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VARIOUS REPORTS FROM DIF
OFFICIAL RETURNS COMING IN.
St. Louis, Nov. 0. The Democrat has
the official and reported returni (rom G9
counties. This ttate given Grant 28,957,
Greeley 40,288; Greoloy'a majority
11,331. Hondenon 35,551, Woodion
48,706; majority for Woodion 13,V.04
The tame paper classes tho senate llopub
licani 13, Democrats 18, Liberals 3, and
the house Republican 42, Democrat! 7'J,
Independent 1, undetermined 7. Tho
Republican print the official and unoffi
cial roturni from 01 counties, at follow! :
Greeley 9,194, Grant 30,887; majority
for Greeley 2'2,307. It claims for tho
enate 12 Republican! and 22 oppoiition ;
for the ho'tee 4'2 Republican and 88 oppo
sition ; majority on Joint ballot oC. Re
turn io far indicate-that the congrcaiinnal
delegation will ttand thus : First district
Stanard, Republican, .Second Willi, Dem
ocrat, Third Htone, Democrat, Fourth
Ua'.cher, Democrat, Fifth Heay, Republi
can, Sixth Havens, Republican, Seventh
Crittenden, Democrat, Eighth Comingi,
Democrat, Ninth Parker, Republican,
Eleventh Clark, Democrat, Twelfth
Glover, Democrat, Thirteenth Huckner,
Saw Francisco, Nov. 8. Tho election
In thil itate and Nevada ii very slgnltl
caut. In the state Cogen, tho enndidato
of the railroad monopoly, ii defeated by
Lutterel by five hundred. He ran three
thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight
behind his ticket. Page, another railroad
candidate who is elected, ran behind
Grant over four thouiand in tho Southern
railway district, which named both candi
dates in tbia city tho question was taken
out of politics. Kendall, in Nevada, who
has a good record against monopoly, was
elected, although aDmnoc A, and the state
is two thousand for Grant, and J. 1'. Jones,
opposed to railway monopoly, secures a
place in the United Stales senate.
Cuicauo, Nov. 9. Returns from all
the counties in Illinois, official and re
ported give (Jrant a majority of lZ,'Jo4, ,
Oglesby for governor and Buvoridge for ,
lieutenant-governor ran about 10,000 be-1
hind Grant. Tbe rest of Republican state
ticket is elected by same majority as for
preiident. A Springfield special lays the
Republicans will have 37 majority on
Joint ballot in the legislature.
Nashville, Nov. 9. Further election
returns received this mornirg make it
certain that Ilrown is re-elected governor
by from 3,000 to 5,000 majority. Greeley's
majority will be about 8,000. Wbitthorne,
Democrat, is re-elected In the Sixth
district instead of Glbbs, Republican.
The Republicans and Independent have
a majority in the legislature.
iloNTi'EUCR, Vt Nov. 9. Returns of
the presidential vote in all bull towns give
Grant 40,344, Greeley 10,700, U'Conor
C8'J; same towns in 1C88 gave Grant
43,080, Seymour 11.87C. "
New Okleanh, Nov. 9, Forty-eight
parishes outside of Orleans, gives Grant a
net a majority of 9,114, in tbe parish of
Orleans 10,705. All tho votes counted,
give Greeley a net majority of 4.C93.
Grant's net majority, aa far as heard from,
is 4 '21. Kellogg outside of the city, runs
nearly 2,000 behind Grant. Total vote of !
tbe parish of Orleans is 37,000.
Galveston, Nov. 9. Returns too
meagre to givo with certainly. Result of
italo conceded to Greeley by '20,000. The
entire congressional deligation generally
conceded, Giddings being only one in
doubt. Democrats claim two-thirds in the
house and majority In lenate. Democrat
ic majority in Galveilon county, is 1,1C0
OPINION OF THE NEW YORK
WORLD ON THE SITUA
TION. COMMITTEE OF SEVENTY TO
ARRANGE FOR NEW
SPEECH OF CHARLES O'CONOR ON
DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER SUS
PENDED. HOPEFUL OF A IIETTER ADMIN
ISTRATION. THE WORLD'S VIEWS Or THE ELECTION.
New York, Nov. 9. The World re
view tbe political situation, and say tho
wide gulf between Mr. Greeley and tbe
great body of bit aupporter preclude a
continuance of tho transient and unnatural
connection, and render' it impossible to
consolidate the Liboral Republican coali
tion into a permanent political party. The
coalition put us all in lalte position and
we must bon'est.y get out a loon as we
Gen. Dix and Mr. Havemeyer have
been interviewed in regard to their policy,
but declino to make any promise!.
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY DEAD.
Dix tbinkt tho Democratic party Is so
demoralized and ditorganlzod that it will
go to piece, and a new party will be
formed within tbe next lour year, not on
the Liberal Republican organization, bnt
on an entirely new basis.
O'CONOR ON REFORM.
New York, Nov. 9. At. an annual
dinner given by the Mercantile Library
association last evening, Chariot O'Conor
delivered a speech on the progress of the
reform movement In the metropolis. He
concluded with the sentiment that Gen.
Dix and Francis Kernan, were endowed
alike ith Integrity unquestioned, and
moral abort reproaob; they were fit rivals
for high nation. We trust they have In
augurated new era in candidacy ap
pltuin. Addressee wera alio made by
Wra. E. Dodge, lev. Dr. Potter, Rer.
loner will be changed, and a different
charter from any yet offered will be pre
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 9. The Repub
lican made a groat demonstration hero
to-night in glorification of the re-olectlon
of President Grant and Congreiiman
Parker. A salute of thlrty-ieven gum
was flrod, tho band paraded, and speeches
woro made by C. II. Wilkinson, Judge
Parkor, Jefferson Chandler and others.
Parker'a official majority for congress is
161. Probably 20,000 dollars changed
hand! In this city on tho congrcsilonal
election In thit district. Judge Parkor,
Major Uittenger, and JoOorson Chandler,
were lorenadod this evening.
J. St. LaNOSTON.
Washing ton, D. C, Nov. 0. Tho re
port that J. M. Langston, colored, will be
appointed solicitor general In place of
Col. Drittow, Ii already elected, but his
namo will not bo publicly known until of
JOHN A. IIIHOIIAM.
Tho report that John A. Illngham will
bo appointed minister to Russia it also un
true. NEWSPAPER SUSVENDEt).
Tho stock-holders of tho Patriot, a
Democratic newspaper, to-day resolvod to
suspend publication after Monday next.
Tho material will be fold. Tho Patriot
ha been in existonce two years, and has
been published at a losi of f C8,000.
TO HE INVESTIGATED.
New Orleans, Nor. 9. Matamoras
letters receivod here from Preiidenl Lerdo
and miniitor of foreign relations, itato that
tho Mexican frontier commission will
strictly investigate the complaints as to
cattle stealing, and that tho Mexican gov-
enrmcnt willjaid thatof the United State's
in putting an end to all disturbances.
Tho Mexican government is resolved to
faster internal improvements, and to con
nect Mexico and tho United State, to en
courage foreign immigration.
iioraruL or a hitter administration.
Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 9. Defeated
parties in Tennessee are becoming recon
ciled to the result of the elections and
hope that good may follow. At an indi
cation of hopefulness wc may state that a
Northern gentleman of large capital who
had concluded to emigrate to St. Louis,
has since the election, determined to re
main in Tennesiec, bolieving a new policy
will bo inaugurated for the development
and success of the state.
MOhHIHON R. WAITE.
Toledo, O., Nov. 9 Hon. Morri'on R.
Waitr, counsel In tbe Geneva arbitration
caie, arrived at home to-day, and wai met
by a large concourse of cltitcns and es
corted to tho UiKxly house, whero a formal
address of welcome was delivered by Mayor
Jones, in responso to which Mr. Va:te
apuko briefly of tbe labori of the American
cuunsel beforo the court of arbitration at
Geneva, and of tho verdict rendered by
31 A It-
A DISGUSTING SCENE IN
SUPPOSED MURDER IN KANSAS
EDITOR SHOT IN LEXINGTON,
ARRESTKD FOR MURDER.
TRIAL OF WOODHULL 4 CO.
New York, Nov. 9. Tho case of
Woodhull & Claflin brought by L. C.
Challis tor libel, carao up yesterday, and
the examination of witness? has seldom
been surpassed for fllthincss of details.
Tho room was not ball large enough to
contain tbe immense crowd which tilled
every seat, crammed the broad aisles,
choked tho door and even quarrelled for
The first witness was L. C. Challis
whom Howe, counsel for Woodbull, began
questioning, descending at once into tho
most personal matters. Tho effect of
Howe's questioning on tho mass of tho
spectator was shamefully absorbing.
When a particularly broad qucstoin was
put revealing the degredation of plaintiff
and defendants, the bystanders eagerly
crowded their necks forward to catch
every syllable and to witness what effect
tbe utterance of such words would havo
upon hor. Woodhull and Claflin bore
the ordoal without flinching, frequently
leaning forward te suggest now questions.
Howo's questions cannot bo repeated even
in substance. The examination was one
of tho most indecent evor known in an
American court room,
WHERE FLAINTIKK FIRST MET DEFENDANT.
Challis said bo first met Claflin at a
French ball at tbe Academy of Music last
winter. He bad since seen hor once at her
office and five or six times at bor house
He denied that he had ever accosted her as
Dear Tcnnie; but IIowo produced a letter
which was addressed in tboio words.
Challis laid ho received a loiter trom Miss
Claflin asking a contribution of two
hundred dollars, for cxponses of her lect
ure at the Academy. Ho did not answer
the letter and she came in person. Ho
positively refused to give it, and the went
off. Ten days afterward he received a
proof copy of tbe alleged libel on him,
word for word. Four other witnesses
were oxamined, but nothing ot importance
was shown, and the cave was adjourned
EDITOR 8 HOT.
Kansas City, Nov. 9. Lafayette W.
Grovos, editor of the Lexington, Mo. 1 In
telligencer, ' was shot and instantly killed
last evening by Edwin Turner, publisher
of the 'Register' at that place. Political
difficulties were the cause. Turner wa
brought to this city last night by tho hcr
iff for fear of violenco from tho citlxen.
Parties from Lexington represent great
excitement and fear are entertained of
Kansas City, Nov. 0. The body of a
young man named Win, Moultry was
found in a room near bouse of lll-fame
yesterday, who is supposed to have been
murdered for bis money. Ho appears to
THE HUB OF THE UNIVERSE
FRIGHTFUL FREAKS OF THE
FIRE FIEND IN KOSTON
WOIIIiE BUSINESS 13 LOOKS
FIRE ENGINES DRAWN RY HAND.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE IN DANGER.
LOSS ESTIMATED AT MILLIONS.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN NEW
AN AOE1) COUPLE KILLED
THROUGH A MISTAKE.
THE HUM OF THE UNIVERSE IN FLAMES.
Boston, Nov. 9. Very extensivu con
fiagration is now raging at tho corner of
Hummer and Kingston street, extending
east and west on Kingston street nnd
north and south on Summer street. En
gines aro hauled by band.
There is no abatement to conflagration,
it is the most extensivo flro that has viiited
Iioston for twenty years, being in tho solid
dry goods portion of tho city. It has ex
tended entire length of Winthorp square,
which embraces A. T. Stewart's, J. M
Ucebe's, Anderson, Heath is Co.'s, and
Houghton, Perkins & Co.'s stores. No es
timate of tho loss can bo given, but report
ers say it will go into millions. The
suburban Urn department bus been called
upon. The lire is now at its height. The
buildings nre principally of grunito. A
nortbwt't wind is prevailing. Tho preis
hero call It a second Chicago.
THE riRE STILL KAOINO.
Boston, Nov. 9, II p.m. The lire is
now within two blocks of the Western
Union telegraph office. Operators are
taking up t'leir instruments and preparing
to vacate. Lino men and material have
been ordered to Iioston from adjoining
towns, so that if connection with Now
York is lost, which now seems very
likely, it will probably bo soon rctoroJ,
certainly at an early hour in tbe morning,
if not to-night. The fire has now travelled
half a milo through tho heart of the busi
ness portion of the city, and Is spreading
with frightful rapidity.
'J' ho fire is now progressing towards
Hroad street, having swept both fides of
Summer street to High street and pur
chase street. Goods are being romoved
from sto'es in every direction in tho vicin
ity or the fire. Engines havo been tele
graphed far from Providence, Worcester
and other places.
The flro is moving up Franklin street,
and has nearly reached Howley streot.
Cathedral building, corner ot Devensbiro
and Franklin streets, is on flro, with no
hopes of saving it. Tbe flames are also
spreading on Federal and Congress street!.
Every kind of vehicle ii impreued mov
ing goods. The fire has reached the
Rroad street wharves, South Congreis
street, and vessels are on fire. Hartford
and Erio railroad depot is burned.
It is feared tho en tiro area from Sum
ner street on tho south, to Washington
street on tho west, to Milk street on the
north, to tbo water on the east, will be
laid waste Pearl street has to far es
caped. Heat it intense.
one o'clock a. VI.
Tbe flames havo reached Washington
street, north of Franklin. The Transcript
building is on Are, alo all tho splendid
granite warofcoiues on Franklin squarct
Winthrop square and vicinity aro burned.
Fears are now entertained that the flames
will sweep everything to State street, If
not further north.
New York, Nov. 9. A fire on Twenty-eighth
street extending to Twenty,
soventh street this morning burned Car's
stair building factory, Brossington's plan
ing mill, Macy's packing box factory,
Martin's machine shop, Welch's planing
mill, a largo tenement house, a grocery,
and a dwelling house. Lois $80,000.
steamer katik total loss.
M sunns, Nov. 9. Dupatchos received
at n late hcur last night, state that the
steamer Katie sunk at Helena, yesterday
morning. Sho bad broken in two and
would provo a total loss. Sho originally
cost noarly $200,000, and was partly owned
by Cnpt. Connor, her commander, and was
insured for $60,000 in tho Cincinnati and
thirty-eioiit men killed in a mine.
Paris, Nov. 9. At the village of Mon
ceaux, wbllo tho miners were at work in
tho mine, an explosion of flro damp took
place, causing the death of thirty-eight
KILLED TIIKOUnit A MISTAKE.
Terre Hautk, I nd. , Nov. 9. Last
night Avory Plummer and wife, of Ellis
bury, Jefferson county, N. Y., were pas
senger on tho western bound night ex
press train, over tho Vandalia line, and
should havo left tho train at this point,
and taken tho morning train for Evans
ville, whither they wero bound, but they
failodtoobey tho directions of the con
ductor, and he found them on tho train
after it had started west from here. He
then arranged for them to Hop at Mar
shall, tho first stopping place, and come
back on the next train this way. liofuro
reaching Marshall, tho conductor missod
tho aged couple from tho cars and search
failed to tind them. Men hunted fortbem
throughout tho wight, and at daylight,
found their dead bodies under Clear creek
trustle. They bad ovidcntly mistaken the
slowing of tbo train customary at litis
point, for tho stopping place, had stepped
off and fallen on tho jagged rock fifty
fivo feet bolow the track, meeting instant
New Haven, Nov. 9 Tho horso dis
ease has reached its height, thore are no
cars running. Thoro is hardly u horto to
bo seen on tho streets.
Washington, Nov. 0. Horse diieaeo
weather continue fair. Twonty.four
deaths from epizootic wcro roported yes
torday. Cincinnati, Nov. 9. About.flfty caiei
of epizootic appoarod in this city, moit of
them In prlvoto stables, with the excep
tion of one or two catea on tho Pendleton
route. The street car horsos have not been
attacked. Tho United Statoa Express
company nro using mules, they having
received orders not to work tholr horse.
Tho wonthcr is clear nnd ploasant lo-dny.
GEN. MEADE'S FUNERAL.
NEWSPAPER NOT SOLD.
OEN. MEADK'B FUNERAL.
Philadelphia, Nov. 9. Tho arrange
ments for tho Amoral of Gen. Meado havo
been noarly completed. Gen. McDowell
states that n detatebment of 400 regular
troops comprised of details of artillerv.
j cavalry and an engineer corps wlil arrive
to-morrow night from Now York.
bulletin not sold.
Kansas City, Nov. 9. Tho Evening
liulletia was not sold at trustees sale as
advertised, tho snlo having been enjoined
by other creditors and tho proceeding in
bankruptcy began agalnit it,
LORD MAYOR'S DAY IN LONDON.
CHOLERA IN DRESDEN.
LORD MAYOR'S DAY.
London, Nov. 9. The civil parade In
cident on the lord mayor's day is now in
progress and Is being witnessed by thou
sands. Tho anniversary of tho birth of tho
Prince of Wales is also being enthusias
tically celebrated. Uusincss is suspended.
Tho stock exchange and other public
places aro closed.
IMIOLERA IN DRESDEN. '
New York, Nov. 9. A London special
says six case of cholera havo appeared at
Dresden up to Sunday. Throo of them
proved fatal. Two of thoso who died
wero Americans, a child and a young
lady. Tbo first case came from Pcith.
Queijec. Nov 9. The ship Argo, which
sailed hence on tbo 20th of September
with lumber, was abandoned at sea. The
captain und two men wero drowned.
New York, 12:15 p.m., Nov. 9 Flour '
dull. Wheat quiet and iteudv ut $1 1C(V
1 S2, held 1 63; red $1 COl TO; Hml,er
?I 10(71,1 e'0. Corn steady at Gn,Mc.
Oats dull; new 42fa)47c. Receipts ot Hour
2,000, wheat 10-J,U00, corn 38,000, oats i!C,
000. Meispork quiet at $10 87(Ti;lo &7
10. Lard quiet but firm at ttje. llert
c. Whiskey nominally Arm 95c. Gold
New York, Nov. 9. 10:45 a.m. Gold ,
IK Si: U" T 78' Ad,us expreu 95. j
wells turno express 87. American ex-
press 70. U. S. express 79. lVitic mall !
and . 1. Central 91 . r.rlo B1J
Union Pacific 37.
New York, Nov. 9, 12:C0 p. m. Gold finetl 51 "d colt. Paid.
135; U S Cs of '81 15; coupons 1CJI7;
U S of 'ft! TJ; do Q5 !'; do '05 new Is-1 DeliohtkuuW o havo been requested
sue 14J10; do '07 Ifijiajloj; do '08 blank; to stato for tho information of tho public
coupons 1415J; 10-40s S; do coupons that this is dolightful weather.
8ij; currency Cs 14J)14J; sterling ex-
change 8I()10 J; new 5s 9J. Resigned. J. C. Lahue, day police-
CCJSZAT,'.NV- -T Kltmr very duU man, has handed in his resignation. Ho
i'ttliM. aT tt "old 'iSfUVv" Tpted a po,lli0" w,th u,0,w
3738c. Oats dull; prices 27(T,33c. Cot- Manufacturing company.
ton nominal; middling 18jc. Whiskey I.v TowN.-Capt. Jack Grammer, presi-
firm 91c. Men pork quiol: now 14:stort .i. .., n .... . i-
$12 75 December. Cut meats auiet and
. . ' .
ttoady; shoulder 4jc; clear be; bacon,
firm and scarce. Shoulders 5Jc; clear rib
101c; clear 11c. Hogs steady at H 20
4 45. Receipts 0,051. Lird Arm; steam
7jc; kettle 7j7c.
jnew u I leans. ov. 3. No arrivals or
departures. Receipts, tobacco 0, cotttn ,
Flour dull, super 5 $4 40); low 1
JO 75; good $7 37J7 50: choice SWWI 50,
Corn in moderate demand, C770i'. Pork
market bare, selling to arrive at $'-'0.
Lard quiol. 8j'Jc; kegs lOjQllc. Whis
key quiet, choice $1. Cotton in moderate
demtrnd, lSJc; sterling 21; sight dis
count. St. Louis, Nov 9. Flour dull. Wheat
low No 2 spring lojc, No 3 fall 00c. Corn
dull :3c. Oats quiet 2oc. Rye and Hur
ley unchanged. Whiskey steady 90c.
Pork steady 10; dry salt quiet; order
lots 5J818!; bacon alow, littlo here.
Lard steady, prime steam 75c spot.
Chicago, Nov. 9, TJ.35 p.m. Flour
steady with fair inquiry. Wheat easier
and unsettled, $1 OOt cash; $1 06 De
cember; 1 OCfTyl 00" seller year; No 1
SI 10Jl 17. Corn steady and lefs act
ivoat aije cash November; 31 jc Decem
ber. Oats dull, 205Jlc cash; 2Lc De-
cemoer; ijwii-ju January. Kyo quiet
aim urm, suicaoio at f.(c. Hurley dull,
No2 00ospot; nominally f9c November.
Provisions quiet and steadv. P.irk nlil
held at $10; new $14 pot;'$t!2 021 Do-
I'i'iiiuur, immuiHiiy ji j oj .luntlarv or
March. Lard firm, saleable 7c; hold 8o
March. S. P. hams quiet and firm at 1 lfTi
12c; green meats steady; bams 8J9;
shouldors nominal at 4c; short rib tijo;
present deliverv; old dry salted dull and
nominal. Whiskey quiet, held at S'Jj
00c. Night Report.
St. Louis, Nov. 0. Flour dull; but
little doing. Whcatdull; 2 spring f I 101;
No :i, fall $1 CO. Corn dull; No '2 mixed
1130. Oats dull; No 2 mixed '25'J5Jc.
Uarley dull; No 2 spring 6758c. Rye
nothing doing. AVhiskey steady at 90c.
Pork quiol; small lots 10 day in aalt;
moat Heady; small lots sell; shoulders 6jc;
clear rib 8c; clear 8Jc; bacon slow; few
anil small sale; clear Ujc. Lard quiet;
prima steam 7Jc. Hogs lower; f4(aVI '.'o
packer lots. Cattle unchanged i'iQfi,
fair to extra.
Chicago, Nov. 0. Flour quiet. Wheat
active and higher, closed quiet, No 1
spring $1 17; No 2 sprinc $1 00, Corn
fair demand and higher, No 2 mixed 31 c.
December oats steady. Not!'J0(n)21; ac
cording to date of receipt. Rye dull, No 2
63c. itarley dull, shade lower, No 2 full
GO), Provisions firm and in fair demand.
Mess pork SI Tie forolw;$l4 for now spot;
$12 00 January or March; $12 60 Decem
ber. Lard steady 707J. Green meat
ttoady Hams 8jHJ. i-hculder 3a4
Short ribs 0j(o)0; dry" salted dull and un
changed. Whiskey good demand 80jc;
generally held 90c
New Yohk, Nov. 9. Flour loss active
and lower, superfine western and stalo
$6 800 16; common' to good $0 707;
good to choice $7 057 76; extra St.
Louis $0 50U. WhUkoy scarcu and
firmer at 9600Jc. Wheat leu active,
No 2 MilwauYle and No 3 mixed $1 45;
No 2 Chicago $1 Yo 40 extra. Corn
less active, steamer mixed western C3lfL
04 Jr; tail do r4jG5o. Oats dull, old
westorn mixed 4TI8J.i-; new do 4243c.
Pork quiet and firm, mest $10. Reef dull
and unchanged; middles firm; long clear
to arrlvo Kjc; deliverable first week In
ii rv nc: lone cipar uocember io
dull and steady, about yoiterday's prices
governments ttoady with bid prices of
6-20i of May to Novembor ( per cent
lower on second call price, back to last
night's quotation; market cloicd Ann and
New York, Nov. 0 Sterling b. b. 8:
slxoof8l, lfc-J; fivc-twentle of '02, 12!
d tto '04, 12; ditto G5, 12; ditto now, Uh
ditto '07, 1 1CJ; ditto '68, 14; ton-fortles
8J; currency Cs, 14J; now (is oj; Mo.Cs, 9.
Cincinnati, Nov. 9. River 8 rnot 9
Inches and Jailing. Lawrence .nd Po
tomac doparted for Memphis and Kdin
burg for New Orleans.
ViCKsiiuno, Nov. 9. Down, Mary
E. Poe, Gov. Allen. Up, Ouchlta, Uello
Pargoud. dear, cool and falling.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 9. Falling, 6
feet scant; canal 3 feet scant, chute clear.
Weather cool. Ruslness only tolornblo.
Arrrlvcdi Kuviia, Irvine and barges.
Pomeroy. Doparted : Emma, Irvlno and
St. Louis, Nov. 0. Hello Vernon, Cin
cinnati; Maliio Ragon, Cairo; Shannon,
New Urleans. Tho prosldent of tho dif
ferent steamboat lines centering hero havo
been appointed atdolcgates to the Cairo
convention, on the 12th Inst. In addition
to these Capts. II. R. Pcgrane, Jno. F. Ra
ker and E. A. Sheblu wero appointed dele
gates at largo to represent the St. Louis
steamboat captains' benevolent associa
tion. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. . Rlvor
swelling, 15 inches on Uarpeth shoals.
Evansvillb, Nov. 9. Weather clear
and cool; mercury 42 to 60. River fallen
10 inches. Port list down: Warner and
barges 6 a.m.,; Grey Eaglo 3 p.m.,; John
Howard 3p.m.,; H. C. Wilson 3:30 p.m.,;
Mary Anient 0 p.m. Up : Fayolto 9 a m ,;
Charmer 10 a.m.,: Florence Leo 1 p.m.,;
.V.. , . . - . 1
ii. nura 4 p.m. uusineis rair. j
.Memphis, Nov. 9. Tho weather is1
clear and warm. River stationary. Do-
parted : City of Qulney, Pink Varble, II.
M. Shrove, St. Louis; II. C. Yaeger, Now
Orleans; Dardarill, Ouk river; Mary
Hoyd, Whito river; Emille LaRarge,
Vlcksburg; Hunlsvillo, Red River; br.th
Pittmiuro. Nov. 9. Mononi-nhela is
riling slowly this evening, with C feet 0
mines in cnanncl. Weather con! and
clear. Tho st'nmcr Exchange will proba
bly leavo for St. Louis In the night. No
Wamiinoton, D. C, Nov. 9. In tho
Northwest and thenco over the Westorn
lakes brisk northeasterly und southeast
erly wind, cloudy weather and rain will
pievall to-morrow, extending to the lower
Ohio valley and Michigan. On the lower
lakes and thence to tho upper Ohio vnl
loy and in New England clear weather
and northerly windi. In tho Middle and
South Atlantic states northerly to easterly
winds, cloudy weather and "light rain.
Clearing weather In tho Gulf states with
northwesterly winds. Warning signals
enntinuo at Dunleith and are ordered for
Chicago, Milwaukeo and Grand Haven
Lively. Ohio loveo presented a lively
Arrived. Messrs. Orr & Linton'
wharfboat has arrived and is moored at
tho foot of Tenth street.
Fink Display. Louis Herbert makes
a fine display of delicacies in front of his
Police Court. Judge Shannessy pre-
ided. John Boylo for drunkennes was
uiMib ui wiu riVHiiBvnif i:tirn ind uuin.
phis packet company, it stopping at tho
His Trial. Hilly Harrison, who
killod Jos. Swoboda in this city sometime
ago, will havo his trial at Mound City,
t"ecing Jiuuuay, ovmnuer
Holland ov Hyacintiie. 'Scrihnor'
Monthly' for November will bavo an edi
torial on Father Hyaclntho, inwhlch Dr.
Holland strongly defend tho priost' re
cent marriage, and hurls scorn at his
Steamiioat Glasoow for Sale. ny
referenco to our advertisements, it will be
seen that tho above named excellent stern
wheeler is in durance vllo and will bo sold
on tho 30th of this month, by tbo U. S.
marshal at Cairo, "cboap for cash."
Returned. A. Marx, a well known
citizen ot Cairo, after an absence of seven
month in Germany, bis native land, has
returned. Ho brought with him a wifo,
to tho manor of tho fadcrland born. Mr.
Marx will again make Cairo his home, and
go into business hero.
The Kentucky & Tennessee Rail
road. Wo learn from Mr. J. O. Hark
less, of Ilul lard county, that, now the elec
tion excitement is over, thoro is no doubt
this important road of great importance
to Cairo will be Immediately commenced
and speedily completed.
Rev. II. R. Thayer will deliver a dis
course this morning on the following sub
ject: " Running tbo Race." Intboovon-
ing Mr. Thayor will deliver the first of a
series of sormons to young men. The
subject of tho first discourse will be
"Temptation tbo Great Dangor."
An Outrage. Tho presort condition
of tho plunk road on tho Ohio loveo. The
road is in a terrible condition, and some
thing ought to bo done towards repairing
it Immediately. If not attended to oom
it will bo utterly Impassible after anotbor
rain or two.
Religious Notice. Rov. H. R. Thayor
will deliver a discourso this morning in
tho Presbyterian church, on tho following
subject: "Running tho Raco." In tho
evening Mr. Tl.ayor will doliver tbe first
of a teriot of evening tormons to young
men. The first dlicourte will bo on
'Temptation, the Great Dangor." Young
men are kindly invited.
Oyer Dosb or Joy. Friday night, as
tho jollification procession was marching
down Commercial avenue, we noticed a
colored woman on the sidewalk, keeping
step with tbe band and shouting: "Glory
to God I Thank God we niggers got
Cairo now, and don't ak you Democrats
any odd." At time tbo while of her
eye showed as large a u anow ball, and
at limn ho jumped over bore and ob
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.
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first of ISbvomber, is delivered
at 25cts. per weok. Our sub
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their quarters readv when tho
collector calls, to-morrow.
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livered to yearly subscribers
at ten dollars por year if paid
in advance. Yearly sub
scribers who do not pay in ad
vance will be charged full
Quarterly Meeti.io, The service
of tho tint nuarterlv mectlnc for this
charge, '.began in tho Methodist church
yesterday evening at 7 o clock. Tho Rev.
Mr. Grant, presiding elder, will preach
this morning at 10 o'clock, after which
tho sacrament of tho Lord' (upper will bo
administered. Preaching again thit eve
ning. All are invited to attend this series
Auction Sale. I will offer for salo at
the residence of Fred. Thcobold, on tho
corner of Walnut nnd Sixth streets, Tues
day, Nov. 12th, at half past nino o'clock,
a largo assortment of fine furnituro con
sisting of a full lino of parlor, dining
room and Kitchen furnituro. Aim ono
flno milch cow. Salo without rcicrvc.
ll-9-'Jt. D. Hartman, Auctioneer.
Will Commence Operating-. Tho
proprietors of the Karnes' hub factory have
associated themselves with a firm of St.
Loulii. Mr. Everett of Kalamazoo, Mich
igan, has arrivod and will act as superin
tendent. Tho o lublishmont is now styled
mo tames Manufacturing; company
Tho managers will commence on Monday
morning, and oxpect to prcparo ready for
shipment, 800 hubs por day.
Query. lias a man a right to tako a
dray pin and beat n mulo half to death
with it because a mulo is a mulo? Why
don't tho polico onfurco tho ordinanco in
regard to cruelty to anlmali ? If a cas
or two wero brought beforo Judgo Ilross,
wo would, in the future, not sco so many
mules with ono oyo out, and broken bones.
The man who will do this is no better than
Y. M. C. A. Special prayer meeting.
Tho Lowell convention recommended the
observance of the second Sabbath In Nov.
as a day of special prayer for God's bles
sing upon tbe association in all lands. In
compliance therewith, tho Cairo associa
tion will hold a prayor meeting at their
room, over W. R. Rockwell & Co.'s book
storo, this Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
to continue one hour. Everybody invited,
especially is ovory member requested to bo
Devotional Committee, Y. M. C. A.
The Mississippi Central Railroad.
This road, which, when it has mado its
northern terminus at this city, will bo of
greut benefit to us, is boing pushed forward
to completion In the 'most energetic man
ner. AVo loarn from Mr. J. O. Ilarklest
of Rallard county, that the grading and
trcstllng are both under way in that coun
ty, about six miles from this placo. About
four hundred men aro now employed on
that part of tbo work. DuPoister and
Dodkin aro doing tho grading, and Saul-
paugh Neoley is doing tho trettling. Tbe,
contractors are working towards Cairo
and tho road-bed is to be completed to this
city by the first of Juno noxt.
A New Senmation. Rarely nro our
amusement loving people afforded tho
opportunity of interesting nnd partaking
of an entertainmont, which includes in its
programme, sucn a versatile and uncom
mon selection of arenic peculiarities and
attractions, ignoring tho old, steriotyped
and monotonous repetition of peripatetic
performers; and presenting an array of
talent and performances, new and refresh
ing, by a company selected from tho
celebrities of the artistic world. Dan
Rice's Paris Pavilian circus and animal
show has a reputation, world-wide, and
stands pre-eminent as a truly moral and
first-claii circus. We aro pronounced
quite a aenta'ion aurpriso in tho appear
ance of an anatomical phenomenon, called
"Tho Man Fiend," which it a featuro,
among the many other, a ono, worthy of a
vitit to this show. Dan Rico will exhibit
in this city but ono afternoon and night.
Romombor, Monday, Nov. 11th.
A contradiction. Wo havo hoard
that a gontloman from whom wo expected
Mr treatment, has been saying that we
have agreed to support Mr. Oglesby in
the legislature for United States senator
ial wo agreed with Mr. Pope and other
Radicals to do this, Tho charge Is foun
dationlcss. Tho thought of supporting
Mr. Oglesby for that or any other position
has never onterod our mind, and no Re
publican, either beloro tho late election or
since it, ha evor oven tuggdsted such a
course to us ; and, indeed, wo do not hesi
tate to say, that if wo wero to come to the
belief, that Mr. Oglesby ought to be sen
ator, wo would resign our sent in
tho house rather than disregard what wo
understood to bo tbo tacit instructions of
the electors who elected us to vote for
Trumbull. In roferenco to the wisdom of
ascuming our presont position we did not
consult any Republican, and bad no Re
publican's advice. We acted after due
deliberation, and after consulting evral
pro'itinent Democrat of tbe city alter
reading to them tho article ontitled "Tho
Liberal Rout," und receiving from them
word of encouragement and approval.
Wo have taken the correct position, and
Democrats who can rise above party prej
udice and look at tho itualion calmly,
wllUurely conio to this conclulon.
The Sensation or the Day. Friday
night, up to 1 o'clock In tbo morning,
knot of mon, in saloons and on street
corner, in every part of the city, were
discussing Oberly's speech to tho Grant
jollification procession, and yesterday all
day tbe whole city seemed to be engsged
in tho tame business. Tbe Old-Sore
Democrats were fearfully severe on our
friend, and denouueed bim at t-ra-tor to
tbe Democrats party. A few, nd on
whose cbaraoter wo ave often defended
when the suspicion of 'corruption was east
at bin. was ii the stmt intis&atlftf jf nt
. r , )v ..i it ' ii
selves branded a traitors, ttld our friiv.d
was right In hi position. When the
denunciatlng complainer were asked what
Oberly had ald, thoy raplled-moet of
thorn that thoy didn't know and didn't
caro a d n. And so the deluge of abute
poured down on our good friend's head.
Well, let him tako it. Ho must learn how
to win tho victory of onduranco born, and
ho will, Ho will find when ho hs been in
politics at long at we, and Davl of tbe
Sun,' have, that ho cannot escape vllliflca
lion. Ho mutt bo calm and a placid a
polble, nnd fight like the devil whon be
doe strlko back at hi assailants. In the
meantime, he must allow us to compliment
him by saying that at a sensationist be it
a success. He ha raited a big tempcit by
a little blowing.
UNITED STATUS MARSHAL'S SALE.
Ily lrttirc ol n writ of sale lnifil out of
tint iliitrfM ...nirt ,.r tl.n rl..l ci....
tlin Nnlilln.rii .lUlrl-t r llll..l. I.. .i...i
.... ............ ,, ,L,U, (.MIMI, III iiuiiiiiuuv,
dated on thu first day of November, A.-I).
..).., iii ne puiii in Miiiuo raio io tlie
highest ami best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
In taUl dMrlct.on tho 30th day of November
. "-i.1"'.2' nt ,l) "'clock a.m.. the following
Uccribrd propcrity, to-wlt :
Tho Meainboat (llaow, her boats tackle,
apparel and furniture.
Tim same hating been condemned and
ordered by the court to be old.
KDWARD R. ROK,
c , U. H. Marshal.
Springfield, Ills., November 0th, 172.
. sttitrfS , S.MM
Anticipating u decline in prices of
ot all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carry out our promises of cheap prlntlne
wc feci It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
hiMlPVIIIlf tllflf 4 lfinlf InnMstn tf l,i..H...
ivilMio an eritilvalcnt. ,
wur lung experience in mtsincM anu
together with our advantages in tho
purchase and selection of stock, our
customer may rest ammrcil we will try
to merit a continuance nt their vcrv liberal
patronage. We Invito your attention to the
following reised listot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on pood 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size pcrM ft notoO 50. For other
qualities add the difference In the cost of the
ST AT EM ENT S
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same .juallty of
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M 2 M to 3 60. I
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sheet and sixteenth sheet at from .l no to
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ny a carerui examination oi the above lilt
our patron will tind that our
per si n ouiot oo, according to site and
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on ordinary size per M $4 00to. 60, accord
ing to Myie anu quality, commercial per M
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ler M, according to lze and weight, (5 OOto
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pcr.M 3 00to4 00, according to order.
tirulshcd retail at wholesale prlcci. Charge
or printing, ft 00to2 00 per M.
SHIPPINO TAOS j
PRICES Ji.Ti.-JEt LOWBE
than those ot any establishment ot the kind
lu St. l.oiiW, Cincinnati or Chicago,
lltminos men will find the Uullktix the
best advertising medium iu Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR, WEEKLY
(sheet 20x10, 8 column) Is furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR- PER YEAR
and now ha a larcer subscription list in
Southern Illinois, MUsourl and Kentucky
than any paper ever before published In
Cairo, cJ new clubs are coming In every
MRS. M o G E E,
On KlKhth Htreet, twiwten Commercial and Wash
DKton Atemitx, U iat!r reoolvlaa:
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
latest tall and wintee styles,
Menus a lull line of
BOtN-ZESTIETS 2c HATS
I Trimmed and untrimmed.l
FllCNCd FLOWERS. HIBBUN3, TRlMtllNUtJ
of all kinds. Laces, etc.. ate.
Mrs. McOee has alto a large aeortmeat o
Fancy Articles, inch aa
NECK Tl.y. COLLARS. UNDERRLUVX8,
KUFFH, HASH EH, FAM4,
And fcU other article aiuall round la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TOR
Mrs. Mi flre, In addition to her stock of
Fancy and .Millinery (Soods. has a tlr one and
conijiVle assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ludieii' and Misses' .Shoes and Chil
dren' Huotx, lllack and in Colore. Thee
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
.Shoes in tho market, and this it the only
place In thu city that makes them a specialty.
MRS. M. 8 WANDER,
has opened out aa extensive stock of
All ot wbloh are entirely saw and of the verr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNSTM IIBBOMI,
II 1 I M