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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUtfDAV MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1884.
ILLINOIS. CENTRAL R.'K
Shortest and Quickest Roatf
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv JLino Kunumu
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Dihkot Connkotio
Tbaim Liavx Caiho:
Arrlvluxtu St.Loulil U0.m.; ChlcaKO,H:Sop.n..,
OonnaciliiK at Odin and Efringliam fir (Mucin
fiati, Loai.villo, Indianauolii n& pol"U Kan.
12:35 p. m. FuHt ftt. ioui uml
Arriving lb St I.ooli 6:43 p. tn., and ronuectlu
for all puiuti We.t,
3:45 p. m. Fust Exiinwi,
Por 8t. Louii and Chicago, arriving at Kt. Lnu'i
10-15 p. m..aud Chicago 'ivOitt. m.
3:45 p. m Cincinnati KxpieMU,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7 :oO a. m. i l.oninvllU 0:Y.
a. m.i ludlanapoil. 4:(T a. m. Pas.iitigert h
thti train reach the above pou.t. lUi to 'JO
HOC Kb In advance of any other rculo
tr-The :5 a. m. tiire.. ha I'L'i.i.MAN
HoaKPIlK CAU from Cairo to Clue Inr.atl. with
out changoa, and through iluepur. to nt. I.o'ilr
Fat Time Kawi..
'1s;14tlOpr,U b? tula "ue go through to Kai.
aimuhcia eta Dolnla without anv del.
eauicd by Hundav Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train fiooi Cairo arrive In new York Mondav
nornlugat 10:85. Thlrty-aix houraln advauceoi
ov other route, ,
iHTVi" through ticket, and furtbei lnlonnatloi
H'plr at Illtnolf Central Kail road Depot, Catro.
i. H. JONKS.TIcael Agent
A. H. HANSON. Oun. Pane. Agent. CMcago
H. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL 1!. K. ,
Train, depait. Train art a.
tM.il ...2:2) a. ir . j tJlall 5 . m
Kxpret. 1:45 p.m. tKirt.. n 45 a.m.
JSt Loula Ex li;ioo. m. I tsi Louie Hi Mi p. m
I. C. R. It (Southern UlVIHKiD)
4:45 a. m tv o. Ex ,.l:lu a. ni.
.....111:30 m. I tN.o. Ex.. 11 :10 a.m.
... 3 45 p.m. tS.O. L ... 4:)p'0.
ST, L. I. M. R. R.
,.. 10:30p.m. I ExprcM a:I0 j. a,,
.. (CO-. p.m. Itst.L. Mall....iu a m
....H:"5 a m tt. L. Ex.. .B in o. m
W., ST. L. P. R. K.
...40a.m. I 'Mall A Ex tl XHn.m.
Ht L. Mall .
tat. L. ax..
Aecom 4:00 n.m. I Areum lfi::ui m.
Freight. 7:4) a.m. freight ...... b 45 p.m
MOBILE 4 OHIO K. R.
Vail 5:2 a.m. I Mall 4-1.' p.m.
Kxpre.. 1 1 :').. m Etpr .. 10:0' pm.
Dalljf except SuDdav. t Dullv.
AND DEPARTURE OF MAiLS
An at I Dep r
I. C. K. R (drouth lock mail). 8 a. in,
" " ..ll.ooam
" (war mll).. 2 8p.m.
" (southern Dlv 4:30p m.
Iron Mountain K. K ...v.Oup.m.
Wana.h R. U. 0 a. m
Texaa A 8t. Loula K. K U i.ooi
at. Loula 4 C.tro 11 K 4 p. m
OhloKlver - '....3 p. in
Mi, hlver arrive. Wed.. Hat. Mon.
I I'm PC
y P. ra.
7 a. ci,
II i m
i p, m
" dvparta Wed , KrU A Sun.
P O. ten dol. op o from 7:3uara to7:3i) pin
P.O. box del. open Irom 6 a. m l?Vp. in.
Hundav. get. del. open from. ...8a. in. to loa. fii.
Sundava hex del. open from... .8 a. ra. to 10:80 aa
time to Unit In city paper.. I fanue yom rjinl. ac
If SUI K. cnangri will M pn''ii.r.a irorr
eordlugly. WM.lf. MUKI'H I
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Onraniied December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
HocroMor to Widow, and Orphan. Mmnal Aid Ho
ctiiiy, o gaiilxud July 4ih, 1877, uui'
the law of im.
JOHN II. KOMN80N t'lu.Mlm.t
WM. 81 II AT i' N Vice l'rtlduni
J. A.OOCUSTINK Trua.unl
C. W. 1)UnNIU.. Moiilra, Advirut
TU0MA LEWI 8 S-.-cr. lar
BOARD OF DIRECTORS rou 1st YEAR.
Win. Htratton.Btrntton Bird, iro.ra, Calin, III.
J. A, Gold. tine, otUolilntlno A Ko.etiwulvr, Vi hole
rnloaiidretnl dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. Ii.j
Prut. lid. Mod ki for ten. ion. ; Ainurt uwi,
i; u. it
initgo an' notary public; Wm. V. l'llchor, com
oroker and Insurance agrnl: It. II HhImI, city
atreet.upurvUori M. I'hilllpa.carpintcrandhulld
eri Tbiimaa Liiwl., attomuy and .ecretnrv K, V,
P:tirco,atU)rnoy t-law, DuQnpIn III . ; K. 0. Paca
ca.hlur of tientunnlal llan, Anlilcv. III. Allierl
llaydnn, ca.hlur of Ouorge Connolly A Co., Hprlng
3 old. Ill t U. M limn, attorney-at-law, liitt Hn.i
olph alreet. Chlcagn; Hon, Unht, A. Ualcrer, at
, tornoy-at-law, Charle.lon. Mo. li. Lulglitor.
fainter First National Hank, htuart. Iowa
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tbo FOLLOWING PRICES :
Ft bottom. Ft. itavo. Capacity gall. price,
0 x U50 $24.00
C x !) 1030 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
Thoittaitki are made of CLKAK CYPHK83, K
in.rn!,..,nlrk, """""'oly hooped and are WATH.ll
TIOHT. They are
Shipped wholflnnd are wll brRcwl
jo prevent their being r.cked or broken In hand
ling. Xetlmatee furnl.hnd for
Tnnka of nny HIkp.
A. H1Q08 Ac IJROS.,
17 Oelord Bt.Mew Orloani, U.
riUECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, lllinolii.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
OAP1TAL. JSIO O.OOO!
i Geupral Banking Business
THO.S, W. HAMilUV.V
jNTERl'RiSE SAVING BANK.
KXC LI'S IV ELY A SAVINGS HANK.
TIIOS, W.IIAI,L1L)A ,
Utiiiimercial Aveime iitiil Rihtli Street
K. IJIKWS, I'rii!d..'nt. I I. NFf. V'.c-l're.'nl
U.WELLS, Cachler. T. J. Kertb, Aa.'t iiasD
. Bro Cairo I Wl'llarn Klt. C-.Iro
I'oierNelf " Wlllium Wolf.... '
'. M M.tcrlbh " I C. O. l'atler "
K. A.Uuder " II. Welle '
J. Y. Clem. on, Cnlcdo'iie.
A wKNEKAL I1ANKTNU liL'HINSfS J'JNK.
Kxi:hang rold and botchr. Iutervrt pa'ul It
the Saving. Dcpattment. Collectioti. iride unci
all Imelnei- promptly attendod tn.
JJK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Comruercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAi'OK, ELKCTKO VAPOn ahd MEDICATED
A .ady In attendance.
M. IJARIJELL, M. D.
OVFK'E Ka.t Hide Coiumerclal. below 9io St.
QR. E W. WHITLOCK,
orrm-Nn. 138 Commercial Avenue, between
grt'j and NlLth Htreeu
0. PARSONS, M. a,
OCULIST AND AUK 1ST.
OPFICE-Clty Drug 8tore, Carbondale, 111.
a v- Si
h-x ' O a.
THE BtST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
H In n Sppoillc for the cure of Fnllliiff of the
womli, U'ucorrlxi'.t, l'nln In the Buck, l'iilnful
tirH'ipiireaxi'd Menstrimllmi, l' loodlng. Fulnt
IiiK KciiHiitloiiR, mid nil lliu varied troulilp nt
tomliiig tliv perluil known as Chanfre of Life,
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC SiVi
mill HTKKMiTII to tllP 1'TKItIKK KUNCTIONH,
exciting lioaltliy iii'tlon, and restoring tlimn to
tlifflriiornuil coiiilllinn, It In pleasant to the
tllHll'.MAV Itlt TAh KX AT ANY T1MK, Alld U
truly tt "Mothor'i Friend." For further ad
vice, rouil Merri ll AlnmiiKe. Full diructUmit
with eiii'lt bottle. I'iIimv'i.ik). l'reimreil tw
JAOOB S. MF.RRELL, St. Loula. Mo.
toiu by ail lruiulsta ami Ovuiersin MoUlclue.
Causes no Pain
Gives Keller' at
Cure, Not a Liq-
SlAY-EEVER nil or snuff. A p.
ply into no.lrla (live It a Tr'al, 50 cent" al
druggist.. B0 cent bv mall Mirl.tered.
lot circular. Hamnle bv mall 10 euiita.
KLY BKOTUKKS, DruggUU.Owego, K' 7.
For a Good ileal
or a good room, go to Dt-Buuo'i, 50 Ohio
Special Terra ot the Circuit Court.
A special term of lliu circuit court of
AlciHoder county, in the statu of Illinois,
lor tlio trannaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal buHincHs has been this
day called to convone at tlio court house in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1881, at 2 o'clock P. 51.
Alex II. Iimx, Clerk.
Cairo, III., Sept. 20th, 1884.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun'fi, 50 Ohio levoe.
On account of the low price of (lour, I
have increased the size and weight ot my
loaves an I now olfer to the public a larger
loaf of butter quality than any baker in the
city. Frank Kuatkv.
A Startling- Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of HuroD, Dak., writes
that his wifo had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedits tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B tilts Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
Open Pay and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Oiiio levee, tf
KncKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds.
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venie,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Only the Beat Brand of Uj gters,
at DeBiiUn'6, 50 Ohio levee. tf
An End to Bone Scraping;. .
Edward Shepherd, of Harrishurg, 111.,
says: "Having roceived so much benefit
from JBiectric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let sutTering humanity know it. Have hud a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Slve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
'Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
oottie, and liucklens Arnica fcalve at 2oc
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Look for the Bed Light,
at DeBauu's 50 Ohio levee.
If you are failing; broken, worn out and
nervous, uae "Wells' Ilealthllenewer." 1.
For twenty years I was a suflerer from
catarih of the head aud throat in a very ag
gravated form, and during the summer
months with Hay Fever. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream B dm, and after a few
applications received decided benefit was
cured before the bottle was used. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
Flies, roiches, ants, bed-buss, rat?, mice,
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by Rough
on R-tts." 15cts.
II. Kroegcr, of West Plains, Mo., says:
My wife had flooding last winter, and she
ued one bottle of Merrell's Female Tonic
and was cured, although I had the services
ot two doctors before. She owes her life to
Mr. Mary Boyd, of Avon. St. Genevieve
Co., Mo., says, August 29th, 1883: I have
used Merrell's Female Tonic during
pregnancy, and after child birth, with the
very best result. I cannot speak too high
ly of it.
If you are losing your grip on life, try
'Wells' Health Renewer." Goes direct to
weak spots. (3)
fiiirter'n Lift In T.ivor Pill.
nil rrnilo and irrirnlim. miit.1. r'.ii,r-
- - - ...... V k i i VUl'bkU-
trated medicine onlv: verv cumM- vi.ru uuv
to take; no pain; no grippitu; no purging.
Malaria is caused bv Tornid Liver:
Piles by Constipation; Headache by Indi
gestiou. Avoid them all by using the great
vegetable remedy, Allen's Bilious Phvsic
25 cents. At all druggists. 7
Cheap Romps in Arkans is and Tex as
Along me tire oi tne st. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
PhClllc Railwav and Internntinnal ami
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
ncres of tlio choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
2.00 to 300 and f 1.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1883, and makeup your mind to go ani
soo for yourself when you learu that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Com nan v. and navinir one.fnnrili. nnn.
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tlokotr or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. U. Townsejso, Qon'l Pass. Agt.
&t, Louis, Mo,
The Last Card.
B. A O. Special to the Cairo Bnllutln.
Nkw York, Nev. 1. Some new facts in
regard to the publication of tho fabricated
Ilalpin story, which appeared Friday, leak
ed out yesterday. There is no doubt but
that a secret conference of the republican
leaders was held in tho Fifth Avenue hotel
on Tuesday night. It is said that tho con
ference did not convene until after mid
night and that it lasted until nearly six in
the morning. From all accounts the opin
ions expressed there did not express much
.hope of Mr. Blaine's election. It was the
unanimous opinion that all hope In this
state was gone, and that the only chance of
success lay in carrying New Jcrpcy, Con
necticut and Indiana. Letters were read
from Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan
which in effect said that the situation in
these states whs uncertain aud they were
not in a condition which would warrant
the witters in declaring that tlnre Wis no
danger of Cleveland carrying them. Some
thing must be done and done at once to
turn the tide from Cleveland towards
Blaine. It was finally decided to spring
the Ilalpin business. It was said that all
the arrangements for the telegraphic dis
semination of the story could bo made in
24 hours and it would be put in parts
of the country which could not be reached
by the denials of Mr. Cleveland's friends.
In this city the whole matter has fallen
perfectly flat, except that it has resulted to
the injury of Mr. Blaine. His arrival here
on Tuesday night followed by the 'scandal
ous attack on Cleveland leaves no doubt in
the minds of honest republicans that he
was directly responsible for tho. work, and
that it was not put out earlier as the mana
gers of the republican national committee
I would not assume the responsibility but
waited for his arrival for his decision in
the matter. This opinion is gaining
ground, and there will will be tluusandsof
votes polled for Clevelaud next Tuesday
which would have been cast for Blaine but
for this dirty work.
The following dispatch was to-night sent
out to North Carolina by the national dem
HEADQCAHTEH9 Nat'L DENf. COM., 1
11 WeT TWENTY-FOUUTn ST.,
New Yokk Cm, Oct. 31, '84. )
"R. II. Bittle, chairman democratic
state committee, Raleigh, North Curolina:
I am in receipt of your telegram and of
several communications from your state
calling attention to a circular issued by J.
F. Mott. chairman of the republican exec
utive committee of North Carolina, which
in order to prejudice white voters again6t
the democratic ticket charges that an act
iuthe New York legislature l ttely appr. v
ed by Governor Cleveland, establishes mix
ed schools; while t. the colored voters tf i e
representation id made bv North Carolina
republicans that Cleveland's election would
mean their enslavement. These things are
wholly false. They are only specimens ot
the many fabrication issued by the leaders
of the republican party on the eve of elec
tion in the desperate hope of sustaining
their waning caus?. Democrats all over
the land should remember that Cleveland's
public record is so pure that no attack
could bo made upon it to direct attention
from the public record of their own candi
date. The repub'ican managers have re
sorted to the most outrageous slanders
about Cleveland's private character, the ob
jects of which the country will understand.
They have attempted to excite religious
animosities and to mike dim-rent religious
beliefs subservient to their party schemes
on preterms entirely false and. wholly in
consistent. They have persistently charged
Cleveland with being bitterly anti-catholic
and hive appealed to priests in a circular
which leading catholics denounce as an
outrage against the catholic church as well
as against Gov. Cleveland. Now they have
turned about and in an address to their
presidential candidate, thankfully received
by him, they denounce Cleveland ss tho
representativi of the "paity of rum roman
ism nnd rebellion." As a enntumation of a
campaign of unscrupulous indecency they
have republished a revolting seandal al
ready refuted with a'pretensj of additional
proof which if mvle earlier in tho cam
paign would havo subjected to prosecution
for perjury tho unscrupulous men concern
ed in procuring it. No man who is in fa
vor of honest government will pay the
slightest attention to these slanderous
falsehoods, nor can they affect the result
otherwise than by arousing the indignation
of honest voters and increasing tho majori
ties of Clevehnd and Hendricks olocNiw.
(signed) A. A. Gohman, CI). Ex. Com.
Betweon now and election day it is said
on good authority that the republican man
agirs Intend to tolognph all over tho coun
try fictitious stories which they expect will
gain votes for Biaiuo. Thoir progrsmmo
now is to telegraph Monday night that
Tammany hall is selling out Cleveland.
The authority for this statement is h prom
inent Republican who up to yesterday in
tended to vote for Blaine but who was dis
gusted with tho desporuto resorts Blaine's
friends intend to uso to compass his clue
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to- buy anything,
' If you want toincreaso your busiuoss, ,
If you want to hire anyono,
If you wajit a situation,
If you have house to ront,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise iu Tns Cairo Bullktih,
THE FATE OF KHARTOUM.
A Sheikh Who la Certain Thai
Khartoum Has at, Last.
And That Oordon is a Prisoner in the
Hands of the Bebels His Knowl
edge Gained From Bebels.
A-Heavy Storm Causes Much Damage
to Crops and Fruit in the
West Bahamas, Eld,
Caibo, November 1. A dispatch froan
Dongola states that tho Sheikh, who
left Shendy, .October 7th, states that he la
positive that Khartoum has fallen, and
that Gordon U a prisoner In tho hauds of
the rebels. He admits that bis knowl
edge was obtained solely from rebel
sources. The Government has received
no ofilclal information in confirmation ot
A HEAVY 8TOK.M.
Nassau, N. P., Octobor 24. A heavy
storm, In places reaching to a hurricane,
swept over the Westerly Bahamas from
the 10th to tho ICth Inst., causing damage
to crops aud fruit and disasters to ships.
A number of vessels are known to be lout.
Tho American -schooner Jouathau
Knight, of Philadelphia, went
upon tho reef at 1'ulnietta Point,
aud became a total wreck. All but three
of her crew were drowned. Thomas
Severt, second mate, and Andrew Peter
son, a seaman, managed to reach tho
shore. The schooner T. A. Server, from
Ilultimore, was abandoned off Harbor Is
land, on the 17th. The Captain and crew
reached Duumoretown Lu the boat.
THE O'BRIEX FUND.
Dublin, November 1. Subscriptions
to the fund to recoup Wm. O'Brien for
losses sustained In defraying the expenses
of tho recent legal proceedings In con
nection with the Cornell scandal, amount
to 7,000, and havo been closed in ac
cordance with his request.
The Marquis of Waterford has served
notices upon 500 tcuants to quit their
holdings. As tho tenants are not In
arrears for Tent the action In serving the
notices is an enigma.
A Recreant Lover and a Silly Woman.
Chicago, III., November 1. Amelia
Reemer, a middle-aged lady on West
Nineteenth street, took poison yesterday
because she was to havo been married tho
nlglit before and her lover jilted her.
This Is the third tlmo she has been desert
ed by her Intended husbaud. Sho will re
cover. GUILTY OF FRAUD.
A creditor's bill was filed against Tom
Foley, charging that he is guilty ol fraud
and trying to avoid paying his creditors.
It Is charged that ho has drawn $13,000 a
year from ono of his billiard . halls
and a large sum from another in
the naino of his wife and daughter.
A DEFAULTER TO Bit BROUGHT BACK.
Mr. J. J. Bailie, tho discharged book
keeper of the National Bank of America,
has turned out to be a defaulter, and tho
bank Is going to havo him brought back.
Death oi the Widow Farragrut.
New York, November 1. Mrs. Vir
ginia L. Farragnt, widow of tho lute Ad
miral, died yesterday, aged sixty-one.
She was a daughter of Wm. Loyal, of
Norfolk, Va. She became tho second
wife of the naval hero In 1844. The cause
of her death was Brtght's disease.
Twenty-Five Hours to the Sea.
Chicago III., November 1. Tho Bal
timore & Ohio advertises a "limited" ex
press to run between this city, Washing
ton and Baltimore, tho rnn to bo made In
twenty-five hours, leaving hero at 6:10 p.
in. dally. The company advertises that
there will be no exaction of additional
charges for traveling on this fast special.
The first train leaves to-morrow.
Carelessness With Fire arms Reavalts In
thejUeath ot a Child, i
Baltimore, Md., November 1. Mary
Clifford, two and a half years old, daugh
ter of Thomas L. Clifford, a merchant,
followed a servant Into her father's room
this morning, and while the lattcr's back
was turned procured a pistol as a toy.
The domestic was startled bv a loud re
port, and turning beheld tlio child lying
on tho floor with tho smoking pistol iu her
hand. Tbo ball had entered the check
and lodged In tho spine. Death was In
Chicago, III., November 1. W. H.
II. Stewart tho experienced and popular
General rasscngor Agent of tho Chicago
& Northwestern Railroad, was to-day pro
moted to the position of Assistant Gen
eral Manager. Uui'hitt R. C. Hair, well
known as (ho General Western Traveling
Agent was promoted to General Iasvu
gurAgcnt and U. C. Wicker becomes Gen
eral Trafno Manager. All received numer
Whiaky Did Is.
Cleveland, O., November 1. N. T.
Chariot, a prominent architect and mem
ber of the City Council, was this morning
found dead In Ills oflloo. Investigation
sltowed that he died from tho effects of
llqnor. A bottle half-filled with whisky
was found In his pocket.
To Be DeaM With By VKUaatM.
Tofvka, Has., November l.Th city
of Wlchttg has broomo so Infested with
thieves that a vigilance conrroltteo has
been orgonlxcd to duvke moans to get rid
of them. Tho committeo propoaut to
deal with the thieves as fast as caught
and Intimates that it will hang sosm ot
ttMtn, Tho city adauistratiun at de
nounced. XUlsal stl sv Jtra.
rrrTgiumoa, Pa., KovNurwr
Gerdsr's lead work, near the ADsjjIattty
City limits, ws enihmfy AeaUoyad by Art
this morning. A tin named GMnptea
Death oFRev. Caleb Stevens.
Troy, N. Y., November 1, Rer. Caleb
Stevens, a Methodist minister, dropped
dead at Lanslngburg just after eating hla
breakfast thia morning.
Shot Dead Jn a Quarrel. i
New Orleans, La., November l.In ft
quarrel among Sicilians at the French
Market last night Paola Vltrano was shot
dead. Three persons have been arrested.
VanderbUt's Munlfloenoe. '
New York, November 1 . Within the
past low days W. U. VanderbUt has pre
sented his relatives on Staten Island with?
real estate and other property valued In
the aggregate at upwards of $50,000.
General Jail Breaking;. "
Indianapolis, Ind., November 1.'
Thirteen prisoners succeeded In escaping
from tho Marion County Jail about ono
o'clock this morning. They died through
somo Iron bars aud crawled over the
Killed by a Falling- Rock.
Cuurdsville, Pa., November 1. Yes
terday afternoon whllo George Kraposky,
John Mollenetrrtch and John Unglovitch
Hungarians, were cutting coal in a mlne
near Centralia, Pa., a huge rock fell, kill-1
ing them all.
Adjourned Sie Die.
Baltimore, Md., November 1. Tho
Association for tho advancement of Woffli
en held an executlvo session this morn-!
ing, and then adjourned sine die. This!
morning the name of Mrs. Mary G. SloJ
cum, of Baltimore, was added to tho UsC
of officers as tho President for Maryland.1
A Terrible Railroad Dlsaster-Meag-ef
Particular!. ' i
Pittsburgh, Pa., November 1. A re
port has just reached here of a terrible!
railroad aucident near Mansfield, O., at
or near whero tho Baltimore & OhioV
Railroad tracks cross tho Pittsburgh,
Fort Wayno & Chicago. Several persona5
were kilted and a great number injured.'
Another Railroad Accident.
Nattawa, Micii., November 1. A
freight train on the Grand Rapids & In
dian Railway with a number of persons
aboard who were returning to Mendon,'
Mich., from a political meeting at Sturgis
Mich., was run Into last night by a train
following behind. William Green, ol
Mendon, was killed, and George Kuhnr
also of Mendon, so badly Injured that ho
died this morning, llo was taken from
under a car In an Insensible condition
with his head bruised and injured In
ternally. Several others wero slightly
iujured. ' Tho engiueer and fireman of
the colliding train escaped by jumping.
There Is a heavv down trrfldo whom thA
accident occurred. It is supposed tho
brakes would not hold tho train.
Grain and Provisions.
I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1884. '
CoTTON-Rteady, middling, 9W10H'c.
KLOUK-Meady ; XXX to choice, I2.40i33.25;
patents, $4.1ft'o5.15. .
Whiiat Klrmer;No. 2Iiud,7tiM'370Vc; No.
(Joiiv-Klnner; No. 2 mlsed, 3ti'SSc; No.
2 whlto mixed, imvic.
OATS .Sndy; No. 9, Urt-SMWo.
Hvk Higher; No. i, Wattle.
.T1!,,B,''Jm lu; Pommon to choice
Ifl.Oowlu.no; leaf; eomnioo red leaf, $7.50 ia
00; medium to Kood fu.xi 17.00. .
llAV-lTalrlo, SD.fioaio.SO for prime tociiolce
new; clover mixed, I7.wiwi0.00 for common to
e Jw'ofaw'oo"0 tlwo,liy' ?1-(lL0O; fun-
liiiTTKU fcteudy icholco to fancy creamery.
2'.KKS ; dairy, choice to fancy, giteo.
doeon-81 y' iTtaiX 8tou' 17'8l8e P
1'otatoes Firm for eholoe: common dull:
common to choice, ajfaioo.
1ouk Dull; now mens. S15.0vaiS.JB.
I-ako julct; prlmo Htenm, 8Vfe7c.
liACON-Lonirs. Sfc'JVcj; ehorts, tfVaiOVo:
Clear ribs, ttijo, all packed. '
Wool Tub WHsfied, choice, 2Pc; fair, 27e:
dtniry and low, afic. LnwaNhed-C'holce m.
dluui, 20Hwilc; (rood average medium, isa
lite; .elected lljrht fine, 17lKo; (roodoveratre,
16ol7c; heavy, Maine; comblnir, nunrt.-r-Mood,
20i-2lc; cumbrng, low grades, lSa
ritDHS-Steady and firm; dry flint, 17o;
damaged, lo; bulls or mags- flint,
fltilteltlrc; damaged, 7o;vout culf AklnMlvc:
damaired, r,c; glue. 3o. ,
4Scj green slicarllugs, lfltoaoo. ,
..i.B.na ..... n i.uu, Hi, ,,'tl. (Ju'u'IMJt! . tlFV.Tlf,. V.
WnvlT tK.il t t Vn d Oa.I Vahami .
Mcj December, siioj January, 87o; Febru-
nrtUM L k.'..irAn.k.. .1. . . T
ber, MVfcNi'.o; January 47to47,74c; Fobru-
-Steady; November, S2.e; December,
WiiEAT-Steady; November, 74Ve; Do
Ctmler, n; Janunry, 77o; May, Slo.
. (Jiikn Weaker; November. 4lcV; Do
certifier, 8!o; your, SttVo; January, 37Vo;
Oath Weaker; November, 211 Vo; Decem
ber, 2S'c; year, 2S.Vc; Mav, 2!Vo.
foKR Siiiittiy; year, $11.52; January,
S11.4B; February, $11. as. "
' Lahk Firmer; November, ift.S?; Decem
ber, fH.HSj January, Stl.uo; February, $7.00.
Shout Kilts November, $0.i; January.
$Ai,S i February, $0.07 '. '
Live Stock Markets.
' CHICAGO. , '
nons Receipts, B.noo; market steady and
unchanged: light. $4. 1.144. 7R; roughrpack
Ing, $4.1.'a4.5A; heavy packing uml shlpplug,
i OArrt.ic Receipts fJM; steady; exports,
$1.'i0.7A; good in choice shipping, u.Mtt
d.no; common to fair, W.l(Kf,Vi
Hiikkp KeceiptH 4,(xiu; unchanged; com
mon to good, $.V.'U'd4.M.
f'ATTr.R Markist (hill; extra steers, $11.1041
C.40; good o choice steer. $n.60.00; fair to
?'ooil native (hws, $;i.'W3.7fi : atockors and
8ll URf AND LaAMIS SrorkO dull ant
itondy; common to fair abeep, $U.008.iKi!
goixl to eholoe alicen, Sa.anitM.fiO; medium to
good lamba, S4.2A4.4ii; ohotee western, ujoa
,4.Wl; Canada, S4.WIWAW, ' .
Hon a Market dull: medium to fair York-
era, S3.90ft,60; good to extra, S4.05.00i
butcbert' grade, ftuu5.20; plge, t4.26C4.60.'
Cattlb Ilcoelpts, l,70f) steady t eitiorrn.
SMWriASft; giKxl to choK-e uMptAag, ksM?
S.OBj oontinon to rolliim, SS0M()6fcdar.
tS.7nM.Sii; cnw., $-i.04iSO; gjraaa Tana
Mee-ra, SS.20S.Sfi; Colorado halibrt(hi, S3.40
H,l(aiflclpiii, 2,000; stronger ; 10Ua
htghr; lot of 240 to KB pounds avenax
at $4.4iM.Hi, mahtly ait IASaWoOs """
finaar-Moeerpia, J6 steady and as
KW Tomx. Vovenber L arnaey I m
eertki exohaaao ttewtrt Oorntuaa
trorta; eumy, , ltT M1 a. emqaMi,
B) bk.1; 4Sa do, 1W( bid. Ttwirtook ma-,
A ...S -l-.il mt wriaaatsr WtiilMSF Irtinsl tUMSB-V
Sure o fU Beading, ! prM MmnftOjOo
i narkri a4 tb ttas Ol WfMuat Saf ShaJ