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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
THE PRESIDENT READS A SYN
OPSIS OK HIS MES
SAGE TO THE CAU
THE PROBABLE CHANGES IN
MORTON KK-ELECTED TO THE
UNITED STATES SENATE.
GEO. W CUHTl'8 SPOKEN
FOR BKOKKTARY OF
Reported Esp:clally for tde Bulletin.)
Montgomery, AU, 'ov.2G. Governor
Lewis and all the uwly elected state od
ccrt took the onlh of office tbls morning.
Tbe body silling at tbe United Ktalea
court-roum adjourned until tomorrow.
Out. Lewis has lo far recognixed neither
body. It U rumored ha will intie a
proclamation convwnlng the legislatures to
meet at the capilol to-morrow.
IIAXQUET TO WASIIIIL'BK.
Cuicaoo, Nov. M. A complimentary
banquet wu given to-night ut the Tre
mont bouio, to Hon. E. B. Washburn, U.
S. minister to France, by a number or hit
perevnal friendi of tbli city, including
meny.rcpresentative cilitens. About 100
gutsit were present, among them Qov.
Ogleeby, Senator Logan, Mayor Mcdill,
ex-Gov. Bross, Gen. Horace Porter and
other distinguished pirxim, The occa
sion waa altogether inform),and wai innit
enjoyable, lo reply to a toait, Mlniiter
Washburn made a few rerr.arki in which
the only political alluiion wai a denial of
the report that he was a candidate fur U.
S. senator, and gracetul declaration that
that houor had been fairly won by Gov.
THE rKlSlDKVT's MESSAOK.
New York, Nov. 20, A Washington
special to the New York Herald says that
tbe President will to-day read a complete
draft of his mos'iago lo the cabinet. Ho
baa yielded this year, as ho did last
joar, to the advice of expor'nncod poll,
licians, and changed hit tenor, so far as it
relates to the South. Hi givoi that sec
tion passing mention; praises wisdom of
inforcement laws; allude to disappear
inca of lawlennei in the South, as well as
rood behavior at the polls in tho Novem
ber election, and hopei for a continuance
bf this condition of affairs. Although he
tits no special recommendation to make
a behalf of tbe South, he deiires Con
trast shall do whatever it deems wisest
Ijr tbe interest of tbe lato rebel states, re
tailing bis previously expressed sent!-
aent, that be hat no policy to torce
kgainit tho wishes of ibe people. The
ountry Is felicitated on the accomplish
ments under the treaty of Washington.
Cuba is lightly pasted over. Tho case of
Dr. Houard receives but brief men-
ion. Mexico does not receive a large
hare of attention. Our relation with
LlOVront foreign nations are disposed of
i tbe usual brief paragraph. The coni
ng Vienna exposition commended. Pblla-
slptila centennial celebration also spolcon
f. Our credit of homo and abroad and
f tho efficiency of the management of
areign and home policy, and the property
If tha nation, make up the substance of
Washington dispatches state a large
obby interest developed relative to the
tllectlon of claims under tho decision of
SATISFACTORY BX PORTS.
Keports of tho different bureaus tinder
be secretary of tbe interior are tatisfac
3ry. The land offlco business has all
eon brought up to date. The pontlon
ureau has vory few complaints of dila
orles, and tho amount needed for the next
I seal year is f 30,180,000. The patont oi
ce report shows that tbe feet ol the year
rare 177,400 in excess of tho expenditures,
Ind tbe commissioner recommends a new
eneral patent law, and seperatioa from
ll.e interior department.
MEW YORK bEXATORSUIF.
New Yobk, Nov. 2G. Ex-Oov. Mor
ion has written a letter declining to bo a
landldale for election to tbo U. S. senate.
Ind it is understood that Senator Conk-
png'will bo elected almo.t without oppo-
lotion by the legislature to meet in Janu-
MORTON KB'ELRCTKU TO Till SENATE.
lNUlANfoLts, Nov. 2tJ. At the election
If Ualttd States senator by tho legislature
lis morning tbevoto was as follows: Sen-
Its; Morton 27, Williams I. House;
lorton 04, Williams 41. Morton's ma-
ority on joint ballot, 29.
Washington, Nov. 26. The probable
Ibaneei in tho cabinet, forms the cbfef
Iubject of conversation in political dr
ies. It is understood that Secrotary
fish will insist on retiring, and intends ta
0 to Europe next spring, preisruiiK
ulet life with his family to official posl-
lion. The name of Edward rierropont is
aentloned in connection with the depart
lent of state, by persons friendly to the
administration ; but thero is strong proju-
lice against him.
Lmoog congrHsmen, and representatives
Charles Francis Adams and George W.
Curtiss. There It ii very general expres
sion in behalf of tho appointment which
Mr. Curtiss received, whose ability and
culture so admirably qualify him for
service. New England people say this
would save them if Judge Richardson
should be promoted to the treasury, in
case Doutwcll should be otccted senator,
Supremo Court adjourned to-day for
THE MEgSAOE IN THE ROUOIt.
Wasuinotoj, Nov. IiO. Tho rough
draft ot the president's annual message,
though not finished, was read to the cabi
net to-day, all members being present.
It will be perhaps one-fifth longer than
last year's wessagu. In response to the
question asked by the writer of this dis
patch, tbe president remarked that he had
no objection to saying that tbe message
would not show any change of policy on
his part, as his cndiavcr was now as it
had been in the past, to perform bis entire
duty to the extent of his ability, and in
such a manner as would best preserve
tbe interests of tbo country. He was not
certain that he would recommend to con
gress an extension of amneity to tho 200 or
three hunu'ed persons excluded
by the recent legislation, but
if ho did it would be with tho
proposed condition that the beneficiary
merely take an oath to support tbe con
stitution of thu U. S. Congress, however,
had ample authority in the premises and
could act with regard to tho matter with
out repetition of tils views upon the sub
ject contained in his former annual mes
sage, he raw no more necessity,
as had been asserted, for making
a declaration ot a more fiiendly policy to
ward the .South than for such declarations
towards the North, as be sought as
president under obligation of his oath to
executo the duties of his position without
favor or. partiality. In his message be
would endurae such recommendations of
legislation as may be presented
by lbs heads of the several
departments, and which experience
had shown to be necessary; ha would re
commend to congress that action be taken
in regard to the award made by the
Geneva arbitrators. The money will be
paid by Great Britain to tbe department of
late, and will bedvposited in tbe treasury ;
ot course it cannot be drawn therefrom ex
cept in accordance with law for purposes
specified. In course of a conversation on
the subject of civil-service reform, the
president said that while competitive' ex
aminations were desirable, be did not
think it right that the offices should be
given to the enemies of tbo administra
tion, to the exclusion of its friends.
THE REPOKT OK THE COM
MITTEE ON ADDRESS
THEY DECLARE A REPLY
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N AV.
THE DIAMOND FIELD FRAUDS
WOMAN SUFFRAGE CON'VKN
TION IN TEUIIK
VANDERUILT PU U LISHES A CARD
IN RELATION TO THE
Iteported Especially foi tbe Cairo Bulletin.
REPORT or COMMITTEE ON ADDRESS.
Paris, Nov. 26. The committee on ad
dress havo completed their report. They
propose tho immediate nomination of a
selocl committee of fifteen to draw up a
bill providing for the creation of a respon
sible ministry. They declare a reply to
the president's message unnecessary, as
Thiers is tbo assembly's delegate. The
report suggests no solution of constitu
tional quostiont. The minority of tho
committee, which it favorable to the pres
ident, havo resolved to prepare counter
report. Tho report of the majority, which
makes a rupture batween Thiers and tho
right complite, causes much anxiety in po
litical circles. The majority of the right
is disposed to accept Thiers' resignation
if tendered and appoint Gen. Cbangarnier
Paris, Nov. 20. The difference be
tween the executive and legislative depart
ments of the government continue and the
situation is regarded as very serious.
There is great excitement over affairs at
Versailles, and it is announced that mem
bers of the right and right centre nre
detori'iined to support tho position of the
committee appointed to draft a reply to
the message bf Thiers as embraced in its
London, Nov. 20. Dispatches from
Paris say radical journals are violent in
their language, and declose that a terrible
revolution will follow tbe overthrow of
the government of Thiers. The same
journals accusn tho Legitimists, Orleanists
and'Imperlalists of having formed a coa
lition for the downfal of the proscnt gov
ernment. Goneral Changarnierr is also
charged with aiming to secure power.
Washinoton, Nov. 26. On lower lakes
northerly to westerly winds, partlycloudy
but cloaring weather, with possibly light
snow to-morrow, in tne juiuuib anu
Eastern states light snow to-night fol
lowed bv clearing and cold weatbor to
morrow. From Ohio valley southward
over Gulf and South Atlantio states pre-
vailing northwesterly winds, occasional
light rain and cloudy weather, and clear,
ing to-morrow with lower temperature.
In the Northwest and thence extending
over upper lakes and Michigan north.
westerly winas, occasional light
TWO BOYS DESIRE TO SEE
THEY DROP A LARGE STONE
POUR CANS OF NITROGLYCERINE
AND ARK BLOWN TO PIECES.
clearing and Tory cold weather. Warn.
1 mAmmA . TV. I. .it. Oi.1
tbe press who (art) WUU4 Ww.su MllwsiukM and Grand Havoc,
Iteported Especially for tbe Bulletin.
San Francisco, Nov. 26. Tbe arrival
of Stanton and others in this city with a
ruby woilh $110,000, diamonds and pre
cious atones, caused intense excitement,
and all sorts of rumors were set afloat.
Stanton insists upon tbe genuinets of hit
discoveries and described the grounds
where the diamonds were found with
great particularity. Tbe goneral opinion
Is tbal it is a gigantic fraud.
Cincinnati, Nov. 26. S. Is". Keyes &
Co., bankers of this city, suspended busi
ness to-day in consequence of indirect
losses in tho corner on Northwestern com
mon. MR. OREELEV'l CONDITION.
New York, Nov. 20. In answer to tbe
inquiries at ttio Tribune office to-night,
regarding tbe condition of Mr. Greeley,
the following was obtaind from tho best
authority: The reports of Mr. Greeley's
treatment at Uloomlngdale or any other
asylum, or of application for bis admission
lo any, are preposterous. He is still suf
fering from nervous collapse, the result of
the loss of nearly all sleep, almost contin
uously for over a month, during his wife's
illness. This Anally affected the nerves
of his stomach, and it for days rejected
food, whereby the system was still more
weakened. Wilbin a day or two thero
has been a marked change for better, both
n sleeping and eating, and his physicians
are hopeful; but he is yet a very sick man
and for tbe present his friends can best
show their regards, by letting blm alone.
A defalcation of $74,000 is reported dis
covered in a banking house in Wall
street. Tbe cause is said to be expensive
yachting and street speculations.
VANDERD1LT ON OOULD.
New York, Nov. 26. Commodore
Vanderbilt publishes a card this afternoon
saying be has not baa ana does not intend
to have any associations whatever with J.
Gould. He says he also advised his friends
to have nothing to do with him. He denies
having connection with any Wall street
Charles Sumter has arrived home,
i. o. o. r.
Atchison, Ks., Nov. 20. Tbe Odd
Fellows of tbe Missouri valley gathered
hero in large numbers to-day to assist in
dedicating tho new hall of the order in
this city. Tbo lodges of Ieavenworih, ac
companied by tho fifth infantry band, and
those of St. Josoph also accompanied by a
fine band, were present in force, and
delegations came from many other lodges
in this state and Missouri. The Grand
Sire of the United Slates, O. A. Logan,
delivered tbe oration, and the
Grand Master of Kansas, George
W. Martin, conducted the core
monies. Past Grand Mastor John
Doniphan of Missouri, the Deputy Grand
Mastor of Ncbrttka and many of the
grand iffictrs of tbls state and other dis
tinguished Odd Follows were present.
The procession in the afternoon was one
of tho largott and most Imposing ever
witnessed in the west. The ceremonies
concluded with a grand banquet. Tbe
new hall is unlversally.pronounced to bo
tbo finest in tho West.
San Francisco, Nov. 20. Tbo volum
inous report by King Cotton, on alleged
diamond fields, has been submitted to
the trustees and they have resolved that
it is due to tbe public to expose tbe fraud
upon them and tbe stockholders. No
more stock will be issued or transferred,
and the corporation will be dissolved at
soon as practicable in his report, Clar
once King says tbo party explored the
vicinity of the table tock and found
diamonds and rubies on tho surface, and
in crevices but in each instance thero was
evidence that tbe soil had been tampered
with. In crevices where there were no
traces of men's work there wero found no
sort of precious stones. Some were found
in what were evidently artificial boles
Tbe conclusion arrived at by him is that
gems exist in positions where nature could
not alono nave placed them and that they
do not exist where the inevitable laws of
nature would have placed thorn. Finally
that the fields have been salted. The other
reports corroborate that of King,
Terbb Haute, Nov. 20. A larga
meeting composed of leading cltlrens of
all parties was bold in this city this even
ing for the purpose of organising a woman
suffrage association. A permanent organ
ization was enacted with Maj. O. J.
Smith at president. Vice-presidents:
Judge Soott, Mrs. II. I). Scott, wife of
Sonator Scott, and Mrs. 13. Booth, mother
of the governor of California. The move
ment ii vory strong hero, including many
of tbo bast and mots lalueaUa! cltltns.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
New York, Nov. 2. At Yonkors yes
terday four boys, wbos i age range from
16 to 21, being out for sport encountered
four cans of nltro glycerine deposited in
an excavation two feet dop on the newly
constructed portion of the New York and
Boston railroad. Two of the young men
wanted to ice what effect an explosion
would havo and dropped a large stone
upon tbo cans. Tho tremendous explosion
which followed was beard for miles and
shook boutes in tho vicinity. Two of the
party Were horribly mutilated and had
tboir limbs blown in all directions. Their
remains were scarcely recognixable. Tho
other two were frightfully woundud but
MURDERED FOR HIS LIFE
THREE MEN FOUND DEAD.
Iteported Especially for the Cairo Ilulctln.
New Orleans, Nov. 26. Fraaclsco
Martinet and Didro liapliste were ar
rested to-day, charged with murdering
Antonio Carafs, and attempting loswln
dla insurance companies. Tbey introduced
Carafa, recently from Itally, as neptew of
Martinet, Insured his life for $10,004 and
six weeks afterwards drowned him in lake
Omaha, Nov. 26, Throe men named
Andrew Rasbe, Herman Racbe and Her
man Mohers were found dead at tbe old
government camp, about forty miles
north of McPberson station on Loup
fork, two days ago. Tbey bad apparently
been murdered by white men. Tbey
were banters and trappers who left Mc
Phorson on the Utb.
Denver, Col., Nov. 26. About 6
o'clock last evening Charley Hughes, son
of a well-known speculator and contractor
of this city, shot and mortally wounded
John L. Hayman. Both parties were
young men about twenty years of age.
It is reported that a woman was tbe cause
of the difficulty. Hayman died about 11
o'clock last night.
CULMINATION OF THE COR
NER ON NORTHWESTERN.
ALL SALES ABOVE 155 UNDOUBT
EDLY A HOAX.
TnE NORTHWESTERN CORNER.
New Yore, Nov. 20. Tho Northwest
ern corner culminated this evening, whon
the stock declined and was offered at 100
with 83 bid, with possible exception of
200 shares reported yesterday at 180I6&
It is probable every transaction above
1SS has been a hoax. All tbo settlements
possiblu to make have been made pri
vately. It Is believed tbo clique nave
taken in cash between $3,600,000 and $$&,-
000,000 and one or two million of differ
ences remain to be adjusted by the courts,
whero tbe corner will with tbe Erie suit
against Gould hereafter divide attention
with the city ring suits.
New York, Nov. 26. Money firm at 7
to 1-32. Stocks not so firm as. on call.
Gold dull at 112IU3. Governments
dull but firm Stocks dull and steady,
W U T 773; Pacific 891; Adams 02; Fargo
Oi; American C0J; U S 77J; NYC 90J;
Krie 52; rm tji; u ritij; i. a yii; ruts
burg SOI; N W 125; Pfd 921; Rock Island
1101; St Paul 61); Pfd 74; Wabash 68;
Pfd 72; Ft Wayne 92; O & SI 46J; Del &
Lack 901; Ind Centl 33; Han & St Jo 31.
New York, Nov. 20, 12:30 p.m. Gold
122; U.S., 6s of '81 1516; do coupons
16117; 5-20s or '62 12 j; ao -64.
i range $3 804 IS; bulk sales (4. Cuttle,
receipts very iigni; no market, prices en
1 tirely nominal.
Cincinnati, Nov. 26. Flour firm.
I $7 2507 50. Wheat firm; red $1 50
1 55. Corn firm; old 4243c; new 3(
' 30c. Oats quiet, 27.15c. Cotton quiet;
, middling lbfl'Jc. Whiskey steady, 60c.
i-otk quiet. rf o. jiuik moais nu ot:
shoulders 4c; clear rib Uc; clear 61c;
Bacon quiet; shoulders 6c; clear rlb'Jjc;
clear 101c. Hogs good inquiry; early new
very dull, 44 12; receipts 11,961.
Lard firm; steam TOI-lCc; kettle 7c.
Green meats easier; shoulders 3jq sides
aic nams vsfajoic.
Chicago, Nov. 20. Flour quiet and
firm. Wheat quiet; $1 09 cash; f 1 08
i uo uecemuer; a i U9f January; No 1
nominal. Corn dull; 31 jc cash; 31 jc No
vember; 3I3I Jc December; 31 January,
OaU quiet aid firmer; 23c rash Decem
ber; 24241c January. Rye stron and
saleable CGc. Barley quiet and firm, 63
64c spot Provisions unsettled. Pork
offered I2 20 December and January
nominal; $12 37 March; new $13 spot.
Lard offered at 7c, cash December nom
inal 7c January; 7 jc March. S P hams
steady and unchanged; cut meats dull and
nominally easier, no sales. Whiskey dull,
St. Louis, Nov. 20, Flour steady.
Wheat ;firm;No.3 spring $l;05; 4 fall $150
common dull at 30'10c. East track. Oats
quiet at 25c. Warehouse rye and barley
unchanged. Whiskey steady at 90c.
Pork unchanged at $13; Dry salt steady,
and good demand; packed lots; shoulders
4; clear rib Cj; clear 7; long and short
middling, boxed 0; round seller Dec'r
and Jan'y. Lard quiet at 71c.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 26, Flour unchanged.
Wheal; spring bold firm, but buyors stood
off and little was done; No. 2 regular hold
$1 171 16 offered; fall firm, but buy
ers nnu sellers apart; sample lots No. 3 red
sold for $1 65; No. 2 $1 80. Corn un
changed; No. 2 m .ltd 3333c. Oatt
firm, but inactive; No. 2 mixed 25c. Bar
ley quiet and unchanged. Rye quiet; No.
2 67c. Pork steady; mess $13. Dry salt
meat unchanged. Bacon quiet; lean
shoulders CJc : clear ribs 9j9c. Lard
unchanged; prime steam 71c. High wines
steady 90c. Cattle firm $1 7&5 12 com
mon to prime, iloes bnsK st W(o)4 15;
packers lots and receipts 2,800.
N ew York, Nov. 20. Flour less active,
super western $o 90Q 30; common to
goou se uuftni U5; good in choice 97 lUfal-
t or. 1 1 . v e fi . 1 1 a TT.
Whiskey heavy at 93c. Wheal dull and
lower, No 2, Chicago spring $1 48; winter,
red western $1 65; amber $t "01 75.
Rye and barley unchanged. Corn, less
active, ttenmer mixed 2J(g,C3c; sail C3
03c. Oats firm, old western mixed C0
54 jc; new4S52q white 52C5c. Coffee
unchanged, sugar firm, refining 9jlCc.
Molasses lull. Pork quiet, mess $16;
prime mess $15; mess December $14 25.
Ueef unchanged; cut meats quiet, holders
first half December 5c; middles lower,
western long and short clear 7c; shoulders
January and February "Jc; long and short
clear January and February 7jc. Lard
weak, No 1 to prime steam 88c; kettle
Chicaoo, Nov. 26. Flour dull.
Wheat dull and prices advanced, No 1
spring $1 19; No 2 $1 09 spot; 1 UB
Dfcomber. Corn quiet and weak, No
mixed 31j3lc spot; 3l31c December.
Oats in good demand, No 2 2324c.
Rye firm, No 2 56c. Barley firm, No 2
fall 63c. Pork steady $1313 25 spot;
$1212 25 December. Lard steady 7Jc
spot. Hams in picklo 9"10c; green
meats 77Jc for beavv to medinm; bulk
meats quiet; new shoulders 15 to 25 days
old,4c; long clear C0; short rib middles
Cc. Whiskey weak 8ijc.
New Orleans Nov. 20. Corn weak,
mixed 60c nominal; yellow 00c; white
6'c. Hay dull and lower, prime $25;
choice $28. Pork dull, nominally $14;
others unchanged. Sterling 22; sight i
discount; gold 13. Cotton active, sales
11,000; good ordinary 17c; low middling
181c; middling 19c; middling Orleans
I9c; receipts $11,270; exports: Havre
3.916; Liverpool 2,400; Coastwise 1.
rT Rise suss! rail T HI vera.
For 24 hours tndinx at 3 p.m. Not, ti. 187i.
Leavenworth . .
65 131(21131; do '66, new issue 16; do
'67 15)(15; do '68 coupons 12I6; 10
20s 8; do coupons 8; currency Cs offered
at 13; Sterling Ex B,10; new 5s 10.
New York. Nov. 26. Sixes '81 161;
'62 121; '64 12; '64 12; '65 12; new '65
16; '67 15; '68 16; new fives 9; 10-40S
b; currency sixes u); juissouri sixes vo.
Monev active and strung during tho
forenoon at 1-32 to 1-16 per day, closed
easv at 5(511 per cent, per annum. Ster
ling Quiet. 81 lone; lofoilOl short sicht
Gold dull and steady throughout the day
as 12(ol3, closing at 12J13. Loans
1-32 to flat for borrowing and 25 por
cent, for carrying. Clearings 7i,ouo,300,
treasury disbursement 167,000. The
treasury will sell 1,000,000 to-morrow,
Thursday being holiday. Governments
quiet and firm. State bonds dull and
steady. Stocks irregular opened weak
aud cloted steady.
NiwYork, Nov. 26, 12:15 pni. Flour
dull. Wbeal dull $1 4901 (6: red $1 45
(A 70; anibor $1 70(3)1 77. Corn dull
63(ai631c. OaU quiet and steady 60551c,
RacelDtt. flour 20.000; wheat 218,000; corn
338,000; oals 14,000. Most pork quiet at
$10. Lard dull 8($9c, quotations nomi.
nat. Whiskey dull; nominally 93l(S;94c
Chicaoo, Nov. 26. 11 a. m. Uogs, re
ceipts 21,487. several trains to follow; rar
bt rv dull during the early morning.
bow quit active t 16QS0 lower; ettrone
Our Home Advortisors.
'72. FALL AND WINTER iS:
C. H AN NY.
KBSITTJCET JBAe, FETEA,.,
LARUE STOUK OF CAKKTING
Ut Stalls- FlloaJi
VERT LOW FIGURES.
CORXER 8TH BT. AMD COMMESK'IAL-AV
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
CORKER I12D-8TKIIT AND OIllO IXVla
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARORST VARtKTT STOCE. IK THR CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
rraerf IMtieintB strtelaaS Cstai
O . O. PATTER.
ktarseraat MlarelS SI, IMS),
or VICE OF
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
a tl eiWAnn ii.--! .1 . .
a. ... a ax- K jikJt A lesiucut,
8. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
H. UYSLOP, Secretary and Tn
P. M. Baaciav,
F. II. brocanrra,
K. H. Cviaiaaaaa.
J. M. FBiaura,
LIME 1 CEMKNT'I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMK-
Coamercial-av., Foot of Klevtatk-wt.
Best quallt v of Lime and Corneal al
ways on band, and for sale at tha
vary lewoat flturoa for cash.
rOR LADLES, MEN AND CHILDKB?,
Eighth St., Bt. Com. Wam.,
Has just opened a new and stvllsa sstab
l.shment, fully up to the times, aad iavltee
old customers and new, ladles, chlldrea and
all, to favor him with their patronafo.
X3TKW work done la the Latest Style.
MEBCHAITT TJLXX.O JSt
No. 104 Commercial Aveeub,
Both French and Scota casalsaerot aH
colors, Beavers and Bread-cloth coasteatlr
on nand, and all goods warranted.
lo all Its branches also carried aa
Comer Twenty-second etreet
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always en head, and at the lowest asarkot
price. Also a good article af
ao W FEED
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLWAY
BROTHERS, or apply at tbe uU.
Deaaalta at aajr Asaoaat eeelvsMllraas
Tea Sjaata Vatravsla.
iMTKKEST paid on depoaita as She rite ol ail
paroaot. per annum, March lit and beptem
r 1st. iDteraat not withdrawn la raided Irnma.
dialaly loir principal of tha depoelu, Sherabj
'Vina them compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEV AXD GUILDER MAT
so tsu ao oa aiaa caa oaaw it.
Opca businaaa day Irom a.m. to t p.m.,
aad Halurday ienin tor HtVlMJ DXPOtilTb
onlj, from S to S o'clock,
auotf W. HT8LOP. Traaanrsr.
VUUU I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
Tbaoadarauraed wlU feraleh
HARD AND DRY WOC3
Aa STaaaa, Ii mi Caeayar
r... B' had any wood dealer ta Cairo. Leave ardor
on the alatea at the Postofflce and at Rosa
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Tenth aad twelfth streets, Cairo. Bliaou, 1
give good measure aad will sord taa wood
THE CITY NATIONAL
iBelow high water.
THOMAS L. WATSON,
Obscrrcr Sirf. Scr. U. S. A.
Special Dispatch to tbe Cairo Bulletin.
Uramd Tower, His, Nov. 26. River
falling. Weaiber clear and pleasant.
Up: Joe Kinney, 7 a m. Down: J b
Hyatt, R A Babbage and Bismarck.
Memfuis, Nov. 20. weather clear and
pleasant. River fell 4 inches- Departed:
Rubt. Mitchell and John Kiltrour fur New
Orleans; John D Parker for Cincinnati;
Elliott for St. Louis.
Nabuville. Nov. i!6. Thero is no
change in the river, 18 inches on Harpeth
shoals, a rise expected Iroui heavy rains
of yesterday and last night. Weather
Lodiiville. Nov. SC. River stationa
ry with four feet in the canal, and 2 foot
in tho chute, 6 feet reported at French
island; arrived Slay liousion irom mew
Orleans The new locks are all ritfht
again and boats can cow pass through the
FiTTSiilTRU. Monongabela three feel
and four inches deep, about stationary.
A light snow loll to-day. No arrivals or
N ew Orlbams, Nov. ze. Arrived : in-
diana, Louisville; Mary Porsythe, St.
iiouls. Depariea; onannon, tor viniiu
nati. Weathor clear and pleasant.
Cincinnati, Nov. 26.--Rlver six feet
ten inches and falllnvr. Arrived the
Charmer from K-ansvllle; tha R. jit. Hud
son from Wheollng; tbo Lawrence from
Memphis. The Omelia departed for New
8t. Lobis, Nov. 20. Arrived: Kellogg
Cairn: St. Joe. Memphis. Departed: Kel
logg and Glasgow, New Orleans; Belle of
Pike, Memphis; St. Johns, Keokuk.
River falling with four feet to Cairo.
Woather fair but cold.
Rvansvillb, Nov. 20. Rained during
the night, but is clear and warm to-day,
with the mercury at 46. River stationary.
Up: Arlington,! a.m.;' Mary Miller, 7 a.m.;
Idlawild and La Claire, 9 a.m. Down:
Mary Davage and Eddyville, 11 a.m.;
Mary Ament, 4 p.m , Tarascon, 4:30 p.m.;
Idlawild, 7 p.m. Boats) depart with good
trip, and business U active.
up if desired.
DEN Nig HALKT. .
W. f. IULUDAY, President;
UKNKT L. HALLIDAT. Vice-l'reslStat
A. B.MAFFOUU, Caolilar;
WALTER UYSLOP, Aestilaal Chier.
' HtaitsTaiLOB, Kobist H. Cvaatsaaaa.
.Hanar L. HaisissT, W. I". IUllidav,
Uso. D. Wliuaaaoa, Srarasa Hina
A. R. HirrosK.
Eaeaaaa. Vola aad Ualtstl Hsasna
aaa ItoiscBt aad SSola.
EPOHITH rweleod, aad a fral banklas
On Eighth ("treat, between Commercial aad Wash
nipoa Avsauaa, is oauv rosaiviaf
NEW MILLINERY (iOODS
LATEST FALL AMD WIETER STTLat
rleeiiet a lull liaa of
ITrtmmad aad aatriraaod,!
fRErlCU FLOWERS. JtlBBtiNi. TBIMMIROa
fall klada, Laeee, oso., ete.
Mrs. MeOea haa also a larfo aMOrtasaat o
Fancy AiSlelea,aaeh as -
.NECE Tl.'X. COLLAR. VNOEsJILKllVaa,
uvrra, HiHun, fanh,
Aad all other art idea asaally loaad la a
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Fancy and Millinery Goods, has a ttctjoae aad
complete assortment of Cincinnati "Custoas
Made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren!' Hoots, Black and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest aad beet
Shoes in the market, and tbls Is the oaly
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURl, vrasideati
KOHKHT. Md. it'1. lie.freiliJesl
C. . UUOHE. CeSftler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
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n tiUlM soooriiiee rjoaant aaa ooto.
latareal Atlewoa ass Tlaaa Passealsa.
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OR 8ALB.J?SJit!:lfO BALK
fare from Liverfool,
fare from Lodcdbrrt
Vara from Olamow,
Tare from QueeemoWm
TO OAIKO, i i : t : t t t fit t
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MRS. M. SWANDER,
aaa opeaed oat aa oiuaeie aieak el
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LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK CORtrRiaaa
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS.
3TIjO W -EI3$S,
Aad aa alaiaas aasonaaaas oi
laces, Fauroao, bid oLoyas, BoeiBRf
aad all articles asoalljr kept la a1 tretloas atie
Mra. laaadtr iavitaa She puNie t rail aad 'a
peslher slock, vhiah aba all! take peaaufslo
howiaa old aa wall a new cn.'Ort are.
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COUNSELORS AT HAW,
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