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TUJfi DAILY OAIUO BUMjL'flJN: AVKDNiilSDAY AiOiiMhlU, KOVKMUKK 13, 1884,
V.INOIS CKNTliAl. tt. Ii
Shortest and Quickest Routt
St. Louis ami Chiciijro.
The Onlv lAne Kuiiumcr
0 DAILY TJIALWS
Ma kino DiKKor Conk no-no
K A STERN LINKS.
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I'uM.ri. ili.e at odin and K.f.uqt.am li r CiLciu
call. I.oiiif Tillu, ludlanapulia 11 ml ')! Ka.n.
IU ;!.!." J), lil. Kitst St. iioniia
Wl'btHi II i'.Xl)rMH
A rrl v iti ii II St I.oatu p. in., a!id 'uui.i i:tii.,
lur nil pululs Weat.
3:4ri p. 111. J"'iiHt K ii i'H.
For Kt. Louli and Chicago, arrlvlim at S! . Lruir
lu i.'i p. iu , and Chicago V:;M a. m
5 p. in Cincinnati Kx i.ii-sh.
Airlvint' at Cluriiiiihti T:nO a. fi. ; I.ihiibuIIi i:V.
a. m. ; Iiidiai.apu.l" 4:i'."i a lit . nT- fn
thir tram ren Ii tLie l,,vu poii.l 1 :j m 'JO
Uol'Kn in advauce of any oilier t'-utc
Jt"Th 3:1.1 a. in, rx;irun lim I'L'i. I.MAN
HonKI'lKli CAlt (ruin Cairn t " l . li.rlni.ui', v.ii
out chanrfva, aiid tlirnju ili-epera to fc. I.o'iu
Fast Time Kirst.
('i w'Mi(riiu ,n:" i!'Jiiir iii!ti i i K.:.
1 dl llf,' 1 em ptiltiia without ny di-:a
:urd liy Sunday intt rviilnu. The Haurday alter
jnim train fiuiii ( alro arrive? In nt-w Vii'k Jtfulidaj
utirnliiK at l::i. 'i'lii rty-rix li'inra iij ailvauceuj
n' other mute.
llft'f tliruucb ticket? ai.d fiint-ei ii.tonuatlr i
lepiV at Illinois C-iitral kailroad i put . 'mm.
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K ly.nl. . I' ,ir,i It. It 4 I' m
Ohio Kivrr M I m I ' !'
M i" lilver arrlvea Wed . Sat M H.
dcparta Wed . Kn Sun
P O. gen del. op u from 7 ::m am K' 7: 1 1 p.n
P.O. box tie! . u.'cli Irom 6 a. m t".'p "'
Sundata tcr. c!c',. oiuti lrom....Ha. in. to In a. ni.
Kuuila'Ni hnx del. opeu from ...Ua. m u ln:marc
(r-NOlB -Cbanij.a will It pu'i.l'.ed lr. n
time to timm city papira I'rai.L'i' vmiii ' ly'' "
cordiimly. WM. M. Ml'KI'IU P. M
T II 10
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Orcraaizotl Dm-mbiT, 1!5!J3, I'mlcr tin
Law of im.
Kiiccccnor to Widow and Orphana Mumal AulSo
clety, 0 iraiilitei: July 4ih, IH", tiuiH'
lliu lawa of IHTU.
.MI1S II. KOIIINSON' - .. iVi-iiloU
W.M. SI KATi' N Vic: 1'rtnldeni
J. A. UOLWSTI N K ..'Ifeaa'inl
C. W. l)UNINtl Mi'l!ni. lidvlci
THOMAS LKW1S Soorctur)
I10AHI) OF niKKCTOHs kok 1st YKAH.
Wm. Strntton, Slrtton . Illrd, iro-.eia, fn'in, ',
J. A. (toidtuu'. iiliioltlatlne A llimenwnlrr. linlo
salu and rid ul drv (j"1"!;1. W. Di.nnirK. M. It.;
Prei. lid. Med Kx.. for rriialdtia; Allien l.ewl.i.
cmniiilimlon inurcliiint : .1. II Holilnaon, tmiiin
Jililu't! an liolury pulilici Win. K, I'lliiu'i, r.ini.
liroker and liniiranrii aiti'lil: K. II Hal d, t lif
alrecl a-ipervlinirj M I'h lllj a.rarpi liter unit liulid
cr ; '1 b om no Lew!', aliornev and aecretnrv K. V.
P;i'rnyitlornev-itt-law, lluQtloin III ! K. 0. Pare
raahlor til l eiitelinliil Hutu, Aaliluv.lll Al'ierl
Uavden. cliler of Oeorite t'onim ly A fo., sprlim
llulil, II t H. M dunn, attorniiv-iit law, Pill Itu.v
dolph alreet.C'lilML'iii lion. Unlit. A llntrrcr, at-tornev-at
law, CliiirleHtun. Mo i n. I.eUtliloi;
camuer l'liat Nulloniil PanU. btuiirt. Iowa.
The btsr (uMlOY in ihe wohlo for thi Cure
CF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FLMALES,
tt h ft Spoc iioforttipciirnof I ullltitx ij tlio
Voinl). l.eiicorilm'.i, Pain l Um lliit'k, 1 ulnliil
orMlipplPS-iMl.Meltnmlloll, Mooilllllt. I'lllli -Inir
SciiHulloiia.niiil all llinvmled tnnililoi nt
(iMidiiiK tin- pfi'li.il known aa Channo of Lllo.
MERRELLS FEMALE TONICS
Hllll HTHUMITII to tllO l' l Kill N K 1' I'StTIONH,
XPltllltt IllVlltliy lU'tloll, Ullil I t'tUoi ItlH tlielll III
tlitdriiornml I'oiiilitloii. Ilia ploiisiint to lliu
tastO, HY IIKTAUKN A 'I' ANY 'I I M I'., Illlll H
truly ft"Mothor'f rioinl." I Knr lut'llier ntl
Vlct'ri'llil Mi ni'll a Alimniiii'. lull (llivellolis
With Pliell liidtle. Pl Ii'oJ'l.lK). PiepnriMl liy
JACOB S. MERRELL, St. Loula. Mo.
Ma by nil Liruiiulali utiU Huuivi in Mcdii'ine.
TUKCITY NATIONAL IJANK.
71 OIJIO LEVKK.
a Ocnrial Itankiiii; liusini.'KH
'.'on due tt'il.
' THUS, V. HAliIilD.VV
JNTKKPKiSE HAVING (iANIC
KXCLl'hlVKl.Y A SAVIMiS l-AK.
TIIOS W. UAIiJilDA"! ,
i.'iiinmt'j'cial Avi'mi'- ;inl Kiirhtli iilrttt
K. Illfu.-S, Pr.Kidi nl. I I'. NKC. Vil e I'ron'nt
II. vVKI.L.S, fanliier. I T. J. Kurlli. Ara'l ru-li
. P.kjk ..Ci.'ro I William Klii'.o. .( : Iro
Phut NefT ' William Wolf.... "
Ofti rloh " I t.'. O. Putier. ... ... "
li A l;,nl.:r " I II. Well- '
J. V. (.'lein'nn, Caledoi la.
A.iKNKU.M. HAN KIM. I.L'.l N r:..s iinM-;.
Kxiiliaiiu- n.'d a!i". Ini i.-'il . Ir.Uri'il paid il
1'iv avinira Department . (.'ulleei U i a made i.ti'l
K Imallieas pro'lll'tlV a'lel.cled C.
)H. J. E. STHONO,
II orn o3o ) a 1 1 i i st ,
I2!t ('I'lumi'iciiil Avo., Cairn, ill.
VAI OU. EI.ECTI'.O VAPOK unii il KDlCATtl'
A .ady In uUemlunce,
Y M- 1'AHIiELL, M. 1).
O'-FIfK-Eaxt Sid . Cumniercial. be'.o Si'i St.
'a IPO. 1 11 lio':n,
j ,U. E W. WJJITLOCK.
rn a ;i. l:ii: l"'iirrn -rr'al AnTnt. i .''&
l'l -'i -T.A t ; I 4..,..
-J (J. PA!ONS, M. I)..
OCULIST AND AU1MST.
KKf:-(.'it DriiS ortf Cariiondale, V.
SO' 'A H
v. 5 w
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING MICES:
!'! Iiolliiin. l'l. aliivc. fapnrltv fiiln. Price.
(5 x !!" 1 150 824.00
(' x II KM) L'11.00
7 x J! 2000 32.00
7 x i) 22;0 :,.(!()
7 x 10 2500 10(10
Tlienittulikanro inml.Mif CI.KAK I'YPHI SS. I'j
Un tie" llil' k, H 'liiiuly liooiied ai d aru WATbli
'lIl.llT. They aro
Hlilipijl wlutD'.'iiul uro vol ln'in'ftl
in prev ni Uieir Ii I ii it I'ick d ir luoKuii In hatid
lliu'. Km m lea furi.l-lu d lor
TiimUm of tiny Hl.o.
A. KKKIH U()H
lilT Delord SI.. Nm Orleaii". La.
I'uiisis no l'uln
Given NeliiT ut
l'l out nit nt, will
iTL'rx X1 uA 1 11 ' Mn it iiii
plv into ti"lrli tilvn H a Tr'nl, Ml niil at
limit' Mi". IP rent" I'V in nil reitiaiiirud. Send
lor tl't illMr. H'l "''le. I )' tnall III c Ida,
H.Y UIIUTII 11113, IrUjjKlti, Owi, N' .
Howttt cull hlli ly ji u will) tlie linat
0)HtL'is in tin: ciiy. H
Umlcr the iniKiicc8 of tint wi iiMn'8 flub
ami library Hsnri .itimi : I'Iusk in nil piiint
iiijr, Mrs. O. Fiihfi iclus.t in wood-curvini;,
liHinini'ieil hrns-, m-u -hi, inuileliiii; ntii
i:tt:liiii', Mrs. V. K it?m ycr. Fur tcnim
Htul Imurs fipply touljuvo i. nine I tcnclitr.
Pluce your onkru with Ikwttt for
Oysieru hihI Fiali. tf
All lionrt Bttwcil nnl hIimvi'i rypresu
KliinyleH ut Luhchbiit & Uico Miinul'ttCtur
in;,' Co. fur per tlmud-tfttJ. tf
Look lor the Kctl Litflit,
nt Dfliaun' .VI Oliin 1. vcc.
C'liangfii of Finn.
Notice in ln-ifliy fjiven tint tlio liUKiness
rirm ln.'ietoluit: known as S. H i.-enwitcr,
roiniuctt'd by A. lilm k ut 140 (' mnieiciHl
Avi niii-, in the city of Cairo, mid Sia'e of
IlliiioiH, is hereby ilihi-nlveil, and Inif-inesH
will licreit'ter Im citi.l uctt'ij uniler the style
and iimiie of "UiiiL'k lir. ." All accounts
of old firm will lie uscutned liy us,
M. C. I Slack,
V. E. Ei.ack.
For a Gotid Meal
or a ooi room, u,n to I)eI5 lUii's, CO Ohio
Ail Answer Wanted.
Cmi any oi.e bria u a euHf of Kidney
or Liver complaint lh ,t Kl.:ctrlc Uitters
will not fjieeilily cure We say they can
not, as thousands nf cnsi'8 already permit
iieiitly cured and who i.re d uly reciiininetid
ini; Electric Hitter-, will piove. Hriylit's
disease, diiibi.tes, weak IncP.or any urinary
coniplRint (juickly cured. They purify the
blood, regulate the bnweU, ainl net direct
ly nn the dlseiised parts. Every bottle yu ir
Hiiteed. For sale at .10c. a bottle by Hit relay
For the P.e.-t Oysters,
1-0 to DolJi.un's, .10 Ohio levee.
Hewetl's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
MR-et, one dour e-st of Conmierci'il. tf
A I awyer's Opinion of interest to all
.!. A. Tawney, E-q., a ! u -i 1 i ti tr attorney
f Yiii na, Minn., twite: ''After u-ini: it
lor more than three o.r, 1 t.ike uret
l.'ea-iiie in t tt : n that I regard Dr. Kin'r'n
New Diseov, ry for C"in-uu.ptioit, ns the
lu st ii tii' ity in the world tor coiiihs and
foldi. 't has MVer faiied t fure the lllot
s' Vi ic colds I have I a I, ainl jiivuriublv re
lieves the pain 1 i the cheat. ''
Tiial liotihs (, this hiir.' rure fur all
throat niid 1 11 f i tf diM'il-cs iiiav It" had fiet
at Hue. ay lima' ill ur ture. Lari- size,
Open Iay and Night.
Di Har.n's nt.iurai,t, .10 Ohio Ii we. tf
KUfKien 's Arnit it nlvo
The Hect Snlve 'u the R'orlJ for Cut.-,
i Guises, Sorea, I'lcers, Suit Kl ellll!, Fivei
."tins, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilb'ains.
(orns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
( tires Piles. I' is t'uaraiiteed to jivc per
fect sitisfattion, or picmy refunded. Price
Vfl cents per box Fur Bale by l.ttcli
Only the Best Bi aml of oyett rs,
at DoHiun's, .10 Ohio leee. tf
"Jlouyh on Pain."
Cures colic, cri.uips, diarrhu'i; external
ly for aches, pains, t-pntiu-, hea'biclie, Ui ur
alcia, ilieiuiiatism. For tnaii or bc.st. 2')
nnd tiO cents.
For twenty years I wns n nilleii:' frutn
cit inh o the head and thro it in a very a
uravnted furin, and during the BUinnier
moiiihs with ll iy Fever. 1 procured it bot
tle of Ely's Cream II aim, and after a few
appdcitiniis re, eived decided benefit was
cured be fine the bittle was tinid. Have
had no return of the eoniplnint, Charlotte
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
'Jlio Hope of the Nation.
Children, tlow in di velopment, puny,
ecrawii) and delicate, use "Wells' Health
II. Krueyer, of West Plains, Mo., g.iyg;
My wile had flooding last winter, and she
Used one bottle nf Merrell'8 Female Tome
and was cured, itltliough I had the seivices
i) two d'jctuiB before. She owes her life to
Mm, M try H iyit, of Avon, Si. Genevieve
Co., Mo , sajs, August SDtli, ISU : I hae
Used Meriell'a Feiiuiie Tonic diirini;
pi'iv'inmcy, and afier child birth, with the
very best result. I canimt upvuk too hij;h
Iv ol it.
"Koiijjh on Pa lit" Plaster;
Porous and KtrctiL.'thenin, improved, the
bet lor backache, pains in client or Bide,
r i ii-n in u 1 1 - m, iieuialuiit. 'j.-j cents, Diiiij
Kists or in ail. 5
Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude Mini irritating matter. Conceti
tinted itie licine only; very hiu'1; very easy
to take; no pun; no Kilppin.; no puiin.
Scmelhina nht Allen's Hillniis PIijhIc
Acts u it kly, relieves proni tly, and never
f'tlls to cure ah k lie idat lie ami cnustipit
t'nn. 2.1 cents lnr4;e bottle. --At, all ilrnej
yniiisMMi'H Lees and U tk.
When Did'luh clipped i If hiiisoii'h locks
that 1 1 1 i ij 1 1 1 y ii'hiele at ture becniiie "us
other men." If it colli I be pioved llnd the
0-seslon uf luxitiiunt hair Would enable
men to tear open lions' J ws,Hlse,nx & Co.,
would be driven lld in the i Hon to tup
ply eliollyh ol Prnkei'it I lair lluNmn to
meet tlm demand, An it is dm Ihilsun
preveiim yotit Imir front fsllinu; out, nnd
restores the oi'lulivil colored If failed or
iriiy. 11 sides it In n tzreat adilition to tlm
toilet tublo olinply as a dreselng,
SULLIVAN VS. LAFLIN.
Tbo Doatou Slugtfor Is Almost
Knocked Out By tho Pro
Having a Life Givn Him, Ha Eeoovors
His Wind and Oourago and Tuna
the Tables on the Professor,
Paddy Ryan Once More to Fact His
Old Foo In a Four-Round
N'kw Yon, .November 11. MailLson
Square Garden wiw Oiled hist night w ith
an audience of fully 7,000 people to wit
ness the four-round "Jove coutcst, Mar
quis of Ojiecnhbcrry rules, between John
L. Sullivan, the champion, and Prof. John
II. Ealllii, tlm New York athlete. Many
promlueut (iportlus iuen, as well as a
number of brokers, baukers and mer
chants, wero present. After some pre
liminary bouts by some locul celebrities,
the stars of the evening caino upon tho
platform. Hutu of them were enthusias
tically received, aud It was some uiluutes
before order was restored, Laflln was
dressed lu white flannel, supported by
a blue belt. Arthur Chambers and Hilly
Edwards looked after Ids wants, while
Harry Edwards bandied the bottles.
Lutllu looked very stout and showed very
little muscular development, and was ap
parently nervous. Sullivan looked lit,
and his muscles showed that be had un
dergone considerable training, but there
was a lack of "springiness" lu his move
ments, and when he struck out bis trip
lammerdike blows lacked steam. He was
esquired by l'atsey Sheppard and Tom
Mike McDonald, of Chicago, was the
After the usual preliminaries lime was
I.afliu opened by seudlug out his left
straight at Sullivan's nose, which sur
prised the latter greatly, as It was a lib
erty he was not used to, but be soon re
covered and went at bis adversary right
and left, banning him In the jaw and ear,
not heavy, however. I.allin put In two
slight hits and the pair clinched. When
they broke away, Sullivan let go both
bauds, catching I.afliu un the nose, and
drawing tho blood. A swinging crack on
the ear sent hiiu down on bis knees. I.af
liu looked frightened and lifted Ids
hands in supplication. Ten seconds Is
the time allowed to get up, but I.aflln
took over half a minute to mate up bis
mind to return to the attack, and then It
was lu a vry timorous fashion. Sullivan
then hit out with both hands but he did
imt seem to hurt I.allin much. I.afliu was
then sent down several times, but he
brought about bis ow n upset in more In
stances than one, and did It to gain tho
ten seeouds allowed by the rules, lie had
ltd the worst of the bout.
No sooner had the men toed the scratch
than Sullivan sent out both hands, land
lug on the nose, face aud ear. I.aflln
toiintfreij on tlm ear ami nose. Then
Mine some long range exchanges, In tho
midst of which Eatlin was sent down In
Ii heap. Sullivan hit uiui while on
his knees, and It took considerable
persuasion to induce Eaflin to get up.
lie dually got up and fought with Sulli
van catching him on the nose and face
Several times. Sullivan made play with
both hands but seemed to be getting very
weak, and once when Laflln had him over
ngalnst the ropes he put his hands down
and then Lalliu rattled away with both
gloves scoring many points. It looked as
though Sullivan was whipped, and had
Lalliu been at all game, be might have
won tho fluht right then as he bud much
the best of tho bout.
This time I.allin shot out
both hands and scored at the face and
car. Sullivan countered ou the jaw, and
I.allin went down very groggy. His next
attempt saw him land on the car, while
Lalliu hit out at the fac Then there
was a lot of hugging, I.aflln doing the
most of tho enchaining. From this
ont he seemed to get very
weak on his pins, " while
Sullivan recovered a little and knocked
the New Yorker down repeatedly. Sul
livan shaped himself for an effort, aud,
letting golds right, caught Laflin on the
point of the jaw, knocking hi in down. He
was vory groggy and practically "out"
when Edwards picked him up and carried
blm to his corner. Captain Wil
liams stood ready to stop the
affair, but let them come up.
No sooner had they put up their hands
than Sullivan caught Laflin ou the jaw.
This shook him, bijt he clinched and
saved hlnieelf from falling. When they
broke away Sullivan put In two raps on
Lafllu's face and jaw, making him sit
down in a hurry. When ho resumed,
Lurllii tried to make his load, and landed
lightly, but ho was too weak aud shaky to
do any damage. Sullivan was vory
little betUir off, and his blow
had no force wluttcver, Once or twice
Lnfllu was sent down, but his weak and
groggy condition brought tills about and
when Sullivan caught hlin on the ear he
was willing to gi to sleep. Captain Wil
liams then stopped the fight aud the -referee,
gave his award to Sullivan.
Ntw Yonit, November li. A four
round glovo contest was arranged la: t
night between Paddy Hyan, tho ex-cliam-ptnti,
and Jno. L. Sullivan, tho champion.
The fight will ooin off in tho third week
In January ut Madison Square Garden,
sr. t . jja
Mr MHI.lt H V U N KD.
Fourteen Million Tmot of Lumber and
Two MUU Deatroywd.
Dui.t'Tii, Minj., November 11. At
about one o'clock yrabtf'tlay morning flro
was discovered In tho yards of thcOncotn
Lumber Company, fuurttx-n miles from
town. The mills had been shut down
Saturday night, and there was no steam
In Uie fire turnips, ao until the arrival of
an r-nglim Trout the city the Are raged un
checked. It started In the middle uf tlio
yards and burned In all dltvotlon to tho
last, taking dwellings, strides and
boarding-houses to Utu number of seven.
The mill wus aUo oonsuined. On the
west woro the ynrds and mills uf the
Osteibmui ft llugbart Lumber Company,
which wero swept clean, lliu yards of
both companies trim ptlud full of dry-
sawed lumber. Tho Oneota Company
bad 9,000,000 feet burned, and Osterbrout
& Hugbart 5,000,000 14,000,000 In all,
which, with the two mills, was worth
SL'75,000. Ou this there la an Inuranco
of 3160,000. Tho flro la thought to havo
been Incendiary. At noon yesterday the
burned district was as clear as a floor,
and could bo walked over In every direc
tion without trouble. This tiro reduces
tho htock of lumber in tho city yards to
about 4'J,000,000 feet, and Is tho wortt
lire ever known lu this district.
Brighton Beach Races.
New Yoiik, November 11. The entries
yesterday at Brighton Ueacu were un
usually large and tho racing excellent
First liace For beaten horses, three
quarters niliei Miss Haldwln, llrst; Sara
Kinery, second; Glenbar, third. Time,
1:18. Mutuals paid, $15.60.
Second liace Selling uJlowances, ono
mile: Montauk, first; Lytton, secondi
F-mnia, third. Time, 1 A t l-i. Mutuals
Third Itace Selling allowances, one
mile: Unknown, llrst ; I.lllle U., second;
Tilford, third. Time, 1 ;H4 -4. Mutuals
Fourth l&icc All ages, one and one
eighth miles: lioyal Arch, first; Little
Fred, second; Geo. Singerlv, third. Time,
1:57. Mutuals paid, $18.'ji).
Fifth Itaoe Maidens, all ages, seven
eighths mile: Valiant, first; Fate rson,
second; Adele, third. Time, 1:32 1-4.
Mutuals paid, $22.55.
The Plenary Council.
Rauiuork, Mn., November 11. Yes
tcrday the deliberative work ot the Coun
ell began. The formulas of proceeding
having been duly arranged lu advance,
the different clauses of the schemata were
assigned to the several Theological Com
mittees. Last evening Ulght Key. J. Ire
laud, D. D. llishop of St. Paul, preached
at the Cjithedral on the subject, "The
Church the Support of Just Govern
ment.1' The entire episcopacy of tho United
States, with a single exception (lilshop
John Trigg, D. D., lilshop of Pittsburgh,
who Is ill;, attending the council. The
tliree Canadian liishnps, Most Hev. John
J. Lynch, Archbishop of Toronto, aud
Ulght Kev. T. O-.Mahony, D. D., coad
jutor of Toronto, and Ulght Uev. John
Walsh, D. D., liishop of Loudon, Canada,
and the Ulght Uev. J. Usoiif, Vicar Apos
tolic of Northern Japan, while not taking
part In the deliberations, have been as
signed the privilege of seats at all the ses
McCullout'H la Chicago.
Ciiuufio, In.., November 11. John
McCullough the tragedian - arrived In this
city this morning and went directly to tho
Chicago Club of which he Is a member
He was alone and bad very little to say
except that he was on his way to M.
Louis to plav in that ell v. He remained
at the club onlv long enough to take break
fist and then left, saying be must go to tho
depot to see his baggage properly cheeked
Very few members of the club were about
the rooms at the time of McCullough's
appearance there. One gentleman was
found however, who said Uio tragedian
was. looking very well and appeared
abundantly able to take care oi himself
The servants, however, all ol whom know
the actor by sight, were doubtful of bis
correct mental balance. One or two ex
pressed their opinion that .McCullough
was a "iitto off."
Fat Stock Show.
Chicago, III., November 11. The
Seventh Annual Fat Stock Show began
this morning at tho Exposition building
under the most favorablo auspices.
Fulled States Commissioner of Agricul
ture I.orlng, who was expected to deliver
Uie opening address, could not be pros
ent. The formal opening was therefore
postponed until to-ulght, when Mayor
Harrison will deliver an address.
ExxTienced stockmen assert that the
exhibit of stock Is as fine hs was ever seen
at Smithfleld, London. The great con
test for supremacy la between Uie breed
ers of Short-horns, Hereford and Polled
Angus, and attention la more concentrat
ed upon butchers' stock than on horses,
as in former years. Tlio work of award
ing the prizes commences at once, and
w ill continue until the close of the exhibi
tion, November 20th.
Timely Warning Profited By.
Ni'.w ni'itti, N. Y., Novoinbcr 11. At
four o'clock this morning a heavy emi
grant train going West on the West Shore
Koad, broke In two and stopped at Corn
wall Station. Owing to the train-men
neglecting to send back a danger signal,
a heavy freight train following- ran Into
tho passenger train completely wreclflbg
most of tho pasbenger cars. The engine.
of the freight train was overturned Into
the ditch, as wero several freight cara.
No lives were lost. The emigrants saw
the danger and hastened out of tho cars
without one being Injured.
l'lniutsitt no, Va, November 11. In
tho easo of tho Commonwealth against W.
A. Whyte, late assistant teller of tho in
solvent Planters' and Mechanics' Hank,
charged wlUi having made fraudulent en
tries on the books of the bank, tho Jury1
yesterday rendered a verdict of acquittal.
This virtually seiUos the other two oases
of the same character against Wbyte,
That's What's the matter With Dan.
Albany, N. Y., November 10. Card.4
were Issued yesterday for the wedding of
Hon. Dawilel Manning and Miss Mary
Livingston Frcyr, November ltfUj.
Ci.kvri.avd, November 11 "I am
a Prohibitionist," said Miss Susan U. Anj
thuny this morulug, "but I was opposed
to making the Issue a National one, and I
regret that tlio Pruhlbltloulsta, or rathe
tho St. JohttlefN wero so eager to defoiitj
Mr. lilalue. If they have succeeded I be
lieve tho cause of prohibition ha4
KUKN MKT BACK
for years. In tho miecesi oi the Demo
emtio txirty in A National contest tho
questions that were selUod by tlio war
will be brought prominently oiward
again and prohibition and wuman suf
frage will be put back. I am iu favor oi
woman auffragn, for I do not. believe pro
hibition can be ucoomplbtbed wlthont tho
aid of woman's ballot,"
Nkw Yoiik, Novtttubuf 11-Sovon largo
gas companies completed it oonsoildatlon
under ono corporation yesterday. They
Siut the prlre of gas at $1.73 pi MiouhhikI
out, instead of 43.25, as fotntcriy.
As a matter of interest to many of our
readers, we give the following summary of
tho changes and phwsnt our bister planeta
Mars U evening star, lie, like most of
his brothers, is traveling south. Not long
since every planet in tho system was in
north declination. At the end of the
month, Venus, Mercury, Uranus and Mars
are in south declination. Not long since
all the planets wcie morning stars. Before
November clu6es Mars, Mercury and Nep
tune are evening stars. Movements seem
ingly without order are in reality exemlifl-
c-itiona of the unswerving law that regulat
es the course, of every member of tho ma
Tho November moon fulls on the 3d at
:U0 o'clock in tno morning, standard time.
Tho moon is in conjunction with Neptune
on the 3d and with Saturn on the 5th.
She is at her nearest point to Juptier on the
11th, and to Uranus on the 13th. She
makes a charming appearance on the east
ern sky iu coi junciion with Vet.us on the
14th, three days before her change, the
waning crescent hanging 2 degrees eouth of
the morning star. On tho 18th the new
moon is in conjunction with Mercury, and
fulfills her round by paying her resyects to
Mars on tho 10th.
The earth, as she swings her ponderous
bulk in her orbit, encounters about the 13th
tho November meteor-zone. The gigantic
hoop or eclipse consists of a swarm ot par
ticles following Tcmpcl's comet in its orbit.
This uufortunate visitor from the star
depths on arriving within the solar domain
unwari'y ventured too near the planet
Uranus. Tho planet captured tho comet,
and forced it henceforth to revolve within
tho boundaries of tho solar system, the
event occurring probably in tho second
century of the Christian era. Tho perihel
ion of the comet's orbit reat on the earth's
orbit where she pusses ou the 13th of Nov
ember, aud its aphelion extends beyonds
the orbit of Uranus. A process of disin
tegration is going on, and the debris of tLe
comet and the swarm of meteors are gradu
ally scattering through tho whole zone,
only one-tenth of which is now filled dense
ly with the mooter swarms. The period of
revolution is about thirty-three years, and
a grand display occurs only at theso inter
vals, when the earth crosses tho densest por
tion of the zone. The last memorable dis
play was in 1800-07, the next is expected
in 1899. Observers on the nights of the
11th, 12th, 13th and Uth will bo sure to
see a few meteors radiating from the con
stellation Leo, and there is always a possi
bility that on unexpected number of falling
stars may make the heavens resplendent
with their fiery trains.
According to Dr. Macgowan's col
lation regarding tho history of musk as
presented by Chinoso writors, tho musk
deer is found throughout tho moun
tains of l'ttn-nnn, Szechwan, and Thib
et. This littlo animal is so timid that
it ofteii dies of fright. It foods on juni
per leaves and reptiles. In tho spring
its peculiar glandular pouch is greatly
swollen and iullamed, 'and tho secre
tion is always voided by tho door on
tho samo spot and covered over with
earth. In such places deposits of musk
of a superior quality aro found, amount
ing sometimes to twonty pounds in
weight, nnd of so pungent a naturo
that if carried through a garden or
wood it prevents fructification. This
valuablo substanco no sooner loaves
tho hands of tho hunter than skillful
manipulators ndulterato it for the
wholesale dealers, who furthor so de
base it for tho trade that thcro is final
ly in tho mixture otic red very littlo in
deed of genuine musk, say only about
10 per cent. Musk is said to bo des
tructive to intestinal worms and an an
tidoto to tho venom of scrpouts.
The little daughter of Mr. T. M .Casad,
Corydon, lows, was cured of a severe burn
by one application of St. Jacobs Oil, tbo
magical pain cure, leaving no marks.
Advice to Mothers.
Are von disturbed at niibt and b'-ken
of vour rest bv a sick child sufierino- and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-.
low s boollnng Syrup lor Children leetn-
mg. Its value is incalculable. It win ro
lievo tho poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Deneiid tiniiii it. mothers, thcro is
. j - i ,
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
i . .. . tit
iiinrriHca, regulates tno Btomacn aim oow
ids, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, to
luces intlammation, and gives tone and
nergy to the whole system. Mrs. Wius
ow's SoothiiiL' Svrun for Children Toothinir
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best femalo
lines and physicians in tbo United states,
ml is for sale by all druggists throughout
he world. Price 2,1 cents a bottlo.
Cheap Itonieu iu Arkansns and Texas
Along the lire ot the t. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hallway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Itailroad, are thousands ot
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing
la ii ils in the world, ranging in price from
$ 2.00 to (300 and 14.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity nnd comfort. Bend your ad-
Iress to tho undersigned tor a copy or sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkancas and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fnr 1883 Is 80 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate il
allowed fur money paid for ticket! or freight
over tho Companies lines.
If. C. Tow.S8E.nd, Gcn'l Tass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.