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JOHN H. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS; WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1872
THK HUSTON 11 UK.
ImilricM men to meot their reveries man-
fJ fully, ninl conquer thant. At tlio meeting
of tbu shoo and leather association to-day,
John Cuintiiingi, presided. A committed
was appointed to aocura from tlio city gov
ernment tlio Fort Hill property, now va
cant of building), on which to erect wnre
houses nnd rcsurno bunltess. At a meet-
APPOINTMENT UK SULiCITUlt
I POLICY OF SKCHKTAUV
FEAKB OF A FINANCIAL
EPFBCT OF THE J)M
NEW VOHK STOOWs.
DIOOlNti OUTHB COItMKS.
ing of tlio citizen's- committon to-day,.
Wtn. Oray read with great emotion n j UKTIJHN
dlpatch from Wint. Dexter, chairman ,
of Relief association Chicago, stntlng that
body had appropriated $100,000 for thu '
relief of Ronton and tendering it sympa
thy In remembrance of services tendered
Chicago In III calamity. Vro-
lunged nppluuse. Robert Laird j
Collier of Chicago. telejjn.phed that I
tho relief cotnmilteo of that city wero on
their way to Boston. Oov. l'erham of
Maine, was present, nnd tendered the
sympathy of his state, Rh offer of aid
Ifrom its citizens. Numerous other cheer
ing reports wero ri'al. Naylor A: Co. of
Liverpool, sent In a check for $5,000
through their Boston house
' OF PRESIDENT
IKeportrd Especially 'or "' B"'""-
.f.irr.cr or Tin: "i use.
New'york, Nov. VI. The Bra In Bo,
ton has wiped out the stocks or all thu
leading bouses In dry good, clothing,
wool, hats and caps, boots and shoes,
leather, coach and carriage furnishing,
hardware, Iron and steel, paints and drugs
nd wholesale liquors, and n careful est!
mato, make the value of the goods dc
stroyed about $50,000,000. The dry goods,
leather, wool, coach furnishing and crock
ry dealers burnt out, were among tho
heaviest iu tho country, while the clothing
trade of Boston has always been ranked
at larger than the combined aggregate of
any other two cities. These people all
h.ld large slocks, as trade had been back
ward in Boston for tho past month.
THE ESTIMATED LO,
New York, Nov. H.-lbe latest act
most trustworthy accounts yet received
from Boston indicate that the total loss
from Are will not be over $70,000,000. As
merchants and property holders inveti
rate tbeir affairs, they Und many of the
stlmates in excess of what tho tacts war-
-nl. Several private telegrams received
lo.ight express the belief that when the
financial situation is fully understood, the
will ho embraced wiwin
Marsh V Co. donated $10,000 through
Chief Dumrcll for thehenelltol llremen,
Many lurgo dry goods houses, burned out,
havo already opened new quarters. The
work of opening passages through tho
street of tho burnt district was renewed
Hli vigor to-day. At ln't 1,000 laboiers
aru being en'gagod
LOOK 111 A I'TKK CAKK.s.
Nearlv all the ll're engines havo letn
withdrawn except those employed in cooi
ng the ruins, beneath which safes nru
buried, which aro being dug out all over
tho region swept by thu lire. Tho safes
of tho Homo Insurance Co., und heirs of
Simmon' estate hate been opened, and
contents found In good condition. Ex
ploring parties aro at work in various
lurnlties' clearing away tho ruins and
searching for bodies of missing Uremen.
FIFTU AUDITOR'S REPORT.
REDUCTION OF I NTKKNA I. REV
Itepfirti'd Imperially or tiiclliiltetlii.J
tiik sM'intTAiiv's roLii;v.
WAS-lllSiUToy, Nov. 1-. Telegrams
from truted ofliclals und prominent lmst
nessmeli in New York nnd RoUon to the
.lordan, I secretary to-day, astliro him there U no
DDKKSS OF THE COMMIS
SION TO THE PEOPLE OF
THE I'NITKI) STATES.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
DEFALCATION OF A CASH I Kit.
UlNSAkll ROOIH TO COME DOWN
l'..iy.l!iiir uneasineu i felt about the
ctmdition of this city, especially since tho
upcrvlscr of buildings h declared that
New York between the two rivers and be
low Canal street would be almost defence
less In the event of a great tiro. Manard
roofs have became such terror that many
of them will be removed at onco and
voluntarily. A com.i!tteo of prominent
wi.n. f.R- of startini' a new measure
comDelllnealt residenU to take off Man
sard fire traps without delay. The
Investigations will lo made in all unsafe
hulldlnct now and hereafter. None of an
,.n..f rh.rarler will lie allowed to bo
DIOOIXU OCT CORPSES
Hoamv. Nov. 12. At points whero
peraons are known to havo been buried in
the ruins they aro being cooieu wnu
ter preparatory to digging out the corpses
of the victims. On the south side of
Washington street, whero the spread of
tiro has most been dreaded, hotu aro .ex
tended in readiness for any emergency
AN INCENDIARY HUNO.
It It rumored that last night a man nt
tempted to set lire to the gas houso neur
Charleston bridge, and was seized by tho
Infuriated mob and unceremoniously hung
to a lamp post.
"WORKING (URLs' NEED UKOENT
Boston, Nov. 12.Ten thousand work
ins cirlt aro said to be thrown out of em
nlovment bv the tire, and their need are
CONFUSION IN IIUBINKXS.
New York, Nov. 13. In tho dry goods
trado the Bulletin says thorq Is much con
fusion and uncertainty owing to tho ub
tonce of letters from Boston, but no great
uneasinets In th hide and leather trade.
Thero is an abeonco of punlcy fooling in
tho boot and shoe trade. No crisis indi
cated, the sentiment being that all Bos
ton dealors aro in good standing and only
.way need an extonsion of time. Boston
buyers who appeared hero yesterday wero
cheerfully glvon tho usual credit. A
nartial suspension of tho wool trado for a
few weeks is expeetod until thu insurance
balances are perfected.
Wamunoton, I). C, Nov. 12. Thu fol
lowing telegram was forwarded to-day
from "Washington to Gen. B. F. Butler
and Thos. Kussoll, colloctor of Boston
" )Tne president authorizes me to say that
very possible means of reliof and aid will
be offered to tho citizens of Boston by tho
government, and should circumstances ap
pear to demand notion by congress, such
It, 1. 1 l t ' ! . . -
ACIIOII will uo rri;uiiiiiiuii juu uy mm.
Oko. 8. BOUTWKI.L,
Blgnod. Heo'y of Treasury.
NEW YORK HYUPATHV.
Nxw Yokk, Nov. 12 Win. K. Dodgo
nresldent of the chambor of commerce yes
terday tolegraphed to Mayor Uaston of
Boston: "All New loru in sympntny
with you, what can wo do for you," and
to-day received tlio following reply :
'Thanks for y6ur sympathy and knd
offer or asistancej fire is now under con
trol. But few, welling houses burned,
f A mooting of the relief committee will bo
held this a.m., nnd as' soon as the extent of
our calamity it ascertained, I will com
municate to and Inform you of our needs.
Signed Wm, Gaston, Mayor.
. BciTON, Nov. la. There it no feeling
'of despondency in Boston, but a disposi
tion It everywhere' manifested by our
ltpportc,d Kpi i lally for the llulletlii.
New- York, Nov. 12. There is a de
falcation by a cashier In the (told ex
change bank of $15,000.
KNKlllTs or PYTHIAS'.
St Louie, Nov. 12. The grand lodge
of Knights of Pvlhius of Missouri met
here this morning. Ten city and eighteen
stalo lodges were represented. Thi after
noon a procession ot f.uu knights paraded
tho principal streets, making a fine ap
pearancc. This tvening a grand banquet
and ball was given at Masonic hall, at
which there wns a large attendance. An
addrcr of welcomo was delivered by II
li, Ligbt.Uor, responded to by H. C. Lu
cas, crand chancellor of the state. H. (.
Ilsrrv of Chicago, supreme chancellor of
the world, was present, nnd responded to a
Philadelphia, Nov. 12. The centen
nial commission have issued an address to
the people of the United States signed by
President Jos. It. Hawlcy, for subscriptions
to a fund of $10,000,003, required to mako
tho centennial celebration such a -uccess
as tlio patrioll'm and prido of every
American demands. The commission
look to the unfailing patriotism of tho
people of every section to seo that each
section contributes it share of tho expen
ses nnd receives its shnre of the benefits of
an enterprise in which all are so deeply
Interested. It would further urgo forma
lion in each stnto mid torritoryuf'.centcn
nial organizations', which shall organizo
in time so that county organizations can
bo formed, so that when nations aro gath
orcd together in 18TG each commonwealth
can view with pride tho contributions alio
has made to tho national glory, confl
lently relying on tho zoal and patriotism
over displayed uy our people in ovory
national undertaking. AVo pledge and
prophesy that centennial celebration will
worthily show how greatness, wealth and
intelligence can bo fostered by such instl
tutions as those which havo for a hundred
years blessed our people.
KANSAS AND TKXAS KOA1) AP-
danger of a tlnnncinl pr.nlc, mid no doubt
that everything will conn- out right in
duo time. Tho secretary believes that
thu tfWi will not create nny scarcity of
currency nor demand for it which cannot
bo readily supplied, no information hav
ing been received of tho destruction of
any considerably amount. The imme
diate effect of the disaster will douhtlcM
rather bo to diminish than to Increase thu
demand Bnd tiso for currency nnd in
meantime public confidence will bo re
stored, and beginning of business estab
lished. PIKTH AUPITOK'li KKl'OKT.
Wamii.noion, Nov. 12. Thu annua
report of fifth auditor of the treasury jut
completed showt that the total collections
of internul revenue for tlio year ending
June 30th were $U7,3U,:523, totul asso"-
nients having been $123,lC8,d77. The to
tal expense of collection was $l,'.on,0i)2,
and on nsssefsments including the com
pensation of store keepers Sv',229,9 51.
KEDCCTIO.V OP A!slhOK.1.
Thu internal revenue collectors and
asuiori, now numbering two hundred
and thirty, will be reduced to eighty by
January next. Commissioner Djuglu; is
about consolidating collection districts
with that view.
Mr. Brasfey, member of parlla-
nent, from Ha'tings, England, who ar
rived hero in his steiim yacht, now lying
off tho navy yard, was introduced to the
president to-day by Secretary Fish.
Wamunoton, Nov. IS. The president
ppointed Wm. Patrick U. S. attorney
for the Knstern district of Missouri, in
place of Kru w, lately elected to the judgeship.
HEX. . II. HIIISTOW.
(icn. B. H. Bristow, lately solicitor gen
eral, hns assumed tbu presidency of tho
construction company jut organized for
building the Texas Pacific railroad.
Washington-, Nov. VJ. President
Grant, Gen. Sherman nnd other ofllcialt re
turned from Philadelphia this a. in.
The appointment of solicitor general to
till the existing vacancy will bo given to
I.. I. Roberts of North Carolina.
(iKOWlNG KEPrilLICAXISM IN
KANSAS AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
Parsons, Kas., Nov. 12 Tho Kansas
und Texas railroad hat removed its oflico to
Caddo '23, miles south of Celokn', Tho
track is within 11 miles of red river. .All
tho piers of tho great hridgo are completed
nnd tho suporitructure of tho hrldso rnp
idly approaches completion. Tho Toxas
Central Is now in operation to Dallns nni
will be completed to Dennison by the first
of January 1873. Tho gap botwoon tho
two roadt is now only 42 mfles. Three car
loads of Boldicr passed down tho road to
dav for various mirts ill Texas. Gonorul
Manager Stephens, Genernl Superintend
ent Woodard and a party of Eastern bus
iness men go down tho road totday on
tour of observation and Investment1 in
Texas. Tho Araphoes, Kiowas, Coman
chies, and Chiefs, with attendants women
nnd children to tlio number ot TO,, passed
down tho road to-day. They go homo
with profuse professions of jwaoo and obe
dience to their great father. They will re
main on their reiervatlont, at leatt, mull
ICepoileil Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
Paris, Nov. 11. At a cau:us of tho
Republican .deputies of the party of tho
Loft in the lusomblv, held yustordny at
Versailles, nil expression of opinions mudo.
from which it appears tlicro hns been n
steady growth of Republicanism among
tho people of nil departments of France,
whila prefects nnd mngittrntcs hnvu be
como more and moro tinctured with unti
Republicanism. Tho deputies resolved to
wait upon Thiers to acquaint him with tho
condition of utluirs, nnd to request such
otlicial nctlon a, will bring tho peoplo nnd
their otlicial representatives irto closer re
lulionship. Tho Republican members also
resolved to oppose, by nil moans tu their
power, and as strongly as do tho monarch
Uts, tho adoption of any constitutionnl re
form by tho present national ussombly.
LONDON PRESS' OPINIONS,
London, Nov. 12. All tho London
morning papers comment on Boston fire,
nnd express sympathy fur thu sufferers1
They atlribiito tho calamity to tho bad
management of the tiro department.
New York. Nov. 12. l&lOn.m Flour
dull and heavy. Wheat dull SI 44(5.1 o0.
red .fl 67l 05, amber $1 H5(1 70,
Corn dull ii4(?,C4jc. Oats dull VlfnAle,
iioccipi iiouru.uiHi, wiiuat itjii,ow, corn
125,000, oatu 28.000. Mois pork quiet
$15 Hi. Lard dulll Kc, quotatioi's iiuini
rial. Whiskey qti'et nnd steady, nomi
New Orleans. Nov. 12. Departed j
Glasgow. Receipt, cotton O.'JUH. Flour
dull, good $77 25; choice $7 SctTo" 76j
choico extra $8 .'0(7i f.O. Corn in fair
demand, GOOir; yellow fi8'; white 7oc;
Oats in moderato ili-iiisnd, 42(;l3c. INy
itcudy, t2iVl!7i ciiolcc S.I0. Ilruii dull,
$1 07J1 lli. Pork market bare, retail
ing nt S22J bacon dull, 7lHffiI2 c.
J.nrd dull, SiOt'A". keifs lOlfnilOjc. Cot
ton in fair demand, Isje. Sterling 21j(
112; sight J discount.
UINCINNATI, Nov. VI. Flour quiet
7(35" 75. Wheat firm, red S-l IFfti I 55.
Corn'nmi. old VMJ3 nov ii'Se. Ot
dull 'J7fii-Mc. Cotton nominal, middling
ihic. viiisl;ov firm 'lie
nominal 14. Bulk meats
shoulders tie; clear rib 73c: clearSc: b.icon
fair demand; old shoulders .lif'ii'c: clenr
rlli Wf$fiji cl.;r 101 lc. IloM steady
rjf-is in. ueciipis y.ujij. jJ(ni stemlv,
steam liQiM M-lCc; kettle 7io.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. Flour dull.
Wheat, spring lower, No 2 soft $1 12
1 13; winter quiet, No 2 red 75c. Corn
firmer nt .He. Oal cnier Mt 23(7i)25c.
Ryu quiet, No 2 osJO'iSc. Barley dull,
prime Iowa tiOrG-ie. Whiskey quiet at
ODc. Provisions vry little stock; only
small order trade. Lard nothing doing.
Chii.aoo, Nov. 12, 12:40 p.m. Flour
steady, fairenqulry. Wheat stead v, mod
ruto demand, $1 02J cah Noveinbei;
51 021 eller .ve.-; $ 13 December; No 1
fl 12. Corn tinner, fair demmd, 31 -32c
cash; .1)c November. Oats firmer,
moro nctive, 20j2lc regular freh;
22(322c January. Ky quiet, verv little
offering, salcnlle 51c. Barley dull and
lower; No 2 53c spot; nominal at 57Jc
November an J December. Provision quiet
nnd steady: pork, old held nt .I5; new
$11; spot offered at $12 50 December and
January. Lsrd quiet at 7Jo"i75e; spot 75
&ils December and .lamiarv. S. P.
hams quiet und unchunged; ureen meats
quiet and unchanged; moats In salt lf to
25 days, nominal i,t 4e; lonj clenr "(ti)"i''
S. rlbt "7c. Whlskev linn, snleablo
89c, held at !'0l.
New York, Nov. 12, 10:55, a m. Gold
13; W. lT. Telegraph, 77J; Adam Ex
prei, 931; W. F. nnd Co., 811; American
Kx OtiJ; L . n , i J'ac. .Mull b7J; N. V.
C, 03J; Erie R. It , 18;; Harlem lil;
M.U., 112J; M. S, Sel-J; r. 1'., :!; at.
Paul C3j; I. C. 120.
New iork, Nov. 12, 11:15 a, m. Oold
13j; I. C. 872; Cleveland und Pituburg
8Sj; N.'W. 8l81Jf,tc5; do pfd &HI; R. I.
107$; .Ullwuukeo and ft I. 1'hiiI id; T. oc
W. OSj; Ft. WavnoMJ, O. M. I4; II.
II. ii Erie 72; 'H. it St. Joe 31J; R. I.
108J; O. C. fc I. L. 3l J.
NEW IORK, -Nov. 12, 12:;j0 p.m. (iold
135; U.S. ti 81 lUfi.lS; do cou runs Uil;
5-2ut'U2 12; do'G4 11, do '05 125iil2.;
do 't!5 nuw isjuo 14; do 07 UJtTloj; Jo
08 coupons 14J; 10-40s i&t J; Uo coupons
iK"jl', currency us liiC'Oliil; tlerliiii; ex-
cbutigo 8J01OJ; new 5S ej.
ST. L.ouis, iov. 12. Hour dull ana
weak, but unchanged in price. Wheat
sprint: lower; No 2 $1 08; No 2 soft SI 13;
full dull; heavy No4,red SI 35; No 3 $1 00;
No 2 51 i a. Loin better, demand tinner;
No 2 mixed 33(J,34c; No 2, yellow 33jc;
No 2, white mixed 3130 Jc. Oats m but
ter deiiianu; o 2 mixed 21'je Hurley
dull und unchanged. Rye slow; No 2
5IA055c. Pork unchangud; old muss $10;
new $14; new suit meats tower; shoulders
4l(,5c; clear 71(u)8e; clear sides Sir, bu-
cuii quiet und einier for buyers; shoulders
05(m.7c; sides 1 1 Jo. Lurd dull; primo,
tteum, uuiu in hc lor joutiing lots; country
kettle i jc. lllgti wiue4, sternly una llrui
'JUo. Cuttle, u'ocd nutivo scurcu und llrm.
Texan plenty, fair and prmiu J34 50;
clioico ulm cxtrn tolnU, llogs ateadv 'at
$3 1)0(24 10 puckers lots; receipts 887.
tjiiiCAOo, rvov. 12. Hour oulet.
Wheat steady, spring $1 12! 1 1 accord
ing to locution; No 2 fl 02$ spot or No
vember; SI O'fl December; No 3 UHc.
Corn in fuir demand nnd udvnnced, No 2
mixed closed .lljJ.c cusli or .Novumlier.
OaU in fair demand nnd higher, No 2 21
lie regulnr anU tresli. ltyu sleudv, u J
51(i)52c. Barley dull, shade lowur, No 2
full 580581c "Provisions quiet hhiI weak.
.Mess porK -io tor oiu; s.ujgiaj i,ir n0W,
Lard easier, 41('j"Jc. Bulk munis 15 to 20
days in suit, sliouldurs 41c; long clear 0l
7c; snort rtu Uii tc; unci a siiouiiiers sold
nt 7c pneked. Whiskey held higher, UOo.
n r.v i ottK, ov. vi. t lour unciiungeu
but in uctlvu demand, superfine woturn
$5 000 10, common to good $0 0Jg,il 05,
good to choice 57(2,7 70, white wheat ex
tra f 7 75(8 G5. Whiskey quiet 1)1 Uc.
heat irregulur nr.d unsettled No. 3
Chicago spring $1 40, No. 2 $1 401 44,
choico north west $1 4C, choice white
western SI DO, umber SI 70. Rvo nuiet
und linn, old western 83('t8lc. Barley
dull. Corn irregular closed, heavy nnd
lower, steamer mixed li3j,toC4c, sail 01
U41c, yellow Coj0i)COc, wlilto lltsr.'.Jc.
Uittos moro uctlvu hiui iirmer, oiu weeturn
mixed 47J40c, now 43JUc. Coffee
firm, Rio 16(i18.lc. Sugar Urm. Poik
dull and lower, moss $15 7CKI, jirimu
moss S10. Beof active nnd firmer, mess
Slp,8 50, extra now jS 5012 50. Cut
meals uiichanired, middles firm. Lard
shade, easier. No. 1 to prime steam hjji)
tfjc, kuttlo 8jc, Junuury pjo
dull lower HJlUfiil2e. Lard dull,
tierce SDc, Heg lojfjfjlojc. Sugar low
or, infiirior 7j, common 8c, low to fully
fntr 8l(,9lc, prlmu OJylOc. Molasses
lower, common 35c lulr 3ii,13c, good 'in
lirlme 45(yi(, others iinchnngi'd. Storllng
22; sight I dl.counl gold 13. Cotton
nctive, nlcs 8,500, good ordinary 17c,
low middlings 175()17Jf. inlddliflg 18Jc,
middling Orleans lSju. Receipts 10,1 1 1.
Kxnorts Great Brlmin 2,055, rjtoci; 117,-!)0.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTOJi-AV.
Homo' Advertisements. 1
TO THE PUBLIC.
, Antlclpallni decline In prli e o
j nl nil kinds and desIroWx that
Wrdnkshav ano Thuhhuat Ev'NnB.
Xovelnhep tatls ami I4th,,;f872'
.'iniioimre hi elastic
Sr. Lot'is, Nov. 12 Arrived Mury
Alice und Bismarck, New Orleans; New
Boston, Northwestern and Lake Superior,
Keokuk; City of Vickshurg and .Sunder,
Vieksburg, Depiti:d ; ' Burthruin, Keo
kuk; Bellulif Pike, Memphis; Lewis,
Vicksourg. River rising slowly. Weather
clo idy und cool.
Cincinnati, Nov. 12. KiViT llfllllll
feet staliunary. Rover passed down lor
Si.' Louis with six barge of mti; Sum
J. Unto left for New Orleans loadid deep;
U. R. lln.Kon left lor V lieelllie; Till
Mms p.irk j Croquette p'ied ilovvu; fl londe 1 pioduce
willlitllll. 1 I ... . I .1 V.a. 11.1
MUI1VS IIUe,i I1(J11I Uil ill w viiui.r,
propeller Dart with 3 loadii.i produeu
, boat passed down for south, she will take
I nnother bent below.
Louisville, Ky. Nov. 12 River risen
eighteen inche, rising five feet ten inches
1 in tliu canal and three feet ten inches in
I the chute. Weather cloudy nnd cool,
i business moderate. Arrived: Wllllum
' Cowen, St. Louis. Departed: Camelia
I and barge, Cincinnati ; Valid No. 2,
loaded with railroad Iron for St. Louis
and southeastern railroad compny,sprung
a leak this a.m. ut the shore, near Now
Albany rolling mills and sunk. Tho
barge will boa total los, but the iron can
lei recovered as soon n thu water gets
New Oklkans, Nov. 12. Arrived:
Mury C. Poe, St. Louis. Departed: E.
11. Iliirfee, St. Louis. Weather cloudy.
Vi KsiiL'lto, Nov. 12 Down: Oua
chita lllle, Pnrgoud, 11 C Yneger, Hunts
ville, Tyrone, Dexter, Nntche.. Up:
Mollie M'oore, Nick Longworth. Weather
cool and cIcHr. River falling.
Memphis, Nov. 12. Wenthcr clour and
pleaatit. River rising steadily. Arrived-
.lunula Howell, llatcsvllle, wnilu river,
Frank Gracey, Kvansvllle. Departed :
Mollio Kbert, City of Alton, John Howard,
New Orleans. "City of Helena, Fanny
Lewis, Vickshurg. Anna, Cincinnati.
Nashville, Nov. 12. River rising
gradually. Upper Cumberland 20 Inches
on lUrpcth shonls. Weather cold and
Evansvii.le, Nov. 12. Weather
cloudy nnd cold. Mercury 30 to 50. River
fallen 10 inches. Port list, up : Idlewild,
10 p.m.; Fayette, 11 p.m.; Wild Cat, Coal
Hill, nnd Liberty No 0 with barges 2 p.m. ,
B. 11. Hurd, 1 p.m. Down : Lawrence, X
a.m.; hdinuurg, :i; lursscon, o; .nary
Anient, (5:30, Potomac, 0; Idlewild, Y.
All with medium and good trips. Business
I tomersriotilil know we are determined
to carry emt our promises of cheap prlntliu;
wo feel It our duly to make a
form ku pricks
Increase nl business
lieheMlig Unit a steady
win ne an ci uivnic in.
Willi our lonu' expel lel Ill blsi.s :ltiil
togclher Willi our :itUnlitae In the
pll-vJUM mid seleclloil ill loel. mil
rllsloniCIN may ret H.lireil wo will In
to merit ws-ontlnmiMce ol their tcrv llbeiiil
patronage. Wo Invito )oiir atlrlitlo'ii lo tin
follouln.' resei list n '
PRICED FOIt JOB W0KK.
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iptulltle add the dltVcreliee In the cot of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or name qualify of
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M ?2 .V) to 3 50.
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than those nt unv estuhllshuicnt of the kind
in St, Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Business men will II nd thu Bulletin thu
best advertising medium in Southern Illinois.
(sheet 20x40, 8 columns) Is furnished to sub
scribers ut the low rate of
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and now has a larger subscription list In
Southern Illinois, .Missouri and Krntucky
thun nny paper ever before published in
Cniro, c"J new club arc coming in evcrv
in the pc i-sonalton o, a
VAHIKTY OF ODD CHARACTERS
Forming his new
M ONO LOG U K ENTERTAINMENT
Asisstcd by an
For particular) ee Posters, l'rogranimes,
Reserved seat can he secured nt Daniel
M. A. WATSON,
lo-'ltd. Business Manager.
m 4- s s,
ST. NICHOLAS j
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER A CO., Prop'rs.
This bouse is newly fitted up with
And two tine
The saloon is stocked with the
TIIEV HAVE EVER USED.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
E V K I! Y K I N D O V V U E L.
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
and All live stove dealers
C. W. HENDERSON,
On KlKhth Street, between Commercial ami Wash
iikiou Arniie, is daily rcemn
LATK8T VALL AND WINTKK HTVLtH
llraiiles a lull lino of
BoasntsnETS & hats
ITrnnmcit anil unlriminetl,
KltKN'Uri FLOWKRH. RIUHON3, TBIMMINOS
of nil klnils. Laces, etc., etc.
are compounded la the most upproved style.
JSTCouie and He e lor yourself.. Tuy keep
on baud a flue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
.Mrs. Mctioo hs nlso
Kiiney Articlrs, sueli as
s Urge aasorlment n
SCIIWEITZEK .CnBESK AND
ure spread, inoriilii
o'clock, at' which all
pate free of charge.
- re, s
iiioniln and eveuiny at 10
are iimtdl ro partlcl-a-13
Cairo, - -to.'JI.X:w4w
A. II A L Ji E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin tnil Hollow Ware, Clothes WrinKMs Toile
Ware, Col Hods, Fir8hol, Air Oatee.
Sr. Louih, Nov. 12. Col. S'm. M.
Grosvenor nesumcd I ho position of editor
of theoveninu; Dispatch of this city, to
Washington, Nov. 12. Probabilities
On tho lower lakes nnd ihcnco over Now
England, tho upper Ohio valley nnd Mid
dle stntos cool. cleariiiR nnd clear weather
and northwesterly winus. in tho buulli
Atlantic sfntcs rising barometer, clear
wonlhor fctid northwesterly winds. In tho
Gulf states southeasterly wlmjs with
partly cloudy wtnthor und light rain, On
tho Western gulf to-morrow ho barome
ter will fall, and in the No'rthwest und
upper lakes and thunco to kllann
ana lowur Ohio, with cloudy weu.wur und
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. l'J. Situation in
mercantile ntlairs unclmnged. Mnnv or
ders and buyers uro hero Irom Boston for
stock. Boston boats to-night uro crammed
with goods, nnd extrn steamers witli
freight will probably leave to-morrow. In
Wall street tho tlnstncinl situation is
brighter, nnd tho flro Is being lost sight of,
yut tliero is much anxiety as to action of
tho treasury. It is stuted and gcnurully
believed that the secretary will buy an ad
ditional amount of bonds to-morrow if of
fered at under par In gold, A dispatch
from one of the loading Boston Under
writers states that salvage will nverugu
from 8 to 15 per cent. Money is uctivn
mid stringent, call loans ranging from 7
per cent to per day with cosing business
at legul note. Sterling dull and heavy H
8jj for ii0 duyi 101()I0J for
sight. Gold rutlier nctive, prices
heavy nnd lower, early in tho dny fulling
to 13, but afterward advanced to l:ij;
closed .firm at bid, 1 asked; loans C7
per cont nnu i-3'.'(i);i.tH lor carrying; i
clearings 08 millions; treasury disburse- i
mouts 'J37,000; governments firm; Mato
bonds dull and steady. i
New York, Nov, 12 Sixes of '81, 10);
u-20sof 'U'J, Vi- 5.20s of 'C, 12; 5.20j of
lid, 12; fi-20s nuw I1J; do '07. 15; do "08,
llih lo.IOs, 7; nowllvoj, 0; Mo. 0s 921
New Oulkanh, Nov. 12. Corn dull
and easier, mixed 00c yellow 07c, white
eye. Oats 445. Bran $1 07. Bacon
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
NKCK TI.M. COLLAR'S, UNDEtvSLKKVEa,,
An i all oiherarlicles usually lound In
FIRST-OLASS MILLINERY STOR
Mr. Mcflce, in addition to her Htock of
Fancy und Millinery Goods, liasa 111 one and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Mudo Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
ilrells' Boots, Black and in Colors. Those
arc ucknowledcd to hu the finest and licst
shoes in thu market, and this U thu oulv
place In the city that makes tlicm u specialty.
CAIRO CITY COAL
preuarn't to supply eualmner with tb
work ilonesf hnrlit nnilr
til kin. Is of hi
NEW LIVERY STABLE'
11ETWKKN WASU'N AVENUE ANU WALNUT
Ur. 1). K. Klchls Informs tne public lht he has
LIVERY 8 T A B L E,
on the ncrlhwott tula of Tenth street as name
His atsblos will be furnished with mine but the
MRS. M. SWANDKU,
has opened out an eilrnslve siook ol
" All ot which are entirely uew end of the verv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, KONNETS HIBBONS,
And an elegant Vssoriinoui ui
LACKS, I-RINOKU, KID Q LOVES, 1101""
and all articles usually kepi in h ent ''"' '"
llnery store. m
Mm. Hwandtr Invite, the V""?"""..''
inwlim In old p well nwcutoirrs.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at llaillday Bros, office, 7
onto lkvkk. or at the Coal Yard below U
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt attB
Hon. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
alniiKsldo to steamer at any hour.
SALOON AND BARROOM.
JOHN HATCH. lfsnrlar,
loo Csimtnereial Avenue.
AND QOOD VEHICLES.
nml Hin milille ihhv ho accommodated ut all
hours of the day und night with safe teania
on me iowe ienn. ,
Dr. Fields uska n share ofpubllopatroniwf
and will endeavor to merit ft by lair dealing
und strict utteutlou to busfuess.
WOUDT VsJOD I I WUUDM
The uadersiKned will furnish
Host brand ot Osllfe Clears I u reeahvJ.
BILLIARD oaloon fumlhed with the Ust
oruhle:inl bar supplied with wines, liquors
und clirarj of thenest brands,
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
. r ' : Ai'
Corner 7th rtreel anil iviNTEIt'8 'dLOCK.
HA'KD AND DRY WOODr
Aa sjatear.ii meaptr
had any wood dealor In Cairo. Leave order
on tho slates at the Postottce aud at Uo
coul yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenllt and twelfth streets, Cairo. M"""' J
give good measurti and will conl the woou
up if desired, . .,v
auglO-tf l)KNN13 1IAL1.V.
f5 jr0 $20 ff.r.'.i. if
n'..eltlir loilOB Of ulil. aMka.i
el'vork f r us W their spare suomeaUor
nine, U el wiiuib tie.
AiUress U. HliaeoB Co.