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pyNOTB. Changa will he publiihed from
time to time in city papera. Change your carda ac
cordingly. WM. M. MURPHY, P. M.
E0RGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the nomeopathic treat
ment of farcical dlaesaea. and dlaeaees of women
OKiTCK On 14th atreet. oppcaite the Poit
ofllce, Cairo. III.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAPOK, SLKCTRO-VArOR kd MEDIOATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. 0. JOCSLVNi
OPPICX Eighth Street, near Com rierela! Avenoa
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
OFficl No. 13X Commercial Avenne, between
Kubt'jand Ninth StreeU
f a. . imith.
csbrrt a. aaiTH.
Grand Central Store.
OAuIRO. - - JJLJj,
C hruulo Dlur
Impurity of the
lilo.xl, lever jnd
uml all UUeaiw
ranat'd liy I)n
rangement of Liver, Ilotvol and Kidnoj it,
SYMPTOMS OF A IHSEAKH LITER.
bad Breath: I'am in the M'i'., kmctimet the
pain ii felt under the tih'iiilder-bLdc, mistaken fur
Kheumallxn ; general h- of appetite: Biwcb
generally custtve, sometimu aliertuit:i:g with lax;
the head U troubled with pa.n, dull a. id heavy,
with considerable loss of ni'.in'j.-y, accompanied
with a painful sensatt .n f leaving undone something
hich ought to have W- n done; a 1 :ht, dry cou;ri
and fluied face i VjMietunei an atundant, often
mistaken for cotivuriiitiuu, the patiirni complaini
of wearnr.ss and dehil.t, nervous, easily surtied;
fert cold or h. lining, s ,in':times a pru kly sensation
of the skin exits, i,ints ate low anj despondent,
and, although saii.itied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, hut case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Li HI to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all iirrnoi), old and
young, vthenover any of above
bk or Llvlnir. tn in
H, by taking a tlose occasion
ally to keep the liver in healthy aciun, will avoid
all Malaria, lillloua attack, Ji?r.nest, Nau
tea, Drowsiness, bepressicn of -pints, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but ia uo Id
If You have alon anj-thing hard ol
dlgestiiy), or feel heavy af:er rr.'.,!s. or Hleep
Itwa at niht, uke a dote ami you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' HUN Mill l, aavciJ
by alwnyt keeping the Itfgulutor
in the House!
For, whatever the ailment may b., a thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never De out of place. I he rrnie ly is Imrmlf a
and doe not Interfere vt itli business or
IT IS ITRELY VKfiET.im.K.
And has all the )w-r andetri'-ay r,i Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after efiVtt.
A 4iuvernor'a Textitnntiy.
Pimm ,ns I.iver K.uLtor has Uen in use in my
family for s me time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to die medical science.
J Gill Siioitrrx, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Vtetiliena, of Ga.,
ays: Have dcrtsci ome betient tr-m the use of
bimmons Liver k giUtor, an l wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fafla to
Relieve." f have used rrunv remedies for Dys
pepsia,' I.iver Affection ami iJchuity, hut never
nave found anything to ben-fit me to the entent
btmmons Liver Regulator hns 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it. and would send urthcr for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to g.ve it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P M Janm't, Minneapolis, M:nn.
Dr. T. M Maiuiii ,tys f rom actual ex
perience in the use of r-iuinijtis Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it a a purgatue medicine.
iVa?Take only the Genuine, wh.eh always
haa on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEII.IN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
W. 6TRATTON, Ca:ro
T. BIRD, Missouri.
STBATTOX & BIHD,
No. 57 Ohio Ler:e, Cairo, I'l.
tW Agent American Powder Co.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
tHh Stroei, tictween Com'l Ar .ud Lcvvu.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMC.VITIOX.
Safea Heaaired, All Klnda o! Kev Msdn.
DC ALRKII IV
KLOI S, (4KAIN AND
Egyptian Flouring Mil I
Hirbt8t Cash Priop Paid for W!iihI.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest iu the city; established iu 1862-
Com'l Ave., between 9th and 10th Sta.
MANUFACTURER DKALER IS ALL KINDS
Ammunt'.iooof all dencr pMonn alwiya on band al
Oeneral repairing in all kinds of metal. Key
fall dexcrlptioua made to order, and eatlnfactlon
warranted. Give me a call, and he convinced for
yourself, at the a gn of tb "DIG GUN."
JOHN A. KOKHLEH,
fll-6m Pronrlclor, Cnlro. Ill
Stnto t: Mrnrofl S's. .Chicago.
fvjr Ij-., . X) .i.f.., .11) ti'ttrtviup,
fit l'i'r illt-ll U ."sl.tl, t'lps, UfllUa
Slirti. On. n M.tiif'k Sin if. na
vu IitriHy tiiml Out fin, KtTwni
ir K"a i n Anvn mt-u, and ft
The Short-Livad Dignity of Chief of
Oustfld by tha Conr'J of Appeals Carry
the News to! Critleadea-The Case no
Longer ia the Courts Will the Gover
nor Now Aocornmodate the People by
Produoing Those BisignatonB? Turn
ht's Ambition Thristing for Oarpen
e 's Biood OtlierNewa,
laaf Thai Wouldn't Mtlok.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 6. The news that the
ptooeerlinij.s of tb9 rolicerionrd In reraov
ing t'nief (Jitiupbeil lu'd been quashed by
the Court o Appeal ibi morning ivrept
through tne tit like a north breeze, aud
berime tbe one topic ol coQeistion amoD,'
men on 'Chant," , nt ibe City Hall, the
(Joint Hou-e, Four Courts and other
'entera ol political, legislative nd buei
nM circles. The feeling wa one of gen
eral congiatiilaiion, tbe enjoyment of the
diecointiiure of ihe echetners atuoununi
tlmot to enihukia'tu. Wbar. the Immedi
ate eff-ict of the dc-cii-iou wa, aery few
could t-ay with feridimy, but anxtoua ones
went to au'horities, aud, It amiiig tiit in
fleet was uol only to leiur-tale Col. Camp
bell, does to declaro that he bad never lost
'he position of chief, returned to their
friends and communicated their knowi
f'Ot'NSKI.OK BKI.L'S VIEWS,
'"Beini a l what is tb efft-ci of tb-
d"cioii" C.ty Couufior Beli iiid:
'.imply linn Coi. C.inpbeii i. now and
bis been Chief ot PoUcm."
'And when (tons he take his office?"
'Right away. A soon as he caa net up
the Four Courts. ' '
If he baa been Chief ail along will he
Taw the aaiary from tbe time te was rc
"Tbat will be a matter he can settle with
the gemlemm who ba been working Id hit
place. I suppose tbat the salary has beet)
arnt-d by tbe acting Chief of Police, and
h.it it will be iven h'.m.
I the decision of tha court a fioil
"It is final as far a that court Is con
;nied. but tbe cae can be appealed by a
najortry of th. Board. "
"Can the Commissionirs nullify the
tion of the court in any other way?"
"They can br'ne charges against Chief
'ampbfl! and if they are sustained,
n trial have him removed,
mt of course a majority of the board is
necessary to have him removed. I have
en Mayor Ewing and Police Commis
sioner GoodinL-, and they are both satisfied
with the court's decision. I don't see
how they can remove him again until they
Vet another vol. You can av," oonelud
d Mr. Bell, -"that the decision baa been
spf!aud"d by all Qilnssea beard from so
Tba hlef Reports for Onty.
At 1 o'clock ibis afternoon, Chief Camp
I appeared at the Mayor's office, accom
pa i'd by bis attorney, Chas. F. Joy, who
p "fined his Honor the following request:
.otue Hon. Win. L. Kw:ng, President of
ihe Board of Police Commissioners of the
olty of t. Louin:
hin Addre-siDg mvself to you as Mayor
f the city of St". Louis and ox-oflicio
President of the Board of Police Commis
sioners of -.aid city, I have tbe honor to in
form you, and thronsb you to Inform the
Police-Commissioners of the city of M.
Louis, that a Judgment h:is this day been
rendered by tbe St. Louis Court of
Appeals in tbe proceedings hv certiorari
instituted by rue in that court, to-wit: The
case of tbe Mate of Missouri, ex rel., John
W. Campbell, peliiioiier, against the Police
Commissioners of the city of St. LolIs
and other respondents, of which Judgment
1 have the honor to herewith hand you
i eopy, certified by tho clerk of said
art under the seal thereof. By
i Judgment the resolution adopted by
. Board of Vice on the 9th day of Oc
jber, ISM, declaring vacaot the office of
' hlef of Police, is judged and declared to
be null arid void.
I have tbe honor to report myself ready
now, as 1 have at all times on and since
Hid 9th day of October last been ready and
willing to fulfill my duties as Chief of
Police of the city of St. Louis, and re
peclfully requested of you as. President of
mil executive head of said" boaid that
urouer papers be issued enabiinz me,
without hindrance, to resume the aotlve
oerforniance of said duties.
I have the honor to remain your obedient
signed John W. Campbell,
Chief of Police.
Louis, Nov. t), ItSJI.
Bridgeport. Conn., Nov. 6. Bar
iimn's $15,000 elephant, Albert, is very ill
with a fever. An atiempt.to save him will
made by removing1 ihe cause of the
TJ'tble by a surgical operation. This has
ujvr been attempted before, as thopera-
on requires an t enonn6us Incision at
ne kidneys, whir- T required to be
readied . Prof, Doremus of New York
nut Dr. L-ifard, hi "nflnent French
veterinary surgeon, think tbat there is a
inance for a favorable result; but Albert,
must either be killed or cured, for tinder
io circumstances can he be left to live iu
us preseut condition. Toe-attempt will
id made within a fortnight.
ThlrRtliiR lor t nrpeuter'a Dloocl.
Chicago, Nov. 6. -A dispatch from Lin
coln, Ills., says tbat there is, a great feeling
of Insecurity prevailing there owing to the
rumors of an attempt to be made to lynch
Carpenter to-night. Military guarded the
Jail until 3 o'clock this morning, when they
were replaced by special deputies. It la
uot unlikely that violence will be usd to
ward the prisoner on the way to the Cotut
House to Uay. The people seem deter
mined to make him responsible for the Zura
Bums murder, although the evideuce ad
duced before the Judge .yesterday was so
weak that his immediate acquittal It looked
Tlie Ulnae Trades,
Phtsblro, Nov. 6. -A committee of the
Window Oiass Workers' association to-day
publish cardappolnting November Mh for
tn; conference with the mnnufitcturera'
committee. It la doubtful, however, If any
settlement will be affecWd.
fcitlcld by an Esprett Robber.
OakHELi), Wis., Nov. a.-Lee White,
ho been a bagga.-e master on the
Ni r we tern Road, and wboconfessed to
the rut, i,, -ry of a package of money in tbe
expr oflliie here six months atro, com
mitted suicide last night. Tbe robbery bad
long remained a mystery. White bad
borne a good reputation and made full re
stitution of the funds.
I j li hold Fever In Milk.
Pokt Jekvis, N. Y., Nov. C. -There Is
nn.cb anxiety lieni over the epidemic form
of tvpb'Hd fever. Seventy -five cases or
more are d"V,doping dally. Dr. McDonald,
a boiiia'pathlc puysiclau, claims that it is
due in part trmn the use of milk from Mrs.
Cud. Itdback's dairy. Ku invest leation will
be had luiin diatcy.
siurdereil by Hoad Agenia.
( iiic.(,n. Nov. . A Chlhuihu.1. Mexi
co. spcti.il sta'es that Jacob Htpp, a wealthy
res d -nt of Milwaukee. Wis., wblle on his
wav ironi the Mexican Central terminus at
Laredo to, Duranyn, was robtied of W,0t
and murdered by road agi-nta. twotlav,
asrii his was outraged.
CtviiVMit, Nov. 6. Jacob Hahn's
ice-hou-e, three miles sou'h of wjort,
Kv., burned last nlgln. lss, in
The Sovereign of Kuasia and Prussia
Play ing aOame of Forest and Loose.
New Vop.k. Nov. o. The Worid' spe
ciai cabie dispatch from London -ys:
"What may prove to be an embarrassing.
If ro' sei iotis rupture between the Imperial
Courts of Berlin an 1 .St. Petersburg has
jut been announced. 1 : and Duke V adi
mir, eldest b-oih. r of the Car, had ar
Tam.'i'd to make a state visit to Emperor
Wil'iamatBerlin. If is understood tbattnere
aa good (Uai of d'tficulty In bringing
about the visit. When the Czar rdvntly a
L-uest of the Kiir of Den
mark bad attracted the stt n
tion Of all Europe by the length of hi
stay in Copenhagen, and tbe character of
visitois he received, Germany at'enryted
to ar'atigt! a meeting bt tweeu the Czar
and Ltuperor U ilium. This event was ex
pected to counteract the rumors that tbe
principal business of the Czar ami Mr.
(nail-tone at Copenhagen was the formation
of the anti-German alliance. The Emperor
of Russia accepted the Emperor of Ger
many's invitation to meet uini and bis ac
ceptance was widely heralded in Germany's
interest. But when, in response to the
inquiry as to the place of conference,
Wlliiaru named Kiel, in Hoistein, the loss
of which remains to this dav one of Den
mat k's mist hltt'-r .grievances, the Czir
promptly dee hied the conference, Here th
nffair appea'6 1 to close, but it soon leaked
out that the Czar considered the naming of
Keil not oiiiy as an insult to his boit and
relative, tbe King of Denmark, but an af
front to himself, inamuoh as a conference
there at tbe time and under the circum
stan :es would have entr..pped Russia Into
an apparent endorsement of the partition.
This Incident produced a disagreeable
Coomot. between flermans; ud Rviia
which the Berlin statesman has ever since
been trying to remove. The Czar finally
Hrrangea to have his brother Vladimir pay a
royal visit to Germany, and this event was
a so largely heralded. To-day, however.it Is
announced that Grand Duke Vladimir t a
postponed his en.-atement with the Ger
man Einticror. The explanation offered is
tbat Kuia prefers to avoid the njisappre.
tiension which nilirbt bo p-oduced by the
simultaneous presence In BaTiin of Graud
Duke Vladimir and the Austrian Prince Im-o-ilil.
Rudo plie. both as guests of the
G ricsn Emperor. It Is said that the Czar,
whene arranged Vladimir's vi-n. had no
ida that hU brother would meet Budolphe.
It is reported tbat Russia Is greatly Irrita
ted at tbe fffusiU'iics of the recep
tion accorded by the German Court
the Archduke upon bis arrival In Berlin on
unday, and there is a suspicion at the
Ku.sianCouit that Geimat.y intended to
make use of this dual visit to intlni nce
public opinion as lo riif relation btwen
Germany and Russia.
Dispatches from Turin report that M.
Kossuth i dying. The Hungarian patriot
has passed his M-hty -first year, and has
been breaking dn phy.i-ally for some
time. He has ved for over twenty year
In the strictest privacy, devoting himself
chiefly to scientific stud ins il s physic. ans
say that death may occur at any moment.
William Sexton, M. P., In bis addnss at
Ihe City Hall In G avo-.v last ni.'hf , bitterly
d.Minunced Sir Stafford Nortbcote forj the
character of his receiit stump speeches in
Ireland. These; speeches, Mr. Sexton sal,
had caused the present revival of religious
fanaticism in Ireland, and Sir Stafford
Nortbcote was, therefore, personally re
sponsible for the Orange uprlsine and all
the attendant law'essness and bloodshed.
A CONSERVATIVE PROTEST.
The Conservatives at Madrid ate strongly
urging tbe Government to make an official
protest against tbe existence of Cuban
revolutionary societies being permitted in
the United 5'ates.
( OI.C.MBC8, O.. Nov. 0 It Is said that
Judge Iloadley is averse to having a grand
display Ht the inauguration on Monday,
Jin. I. Adjutant-General S. R. "mitti
has been arranging for a great demonstra
tion for 'hit date, and after consulting
with th'1 Otilo N'uloiiii: Guard and other
oi ganii! alions. i ready to issue a general
oi dr for h'' assembling of the military.
!!" w ili nor do m until he bears from the
l ivernor-e'.'-'ct. whom he b.is'iddresscd on
:ie subject. .Indue Hundley will disappoint
many niiii'.t' y hioe If lie s.ts down o i the
i i blo -on' .
Ks-copilou loien. Khprman
G -n. W. T. Sherman ts to be tendered
a reception by the Grand Army Ihe, Re
public?. The commanders of each of post
in the city tnrt y ivrday afternoon and ar
ranged for the reception. There will be
music by the Ui.ited States band, a little
speech of welcome by the old soldiers, and
response by the general. The whole affair
will be brief aud soldier-like. . The old boys
know what tbe old general likes, and will
do things to suit him. Tint full
piogramme will be announced as soon as re
ported to the press.
Zanesvillk, 0., Nov. 6. The dally and
weekly Signal, tbe Democratic organ of
MusklniTUm county, has ohanged hands,
T. W. Gaun er. of the Champaign Demo
crat, and D. H. Gaunter, of tbe Xeuia
Democrat-Newt, beeomlng proprietor.
The price paid AMfl3,000.
Ti'.c lLLC'i . Civ'S-
The V -rj Utest From tn Scene of Con
flict. NEW VOttK.
New York, Nov. ti. All the partiea
and factions Iu tbe State have marshalled
their furoe for the great battle to-day.
The forecast through tbe Slate is favorable
to the Democracy, and tbe Republican
managers are now only working to cut dow n
their opponents' majorities. The Demo
cratic State ticket will have anywhere from
JO. 000 to 100,000 niujority, because tbe re
spectabie people of the Republican party
are apathetic. Maynard, for Secretary of
r-t,te, on the Democratic ticket, ia tbe only
man who will (all behind. This Is on account
tf bis prohibition record, but the number
of liquor dealers who will cut him will be
nesriv made up by the prohibition vote iu
his favor. In tbe city and county of New
York, where there it some factional differ
ence, tbe solid Democratic vote will be
given for tbe state and county ticket. The
majorities on both will be over 50,0o0. It
1 pretty cs rtain that, notwithstanding the
bitterness of the fight on the local Senate
ind aserabiy tickets, which, by the way,
are with few exceptions only contested,
the Democrats hold sufficient votes to
e.ect their men. The Democrats will elect
their Representatives. Tbe Insa of one
S ate .enator and one or two Assembly
men WILL COVER THE imMsOE
From the Republican stronghold in tbe
- Me, the managers admit Ibat If they elect
i: eir men, it will be with pretty reduced
ma; uriti' s.
Ikoy. N. Y., Nov. 6. Tbe aheriff ap
pa.nled ltt.i special sher ffs for the polling
piace.. His act Is severely crttized by Re
puu.icar.s as unprecedented.
Ahead ol Hla Ticket,
Al.iH.W, Nov. ti. -Tbe election is quiet
here, and a heavy vote is being polled. In
the Republican wards Carr is being freely
cut, aod tbe indications are that Maynard
will run ahetd of his ticket In this city.
The Democratic State committee at 1
o'clock sent out the followlug to prominent
Democrats throucout the country: "Our
morning advices from New York are tbat
tne County Democracy, the Tammany and
German organizations report an unexpect
edly small scratching of Maynard, and the
Republican inquiry for Maynard posters is
widespread. Here, in Albany, Maynard is
running ahead of his ticket."
?yrcie, Nov. B. Up to 1 o'clock the
vote of most of tbe city war1s was about
eseo with that of two years ago. Carr, for
secretary of State, runs ahead of his ticket
by tua aid of tbe soldiers and liquor men.
Many temperance men are voting for May
nard, the Dem cratlc candidate
Wokchkster, Nov. 6. The election It
pass.ug off quia ly with every indication of
a large vote. The Rpubllcant are especial
ly active and confident.
In Taunton indications point to the larg
est vole ever known, with large Republican
Lawrence pools an unusually large vote,
with Butler's indicated majority about
Mabioa; It Warm for Ben.
Boston, Nov. 6. The weather to-day
throughout the state Is favorable
or a very b?avy vote. It this
city at 10 u'olock ward 8 gave But
ler 783, Robinson 274. Ward 19 at 11
o'clock showed a Republican majority of
573. In ward 24 Is was considered that half
the votes cast at h) o'clock were Republi
can. Iu N wton tbe indications favor a Repub
In v- ' ", Republican! are clatmlng
InDedbamatlO o'clock Robluson bad
270 against 101 for Butler.
In Maiden at noon Robinson had 1,000 to
COD for Butler,
lu Lowell at 10 o'clock the vote stood,
Butler 1,081, Robinson 2S7.
In Gloucester at tbe same hour, Butler
691, Robinson 112.
At Fall River a total of 6,000 votes will
be cast and the Republicans claim to be
able to reduce Butler's majority to 600.
The Fifth Precinct in the Eleventh Ward
of Bo.ton, which gave Bishop 263 last
year, shows at noon 500 plurality for Robin
son. Returns from other preolnota and Various
wards show a considerable Re
publican gain over last year.
An unprecedented number of votes were
cast early lu the day. The Ninth ward,
w bleb has many colored voters, at 11 o'clock
showed a total of 602 for RoMnson and 357
"m em, Mast,, Nov. 6. The largest vote
for years Is being polled. Appearances In
dicate that Butler's majority of last year
will be materially cut, if not entirely wiped
out. 1 ue Republicans claim this city by
100 majority against last year's majority of
ahout 4X) for Butler.
Boston, Nov, 6. First complete vote
received is that of Hall. Butler 67, Robin
son ,0; Republican gain of 4 over last year.
Pt i T98CRG, Nov. ti. --The day Is cloudy,
warm and threatening rain. Tbe elec
tion is passing off quietly.
Ni disturbance has been re
p i. t-.l. ind up to noon a very light vote was
polied. The Republicans are cutting
Nilcs, their candidate for auditor general,
w hi e the Democrats are generally voting
the .trais-ht ticket.
Tim Munition at Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Nov. . The weather
to-dav is line and the In
dications are that a much larger
vote will he polled In the slate than was
anticipated by the party managers. Tho
contest in the state presents no Issue other
than the the regular one between the Re
publicans and Democrats. It It agreed be
tween tbe leaders of the Democratic ind
Republican sides that all comparison of
figures shall he madewith last year's elec
tion for Governor. The combined vote of
Beaver, Rep., and Stewart, Independent,
w ill be set against that of Patltsoo, Demo
cratic, so ttat gains (or Democrats lo-day
will mean gains at agalntt the full Repub
lican vote. Tbe Democrats will have to
gain some 4.000 on a full vote In order to
elect their ticket to-day. In tblt city the
Interest centers principally on the Comp
trollershlp. S. Davit Page, Democrat, it
indorsed by a committee of one hundred
for that office, while Harper E. Jeffries,
Republican, Is running a I Straight-out.
As tbe committee ol one hundred it a
large factor la fcunirtlpti pUUc
here, th" election of Pag- is ex pre i. U J
one slight row was nuistd at pj lo ua-u-quarter.
awmore, Nov. . The election In
tbl State Is for Governor, Stute Comptrol
ler, Attorney-General and the Legislature
(excepting one-half of the Senate, whf
hold over), aud all county offloers. In Bal
timore city, a Juudge of the Court oi
Appeais, Clerk ef the Supreme
Court, Sheriff, State' Attor
ney, three Judges of th Orphans'
Court and City Surveyors. The Legislature
wnich elects a United States Senator to tuo
ceed Groome, consists of twenty-six sena
tor, and ninety-one members ot the House,
of Delegates. Of tbe thirteen Senators
holding over, five are Democrats tod eight
Republicans. Ot the thirteen senators to,
l cecteii, they stood at tbe last Legisla
tive eleven Democrats and two Rpubil
cans. The House of Delegates stood sixty
Democrats and thirty-one Republicans.
Sr. Paci., Nov. 6. Tbe election In this
state to day is for governor, lieutenant
governor, secretary of state, treasurer,
attorney -general and ratlroad commis
sioner. Each county also elects a portion
of its nfflcors. It is a beautiful day, and
an unusually large vote is being polled,
the main fight being between the candi
dates for governor. The Republicans
re-noniliiated the cn'ire present State
officers, with Governor Hubbsrd at the
head of the ticket. The Democrats nomi
nated for Governor a Norwegian named A.
Rierman. and as over four-fifths of tbe
RepuMlcoN votes of this State are of that
nationality the Democrats hope to make a
close fight. Gov. Hubbard bad a majority
o; over 2i),00Q the last time aod tbe leading
Republicans c!rm 10,000 for blm this time.
Few Democrats conceded more than fl.000.
t. IS HANK A.
Omaha. Neb.. Nov. 6. Reports from
throughout the stare show that a fair
vote is being cast. Tje weather
is favorable. The election is for
J'istice of the Supreme court and four
Regents of the State University. M. D.
K'-ese is the Republican candidate for
)utlce, and James W. Savage represents
tne p-mocrats and Anti-Monopolists.
PitlERsisCRi!, Va., Nov. 6. The eleo
ttou Is passing off quietly. Both parties
are prilling a ucavv vote. The Democrats
claim that if they get 400 negro votes they
"111 carry the city. Senator Mahone visit,
ed the different preeincts this morning.
Wnnl Hla Pin leathers Clipped.
New York. Nov. 6 Teemor, the Pitts
burg sculler, is out with a challenge to row
H id an a five mile race (or the champion
snip of the world before Hanlan goes to Aus
tralia. Teenier says he will give tinman
choice of water and has put up 500 forfeit
with the Chicago Sporting Journal. Teemer
expects to meet Hanlan lu Chicago this
week for the purpose of arranging tbe rac.
Ten Horses burned.
Marshall. Id., Nov. 8. Andrew
HarJway'a large barn, near Martinsville,
burn'-d with lu horses and his farming
imp. entente. Loss $io, 000: no iuturanoe,
Struck by Llarhtnlntr.
RlCHViO.NL, Mo., Nov. 6,-Geo. Crffelt,
a farm band was srru k by lightning this
morning while al work In a field aid seri
ously, if not fatally injured.
CATTLE Receipts 5,000; steady i
exports Jd00,jd: goou ro ohoioe
shipping quoted at, K 40 rtftj 00; oomiuoo
to fair f4 00rYi4 15.
HOG'-'Receiots S2.00J quiet anl
slow: .VtrHOc higher; light at H 70;
rough packing 3 I) JO I 80; heavy paokin
anil shipping H 40io,4 Ui.
CATTLE Exporters W lam 40i irood
to heavy do ib Wdti 00; light to fair jl 233
.i 25; common to inoditirn 4 40ia4 90; fair
0 good Colorado H 00 40: southwest ,$) 75
rl3o; grass I'exans M0Ui'd4 25; light to
;ood stockers $l,W.ii.i 75; fair to good feod
!rs W 7-V4 25; common to choice native
:ows and heifers ti AVaiOO; scalawag of
tny kind 2 Wi 40.
SHEEP Common, medium llht50f9
1 25; (air to good 3 ,W3 75; prime i3 80
ra-4 00; fair to good Texan ti loCwi 60.
HOGS Receipts 2,98(1 heads, shipments
5.36 head. Market steady and active, York
ers selling at H 40ra4 50, rough mixed
at 4 40 d I $4, and butcher steady at (4 7ft
Oil is i; shippers not buying.
WHEAT November 06; December
97V; year; Januarv 98V; May Jl 0o.
CORN November 4US'; December 48 V;
'January 47; May 50H'; year 48.
OATS November 28. S'; Deoember 29;
year 28 '4; May 32 V.
WHEAT Higher; closing at b.
November; H 03 Docembe,-; $ OBH'
(al 0,'ii Januarv.
CORN Higher; 45 November; 42
year; 46-ot46 May.
OATS Stronger; 2"' Deoember;
31 T May.
WHEAT November fl 10; Decern
. ber till; January $114; February
1 18: Mavjl 21.
CORN November 59V; December 60V;
OATS November 36; December 36V.
January 87 V ; February 40X.
Country Prodnoa. ,
BL'TTER-Creainery at 2933) to 29 for
selections, a shade more In a small way;
seconds al dairy rates. Dairy at 24ra25
for choice to fancv to 25 for selections;
fair waiii; low "grade SoiHO. Good to
cbotce near-by In pails lUild; common -i
POULTRY-Chlckens dead dull and
weak with offerings quite liberal. Turkeys
in fair request. We quotet spring uhloken
small 7ftcfrfl 00: fair to choice, tl IV 1
50; choice Old chickens Cocks 2 7or2;
mixed. 2 l'V?2 35; hens. 2 flu;
mixed young aud old . $1 73fSJ 25,
ttirkevs. Idrtf'.i V dozen; accoiding to tlx),
or 10c' per Ib. live weight; ducks$2 00rtt) 60.
EGGS Receipts 321 pks. In better de
mand and firm at UiUo for good marks.
Wheat arrived firm and higher: corn to
ariiVH uuchanged. Wheat and corn
to arrive firmer. Msrk Lane
Wheat ami corn quiet but steady. Country
markets steady. Culiforula wheat to arrive
advanced GO. Spot wheat steady; No. 2
spring Ss 81; No. .1 spring none in market;
Western winter 8s d; Mixed Western
torti tiilet at 5s 8Vd. Demand,
from Con'lnunt and United Ktswiott tMsle
ttu w wucatand corn.