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and children. ,
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CAIBO. - - IIxL.
CAIRO PAIL Y
C n a 1 1 t u ess,
t lironic Dlar
luipurlly of the
IIIimmI, l'cvcr and
and all DUeasea
raiiHt'il ly I)n-
rangemont of LJvvr, ltou els and Kidm-yi.
SYMPTOMS OF A lHRAKI I.IVKB.
Ilad Urcath; I'atu in the Si.lr, k'-inrtimcs the
pain U felt uniler the Sin. uliicr. Wade, nnsulccn fur
Kheumatim : general I k of app'-tne ; Howrls
generally coktivc, v.met:iii'; alternating with lax;
the head is troubled with pin, is dull and heavy,
with considerable loss of rri-m'ry , ai-Companiei
with a painful sensation ofle.mny uiidmu: something
ivhicli might to have I, rn d'.ne, a slight, dry couih
and flushed fate is lomctimc an attendant, often
mistaken for consuniiiiion; the patient complains
of weariness and del.ilny . nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or liurn nH', s.,nietnnes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists, spirits arc low and despondent,
and, although satiliet mat exercise would he bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the d.sea e. hut cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
bave been extensively deranged.
It should be tined by all c risoiis, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Persona Traveling; nr Uvlng In Vu
healthy Lo:alitie,7jy taking a d.se nerasiw
ally to keen the Liver in healthy acn .n, will avoid
all Malaria, lilllnus attack., Iuzmkss, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression I-sj.irt., etc It
will invigorate like a glius of wine, but lit no lw
If You have enlen rttiytlilng barrl ol
rllgeslion, or feel h(avy after mea l, or Hleep
le.S at niht, take a d'Ae and y u w ili he relieved.
Time anil Doctors' HIH will be saveil
by always keeping the Itcgitlator
in the Hon !
For, whatever the ailment may b, a thorotijjhly
safe purgative, alterative and lonin can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not interfere with business or
IT IS ITIIKLY VK.fi ETA RLE,
And has all the power and ertioai y of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A fiovernor's TeMtlmony.
Simmons Liver B-K'iiator has been in use in my
family fir s ;ine time, and 1 am sitisfied it ts a
valuable addition to tie mednal science.
J Gill Shout kh, Governor of Ala.
Him. Alexander II. Stephens, of (in.,
says: Have dero-e 1 me benefit Ir .m the use oi
Simmon Liver K guLxur, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing: that never falls to
ReUeve." f have used many remedi'-s for Dys
repsla, Liver Affection aiid Dt'.ility, hut never
ave found an;.thmg to benefit me lo the ex-ent
Simmons Liver Regulator hav I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and wcu'd send 'jrthtr fci
such a medicine, and would a ivisc ad who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
tiling that never fails to reli-ve
P M Jannitt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir. T. V4. Mamn says : Fr nil actual ex
penence in the use of Snnm ,r.. l iver Regulator in
my piactice I have leen and am satisfied to use
sod prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
JfcjjTTake only ths Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Triule-MarU
and Signature of J. II. ZKII.IN A CO.
FOR SALE r,V ALL Df L'OGISTS
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MANITFACTURER 4 DKALEK IN" ALL KINDS
Amninnl'.lon of All dencr piionn always on band al
Oencral repairing In all kinds of metal.. Keys
f all descriptions made to order, eud satii.fartlon
warranted. Give mo a call, and he convinced for
yourself, at the a gn of the "BIO GUN ."
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
91-6m Proprietor, Ctlrn. Ill
li a vtrv isUrwtiDf brink, sad hsi bttt nronosiiesd w .v
thHSSodt who h.n r.sd it. It eiplsim ih. prmnipln ol
111. sad dosts sod th. orifin of duettos, sad iboold b rood
r til Ikiokit, .inpit. It contsiot vtimblo preaorlptlons
lor tin our. 01 nervous ana rnvsieai Lei
'. or Nervous and Fhrsleal Debility, Lost
Defective Memory, Desponrlenoy, tod tho
a of diterilors brouctil oo to ovarwork ..4 lsdl-
crotlom i tlto proserlptlona for Catarrh, Sorof ula, ate.
a oopt of ton w.rk Mat br mtti, awtirclf h, Im, by
addrtoatsf tha author,
v W. JAOOM, V .0.. UO W. tk 81, Clatlaaali, Okl.
CAIRO, ILUN01S, TUKSDAV
Various Opinions as to the Outcome
of the Struggle in the Voting
Virginia Conceded to Mahone Apathy o
Department Clerks-Ben. Butler's De
feat Predicted Eiot at Philadelphia
A Professional Suicide Kentucky's
Tanglefoot-Chased to Chicago Sing
ing the Statutes-Bough on the
Boughs, and Other News.
WArJHiNoio.v. Nov. S. The elections, of
N uioriow are the principal topic here to
day. A I ryes are on the doubtful statck.
I . the (lepaitmenis there is fear and
lremb; n-. There is a feeling with di any
i hat the rnJ i at band. Yet, strange a, it
may appeur, nntl it is strange, few fceprn to
be filing home to vole. It U very evident
Unit, say what they may about their former
ly in. nit of money and their trips borne to
vote bein;' voluntary, tbey were not. The
eivh si'i vieo has inken the lash from their
backs. Snme of them have t'iven money
for this campaign and a few will go home to
vote, but they are few. It ii a little odd,
that with the f ar of defeat staring them In
the face, ami a knowledge that defeat nex:
y ar means Iom of position and some of
Ihem loik upon this as next to lost of lift;
that there should be so much apparent apa
thy. 1 rhaps it is th: relaxation which
follows as a sequence tu the
butidaze which the civil ser
vice hill bus but recently released
them. Maiylund and Virifinia are a'tract
ln' me-re attention here than any other of.
the many states that vote to-morrow. Of
course, those in the departments who are
voters there (jo Lome to vote. The states
are so near that there is little excuse for
staying away, and the nearness causes the
entbusia-m in the states to
become cuntaglotM. In Virginia
the contf.s is to be a desperate one.
Savwbit they may of Mabone, be is a.
thorough org a Izei', and he has his forces
well In baud. His vo;ers will be marched
t'j the polls with such military precision
that not a man of tbera will escape. There
are the old stories over again of tissue bal
lots by t housands p ady for immediate use,
and other -tories of bands of drilled re
pealers, and parties of colored men
who are to be run in from North
Carolina and Tennessee. How much
truth there -is ti ail this cannot
be told, b.tt It is pretty safe to bet that Ma
hout will carry the sue, Dezendorf has
tone to V iclnla he resides here now, do
ing a private banking buslness-and will
lead the ''.Straight-outs" In the light
a'.'ainst Mahone and the Democrat. If the
Republicans of Virg ilia should by any
thance be tin ted before tbe election of next
ear, tbe -;ate wou d be Republican iu the
I'i evidential e ect Inn of 1SS4.
Outio.ik in Tlrarlnlav
1'f lEitsjH Mi. Va., Xov. 5. Interest in
ths election to-morrow is uuprecedeuted
throughout tbe Stale, B ith parties are de
termined to bring out their full voting
strength. A number of leading merchants
here have notified the public, through the
paper, that they will keep their places of
business closed to-morrow to ge their em
ployes an oppn aatunity to vote and remain
it the pol: during th day. Col. J. D.
ltrady, chairnu i of ihe Repub ican state
cnminl' ee, ciauii- that the Coalitionists
will carry Yn ciiiia on a popular vote of
1-i.uOO majority; that tbey will poll niaety
fivo per cent, of the colored vote, and if
the K -adjusters stand firm there does not
seem to be toy doubt of the result. 51r.
Brady stated further that tbe Coalitionists
will have twenty majority In the the
House of Delegates and four in the Senate.
He ll Tnk Ilia Word for K. Q
Xkw Yoi'K, Nov. 5. E. B. II iskbti, ed
itor of the Bootoii Herald, w rites the Mail
and Express of this city that Geo. Butler
will be defeated bj fiom 10,000 lo Sin. 000
Wm. T. Croasdate, editor of the Duy,
says: "There is not any doubt that the
! mocrats will elect their State officers,
and tbe Legislature will be Democratic on
joint bailor. Tbe State Senate will, how
ever, be very close, as it happens that a
majority of the holding-over Senators are
Hpublicans. ' '
t (insert l t hlcaKo.
Chicaco. Nov. 5. A sensation caused
by the arres( of Christian Ilelschc formerly
the Accountant-Generiil of Paraguay and
confidential ajviser of the King of that
couutry. The complainant ia Tteodore
Borow.ki, a wealthy merchant at Assump
tion. Ten months r'o, at n State dinner,
Helsche met Mme. Borowki, wife of the
complainant and daughter of a distingttshed
lamiiy. Af'er tliis the visits of the servant
f the Kinu to the home of the merchant
prince, Boiowskl, were frequent, and
rumors of misconduct bad begun to be
whispered, when, one morning, seven
months ago, Heiscbe, together
with Mme. Borowski and
her four-year-old dsuulnT, embarked for
London aod thence to the Contluent, where
tbey paid a loni; visit to the parents of the
unfaithful wife. During thi time Bjiowskl
was beside himslf with rage. Three months
ago tbe runaway pair camn to New York
and tbenco to this city, where they furnish
ed apartments on Webster avenue. All
went well until Borowski, who had discov
ered the whereabouts of the fugitive,
reached here and had Helsche placod under
arrest. Mine. Borowski was found secreted
in the parlor of her home, but as she agreed
to return to her forgiving husband she was
spared the disgrace of arrest. It is claimed
by Boiowskl th'' Heische, ai the
time he bade Montevideo farewell,
took with hi in i3U.O00 belone
lug to tl.e wronged huband, and tb it the
fugitive left a w ifc atid three children at the
l'araguayan capital. Meanwhile tbe hus
band, who had expended many thousand
do.lai t in tracing his wfe, and had traveled
ftcro- three continents, is happy in her
presence after a forced absence of seven
Horn in Mill Wnrlt.
A-BfRv Park, '. .1., Nov. 5. The
member nf llitt WnuTiii' Curistlan im
jicianiH Un:oi hive derided to turn out to
morrow ami work at tim polls In f ivor oi
.the Prohibitionist tiukai.
Hough on I bo 1 ought.
tir. Louis, Nov. 5. Followiug Is a list
of tbe grand Jurors chosen after one hour's
close examination by Judge Van Wagoner,
who In his charge was ?ery solemn and
impressive. There is very little comfort
for the gamblers in the attitude of the court
or the make-up of the grand Jury.
THE JI KY.
Peter L.Foy, Chailes C. Rainwater,
Holla L. Billingsley, Thomas C. Dutro,
liwla Kingslawl, Isaac M. Veit.ch,
Richard sehuienberg, Wm. Zlock, Win.
M. Beck, K. H. Semple, Francis Ltpeie.
fv. Crittenden i in the city In anwei
to the mandate of tbe court to appear a a
witness for the state against soma of his
lately indicted appointee. Tbe great man
does dot -;m hippy. As be arose from a
barber's rn nr at the Srniil. r;i hotel this
morning he was confronted v a reporter,
Uovernor, I've been waiting for you,"
(cheerfully and attentively).
"Well, I didn't ask you to wait," (not
very cheerfully i.
"But governor, I want to know wh:it
can he said for the other side of tms iies.
A inn.' and gloomy pause. Large chunks
oi v -.m cmi a oe picktea up anywhere
wittun tn feet.
"Wi I you not say something on ibis
"Why, I don't know what you want nie
to :iv. I came here, this ruoriiiiii.'. a
wi;nes in court to talk before h" wa
caiieii upon, ami on the very subject upon
which he was to testify?"
"Well, governor, do you hope that court
proceedings will clear toti of what the press
ha brought against you?"
"Oh, I take no cognizance of newspa
pers." "Well, of what you have currently been
' 'I am not here to prophecy with regaid
to tbe future. I am here as a witne-s in a
court of Justice. I should not talk with
you at all."
"Well, how doyou feel about the future,
anyhow?" The reporter looked up into
the would-Giid- I-could-enter-a-nunnery
face before biin and had his nwer long
before it came from tbe lips.
"Well," he said, "I can't tell anything
about the future. There have been strange
times in the past. There may be more com
ing. I don't know. But 1 realiy reitise to
have anything to say with representatives of
the press. I bave nothing to say, mi ;
nothing at all to say. Good day, sir;
A rolnter-Why Miss Churchill I.rlt
r. Lulls. No. 5. Peter S. BanU, an
employe of the Custom bouse, and a most
particular friend of the Churchill family,
w i- asked for his opinion upon Mary's
probable motive In leaving home.
' "Well," he replied, "all I cau ay Is
that Col. Churchill ha been honesUatid
eanjid with the public from the first in this
matter. He concealed nothing and knew
nothing that be did not tell the
papers. There are a great many things
connected with domestic matters of this
kind that I really think should not be
divulged to the public, but he has seen Bt
to act uifferently from what I would under
the same circumstances, Mary, as her an
swer indicates, Is determined to keep hot
own secrets, and her motives are known
only to herself. Like tde rtporters, 1 was
tirst of the opinion that there was a gentle
nun in the eae, but we
were al deceived. The fact Is
that .Mary is less to blame
th:n outsiders who bave mixed themselves
in her affair and have interferred w ith her
home relations. If I should prescribe
certain rules and regulations for the .iv
ei nineiit of my children and no one has
rii'ht to interfere with uie because my
plan may differ from these adopted by
other parents. My rules may seem severe,
stringi'iit, but mat dues not give my
neighbor the right to Interfere. I
am stti-ti'd that Mr. Church
iles neighbors " have con
tribute I to Mary's discontent and may have
led to her departure from home. Her dis
posit. on ft.i a quiet and even one, and hei
fattier is uniforms kind. It ts a fact thai
for six or seven years Mrs. Churchill has
been an invalid, there being hardly two
weeks that she could keep out of bed for a
longtime. Tbi may liftve ruffled her di
position somewhat, but Mary's dissatisfac
tion in my opinion arose more from outside
interference thm tram any re;atlori with
ber pan n:. ' '
'I he Min Hint I.entlslo Minder.
Mn.wAfKKi", Wis,, Ncv. 5. -A Prince
ton, Wis. , dispa'c'.i, says: "M:. E.len
Long, a widow, and L. 3. Whitteinore,
father of tbe boy found In the river with his
throat cut. have been arrested for murder.
The detectives who took the cae had their
suspicion turned to Mrs. Long, because of
rumor that the once attempted to poison
Whitteinore's wife uud failed. Searching
her houe they found bloody clothes which
she had been wearing up the time of the
murder, and a butcher knife and two ra.o:i
s ained with blood. In a well on t Up prem
ises was found a club with blood m.u k.
The neiirhbois say that criminal Intimacy
existed between the widow and Whitte
inore and that it was known to herson, wbo
was thus probably disposed of to stop a
.. -111(111. The boy was mi-sing ten days
inii the father made little effort to Uud him.
I'i. e theory is that the boy was killed by
Mi. Long in her cellar and that the father
carried the body to the river and hid it in
the place where he pretonded to rirst (lis-i'iivji-
it l?n tlavs later. Mrs. Lout is a
di'uhter of Ex-County Judge A." II.
A r res l Of n Forger.
ItosioN, Nov. 5. A young man giving
his n inii' L' liter . Johnson, is under ar
ret, c'riri.'td with passing a forged check
oil the National Park Bank of New York,
uud signal "John S. H, Meyers." A
p ie ige of blank cliecUs of tne Fust N i
lioii il Bank of N-w York were found
ss 1 1 h 1 1 i i M . d" sai l that hi real name was
l iank M'-yer and tint the alleged signer of
tne check wa hi iirnther.
t.nsl in l he Arctic Ocean.
Bi'SinN, N"V. 5. The whaling balk
Lou s - wis lost Septenibor 12 in the Arctic
iiee.ui, by staking Ice. Six men perished.
Tin- caplain and chief officer arrived at snu
Ft inci'co yeterday In the baritie Francis
Hrorkwii Nntrltle at Brooklyn.
Nkw YoitK, Nov. 5. Pater R. Brnik
w t, aired. 52, freight agent of the West
-h o" Kailroad, killed himself to-day a. Ids,
n sklonce, No. 07 Cumberland st
Mtiokiyn. His son was klilod and scaped
in T x.ts by Indliius two weeks ao.
A Kerosene KaploHon.
Huston. Nov. ft. Bj 'he explosion of t
kcioscne lump lo-day Miy Kb.usuu, ud
t!t. and Annlo Kelly, sged 'il, wm prob
ably fatally burned.
A ProtMaloual Kaicidr.
Pllir.AliKI.PllIA. Nov. 5,-Yesterday f.
ternooii John Berwick, a,'ed i'i years, who
for I he past two years has show n symptoms
of mental aberration and who has a mania
for fe'gning attempts at suicide, was In a
saloon and became quarrelsome with soma
uiiipai Ions, and bis father was tent for.
On the latter's arrival John remarked that
he had a great deal of trouble, and stepping
into the street, swallowed the contorts of a
vial. A moment later he fell down and be
Biin writhing and going into convulsions.
Hu was quickly taken to St. Joseph'!
Hospital, where he said be had
swallowed some Paris green. Tbe
stainach-ptunp was applied, but no trace of
poison coti.d be discovered. There was,
however, a strong odor of alcohol about the
young auu. Tbe father said that his son
had been drinking heavily, but that he bad
not taken poison. Sometimes be would
draw a bottle from his pocket at the table,
bid the family good-bye and drink tbe con
tents. Eighteen months ago he claimed to
nave been bitten by a dog, and at tbe end cf
nine days he simulated synitomj of bydra
pbobia. Ho was apparently unconscious
that tilirht, although his pulse was almost
normal. A diagnosis of his case will be
Itlol in thellljr ol Brotherly l.ovr.
Ph!i.aielphia, Nov. 5. An electioneer
ing row occurred to-day up town, near
Willow strict, in which several men and
women were badly injured. It grew out of
ba'l feeling at the last cornner'scnnventlon,
when two politicians and an ex-politican,
Frank Carroll, bad a tough and tumble
ri'ht with Dennis Kelly, a rounder. To
day Carroll went with his
gang to Kelly's house, called
him out, and afiar throwing him
down, cut him badly with 'a knife. Mrs.
Cuff, in front nf whose house the fight oc
curred, cried "murder!" which drew a
crowd, and th-; Carroll gang then knocked
her d iwu and beat her. By this time Kel
ly's gang appeared on the scene and began
a serious tight with bricks, stones and
OUTS1DEKS JOINED IN
and many heads as well as all tbe wiudows
in the neighborhood were broken. A
thousand people witnessed tbe tight, and
there was consequently great excitement.
A squad of police dispersed the mob.
Kelly and his brother were badly cut. Jobn
Dougherty received what may be a mortal
wound. J h i and Thomas Daupby, broth
ers, were badly cut. Carroll was also bad
ly used up. He and bis gang escaped tbe
police. Many others received cuts.
Kennril from I he German Empress).
New York. Nov. 8. Mrs. Anute Otten
dorfer of this city, who, owlnj to 111 health,
has not been able to leave her house for
sometime, has been agreeably surprised by
receiving through the German Embassador
at Washington,, a parcel containing a Ger
man decoration, accompanied by the fol
lowing autograph letter from the German
"To Mrs, Anna Ottendorfer, New York.
"I have learned with special gratification
of your humanitarian works, especially in
t.vvur of our countrymen and women in
America, and desire to show to you that the
w orks of charity done abroad' are also
greatly remembered in our native country
by sending you herewith a token of merit.
The decoratiou. made of siver, Is
supeiided by a white ribbon and Is in
closed in a blue velvet case. In Its center
it shows a cross which is surrounded by a
wreath of oak leaves In blue enamel, and
the following Inscription. "For Merit."
Tbe monogram of the Empress, sur
mounted by a crown, Is seen below the
cross, and tbe whole is surmounted by tha
royal crown of Prussia.
Lkxinoton. Ky., Nov. 6. There are
11.' " V ' . . !'i'.i of whisky in bond In this
district, buut is being taken out rapidly.
Only oue distillery is now running in th
district, that of W. E. Pope. In Maysvllle,
nud it is running only half capacity. Twt
others w ill start up to-day, that of dailies 4
Co.. in FranKforl, and tbatof White 4Co,,
in Paris. With these exceptions probably
no others In the district will start befort
February, as some of the distillers wish tc
wait and see what Congress will do.
others do not wish over-produollon. Ex
portation to Canada and Bermuda hai
practically ceased, only 20 barrels bavlnj
been exported from this district las'
A C lollilng Store Clerk Assassinated
Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 5. A young mas
named Joseph Cammenzlng, employed ii
the clothing bouse of C. R. Mabley & Co.,
was shot and klled last night In the city su
burbs by an unknown party. The affair U
involved in mystery. The shot was hearc
and the man wbo fired it was seen to leavs
tbe snot by two women, but hasnotyei
A fl armorer's Seat.
Pi rriH R.G, Nov. 6. Early this morning
Huboard Milton, colored, shot Annie Posey
lu n disorderly house. Tbe murderei
Jumped from a third-story window and
es-aped. The woman died shortly after.
Hubbard was Jealous.
Miiimi was captured by the police. Ha
s ems indifferent to the consequences ol
bis ciiiiic. .
I pion'aj INiisrsrratlon.
W a h I .G ton , Nov. 5. Mr. L'pton, Sc-
fund Comptroller of Curreucy, in bis au
ii'i il report suggests atatute limitation on
w.ti c liin. Tula he thinks would effective
ly i ii'hi ii any claim ageut or attorney
from pr.-entliig cliims, as has heretofjro
been ilmic, without even an attempt to
ei i iin weatner ttiey were meritorious.
he ( ablnel al Anuapolla.
Avsu'D! s. Md., Nov. 6. Elaboratu
preparation are being made at the Naval
Academy for tbe reception of the President
and tils Cabinet. Tney will return to Wain
in, 'ion the same day.
e Jeisey Uood Burning.
Maviawax, N. J., Nov. 6. A largo
tract of woods in the rear of tbe to n was
fired by huutcrs yesterday, tbe (limes
spreading in all directions, endangering
in ;i n v houses.
Washington. Nov. 6. The Issue of
standard dollars for the week ending No
vember 3 amounts to 871,499, against 1,
C1H. 000 for the corresponding period last
The) i roubl at Danville, Tav
Wasiiiniiton. No. 5. Comnrialonar
Evans to-dav received en official letter
from Danville, Ye., atatiug that further
trouble . feared tkere. Threats state
hsteo ml pUnl Hfr aWiue JtfsCeit.
IntsTlna; the Nlainie. ,
St. Loui.h, Nov. 5. In v,ew of the at!,
fertiscd appearance of Sullivau and Slade
it the. People's theatre, Chief of Police
laatfe notified manager Robertson that
iere wa a statute In this state forbid
ling sparling matches. When seen this
nornlng manager Robertson was asked
hat effect this would have on to-night's
erformance. He said that the puglllste
ould certainly appear as advertised, coin
n if mi tbe stage not as boxers but as ac
ors in an episode. A picnic scene will be.
i c,oed, the cultivated John L. appear,
lug in the cbarater of lover of the girl in
Itmher Hubbard bonnet eatlug a bami
lamlwicb which she shares with him. Slade;
Ml he so maddened with Jealousy thai'
lot Liny but a resort to the gloves will satis :
'v. Immediately, there will not be a real
tigging match but a very grapbio repre.j
i 'iitaiton of one. Manager Robertson does,
aot understand that there is any law against,
acting a sparring match than ibere t
gainst actinir a murder. j
City Couue,or Bell said to Mr. Robertson.
x-day that the police would have no right
o interfere with the performance beyond
Y.ng information against Mr. Robert
Abbey lo Nnpply the Harmony.
Cincinnati, Nov. 6. The opera festi
val agreement is closed in favor of Mr. Ab
bey, who certainly has one of the best
companies that ever appeared before a
Cincinnati audience. The festival begini
Monday evening, Feb. 11, and will contin
ue for two weeks, performances will be
,-iven on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday evening, and on Wednesday and
Saturday aficrnonn. The usual auction
i:iie of tteats will be held, beginning January
I'i. The sale of season tic'sets without pre;
nilum begin Monday the i'ind of January
and closes five days later. Tbe orchestra
will contain 100 instruments and the chorus
IM) voices. Madame Cavalazzl Is premiere
danseuse. Operas wilt be etven io the fol
lowing order: Faut, Lepzophetl, Lucia,
Gascor.da, Trovatore, Le Nnzai de Figaro,
La Somnambula, Mignon, Hamlet, Robert
le Diable, Martha, Mi -flslofele. Among
the principal singers are N dsson, Salchi,
Lablaclie. Scinwltche, Forte, F trsch-Madl,
( apoul, Va leria, ind D I Puenta.
neatb from Expoeur.
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 5. Frank, a
graudson of Commodore W, ke, of tbe
i'nited States Navy, was found dead on the
'.'ttth of October about twenty-seven miles
fiom Pleasant Valley Station, on the Den
ver aud R:o Grande. He was herding
sheep on the rauge there, aod
jetting lost he wanderel about till
be died of exposure. The persons who
found the body identified it by a letter In
the coat pocket from bis ami', Mrs. Wilkes,
il this city, who was notifl-d by telegraph.
On her instructions the body was sent to
this city, and yesterday they were for.
warded to bis father hi Zan svllle, O.
Dallas, Tex,, Nov. 5. There Is great
O'liuplamt among merchants at the delays
they are subjected to in the receipt of goods
htpped from Extern markets. Some of tbe
delays on shipments from Cincinnati, St.
I.i.iiis, Chicago and other points have run
up to nearly two mouths, and serious lltlga-
ion U the natural outcome. Several busi
ness men, w ho had toods delayed nearly
t.irce (Jays by tho burning of tbe Texas
Central bridge near Pa uier last Monday,
h tvc combined to brin; suit against the
C'impar.y to recover damage.
CATTLE Receipts 7,500; steady;
exports vi lurSH ti iroou io choice
shipping (iioted at K 40 Cwi 00; common
to ta:r t:i Wha4 f.
HUli--iteceii)ts 500; quiet and
siotv: oftflOc lower; light at $4 25iaU 70;
rough packing tit U trail SO; heavy packing
and shipping U 115 ai If).
CATTLE Exporters tti Wtfrj 40: pood
Pi ln-.ivy do tb)(d$ 00; IL'ht to fair tt -Xticb
.:'."; common to medium yt 4'V4 90; fair
o good uoiorauot-t w ): southwest $3 li
ol.Vi; grass Texan ) 0J i; lliht to
;omi stockers i.f frJiiid 7.j; fair to good feed
;r ;i i.Veil 23; common to choice native
tows and heifers t2 2.VoH00; scallawags of
inv kind flWifi 40.
SHEEP Common, medium Hhtf250ra
J 25; .air to good U .V)fa3 7f: prime W HO
'u i)U; fair to good Texan ti llxd'i B0.
1 IOOS Receipts 2,271 head: shipment
4, Ml head. Market steadyand active, York
ers selling at 4 40fo)4 83, rough mixed
a' U 50ra I t)b, and butchers steady at $4 73
(H 0"; shippers not buying.
WHEAT November U December
l'V; year; January 97V; May W 041k:.
CORN November 49; December 48;
January 47; Mav I0 i vear 43.
OATS November :8. H ;; December 28V;
year 28V; May 2X.
WHEAT-Higher; closing at HOOK b.
November; il 02V Decem.be,'; fl 04?i
CORN Higher; 45 November; 42V
year; 43S May.
OATS Stronger; 26K November;
WHEAT November ' il 10; Decem
ber il 11V; January $1 14; February
1 16; Mav U 21.
CORN November 50V; December GOV;
January 60 s.
OA IS November 56; December 36.;
January 117 -'a ; February 40X.
Bl'TTKR-Creamery at 2.'f328 to 29 for
selections, a shade more In a small way;
seconds at dairy rates. Dairy at 20(321
for choice to fancy to 23 for selection.;
fair 12(315; low 'undo 8310. Ooodto
choice near-by iu pails 11(813; common 7ia
POULTRY Chickens dead dull and
w eak with offerln quite liberal. Turkey
in fair request. We quote: Spring onlckens
mall IZebtl 00; fn'r to choice. $1 tVl
30; choice 2: Old chickens Cocke $2 7fx2;
lutxed. i 1'- o5i .. oens, $2 AO;
mixed young and old &1 7502 23;
iurk-v, 4(W V dozen; accoidlng to slz,
or 10c per lb. live weight; ducks W 00(32 60.
E(rGS-Receipts42tpks. In better de
mand and drm atlDfai'JtiO for good mark.
WDeai arriven nrm aim nigoer; corn nt
arnve uuchanged. Wheal aud corn
to arrivi) nrnier. Jtara ius
Wbeut and eorn q i.ct but steady. GeuntfT
uurketa steady. " tlifornie wheat to erme
.uiieml I'ul. Si. i wheat steady I 5. I
sprin: 5s 81; No. i spring none In marswel
U !iJin winter W; Mixed Westssr
v iru (itiiet at. a ai. Detaan4
fiom rt.iiuliieiit and United h iesatsTi 4sVKl
raio Isii' wkoal aud out.