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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMIJKR 9, 1881,
n a n v
IN THE PASTRY
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t Pmii,fnlilliiu,Ao.,u. clrllriilrly urn) nut.
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FOR STRKXRTH AM) TRUE FRUIT
FLA V Oil THEY STAND ALONE.
Pric Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, I.J. 6t. Louis, Mo.
Sr.Frlca's Craam Caking Powder
Dr. Prlci's l.iiiMilin Vcast Coins,
Jti-.t lliy i,p Yrii.l.
VQU GALE E"T GXJCCEIsa.
V'E 1UKK bl'T ONE QL'AUTY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. lOtConiinerciiil Ave,
2Ie Agent foi the Celebrate
tio cnrrlf the 'nreft urci ti'.-i-t MorU-d M icn ol
ver brought t i thu rlijr. I'r'rc ranging fruit the
lorn, iur . ctiiup n.'Vf o,tJiLe ciuecr! flurui
ON the FINEST ami REST.
llulldcrc' Htrwa-c, and cimuU-tc a!tmrnt of
Tinware, OraTdtewarc, Kitrttn-nwaru Mi'l I g'-tit-rsl
line of llouBo Kurul.tiiu.' lioudn, l.an:p. rixturus,
etc. (.'all andi-iamln hetor.- ptucianois.
Corner Uib acrl Cumaicrcial Avouiu-.Ca'ro, I!.
Telci'boiie No. Vi.
Goldstine & Jioseinvater
130 & 138 Coxn'l Ave.
bare a full aud complete lino of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A henry .took ol Body IiruMclf, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full stork of Oil Clu'ti, a'l tdi-.'-n and price.
All CJorRls) nt Hottoin I'riot"!
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CUBKKT A. -MITH
Grand Central Store.
IRQ. - ILL,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
The Ljuift variety JSiocfc
in Tim; city.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
lor. Ninutootuh street) ("a I i-n III
Commercial Aviitinti ' ' CtlMI. t
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mri. AMANDA (JLAKKNON, Agent.
N-xt Aloxunder Co. Hunk, Hth 8t
MUood Stock and Tricon Nearnnsble.uM
The Dailv Bulletin.
THE WEEK REVERSED,
Bluo Monday Oomos Ou Saturday
For tho Republicans of
After Breasting the Billows of Eopo and
Troughs of D-Bpair For Fiva Long
aud Exoit'ng Days,
The Week Goes Out With the Demo
cratic Nominee On Top in the
The Last Hope of the Republicans Lies
in tho Oiiiclal Count and a Close
Scrutiny of tho Returns.
Nkw Voiik, November 8. The result ol
tho election iu this State will now have to
be determined by theolllciul count. Noth
ing less than tills will satisfy both ar
ties. While the Democrats and the or
gans which have advocated Cleveland's
election declare that the latter Is tin
iloiibtctlly elected, the Republican Com
mittee ami Rlaine organs ure eejually sure
that Maine has a plurality, and that the of
ilelal count will show the latter to be the
te. Charges of f rami are made on both
sides, and it lool.s now as If the courts'
would have to jmss on borne of these al
leged fraudulent acts and determine
whether the districts In which it is said
they have been committed shall be thrown
out. Leading Democrats profess to have
information of a deep laid plot on the
part fd their political opponent to Invoke
the aid of certain Republican judges in an
attempt to have tilt will of the people, as
expressed at the polls on Tuesday, thwart
ed. They say that the plan is to trump up
charges of fraud In certain districts In
tin; State, and through bribery and other
means ".'et evidence enotiu'li to jjive these
char'es a senilibiiiee of truth. It is said
that Steve Klkius is at the head of thu
n nvetnetit, and that his i:it nl i n is to
have several of the interior counties dis
mi.ililli'd. and tlms place the election be.
fni etlie Supreme Court and then- nuke a
lli'ht in which he hope to ultimately ;.'ct
a di cl-imi in favor of the Kepublicans.
the other hand the Republicans say
that frauds have been discovered, and
they have uniUcstiuiiablc evidence tc
prove every charge they make. This ci
deuce, however, they refuse to make pub
lic, claiinin that secrecy was their only
safeguard, a should the I leinocrutie 111:111
ai'ers learn the fact., in their possesion,
tLe y would at oti'-e set to work to fortify
themselves a'aitit these charges and
counteract their t fl"ct.
Nothing Less Than the Official Count.
'kw Yiiuk, November 8. A corrc
Kpondcut this morning called on Chairman
Jones, of the Republican State Committee
and Interrogated him iu regard to the Re
publican charges of lraifd. lie stated
that they were undoubtedly true and
would be proven at the proper time.
.Meanwhile, he declined to plve anything
to the press that would In any way, as he
expressed it, put the .'iiilty parties cm
their sruard. With regard to the result
in the State, he said he had no doubted
t l.lIMAlK SllCKsS
of the Republicans. "The Democrats,"
said he, "may cry fraud and work thein
wlves into a paroxysm of ra;te, but they
do not scare us. We are determined to
have our rights in the matter, nud will in
sist on a fair count."
In reply to further (Uestioniii Mr.
Jones stated that tip to the present the
tL'ures at hand showed a substantial
plurality for Maine, and he honestly be
lieved that notwithstanding the frauds
perpetrated by the Democrats, the tlnal
count would show that Rhine had still
a small i'i riui.n V.
"When may the ofilclal returns from
the counties be expected?"
"By Tuesday at the latest, and until
they are received and counted by the otll
clal Hoard of Canvassers, and the result
is made known, the Democrats will, of
course, continue to claim the State."
Telegraphic inquiries in regard to the
truth of reported outbreaks In this city
continue to pour in. The latest was one
from Ruffalo, naylns it was reported
there that the Trihune and Western
I'uion buildings had been set on fire by a
mob, and auother from Rostoii to the
effect that there bad been several
Htreet lights aud that 11 gener
al outbreak was momentarily expected.
These reports arc utterly groundless,
The city is much quieter to-day than tm
any day since the election. Tho papers
have ceased to display bulletins and there
being nothing to attract the people In this
line, the streets are comparatively clear of
crowds and the best of order prevails.
Since Jay Gould's dispatch conceding
Cleveland's election the Democrats
are less demonstrative ami appear
to take R for granted that
GOI I.K'S Ti:t.l'(illAM
has effectually settled the matter. There
Is not the slightest fear of an outbreak,
and should any occur the police arrange
ments are no perfect that there Is but lit
tle hope of It reaching any great propor
tions. At this hour, 12 111., business is
going on In the routine way, and to the
casual observer the citizens appear to
have almost entirely got over the excite
went resultant on the election.
Nkw Yoiik, November 8. Tho .S'iiii
figures Cleveland'a plurality at 1,208 In
the Stale, and miyst "While tho Asso
ciated l'resn returns from election dis
tricts appear to vary considerably from
the figures wo have obtained, and to glvo
some countenance to thu claims of tho
Jiepublican National Committee that
Ulalno has carried tho State by a very
mall plurality, yet wo have so far been
unable to discover any reason for expect
ing any material change lu tho result as
shown by our own carefully collected re
turns." Correcting the Returns.
Tuov, N. Y., Novoiuber 8. When tho
first Associated l'ress dispatches wero
sent lu from Troy to New York ou tho
night of the election a great mistake was
committed lu giving Maine a reduced
vote and Cleveland 200 tnoro than bo
longed to him. Tho returns from the
iSecond District, Toulu Ward, this city,
,wcro sent lu & noou as tm) count wiw
fiadc, as follows 1 "Rhlue, 2ID; I'levc
land, 414 ; Rutler, 10; St. Johu, 5." ThO(
votu Heir, kliniilil limn twen kenh In isi
"Rhine, 202; Cleveland, 2'.)1," ami was
so renorted lust. nPdir. This correction
adds 13 to Rhine and takes 2U front
Will Serenade Bnecher.
Nkw York, November 8. Tho Brook
lyn Business Men's Cleveland and Hen
dricks Association will serenade, Rev.
Henry Ward Reecher Monday night.
Nkw Yoiik, November 8. Those In
charge of the Associated l'ress invited
representatives of the papers to examluo
their figure's as entered In their tables,
and In a short examination discrepancies
were found as compared with their dis
patches on the night of and the uext day
after the election. As an example, in one
election district in Westchester County,
where Cleveland had received ninety-one
votes, It was entered as nine. This was
only one In several Instances, all no doubt
the result of haste In entering the figures.
There were numerous election districts
which had not been entered at all.
Nkw Yokk, November 8. Tho Times
editorially says i "Our returns from the
vote of this State, now absolutely com
plete from all couutics, change but slight
ly tho llgures announced yesterday.
Cleveland's plurality of electors Is 1,801.
This number can be modiilcd only by fur
ther correction of clerical errors lu foot
ings which may have happened here, and
these are as likely to be iu one direction
as the other. If the table of the electoral
votes undergoes no farther change it
stands 21 'J for Cleveland and 1S2 for
Blaine, the majority being thirty-seven.
Flouring1 on the Cabinet.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 8. The World says
editorially: "The affairs of the nation
w ill be well managed by President Cleve
land, lie will probably have in his cabi
net Randall, Thurinan, Lamar, McDonald,
Bayard, Raton, or men of like character;
nor will the business interests of the
country feel Insecure with Ilandall at the
head of the Treasury: nor will there be
any doubt of the proper management of
our relations with foreign countries with
Thunnan, Ravard, or I.aiuaras Secretary
Boacher Disappointed and Sorry.
Ni.w Yoiik, November 8. The Brook
lyn Busbies, Men's Cleveland clubs will
serenade Henry Ward Beecher Monday
night. Iu an Interview last evening
Beecher said he was only disappointed
that Cleveland's majority was not larger,
as it would have been but for the cor
ruption fund. He regarded Gould's tele
grain as a wise precaution, helping to
allay the excitement. Th.; situation has
been critical. He regretted that o many
of his friends had differed with him
politically, but felt they would soon
come around all right. Moral reform was
the motive which had animated him, and
Fine Theory, but Hard to Practloe.
NkwYokk, November 8. The Herald
sditorially says: "The Chicago Tribune,
Albany Journal and others declared their
:onvlctiou that the Democrats have been
rictorious and that the popular will will
not be disputed. That is the American
way, which hitherto has been the glory of
our system, that the beaten ones accept
their defeat, which Is never disgraceful,
even if discouraging when encountered in
a common endeavor to determine an
issue. I'nfortuHiitely the fine old Ameri
can spirit of acknowledging the popular
will is nut universal."
;" Jkkkkhso.n City, Mo. November 8.
Retums have been received by the Secre
tary of State from the following counties:
Benton, Callaway, Clark, Clinton, Cole,
Cooper, Dent Gasconade, Henry, Iron,
Jefferson, Lafayette, Lewis, Lincoln,
Livingston, Macon, Madison, Maries,
Mercer, Mississippi, Morgan, Osage,
I'ike, l'latte, Pulaski, Randolph, Ripley,
St. Charles, Saline, Vernon and Warren.
The returns show the total vote cast for
Governor to be, Marmaduke, 00,411);
Ford, 4'.i, 102; Rrooks, 2,0'J'J.
Nkw Yuhk, November 8. The report
that Maine was coming to New York to
confer with the Nationa 1 Committee is
A Hundred Guns.
Toi.kho, 0., November 8. A hundred
puns are now being llivd in honor of
A Caisson Explodes.
Rk'iimomi, Va., November 8. To-day
ivhllc the Democrats were llring a Na
tional salute in honor of Cleveland's vic
tory, a caisson with about seventy-llve
Iiounds of blank cartridges exploded,
wounding twelve men and boys, some fa
tally. The accident caused great excite
ment, and further llring was suspended.
Vauderbilt Falls Into Lino.
Ai.n.iNV, N. Y., November 8. Win. II.
Vauderbilt has written a letter to Cleve
land congratulating him.
Ciuc.tiio, Ii,t, November 8. W. II.
Smith, of tho Associated Press, lu a pri
vate dispatch received hero at noon con
Cedes Cleveland's election. Smith also
says lion. Kniory A. Storrs has glveu up
Only the Offlolal Count.
Nkw Yohk, November 8. Tho Mail
and L'rprm saysi "Neither sldo gives
up. The olllclal count will alone decide.
Tho Associated Press' returns to-day
show a small plurality for Cleveland, but
tho Republican National Committee say
Unit Blaine Is elected."
The Commercial AdvcHlurr says: "It
seems to bo getierally conceded to-day by
law-abiding cltl.ens that theotllclal count
must bu awaited before tho question of
who carried New York can bo settled. To
that no objection can ho made by any man
who has the welfaro of his country ut
B33 Smith's Surrondor,
Chicago, 1m.., November 8.TI10 foU
lowing Is Smith's mess-ago conceding
Cleveland's election 1
Our footings show that Cleveland has
a plurality of 1,100. There aro eighteen
voting places to bo heard from olllchlly,
which will rcdiwo this somewhat. II
Uarlleirs majorities iu these places are
located the plurality for ' Cleveland will
bo 724; but It In doubtful If Rhino polhi
as large a voto iu these predict!
os Garlleld, henco Cleveland's plu
rality may bo accepted as about
1,000. This calculation, of course, is
based on returns which liavo been re
ceived from various precincts at this
otllce from persons believed to be reliable,
and who have served tho Associated Press
acceptably in other years. An examina
tion of these returns show a great differ
ence lu the ratio of gain or loss In dif
ferent sections. Hence tho widely differ
Signed. W11J.IAM Hknry S.Minr,
General Manager Associated Press.
Will Stand By Their Victory.
Dks Moink.s, Lv., November 8. The
following dispatch was sent to tho Na
tional Republican Committee ;
I)i:s Moinks, Ia., November 7.
lltpuhlican XUwnul Committee, Nan York:
Tliu Iowa ItenitillcaiiH, believing with the
NiiUnmil ( iiinmiitee, Unit Illume Is fairly
elected, arn remly to protect thu victory ol
their party In whatever way It becomes nec
essary. Ve believe with Mr. Illiunu that any
party should lit- able to utanil defeat, but a
party worthy of success as is the Iteptiblic-an
party should not yield to Iniud In thu slight
ut device, al bate vcr tost.
W. P. Wot K,
Chairman Itopubllenn Stuto Coiuuilitoe.
Anxious Butting- Folks.
Ciw.wdo, I1.1.,, November 8. Tho
rumor that Riley, the pool-seller, who
has taken in $000,000 on the election,
had disappeared is untrue. He reached
his olilce at 11 a. 111. and was cheered by
a great crowd of anxious betting folks.
CVItlsi W. l-IKLI), .Til.
The Son of the Millionaire Talks About
St. Lous, Mo., November 8. Mr. Cy
rus W. rield, Jr., of New York city, who,
Willi Mrs. Field and Miss Morrell, Is ou
his way to Mexico for a pleasure trip, is
lit the Southern to-day. Mr. Field said
that he had not come direct from New
York, but had stopped over at Cleveland
for a day, having left New York Wednes
"What was the feeling In New Y'ork
nhen you h it there, Mr. Field?"
"Weil, there was considerable excite
ment of course, but it was all good
humored, and as far as I could see has
been good-humored all through the cam
paign. These sensational reports about
trouble are not to be trusted. No sensible
man will think about doing anything but
submit to the result, whatever it may be.
1 am as strong a Republican as you can
llud anywhere, but 1 would not think of
creating a disturbance because my man
was not counted in."
"What do you think about the result?"
"I cannot give any opinion, because it
Is very doubtful. I received a long te-1
gram at Cleveland yesterday from friends
111 New York, and all I could make out ol
It was the fact that everything was very
much mixed up, aud that we would have
to wait for the complete returns to llnally
decide the question."
"What Is the feeling among New Y'ork
business men as to the effect the election
of Cleveland w ill have?"
"""Not much danger to business is ap
preheuded. At Urst I elo not think there
will be any change, and it will depend
largely on the policy of Mr. Cleveland. 1
consider him a conservative man and
man possessed of a great deal 0 sound,
common sense, too much to take a radi
cal course. The pressure will be strong
upon him to make extreme changes, but
1 scarcely tlunk he will yield to it to any
Mr. Field is a director of the Mail and
Esprewt, and is a very young and rather
delicate-looking man. In maimer ho is
quiet and unassuming, with none of tho
affectation usually notice-able in a million
XI IK XL'KF.
Brighton Beach Races.
Nkw Y'ohk, November 8. Y'csterday
was a cold day at Brighton Beach, tho
attendance was, however, good, and tho
First Race For beaten horses; three
fourths miles Nettle, llrst; Florentine,
second; Windsail, third. Time, 1,21 8-4.
Second Race All ages; ouo and oue
elghth miles s Lytton, first; Unknown,
second; Lilllo B., third. Time, 2:00.
Third Race Handicap; all ages: one
and one-fourth miles. Tony Foster, first;
Haledon, second: Nettle, third. Time,
2:18. Mutuals, $44.30.
Fourth Ihce Three-year-olds; 0110 and
one-eighth miles: George Siugerley, first;
Royal Arch, second; Jim Carlisle, third.
Time, 1:5'J 3-4. Mutuals, $13.25.
Fifth Race For beaten horses; seven
eighths mile: Tclemachus, first; Sam
Finery, second; Adalglsa, third. Time,
li35. Mutuals, 15.85.
Let Us Be Thankful.
Wasiiiixgton', 1). C, November 8.
President Arthur yesterday issued tho
following Thanksgiving pay proclama
tion: a ritoctAM.uioy.
Tho season Is nlvU when It Is tho yearly
wont of thu people) to observe a day ap
pointed for that purpose by tho President,
as 1111 especial occasion for UianksKivtiiK un
to tioil. Now, therefore, In reeoKiilllon of
this hallowed custom, I.Chester A. Arthur,
President of tho United States, do hm-hy
deslKiiato as such day of Koneriif tliaiiksitlv
ln Thursday, thu UTtli day of this present
November. Aud I recommend that through
out thu laud, thu people, eeasliiK from their
liecustoiiictl occupations, do then kuu holi
day at their several homes and their nevcral
places of worship, and w ith heart and voice
jiay reverent nehiiowTedKiiient to the Ulver
ol All (Jood for tho countless blessings
wherewith he has visited this Nation,
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused tho seal of tho Culled
States to bu alllxud,
Domi nt the City of AVashlngton, this sev
enth day of November, In thu year of our
Lord one thousand elxlit hundred and
elwhly-four, and ol tho Independence of tho
Culled Males tho ouo hundred aud ninth.
UllKSTKU A. Am 11 L' It.
Killed by Her Botrothed.
Raltimokk, Md., November 8. Eml-It-no
Miller, a pretty girl aged eighteen,
was slabbed In the groin and killed last
evening In frout of Miller's saloon, No.
83 North Paca street. Tho girl, who re
sides with her pureuls near where the
stabbing occurred, was standing with
William Exsteluand Frank Michael en
Raged lu conversation, when Joseph KaU
scubergcr came up to tho trio. After
tho exchange of a few remarks, tho girl
exclaimed, "Katzeuberger, you have hurt
me," and fell to the pavement. She died
In a few minutes. Kiitzetibergcrls under
arrest, It Is said that ho and tho mur
dered girl were engaged to bo married.
Rostom, November 8. Dr. Wm. Welln
Drown, a prominent colored tcmperauco
BuCTr.);;o and labor reformer, died this
tflcruoon aged sixryijiiic.
Minneapolis Disgraced by tht
Dolnjra of An Irresponsible-
Mayor Pillsbtiry and Many Eospootabla
Oitizons Roughly Handled Ping
Hats at a Disoount.
The Chinaman Must Go A Washee
Washee Shop Wrecked A Restau
rateur Driven Into His Cellar
MiNNKAi'oi.is, Minn., November 8.
The crowd that surrounded tho bulletin
boards last night became a wild and
howling mob before midnight, and ran
through the street i blowing tin horns and
making a deafening din. Some of the
citizens who had ventured down town to
warm their hears with u little good news
were assaulted by the hoodlums and very
Mayor Pillsbury came on the scene with
a new plug hat, w hich was immediately
battered down over his ears and torn to
pieces, the crowd meanwhile yelling liko
Indians. This was the signal to uiasti
every plug hat in sight. Then an in
offensive Chinaman made his appearance,
and thu whole mob chased him home,
smashing every window In his laun
dry and covering the floor with rocks.
Then the hoodlums rushed down tho
street, tearing down every sign for two
or three blocks, and ending up with
KAIDI.VU A ItKSTAl UANT
and driving the proprietor into the cellar.
All this time a noise was kept up that
could be heard half way up to St. Paul.
Some prominent citizens were pretty
roughly handled In the melee and Mayor
Pillsbury swears vengeance for the ells
respectful treatment received. The po
lice were powerless to control the mob.
Suicide In Jail.
Qcixcv, I i.i-., November 8. At sis
o'clock this morning the jailer discovered
the dead body of one of the prisoners,
Henry Mittennye-r, hanging to a rope
made of his clothing. Deceased was a
prosperous farmer, who was sent to jail
for burning down his house and nearly
killing his wife some months ago. IIo
was considered insane from excessive
Returns to Washington.
Nkw Y'ohk, November s. The Presi
dent remained In his apartments most of
yesterday and dined with Surrogate Rol
lins. General Sharp, District Attorney
Root nud ('has. K. Miller. He will leave
for Washington this afternoon.
Grain and Provisions.
SATl'HDAY, NOVEMI1KU S, ISM.
ST. LOl ts,
CoTToy Stead v; mlddllntr, fl'i-Jim.'o,
Kloi.-ii steady; XXX to choice, U.MdXlS;
W'hkat Weaker; No. 2 lied, 7" ji 73 'ie ; No.
3 Hod, tlie.'aii.'i'.o.
Colts steady ; No. 2 mixed, 37'ai)sc; No.
2 while mixed, lile,
Oats steady; No, 2, Wn l,'c.
ItVK Weaker; No. 4s ,iTs.c.
Toiiacco Klnn ; luirs ; common to choice,
$r..ot'tt 10.00; leaf; common md icnf, j'.M'dlO.
00 : medium to rnud f.eiKi'a i;.uo.
Il.iv Prairie, $ti..o-i lti.:.ei forprln ) tocholeo
new ; clover mixed, fT.mi'u Iii.iki for ommon to
prune; prime new timothy, lu.oo'ti ll.W; fan
'I'.i TTKit Steady ;cholen to fancy creamery,
'in:t0c; dairy, choice to fancy, il'aj.v.
Kc.os Steady ; fresh btoe-k, ISul'Jo per
Potatoks Firm for eboleu ; common dull J
common to choice, :uiTi:!7',e.
1'oilK Dull; nr-w mess, $1 1.25a 14.50.
I.akd toilet; prime steam, 7'a"',e.
lUcoN-lAiiiKs. s,c; shorts, DW.'c;
dear ribs, sve. all packed,
Wooi Tulj-waslied, choice, 2e; fair, 27o;
dlniry and Inw,l'u25e. Unwashed -Choice me-dlum,-.'0',i.'iil,c;
kooi average medium, IS'
l'.ie; selected 1 1 tit line, 17'aSe; good average,
H)rl7e; heavy, llwliic; combine, quarter
blood, 2U'oJU',c; combing, low grades, Hi
Ilions Steady and firm; drv flint, 17o;
damaged, lie; bulls or stags (lint,
Me; salted, lie; glue stock, lie. liroen
suited, c; damaged, 7e; veal calfskins. II ,c;
bulls or s-taus, lie; green, unci! red, 7'tt7lae;
damaged, ft'.'c; glue, ;ic.
biiEKi' PKi.rs Hull; green, .ViiUue; dry, do,
4'k.-; green shciiiilngs, lja.Wc,
Wiikvt Lower; No, 2 Ifed, November,
St ',e; December, S2','e; Jainiarv, S4e; Keb
nmry, sc.'. asii'.e; March, h;i; May, yj'n'.ti ','!.
Colts Lower; November, M'c; Dee-ember,
4s,rs4p; January, 47c; February, 47u)
47', e; Mav, 47 Va Ise,
oats steady; November, 32Voj Decem
WitltAT Lower; November, Tl'iC;
leinher, ":te; January, 7:l14ej May, sn',c,
November. 40 '.e: I)n
year, U7'c; January,
0,1 .e , Ltiiiv, .i" Tie,
oats Veakcr; November, 2.V.i'c; Dee-ember,
-J.IVc; year, ii.Vc; Mav, '.'s Ve.
I'oitii Lower; vcar, $1I.I7'4; January,
Jll.'.Ti; February, $ 1 1. ri.
Laud Lower; November, fil.oo; Decem
ber, fii.Nl; January, $il.s7; February, il.ii",'.
snoiir Itnn November, ; January,
.'i.s.'i; February, J.1.HJ1,,
Live Stock Markots.
lions Iteeelpts, l.,ouo; strong; ufler
ward declined Be; light, $l.llhi l.tlfl; roiiirh
packing, ifl.'Jii'n I, .'ill; heavy packing and
Catti.k Iteeelpts, 2,coo ; slronit; exports,
SH.lO'nii.sn; common to fair, .f l.'.'Uo i.'.n);,'i'c.aus,
SiiitK.i- Iteeelpts, 100; steady; common to
good, f.'.lii'a .1.10,
Catti.k Market steady; extra state and
western steers, $il.l0a.il..'i0; good to choice
shipping, JI.".VS,(10; medium to good butch
ers', $U.Vi 1.75; Htoekers and feeders, $J,504
3,sA; fair to good native cows, $:i.5ou4.oo.
SHKKC AMI l.AMlis Market steady J
medium to good, 2,7,V((;1,50: good to choice,
:l.'.'ii',t (:.!,'; good to choice western lambs,
JU'.Vd I.Mi; I'uiiadas, tl.i;ni I. no,
Hons Market active; good to choice
Yorkers. JI.iUiwl.7o; light, $.4.'ii 4.51; butch
ers' grades, J4.7u-tt-l.su; pigs, Jl.'iS'ai.oO.
OATTr.N Receipts, rt,.1oi steady; exports,
Jrt.Wi'uil.ll.'i; goort tocholeo Hhlpiliig,$A.ilOu 11.25;
common to medium, J.-p.ihii5.5u; feeders,
a.7.Va I.Hii; cows, ifMioaxilo; grass Texas
steers, J.U()'a.J.7u; Colorado hull-breeds, $X40
Hons Receipts, 4,700; weak; 15o lower;
lots of 2:17 to iliHi pounds average, $4.23 if4.7u;
lliiomv, ji.tu'a -i.t.i,
SHKKl' Iteeelpts, 1,3(10 ; good Itcivdy; native
Stock and Money Market.
Nkw Yohk, November's, 1 :M p, in, Money
fper cent. ; exchange dull; liovcrnmciits,
inlet; currency (Is, l.'O bid; 4'H coupon.
12 I'i bid; 4H'do, lia'i bid. Tltn stock mar
kt opened feverish, and during early trad
ing there was a weak under pressure' to sell,,
and prices declined to per rent Tint
bull cllnues substHiently sent In a iiumbr nf
supporting erdors, and from eleven o'clock
mtd noon prices steadily advanced. Al the
I attar hour the advance mnioid from I t
lit m c4nt.; but niuee then the m.u koi lnis
irffln lerei-isn lout im"oo'i, i
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
Ft rent 11 nud wTielesonit'iiL-Ht .Voro economical
limn ordlimry kind, and cannot be sold in com
petition with the multitude of low tent, short
wx-lcht, alum n 1 hoepliatu powder. Sold ooly
lu cnus. itOVAL IIAKINO I'OWDMt CO.,
lOtl Wa IStiei-t, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
iiIwkm on band.
No. 12 th St., Cairo, 111
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON UaND.
Milwaukee Ileer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOU IS C. HERBERT
(Suceesscr to Chan T. Newland anil
Plumbet, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
CAIRO, : : : ILL.
D.-lvo Wi-ll Korronnd Lift Pumps fui nlnlii-d and
put up, Auvnt lor thu Culobrsted
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMF'
he bet pump ever Invented. New Oas Fixtures
tiri-ioliuil to oritur. Old fixture! repaired and
tifjohblng promptly attended to 319-tl
Manufactaror and Dealer In
8th Streei, between Cou'l Ave, "d Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AM0.VITION.
Snfe- K3alred. All Klnilf nl Keys Mds.
H OUR, GRAIN AND 1U
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
RljbHBt Cash Prlep Paid for What.
I lid Regular Cairo & Taducah fallj
a& GUS FOWLER
I1KNRT R. TAYLOR, Itsiler.
UliOUOK JOUKs), Clurk.
loavoi l'lilttrah forCiIro di.llr (Snndars sicspt
d) at a. in., and Mound fit; at I p. m. Kttsro
mf.loiTti Cairo at4p.in.-, Mottn.iCUrstijj.se
'eiitse in rendi.
, : i !' 4s0St less when called