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TUK M11A 0AIUO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOUNUNO, NOVEMBER G, 1884.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. K
Shortest and Quickest Rout
Si. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Jurumiu
O DAILY TRAINS
MAKiNfl DlKKOT (WwKOTloN
In i Nil Liavi Caimu: ,
:: O n m. MnU.
Arrl vIi.k lu St. Louli V .00 a.m. ; C!ilcaKO,H:30 p. it..,
'oTii:ei:iiiiv 111 luliti an'l Kl'.nirnam fi r Clticlu
nail. Louimlle, Indianapolis unci polii Kah.
lU;.'j p. m. Iast Ht. J,nul iiti.l
Arriving tt St I.oali 6:45 p. tn.. and ouiiiicctliiii
fur allpoiula VV'uai.
3:45 p. in. Kust Kapichd.
for St. Louli and Chicago, arrlvlm ut Ht, L'.iih
10-15 p. to., and Chicago a. in
M:4rp.m Cincinnati Irlx ..h.
Airlvlnr at Cincinnati 7 :0 a. m ; l.iiuintli
a. m ; ludlauapo.ln 4 i5 a in. i'a-i-t,vi:r In
thin tram reach ibe ah..ve ml.U 1 :, to 'it)
liOl'ltS in advance of any oilier i uto
"The 8:i5 a. m. ftprem ba IM.'LLMAN
hOhKI'ljiU CAK frotu Cairo lo ( ii.rlui.al1, wita
out chanttca, and tliruiib ali-epcra In ht. I.o'ii.
I'-l vt'1l Ciil'O hJ lt"e Him K through to Han.
cinClll I 3 elu p0iLt, without auy delat
caui"d by Sunday iutenriniiiK. The HaUrJay alter
inou train fmiu i.'alro arrive In ntrw Yoi Monday
vornhiK at 10::. Tnlrtym bnur lii advaticeol
07 other route.
typur tbrontib ticket ai.d furttiei atorrrmtlot
ippiv at Illtuola Centra! Railroad Ui-jiot, Cairo.
J. il. JUNKS, llciut Atrlit
A. II HANSON, lien. 1'ann. Auer.t. ( hlraro
K. It. TIME CAM) AT CAIPO.
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" dcparta Wed , Kri. ft Hun.
P O. gen del. op n from 7:iam toT:M pm
P.O. box del. ot.cn from 6 a. m t" V p. in.
Hundaja cec. le'.. open trfim....f a. m. to 10 a. Bi.
8undava box del. open from.... 6 a. m to lo:$i am
tr-Sol K -Chan- a will ba ptnilahed Ir.ro
time to llm Id city papera. Cnatiirc ymu ourdf ac
eordtuitly. WM . M. MUkI'II V 1'. M
T II 12
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Succefforto Wldoa and Orphano Muioal Aid So
ciety, o Kanleed July 4th, 1877, uutly
the lawe of 1MTJ.
JOHN n. ROBINSON - fruinloi.l
WM. SIKAI'i' N Vice I'rUlduni
J. A.UOLU9TINK TreaKiini
C. W. l)0NIU Ued'ra. Adv'.at'i
TUOMAS LBW1S ....Secreta')
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1t YEAR.
Win. Htralton, Ktrntton A Illrd, ro.ui,CH'tii, Ml.
J. A. (iiiidKline, hIhoIcIhtIiiu it Uuhct, wutor, liiilc
ale and ret'iil dry Kood;C. W. Otiiir.iEK. M. I'.:
Pre!, lid. Med Kx., for 1'i nalona; Allien Lewis,
Cnmmlilon merchant: J. II Hobinaoii, rntintv
Juili?o an noliiry public ; Win. V. I'ilc.htir, iMm,
broker bad Itmuranco aiient; H II llnl'd, city
aitet-t anpurvlHor; M I'h a, carpintcr ami bulid
er; Thoinua Lewl, attornt'v and necrelarT k . V,
P:ercc,ttornuy-it-law, Dutnoin ill K. C. I'm
rahlur of 'entennial Hun , Anhlev. Ill ! Al'it
Ilayden.caithlerof Uenrire Tonne ly A Co., Spriim
Held, I 1 J U. M -tuiin. attorney-at- aw, Hitl Kn.v
dolph airei't, Cblcairo; Hon. Kobt.A. Ilatcrer, at-tornov-at-la,
CharleKton, Mo i li. Lnluhtoi.
caahirr First Niitional hank, hluiirt. Inwa
ClMtrle ApDlltncai art tent en 30 Davt1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUM OR OLD,
WljO ara luffirlnj from Naaon ImntUTr,
11 Loar Vitality, I.tca or hanva Kum a txu
Vicioa, Wmtins WaaNa.'iN. anil all ilu.n Ulinavi
of a Paaa-miL KATeaa muiiinn from Aui'taa anil
OTiiaa t:uaa. gw.ly rcllnf nn-l puni-lrlo rjulo
ratlunol HaiLTWAMoRand Maiiia'untuiuNTaan.
TIib Mrsniloat clltenterr of t It Nlui'ti-ji.th '.vntiiry,
Iwid at onoe fur lllUKlrmtod Funphlxt fiun, AiMnat
VOITAIB HIT CO., MmnUl, MICH.
f BffoSV-AND -AFTOVl
TUEOITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, IllinolB.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
i General Ilaiikini; HnsiiicHH
TP OH, V. lIVIiI.ll)VV
INTEUPKISIS SAVING RANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
VtlOri. W. IIAMillA ,
i MIA.! NIK;
'liiiiiiiii'rcial Avenui ami Eighth Stri-it
OA I UO. ILLS.
K. HUOSS, PreKldent.
II. WELLS, Canbler.
P. Ni!Kr", Vltel'rei-'nl
T. J. Kflth. Aax't c tali
. BroK . Ctt'rol WIIIIiit) Klute. .1': Iro
IVerNctr " I William Wolf..,. "
I'. M Oi-terloil " I ('. (). Cutler "
A. Kuder " I II. Well
J. Y. i.'lem'oti, Ca'e'loi.la.
A tKNKHAL IUNKINU Hl'ilS'KnS l)iiNP.
KxjhaiiK') "ld and hi'i'.'h. Intereft puid u
tie mvwh Di'P'irrtif nt. cullectiona inadf i-nn
all lii!Klrfs pru'iiptiv attetnli'-i ir.
I'iiOfESisI u.N A I. CAKUS.
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Coninicrcial Ave-, Cairo, ill.
VAl'OU. ELKCTHOVAPOIi ash MEDR'ATKl'
J 1 AT IIS
A ady In attendance.
P M. IIARUELL, M. D.
OFFICK Eait Side Comuierclal. be'.ow Sth St.
Cairo. Ill nois.
j )R. E W. WHITLOCL,
) rental Siii'irwon
.rii a So. 13 Comm. ireial Aer.ni. twi-ci
G. PARSON'S, M. 0.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
UFKICa-City Drii Store. Carbondaie, V..
r2 53 o
I, and Clothing House
T In A.,.V.
A full tine of card aamplca of'
, tha great pieca gooda a'ock
GEO. 0. CHR1STMAN,
hnan debility, rabntialed
powrra, pnumttim di'tiijf
and failure to porlorm llfe'a
Outlea pinpurly ara canned by
airuawa. airor u( youth, lo.,
Mill llnd a H-rf...-t and lanlluc
rtnlflrntion to rohiiat lieullh
anitji lifiirom jimnhooil In
THF MATGTON BOLUS.
ISi.it lu-r Kimiini b tlruitviiiK nor
l"t riiniKiua. 'I hm I rrt nmnl ol
f rrj, i lie-hi lit anil
lll Mlllll Jllt.l V Uilfi(rii.mU
Hireemfnl bwanan Im-Mt on pi.rfict dldannniii,
new itnd allreet mrthotla ami ab'riluln ihnr
oitchnraa. l'nll liifnnnatlon and Treatlaa Int,
Aililrvna ( onmiliinii I'byairian of
HARSTON REMEDY CO., 4CW.I4th St., Now York.
Merchant Tailoring Vo
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to Ddltun'ti, 00 Ohio
Special Teriuot the Circuit Court.
A Hpt cinl term ui '.in circuit court ol
Alexiui'ler county, in tlm s'nto of Illiuoi
tor tlio trnntntciion of conunon hw, c'niu
eery nml criuiiiml IhuIduhs Ima In en thi
1 ty cnlled to corvenu Ht tliu court lioui-e in
iliocityof Citiro on 'ilonilny, November
10th, 1884, at a o'clock I M.
Alex H. Iuvin, Clerk.
Cairn, III., Sept. 20i li, 188-1.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DoUuuh'h, 50 Ohio luvet. if
Never Give Up.
If you urc tuflVriim with low nud do
pi i HMi-il (.piriiH, Uwa t.f appetite, gcnentl de
bility, (liHordeieii blood, weak con-titiition,
lifiiiiiiclie, or any dineHKw of h bilit us nu
ture, by till iiuikih procure a bottieof Elec
tric Uittcm. You will bo burprirfd to see
the rnpitl iinpriiveniciit Unit will follow ;
ymi will be incited with new life; strength
nud activity will retuin; pain and nii'iy
w ill ceane, mid heiiCCiiTih )mi will rejuico
in the praitie of Electric Hitters. Soil at
fifty cents a bottle by Rirclay Hron. 0
0p'n Day and Xiglit.
DeUii'Hi'a rtsttiuruiit, 5G Ohio levee. tf
riuoKieir Ariiiea .aive
I be Real Sulve In the world f'r Cuts.
: fjures, Ulceus S,Ut Rl.euti', Fevei
--.-.-fit, Teller, CliH.:d IImld, Chiiblaini-,
' "or tini ail Skin Eruption, and positively
:un-s Pile. It i jfUHrantije'.! to'ivu per
fect sntifjfrtr.tif 'i , or money rt.'fui: lt d. Pric e
.'.-) ft.'its per t'l-x For gala by linrclay
Only I lie Resit Hi and of oysters,
Ht DtliiiinV, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Great iMscovtry.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newion. In., says.
"My wife tms been K-rioualy nlfecteii w.tli
a couuh for twei.ty-live jeitr?, and tliie
nprin' uii.ro severely than ever before. Sh'
hud U8.;il uiany reini'lies wi'lmut relief, tnd
b. inii urcd to try Dr. K nu's New Dis
covery, did .o, witli inoi-t i:riitifint! re.-ults.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
tint 8t cond bottle his ubsoluvly cured her.
Sh! I)h fmt had so goml heulthy Lir tliirty
Trial bottle free at liirchys Urns" tlrnsi
store. Lire;" size 1.00. 0
Look lor t lie Ked Liylit,
at DeliiUii'a OU Ohio b vee.
Lots (f People
get I'ilinu?, have heavy h. ad .ch' , mouth
li ul, yflh'W eyi, & ., all ih" tirett r-r-olt
of impure flood which cn be thor.'U'.'hly
cl-anseii, renewed and enriched with Kid-ney-Wort.
It acts at the same tune on the
K.dtieys Liver and B iwels and h is more
real virtue in a p ick aie than can be found
in any other n tnedj for the same class ol
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshill. Mich.,
oiler to Hfini I Jr. Dyes CVlelirated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliance on trial, for
tliirty Hays, to men, old at). I youiitf, ailbct
etl with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseast s.
See adveitise ment in this paper. 1
Physicians recommend por us plasters in
cases of backache, lame side, stiff m use lt-s,
itiiumatiem and all c al pains. Hop Plus
t rs ure the best made, combining Fresh
Hops with Gums. R.ady to use, pl.-asmt
and powerful in action. 23 ct9. ut any
5-tT"Kecp in the F-olnon. The Diamond
Dyes always da more than they claim to do.
Color over that nltl dre44. Tl u-ill lonb lilfn
new. They nru warranted. 10.'. nt dru
t;is's. Well's R'charJson & Co., Uurlinj;-
Leffal Blanks Kept For Sule
it The Ucllf.tin oilke.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Q'lit Claim Deeds,
Real Estate Mortjjazjp,
Executions, Summ his, Vcnie,
Oarnishee Blanks. Ac.
Cheap lioin 'a in ArUain n and Texas
a I .... i 1 ; i.i . i .
ah'iii; ine uce oi inu i. Louis, iron
Mountain and Southeru R tdway, Texas arid
PiciuV. Railway and International nnd
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
acres ot the choicest larniini and graziim
lands in tho woild, rHiitr:nr jn price Ironi
f'.'.OO to f;j()0 and $4.00 per acre, in h
hi ulthv COIIIltrV. Willi climatit unon nmsed
for salubrity and p.. mfort. Heml your ml
dri'HA to the undersiuned for a copy of sta
tistics of irons raised in Arkimpss mid Texas.
In 188'.', and make up your mind t o and.
see br yourself when you leuru that the nop
f ir :88H is fiO per cent larger than that of
HH'i. To those purchaM'ig land owned by
the Company, ami paying one-fourth, oin
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies hues.
II. C. Towns bnt). Gen'l Pass. Amt.
St. I,.. ids. M '
For the Cure ot Coughs. Coltls.i
Hoarseness, llroncliiti,Crottp, Influl
enza, Asthma, Whoojiinp Couph, In-3
ciiiicnt Consumption and for the re-B
lief of cor uin tit i ve rcrons i :i m I van-l
rM.if.t-s ui uiL-iyiscn'ic. i orraiei
by all DruggistsPrict, 95 Cents!
tho republic has teen averted tnd tn
party of corruption nu9 beentlilven out
by tho honest, upright vote of tie Ameri
can people. All honor to tho uptight Ho
publicans, to tho Independents, to tho
citliteus who stand aloof from all politi
cal organizations, for tho valuable aid
they have given toward this glorious Vic
tory. If the lesson of tho people's ver
dict Is read aright, factional mlsrepre
Heutatlon should now cease and all parties
should unite to strengthen the hands of
an honest, fearless, upright National Ad
ministration," TUB 8CN.
Tho Sun saysi "Tho extraordinary
closeness of tho vote yesterday In nearly
all of tho States left the reBult uncertain
when tho Sun went to press. The figures
received from the Interior of New York
State, taken with tho. assured Demo
cratic majority in New York City and
Kings's County, Indicate that Cleveland
may posMMy have carried New York by
5,000 plurality, and it is apparent that
the vote of New York Is the determining
fact. If Orover Cleveland Is elected, ho
will owe his election as he owed his nom
ination solely nnd conspicuously to tho
efforts of llepuhliean voters. The Dem
ocratic p. ty has still to elect a candi
date representing Democratic princi
ples." G O X iFlxiO 'JltAIN 1 N O .
Tho Boss Bluffier Preparing For the
Ni;w Yokk, November fl. John L. Sul
livan, who is to meet J.M. Lalliu at Madi
son Square Garden on Monday night next
in a four-round glove contest under tho
Marrpii of (Jueensbc fy's rules, came
from IJoMoii yesterday and took quarters
at Mouieo Villa, One "Hundred and Forty
fifth street and St. Nicholas avenue,
where he will tlnlh his training under the
care of I'atsey Shepherd. He appears to
bo in good health and fine condi
tion, and expresses himself as being
sure of winning the match. Uuder
the articles of agreement, signed by both
men, witnessed 'by Patrick Sheedv, for
Sullivan, and Hilly Edwards, for La'h" in, it
is provided that the winner shall receive
the entire net receipts, and, should tho
police interfere before the end of the
fourth round, the referee shall decide
which of the pugilists has the best of the
contest up to the time of interference.
Latlin is still working at Amatyvllle, L.
I., and is being looked after by Billy Edwards.'
Jero.'V Park Races.
New YoitK, November 5. There wero
five spirited races at Jerome Park yester
day. The attendance was good, but the
track was poor.
First Ilace Selling allowances; three
quarters of a mile: Strathspey, Hist;
Poluuia, second ; Monument, third. Time,
Second Race Handicap sweepstakes;
one and one-eighth miles: Bella, first;
Woodtlower, second ; Richard L., third.
Time, 2:07 1-2.
Third Race Free handicap sweep
stakes; one and a half miles: (iiroila,
first; Royal Arch, second; General Mon
roe, third. Time, 2:45.
Fourth Race Selling purse; one and
one sixteenth miles: Wandering, first;
Singurly, second; Marmaduke, third.
Time, 1:56 1-2.
Fifth Race Steeplechase j full course:
Charlemagne, first; Trombone, second.
Tho rest did not tlnlnb. Time, 4:'Ji.
Brighton Beach Races.
Nkvv Yokk, November 5. There was
a good attendance at Brighton Beach yes
terday. The six eveuts were swelled to
eight, caused by the split In the the third
competition, which was a heat race.
First liace Hurdle Race; five hurdles;
one and one-fourth miles: Wellington,
first; George McCulloush, second; Mar
shall, third. Time, 2:27 1-2. Mutuals
Second Race Selling allowances; one
miles Hotaehimle, tlrt; Bamev, second;
Eros, third. Time, 1:51 1-4. Mutuals
Third Race Handicap, mile heats;
first heat: King Lyon, first; Caramel,
second; Lyttuii, third. Second heat:
Caramel, first; Sister, second; Lytton,
third. The third heat and race was won
by Caramel, with King Lyon second.
Mutuals paid, $.11.70 on first 'heat; 11. Ut)
on tho second, and SS.05 on the third.
Fourth Race All ages; seven furlongs;
Glendower, first; Islette, second; Mon
tank, third. Time, 1:34 3-4. Mutuals
Fifth Race For beaten horses; three
fourths mile; Ruchlel, first; Adalgosia,
second; Stuebeii, third. Time, 1:22.
Mutuals paid 81 1.8(1.
Sixth Race For beaten horses; three
fourths mile; Eva S., first; Teleinae.hiis,
second; Nalearit, third. Time, 1:20.
Mutuals paid iJUi.'JO.
Election Day Game.
Ni:w Yokk, November 5. Although
the weather was wet, fully 2,000 people
gathered at the Manhattan Athletic Club
Grounds yesterday witness the annual
election day games. The sport was ex
cellent, The feature of the day was the half mile
race for a cup presented by L. E. Mevers.
C. Y. Southard came lu first of twenty
thivo starters. Time, 2:01 H-s.
J, F. Smith won the hundred-yard run
In 10 1-4 seconds.
The two milo walk was won by J. G.
Gibbons. Time, ltl:25.
llarrv IlnleliliiM. Hm fliiiniiil.x, ton
yards in 13 1-5 seconds, and the 220 yard
tun mm nun ny . p, llUSSC, 111 .'.I 1-0
neconds. E. McMahon ran two miles in
A Regular International Foot-Race,
Nkw York, November B. The annual
cross-country run for tho championship
of America, which came off yesterday un
der tho auspices of the New York Athletic
Club, resulted In a regular International
race, as there, were entries from England
and Canada. There were eighteen start
ers, aud tho course was five miles from
the top of Fort George to Fordham
Heights. D. I). MoTaggert, of the Mon
treal Athletic Association, was easily tho
winner in 2!) mln. Oil 11-4 sec, with P. D.
Spillman, of the Manhattan Athletic Club,
mt.riMoitK, Mr., November 6. Tho
Druid Lacrosse Team defeated the New
York Team yesterday at Orlolo Park, tho
score being three goals to one. The
goals were secured bv Severing, Stevens
and PrlmroHO, for tho Druids, and by
Thatcher for the New Yorks. In the
first half of the game Ayles, of the New
Yorks, sprained his knee ami retired,
when, to equalize the nuinbor of players',
Steven, of ho DroiUs, also retired,
A LIVELY MILL
A. Red-Hot Row Ovor tho Expul
sion of Objectionable
A Dancing Master Who Suddenly Pound
Himself Between Two Firea An
What Happened to a Bold Pupil Who
Bravely Hastened to the Rescue
of His Master.
New York, November 5. Mr. Geono
E. Wallers' School for dancing and tie
portment, at Mt. Vernon, Westchester
County, was the scene of excitement and
disorder Monday ulght. Mr. Wallers
claims tho right to refuse admission to
all objectionablo persons. About ten
days ago some thirty of his pupils noti
fied him that unless two young
ladies wero excluded they should
: withdraw, which would have- broken
up his school. Mr. Wallers quickly waited
upon the two pupils objected to, at their
. residences, for the purpose of returning
them the money paid him for tuition fees,
and, at the same time, to politely request
they would discontinue their attend
ance at his school. The course of
Mr. Wallers at once raised a storm, and
the brothers of the pupils and one or two
of their admirers determined to make It
hot for the professor. About half past
nine oclock Monday evening George and
Harry Trede and Jesse Law, jr., entered
tho dressing room and requested tho
presence of Arr. Wallers. As soon as ho
had entered, the door was closed, and ho
told that thev had Comi to "lav him nut "
unless ho apologized for expelling the
Misses Trede from tho school, and at
onco commenced to assault him, Harry
Trede tearing a large portion of ono
sleeve of Mr. Wallers' dress coat entirely
off. The latter, deeming his life in
danger, shouted aud beckoned to one of
his pupils to go for an olllcer. M r. Law
rence, on his way out of the building for
that purpose, was stopped hy Jesse Law,
Jr., who seized him by the arm and told
him that he should not go for an olllcer.
Lawrence said, "Take your hands off mo
or I shall strike you," when ho received a
severe blow from Law on the side of tho
head. Shortly afterwards Constable
Woods was found, and, after some par
leying, arrested Henry Trede and Jesso
Law, who were taken before Police Jus
tice Norman A. Lawlor, who held them
for examination. Prof. Wiilli.ru mivit.
i low-tail coat was exhibited in Court, aud
looKeu as u u uaa oeen through tho
A Small Riot.
Cixcixxati, O., November 5. Yester-
; day afternoon a small riot broke out in
mo kignteemn v ard. Ulllcer Ilunnegan
Interfered, when Pete Kelly quickly
subbed him in the left side, the knife
presumably penetratiud tho lung. Th
wounded man was Immediately conveyed
to his home, Father Burke accompanying
him under the Impression that his wound
was fatal. About 10 :30 p.m., in the samo
ward, Win. Hennessy was fatally shot,
lie was removed to tho hospital in a dy
ing condition. He was shot in tiie eye by
liauJeJ McMnm. Trouble had been brew
ing all day at this voting precinct, aud a
large number of policemen were around
Grain and Provisions.
TIIl'KSDAY, NOVKMULR 5, lsSI.
Cotton Steady ; mMdllntr, O'wa lii'.e.
I'l-oflt Steady ; XXX to choice, JJ.LVa3.20;
WHKAT-st.)iidy;Xo. 2 Red, 77 u 77 '.e; No.
B Hetl, kj 'i)7 'o.
L'oitN Steady; No. 2 mixed, 3738 ','c: No.
2 white mixed, WaAic.
oath steady; Xo, t,Wiif,ie.
UYK Lower; No. 'J, 4s V'tlle.
Touaoco Klnn; Iiiksj common to choice
$ti.UU- 10.00; leaf; common red leaf, $7.50ulO,
(HI; medium to good $;i.imi-u 17.00.
Hay I'rulrle, '.i..')(K.rlii..r.o for prime tocholee
new; clover mixed, fT.oo'rf lo.(H) for common to
prime ; prime new timothy, JlO.OO'a 11. ou: fun
llUTTKit steady ;eholce to fancy creamery,
JilwSOe; dairy, choice to fanev, Jl a J.'ie.
Knos steady; fresh utoc'k, 17',lSo per
i'oi vroKs Finn forcholco; common dull;
common to choice, SSJ!i.p,
1'oiik Dull ; new iiioss,tl.V0n ff I.V2.1.
I. Alto V'lot ; prime steam, l o 7c.
IIacon Luiiks, SVaS'.c; shorts, VaD'.o;
clear ribs, lt'4e, all packed.
VVooii Tub-washed, choice, 2Se; fair, 27c ;
(llnny and low,2:i'o.'.'ie. L'liwaxhcil Choice mo
(llum,2u'u)2use; (tood uveiuo medium, ls,i
l'.ic; selected liht line, 17alsc; irood averairu,
lti'alTe; heavy, ll-iiliic; combing, quarter
blood, 20'uJU.Se; combing, low grades, 11J
Miuk Steady and firm; dry flint, 17c;
damaged, 14u; bulls or stags flint,
lee; Halted, lie; kIiio stock, fie. tireen
sailed, He; damaned, 7e; veal calf k Ins, 1 1 So;
bulls or tairn, lie; gruen, unuured, 7'a7lc;
Uammred, five; iflue, 3e.
siikki' I'lars-imilj impn,50fit)0ej dry.tlo,
4.1c; green shearliiiKS, l.W'.luc.
NKW YOU If.
Will'. AT Weaker; No. 2 Itod, November,
Rl',e; iecetiiber,s,'iVc; January, 87,,'e;Ki'bru
ury, siojc; .May, mo.
Colts firmer: November. Rt'.'e: Decern.
her, M'.c; January 4S,',c; February, 4Sl4o:
oai's rirmer; November, 32',c; Decem
Wn rat Lower; November, "Vic; Do
comber, 75','c; January, 7H'4e; May, KI'4o,
Coun Weaker; November, 42', e; Inj.
ceiuber. ii sc; year, 3'JSe; Jutiuary,
Oats r inner; November, 2.'il;e; Decent,
her, ailVoj year, 2.1 je; May, ifli'.H.
1'oitK strotmcr; year, JlLUi; January,
111.25; February, ifll.irt),.
lAito steady; November, $7.00; Deeom
ber, fti.lWX: January, $7.00; February, $7.1(1.
sututr Kins November, $7.U0; January,
$3.07,',; February, $d.on.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts 13,000; netlvo and flnnj
Rtioiit O'ttioe niKiier; iikui, M..hiui.h,-); routrh
I packing, $4. Hon 1. 7u; heavy packing and
snipping, j 1. 1. lo .i.in.
I'ai-ii.k Receipts, 2,(1(H); steady; nailvos,
ll.otiwrt.ti:,; butchers', fJ.iNin t.uo; stackers,
J;l.(M'u'4.'l"i; Te.xiuis, $;l.2.Vfi 4.3.1.
siiKUi'--Receipts, l,7uo; alow; common to
good, $2.20'it 4.20,
"1 lllCKKAI.O. "1
Oatti.k Market steady; extra stato and
western steers, JiUil'iniUio; Rood to choice
shipping, $l.7.Vu.1.i'.o; medium to (rood butch
Ofs', $.,IA'it4.7i1; Miockers and feeders, $3,604
3.sA; fair to K"d native cows, $.'l.fW'il,oo.
Siikki and La tins .Market only steady at
last week's prices; mi'illiim lo ood, $2.7fi'
8.M; (food to choice, J3,2il l,2,1:tttMid toobolro
Western lambs, $4.2641 LiHi; C'anadas, $4,004
Hon Market active; sliadit hluher; uond
to cliolee Yorkers, $l.i;()w4.70i Utrlit, Jt.4.1
l,M; butchers' grades, $t.70a t.so; pl(js, $4.'W'
CATTMt-lteeelit, l.'.'io; all (trade fairly
active nnd strong to the extent ot the any.
''Aon Itecelpls, 1.IK; netlvo and stronirar
St il.K0-a4.Si): bulk tl.l'.ll-,, i nn.
BTAGE 07 THE R1VIR.
River marked by tho gauge at this
port, at 2:13 p. ni. jesterday, 14 feet 4
inches. Fall during previous twsnty
four hours, 0 foot 4 inches.
Chattanooga., Ncv. 5. Hirer 1 foot 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, JL-v. 5. River 3 feet 0
incher and rising.
Lou'iBville, Nov. 5. River 8 feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 5. River 1 ft 0 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 5. River 1 feet 11
inches and falling.
St Louis, Nov. 5. River 14 ft 7 inch
Tiie City of Baton Itouge In m St. Louis
is due to moiMW.
The Henry L urey from New Orleans is
due today for S'. Loui?.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down lsst night for Vicksburg.
Less than two ktt water on tho gauge
between Evansville and Louisville.
The liltle stesmcr Minnie for Memphis
is in poit. Cspt. Taylor, of Newlurg, Ind.,
The Hudson is due to-night from St.
Louis for Paducah. See W. F. Lambdin,
passenger agent, and get chesp rates.
TheGus Fowler had a fair trip yesterday.
She will report hero on time to-day, con
necting with the Illinois Central railroad.
The Oil City and McLIints tow boats left
Paducah Monday with tho Shawneetown
wharf boat which has been on the Paducah
wajs for repairs.
We are still holding out for Cleveland
and Hendricks, although the tnonied kings
of New York may succeed in bujing the
sUte, as that is their only Salvation.
The new steamer Paragould,' which has
just burn completed at Jtflersonvillo as a
cotton carrier in tho lower trade, made a
trial trip the other day and it is said she is
The steamer Frank Stine with two
dredges removed a very important Ob
struction Inst week just below Uniontown,
Ky. It w .s always supposed to be a rock,
but proved to be nothing but blue clay.
Its dimensions were 30 feet wide and ISO
The pastor of the Second Presbyterian
church, Winston, Norih Candinia, Rev. A.
B. Lawrence, writes that having suffered
several years with inflammatory rheuma
tism, be was induced to try St. Jacobs Oil,
the maivelous pain-cure, which cured hiiu.
A Tmgi'ily of Mount Washington
Quiet and innocent ns Mount Wash
ington looks, his sides and slopes have
been tho scenes of tragedies that aro
numerous as they aro sad. Tho most
painful of nil these is that of a young
girl who perished almost within a
stouo's throw of tho Summit IIouso
sonio thirty years ago. It was during
tho last week in September, 1855, that
a gentleman started for tho summit, on
foot, from tho Glen House, accompan
ied by his daughter nnd niece, and
reached tho Half-way IIouso without
incident. But from there it could bo
seeu that tiio mountain abovo them
was wrapped in a dense cloud, and that
tho wind was blowing strongly through
tho veil of mist, and increasing in force
every minute, yet, in spite of warnings
that tho attempt would bo accompanied
with danger, tho party pushed on nnd
soon disappeared in tho vellow bank of
fog abovo. Tnoy soon lost tho path
nnd began to wander aimlessly about
tho rugged surface of tho dreary waste
which lay ou all sides, drifting ovor
the sharp rocks, which cut their hands
! and feet, chilled to tho bono by tho icy
wind that ragod and tore about tucui
ns if it would dash thorn into tho ra
vines below, nnd overcome by that
nameless dread which seizes frail hu
manity when faco to face with tho un
known. Still thoy struggled ou, finally
reaching the last and highest peak, up
which thoy partly ascended, but hero
tho strength of ono of tho ladies gave
out, and she fell to the ground com
letoly exhausted, and her father, build
ing a wall of stones between hor and
tho wind, sat down hero with his niece
to await tho girl's revival. But tho
night tilr was deadly wi:h its burden of
frost, and tho rocks wero cold and pit
iless, so that during tho long vigil she
died, and from 10 o'clock that bitter
night until tho noxt morning tho two
watchers kept ghastly guard, and whoa
daylight camo it showed them that they
wero scarce 600 foot from tho crest of
the mountain, aud thnt a fow moments
more of active climbing would have
brought them to warmth, comfort and
safety; they wero wrecked at the mouth
of the harbor and tho young girl had
died ou tho very verge of safety. A
monument has boon orectod to her in
the shape of a liugo pile of Btouos, to
which heap each visitor always adds
one. Tho slab near by benrs the fol
lowing inscrit)iion;"Miss L'zzio Bourne,
daughter ol' Judge Bourne, Kennebtink,
Mo., perished hero September 14, 1805,
ngod 20 yours." Albany Journal.
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