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TilK DAILY UAIttO BULLETIN J ' TUESDAY MOKN1NU, NOVEMBER 11, 1884.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.
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St. Louis ami Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Knimina
0 DAILY TRAINri
J From Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotioiv
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AirtrtliK til Ht I.ouL t 00 .ro.; t'hlc(.u,a 'V) p.n.,
rnriut-iiluK At Oilln i.J KHlufnam f r Cincin
nati. LouieVille, lQdianaiolu and p'j!"t Kat.
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Arllngln St I.onls C:41 p. in., and rooiicr.tlt
for all point. Wuhi.
3:45 p. m. I''n.nt KxirHW.
For Ht. Louli and Chicago, arriving at t?t . Louu
1015 p. m., aud Chicago VIA) t. m.
i:4Ip.m Cincinnati ',x,ii-nn.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:h0 s. m.i Lotiillli I:-.
. m. ; Indlatiapu.l. 4:W a. m. I'a.'eLttvri. b
till trnin reach the abova poii.tH i:j io 3H
llOUKSln advance of any other r n io
ia-The 3M5 a. tn. f-xprt.m ha Fl'i.l.MAN
hunKFlxtt CAIl from Cairo to Cluclni.ai!, with
oat chunge-i, and thruuh ili epvr. to b'.. bo'ii,
Fast Tirno Kast.
'WWMUrl'tJ bJ ln,i "llU !olir'iili to Kan.
US3CJ1-.1 1 eI0 doIdW without .by driav
rtnu.mi by Sunday IntervcuinK. The Saturday alter
joun tra.u fiom Cairo arrivcf In new York Aionda
onrniuK at lu:3l. Thirty-six hour. In advance ol
Of other route,
lUrVoT throuirh tie k-.'t. ad furtimi iLloinmtloi
ajiplf at IUsuoU Central Railroad Depot. Cairo,
J. 11. JUNES, Tu'Xi-t Auei t
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r.O. Viox de!. oiar from Ha. m t"9p. m.
fundaya (fer. del. open lrom....Sa. m, to Io a. m.
Kumla'va box del. opm from. ...6 a. m. tc tO:Maic
IsrSOTK.-C'hani will ha pu'ill.l.ed lr;m
time to limn tn city papi'r.. Ciiatij-e yout ran!, ar
eordtui-ly. WM. II. MlfKI'M i F. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
gncceor to Wldowa and Orphan. Mninal Aul Sn
duty, o ganlxod July 4ih, 1HT7, uud'j'
l lie lawa of
J0II H. ROBINSON . Fwaii I
WM. ST It AT i' N.... VIco-lTtaldoni
J. A. (JOLUSTINE ..Tteanin-i
C. W. DD-'NINU Mudlott. Advl.er
THOMAS LBWI8 S;'ci.-tr
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Foil 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton.fetratton Illrd, rro-uta, Culi'n, M.
J. A. Ooldattnu, otUoldallnu & Ho.uTiWiiler, whole
salo and retail drv good;C. W. I)i,nnii:K. M. I).
Prut, lid. Mad Kx., for )n.lon.; Albert, l.uwla,
commlaalon niurcbant: J. II Itoliln.oti, roiiniy
J ii tl au ' notary public; Win. K. I'ltrhur, coin,
broker and limurance aitunt; K. II. Ilal'd, el it
attectiupurvlKiir; M. I'hilllpa, carpi liter and liulid
or; Thomii. l,ciwl, atlornuy and aecrelarr K. V.
P-erce.attornuy-aMaw, Duynoln III. J K. C Paca
ca.hlur of i:niitennlitl UiinK, A.hlvv. Ill ( Albert
Hayden.caHliler of Oeoriro Connmly ('()., sprlnu
fluid, III t li. M lunn, iittornoy-aMaw, Hit! Itfl.i
dolpUalreot.Cblcaiioi Hon. Itnbt.A. lintci'ur, nt
tnrnov-nt law, Charluaton. Mo.i li. I.ultditor.
ca.hlur Kirat National Kaiilt, bluart. Iowa.
a mm -iimi ii imitaCTTW. .. .
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
Electric ApDllincti in tent on 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YGUM OR OLD,
WHO art uiTnrliiur from Ninvnra Iikmutt,
I.oit VitAi.iTV, Lra o Nanva Koan a.u
Vluoa, Wtanas W nt knhm, ami all thorn ilnwanoi
of a I'aanoNAb MiTuiia ri'miltlnn fniin Aiiokh anil '
Oman (.'Aimaa. Hpci-ily ri'llrf ami ennniln nwio
rudiii of !lALTn Anion mi! MMiiont i iiiaii All-run,
Til. randimt illncuvitry or tho Nliiiiiiiiilh L i iilurjr.
land at unea fur Inuntratwl l'aniihlrt f n AililraM
H-fc I IU ATA JTlJt
rjiliE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of CJuirp, llllnol.
71 OHIO LEVJCE.
CAP1TAU 81 00.000!
i Geueral Banking linsiness
TIIOH, W. lIA-TjiaUVV
jNTERPRiSE HAVING BANK.
KXCLUSIVELY A SAVIKUS RAK.
Uiiiamerela! lyenuc mid Ei?l;tl .' licit
OA 1 1 IO, I Ll -iH.
K. HKOKS. I're.ideiit. y, NaKF. Vite Fre.'nl
II. VELlS, Cuauiur. I T. J. Kcrth. Aaa'tcat-n
. KroP. m .Ca!ro I M'llllum Kliito. .C:.lro
I'clerNeir " William Wuli'.... "
'. M O.lerlob " I C. (. Fuller.... ... "
A. liuder " ii. Well.
J. V. ClamKnt). Caledonia."
AiiENKlULBAN'KINM liUIfEnS iilNr:.
Knliaimi fold andhoM.'M. tbturut paid It
tho Savin. Department. Colleclania made ami
ai; hurtuis pro uiiio attended to.
J) R.J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairw, ill.
VAI'OK. KL1SCTK0-VAP0K ana V E1)ICATK1
A .ady la attendance.
Jl M. IIARRELL, M. D.
OKFiCE East Side Commercial, he'.ow Sth 8t.
Cairo. Ill nois.
R. E W. WniTLOCK,
urrin No. lit Co,nu :r Cl:i1 Anncc, l'jty,en
pr ' i ar.d NO t ...u
G. PARSON?, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OPFICE-City Drug Stora. Carhondale, IU.
Z ?3 c
- O D.
rjviercnani lanonng p
r.d Clothlnj House ATtW
A r.,1 1 Unmnt I
- " sample. 01
urcm picca goooa atoca
will be found wltl.
GEO. O. CHRISTMAN,
I'owi i'., i,iu il iiih (li'i'ity
anil fiuiiirn to )i rfonn lll'e'a
ilulle prup'oly an) roiimid hy
ii'm., error, of youth, .In.,
will llinl a iM-rfi'i t, and lamii
ri'nior.iiftm io iHilnut hi'iilili
mill -tir.,.lllM .t,.ilt,.(..l la,
H (yAP MAP8TON UOLU8.
fttifVANMftil hnrmitin Imp i-i! nn tmrfi-l't. Hi .ntwi.l.
Uiw ll lid Ulrci't nifllioil and alinlutii lliiif.
nuahnra.. Kull liKur.nnilon and Treatlia fru
A'li(ro I iiii.ii 1 1 1 nir I'liyHldnn of
MAR8T0N REMEDY CO., 46 W.Hth St, Nrw York.
HI BBS II ,1
Ilewett enn Bupply ynu with the best
Oysters in the city. - tf
Under the auspices of the womnn's club
ikJ lilimry HRsocmiion: CI8h in oil paint
inL', Mrs. G. Fialier: class in wond-ciirvinc,
bummered bruss, repousse, modeling nd
etching, Mrs. F. Kmsmeycr. For terms
anu tmurs apply to above rjamed teachers.
Pluce your orders with Ilcwett for
Uysters and Fish. tf
All heart sawed and Bhuved ry press
siungles at Lancaster & Rico Manutactur
ing Co. for IS-.W por thousand. tf
Look for IheKetlLiffbt,
at DeB iun's 50 Ohio levee.
Cliaiigro of Finn.
Notice is hereby (jiven that the businefs
nrm hereiohite known as 8, Rosen water,
conducted by A. Blank at HO Ci mmercia
A vi nue, in the city of Cuiro, and Sue (
Illinois, is hereby dissolved, and business
will lieiealter be condtinted under the sty
undnHmfinf "Black l!r s." All account
of old firm will be assumed by ua.
M. C Black,
W. E. Black.
For a Good ileal
or a good room, go to DcUiuu's, 50 Ohio
An A us wop Wnn toil
Can any one brin u a case of Kidney
or Liver c nipbiint that Electric Bitters
will not sp'-edily cure We say they can
nor, as tnousanin ol cuses already perma
neiltlv Cured and who nrerlnilv rm.mnipnH
in' Electric Bittern, will prove. Dritjht's
uuetse. diniateR, weak bicF, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. . They purify the
nioou, regulate tne Dowels, and act direct
lv on the diseased ivirln. Even- lmttle onar
anteed. For sile at 50e. a bottle by Barclay
For the Best Oysters,
e,o to Dei'itun's, 50 Ohio levee.
HeweJt's Oyster Depot is on Ei'ditb
street, one door est of Commercial. tf
Ono of the stroni at proofs of the value
oi h.itiney-.rt as a remedy for all di
eases of ilip. kidneys, liver and bowleg, is
tne Met that it is used and prescribed by
"regular" ph s'cians. Philio C. B illon. M.
I)., of Monkton, Nt.. aavs: "Take it all in
all, it is the must successful remedy I have
ever u-tu. '
A Lawyer's Opinion of interest to all
J. A. Tawney, E-q., a lculing attorney
"i inona, junn., writes: "After using it
for more thin three venra. T tWo irm.i
p'ea-ure in sat:nt; that I regard Dr. Kind's
.ew j;iscovc-ry Mr cotif-umptioo, as the
best remedy in the world fur nmnhi n,i
colds. It hag never failed to cure the most
severe colds I hi;ve bad, and invariably re
lieves the nain in the client."
Trial bottles of this sure euro for all
throat nod lung diseases may be had free
at Barclay Bros' dru' store. Lariro size.
Open Day and Sight.
DtBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee, tf
' A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marsha'l, Mich.,
oner io sena Di. iJye's Voltaic Belt and
Appliances on trial, lor thirty days, to men,
om or young, atiiicteil with nervous debili
ty lost vitality and kindred troubles. See
advertisement in this paper. 2
f-iiCKien's Arnica salye
The Debt Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bmifes, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
res, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblain?.
l urns, and all t?kin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is tTuarauteed to trive ner-
tect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'i't cents pur box For sale by Barclay
111 'HOLTf .
Only the Best Brand of Oysters.
M DcB iuu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Adyice to ilotiiers.
Are V0U disturbed at nir. lit nml In- ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying wuu pain ot cutting teeth If so,
bcnn aconceunil get a bottle ot Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
leve the poor littlu sullVrer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
00 mistake about Ft. It rtlroa ilvaonti-rv nnd
diarrlura. reuulates the gtnmnrli and how.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re-
uuecs lnuammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
lowV Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
i. pieasnui to tne taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best female
i ur-es and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by ail druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Why do you suffer with backache, pain
in the chest, rheumatism or lameness any
where when a Hop PUster will curdy give
you relief. Druggists sell them, 25c. 10
h'or the Cure of (Vinrrln fnld
I Ioarsencss, I!roncliitis,Crou'p, Influ-1
enza, Asthma, Whoojiing Coupli, In-I
cipiont Consumjition and for the rc-H
Iicforcor'.jmpiive persons in advan
ced htapcirof the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 35 Cents.
Tlio City of Baltlmoro Metamor
phosed Into a Oreat Oath
Tb.9 Grand andlmpraBaiyeEeligious Ooro'
monins Whioh. Mark id the Opening
of the Third Plenary Oounoil.
Who Compose the Body, and What
Was tyocon the Opsnuig Day
B.LTiMiutK, Md., November 10-It
1 doubtful If lu tho history of tho
Cuthollo Church of America 'there has1
ever been religious ceremonies as grund
am Impressive as thoso uttendlng thq
opening of tho Third Plenary . Council at
tho Oathetlrnl Jtt this city yesterday. Cer
tainly not siuoe 1850 whim the last Hen.
ary Council was held la tho same edlfJco,
The oeroiuonle,s consisted of a solemn
picictjKsion of the clergy, Pontifical High
Mass and the formal opening of the Coun
eil. Tho streets In the viciuity of Uiu
Catliedral, long before the hour appointed
for the procession were densely crowded
with pwpfo of all denominations. Ten
Uiouisand wtmld be a fair uKtlnmte of thd
At 10 a. 111. the Most Rev. Archbishops
Kt. Kev. Bishops, lit. Itev. Mitftii Ab
tnits, Kt. Kev. and Very KeiMousignorl,
Very Kev. Admlulstnttors and Procura
tors, met lu the Anchleplscopal residence
ou Nortfi Charles street. Tlie other mem
bers of the Council, tho visiting cloryy
awl seinluMrlans of St. Sulpiee met at St.
At 10:30 a. m. tho procession left St.
Alphoniius Hall 8iid proceeded to thd
Archleplsuopal residence the of Most Rev.
and Ri;lit Kev. Prelates. The proces.
sion, numbering tn all about 1,000, then
left that poiut and moved toward tho
Cathedral by way of Charles, Mulberry
and Cathedral streets lit the following
order: Cross bearer, carrying the proces
sional onxtf ; Seminarians of St. Sulplce;
regular clergy ( secular clergy, chanters:
Thwiogians of the council; ofllclals oi
the council j Superiors of religious or
ders; Rectors of Theological Seminaries;
Very Kev. and Kight ilev. Monslguorl;
liight Rev. Mitred Abbots; Right Rev.
Bishops; Most RevrArchblshops; censer
bearer; Archiepiscopal cross bearer, be
tween two acolytes; Assistant Priwt of
of the Most Kev. Apostolic Delegate;
Most Rev. Apostolic Delegate (Arch
bishop Gibbons of Baltimore) between
his Deacons of Honor; insignia bearers
of the Most liev. Apostolic Delegate.
During the procession the hymns lent
Creator Snritus aud Aw Murk Mln
were sung by tho clergy.
The .Most Reverend Apostolic Delegate,
on reaching the altar, sang the prayer to
the Holy Ubont aud to tho Blessed Vir
gin. l'ontifloal IIig,h Mass was then cele
brated by Archbishop Kenrick, ol St.
Louis, the Most Reverend Apostolic Dele-
gale occupying the throne at the gospel
siue 01 mo sanctuary.
a At the end ot tho maiss Viviiblsliop
Ryan, of Philadelphia, ascended tho pul
pit and preached the opening sermon, his
"THK CHCnCII IN I1KR COCNV1L8."
In his treatment of the subject Arch
bishop Ryan maintained his great reputa
tion as a church orator, and throuahout
tho entire sermon he was listened to with
deep Interest and evident admiration.
The ceremonies proper to tho opening
session then began, and were as follows:
Autlphon and psalm, by the choir; Prayer,
by the Apostolic Delegate; LiWmy of tho
Saints, by the choir; gospel, by tho
deacon; formal opening of the Council;
reading of preliminary decrees which re
gard the rules to be observed In the Coun
cil; roll of members called; profession
of faith, made by all the members of the
Council; l'apal benediction, by tho Apos
It was after three o'clock when the
Services were completed. The processiou
then returned to the Archiepiscopal resi
dence. Last evening at 7:.10 solemn hi'.'h ves
pers were sung, and Bishop Shanahun of
Pittsburgh preached a sermon on
TI1K UNITY OF TnK CIU UCI1.
During the three weeks of tho Council,
public services will be held on each
Thursday and Sunday.
The Council Is composed of 25H mem
bers, Including Archbishops, Bishops,
Theologians, etc. The public will not be
admitted to any of tho business sessions
of the Council, so that all tho proceedings
will be as a sealed book until after their
transmission to Rome at (lie elosn of t.lin
Council, and approved by the Pope. Then
tho decrees will be nromiiluati'il. and
and copies of tho same bo sent to each
member ol the Council.
The Dead Man Wlna.
Hartford, Conn.. November 10.
Judge IUatchford, In tho United States
Circuit Court for Connecticut, to-dav do-
cided the case of Leopold Moses vs.
Emellno Cheney, executrix, for defend
ant. Arthur Cheney leased to Morse a
scat In tho Globe Theatre, Boston, In
1875, for eighteen years for ten thousand
dollars, also to forty-eight others ou the
same terms. Vortv.nlnn aniia urn hnitti
peudlng against his estate, Cheney having
uii-u in ioio. au tno suits wore brought
111 1878 for OH thnilann.) H,,Tlr nnrl
(lUlliairCS. This (inn U'aa a ti.ut nwu M'lm
court said thero was no covenant on which
10 sue either express or Implied; that the
discontinuance of the theatro In ls7Stm
account of sickness and loss of money by
the theatro was a risk run by tho lessee,
not by tho lessor. Tho matUir has been
in the courts for six vnara. lint la nnnllv
settled, tho sum Involved not being largo
eiiuujrn 10 gotoine united States Supremo
Court on Appeal.
Thua Conscience; Doth Males Cowards ol
Nkw Yoiik, November 10. Early this
morning a polling clerk from the 1'lrst
Assembly District of tills city colled at
tho olllco of the District Attorney and
said he wh.hod to make a state-
inent. He declared that a fraud
had boon committed at his noil
lug place, In counting tho vote on the
day of ejection, and that he and his
associates wished to confess and make tho
proper correction. He was given nor-
fnlsslon to return and make np tho ro-
port hi tno pminct as it ought to bo.
A Oonduotort Messagi."
Ai.daxt, N. Y., November 10. A rail
road conductor sends Governor Clove
land tho following messagot "Run from
New York to Washington regardless ot
Blaliio and Logan. Hendricks train will
nioet you thero."
Freiffht Depot Burned.
Louisvillk, Ky., Novomber 10. Tho
dellvory freight depot of tho Loulsvlllo &
Nashvillo Railroad burned last night.
Sevunty-flvo cars of general merchandlso
were destroyed. The loas was 100,000.
By the All of Kerosene.
AIu.l Bnooic, Mien., November 10.
Mrs. W. S. Dowd locked herself In a
zoom last evening, poured kcioseno
oil over herself and set Ore to It. Sho
died of her Injuries this morning; causa,
Shot While Resisting Arrest.
SnKMir?cA, Mo., November 10. Tho
City Marshal of Shelblna yesterday shot
and probably fatally wounded Ilonry
Priest, of Shelbyvllle, who resisted arrest.
Chas. Guuley, who was with Priest, was
struck and badly Injured, his tongua be
Victims of the Jug-.
Pakih, III., November 10. While firing
salutes with anvils lu this city Saturday
Bight, three men, James Reed, William
Murphy aud William Dawson, were very
berkiusly Injured by the explosion of a
jug of powder, caused by a'spark from tha
anvil. They are badly burned about tho
face and bead and Injured otherwlso In
various portions of their bodies. Their
fact are blackeued by tho powder.
A Walking Arsenal No Casualties Re
ported, Nkw Yokk, November 10. During
the great excitement on Wednesday
night, It Is said that George J. Gould,
sou of Ja Gould, entered a Sixth avenuo
gun store and bought two heavy Colt's
revolvers. These he put In his pocket
and boldly walked Into tho btrcet. Up
to a latu hour last night the police had
not heard of his having used them.
An Idaho Horror.
Salt Lakk, U. T., November 10.
At Market Lake, Idaho, a lunatic aged
thirty, appeared yesterday without hat
or clothing, and so nearly starved that he
had gnawed off two lingers and much of
tho flesh from his hands. He was
taken by force on a hand car to Ealo
Rock. After receiving medical at
tention, he grew calm, and said his name
was J. It. Bailer; that ho lived at Eagle
Rock; that he remembered that he had
been in a snow bank, and then had wan
dered around for two weeks. One hand
was amputated, and It Is feared one or
both feet will have to bo amputated. No
one recognized him at Ragle Rock.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, NOVKMBKR 10, 1884.
sr. Lotus. ,
" Cotto Stonrty ; middling, T-iiWia.
Flock su-aily; XXX te choice, fUOftMo;
W HKAT-Weker;No. Hod, "Mail'ic; No.
Sited, 04 Vafii'io.
Cons-steady; No. i mixed, 37.W'38c; No.
2 white mixod, 4ie.
Oats Firmer; No. S, javWVo.
Urn 'lruior; So. i, 4niiai4Ku.
ToiiAjVfi Firm; Iiilth; ooniman to ermine,
$r,.0lD.ou; laf; common md loaf, $7.3UaW.
on: medium to (rood $MW'a17.uu.
Hav l'ralrle, $..V)inio.so for prime tocholae
new; clover mixed, y7.0nvvlu.0il for common to
prime; prlinw new timothy, $l.0OU.U0: lan
aJiPTTKn Steady ; cholen to faruy creamery,
ittiwiOe; dairy, choice to fancy, xliiAo.
Kutis Dull; freati .took, lsIo per
I'otatoks Firm for choice; oouxmon UuB;
common to cliou.'H, iiVwMio.
I'viiK-lmlU now moiw, SUMO.
Lako yulet; prime stoma, 7'7Sio.
KAcoN-l.ni. Wfcwsvn; uorts, 8o;
OleHrrllis, ho, ail packed.
Wooiy Tub-washed, oholee, ISo ; farr, JTTe;
(Unity andlow,i:orid.c. UiiwaHlioK!hok me
dluui,2iiHiAhVc; iro"d aTf-nitfe modi om, ISO
li'e; selected llffhi rtno, na Wo : wood avenues.:
ltiwHo; huavy, Wwliki; conihluif, quartor
nluod, 20'20.icj combiiiB, liw grades, Ma
IfrnRS-Steady and firm; dry flint, 17c jl
damnKeil, 14e; hulls or Btag-s flinty
We; salted, do; pluo stork, (Wi. Gmnn
salted, 9e; damuixod,.7o; veal calf skins, 11 lo;j
bulls or stairs, tlo; ureon, uncured, 77Ho;(
damairiiil, rri4e; Kino. 8o. 1
MiKKf Fblts Dull ; irrefln, 00C0o; dry, io,
45c; green shearlings, l! aMx
WiiKT-T.ower; Ko. I Unil, November,;
7'.o,o; Heeniiiber, S2'c; .lannary, S4,Vo; Fen-,
ruary, asov; Mrch,IMj Wny, tll.Vn. '
Ooits UiKhor; Novemlior, 81 Vo; Decern-1
bor, 4ao; January, 47 oj Februiiry, 47'o;l
oats Lower; November, 32Vo DooemA
ber, 32o, .
Whf tT Firmer; Xovmnher, T2p; Tin
comber, 73cto73K ; January, 74S74,V,o; MayI
M 1,0. i
UoKif IilKher; Novomber, Up; Do-"
ceiubcr, ;isv; year, 8S),'o; Jauuiwyi
lllTri iSrim..' Vnvrtlnhfll OKIA Tin.,,,, .1
ber, :o; year, ll,c; May, !Sn, )
1'ohk ! Inner; yeiir, ll.a7.l; Jannary,,
?ll.47i; February, $1I.IK. .
I.aro Steady; Novoinbnr, $(1.90; Poemn-i
ber, $rt.S0;.Jnmiary, SH.iVi Fehrunrv, 7-0V.
. HitoBT Kins Junuaty, ja.U0; Fcbmary,'
Live Stock Markets.
rtoos Jioeoipts, K.oofl; netive; tlrm(J
S'aliio hlffhov; 1 1 trlit, VI.I,V-i.7o; rounhi
packing, M.WiM.ilo; heavy packluit and,
shipping, $-1 .iWi'cel.f.'i.
t:ATTi. Ituenlpts, R,oooi brisk ; exports,
$il.2iin.7 ; good toeholee,5.'i.7n'(r.iii;common
to fair, fU'iri'ttri.riOjTexnns, UliO'iM.no.
Siikki' Iterelpts, a.suu; steady; cuinmon to
nUPKAI.O. . j
nod demand ntfnll nrkun: flood
i elude a
to elude steers, $iuei.70; fair to medium,
Hiikki' ai T.Awns Dull, lower for she'
iTominon to fair, t
minion to rair. f.'.i.vu:!..
".Vuil.Joj uholco, fMUftil,
Canada lamlis, $l.7iwl.A
linos k'nlr noiimiiil. lownr rutna- annA Ia,
' choice Yorker., S4.7Aw4.Nft; medium o tatf
yorkerH.t.HV1ri.7(i; pln, $4.W'cr4.M; butohors
grades, iLMm ciij.
k vxsas crrv.
Cmt.N 'Receipts, (170; market firm-1
or aud Bo hlirher for rangers j rxports, ,
.!.oO'fAi,ao; good toeholco shipping, yi.fiO rvo.BO
common to .medium, Bt.wiwa.Mi fodors,
fa.7Va'4,:i.l: cow., $:,il(il:ui; irrini laxua
istoers, fuowuii; Colorado lialf-breeds, tl.W
lions Reeolits, 3,70ii: market wnakw and
l(Hi lower; lots of llnl ti Mint poumls awnuin,
fl.26',M.ii,1; inalnlv, f4.ftlw4.4il.
Siihci' ItiM oipts, 240 liPiidi"miuket qulotl
fair to good, ll.iHi'dj. io,
Stock and Money Market.
Ni W Yoiik, Novombor la Money 1 per
cent.; exchange oulet ; Uovernmotitis dMll;
enrruney Us, l.'il bid : 4'a coupons, 1JIM hid;
4H', do, ll:M( hid. The slock inarkni 0mied
weak aud feverish. There wiu brlaS aidilng
IhiiIh,. t., l...lat l. . . . P
nMowffa by Moino pvorin hy nhort whk'U
irntiH uiM'uutiii h in iv iiiir iinni. Tiitu wnat
cmiiMxi a anarp rally, nu tlio l-.npm re nmil
-wan iinruiy rpcoriiini wncn anillmr vrai ni
hewud, and at Uie time of wrlUnM the Market
STAGES Or TBS lit II.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:13 p. tu. yesterday, 12 feel 6
Inches, Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 7 inches.
Chattanooga, Not. 0. River 0 feet 10
Inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nut. 0. River 5 feet 11
inches and rising.
Louisville, Not. 0. RiTer 3 feat 8
inches and rising.' ,v
Nashville, Nov. 9. River 1 ft 2 Inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Not. 0. River 2 feet 8
inches and lising.
St Louis, Nov. 2. River 12 ft 10 inch
The government t nag boat Horatio
Wright extiacted a dangerous snag at the
mouth of the Ohio yesterday. She drew it
out with as much caso as a dentist would a
The Arkansas City arrived here in good
time Sunday night and left for Vicksburg
at 9 p. ni.. She had a good trip.
The Pearl wont up the Ohio Sunday ev
ening afer a tow of rock.
There is a local rise in the Ohio at Cin
cinnati, but that will do no good below
The Illinois Central pile-driver burned
Sunday night at Bird's Point. The cause
of tho fire is a mystery. Part of Capt.
Hiram Hill's diving apparatus was lost.
Ilerry Smith, formerly chief engineer on
the City of New Orleans, is now acting in
the samo capacity on tbe Butler Duncan,
M. & O. transfer.
John Young, pilot on the Butler Duncan
tumbled into his Cleveland and Hendricks
new suit Sunday.
The City of Vicksbuag arrived here last
night. She had a good trip. Discharged
several hundred bales of cotton and depart
ed for St. Louis.
Tbe City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this ev
ening for Vicksburg; is due here tomorrow
To-niorrow night the democrats will put
on the list coat of red paint. '
Sprains aud sores are cured by St. Jacobs
Oil, tho soothing and healing ointment.
Feeding tho Dead.
Karly opo morning, hacks and ex
press wagons loaded with Chinamen,
roust pigs, etc., commenced to pour
across tho Stark street ferry on thoir
way to Louo Fir Cometery to obsorvo
tho religious ceremony commonly call
ed "feeding tho dead." A reporter of
this paper, who visited the cemetery
duriug tho nfternoou, found a largo
number of Chinamen engaged in this
pious duty. T ho roast pigs and chick
ens wero placed around on the groupd
among tho graves of tho Chineso, and
at the head of noarly evory grave can
dles wero burning. From the best In
formation to bo obtained in rogard to
this custom, it seems that tho food is
intended as a sort of propitiatory offer
ing to tho Chinese devil. Tho offerings
varied according to tho habits and
tastes of the occupants of tho graves.
At tlio grave of ono, his friend, aftor
digging holes in tho hard ground with
a knife, stuck up two candles nnd then
laid out several sets of chop-sticks and
as many small cups, which he filled
with wine; then ho placed soiuo bowls
of rice nud a packago of clgareltos and
a small vessel of opium. Thou ho
made several bows and gonutlectlons,
ns if inviting tho dead friend or the
other party to set to. A number of
lires wero burning In tho vicinity, and
on these wero placed pieces of paper
vvilh squares of imitation gold leaf
pasted on them representing gold coin:
other squares with silver foil, repre
sented silver coin, and smaller squares
tunchod full of holes represented the
rass cash, which coin has a holo in tho
center. Sumo burned small garments
made of paper, nud thus furnished a
new suit to their deceased friends at
small cost. Aftor tho pigs and chick
ens had been displayed long enough to
give tin) devil time enough to satisfy
hinuolf they wero carefully roplacod io
the wn 'otis nnd brought back to town.
I'uri nnd Orcgonian.
' t '
A cigar flavor has becoruo a nocossity
witli every cigar manufacturer. Smok
ers demand a good-Unvorod cigar at a
low price. Havana tobacco is too high
priced to fill the bill, thorofore it has to
bo imitated as far as possible with our
long list of aromatic gurus, resins, oils,
ete. Thero is no good reason why a
perfectly healthy and plonsant flavor
may not bo conipouudod and added to
the filler of a cigar that will so nearly
resomblo tho gonulno Havana that even
experts find it dilllcult to detect tho
difference. Most of tho flavors on the
market are conipouudod of volatilo
substances which quickly evaporate
and leavo tho cigar ns poor in flavor as
though a flavor had never boon usod.
Tho compounders of 1 such stuff do not -umlorstaud
tho chemistry of either to
bacco or the materials they use for
thoso flavors. If they did thoy would
discard all substances that would evap
ornto aud not remain In the cigar, The
Iiurfumor of compounds produces tome
lenutlful perfumes, but he aims to pro-
tluco a bouquet that will please the
souse of smell only. Tho compounder
of cigar flavors must produce his bou
quet in the suioko or by the combustion
of his materials. A boautlful cigar
flavor neod not have any smell at a.'I
until the cigar is lighted, and one that .
smells very nice to tho noso might
smell poorly whon smoked. Cologne" ,
have a beautiful bouquet and yet they , -v
do not ninko suitable olgar flavors. An ,
excellent cigar flavor oau bo compound
ed so cheaply that there Is no xousj
for manufacturer palming off upon
their customers a cloar-sced cigar.
Tobacco Ago. , . . " v.