
cember No 3 03c. Corn ttoady, No 2
mixed 313Hc, spot or Novcmbor. Oats
dull and drooping, No 2 20j20c, regu
lar. Ryo dull, No 2 53c. Barloy stoady,
No 2 fall COJc. Provisions hold firm,
packers not ottering much for produce
and slaughtered very fow hogt. Mess
pork $15 for old; held at $14' for now.
Lard steady at 7j(7ij7Jo. Bulk meats dull
nnd lowor, for old nominally; 4j04c for ,
thouldcrsj 8f,(8ie for short ribs. Whlskev
Memfiiis, Nov. 8 Cotton dull, low
middling 17U". middlliii! 181 o; receipts .
835; shipment l,0:y, dock 2ti,l8l. Flour
. steady $i; 50(9 4-jH- Corn In atom 0S(J,
70c. Outt qillto 3!'c. Hay nnd bran
sear co and firm. Hulk meals hcavv.
Shoulders 0c; sides SJtJc. Lard scarce
New York, Nov. 7. Flour lower; su
perfine western $5 S'i(hjt 20, common to
good .0 7.Vif,7; uood tnchlrv$7 OOpi'l M.
Whit.- win at vxtr t i7(.'i7 8.1. Wl.WUy
uclive and film at '.(. Wheal lower; Nil
:l CIiIciiijm -prlng SI asfi 1 40; No 2
jd l.'.j; choice rnirihwestpni l 18; winter
red weiturn SI ."sj(n,l r.i, uhiiu jt 17.J,
Ryisenret) and Hun; old western mixed
4fc. Corn heavy mid lower; mixed
steamer OSJfiOlc; nil Oljri; OSe. Oats
dull; old wenur' min-d in storo 37(Tf.l8Jc;
new I2r(43j; while HQ"''. Cotl'iu uuict; .
Rio LVfiltf jc. Pork firmer and active;'
mess lOffidOii; prime mess Ke. Beef and ,
cut mcutcs unchanged, middles very firm,
long and shurt, clear January 7Je; long
clear 8Jc; spot 80 November. Lnrd
firmer and active; No 1 to primo steam
New York, Nov. 8. Money easier,
C7. Sterling firmer 8i8 long; 10 J
10 short sight. Gold moro activo and
higher, opened 12' and advanced to 13'
closed 12J(ji)13. Loans 1-04; too flat for
tiso and onu to five por cont for carrying.
Clearings C4 millions. Treasury disburse
ments 317,000. Govermontt JJ bettor
and atroug. State bonds dull and steady.
New York, Nov 8.-6$ of '81 1CJ, 8-20t
of '02 12, 6.20s of'04 12, 5-20tof '05 12,
new 14 1, new '07 15, now '08 145. lo-JOi
8. Currency 0s 14, now 5s 0, Missouri
Cincinnatti, Nov. . River fallen 12
inches, with 0 feel 9 inches in tho channel.
Vicksiiurq, Nov. 8. Down, R. E. Lee;
up, Chas. llodmar.n. Cloudy, cool and
Memthis, Nov. 8. Weather cloudy
and unsettled, river about stationary. De
parted : Capitol City, Virktburg, V. J.
Lewis, St." Louis, Jno. Kyle, Now Or
leuns. New Orleans, Nov. 8. Arrived: Nick
Longworth, Cairo, Bella Lee, Memphis.
Departed : Molliu Moore, St. Louis.
Rained last 24 hours.
Evankvillk, Nov. 8. Clear and
cloudy, murcury 45 to 50, river fallen 8
inches. Port list up: Fayette, 9 a m, Ed
dyville, 4 p m, Mary Anient, 4 p m, Ed
dy villo, 5 p m, B. II. Hunt, 0 p m, Charmer
from Cincinnati, 0 p m. Business moder
ate. PiTTsnuuo, Nov. 8. Tho rivor is ris
ing slowly, with 4 feet 0 inches in tho
channel. Tho weather is clear and
ploaant. Tho Brill departed at 1 o'clock
for Nashville. Tho Arlington did not
leave last night, but departed at an early
hour this morning for Now Orleans. Tim
R. R. Hudson loft for Wheeling. Tho Ex
change will depart for St. Louis.
St. Louis,- Nov. 8. Arrived : Crescent
City, and Turner. New Orleans; F. W.
Curtis and Robb, Upper Mississippi. Do
parted : Lake Superior, Keokuk, Grand
Tower, Memphis, Victory, St. Paul. Jno.
F. Tolle, New Orleans; Gasconale, Vicks
burg, Allen. Missouri river falling slowly.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 8. River
stationary, 12 Inches on Harpeth Shoals.
Louisville, Nov. 8. Tho river fulling
with 5 feet 4 inches in tho canal. 3 feet
4 inches inthoebcte. Weather clear and
pleasant, business good. Arrived: Comet
and barges Pittsburg. Departed : Comet
and barges St. Louis.
Washinoton. Nov. 8. Probabilities
From Lake Michigan over lower lakes
and New England to Middle Atlantic
coast clear weather and northwesterly
winds, nnd in tho Northwest southerly
winds, falling baromoter nnd partly
cloudy weather, extondlng southeasterly
to tho lowerOhio valley. In tho Gulf ttatet
northeasterly to northwesterly winds,
threatening weather and rain extending to
South Atlantic states.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HETWKKN WASH N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Flfllilt Informs tn public that ha lint
LIVE li Y S T A Jl L A
nn the. northwest mile of Ten 111 xtrecl an naoir
Hit Htabtra will hi furnlslieil witli nono t.iit tlie
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bu accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with sale teams
on the lowest ternn'.
Dr. Fields usks u share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
D 1 ALII XT
Q RO CERIES,
PROVISION 8 1TC.
Ohi Litu Cairo, In.
WEDNES1MV AMI TlfUHHDAT Ev'NOS,
-N'fivembel 1.1th anil 14th, l7'i.
Would respectfull announce hU elastic
III the personation ol a
VARIETY OF ODD CHARACTERS
Forming 'tils new
AMitccl by un
For particular sec Footer, Programmes,
Reserved seat can be cured at Daniel
M. A. WATSON,
H-.1td. BusinesM Manager.
CO WMIHMIO TD roWAB JWg.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agcou of
UIO H1VKH AND KANAWHA
7( Ohio Lkvkk,
IDE-A-XIK, ZCT LIME
Ckuint, Plahtkr Pahu,
PL ASTKltER'S HA IK,
:.(). 71 OHIO LKVKK, UNDKK CITV NATION
3TFur the purpose of building uu a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will tell to deal
em aud contractorn In lots of BO barrel! and
upward, at manufacturing price, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Bucccmom to E, II. UendrloOo.)
Forwarding and Commission
WHARF-110 AT PROPRIKTOB8.
Llbond Advancement made 9k
VK upou CootlKnmtnta. BttJI
Are prepared to receive, store and torward
frufghu to all point and buy and
ell on commission,
Wl)UBlnr attended to promptly;
FOR SALE, ) grgjj; ( FOR SALE,
tTOH 8ALE.JrrwJlFOR SALE.
Fare from LiviarooL,
Fare from Lovdcndmht
Faro from Glasqow,
Fare from Qummtown
TO CAIRO, j i ! i t ; : i $ 4 8 30
r'ttloid, Uotm Ce
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE St BRO.,
(iener.il C'ouiuiitsion Merchant!
183 OHIO LKVKK,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COWI
Oat, Hay, etcJ
AGENTS ron FAIRDAe repaired, and
. ., ..ifasM om be wade to
Ohio Lve. ntng()) nd underUB(L
. laylug in of provision, how to malw
them go furthest ai d latt losgeetif
line appreciates me tmporfaMe or aye-,
tern, order, tidinesg and tbetyHft
management ofeUdren aa4,;iMlrvata,'
thou she knawa tow to mle a little