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CAIRO, HL., VK1NDAY JMIWIM l.
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IN THE PASTRY
.11 V'i.i ,i -
Vanilla. Lemon, Orange, t., flavor Ciikea,
rr-DHi,Fii.1lhMr.,.t'c.,. drllfultrly unil nat
urally i ibr I'rutl I'rum w hich ihey rr miulc.
FOtt "TltENtiTH AXI) TRUE FKL1I
FLAVOJt THEY STAND ALOE.
MORIS tt TH
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, lit. 6t. Louis, Mo.
Dr.Prlca's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Frier's Liipiilin Yeast Gems,
Kv.l lli y Hup Yru.t.
WE HAJt BCT ONE QUAUTV.
. W. IIBNDEItSON.
No. 1 9 1 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Asrcnt foi tin; Celebrufc.'.
also carries the largest and b-t selected ft clt ol
ever brought t i tho city. Prift" rnngluc frnn the
lovtrni lor cheap stove ut.jihe cloien lUurt-a
ON the FINEST ami BEST.
Builders' Ilntwa'O. and a eomuli-te a0Mment of
Tmwsr. Orai.liew.re. Karthenwar an a n m-rnl
line of House KnruiibD.' (ioixU. Lamp., Fixtures,
etc. Call anduamln hWor (iu ci as-mr.
Corner 12ih ami 1'omnn rtla' Avciuk-.Cbto, III.
Telephone No. M
130 138 Com'l Ave.
haTeafull aod coiui'k'.e lln of
I.ineii ttooils, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy Mock ol body UrtiMele, Taper
trio aiid luuram
A full mock of Oil Clo'tic , all tt-: and prlcif. .
All oh1ii t Holtcnn lrio!
ii. r. amrii.
KUUKIIT A. MITH
(Jrand Central Store.
SW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The " Lai'Lrt Variety iSti.ck
IN 'VilK. CITV.
GOODS SOU) VRUY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Mnutojiith it toot l f'ail'n I'l
(!.iniiiiMri:'lntiiui ' flHU, ' t
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mr. AMANDA CLAUKSON, Aeut.
Nnxt Aloximdf r Co. Hunk, MthBt
UTOood Stock and 1'rlcen lioiifoimblu. J
The Dailv Bullctm,
"Hl'ACiU 1 A AKM
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A PARTY THANKSGIVING.
Rhodo Island Democrats Ofilcittlly
Called Upon to GiV3
And Alvisod ti Ke p Up Their Orrjanizi-
ti'jLB, to Ilavj Votirs E'gist r-d,
The Efforia to Koep the Peop'e Excited
Uccvm.ng Very Siale and
Charges and Countercharges Which No
body Believes, and Which Are
Unworthy of BolieL
A Party Thankmrivlnff.
1'ROViHKNtK, H. I., November 11. The
Democratic Stale (JommltU.-o Uhucd the
following addreH today:
llKAiiwiAKii;rts Dk.moc.ua tic Sstatk
C'KNTUAI. L'i.MMII I K.B:
To Hit Driinicrat.1 of Jllok hlwl.
I'r.i.i nw C'rn.i-.NH We h ivo mwon to
contrralulate oursi-lves on the suweh.s of
the Dciiioeiaey i-li cliii'.' fi rover Cb-vc-loud
ami Thomiin A. lliinlrick.s 1'iefd
dfiit and Vke-lYrshlriit of the proat re
j'libllc. L t uh rejoice that onee aaln
the (iovemmi:nt ill be couductcd on
JcfferMjiiinn prlncljili. One a;'ain bon-
ty and integrity will take the pla:e of
that corruption which inevitably becomes
rampant when a party of ollice-holdcr.s
continue too Ion;: in power.
lu joyful thankK;:lvlnr for Miea'K and
to properly celebrate our trreat victory, I
hereby ap'oiiit Thursday evening, thu
lth lust., a the time fur our (.'rucral
Mute deinonctiation. Let each organiza
tion turn out in their various cities and
tvwiiM ujioii that evening and In a decor
ous, thoii'Ii happy manner, parade and
Illuminate. Let there be no untoward
deinon.-tnitiouH whieh will cam-e our fel
low citizens of KepuMlcau pro:lii-
ti s to feel any ill-will toward
i;. Hither Invite them all, as I
u iw hereby do, to unit" with us
wllli vrraU-fui recognition of t!i(: hucces
of our repuhiieaii form of (ioveriiiner.t
wlieuwehee It de)oli.-t .rated that a Na
tion of 50.WI i, ei in people' can peaceably
choose their chief by ballot.
I further advise; the ditfereiit clubs to
keep up their organizations, auil uw lliein
as machinery to have our voters regis
tered and lor whatever other purposes
may become uecesary. llesjiectfully,
Jsd. Mi Williams, Uiairmau.
II. It. Wood, SecreUry.
Voters Who Could Not Read.
Nkw York, November 11. A llotton
p ntleman lii whom thu committee has
c(;ufideuc wrotu U) SeuaUjr Gorman: "I
learn from a reliable bource that the He
publicans are n-tting affidavits from par
lies in New York declaring that they
voted tho Iluth r ticket to show that more
JiuthT votes were east than counted.
Twenty Mich nllidavits have been obtained
in one' precinc t iu Troy, N. Y., where
but one liutler ballot was re
turned. The facts are the Litt
ler workers distributed Blaino
ballots instead of those contaluinu' liut
ler electors and thereby deceived the
voters, and they are uov trying to turn
their own frauds to further Uso by claim
In that the voles were uot counted as
cast. One of Butler's chief managers
here was heard to nay that they turned!
over thousands of Hutler votes to Hlaiue
In New York, and would have turned over
more had they Mipposcd It necessary."
Nkw Yokk, November - 11. Iloscoo
Conkllnj; aud the other lawyers cupped
by the Democratic National and State
Committees, including a small army of
lawyers of lesser note, are enthusiastical
ly waiting for tlie commaud to march.
Stimo (f them have already been sent to
remote points in the State and others to
points near by, while a respectable con
tiiment Is held In reserve, prepared and
perfectly willing to assist either inclcrical
work or the more legitimate labor of their
cnllina. If the JUaine people cau outwit
this array of le2.1l talent they w ill do so
something unprecedented. The geu
cral result of the canvass lu tlie country
will not be accurately knowu beforu Wed
ncsilav nlylit and probably not until
Thursday. Messrs. Harlow, Stetson and
Anderson are the Immediate representa
tives of tho committee iu to-day's can
vass lu this city, while Wm. M. Evarts,
ltobert Sewt'll and Colonel George LUhss
will appear for the Hlalno managers.
Chairman Joues of the Republican Na
tional Committee did not Issue his daily
address to the country yesterday, and It
Is believed something must be amiss.
Emory A. Storm and a fat peutlemnn
who resembled a well-fed Government of
ficial, eagerly discussed the situation lu
the corridors of the Fifth Avenue Hotel
during thu evening. Their faces Indicated
anything but pleasure at the prospect.
It Is sadly realized by all the Hlalne peo
ple tliat Uils Is uot tho State of iAiulslaua,
or even Florida, and there will doubtless
bo much less of an exhibition of theiu
wlvos mado by the vIbIUujj statesmen In
It Is only urcessary now-a-dajs to men
fiou tho maglo word "llurchard" lu tho
presence of the Hlalno people to provoke t
htorm of wrathful curses.
Mr. DanT Manning spoilt the day with
the Democratic Committee. In the even
ing he met lu the public olllce of the lloff-
timn House a delegation of Hrooklyultea
w ho had come over to assure the commit
tee that Kings Couuty would bo found to
iu all rl iitit.
A Cuts Hooulor.
Nuw YroKU, November 11. Tho Na
tional Deruoorallo Committee received thu
following dispatch from a prominent ott
lxen of Indhinapolls to-day i "On Wednes
day afternoon I mado tho start Hug dis
covery of a conspiracy on the part of
J no. C. New aud Steve Klklns to have tho
l'tlurna doctored und raised In some of
the counties of the Statu and I took lm
mudlaU stc to cheukmato It. On Thurs
day, at thu meeting of tho boards of can
vasser In tho various counties, vigilant
Dion on our sldu appeared, armed with
certified coplea of tho vote In each pro
duct as It had been counted on election
night, and no attempt to cany out their
dosluu was nmdti savs lu ouu county, lu
hJuft lrflgarB8 wo ralBod noma nuiw
drt".'-. : " ' '
Cleveland' Plurality. I
CiriCA(i, Iu. November 11. The fol
lowing wuh received tills morning from
Mr. Miller, oho of tho editors of tho New
York Time, und onu of the threo geutle
nifti uppultitctl to no over the count In tho
iutcn.-ht of tho Independent i "Killer
L'v-nimj Nail, Chiouno. There U uot thu
remotest elmnee th-t Cleveland's plural
lty In this State cum be overturned by any
uction of the Republican committee. He-jkm-U
from clerks of all counties in tho
Mate make the plurality l.liiU. Those
figures are from a transcript oi the offi
cial returns." '
Gxoon Paper Ballots Thrown Out
Hoxbikv, K. T., November 11. The
Inspectors of Election District No. 2, this
town, have certified that llfty-four Hlalno
electoral ballots cast at the lato election
we. re printed on green paper. One hun
dred ore-en ballots are also certified to In
Mlddletown. This In contrary to tlie
statute requirlm balloU to be printed on
plain white paper. If throwu out these
Districts show a plurality for Cleve
land.' Evarts as a VlclsBltudluarlan,
Nkw Yokk, November 11. The Tines
says i "It Is onu of the misfortunes of
Mr. livarts a a public man that he seems
to regard every vicissitude of the Ameri
can Reiiublic as an oimortunity for pro
fessional employment. It U natural that
Rlalue, Klklns, Vlould & Co., should se
cure the legal services of Judge Shella
bargcr, the leading member of tho Unit
tliat defended Hrady and Dorsey In the
Star-route trials and that has represented
the Union l'acillc I load in various mat
ters. Mr. Geo. Tickuor Curtis makes
some pertinent suggestions for those vis
iting statesmen who are anxious to su
pervise the canvass of the vote of this
State, lie shows that no one from within
or w ithout the Slate has any right to In
tervene or In any way to meddle in the
county or State canvass. Such an luter
veution or meddliug would bo an ob
struction of the due administration of
our laws for which the offender can ba
indicted and punished. It is not tho
Iiepublican party that is engaged in tho
attempt to keep the country in a tur
moil bv disputing the election of Mr.
Cleveland. It Is only a little group of
unscrupulous politicians, having every
thing to gain, and nothing to lose.
The soberer leaders of the party
and the great body of. its member
have no sympathy with these adventur
ers." Cleveland to Get There Anyhow.
Ni:w Youk, Novemberll. The ,S'i;nsnys:
'On account of the determination of tho
Iiepublican malingers to make test cases
for the courts of all errors and Irregulari
ties that the couuty boards refuse to re
cognize, it Is a question whether the an
nouncement of the final ollkial count may
not be delayed indefinitely, although
there ought to be no long delay In foot-
lng up the face of the return.!, as they
now stand, so as to make out
a prima faclo case lor either Cleve
land or Blaine. There are (Ulto a
number who arc confident that, lu view
of the possibility of "i long, dragging le
m1 disputation, tho vote of New York
will never bo counted at all by Congress.
Tho effect of this would bo to throw tun
election into tho House, and, as it is
Democratic, it would as a matter of
course elect Cleveland. The inference
i drawn that the Republicans are not
pursuing their present policy for thu
purpose of throwing the election into
the House, but because they believo
Uon the facts in their possession thai
they stand a chance of drawing a plu
rality out of the lottery of future cor
rections." THIi IIF.RAIJ).
The HvrnU says: "Kveu if the House
throws out the thirty-six votes of New
York it will leave Cleveland with 11
votes, or one more than a majority of thu
'Mo votes remaining, which is all that H
required to elect him."
Brave and Timely Words From Hon.
Jus. . McDonald.
IxPi.vN.U'oLis, 1m)., November 11.
IIou. Jos. V.. McD.mald was shown a
dispatch from A. 1'. Gorman to Chairman
Henderson yesterday, and had the follow
ing to say lu regard to tho political situa
tion: Ithlnkt'mt proclmatkm of Mr. llarnum,
cnlltnir upon Pemoernts every wnero to fire
trims, und In other respect treat tlie election
ol Cleveland us u sett led fact, was all w rumr.
I tlilnk, ulse, tlmt tlieio was no warrant lor
mi t'xeliunue of commit uliitory inessaires
between Cleveland an 1 HuinlnekH, und tliat
it w ould have been better If lllulne luid not
sent any measure nnnonnrlnu the belief Hint
the liep'ubllean.s bud curried New York. My
oploulon Is there outfht not to be a slniilo
lain tlrod until tlm result is finally ftiul i'itl
nallv nnnouneod. Tho vote lu -New York Is
altogether too close foreliber purtv to claim
the Mate with absolute certainty. Th' ,s no'
tho tlmo for Inllainumtoiy speeches,
but good citizens should be pre
purrd to nwait, ipilelly and enliuly,
a peaceable settlement of the question by
the proper authorities. My fear is that If a
slnlo Kiiu be fired by cither party against
tlie other In any of tlioso demonstrations, It
miuht endanger tho Federal I'ntoii, ami 1
think evervthlwr should tie dona to allay
party spirit Instead of luflainlnn tho public
by speeches, sueli us some gentlemen bavo
thought proper to deliver lu the last few
Bliss' Loidc Not Easily Frightened.
New York, November 11. Geo.
Bliss writes to tho He.rM lu reply to its
warning to him and Mr. F.varts not to
iugglc the country outof its victory. He
says such threats will not frighten them
Ho regards tho proposed course ol
tho iiepublican managers aa tho
truly conservative ono, namely t
To have any dispute settled by tho legal
tribunals. Ho points out that Lieutenant
Governor Hosklns was seated upon cor
rections made lu this manner, as also was
Mavor Ilavetucyer. and without any cry
of "fraud." lie concluded! "The fear
of examination you develop, goes far to
convince me there is something you don't
From Detnooratlo Hoadc uarters.
New York, November 11. It has boon
reported at tha National Domocratlo
Headquarters that a prominent Repab
llcan aud ex-army ofllcer, fonuorljr con
nected with tho l'aclllo llallroad, left
this city yesterday afternoon having In
his possession a largo amount of
money to bo used In an altrmpt to
Interfere with tho electoral voto of
Virginia. His Immediate destination
was l'etersbnrg. An investigation caro
fully mado of tho Republican allogv
tious of substantial Irregularities In va
rious parts of the Statu ol new Tori
shows them to le either of tho uioal
til v lid and technical character ol
ahsoltita nUhstatouienU, ILko thu inarv'f
ftentlu'NiwXt, upou pincn ctainnM
Jones of the National Kopubllcatl Com. i
mlttee laid such great stress. The fact Is
generally overlooked in these shouts of
frauds upon tlm part of Cleveland'
friends tliat diminished majorities for
Cleveland aro recorded in almost every
Democratic county la tho State. Demo
cratic frauds have hitherto always been
charged um Democratic counties, and
there Is whom the Hopubllcans have al
ways looked for them. This year the
absurd plea Is made that Democratic
frauds have occurred In Republican coun
ties. The residents of Iiepublican
strongholds were not wont to penult
Democratic frauds In their midst, and It
Is reasonable enough to supposo that they
have not tolerated it tills year. Hlalno'tf
friends are as Inconsistent In their shouts
of fraud as they have been In many other
matters during the campaign.
Alle9ii Tampering With Election Bo
turns. New York, November 11. Thu four
Inspectors of the twenty-fourth election
district of tho First Assembly District,
who were arrested on Saturday charged
with tampering wltli tho election returns,
were arraigned yesterday beforo Justice
Duffy, at tho Totals Police Court Dur
ing the examination of tlie prlsouers, it
was shown that a copy of the canvass
had been found In the Mayor's olllce
mixed up with tally sheets. It was also
showu they had been taken thero by mis
take by the Republican poll clerk of tlie
district, Gllhuu. A copy of tho missing
canvas sheet was Liken and tho original
was sent to thu County Clerk's otllco.
Two other coplca of tlie canvass were
uiadu out at tho Tombs, one of which
w ill be sent to tho llurcau of Elections
and tho other to the Hoard of Super
visors. The prisoners wero locked up
for the night, and to-day will furnish bail
for examination next Monday.
Nkw York, November 11. George Wil
liam Curtis was serenaded last evening at
his homo lu New Brighton, Statou Wand,
by citizens in uniform, llu Illuminated
his house and bowed his appreciation as
tho crowd w ent past, but did uot speak,
because, as he afterward said, while he
was confident that (veland had been
elected, he did Hot think It necessary to
to say anything yet, aud did not want to
appear as wishing to talk, ihere was
plenty of time hereafter to speak.
New York, November 11. The Tam
many Democracy last night adopted an
address congratulating tlie people upon
the election of Cleveland and llelldrick
and appointed a committee to co-operate
w itii the State and National Committees
iu all measures to secure a fair canvass
AAOlfl l.U ATT EM rr.
The Negroes Determined to Finish tbo
Destruction oi Palatka,
Jackso.vvu.lk, Fla., November 11.
The dettrmluatlon of tho negro popula
tion to burn that part ol l'alatka which
escapedtho conflagration ol Saturday
morning was agaiu exemplified at two
o'clock this morning. While passing over
his boat ono of tho CTtlxeiis Vigilance
Committee surprised a negro In au at
tempt to set Are to the only largo block
which now remains lu tho place. Shav
ings, saturated with kerosene, had been
placed beneath an interior stairway
and tlie negro was just applying the
match when the blazo betrayed him.
Several shots were fired at him as he fled,
but none took effect. This act has in
creased the anxiety of tlie whites, and
the citizens' guard will be maintained In
detlultely. This is the second attempt at
Incendiarism since the conflagration. It
Is understood tliat tho Incendiary arrested
on Saturday has been removed to the jail
of a neighboring county to frustrate a
lynching which had been plauned for
Unparalleled For Fifty Years.
QfKiiKC, Ca.s, November 11. In con
sequence of tho late storm having pros
trated the telegraph wires on tho St. Law
rence, particulars of tho disastrous re
sults of the hurricane aro but just coming
In by way of Capo Chattertou.
Tho Norwegian bark Nava, Captain
Leavlg, which left here last week with
lumber for Norway, went ashore In Trin
ity Bay, and Is a total wreck. Two men
were drowued. Ten others wero saved,
anil are on Caribou Islets without provis
ions. Thu wrecking schooner Lmllls, of
this port, Is lost with Captain Lemlotix
and crew of sixteen men who wero as
sisting to ralso a sunkeu steamer near
l'olnt Dos Montcs. All were from this
Louis Fufferd, llght-houso keeper at
l'olnt des Monies, writes that the water
has entered tho tower of the light-house
and swept away tho platform, boats and
provision!. Ills sou Victor was drowned.
Houses, vehicles, boats and provisions on
shore wero destroyed, and tho llsherinen
aro destitute. Faferd f-ays Intelligence
of further disasters lower down tho coast
are hourly expected. He says tho storm
had been unparalleled for fifty years.
GAltFlKLD'H MOTH Kit,
Lylnu Very Low, With Little Hope of
Cl.KViiLANti, 0., November 11. A week
ago Grandma Garfield, thu mother of tho
lato President, attended tho funeral oi
her daughter at Solon. She was In rathei
feeble health, and her physicians advised
her not to go. Upon her return she felt In
disposed, and has been growing rapidly
worse. This moridiig her condition lu
critical. 8ho lies at tho homo of Mrs.
Jainrs A. Garfield, on Prospect street,
and little hopos are entertained of her re
covery. A Marshal's Fosse Attacked By Indiana.
Ft. Smith, Am.., November 11. A
Deputy United Slates Marshal and posse
arrived from tho ChooUw Nation with
nluelien prisoners yestorday. Whllo ea
route for FU Biullh the party was attacked
by a band of Indians, and In tlie inuleo
thirty prisoners wero released. Two oi
the attacking Indians were killed aud sev
cral wouuded. Two of tlie posse word
also woundod. The nineteen prisoner
wore consigned to the United States Jail.
An Uus Judjro.
Cjttno, Iu-, November ll-Ramnol
Lwidrum shot and killed Fred. Klnsof
and his son Honry, at lllokman, Ky,,
last Thursday evening. Landrom wad
arrested, but tho l'ollco Judge Tn
lc&st4 him. and he kit the city. Thu
2mM in vuiw under anietL. 1
AFTER THE ELECTION.
Boft Worda and Oontlo DaUIanco
With tho SLarvirifr Minora of
tho nocking Vullcy,
Giving Plain to tho Iron H-el of tin Law,
Backixl Up by Serried Ranks of
O.tiz n Soldiery.
A Pertinent Lesson For Those Easily
Persuaded Vo'.eia Who Are Too Often
Chcaud o( The.r Franchise
Coi.r.Mitt s, 0., November 11. Tho as
pect of affairs in tho Hocking alley,
owing to tho Incendiarism and lawless
ness of a cerUtlu element of the striking
miners, Is growing more serious. In fact
something has to be done, and that quick-
,.. 1. ...!.!.. ...Ill I... L.ut
iy, or union wuiiaoie. iiiojjeiij niu ut iu.,
as well as many lives. A dwelling house
at Sand Bun, ow ned by tho Columbus &
Hocking Coal and Iron Company, has
been burned. The matter bus become so
serious that tho Governor
lir.I.D A ( OSl'KKL'NTIC
yesterday, at his own request, with the
Sheriffs of Hocking, l'erry and Athens
Counties, members of the Syndicate and
Coal F.xchange, and Mluo Inspector Ban
croft, who has been all through tho
troubled district. The Governor has con
cluded to send to-day five companies of
the Stato militia to the scene of tho
troubles. It Is more than likely that all
vork will bo resinned when the militia
makes its appearance lu the valley.
DOWN IT UUKSI
Maud S. Lowers tho Record by Trottlnar
a Mile In 2:00 1-4.
LkxinohoX, Kv November 11. Tho
slate Is broken and Maud 8., the Queen
of the Turf, ha a made the fastest time on
record. Time: quarter, 82 8-1; half,
1:01; three-quarters, 1:87; mile, 2:0'J 1-4.
Youthful Train Wreckers.
Nkw Lisiiox, Wis., November 11.
John Adams, Jr., Henry Ward and Davy
l'lgeon, each aged twelve years, and Burt
James, aged sixteen, Imvo been arrested
at the instance of the secret service of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway
Company, charged with having placed ob
structions upon the track of the above
road, near this place, r ntly. They nro
held for trial, all but Adams being in jail,
unable to procure balL
Grain and Provisions.
TCrl).Y, NuVfcMUEU 11, 1384.
r. tor ib.
Cottoh Steady ; mtrt'Ulnsr, BW'Sinc
Flock Steady; XXX. to chotcu, $!.;ju J3.1J;
patents, $4.r.' t.sQ.
W ii bat Weaker; No. 2 lied, "t'a'itTi'.e; No.
3 lied. UA',r'KI0.
Co km fUbpr; Jfo. I in I ol. S'J40c; So.
3 white mixed, 40i.
ut Firmer; No. 2, ZUVn -'fiVo.
1!YK Weaker; No. 2, 4sase.
Tobaito Firm; Iiirs; common to obolro,
jrodfi ln.Oi); leaf; common red leaf, tT.Wa 10.
Oi); modlnin to (food $.i.00n 17.00.
II ir Prairie, W.:mi I0..W forprlmo toehob6
new ; clover mlx?l. JT.oo'n lo.oo lor common to
prime; prime new timothy, f'.i.nowll.ou; fuu
CV, f I i.lsen i:;.oO.
HcTTKii Steady ; pholco to fancy creamery,
27 'i ; daliy, eliolee to fancy, jiiwilo.
Kilos lllgliur; fresh slook, H'uioo pot
l'oiATOK.s Finn for eboleo; common dull;
common to rholce, 2sa3Ko.
Pour Pull ; new mess, S1S.M.
l.AKK (fillet; prime steam, 7'TWc
Kacox Ennics. C"'fsc; shorts, SV'ei
clear ribs, sj'rsii(, all packed.
Wool Tiib-WHshed, eholce, 2c; fair, 27oi
dlnuy and low, Simile. I'nwasbed ('boice me
dium, 2n2Ue; K''d nveraue medium, IS'
l'.ic; selotted light line, iTudsc; good averazu,
in17e; heavy, lKiltic; combing, quarter
blood, 20i:0i,c; combing, low grados, U'
IIiuks Steady and firm; dry Hint, I7ej
dama'ecl, Pc; bulls or htafs flint,
10c; salted. 9e; glue stock, ftc. Green
salted, Uc; dammtod, 7e; veal calfskins, I P(o
bulls or stA'.'s, tiu; green, uucured, 7a'7.'iC;
damaged. 5 '.o; glue. 3o.
SiiKUl' I'hi.ts Dull; green, SOffliWcj dry, do,
LV; green shi'Uilmg.s, 15 a :JOO.
WUKVT Lower; No. 2 Hod, Peeemhor,
81 ; January. S;p,e; February, Ki'c; March,
S7e; Mav, '.do.
CoiiN Lower; November, M 'le; Decern
ber, 4!ie; January, 47e ; February, 47c;
oat bower; November, K'.'o; Decem
wn eat Weaker; November, 71 We;
comber,"!'.! January, et'.o; May, sii'.a.
Cons Lower; November, 4;ic Du
eember, 8sv ; year, as'.ci January,
K'ie; Inv, Hxse,
oats steady; November, MVei lecein
ber, 2iie; vear, 2."i,ej May, 2S',.
Point Weaker; year, fll.M; January,
Sll.:).'i; February, $11.45. I
I.auk Stronger November, fd.(i7': Decem
ber. $il.s-J ; January, ?H.S7',; February,
shoiit liins Novembor, fi.1'3; January,
$5.ul; February, 55..
Live Stook Markets.
Hons nneotpU, 2.'l,0no; steady
changed; light, J4.1.Vut.wv, rough
$4 .'2('d 4.00; heavy paekliTj and
ii no kin if,
C'attlk Iteeelpts, S.5W; hrlsk; exports,
d.20'ir(."5 ; g'od toeholce, i.'i.Wivol.lilju'omuiou
to fair, JI.'.'''5.'te;Teans, f.t.;tt -i 4.;tfls
HllKKl-ltcptt, 9,stki steudyj Inferior to
CATTrt: flood demand at full prions; good
tooholce steers, $tU0(iUt; fair to uiedliiiii,
U.lkJ.tt . .
HHKHi'AVt) r,Afn Dan, lower for slieeni
pommon to fair, f.'fp'AH.'iSj cliolco, f,I.IO':t.7ii
Canada lambs. .704.s
lions-Fair demand, lower rates; good to
obolce Yorkers, J.7.Vn4.sr; medlmn to fall
Yorkers, Jt.iV,M.7; pltfs, 220.127.116.11; buteher'
yrudes, i.S5 ii'4.H.
Cattle Ttneelpts, O.ooo; natln's ami
Hookers steady; Texas cows and hutcb.
ur' weak and l'.ic lower; esporls. ?n.00w().:ift
good to uholea shlppliiK, $fi.8iw9.IK) euir.
moil to medium, f.YooirS.4 feoders, H.T
4.M; cows, JJ.ikJd.l.;lU; gross Tiotiu stiwr
gl(lS.iia i Colorado halt -breed steer, fa.4(Mi
lloi-tlecelpts.iw.ouo market active and
loo lilgher; lots of ifJ to 2.16 pounds average,
fl.40w4.nu; extiemos rnngu 4JO'a4.70.
ritiKHP Keeelpti,20U head; mnrkot Btoady
Btook and Money Market
Nnw YoitK, Vovember 11. Money 1 pel
cent.; AxohntiHf llrm Oovornmenta, dullt
ourraney S's, IWbld; 4's roupona. Ul bid
4Vh, d, li:l blJ. The stock uuirket opened
truotlonallv lower, and the tone was fever.
th np to the first mil, when the docllnl
np o win uii pnu. winui tnu ueciiua
I not only recovered, but prices wer
up H' H per cent, under nioolptili.
t of the bulls. Toward noon' thert
was not only recovered.
was pressure to sell Otitral Kaellln and
Mortliwei!, which eituaeil the whole list Ul
weaken. The stocks named doclluud UtlVj
8 or pent, respecllvely; the rest of tlis ll-l
ecllued tn STinuathy, pnt only frftcclou.
ally. Atthetuue oi wr1 at t" iwuiini rai
tvrerlsh Aud Irreguloa -, . .'
a ROYAL MWJ1J Ik 1
Thin powder ueviT vnrlea. A marvel of purity,
(tremrtn und wlinW'Sonieneat ore economical
ilmn i.rnliiKry kind, and cannot be aold in com
pi'tubui Willi the inuitl uilc of low tent, ahort
wuiiitn, alum o i ho.iiliiite powder., Sold only
in cam. 1(0 YAL HAKlvtl I't W'l) It CO.,
lot; a I M. cut. New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
! V, (. fury.
ttlwata on hand.
Icai'se in rpatli
ut'ss Mludi called
So. 12 (5th St.; Cairo; 111
Munnfucturor aud Dealer la
Sheboygan Uinopal Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON 1UNU.
Milwaakce lU-cr iu kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOUIS C. UEltBEItT,
(Sueccsscp to Cliaa T. Newland anl
Piumbet, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth aud Ele
Drive Well Puree and I.I ft Pumps furnlihod and
nut np. Agent lor the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
he hen wimp ever Invented. New Out Flxtare
nnUhi'd to order. Ud Fixtures repaired aud
W"Jul)l)lnii promptly attended to 819-tf
-Mauufacturer and Dealer
8th Streei, between Com'l Ave. ud Leveo.
oIIOKK BOHINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUVITION.
.n(e Hi-Mired All Kind" t Keys Made.
Kl.Ol K, GRAIN AND HA
4lirnsr CfiHh Prl"i Paid fop Whf at
Cairo ft Paducah uallj
E3j GUS FOWLER
Hit SKY K. TAYLOR, Maater.
UKOItUU JOllBe, Clerk.
Ioavm PidncahfofCro dalljr (Maadayi eicspt
edi at S . m., and Mound City t p. m. Ketori
lt leave Cairo at4p.m,;MounilCltTatlp.V-
U- IB W 1