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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FB1PAV MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 18,84.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. H
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Thu Oulv Line Kunmtm
O DAILY TllAliVjJ
Making Dikeot Connkotiojv
I'tuiNR Liavs Camo:
H: O a in. Mail.
Arriving In Ht Lou it I 00 a.m.; Chicago, B. 30 p.u...
i.tinneuiug ai mini ana Kmuirham tor ClbciD
Ottl. Luuitville, Iudlanajmlia and pot"U tUitl.
lllliiZ p. m. Kut lit. hiiuU unit
Arriving II St I.ouU 8:45 p. tn., aud runucetlii.
lor all point. West.
3:45 i. in. Kust Kxpr.-aa.
For Rt. Loula and Chicago, arrtvlim at Bt. Loui,
lU'lA p. in., and Ctilcacu 7:20 a. m.
3:4.1 p. m Cincinnati Kx ihohm.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7: a. m . ; I.duhmIK H:'
a. m. ; Initlatitiiu.lii l i in. fnn-ctiiur- h.
tin. tram rem U the ab ve puii.ti- 1 :j to '.id
hot' Its in advance of any older route
liTTlie 8:r a. m. i-ipreaa In I'l'LLM A N
HcihKi'lMJ CAH IroUl Cairo In Ui.clniiall. will)
out cbanijea, and thruugh .luupur. to s:. l.o'it.
Fast Time East.
I vtit'llrit'M "ue (to through to Kam.
era poiuta wii-iotil tuv ae av
uunud l.y Hutdav lutervenlUK. The Haturday alter
j k.d train fiotu ( atro arrive In new Yo'k Monday
nntuiuK at 10::tv Tbirty-nx houra tu advanceot
t' other root.
liTKi'i ibrouacb ticket, aud furtt.ei iLlorinallon
ipiMtf at Iliiuum Central Hallroad JJf Kit, Cairo.
J. ii. JONEH.TIcivt Ant-tit
A. H. U ANSON. Orn . fa..AKont. (.hlcairo
It. II. TIME CARD AT C'A I li .
ILLINOIS CENTKAL It. K
Trains du;a t. Train
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1:10 p. .n.
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l)all excn sup.iay.
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il Klver arrive Wed . Sat. A Mm.
" depart. Wed , t'rt. & bun.
I' (). eur del. op Dfrom 7 :i am to 7: '.i) pm
t'.O. box de!. oiiti Irotn 6a. m tn !) p in.
Muuilat. itec. del. otieti lrotn....fa. m. to IPa.Di.
tiuiiila'a Imix del. open from ...6 a. m. tc lu:.tnatc
tty.NOI B -Chauu" will 1. pu'ill.'.iil Ir. rr
time U) time lo r llr paper., ('native ,vom i r(!f t
CordliiKly. W.M. M. Ml'Ki'lli I. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Oi'irauizt'd December, 1883, t'mlcr lit
Law of 1883.
riaccc.aorto Wldowi and Orphan. Mttttial A til So
clcty, o (janlred July 4th. 1H77, uoili'
thu law. of 1H7:.
JOHN II. KOII1NSON rie.nli!i.t
WM. 8'KAl'i' N Vlco I'rt.ldum
J. A. UULuSTINB Ttea.ur. i
C. W. I)U NIM1.. Mi'dlrn. Advi.et
TUOMAS LKW1S Sixrctttr)
HOARD OF DIRECTOR fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Htmtton Bird, i ro.vt, Cr .o, I'l.
J. A. ttiiidrllnu, iiltiolil.ttnu tV Hn.viiH liter, whole
nle and ret 'ill dry gixd;C. W. UunnuiK. M. h.;
l're. ltd. Med hx., for t'enalpna; A I hurl l.ewl..
Ciiminl.nion merchant: J. II Holiln.ou, rniiniv
Indite an notiiry public; Win. K. I'ltchur, otn.
iiroker and timiranre acent: It. II Hut 1, eiiy
atreet aupervl.orj M. I'h llt a.carptnter and liulid
r; 'I'homii. I.ewlK, attornev and aerretarv K. V.
l':rre,ttorny-nt-law, Diitinoln III. ; K. C I'ace
cahler of t'eiitetinlal Uati', A.hlev, III ) Albert
ilavilen. cashier ol 'Uunruo Cminn ly & Co., Sprltm
field. I I ; B, M 1 utin. iittornoy-Bt-'aw. Iiiti Km.v
dolih alruet, Chlrairo; Hon. Itolit, A. llulcrer, nt-tomcv-at
law, (.'harli'.tnn, Mo li. IaiIl'IiIoi',
caaliier Kirnt Natluiml Hank, htunrt. Iowa
THE BtST RtMiDY IN 1HI WORLD FOR TM! CURE
OP ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
tf. U a Hpco llo Tor Die euro of FalllrtB of tlie
Wtinilt, 1,1'iicnrtliiiM, I'nln in the Hiu'k, J'aluful
orSiippresu'd Mciitniiitlon, 1- lomlliiK, Kalnt
I UK Ni'iiNHtlniis, nml nil the vnrletl trouble at
tt'iidiHK the perlotl known us Cbasfre of Life.
MERRELLS FEMfiLE TONIC WS
mill Si'ltl.NdTIl to the l I KItlNK l-fNCTlON",
rxoltlnit lH'iillliyiirlloii.unil icstnrlnit tlii'in to
tliolr ipinnnl cnml it ion. It la plcnsniil to tho
tlWtf, MAV HKTAKKN AT ANY TIMK, mill lM
truly "Mother' Frtend." I'or tin I her nd
Vlco ri'inl Merri ll k AIiiiuiiuo.) lull direetlons
Willi Pitelt hiiltli', I'lico, f.w, rretnirfil hv
u JACOB S, MERBELI., St. Loula. Mo.
"U by ail Druuiilsis unit tuuicrsin Medicine.
rjMlE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Ulinolit.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
K Oouoral Ilaiikinc JianiiicriH
THOft), W. IIA-LIjIUA-Y
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
KXCLUS1VELY A SAVINGS HANK.
ALEXANDER COUNT V
tf lulu ..- '
'Imuiiiereial Avenue anil F.itrlit'u Sricct
OA 1 1 tO, lljl.fi.
C, HUOSS, Pre.ldent.
II. W EI.L.H, Caeliler.
I'. N il'F, Vice I'm.'i t
T. J. Kurth. A.d't "tMi
. Bio.. mm Ca'rol Wl'llam Klu(,
J'eterNetT " William Wolf..., "
'. M tJ.terlob " 10. O. Patter "
A. Uuder II. Well
J. V. C'k''non, Caledonia.
A-iBMtKAI.BANKI.NU Ht'SlSBnU UONE.
rjxohanao po'.d and bo'ifht. Interuit paid
the av1uii. D.purlrn jnt. Collection, made ' r.
all tiRalDu.s promptly attended ti
jR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOU. KLBCTKO-VAPOK a no MBDICATEI
A ady la attendance.
P M. IIARRELL, M. D.
iJU I J. O L
OKFiCE Ea.t Side Com ruerclal, below Sib 8t.
Cairo. Ill noin.
I JR. E W. WHITLOCK,
.No. 11' CojiR irclul Ae: m, ltwi
V i " it -1 "J'i n ..--
O. PARSONS, M D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFEICE-Ctty Dnu Store, Carbondale, 111.
i o s
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft bottom. Ft. Have. Capacity ital.. Trlco.
G x 8 M50 824.00
0 x t) 1H30 2fJ.OO
7 x l 2000 32.00
7 x i)
7 x 10
The.o tank, aro made of Ct.KAK CYPHKHS, K
In 'he. thh k, geeiitoly hooped hud aro WATUlt
'1'H.HT. They ara
Shlpvl wliolouml ure woll briioeil
lo prev- nt their b I nil rick d i r broken In baud
HiiK. Ki-t in itea furiili-hi d lor
TnnltB or uny Hlzo.
a. KiaciH v; liuoa,
217 Dolord St., New Orleans. La.
CaiiHos no Pain
01 von Relief at
Not a Liq-
plv inl'i iiiifirllii 'ilve It a Tr'nt no c-ji t at
iirui.'i(iHt. 6i rent, by mull riKhtercd. Houd
lurciriMi'ar, Hnmplo by tn-nl 10 cent..
ELY UHUTUJIKS, llnil.t, Utvoffo, N' Y.
Smm m k W W .fb VII iHlllfl VI Iblll
I y CAT f' Hi OP.
liV-VVef .T.. I' HIP.
Place your orders with Ilewett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, (jo to DuBiun'B, CO Ohio
Special Termot the Circuit Court.
A Hpecial terui of tnu circuit court (
Alcxuuilcr county, iu tho alutu of Illinoiri,
tor tho trHiuaciiou of couuiiou Ihw, cun
cery ttml criminal buaiuuNB hug been this
d'iy cnllod to convent.' at tho court house in
thu city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1884, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alex II. Ihvis, Clerk.
Cairo, III,, Si'pt. 20ih, 188-1.
For the Best Oysters,
l,'0 to Dulluun's, 50 Ohio lnvec.
Hewett cin supply you with the bom
Oyster, ia the city. tf
Sever Give tp.
If you are builuriiin with low and de
pn sdt-d epiritn, 1oh9 of appetite, general le
bility, dinordered blood, weak coiir-titution,
lieadnche, or any diHenne of a bilii-us na
ture, by all uu-anH procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bittern. You will bo surpriaed to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo Iunpirud with new life; strength
atid activity will returu; pain and mim-iy
will coasf, and hencctorili you wiil rcj iice
in the praitso of Electric Bitters. Hold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bro. 0
Ilowett'i Oyster Depot ii on Eighth
street, one door e st of Cnmnif rciil. tf
Open Day and Night.
DtBauo's ruBUuriiut, 50 Ohio levee, tf
MucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuto,
Kruisec, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
Mires, Tetter, Chapped Ilrtnds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive!)
cures Piles. It io L'tiarantend to invn nor.
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
M cents pr box For sale by Bareln)
Only the Besu Brand of oysters,
at DtlJiUti's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., snys.
"My wile has been serioualy htfeeted With
a eouyh for twenty-live jearn, nud tliir
sprinu nmre severely thun ever before. She
hud ued tii'iny n-im-lifs without relief, nd
bi-iun ur-cd t. try Dr. Km-'s New Dis
cover), (Jul hi, with nio.-t rtifyina reull8.
The Mix bottle relieved her very nun h, no
tin- 8 coinl but tie his tilisiilirely cured her
She hua not had so oood health) lor t.'iirty
Trial bottles I'n-e ht P.nrchys Bros' ilni"
store. Lirijesize 1.00. " 0
All heart sawed and alinved cypress
ihinjrlea at Lancaster & Rice Manufactur
ing Co. for 12.50 per thousand. tf
Look for the Red LJjrLr,
at DeB.tuu's 5U Oliio levee.
'Kougfli on Toothai'c.h"
Itirtaiit relief lor Neuralgia. Toothache,
Fact-fit he. Ask for "Rough ou Toothache."
13 &, 'JOc.
For twenty years I Wh8 a suflere' from
C it-trih ot the head mid throat ia a Very a'
Knivated form, and (iuriiiif the summer
months with liny Fever. 1 procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Bilm, aud 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.
Ladies who would retain treshncss ani
vivacity. Don't tail to try "Well's Heal;!.
II. Kroeyer, of Wi-st Plains, Mo., sa)s:
My wile had flooding last winter, aud she
ued one bottle of .Merrell's Female Ton e
and was cured, although I had the services
o two (Io:tois before. She owes her lile to
Mrs. Mary Boyd, of Avon, St.'Genevieve
Co., Mo., says, August 29th, 18SJ : I have
used Merrell's Female Tonic during
pregnancy, and after child birth, with the
very best result. I Cauuot speak too high
ly ol it.
"Kough on Itich."
"Rough on Itch," cures humor, erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, salt rheum, trusted
feet, chilblains. 4
Carter's Little Liver Tills aro free from
all crude and irritating matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very small; very easy
to take; no paiu; no giippinj; no purging.
Olfensivo breath, bad tutto in mouth.
coated tongue, show tomid liver ami ilis.
ordered Btomaeh, Allen's Bilious Phjsie,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 25
cents. At all druggo-tn, (8)
For the Cure of Coughs, Cold,j
Hoarseness, llroncliitis.Croup, Influ-E
cna, Asthma, Wlinoj .ing CtHigh.In-f
cipieni v.c-ustimpiion ana :r tnc rc
licf of for. i pi i vo i icrswns in ml van-
ced stages or the Disease, l or Sale
by nil Druggists Price, t$ Cents.
ELOPED WITH A BOARDER,
How Ono Man and Two Cyphers
Completed the Sam of a
A Terrible Storm-Great DoBtraotiou of
Property, and a Large Number of .
Families Made Homeless.
Found Floating Mysterious Drowning
of a Canadian Bank
Nkw York, November 6. The villagfl
of Slug Sing waa startled yesterday when
it became known that a well-known mar
rled lady had eloped with a young man
who had bceu hoarding tor some time lu
the family. Tho parties arc Mrs.l)ela
phlne Cypher, wlfo of John Cypher, and
Albert Walling, a young moulder, em
ployed in a stove foundry. The story of
the elopement, as told by the lady's hus
band, Is that a few months ago Walling
and a couple of young men were taken
Into the house as boarders. Mr. Cypher,
who alj worked In the foundry, had
reluctantly consented to this arrange
ment. In a short time he observed con
duct uot strictly decorous between his
wife and Walling, but he hesitated
about suspecting his wife of unfaithful
ness and bald nothing. He noticed tho
frequent meetings of his wifo and Wall
lug in unfrequented parts of the house
and then he spoke to her about it. She
cried, went Into hysterics and even threat
ened suicide if her husband ever had a re
mote suspicion of infidelity on her part.
Mr. Cypher was taken entirely by sur
prise by these tactics and begged bin
wife's pardon and promised never to sus
pect her again. Alter this Mr. Walling
and Mrs, Cypher were less together and
In Mr. Cypher's presence treated each
other with civility only. Hut the husband
has since learned that when he was away
the pair were more loving than ever.
Tbey were frequently seen cm
bracing, and bits of conversation
pointing to intimacy were heard by other
boarders. Monday Mr. Cypher went
to his business as usual, leaving his wife
and their little thirteen-year-old daughter,
Cora, at home. When he returned at
night the house was dark and gloomy.
He climbed into the house through the
window and found it deserted. The next
day he searched among the neighbors,
but could get no tidings ol them. Yester
day he found an express man who had
taken Mr. Walling's and Mrs. Cypher's
trunks to the railroad station,
whence they were cheeked to this
city. It was subsequently learned
that the missing couple had taken the
train with the little girl. The Cyphers
are well known iu Mug Sing, niid were
always respected. They have been mar
ried sixteen years. Tho deserted husband
Is well-nigh broken-hearted about the
loss ol his daughter, Mrs. Cypher is
thirty-three years old, Is a blonde ot the
most pronounced type, and is very pretty
and vivacious. Shi- Is the daughter ol
Mr. Augustus Carpenter, a Ufe-louy; resi
dent of Sing Sing.
Great Deutruction of Property, and Many
Families Muds Uomaltw.
Faimiikk Flint, I.. C, November C
A fearful .snow and wind storm has been
raging since midnight Tuesday all aloug
the coast. The wind averages seventy
miles an hour, aud the seas have crossed
the highways aud inundated the fields o
all the parishes along the coast. The1
light-house and telegraph office here aro
now completely surrounded by the raging
waves. The roads aro all under
mined. The watch-house and several
buildings here and at Himouskl have
been carried away. Great numbers of
persons have vacated their buildings lu
Klmouskl and much uueasiuess is felt lu
regard to the tide. The break of the Inter-Colonial
Railway and tho roadway
have been washed away between Kiuious.
ki and Hie. No lives have been lost so
far as known. Later information say
the signal and telegraph men have aban
doned the station, having been compelled
to take to boats. This Is the greatest
snow-storm In this vicinity for forty
Rikvkiie iv LoLi'ic, L. C. Novembel
C A snow-storm has prevailed here slued
last night with a heavy wind. The sea M
sweeping over the wharf and lias swept
away a store and a telegraph office. Tlnj
washout ou the Inter-Colonial Hallway H
100 feet loin; and twenty feet
whole town oj Klmouskl is Inundate.!
ana people are leaving their houses In
Mysterious Drowning- of a Canadian
MoxTKEAi., O.nt., November C A
mysterious case of tho drowning of an
accountant in the bank of British North
America, named Audrew Marshal, caiuo
to the knowledge of the Coroner venter-
day by the deceased's body being found
lloatlng In the St. I .iiwreiien l.'lvi.p mi.
posite the wharves. Deceased had been
on tlie hank's staff eleven years, moat of
the time here, but was lately appointed to
the branch in London. ( Int. I In fiimt ij
this city some days ago, ho said, ou a
vinu, ami was stopping at a leading hotel
until last night, when he paid his bill and'
disaiuieared nt u lute limn. ti,..
"O'lll A lit WllUIti
authorities decllno to give any lnforma-
uoii ieKuniiuK iuu ueceaseii, and the af
fair is Involved tn mystery. Marshal bad
not beeu Indulging In liquor,
A PulIiNll AT COUHT,
Tho Mayor of New Orleans Comas to the
neip oi ui striking- Street-Car
Nkw Orlkanh, La., November 6. This
is the fourth (lav since the utrntir. en rn
have stopped running on uecount of the
strike of Iho drtvera, who demand i!0 a
mouth for sixteen hours work. Tho
Mayor notified tin. cnuitiniiina tiwt tin-v
must resume running to-day or Hie Cil'v
Altorucy would bo directed u enter suit
for forfeiture of charier. Thu sti t rail
road Is the bent-paylng stock lu the mar
ket, declaring twelve to lllleeii per cent,
dividend. The sympathy of the people Is
all with the strikers.
Bun Over by the Cars,
lit'ivcY, Ii.i,., November tl.-Frauk
Stewart, formerly of thla city, and a vm.
ducUir on the Chicago, Burlington A
Uulncy, was run over bya train at routlao'
last evening and had hl left leg cut oX.
PiTTSBtjBon, Pa., November 6. Dr.
James A. Koed, superintendent of the Dlx
niont Insane Asylum, and ono of tho most
prominent physicians of tlie country, died
suddenly nib morning of kidney disease.
Valuable Horses Burned.
Madmom, Lvd., November C Groh
mer's stables In Carrollton were burned
at midnight. Thirteen valuable horses
were consumed, and several others fa
tally burned. The loss Is very heavy.
Wreaked by a Ball.
Chattanooga, Tk.v.v., November 6.
A train on the East Tennessee, Virginia
and Ooorgla Railroad was wrecked by a
broken rail. The mail and express cars
wero burned and their contents con
sumed. No passengers were injured.
Clothing: House Burned.
MnrxBAPOUs, Mism., November C J.
E. Bernstein's clothing store on Washing
ton avenue burned yesterday. The stock,
said to run as high as $30,000, was com
pletely destroyed ; Insurance light. The
building was damaged to the extent ot
Siielbyvuxe, Lvo'., November C
freorgo Alberts, a desperate criminal of
this city, was shot dead at his house last
evening by Jno. Keuner, of Connersvllle.
Kenner gave himself up and pleaded self
defense. Alberts was beating his wife,
and Kenner Interfered. Alberts turned
on him and Kenner shot him.
Tennessee Bomb Blowers.
Chattanooga, Ticnv., November 6.
About three o'clock yesterday morning,
while the streets were crowded with peo
ple learning the election returns, some
one threw a dynamite cartridge at tho
building at the corner of Ninth and Mar
ket streets. Striking the curb it explod
ed, tearing up the street and shattering
the windows In tho building and those ot
the Alabama and Great Southern KalU
road auditor's office. Fortunately noon
Yale College Track Sport.
Nkw Havkn, Conn., November 6. The
annual fall track sports of the Yale Ath
letic Association were held yesterday.
The weather was blustery, with a bad
wind, which caused poor records. Tho
100-yard run was won by Odell,
'si;, in 10 5-8 seconds; Meredith,
'85, won the mile walk In eight
minutes and 31 1-2 seconds. Farringtou,
'si!, the short putting, distance 33 feet
and 11 inches. Merrill, '85, the 440 yard
run, In (10 1-4 seconds. Farrtngton, '80,
the hammer throwing, disUnco C5 feet
7 inches. Udell, '8i, won the twenty-two-yard
run lu 25 seconds. Bond, '80,
the mile run in 6:24. Merrill, '80; tha
two-mile bicycle handicap iu 7:SC; Mitch
ell, '85; tlie half-mile run in 2:36. Kub
samer, '8S, broke the college broad jump
record. The tugs will bo pulled to-morrow.
Grain and Provisions.
FRIDAY, NOVKMKBR 6, MB.
ST. ton is.
Cot tos Steady ; miiMlinn, rfwv
Flock Steady ; XXX to choice, tA.164i6.iO:
WiiKAT-stendy; No. S Rod, 7i76ic; No.
3 Heil, li.'iV'l'I'.e,
roltN .S,.,y; o. H ValXOil, 871SSM SO.
0 whlto nile., 4Jn.
Oits Meiiily; No. 5, jri2fl Vc.
lira Lower: No. 2. 4so.
'I oiiAcro Firm; loirs ; common to choice,
$li.tl' in.00; lenf; common red liif. ST.Aiiaio..
uu; uieiiiiiiu ifooti rMKi'a'li.lHJ.
1 1 1 v Prairie, Jh .vi I11..M1 for prime to choice
new ; clover mixed, f.m lo.im for common to
prime; prime new tlmotliy, $10.00aiU.u(j: fuu-
C-V. f U.IHI'ailt.lMI.
Ht TTK.it Steady ;cholce to fancy creamery.
.,i.m,,w, ...my, i-i.un'c hi ihhi'v, fil'crjoc.
Knos Steady; ircali Uek, IMlto per
1'otatoks Firm for choice; common dull;
common to choice, Sn (!,'.
I'oiik Dull; new menu, JU.".! 15.00.
l.AHlt Unlet; prltiiH ateum, flT,i7c'.
lUcos I.oniis. svsm'jc; shorts, iti?ic;
Cleiir ribs, He, all packed.
Wool Tub-washed, cholcv, 2c; fair, 27e;
(Unity nml low,ittiii'K-, Unwashed-Choice me
dium, 20'ajo',e; good average medium, lS'i
Hie; selected Unlit line, 17wiSo: uood averaao,
K.'l"e; heavy, 14'wltk-; oombliiK, (iuartcr
blood, iOttiUiic; combing, low grades. U
1 1 tniis Steady and firm; dry flint, 17c;
damaged, Ue; bulla or Htags flint,
Wo: stilted. He; kIiio stock, fo. Cireen
suited, Ko; damaged, 7c; veal calf skins, lH,c;
hulls or stags, tk-; green, uncured, 7'ai7sjc;
damaged, A4'c; glue, 3e.
Hiikkp I'ki.ts Duilj green, 5000c; dry, do,
Vxi1, grovn sliuttrllngs, li'o3Uo.
Wiiat Weaker; No, 1 rtnd, November,
RIS'o; December, sfiVe; January, S7c;Fubru.
Corn Lower; November, 52 V; Decern
ber, We; January, 47;m; Februarj', i77tc;
oats Weaker; November. Si.'.'c; Decern
WnitAT Firmer; November, 73Vc; Da
oomlier, 7,'o7JSci January. 7o; May,
Corn Weaker; November, 41i'e; Do
eember, HsNic; year, sssej January,
37e; May, Uti'io. "
Oats Weaker; November, 2,1'4'c; Decem
ber, Mc; year, 2,V'c; May, o.
I'ouk stronger; year, $11.48; January,
$I1..V); Febrnnrv, Jll.rtO.
I. aud Steady; November, $7.02 ; Decern
tier, m.ho; January, $0.1)7), i February, $7.(;
smoht Kins November, $7,00; January,
$8.1 ; February, $o.iws.
Live Stook Markets.
Hons Iteoelpts jo.odoi active hut firm;
8'HK) lower; light. $4.2U'4.75; rough pack
ing, 4.i.W4.K5; heavy packing aud ship
CATTLK-Hecelpts, 850; weak and dull;
exports, $fl.ix)'uMi.H,'j good to choice, $A.ti0J
H.ui; comiuuu to fair, $4.255,40; Xvxaus.
i$J.l4.(). ' '
Bhkri' Ueeelpts, U.800; slow; common to
good, $2,804.20. n
f'ATTt.B Market Hteailv- extrn atn)e nml
weatern steers, $il.lowii.M; good to cholco
fthlppltig, fl.T.'i oA.iKi; medium to good butch.
I'M , $4.I.Vt'l.75; atockers and feeders, 9l.60'd)
D.sn; tair 10 goon nuiive cows, vi.Wait.OO.
kijkkp Afi I.amiis Mnrkut only steady at
last week's prices; medium to good, fi."75'ii)
It, Ml; good to eholci), MM'it t.'2fl:good to cholco
Western lambs, H:i!'ti.o; Canadas, $4.tk)'
llooa Market active; shade higher; good
fl cIioIch Yorkora, $l.il)wl.70; light, $4,454
a.55; butchers' grades, $4.704.80; pigs, $4,284
Catti.h Hecelpts, 1 .atto ; active and Ann at
Iliioa liccnipts, i.fiiHi; atrnngnnil 8c higher;
lots of I7i) to ;no pounds average, flWl.HO;
HiiRKi1 Uereipts, sin; good natives strong;
average W4 pounds, $;t.4i,
Stock and Money Market.
Nkw Yoiik. Nnveinhnr ft. l::M) n. m.Mnnev
II per runt.; exchange unlet; government's
riull ; cuiToney iv t, l.'H hid; 4's eonpou, IJlV
bid; l','s do, 1:, hid. s toe Its opened weak
St a decline of l.'ii V tier cent., nml nn Dm
growlnir liellef dial Cleveland In elected,
them was a heavy unloaditiit of thu Houlj
stocks, all thu morning, especially Union
I'aeiile, Dealings ware attemliul with ii.mi
exoitouwul, aud at every sale price gay
ITAOES 0 THE Rivm.
River marked by the gauge at this
pott, at 2:13 p. m. yesterday, 13 feet 9
inches. Fall during previous twanty
tour hours, 0 foot 7 inches.
Chattanoogs, Nov. 6. River 1 foot 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 0. River 3 feet 2
incho and rising.
Louisville, Nov. 6. River 2 feet 1 0
inches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 0. River 1 ft 0 Inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 0. River t feet 0
inches and falling.
St Louis, Nov. 6 River 14 ft 7 ioch
Billy Phillirs pilot of the Minnetouka is
in the city studying politics.
The Gug Fowler arrived and departed on
time yesterday. She had a light trip. Too
Excuse our brief river column this
morning. The election is crowding us, and
will do better as soon as the result is set
tled. We will stand by Tom Hendricks'
telegram yesterday, and know that New
York with Indiana have gane over to the
The R.R. Springer will lay at New Or
leans until she repairs her broken shaft
She would have mads money on her trip
had it not been for her misfortune.
The City of Baton Rougs will have plen
ty of room for freight on her arrival here
this morning, as she left St. Louis flying
light. She leave St. Louis flying light.
The wrecking beat Charley Ilill is now
taking rock off a sunken barge at Grand
Tower. Capt. Hiram Hill loft here early
yesterday morning to go to the the boat.
Walter Sliinkle pilot of the Golden Rulo
who went to New Orleans to look at the
river. He took paseago at Vicksburg on
the ill fated Henry Frank. He saved him
self but lost his baggage. He left there
yesterday on tho Fowler, going back to
A remarkably handsome woman is
said to be the moving spirit in a philan
thropic movement in Kussia to supply the
poor of thai country with Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, tho treat remedy for coughs and
"Tho Voudoo Doctor."
With tho advanced education among
tho colored puople, tho business of th
voudoo doctors became less lucrative.
They lind enough dupes, however, to
ruako their nefarious practice yield
them a pretty good living. Tho vou-.
doo doctor is generally an old whito-
nnirnii uarKy, who walks with a crook
ed enno and curries something rosoru
bling tin old army haversack slung
across his shoulders. As ho walks
along ho occasionally stops, looks up
ward, waves his stick in a peculiar way
and seems to hold mysterious converso
with tho invisible spirits of tho air, if
such thero bo. All thoso antics have
thoir effect upon the suporstitious ne
gro, especially those of tho female sex,
who aro tho largest patrons of tho bo
gus doctor. In his bag or haversack
ho carries a queer assortment, tho toe
nails of dead men, roots and herbs,
curious pieces of iron, bits of wool.etc,
with which ho protends to niako mar
It was during slave timo tho voudoo
doctor tlourishod. Ho did a thriving
business among runaway negroes, who
wero promised immunity from punish
ment iu caso of recapture for a small
One of iho voudoo doctor's mothods
of oporatiug is to seetiro a black chick
en and two pieces of silver from a dupe.
Ho then procures a skillot, which ho
half fills with water, placing tho pieces
of silver in the skillet opposite each
other. Ho thou requests ins dupo to
mentally ninno ono of tho pieces after
tho enemy whom ho desires to circum
vcut. When tho water bogius to boil
ho drops an occasional feather from tho
black chicken into tlie skillet, mum
bling something which is unintelligible.
As soon as tho water boils tho piocos
of money begin to riso and fall, ns they
naturally would do, mid by a skillful
manipulation of tho skillet ho brings
one of tho piocos on top of tho other
tho ono beneath always being tho ono
named after tho enemy of his dupo.
For this tho dupo is expected to pay
according to his moans from $ I up to
Anothor voudoo trick Is to protond to
sow a II or tfr bill lu tho upper band
of tho pants to iustiro good luck, but
actually secreting tho money and sew
ing a piece of folded papor in tho pants
Still another voudoo trick is to bury
a small pack ago wrapped in red tlannel
ami get a dupo to dig It up. Whoa the
package Is found It Is said by tho vou
doo doctor to bo a good omen, for
which ho charges tho dupo a hnudsomo
An old voudoo doctor in West Wash
ington recently acquired quite a repu
tation hv his alleged euro of a colored
girl iilllicted with rheumatism, his ro
clpo being a decoction of sassafras, rod
pepper, lino and coarse salt, aud soap.
For a small vial ot this ho charged f l.v
50 and for a personal visit if 5.
. Tho more mysterious tho voudoo
doctor is, the more patients ho obtains.
They are seldom arrested, ns they ou
J lin'socreey on their patrons, whogou
orally obsorvo their requests. If a pa
tient survives thoir treatment, tho euro
Is atli'llmled lo tho voudooist, ttud if ho
dies his friends tire ashamed to confess
that tliey havo been victimized. H'mi
-Mr. Jolin Oelirluird, Waterloo, lows,
suffered a long tin e witlirneiimttlsni, with
out relief from his physician, but ft few ip
plical'otis of St. Jacob's Oil, the wonderful
conqueror of pain cured liiui.