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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MUUNING, NOVEMBEtt 5, 1854.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL K. B
Shortest and Quickest Routt
St. Louis aud Clueago.
Tho Onlv .Lme Kurminu:
0 DAILY TRAILS
Making Direct Connkotion
I'm Aim Lii Cmu:
.'): O n in. Mail,
Airivluifio HtLnulKll.UO a.m.; C'blrs.iiO,:tf p.n...
Ponnw.ilrig at Odin aud Kffirieimra fi r Clucm
Datl. LguifviIIc, iDdlunapolia and pol"ts Bil.
1U:C5 i. m. P'uat !t. l.oui innl
Arriving In fct Lonls 6:45 p. tn.,anil oiiutctliii'
fur ulluoluts West.
U:45 p. m. Krist Kxir-nsi.
for St. Louli aDrt Chicago, arriving at St. Louts
10-15 p. in., aud Chicago l:au a. m.
3:-ir p. in Cincinnati l',x i.i 'hm.
Arriving at Cincinnati :i)0 s. m. ; Lotnellli 1:V.
a. m.; luillanapoilx 4;o6 a. in. I'ssi-eiignr., h
thin tram rcaru the ab'ive puii.ts IU to 'JO
UOL'Hs in advance of any other notu.
HTTho 1:45 a. m. cxprts ha i'1'l.l..VI A N
KuhEHMi t'AK from Cairo to Ui.cli.natl. wilt)
out changes, aud ttirutiub sleepers t" S:. I.o'ib
h ast 1 irno P.ast.
I'tlcuon iruiv ,ni" "ne go through to Hast
I uaSlilliS eta points without Any dla
tainted by Sunday Iritmerilng. The Saturday alter
aoon train Loui Cairo arrives In tirw Yo-k iioti'lay
norulug at I0:3"i. Thirty m hours !l advance ol
BT other route.
ItrVt through tickets w,d furp.ei mformatlei
VplY at Illinois L' .Mitral Italiroad Depot. Cairo.
J. II. JO.Nfch.Tirstl Akbi I
A. II. HANSON, (ifil. Arfeet. t l.ici.uo
K. U. TIME CARD AT CAIK".
ILLINOIS CE.S'l'UAL H. K.
Trulb deait. Tnlt,,-tri ve.
tMail ...a:-.Ma.rr . t-M ill 4: r. i. m
Express IM'i p. m. tKninss II 4'. m.
$St Louis t.x 12;I. tn. I t3i l.m,:s Ex .' I") p. in.
i. c. n. k (Southern l)iv!M- n)
tMtt.il 4:4Sa.m Its. i. Ex .M-l' a. n.
Express ..o: i a in. tN. it. hx.. 11 :10 a. in
tAccom... 3 45 pm. I tN. O. Kx ... 4:W p mi.
tT. L.4I.M.K. K.
tExpress lo:.10p.tn. I 'Expies ;:lop. n .
sit L. Mall ... i:0 p.m. tM.L. Mail. . ,f,;-i a in
tSt. L. hx 9:"S a m t-t. L. Ex. cinii in
W., ST. L. & P. R. It.
Mall 4 Ex...4;i0a.m. I Mall A Ex .. p.m.
Accom 4:'i p.m. I "Acco'n In toa.ru.
Freight :41 a.m. Frelfch: t. 4.', p. in
MOBILE A OHIO K. It.
Mail . 5:-." a.m. I Mall 4 W p.rr.
Express II :'i. m Eipr lu.it p m.
Dally exceot Sunday, t liallv.
DEPAKTl'Hh Or MAILS
An at i 0i t!
1". ). I'm rt
I. 0 K. It (ttrotinhlorli mail)
B a. in.
9 1'. in
t i. 'p
i a. rj.
II a. a.
3 p. m
" (war main
Frnn Mountain It it
Wahafh R. It
Texas 4 81. Louis K. K...
bi. Louis & C'nlrn IL K.,..
..2 v p.m
,.S:0 p. m.
,. 6 a. m.
..4 p. ra
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Miits hltrer arrives Wed.
" departs Wed
P O. bop del. op n from
,.7:iam toT:'t) pm
,.a. m fp ra.
,.8a. ra. to lo a.m.
P.O. box del. oi.cn from
hundays kcc. iie. open from
Kiimlavs hnx del. ODen from. ...6a. m. tc M:.HIarx
WNOTB. Chantf-s will fts puHllsl:ed Irrr
time to tlm tn city papers, t tiiro votir cards sr
cordlnaly. WM. M. Ml'Kf'll V P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Oreranized December, 1883, I'mler ilit
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
clety, o Kanlr.ei July 4th, 1H77, undK'
tho laws of itS7i.
JOHN II. ROHIN80N ProsidoLt
WM. 8TKATT 'N Vlco Prtsldoni
J. A.OOLUSTINK Treasure!
C. W. 1)0 NINO Medlcai Adviser
TU0MA8 LEWIS Secrelar)
ROARD OF DIRECTORS foii 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stmtton Bird. I'rovrs.l'alirt, HI,
J. A, (toldstlnu, ofUoldHtinu Ituseuwuter. wliolu
sale and retvil dry sood;C, W. LX.unir.wt. M . D.t
Pre i. lid. Med Kx., for I'ensioris; Alliurt Lewis,
commission merchant; J. It KoMnsoti, county
Judpo an 1 notary pulillc; Win. K. I'llclicr, citn.
uroker and Insurance Bcenl: K. II. Hnlnl, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpmtor mid hulid
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; K. V,
P:erie,attornoy-At-liiw, Dntjtioln III.; K. C. Puce
cashier of Ontennlal llnnu. Ashley. III. 1 Albert
Ilavden, cashier of Ueoro Connelly A Co., Sprinn
field. Ill II. M Mtinn, nttornov-nt-law, HIH Uii.i
dolph street. Chicago; lion. Itobt.A. llatcper, at
lornev-at-lawr, Charleston, Mo.;. II, Lolulilor.
cashier First National Hank, htunrt, Iowa.
THE BIST REMEDY IN THI WORLD FOR THE CURE
cr ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Tf, Is a Spec llo for the cure of I'liHInc of tlm
Woinh, l.eiiconlid'.i, Pull) It) tlm Hack, J'alnftil
nrMtippreiitcd Mcnsiniiillon, 1'IooiIIiik, Kulnl
Imr Ki'tiHiiiloiiM, mid all the vntit'il truiilitm at.
tundliiK tho period known as Ohanire of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC S
and HTHiiNO'ill tit tlie I'tkhink Functions),
fxeltlns lionltliy acllnn, and rcHtorliiR tlietn to
tlielr normal vuiuliiiou. Ilia plciitunt to tlm
tastO.MAV ItnTAKKV AT ANY TIMIC, niltl N
truly a "Mother's Friend." For further nd
vlco reuil Merti'll a Alumnae Full directions
With writ hot Hp, I'flee, t.oo. J'rcpanvl lv
B JACOB 8. MERRELL, St. Louis. Mo,
roia by uil UruuKlsts and Oeuieisiu MoUlciuo,
rpIJECITY NATIONAL BANK.
. Of Culro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Baiikin? RuhIucks
'I'ltOS, W. IIAI.I.llJVY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
KXCLI'SIVKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
'..'oiuiuert'iii! Avemiij ami CU'htli Stmt
OA 1 1 tO, ILLS.
K. IllMSS, PrHiilnt. I 1'. NV.Ff, Vlcel'rcVnl
II. H'KLhS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth. Ass't cash
. Bross . Cairo I William Klut,e. ,C- Iro
Pe'erNefT William Wolf.... "
('. M Osterluh " IC. ). Patier. ... ... "
K A. Iltlder " I II. Wells
J. V. Clem'on, Caledonia."
AmENEHAI. BANKING BUSINESS DONIJ.
Uxohatie ro'.d and bo'inM. Interett pnld it
the ,avtni(s Drpartrntct. Collections tnade nnt1
all business pronptiv attended to.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Caiiu, ill.
.VAPOU. ELKCTKO VAPOH mo MEDICATED
U ATI IS
A ady in a'.teudance.
P M. IJARIJELL, M. I).
OFFXE-EhsI Side Commercial, below Sth St.
J )R. E W. WHITLOCK,
li )ntol Surgeon.
urrici No. L'. Comm'rr'a! Averoe, tweii
rl ''j tr.d Nli.th 'r-t.
0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICB-Clty Urn H:orj. Carboudale, 111. '
n m rr
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICKS:
Ft bottom. Ft. stme, Capacity Kali. Price,
(J x 1150 824.00
(i x !) 1030 2U.00
7 x II 2000 32.00
7 x 0 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
Those tnnki arc mntluof CLKAK CYPKKNS. K
Inches thl''k. aertituly hoopod aud are W ATE it
TIlillT. They aro
Hliippod wlioltMuid aro wll brtiooil
to pruveitt their hi Itiu rucked i t broken In hand
lliiK, Kstituatea lurnlslitd for
Tiinkn of uny Hlzo,
A. KIOOH iSc UWOS.,
Ui" Delord 8I..Nu f OrluKtis. La.
CaiiHcs no l'alu
rUkVttltUm&A Gives Relief at
once. 'I liorough
Cure, Not a Llq-
HAY-FEVER nMorSnufl'. Ap
ply into nostrils (live It a Tral. mi cents at
druimts. tin cenls by mull rcKlsiuroJ. Huud
lor circtt'ar, Harnplo by mail 10 cuts,
ELY 11KOTU1IK8, Drulsls, Owego, N' Y.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DulJiun'B, DO Oluo
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
A rpt'cial term of tnu circuit court o(
Alexanilcr county, in tho state of Illinois,
tor the trannaction of common lnw, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day c tiled to convene at tho court house in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1881, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alex II. Iuvi.v, Cleik.
Ciim, 111., Sept. 20th, 1884.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DcIiuunV, r0 Ohio kvee.
Never Give I' p.
If you are bufleriiiu with low aud de
pressed fpirits, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or any dincaso of a bili"U8 na
ture, by t.ll means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitterf. You will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
aBd activity will return; pain and niiseiy
will cease, and hencelortli you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. 0
Open Day and Night.
DeBauu's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
Unckien'pj Arnica Naive
'1 lie Beat halv: In the world for Cuts,
''.mine, SorcH, Ulceis, Nik Rheum, Fever
ores, 1 etter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to pive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2") cents per box For sale by Barclay
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DiBmn's, SO Ohio levee. tf
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Iu., says;
".My wife has been seriously olfected with
a coufjh for twenty-live years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being urjjed to try Dr. Ivim's New Dis
covery, did to, with most (ratifying results.
The tirst bottle relieved her very nioeh, ami
the second bottle hs absolutely cured her.
She lm cot had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large frizc $l.fi0. 0
Look for tlie Red Light,
at Del) mil's 50 Ohio levee.
''.Rough on lootluvch"
Instant relief lor Neuralgia. Tootha; he,
Faceiche. Ask for "Rough on Toothache."
13 &, 2Gc
For twenty years I wi s a tufl.-rer from
Cit ,rili ot the head and thro'it in a very ag
gravated form, and Ourini; the summer
months with Hiy Fever. 1 procured a bot
tle ot Ely s Cream Bilui, 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.
Lidies who would retain freshness ani
vivacity. Don't til to try "Well's llealih
II. Kroeger, of West Plains, Mo., says:
My wife had flooding i&st winter, and she
Used one bottle of Merrell's Female Tonic
and was cured, although I had the services
ol two doctots before. She owes her life to
Mrs. Miry Boyil, of Avon. St. Genevieve
Co., Mo , sas, August 29th, 18S:): I have
used Merrell's Female Tonic during
pregnanry, and after child birth, with the
very best result. I caunot speak too high
ly of it.
"Kongh on Itich."
"Rough un Itch," cures humors, erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, slt rheum, frosted
fect, chilLlains. 4
Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude and irntatinr matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very small; very easy
to tftKc; no pain; no gripping ; no purging.
OlTunsive breath, bad taste in mouth.
coated tongue, show torpid liv.r and dis-
ornerea stomach. Allen g Unions rhyme,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all . 25
cents. At all druggists. (8)
Samson's Legs ami Locks.
When Delilah, clipped u(T Samson's locks
that mighty athlete at enco becamo "us
other men." It' it could be proved that the
possession of luxuriant hair would enable
men to tear open lions' jiws,IIiscnx & Co.,
would be driven wild in the effort to sup
ply enough of Parker's Hair Balsam to
meet the demand. As it is iho Balsam
prevents your hnir from falling out, and
restores the original colored if faded or
gray. Besides it is a great addition to the
toilet table simply as a dressing.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, l!rnncliitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, hooping Cough, In
anient Consumption and for the re
licfofcoioumptivcjicrtons in advan
ced stagC3 0f Uic Disease, l or Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 23 Cents,
Fa.'i Show in Illinois,
Chicago, III., November 4, 1S&L
Illinois will elect tho Democratic- Btat
ticket, and tliuro Is a fair cliuiico for Cleve
land, T. 0. Tiiompbox, Mayor's OMco.
FosToitu, O., Novctuler I.
From thoUiest Information at my command
I believe that iilalne's majority over Clove
luU to-Uiurrow will not bo less than 'J.'i.oOO.
Blaine Frozoa Out.
Wasijixotox, I). C, November 4, 1W1.
Ths contest Is between myself and CTeve
laad with the eliuiiees In my favor.
Uklva a. I.ockwood.
Fop tho Wild West.
' w Viucisia, Nsv., November.
I bcllevo tho three Pacific StaU'S will go Re
publican. Nevada may bo counted on ai
surely ajjlowu. John V. Joxts.
Cairo, November 4. Wolseley kde
grapLs that tho reports brought in by na
tives indicate Gordon Is still in possesiiou
Brighton Beach Kacfls.
New Youk, November 4. Tho racing
at Brighton Beach was attended by a fair
First Race Two-year-olds j threc-quar.
ters mile: Hubert Brewster, first ; Miller,
second; Miss Daly, third. Time, 1:21
1-2. Mutual paid, 949.20.
Second Kace All ages; one and one
eighth miles: Unknown, llrstj Little
Dan, second; Metropolis, third. Time,
2:03 1-2. Mutuals paid, 81.15.
Third Race All ages; one and oue
quarter miles: Little Fred, first: Jim Car
lisle, second; Ecuador, third. Time, 2:13
1-4. Mutuals paid, $5.85.
Fourth Race For beaten horses; sev.
en-c-Lghths mile: BluofBoU, fii-st; Pericles,
second; Blue Rebel, third. Time, 1:2G.
Mutuals paid, ?9.70.
Fifth Iiace All ages; one mile: Little
Mincu, tirst; Delilah, second; King Fan,
third. Time, 1:4s 1-4. Mutual paid,
Mors Mormon Converts.
Nhw Youk, November 4. Ninety-threii
Scandinavian Mormon converts arrived
by tlie City of Berlin on Sunday, and left
for Utah via tho Erie Road yesterday.
There were forty-one single persons; the
rest were mostly married couples, thero
being but few children. One of the ac
cotnpanylnsc Elders was asked:
'Do wives in these families favor po
lygamy?" "I don't know," he replied, "I never
preached polygamy while abroad. I only
placed our simple faith before the people.
These people admire our freedom, it-id
are anxious to share our happiness."
Several single persons t-aid they had
not given the subject of polygamy a sin
gle thought. They were anxious" to come
to America aud had embraced the oppor
tunity offered by the Mormon missiona
ries to come and settle with them.
A Midnight Blaze at Jerseyville,
Jkp.skyvh.i-k, I1.1.., November 4. This
morning, between twelve ami one o'clock,
the buildings occtijiic.il by J. IC. Uoyntou,
jewelry; Airs. A. U. Allen, millinery;
Smith & Warren, dry goods, and Fred
Armstrong, furniture, were all burned to
the ground. The goods were nearly all
saved in a damaged condition. The total
loss on buildings and stock will probably
be 40,000, mostly covereS by insurance.
The fire originated In the funuture store.
STRIKE IE XI) EI).
Colorado Coal Minors Consent to Resume
Denver, Col., November 4. The con
ference meeting of the representatives of
the striklug coal miners and the mine
Owners was resumed in this city yester
day, aud as a result of the conciliatory
measures there advanced, 1,000 of the
striking miners iu the northern part of
the State went to work this morning.
The operators appointed a committee of
live, vested with full powers to treat with
the miners and adjust all differences.
This committee aiitl the similar committeo
from the miners will select a board of
considerates, to whom all differences in
tho future will be referred.
Qcincy, III., November 4. Thirty Ox
ford Southdown sheep were stolen from
W. N. Herlemaun's pasture near this city
last night. The thieves went in a norther
ly direction aud were in a buggy drawn
by two white horses. The detectives aro
A Fatal Collision.
Alexandria, Va., November 4. A way
Itreight on the Virginia Midland Railway
Collided with the cast-bound Mansaas
passenger train at Accotink bridge
this morning, smashing three freight
tars and tho baggage car of
the passenger car. Charles row
ell, a brakemau, was killed and Judge
James Langstor, of Fuirfax, and Frank
Carlin, Express Messenger, were slightly
Injured. Malcolm Brown, the engineer
on the p&nsenger train, and two scctUu
men were also Injured.
Sx. Jouns, N. F., November 4. Lntho
two recent gales ol Saturday and tho pee
Vious Thursday terrible havoc was
wrought In tho shipping on tho New
foundland and Labrador coasts. The
iBritlsh brig Duaong was lost with
nil hands at Western Head. The schoon
ers Tops? and Julia wure totally wrecked,
the crews barely escaped with their lives.
Eleven othor vessels were lost. No par
ticulars ot tho dlsastor have yot been re
ceived. At Torbay an unknown vessel
was lost with til hands. Too wreck Is hi
pieces, most of it being ddven ashore.
Calko, III., November 4. Thowas
Wentworth, yardmaster of the Illinois
Ccutral Railway at Rust Cairo, was ran
over and had one foot out off. Tho other
leg was badly smashed, lie will dio,
Washivotok, D. C, November 4,
William Jones, Indicted on Novorubor 25, ',
1H8L for assault and battery with latent 1
kill Charlu J. Ualtoau on tho l'Jth of too
mine month, was acquitted yesterday
the Jury was gut twenty wiuutes.
" "ALMOST A "RIOT
A Antrrv Nosrro Oimslieoa
Whlto Boy Who Was Ston
ing His Houso.
A Crowd of Base Ball Players Oomo to
the E sous The Negro Shoo'a and
Flees For His Life
Caught At Day, He Fires a Fatal Shot
At II s Foremost Pursuer
Arrested. Mali ixvillk, N. Y., November 4. For
some time there has resided In this vil
lage a negro named Thos. DeFrest, whoso
wife Is a white woman, aud the place has
become notorious as a resort for depraved
characters In that locality. Yesterday
afternoon when a crowd of boys gathered
In front of the house and began pelting
the front with stones and dirt, DeFrest
emerged in a towering rage and the boys
ran. One of them, named Peter Sweeney,
seven yearn old, was overtaken and
seized by De FrcMt, who boxed
the lad's ears until he howled for as'
MHtance. A short distance away In the
fields was a crowd of young men
playing hall. They heard the boy's cries
and saw that the colored man was ap
parently maltreating him. Several of
them started over to the pair, and one
named Patrick Green ordered DeFrest
to let the boy go. DeFrest wani(d
Green to keep away, but Green again
commanded DeFrest to let the boy go,
and advanced with the intention of en
forcing his demand, when DeFrest drew
an old fashioned pistol, and
FIUEI) IN'TO CRF.KN's FACK.
The weapon was charged with shot,
some of which gra.ed Green's face, while
he was severely burned. DeFrest then
became alarmed, and started hack to his
house, when a crowd of hall players
came running to the scene and proceeded
to Del'rest's house with threats of lynch
ing. They then bombaded the place
with stones, burst the door from its
hinges, smashed in tho windows, and
were about gaining an entrance, when
DeFrest escaped from tho rear of tho
house unobserved. He was discovered
and the mob started iu pursuit, and in
tbc hope of eluding them he darted into
the basement of a building, but found tho
door locked, and then drawing his pistol
STOOD AT DAY.
The llrst of the pursuers to arrive was
John Clifford, aged eighteen years, lie
saw DeFrest beneath tho stoop, aud, call
ing to his companions, started down the
two steps to seize him. The negro llred,
and the charge took effect under the left
eye, inflicting a terrible wound. Clifford
fell to the pavement and the crowd fell
back, horror-stricken. DeFrest then sur
rendered himself to Patrolman MeCann,
who locked him up. Clifford and Green
were both taken to the Swinburne Dis
pensary. Clifford's injuries are ot a dan
gerous character. DeFrest was brought
before Justice Chile this morning aud was
Grain and Provisions,
1TKSDAY, M) .MBKIt 1, 1SS4,
CoTTOx-Sti'adv: inlddlinir. flSffllOe.
Kl.orit Steady ; XXX to choice, fJ.IiUS.20J
IIHII'IIIS. ?1. LIU.?. I J.
W HKAT-stoadyjNo. 2 Ited, 77&775,c; o.
Cons .sternly: No. 2 mixed, M.Vo.'Wc; No.
I Willie Iimeil, 40'ai.lc.
I VTS steady ; No. 2, 26'i 2C, Vc.
Kyh Steady; No. 2,61c.
Tobacco firm; Ioks; common to choice
$A.U0fel.nu; leaf; common ruU leaf, $7.5u'a'10.
00; medium to (rood f.i.Ouwn.uO.
hay rrairip, $y.woin.5o tor iiriuio to choice
new; clover mixed, I7.WiwIM.0u for common to
prime; prime new timothy, I10.00fall.uu; fun,
lltiTTKii Steady ;cholco to fancy creamery,
2fia0o; dairy, choice to fancy, 21 w2Sc.
Eoc.s Steady; ircuh stock, 17vise P
Fota toes Firm for choice; common dull;
vuiuuiuu w ruuice, -mst c.
l'ottK Dull; uuvr mess, lis.ona 1,1.05.
Lakh tjnlot; prime steam, 6Va7e.
IUcum Longs, sc; shorts, OVSlOc;
tirr nuM, vc, nil pui'KCO.
Wool Tub-washed, choice, 2Sc; fair, 27c;
uinuy ami iow,jiaJo. unwRSliea-C holce mo
alum, i'Uiuiu'jc; Rood avenwo medium, ls4
l!c; selected HRht line, 17'lsc; (rood average,
Jttorl'cj heavy, Hfcltlo; combing, quarter-
imouu, zuvjuiv, cuuioing, low trades, wa
Minus Steady and firm; dry flint, 17c;
damaged, Me; bulls or stags flint,
luc; salted, He; gluo stock, fic. Green
salted, t)c; damaged, 7c; veal calf skins, II n;
bulls or stags, 6c; green, uncurcd, 7'u7,e;
damaged, A c; glun, 3c.
SiiKKf 1'F.i.rs-Oull; green, 50C0c; dry, do,
45c; green shearlings, l.VaiiOc.
Wiikat Firmer: No. 9 Rod, November,
lc; December, SK,Vc; January, 8Sc; Febru
ary, R'c; Way, 9fc.
Corn Mrinur; A'ovnmlHir, 52Tc ; Docflm
ber, WS'c; January 4.s)(c; Kobruary, 4cj
May,4.s)c. " '
Oats steady ; November, 323'c; December,
32Sc; May, Sfic.
WiiRAT-Kirmer; November, 7Wo; De
cember, 7C'ite7tiio; January, 77vc ; May,
OoiiK Higher; Novorabor, 42'e; De
coinhnr, .ntso; year, SDAjwaO.Vc; Jnuuary,
Hc; May, Sn,o.
Oats Firmer; Novombor, 26S'o; Decem
ber, 'JfiHc.; year, Sf,;,'e; May, 2!i,Vc.
I'oita stronger; year, $11,116; January,
$11.70; February, $II.K0. "
Lako Firmer; Novembor, $7.00: Docem
bcr, &I.H7H ; January, 7.00.
shout Kins Novcinbor, 17.00; Jumiary,
11.02 H ; February, $41.07.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Market active and firm; So high
er; light, ti.aoirf4.K0; rough park
ing, J4.2'4.C0; heavy packing and shipping,
Catti.k Market strong; exports,
11.75; common to choice shipping, $4,004
4.110; butchers', $2.00',H.00j stoekors, $3.0o
4.1V); TexaiiH, .f'U.'iu 1.00,
siikki' Market steady; common to choleo,
Cati l.K Market stondy; extra state and
western steors, $O.IO'iil.0O; good to choice
shipping, W.7&H6.00; tuediiiin to good btiteh.
crs , $4.IR4.78; Blockers and feeders, $3,(0
H.xfi ; fair to good native cows, $.1.fiuiu4.0o.
Shkhi-and Lamiis Market only steady at
last week's prlcM; tnndlum to good, J4.V.
8.60; good to choice, 1.2U'u.4.2A : good tocUolco
rstui-n lainlMi, $4.tf!4.0O: Cnnadaa, $i,00'is
Hixjs-Market active; siadn higher; good
to choice Vorkrrs, M.rUlnH.TO: llirht. .U.inu
4.M; buteliCM' grades, $4,70t4.S0; pigs, fr'tv
CATTi.K-Kcce.lptB, ,l,o0; rangers stpnrtT!
$.v;(Mr(,.iK; eomumn to medium, f6.aow6.nO1
feeders, $.1.264,26; eo-s, fJ.tiiwfS.if, KrftgJ
Tmiis irtners, $l).aeaa.70; Colorado half broeds,
Ilons-Kneelpls, 3,tm; (Inner; lots of 211 to
M6 Its aver.we at $l.l04.tv: uminu- u
!rt.55. ' ' T""v
bp ticeolpis, 89; good nailvo flruy
e of lit IW, $4.;n. ,
C0NCLCDED IliOM F0CIITU TA0E.
Jacksonville, FI a. Democrats elected
national and state ticket. Vote.vcry light.
Four Wayne, Ind. Eighth ward, Cleve
land's innjorily 188.
New Haven, Conn. Complete returns
of the city, Blaine 0,185, Cleveland 8788.
Atlanta, Ga.-Sute vote very light.
Cleueland'smfjiirity is 25,000.
New Youk, -254 districts in the state
outside of Nctv York and Brooklyn give
Diaino 02,180, Cleveland 52,000, Butler
1017, St. John 3603, net democratic gains
3298. Herald says 380 districts give
Cleveland 18,050 mnjority and present out
look gives him the state by 50,000.
BnooKi.YJf, N. Y. Fifteen waids com
plete, Cleveland 35,378, Blaine 25,073.
Democratic wards yet to hear from.
New Youk Citv. Cleveland carries tho
city by 42,000.
Cincinnati. Fourth ward precinct,
Blaine 531, Cleveland 432 republican gain
of 13 over 1884; 15 over 1880.
Weatiiehfoiid, Cosn. Forty-one towns
Blaine 10,200, Cleveland 8,850, scattering
New Youk. IteportetPthat Dana, of the
New York Sun, concedes New York state
Salem, III. Bluine 108, Cleveland 290.
Large vote polled.
New Youk. Twenty-first assembly dis
trict complete gives Blaine 4,188, Cleveland
4,885, Butler 52. 319. election districts
outside of New York and Kings counties
give a net democratic gain of 3,030. Ele
venth assembly district complete, Blaine
3.5G9, Cleveland 3,341, Butler 59. Eight
eenth assembly district complete, Blaine
3,213, Cleveland 0,925, Butler 218. 410
districts outside the city and Brooklyn give
a net democratic gain of 4,022. 17 out of
24 assembly districts in this city give Cleve
land 32,000 majority.
iNDiANAroLis. Returns from state are
not in complete, but indicates a handsomo
majority for democrats.
Hartpoud. 79 towns give a democratic
ain of 2,578. New Haveu gives Cleveland
a mnjority of 2,001.
New Yi uk. It is conceded that Cleve
land will curry the state by 00,000. Later
figures may, however, alter this. Buffalo
City with other districts to hear irom show
1,130 mnjority fur Blaine. Latest returns
from Kings county show a democratic ma
jority of 1,800. 400 election districts north
of Harlem river give Cleveland a net gain
M.ONTPEI.IEH, Vt. 140 towns, Blaine 7,
824, Cleveland 12,094, St. John 1,104, But
Madison, Wis. Thirty towns show a net
gain for Democrats 053.
New York. The democratic national
committee claim Massachusetts by 8,
000. Wisconsin, 50 towns and precincts,
democratic gain 1,300; Illinois, 13 precincts
outside Cook county, democratic gain 032;
Hartford, Conn., later returns show defeat
of Eaton Duoloy Beck, republican for con
gress; 1st district Waterling gives a dem
ocratic gain of 150. Galveston, Tex., a
heavy democratic vote polled. Tho Texts
democrats claim election" of every congress
man. Ohio returns indicate about 20,000
majority for Blaine.
Noitwicii, Conn. Blaiod 493, Cleveland
NewjYoiik. King county gives 15,500
democratic majority, a gain over 1880 of
0189. New York City gives 41,831 demo
cratic majority. Outside New York and
Brooklyn, 529 districts give Blaine 22,590.
This ratio maintiixd would result in a re
publican mnjority of 79,000 above Ilarlem
bridge Sen. Jones claims New York for
Cleveland by 40,000, Now Jersey by 1,000
and Connecticut by 3500.
Indiana. Chairman IIudsonclaimi the
state by 8000 majority.
New York. Cleveland's own ward in
Buffalo, 400 democratic gaius.
Tkenton, N. J. -Mercer county jjives
2500 democratic gain. All indicates plur
ality for Cleveland wid reach 10,000
Dklawaue. Meagro returns show state
will give Cleveland majority 20,000, in
crease of 1000 over 1880.
New HAMr-siniiK. Republicans claim
the state, admitting tiio vote for governor
will bo very close.
Illinois 81 precincts outside Cook
county show democratic gain 1800.
Wisconsin. 74 townships and precincts
show net duinocratic.gaiQS over 1500.
Florida. Democratic plurality 8000
New Jkhsey. Cleveland's plurality will
bo about 7000.
Indiana.- Both sides claim state.
Wisconsin. Both sides claim state.
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