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THK bAlLY CAIRO BULLETIN; tUESDAV MORNING, NOVEMBER i, 1884.
LUNOLS CENTRAL R. E
Shortest and Quickest Rout
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulvljino Kurmma
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
1'KiiHi Lbavi Cairo:
3: U a in. Mull,
A ttw,.,tt In U f Mill Q Itf A M ( fh4... U Ul r. .
...... H ... v, UUIMI . ,W UI I O W.U!
CnnuucilDK at Udin and Knlnirriam frr CIlcIb
uati, LooiiTillo, lodianauolia (no polMa Ken,
12:25 p. m. Fant Bt. Ioulu urul
Arriving lu St. LonU 6:45 p.m., and coouuctln
iur autiomi. ncii,
3:45 p. m. Famt Kxproni.
For 8t. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Loui
iiria p. m., ana Chicago 7 :)e. m.
3:45 p. m Cincinnati Kx ii''n.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; LodIrvIIIi Vj5
a. m., inuiiiio;i 4;0f a. m. Vntruunutt. njr
till, train reach the above puir.tn LU to till
uui, nn in auvauco 01 any oilier ri-tue.
tiTThe 8:4 a. m. fxprusi ba. PULLMAN
BOabl-lMi uak Irom Cairo to Cluclimati. itb
out cnaiigut, auu lurotigtt eicepur. tu s:. I.oi!
Fast Tirno Kant.
I'll UVPT1 (rtM'O bJ this line go ttirougli to Hmt.
adSClllla era point, witnont A07 delay
rauied bv Kandav Ictervenlnv. Th HutnriUv ftr.
loon train flora Cairo arrive. In new York Muinlay
aorniug er. iu:a. mirty-en noareiD aavauceol
nr otoer route,
IV y" through ticket, i.d fnrtbei lnlormatloi
ippir at Illinois central uaiiroaa iK-pot, Cairo.
J. U. JO.NKH, Ticket Agent.
A. LT. IJANBON. Gon. Fan. AgeM. Chicago
15. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.H.
Tntloa depart. Train arr ve,
MaiL -....:21a.T. i tMall 4 : A . m
Kxiiri'i'f 1:45 p.m. I tKxireii 11 4ja.m
JSl Loula Ec U;:!jp. m. tSt l.oul. Ki M.'i p. m
I. C. R. R (SoiiUierD Division)
tMall 4:48 e.m I tN. U. Kt ,.il:in a. m
tKxrea ..lu::ia m.
ts. O Ex
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. 8 45 p. in
t.N.O. K .
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Mall A Ki
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Freigbt........,7:4) a.m. Freight. 6:45 p. in
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mall. 5:2i a.m. I Mail 4Pp.ro
Xxpre.e U:iw a.m Kipr ft 10:0' p m
Dally except Sunday, t Uallv.
AKIUVAL AND DEPAUTCBR OF
I. C R. R (ttroukihlock mail).. a. to.
" (way Dili).,. 2 3d p. m,
(Southern LHy 4:p m.
Iron Mountain R. R 8:0' p.m.
Wahaab R. R..... . 6 a. Ul.
Texaa A Ht. Lonla R. R H noon
bt. Ix)'ila 4 ClroR.lt 4 p. ra
Ohlohlvcr.... p. m I
9 p. m
S p. v
t p. tu.
I a. ci.
II a m.
$ p. tn
Hl.a lUver arrive. Wed., Hat. A Mon
tr,.rl. Wvd . Vrl. A Hun.
P O. bop del. od n from 7:80 am to7:M pm
P.O. box del. open Irom a. m t?v p. ra.
Sun Jar. get. del. open Irom.. ..8a. m. to 10 a. Ci.
Enmlavf box del. open from. ...8 a. in. tc 10:SUam
time to time Id cltj papcra.
M-MURl'llV I'. M
viv.liicv Tour i.iiiub
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under lie
Law of 1883.
gucceMor to Wldowi and Orphan Mntoal Altl Ho-
clety, organized duiy tn, in., unuttr
the lawi of 1872.
JOHN II. ROBINSON I'romrk'M
WM. STRATA'S Vlco l'rtaldeni
J. A.UULUSTINE Truaaiirtt
C. W. DUNNINU - Mefilral Adviser
TU0MA8 LEWIS Pccrr-lur)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for Ibt YEAR.
Wm. Htralton.Btriitton A ttird. i ro'-utn. I'al.o. I!
J. A. (ollitlne, olUol(litltio A Roaunwntvr, nliole
nalo and retml dry goodjC. W. Ubnning, M. l.
Froi.Hil. Med Kx., for renalom; Albert l.tiwli,
commlaalon merchant; J. II Rolilnann, count v
Judge an i notary public; wm, p, ritcbur, com
nrokur and luiurnnce agent; R. II. Ratid, clit
etieet enpervlaor; M, I'hilltpi.carpinter and build
er; Thoinni Luwla, attorney and accrutiirv t K. V,
r:ri:u.attoriiev at-lHW, iiutioin iu,;i'.. v. rar.
caabiur of Uvntunnlal IIiiiik, A.hley, III. Albert
Haydon. caahler ol Ooorgo Connolly ,t Co., Hprlng
, fluid, III ; R. M vl 11 u n , attorney-at-law, IHti Han
dolph atroot, Chicago; Hon. Robt. A. Halcner, at
toriiey-atlnw, CharlcKton, Mo.; li. l.elghlor.
eaihier Flrat National Hank, btuart. Iowa.
BEFORE V AND -AFTER V
Electric Appliance irt unt on 30 DivV Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
"W1!0 "J! ""ffnHnir from Nenvntu natitt.rr.
. T Vitamtv, I.ar or Nan a a ami!
Vluoa, W.ttK W iiikium anil all IIiiim
of a l'aaoL Maruhe milllnn fnmi Ani'.ii anil
Otii.k (.'auaaa, Itmnly r.llf ami einiilpt rmto.
rattunnf Uaai.TR.ViiHiaaiiil MaNiioniiui'tiuHTaaD,
Th KraiiilHat illnnnv.ry of tb. Nliirl'ini Crllturr.
taiid at unu fur llluatratad Hanipbl.i (mo, Addreei
VOITAII KIT (l MARSHALL MICH.
rpUECITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 0UI0 LEVEE.
CAPITAL. SB 10O.O0O!
A General Banking Business
JRPRISE HAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
e .. . . e e e e e -
'..'oiurucrcia! Avenue and I''i;rhili .Stmt
OA II tO.
F. BMOSS. I'reildent. I P. NKF, V'.ccIVe.'ct
II. WELLS, Caabiur. T, J. hi rth. Aaa't euitli
'. Bioa. Ca!ro I William K.ulo. ,C:.lto
Peter Neff " William Woif....
C.M tJaterlob " 10.0. I'atkr "
B A. Ruder " II. Well.
J. Y. Clom'nn, Cnlvdouia.
A iESUA t, BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
lixcbango fold aud bought. Interest paid It
tbo Having Department. Collect Ion. made n:l
all huaineaa promptly altuuocd ui.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOR, ELBCTRO-VAPOR and MKDICATKD
A .ady In attendance. ,
Jjl M. IJARltELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eaat Side Commercial, below Sth St.
f )R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
t'Tfira No. lie Ccm m srcial Aveaot, between
G. PARSONS, M. 1).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFKICB-Clty Drug Store. Carhondale, 111,
L and Clothing House WlM
K in America. fSjP
A full Una of card templet of'
turn gicai pile, gooua aiocK
win Dt lound w tr.
GEO. O. CHRISTMAN,
Whnm debility, emhnn.lrd
l"i'Mi pruiutiture i(iir
u, iniiiim in puriorm life .
aullea priipfrljr are iiimmi by
eaevwMk errura of iroiith, .to.,
will II ml a purfwl and bating
MmtorMInu (o mbuat hriiltfi
lino viyrni-nne iminnond In
Soil linr aliiiuni'll dniKalng llni
nl nimrnUfc.1 hl t roat m.nt of
Vrrvnin i liability and
Meomiaful tinrtnte rw.id nn ptrfit dlaannala.
mw una ellri-vl airthode and alumlntn thoi
Biiennr... run informal inn ana irc-atl. fro
Adilnw. tlontulting I'hyalclan of
MiRBTON REMEDYCO., 46W.t4th8L, NrwYork,
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to Di-nimu'i, 5fl
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
. A special term of tno circuit court ot
Alexamler county, in tbe state of Illinois,
tor tho transaction of common Ihw, chnn
ccry and criminal business lias bct-n this
day called to couvone at the court bouse in
tlio city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1884, ot 2 o'clock P. M.
Alex II. Irvin, Clerk.
Cairn, III., Sept. 20lh. 1831.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, (30 Ohio levee.
On account of tho low price of flour, I
have increased the size and weight ot my
Iohvcs an 1 now oiler tu tho public a larger
loaf of better qunlity than any baker in the
city. Frank Kratkv.'
Never Give Up.
If you are Buffering with low end de
pressed ppirils, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak cont-titutioD,
headache, or any disuse of a bilii us na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitter?. You will bo surprised to see
the rapid improvement tlwt will follow;
you will be inspired with new lite; strength
und activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and hencelorth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Hold at
fifty rents a bottle by Barclay Bros. 0
Upon Day and Night.
DuBuun's rtstauruiit, 50 Ohio levee.
jsucKien's Arnica salve
1 i.e Bent Salve in the world for Cuts,
fSruises, Horce, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and a!l Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
B5 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
bad used many remedies without relief, and
being ured to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved Ler very much, and
the second bottle has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size f 1 .00. C
Legal Blanks Kert for Sale,
at Tub Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
See pen as,
Executions, Summons, Vein's,
. Garnishee Blanks. &c.
Look for the Red Light,
at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
oiler to send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men. old and vonnsr. aillict-
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Physicians recommend porous Dlasters in
cases of backache, lame side, stiff muscles,
ineumatism uud all coal pains. Hop Plas
ters are tho best made, combiuiuir Fresh
Hops with Gums. Ready to use, pleasint
anu poweriui in ac ton. 2o cts. at anv
Lots of People
get bilious, have heavv heudnclhs. mouth
toul, yellow eyes, &c, all the direct result
oi impure oiooa wuieli cn be thoroughly
cleansed, renewed and enriched with Kid-nov-Wort.
It acts at the same time on thn
Kidney?, Liver ana IJjwels and h is more
real virtue in a Dackane than can be fun ml
in any other remedy for the same class of
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice ot the St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway. Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
3.00 to $300 and $4.00 per ncre, in a
ueaiiny country, with climate unsurpassed
lorsaiuunty ana comiort. Send your ad'
dress to tho undorsiioed for a coov of sta
tisties of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1883, and make up your mind to go anfi
see for yourself when, you learn that tho cron
for 288!1 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and payinc one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed tormoney paid fort taker? or freight
wvi niu Vi'UJ t'UlllUB linen
II. C. Townsesd. Ocu'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, M .
For the Cure of Coughs. Coldi,i
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croun. Infiu
enza, Asthma, Whooping Couch. In
cipicnt Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in lulvan-l
eiacs vi nit iyi&cuse, fOTDtUC
by all Druggists rricc, as Cents.
Report of tho Capture ol
tho City Offloially
Beasons Given By the London Times Whj
tbe Eumor Is Unreasonable and
The Rebels Gathering in Force Around thi
City-Wolseley Should Hasto
to the Scene.
London, November 8. The Times con
siders tho news reported from Cairo to
tho Morning Nem to tho effect that
Khartoum had fallen into tho hands ol
the rebels and Gordon was takon
prisoner, as extremely doubtful.
This view, It thinks, is especially
readable in tbe absence of advices on
the subject from Woolseley. The Timtt
traces the report to the JJusphore Egypti
an, "a dubious French orgau, which
may have given a Europeanlzed version
to Arab rumors which recently gained
some currency in Cfro."
Earl Granville, Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs, assured the Press Asso
ciation to-day that the Government had
received no confirmation of tho news.
Up to noou to-day uothuig had been re
ceived at the Government offices in
regard thereto.' A dispatch to
day from Dungola to Renter's Telegram
Company makes no meutlonof the report
ed fall ol Khartoum. It says, however,
that the Mahdl, at the last accounts, was
collecting his forces around Khartoum and
ha'd summoned General Gordon to surren
der. The troops of the Mahdl intercepted
two messenrs dispatched bytho British
to Khartoum. Same dispatch declared that
a large loree of the rebels was at Berber,
and that the rebels had possession ol tho
wells ou the caravau routo between
Debbeh and Khartoum. After the crops
are harvested the Mahdi's lorccs will bo
THE RUMOR DKNIKD.
2:30 p. M. The rumor that the Khedive
had sent a telegram to the Government
announcing the fall of Khartoum and tho
capture of General Gordon, has been
authoritatively denied, and the denial
Cairo, November 2. A telegram from
Dongola to the Khedive gives details of
the story ol Gordon's capture, told by a
shlekh, who left Shendy October 7th.
Seven weeks ago, Khartoum being sur
rounded by a strong lorce ol rebels, and
provisions being scarce, the feeling of
discontent and insubordination which had
lor some time existed among the garrison
manifested itself In open opposition
to tho policy of General Gordon. This
feeling, was shared alike by officers
and men, and many ol the former who
had become convinced that lurther pro
longation of rvslsl.mco. fif tho itft"rn m
USflpsn. wnit'il linrin fionprnl f:rmlnn.
told him ol the mutinous disposition ol &
great part oi tne garrison, and asked
wnere me prormscu reuei lor tne expedi
tion was and when it misfit bo
expected to come to their aid. Re
ceiving no satisfactory reply, they
then accused Gordon ol deception, of
holding out false hopes that he might
achieve greater glory in tho barely pos
sible event ol holdiug Khartoum until as
sistance ahould arrive, and declared that
the temper ol tho garrison was such that
a lull and satisfactory explanation must
be mado or trouble would ensue. Gordon
replied that the British expedition for re
liel was already at Dongola, and making
all possible speed toward Khartoum. The
olllcers then asked Gordon to lead them
northward to meet It.
Gordon agreed to do so, and ordered
Colonel Stewart to procure boats for the
purpose. This Colonel Stewart set out
to do, but belore he had completed his
preparations 8,000 ol the garrison de
serted to the rebels, leaving only 2,000
faithful to General Gordon. Tho neces
sity for a npcedy departure was now ap
parent, and with his remaining followers
General Gordon embarked and pro
ceeded down tho Nile toward Shen
dy. The first lew hours ol tho voy
age were uneventful, but as tho boats
proceeded down tho river they were be
set bv tho rebels, who thronrroil f lip hnnfca
and threw spears and arrows at the flee
ing party, wounamg many ol tho occu
pants of tho boats, some ol them serious-
lV. BV SOme ran id moana nf cnmmmili-n.
tion the rebela were able to call Irom tho
mountains thousands of natives, who
awaited upon tho banks further down tho
river the approach ol tho boats. Many ol
them were armed with rides which they
used with deadly effect upon the retreat
While Dassinir Shenrtv. the n1tU In nn.
session ol that towu opened a heavy
artillery flro UDon tho hnu itiunMiior
several ol them, and forelno- them an Horn
the opposite bank they were grounded.
The remalntug boats, which succeeded in
passing, kept on down the river, but were
BO IrcaUCnUv ami sn.rrolw Hailrnl (mm
tho banks, that General Gordon decided
w remru miner man expose his com
mand to certain doHth h
Th0 boats. With the fxivntmn r,t tho nnn
commanded by Colonel Stewart.
which was far in advanco
of the others, wre accordingly
headed toward Shendv. ami rmwnnitiwl 1111
tho river. Arrivlnc at Shenriv. th,-v wm
again attacked and compelled to surren
der. The OOCUnaUtS ol thn rwiata ufhlr.h
had grounded had already been captured
mm uihxu on swore, ifto o moors and
men are still nrlMonnra nt Khmuiv hut mi
October 6th General Gordon was placed
in uunrKu i a strong grjurtl, and con
veyed to the headquarters ol EI Mahdl.
Colonel Stewart's boat is known to havw
passed Berber, but lwvnrl Mils nntlilmr
definite can be learned oi it.
Cairo. November 2. Colonel Wilson
telegraphs from Ambukol that threo
men who arrived fiura Khartoum ro-
port they saw Colonels Stewart, Power
and Ilerblu on board a ateamer wrecked
some days auo at Warlv Hurra. Thn
same men report that Gordon's steamers
bad brought 400,000 bushels ol grain irom
A Challenge to Runners,
New Vork, November . Harry Hatch
ins, ol England, called on your corres
pondent yesterday and roquosted him to
Issue a ohallonge to any man In the world
to ran from lot) to S00 yards, and allow
starts from fur to seven yards, 1 for any
amount oi money. lie will visit Clncin
natl and St Loots.
Closed their MeeHna-g.
Worcksteb, Mass., November 8.--Moody
and Banker closed a very success
M series ol meetings here last night.
There were lour meetings, yesterday all
Thrown From His Horae.
Loomis. III., November 8. During a
political rally Saturday night John Smith
era was thrown from his horse and instant
ly killed. It Is supposed that ho was In
toxicated at the time and not In a condi
tion to manage his horse.
Refused to Increase.
Grand Rapido, Mich, November 8.
Three hundred employes of Nelson, Mat
ter & Co., Furniture Manufacturing Com
pany oi this city, quit work this morning
rather than submit to the demand to work
nlno hours a day lor the same wages they
had received lor eight hours.
Left His Wife Behind.
Fairburo, Iix., November 8. Miles
Wilson, an lusuranco agent, representing
the Northwestern Life Insurance Compa
ny, ol Milwaukee, eloped last night
with Clara Boyce, daughter
ol a well-to-do and old
citizen of this place. She at one time was
engaged to be married to a young Baptist
preacher, but who was discarded for
Wilson, who has already a wife and four
children residing at Newark, N. J.
New.York, November 8. Kernan says:
Tho Directors of tho Denver & New
Orleans Hallroad have ratified the con
tract made by John Evans with tbo Texas
Central, the Houston & Texas Central,
Galveston, Ilarrisburg & San Antoulo,
Texas & New Orleans, Lootslana Western,
and Morgan's Louisiana ft Texas Railway
and Steamship Company for connections
in traffic and co-operation in the comple
tion ol the connections of the Denver &
New Orleans Baiiroad with New Orleans,
Galveston and other Gull points.
Taken From Jail and Shot Full oi Holes.
Dresdkn, Trnw., November 2. Tay
lor, who poisoned flvo men with canthar
lde9 near rillowviUe, Weakly County, a
week ago, Irom which two have slnoo
died, was taken from jail here Friday
night and lynched. A warrant was placed
In the hands of tho Sheriff for tho arrest
ol a cousin ol Taylor, riving lu the south
eastern portion oi tho county. Tho Sher
iff, with two deputies, left Dresden Fri
day evening to make the arrest and se
cured their man. About ono o'clock yes
terday morning twenty-flvo or thirty
masked men walked into Dresden and
with sledge-hammers broko down the
doors ol Taylor's cell. Taking htm out
they carried him about hall a mlhj from
town and literally shot him to pieces. The
mob was sober and orderly. Taylor was
a cousin oi Andy Taylor, tho notorious
East Tennessee desperado.
Grain and Provisions.
MOKUAXNOVKKBEa 3, 1384.
ST. Km la.
Cottoh tCRty ; mkMlrnp, Htexo.
Flouh Steady ; XXX to choice, ?J.15f3.tO;
Wheat Firmer; No. t Bed, 7777'c: No.
Cow KtniMjr; No. mixed,. XXmtos: No.
u win re mixed, 40Ua,
Oats HtenJy; No. , afl40J,o.
It if Steady ; No. J. 61o.
Tohacco Finn; Iuks; common to choice
jn.uuxriu.uu; icurj common red luaJ, 7.S0ltf.
00; medium to (rood tu.uo17.0u.
Hat 1'nUrle, la.Sowlo.so for prime to choice
now ; ciover mixen, jj.mi'd mix) lor common to
prime; primo new timothy, Ii0.00fcill.oe: fuu
cy. iliooto 13.00.
Rutticr Mteady icltolee to fancy creamery,
kto jui;; utury. onoico lO iailCV, IlxWM).
c.uos steady ; iresU stock, 17wl8o per
1'oTAToiw Firm for colce; common 4nll;
cummon to rnotoe, xoiaCTKe.
1'OUK DuU ; new mem, tlo.AOefS.IUi.
Laud Oulet; prime steam, 8b7c.
Bacon Iionpi, so; shorts, 8X10o;
virnr rius, c, ail pacaeu.
Wooiz-Tub-wmiiied, oholco, 88c: fair, S7oj
dingy and low,2i5c. Unwashed-Choice nm
dluin, HO0(e; good avoriitro medium, 1H'
Uo; solertod light fine, nwiso; good avenino,
jtiwiiui neavy, jimiiw): coiruilng, quarter-
mood, WfeJOfcc; cuiuhlug, low grades, 11
HroKS Steady and firm: dry lllnt, lTo;
uumtmuu, ic; onus or sioga nint,
loc; salted, ito; gluo stock. So. Orcen
sullied, Do; dttmnged, 7u;veal onlf skins, II S'o;
unii ur HniKrt, oc; grnou, unourexi, Tu7,sc;
uituiKKuu, ono; gim,, sc.
fciiEip 1'Kixn Ouli ; grHin,80'fWc; dry, do,
, gruuii mienrungis, i3uc.
HTltD.W Vim,., A Tl ,1 VTn.. I
mc; iiuconuiur, who; January, sec; curu
ury, TO.no ; may, uo.
tier, 60c; January 4SHc; Fehruury, Uo;
oats steady; November,,31.'c; December,
Wheat Firmer ! Kovomhpr. 74ii'o! Tn.
cember, KSmHWi January, TJo; May,
Ookh Illuhor i Novomber. 42).'c: Da-
member, wo; yeur, 8U3,JJt'c; Jaouary.
uath riruier; itovemner, mo; uocoru
ber, WXo; yew.M.Vc; May, iffl.Vo.
I'okk 8tronirer: vcar. Sll.ua : Jumihrv.
tu.iu; r unrunry, fii.nu.
jiti) firmer; jtovomoor, ?7.oo; jJocom
er, $H.H7J; Jauuar', $7.00.
Siiokt Kllts Novombor. S7.00: Januurv.
tfri.tW. ; February, .07Ji.
Live Stook Market.
Itoos nooolpts. IR.500: active and frrmt
ou iiiKiim , iikiiv, .n'm.i rougu rmuK
Jug, (l-20'4.tl0; hoary pucklug and ahlpplug,
,. I . 1 ........ . I I..I. . .,.1 .u, . 1 '
f i;attlk Kocoipts H.ooo ; strong! exports,
i$iUuwA.7S;ommon to choice shipping, il.dO'it
AM: butchers'. ftl.OU'rft.OO: stoc'kurn. iumrj
e.nu; loiiuis, i.70'm.uu.
Siiitar Koct'lptH 1,000; steady; common
to choice, $ j.oo cW.).
Catti.b Market quiet but steady, very fow
good cattle here ; Canada etookurs at j.80e)
H 11 mar Market dull; oommon To fair, Sti.ftS
W.411; good to choioti, $8.&o4.00;J Oaniitlit
lambs, $4.764.wi: Western lambs, $,L76w4.).
lliHts Dtminud good, and prioos a almde
hlgtwr; good to choice Yorkiirn, M.U4.70:
light Yorkers, J4.46KI.S5; good mediums, 14.70
4,H0; pigs, $4.00'o4.a9.
Oatti.r Receipts, 3,000; markot -toady at
Houe Rociilpts, !
Houe Rociilpts, S.onO) market Akor, Ma
lower; kite of JA to XHAa avrag, MtaMSf
4.60. maliilv at U.iJfi.
khksp fUroeipts, 114; market nomlntli
Money and Monks.
hiw xoiuc, novwnnor 1. oy a per;
flna: wirr,,ncy, its lidj oouiion.
m blrl ; txa, do, U' Vo bid. -fax mar?
ket openiMl dull, and tratnng tin dmi !
niort at a etAndatUl all the morning. The,
eiMiiurea aww Denn Wont, aod at tb Uxie of
wrtttnr prions are rttMonAlry off. xao only
fcMtire was the aharp -rttn of Wont KiorS
re and Bite asnoad mortgue twndM
whlU an low IX h I tm mZrwjjZJ
tag us or rat rivjcr.
marked by the gauge at this
8:13 p. ni. yeste'rday, IS feet 4
Fall during previous twenty-'
four hours, 0 foot 4 inches.
Chattanooga, Nov. 3. River t foot 1
inches and fulling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3. River 3 feet 0
inchci and rising.
Louisville, Nov. River 3 feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 3. River 1 ft 0 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 3. River 2 feet 3
inches and falling.
Bt .Louis, Nov. 8. River 15 ft
Tho Gus Fowler bad abig trip yesterday.
The Minnetorjkii arrived last night from
The Pearl is in port but as 'to her desti
nation, we are not advised.
The City of Baton Rouge from New Or
leans passed up for St. Louis yesterday.
Tho weather is exceedingly flue; entirely,
too nice tor the present state of business.
The Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg; is due here to-morrow
The government snag-boat Macomb ar
rived here yesterday evening and is now
lying in port.
The Morgan Rittlcr that has been picnic
ing so successfully the past spring and sum
mer loads at St. Louis this week for New
If we cannot get any water in the Ohio
this winter there is a consolation of know
ing that we will probably have enough ice
to "Bkeet" on. '
The Cumberland is now on tbe decline
again. Let her decline and be d d,
with the balance of the streams tumbling
" Bob Jones being naturally fast) is dis
gusted with stcamboating and is now mon
keying with the railroad "keer." We hate
to lose you, Bob, and part with you with
Charley Uoward, tho well known cham
pion of minstrelsy, has purchasod tbo thea
tre comique of this city, formerly conducted
by Harry Walker, but more recently by
Shelton & Catlctt. Mr. Uoward has a na
tional reputation as a manager, and will
surely make a success of his new enter
prise. The ancients have at last got down to
business and nronnsa hnldinir thnir flrat
regular dancing and sandwich party on
Thursday evening next, Nov. 6, at Ideal
League hall, the dancing to begin at eight
o'clock and alone at midnight sharp. It
is hoped that every member oi the club
will pe present to contribute to tho general
fund of amusement and to assist, as far as
he or she may be able, in tbe annihilation
of sandwiches and coffee, which will be
proviueu uy a very iioerai committee, we
- tl1 a 1 a ... M.
are requested to say that as tho club is full
(of course we allude to the- organization
and not to the individual members) there
exists no cause for the holding of any more
In all large communties persons are tak
ing an increased interest in property insur
ance, and perhaps for that very reason aro
insuring their lives by using Ds. Bull's
Tho followtnj "poluts" aro derived
from tho experience of an Enslish la
dy of good social position, but limited
ruoitn, who, lor several yours has been
taking "clients" In netvf of husbands,
to wittering places (luting tho soason.
In ton years she sores twentv-throo
successes and uiii" failures, this fisher
of men. It anmvu-s that dark irirls eo
off best in Inj: uud autumn, and
blonds at miu summer; that the mar
ket is npt to ho dull in tho beginning
of tho hi:i"! and to grow brisk to
ward its el '-ii; that very young, fair
men lik" 'i neilos best, but voor slow
ly tow'r f ; heir lighter sisters as the
fair in ) .: row older, and that the cou
vorio ,4 us truo ol vory young dark
moii, th til brunettes almost as invaria
bly prefer fair men, irrespective- of
ago, and that the predilection ol
blondes is commonly an opposite one:
that bloudo girls work oil very ill in
raw, coldish weather; that to couplo a
fair and a dark girl in walking, driving.
etc., Is generally, but not always, good
policy, since lliu intended victim some
times falls In love with ouch in succes
sion, ana onus uy tailing noiiner; and.
finally. 1 hat while mountains and lakes
prove lively incentives to flirtation, at
early porioils, the seaside was deoldod
ly the stronger in the way of lauding .
the llsh as luu leaves turn uud the days
grow shorter. ,
A now version of the Rod Rldlne-
Hood story comos from , Shrewsbury,
Quebec. Be lor 0 starting Into the woods
to work a armor Lo liiano. of that
place, told his wlfo to send their llttlo
daughter with his dinner. He waited
until 3 o'clock, but as no dinner arrived
ho retraced his stops homeward. He
had not gouo jar wnon ho notleed a
monstrous boar busily engagod eating
aomothing. He watched lis movomonts
toe a moment aud fired his rifle at it
and sucoeodod in killlnirtho aniinaL
little thinking of the torriWo sight that -
was to bo revoaiod to mm. inero iay
his llttlo daughter, dlsilgurott almost
beyond rooogtiltlon, holding in her
hand tho oan which tontalnod ber fath-.'
or's dinner. J - . ;
... 1 H I
Achna and nsini aro killed by 8t, Jacobs
Oil, the astonitblog conqueror of paio.