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THIS DAILY UAIKO BULLKTIN: HIUIISDaV MOUNlNci, NOVEMBER 13, 1884.
LLiNOIS 01CNTUAJ, K. 1
'VVW Hr0 tut a tk V W " : : v tr
Shortest and Quickest Rout'
St. Louis and Chicago.
'l'tv Oulv Jino Kuiiuinu
0 DAILY TKAlNS
Irom Cairo, .
Makino Direct Con of ko rif r
with KASTKUN LINKS.
Ii: U ii in. Mi.il,
AirlvlUK In St i.oi:lD U0.m.; ;iiicnpi, :v p.ii-. .
i.'iiniifi.iii it nt Odin nd Kcinum fi r C'ltiCD
but 1. Louisville, Iiii'.lunHilin uii'', i:.!n lv i I .
i:U5 i. in. Kant r-1 . I.nui-. -uin
Arrlvlnc II, St loiils ti I'j i, in . , Mid i-oi. i,e,'tti,
lur all uuiut Went.
3: 4n i. in. Kuwt Kx ii i'hh,
For St. Louis nil Chtrnii'i, Krrivlnii lit si. Loir-10-15
p. in.. Mid Chicago '. :l a. In
.'1:45 p. in Cincinnati b.x ,i-.-h,
Atrlviiitt kt Clnciiitiiiii T;i 0 a. m . ; l.oailh :i:7
a. m i Iiidiaimpo i 4 ifl a rn. I'n-ei,i(cr. Ii.
this I nun rrw ti the. b we pun t 1 !J In i
b(fi;i5 in advance, of any ulliiT t'litu
(!fTli 8:'fi a. m. express h I'Cu.MAS
hOr.hl'IN t'A It (rum Cairo I t . l;.c:iii.al'. w m,
out climiiuit, and tii'.iuuh l''cp(.T t,, .v.. 'ii
Fast TirriM liUst.
hj ll,:e ,l;,i- il IM ,ut'li to l'. i-i
em toiUta wttiioii! an; deal
fumed h) Xunday uitcrv l ini;. The Sat-fday :r
ii, uu trk.u fiuiu ( aim nrrUcr . I. new Vu'k Hull lay
ui.iuiu at 1U::JV 'i'UI rty-r .1 Lour, it aJ.Miceoi
0 ' other route.
ilf' Fi" throt:;'i tn:ket f-.'i it, lot .nalioi
ij ;n? ut l!;tuoi Central Km. road !e.' ct. I airo.
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deparn Wed , Kri. & sun
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hundava iter . i'.k',. open Irmu.. . H a in. l"lna. d.
8unila in'X del. open Irom ...Un.ni.lt l":.iai
iy-NUI ti -Chan-' a l:l l I n' e'l Ii, ,'
limn to tini" In rlly pap'-rf rmi.Lic wmi .'anlr o
c.rdiiitfly. WM. M. Mritl'lli I'. V
Mutual Life it Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Oriranizi'il Dccer.ilx r. 1HK3, I'ihUt ilu
Law of lUCJ.
sncce'fir to Widow" anil Orphan Mutual Aid S
duty, o kbhImi! Juiy 4th, 1H77, iiu-l'i'
the lawa of lSTi.
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W.M. 8' K.M'r N '" l''ii'iil"
J. A. UOLUSTINB ... ... '! '!
('. W DU-MMl Met". td.:"'ii
TUoMAS LttWH S ".rniir
HOARD OF DIULCTOIi' koii lsr VKAlt.
Win. st.rituon. Stmtton lllrd. ro-ein, t'a .o, I'l.
J. A. (tiiidatmii, oliiolilKlliiu A Hi'fi't.ttulei. hull
fain and rt't 'il dry noiidiC W. Dunmi d. M. I'.;
I're. lid. Med Kx.. for 'i nattm; Aihurl l.uwU.
cimmiaHloii murchaiiti .I. II ldihlnmiu. ruiiinv
JiiilifM an notary public; Win. V. Pliclii-r. cim.
broker and lii.liraiioe atfi'lif. K. U Hal d. '"J
aueet inpervlior; M I'h lli . carpi.ntcr and imlid
er; Tbotnaa I.ewP, atiornev and m-rretiirv -.. .
r-U'ri'u.iilKirney-il-law, Diiquoin III : K. I arc
caahlur of ' vntennlnl llim , Achlev.lH i Albert
llaydiMLcanlil'-roftliioritedoiiiiu ly&Co prinn
Held. II i Ii. M tunti. itttornoy-itt-iaw. l'; Hu.v
dolph airwet. thlfnuoi H. Kohl. A llatcrur, at,
turtipv-at law, Chnrlenlon, Mo ; li. i.cU'lit')':
caaUiur first National Katilx. htuiirt. Iowa.
Electric DOllincei art lent on 30 D.ivs1 I rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YtU?Jl 0,1 OLD,
WHO am miri-rlng from Nanvnra InnitiTt,
I.iht Vitality, T.urK or Nwtva Kom-a and
VluuK, WaTIXi WKAKxa. M. anil all Uioti' ilisuim"!
ufa I'taif'iNAi, NATi iia nnulilnK frum (Am -f. nnd
iniiaa Caiiaaa. apeeily ri'lli-f un I enr.i"! te re .hi
rutlim IIKai.tN.V luiiHaiiil Maniph'Ii M'tiU' I en,
'Mi a Kaiiii"t tlmi'iivcry of tlm Sinviei'tiiii r, i ti rf,
It-nil at eiieo fur IllualraUid I'nnipht a 1 1 u, ,u.lrs:J
VDLTAIB BUT CO., MAR&ilMl, JIMH.
i beforeV an d waftS j
THE WTV NATIONAL HANK.
t' t .'Jilrr., IllilloiH
. 71 OHIO LEVEE.
OAIHTAl., 4 1UO.OOO!
i (ciu'ial Uiiukiiii,' l.iislness
TIMJ.M, vVr. II V I.IjI DAV
jNTEIUntiSE SAVING HANK.
K.XTLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS hAMl.
'j mos w. UA;,I,lnA, ,
Oiii.ii.fi cia! Avciiiti' .mil Kit; 111 Ii
OA I IIO, I ,1.
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II. W.'il.i.S, t:.iri,Kr. I T. J.Ii'-r'L. Ac-'.
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1'cter Ne;t ' A nli rn U ,,.,..
r, M l.Merlo'i " I '. ). I' itiei ''
A. It'l'ier... " I II We! '
J. V. .'le'!ii,n, t al'-d'Hiiii.
1 ..KNiiifA :. H ANKI.V. Id's I s.-S ,'i h.
tx.:han" ro!d an". liD'iu'M. IM -r fl 'u I 'I
the avinif liepart meijl . oii'v! ,( iik u.u.I-- l-
h'iii,i-i-- pr"np:iy alien i..i u .
J .1. E. STUONO,
12'J Ctiiniiicriial Ave, Cairo, ill.
v AlOH. ELECTI'.O-VAI'UH aN SI KDiC A 1'r.l
anti lii'-ii-red dal.y.
A ady In alien. '.iu;ce.
P M. IIAK15ELL, M. I).
Or r'.Ch Ens' !d C un nerciu! . l.elovi 8ti H.
( ;t' ro. 1 11 nois.
It V. VV. '.VHITI.i'CK.
0. I'AUSDNS, M j).,
OCULIST AND AURIST
OKKIC i i.'i'y Dr'ii! S'orn Car'iondale, I!!
1 f W
i .i .i
and Clothing House
A full Una of card aamplea of
C will bo found wiu.
... LiiB urrar nirrn rrnriiia B.i-k
OHO. O. CHRISTaMAN,
ksbbssseih sxaMsstotssa casta
l'Vela, preiiiuliili) tlecny
and fmiiiro to pi rlorm IHe'a
tlullea pniiirrlyaia ociiwd liy
i'" e. iii'imim vl ymiili, I'd',,
Mill llnd a ii, rfnet anil lanlii il
rem or,1 1 lull t, I I'ollllt lienllll
mid 1 liriil'oni I'limhiiiiil In
" V CVVVTHl- Ki AI'ljTUri ROLUS.
i ' i I ''o' Ne,Hl'-r H'Mlill' ll lll'll'!lllK Hilt
sflia I1' "', l'i"inini"tilH. 'I 'ii.lfi'.'iiiiiuiii ii
J'li li.il Ii'imiv iMiiiuTnritiltf
lncra.Illl llerrimo in n nil pini't llipfjiii-m,
Heir nnl (lli-i-rt nii'lhoda an I nl-n1i;li' tliim
uuclim-aa. l ull inhir nnilnn and Tiualiku frum
AiiilreiH I nnaiilllnK I'hynlrlnti of
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 46 W.14th St., Nt'w Yurk.
ayl) f.'ii .'.'Urvl.
-i t-s... :.' c .i... . . A'. - .'. .
Look lor tlie li(!il Lilit,
Hi )eli:.un 5H Ol.t.i I'Vi;.'. tf
Huwi'tt u iii ni;ij ly )'' ti with tla1' lii-Ht
0 Hti'i'h in tlic ciiy. tf
L'niier ilitt uiispii'i b of tin; weinnu'a club
am) lilir-ii t iih-iii i iMiiii : Cluhii in nil p(iiiit
inj, Mrc. (. l'inlii'i';cliiis in wopiJ -curving,
li'iiiiimicil lims'', repiiti-i-c, iniiili'liiit; ann
ptcliin', .Mrs. F. K"Ihijii yt-r. Fur tifinis
auil Imurs upjily toitljuvij imine I tfii lu rp).
1 1 Out 1
PI itc ytmr oriJira with Htwi-tt fur
Oyaicra upil Fiali. tf
All lii'irt (.uvM'il mi I hIp.V' '1 cj jirchs
sliinylcn ut L'nniHs'rr ii ltict! M inul'ictiir
in.; Cu, ti.r iJ'J."iO -f tli'iiHvui. tf
For a fioi it Mfal
oi i yiM't num, ii to D. IiiUu'a, 5'J Ohio
Aii Ai,twpr Wanted
('nil ny (uiu I'tiiu U- h fuse nf KiilliOV
or L'.ver ciiipl tint tint li e! rio UitteM
will n"t sjn-fijily euro'' Wu S'iy t!uy cm
nut, hs.'lious'ti.ili ut' c: s.'S iilreii ly permit
i.enily curi' l hi ,1 w In nf: il tily n c itniiM'i.d
inif Eli( trie liitti ry, prove, J Ji ii Ii t V
'lintHM', iliiiln Ii h, w t-Jik Ii k )', cr uny uriiinr)
coinpiniiit tpiii kly cured. They puiil'y the
liloml, T' k'ulitc td" li.'Wei-', htnl hi t ihrect
ly cm the ilj.et i puts. Every liott'i; yuir
Hiitecl. F"r s tle h' fiOc. h I) ittlo hy Htrrlny
Fur the I!e-t Oysters,
l;o to I)e Ellin's, TjO O.'iio liVee.
H-iveli's Oyster D.-pot is un Eiifhth
-trt.'ft. oi'i; dour e ht of Commercial. if
A lawyer's Opinion of interest to all
.1. A. Tuwney, E 'j, aleidin' uttoriiey
"I Wini'iii, Minn., w lites : "After u-intr it
fur mure thm three vt 'ir, I t.ike treat
l.'eit-urc in s it li'j (Im! I regard Dr. KinV
Ni tv Dtsei'V, ry I' t rutumption, as tie
tiiht n iii' ily in the ivi rM ur cnu.'hs hint
(Ids. 1 1 h '-i,( ver tailed tot tire the nm-i
S'-vi te colds I have I, ltd, nnj inVHriuOly re
in v'a the pain ri the chest."
Tii'.l i"t'les of this BUT'1 cure for ail
! r nt itnd ItinL' ilieites ni'iv he h id free
it liirc nv l!i s' dru; ct"r". Ltre f,iz',
0i"ii Lay ami Njflit.
)i lliii.n ' rift iuiiii t, ,'fj Ohio levee.
idicKU ii - Arnica alve
I i.e ', i-t S'tlve !n the world for Cuts,
'..i i , S ires, l.'ii i rs, .mU Itheutn, Fevci
:, 'lettt-r, Chapped Hniids, CliiHiluins.
'.iM-.itiid all Sl;in Eruptions, ami positive!
firi s, 1'iles, It i jf'iHr.'futeetl t five per
'err s i'.ii'f.tf.tion, or noney refuridtd. Price
.'"i cents per hi x For sale by Hurclaj
ir itlit rs.
Only the Hi's- llianil oftijbters,
' ! UtU'iV, .'iij Oli in levee. tf
One of ti.i) Ji'lii"U' S' roof, i.f the Vul'le
I Ki'.i.ey-W'crt ns a rrmedy furalloia-
a.'.es ut the kidip s, l.ver and liowles, is
he I'ift that itisuiitl an 1 prescribuil h
"reejuPir" plis'ci,'tiis. Philip C. llillou, M.
D., of .Moiikton, Nt , sits: "I'"keithll in
ill, it is the mi'bt successful remedy I have
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
oil' --r to send I)'. Die's Voltaic Holt and
Appliance on in d,l'or thirty days, to men,
Id "fyiing, alll etc 1 Willl lp rVOlH dfhill-
ty l"St vitality and kindred trouble. See
advtititemet t ii) this paper. 3
Why do you sulL-r with baikichc, piin
.u the chest, rheumatism or Umeness any
where when a Hop Piaster will t-urely give
you relief. Dni'i.-ts sell them, 2.1c. 10
;"D it Youiself. With Diaiii'tid
D)t s any l i ly can get us g"tnl results as
t ie bet prai t c il dyer. Every dye war
, anted ti ue to iiaun and aiup!e' lOcrnt
it ilttni;its Wills, Richardson Si Co.,
Ujtht gt.'ii, Vt.
I'lieaii hoiui's in ArUansn an. I Tt'san
Along the lit e of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hid way, Texas nno
I'citie K ill Any mil International me
Great Northern Riilrond, nre thousaipfs o
icn s of tee fhoict'i't t iiuiitig and gnz.t.i.
'ai lis in the woi I, ranging in prio linn
to fJOO and ,f .1.1.10 er acre, in a
iieulthy country, with climate iim-uiprfcsiil
for salubrity and c-mfort. Send your ad
dries to the undcrMuncd for a copy ol sir
tieiies oftrops inised in Arkamas ami Tc.xa
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go t.t.
see for yours'dfwlKii you learn that the ci"
f ir ;ns3 is ,')() per cent larger than that
1882. To those piiich isiiig land owned h
tlie Company, and paling one fouith, nin'
hair, or all cash, a proportionate rebate i
allowed f"i money paid fortieket.' orl'rei Ii'
over th" Conn nnies lines,
II. C. ToWN-KM). Gi'li'l P'iss. Alft.
St. L "ins. M.i.
I'or the Cure oi Coughs, Colikrj
IloarscnPS!', I'-ront liitiUlroun, Indu-H
cna, Ai'.tlnna, Wlioojiing Cotipli, In- j
ciiiicnt Cc'isuintiiion ainl for tl'.o ro-3
licfofctj'1 ..iinitivcpcr"(itisiit advan-Il
rntl Mnj:'cr,td the l Ji -.c. 1 pri-alc
hv nil I )rii'"ii;t'j.-.-Pi ii'f . e CVtilu
Many persons nro taking advantage ot th
low rutes to visit St. Louis ttnd Kaunas
City. Outnolnjr, trains are carrying extra
carM ht'itvlly laden, The hopes which
were entertained of an imrcemcnt hcttveen
t!iu Eastern roads to restore east hound
rates yesterday were dissipated by the
non-arrival of General Pusscnacr Agent
Lord, of the Ea.tlmoro and Ohio, to at
tend the proposed meeting of General
Passenger Agents, (hving to his absence
the conference fell through.
Ek ii.moM), Va., November 12. Thu
marriage (f Miss Pearl Tyler, daughter
of ox-President Tyler, which takes place
next week in the Cathedral lu this city,
will be the llr.st Instance in the history of
the church in Virginia of a Protestant be
ing married In a Citholic Church. Miss
Tyler made special application to tins
Pope to he allowed this privilege, and the
matter was referred to liishop Mean, who
granted the: rerpu st, upon the ground
that the lady being the daughter of a
President of the I'nltetl States, bore the
same relation io the church constituency
that tlie nubility of Europe docs to the
The Situation At Sabinas Illdalo.
Nt'iiv.i L.uiKoi), Mi x., November 12.
Meager Intelligence yesterday from In
terior Mexican cities Indicate that every
thing Is quiet at Salllllo and liiistametite,
but the populace at Sabinas Hidalgo Is
still under arms, anticipating another at
tack from tin-military who are lying on
the outskirts of the town. It Is not
known yet how many citi.eiis were killed
1n the riots at Sabinas Hidalgo.
Heports from a large number of Mexi
can towns and cities are to the effect that
the Mexicans are greatly pleased at the
m-ws of Cleveland's flection. They were
unanimous In regarding lilaiue as inimi
cal to Mexican Interests. A better feeling
between the two republics Is certain to
follow Cleveland's Inauguration.
Brighton Beach Races.
Ni:w YoitK, November 12. There was u
large crowd at lirlghton yesterday. The
weather was clear, while the track was In
First Ilacc Two-vear-ohls;
longs: Miller, lir-t;' John Y
Bahama, third. Time, 1:17 1-:
Second liace All ages; one mile:
King Leon, ilr.-t; tlarlleld, second: Cen
tennial, third. Time, 1:44 3-L Mutual
Third Kace Handicap for all ages;
one and one-eighth miles: Farewell, llrst;
Hlizzard, second; Li..ie Mack, third.
Time, 1:57 1-4. Mutual paid Ssii.i'.o.
Fourth llaee All ages; live furlong-;:
Herbert, lir-t; Mcdu-a, second: Ilalta
zar, third. Time, 1 :015 1-2. Muluals
Fifth Kace Welter weights, over live
hurdles; mile and one quarter: Welling
ton, llrst; Jim MeGowen, second; Geo.
McCullotigh, third. Time, 2:20 1-4.
Mutuals paid 831.70.
Saved by a Foul.
At iit'siA, Mk., November 12. A light
with hard gloves look place on one of the
Islands In Cobbassee Lake yesterday
forenoon between Marcellus liaker, of
Huston, and Mike Harry, of Portland.
There were to have been four rounds, but
at the end of the third, the tight was
given to Harry on a foul, though It Is said
he could not have come up again. There
were about thirty persons present.
Mrs Storey's Best Shot.
CiiK'Aoo, Ii.r.., November 12. A sensa
tion was created lu the Probate Court
this afternoon when counsel for Mrs.
Storey produced, upon order of the
Court, a will dated August 10th, 17'J (at
which time the late journalist was in full
possession of his senses), which Is even
more favorable to the widow than the
one of lssi, which is now being fought
over. This will probably load to the
abandonment of the coutest.
Fire In a School House.
Lynn, Mash., November 12, Fire was
ill-covered yesterday lu the Ingersoll
School-house, In the several departments
of which tiOO pupils attend. It provi
dentially happened that the lire occurred
during the recess, when most of the
scholars were outside. The seventy-live
remaining children were marshaled by
teachers through the blinding smoke
down the stairway, and ull were saved.
Fatal Quarrel Over the Election.
Hhowxsvii.i.k, Ti'.X., November 12.
Information just received from Edin
burgh, Hidalgo County, gives u meager
account of a serious dilliculty In that
place, growing out of the election. It
appears that County Judge T. M. Rhodes
refused to make uu official count, which
it was claimed would materially change
the local result, and thereupon recourse
was had to arms, and the shooting be
came general. Two men were killed ouw
right, and several wounded. Hostilities
have been temporarily suspended, but are
likely to be resumed any time.
Gone Over to the Majority.
iNPiAXAfoi.is, Imi,, November 12,
Ex-Senator McDonald denounces us false
the Interview purporting to have been
held with him Monday, In which he was
niado to say that the Democrats were too
premature in claiming a victory, and hu
timatlug a weakness of backbone on his
An Outrage On an Editor,
Cl.l'.Vici.AND, O,, November 12. A spec
ial to the 'n'n from Warren, Ohio, says:
"Three nuusked men broke Into the room
of Editor Lane of the Warren Urmormt,
bound and gagged him, and stole u largo
uiuount of money. They then tore his
clothes Into shreds and otherwise mal
treated him, und smashed things general
ly. No clue to the villains.
Judge Wells Resigns.
Wasiii.nhto.v, 1). C, November 12.
Hon. II. Ci. Wells, of Michigan, presiding
judge of the Court of Commissioners of
Alabama claims, has tendered his resigna
tion, Judge Wells for some time, owing
to Ill-health und advancing years, has
been unable to attend the sessions of the
Placed In the Government Insane
Wahhiniiton, 1). C, November 12.
Secretary Teller yesterday, upon the
order of the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict, directed Colonel Hurnsldc, Into dis
bursing clerk of the Post-olllcu Depart
ment, now under Indictment for ciiili.'.
.lenient of Government funds, to be
placed In the Government Insane Asylun
Died of Lockjaw,
Nfw Yo'.iic, November 12. Frederick
II. Hamlin, Deputy Commissioner of
Public Works, who was recently thrown
out of his carriage, died this morning
l-'li-o In Jersey City.
New Yoiik, November 12. James
Develln's charcoal establishment, Charles
Holds & Sou's cooper shop, Ural Carey's
Iron foundry and some lumber and rosin
belonging to Colgate & Co., soap manu
facturing company, burned lu Jersey City
last night. Loss, 100,000,
Killed by a Fussing Train.
Lapi:i:i!, .Mich., November 12. Mrs.
Emily Hart, of Lapeer, wife of a prom
inent attorney, was killed by a train on
the Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway In
this city this morning. She was attempt
ing to drive a cow off the track, when the
traiu struck her.
The Mayor of Portland Indicted.
Poitn.AMi, Oiti:., November 12. Dr. J.
A. Chapman, Mayor of Portland, has been
Indicted by the Grand Jury on a charge of
bribery. It is alleged that the Mayor ac
cepted a money consideration In appoint
ing different persons to certain otlices
under the City Government. 1'ondswero
furnished and the Mayor spared the hu
miliation of going to jail. Yesterday he
was arraigned and allowed one week to
Mino. Victoria Huelskamp.
Nkw Youif, November 12. Manager
Amberg of the Thalia Theater has en
gaged Mine. Victoria Huelskamp, ueo
Morossinl, for a short concert bcuson.
Mine. Huelskamp was tried by the con
ductor of Mr. Amberg's orchestra, who
ascertained that she had a good voice
and gave hope of being a very line artist.
She w ill appear in this city within a short
TWO MOKK ENUINEKtfsj KILLUU.
Three Lives Lost In a Collision of Two
Trains on the O. & M.
Pax a, III., November 12. In a dense
fog yesterday morning a wild engine run
ning on the time of a northwest bound
freight train on the branch of the Ohio
and Mississippi Railroad, caused a fright
ful collision live miles northwest of here.
Loth engineers and the llivmau of the
freight were killed.
Another Railroad Engineer Fatally
Scalded. Vinckxmcs, I., November 12. Tho
second section of the Ohio & Mississippi
fast mail traiu which leaves here at mid
night for Cincinnati was derailed outside
of the city limits this morning. It was
tLi! work of a tramp who threw tho
switch. The engine, mail car and two
baggage cars were wrecked. Fairbanks,
the engineer was fatally scalded. The
tli'emau escaped. A tramp who was steal
ing a ride was also dangerously hurt.
Grain and Provisions.
W KDXK.-DAY, NOVKMIUJlt 1.', lsM,
Cotton Steady; mi. Idling, sg 1iV4'.
ri.oui! sternly ; XXX. to clioice, f.!.;M'u;.15 ;
WiiKvr VVenker; No. !Ht'd,74,.'ii74'io; No.
3 lied, C.r)S'"t''7l.)(;.
l'oHN-llli:lier; No. 2 tnl.xed.-'lO'. Il'4f; No.
2 tt lllte llllieil, 41e.
(Urs Meit.lv; No. 2, 2ti'e.
1ft K Kirni; So. J. s' iii,..
T'lliiecK firm; lilt'.; common' tn rlmleo,
i',.n,i;i in.iNi; lenf ; common red leaf, 7.50'a le.
on: medium to pood, .f.i.no tfl7.no.
Hay rriilrie, !i.:,ii(i ln..'n for prime toelioieo
new; clover mixed, 7.nii,i 10. mi for common to
prime; prime new timothy, f'.i.UU'a ll.noji fun.
cy, IJ.oo a i:',.(M.
Hi ri l it steady ; choice to fnnev creamery,
27 ;;nc; dairy, choice to fancy, 20'ijle.
Ki, os Higher; liesli stock, l'.iaJde, per
I'oriTiii'.s Klrm for choice; common dull;
common to choice, ja;l,'ie.
1'ohk Hull ; new mens, Jlll.'J.Va i:i..'iO.
I. , I! 1 1 (,n let ; prime steam, ti', a 7c.
IIm'hn I.om,", si.e; shorts svs','e; clear
rltis, s a s',e, all packed.
W ool. Tuli w alie', clioleo, 2'c; fair. 27c;
it in try and low, 22-u2.-ie. rnwaslieil choice
medium, 20a jn',e; poml nveno medium, IS
'ii i.ie: selected llht line, 17 a lie; tiood liver
ice, ld'u I7e; heavy, I fa pic; t'omliini?, (piiir-ti-r
blood, Jil'a Ju'jt ; coinhini,', low grades, u
IIipm Steady and firm: dry Hint, 7e;
damnum, 14c; hulls or stilus Hint, Ihc; salt
ed, He; thin stock, fie. tlreen salted. He;
(lnuumcd, 7c; veal calf skins, 11','c; hulls or
stuns, lie; j.'1'eeii uni. urt-d, 7 j 7'4f ; damaireil,
S',c; tflue, :(e.
MIKKl I'l-. l.l si I Mill ; ineen.Mla't'iOe; dry, do,
4.'ie; jrrci'ii shearlings, InaiWe.
Will- it Firmer; No. 2 lied, liecember,
si V: .Iaiiiinry,s4c; February, sile; .March, sse:
iikn Higher; November, fii ',; Deeoniber,
4 ! ' ' j - i January, 17 ,c; l-ehrnary, 47',e;.Miiy,
oils Firmer; November, :i."ic; December,
WnK it Wither; November, 72'.,c; Decem
ber, "J'c; January, 7l',a71'4e; February,
7.i'e; .May, S,e,
Coitv Firmer; November, l.'I'j'c; December,
:!!'ic; year, :('.'.,(; January, ;w.',ej Slay,
i its Firmer ; November, 2i!e; December,
2iie; year, '.'He ; .May, 2'.ie,
1'oilli Weaker; year, 1113; Junuary,
tll.a-J',; February, Jll.U'i.
I. Aim Weaker; Soveuiber, fii.02 ',' ; Deeem
ber, $il.sii; January, .fii.Hl ; February, $tl.H.V
Montr Kims November, fii.77', ; January,
1,'i.sji, ; February, p.W,
Live Stock Markets,
Hons lleeelids, :!ii,(Hl; fairly active; lllo to
1,1c lower; Unlit, f t.ooa l.iiu; romrh pneUlnir.
l. Inn I. tn; heavy packing and shipping fl.45
'u I. si).
I ll l l.lt lleeelpts, 11,5110; weak; Illo to 20o
lower; exports, Vt.(Kiuil.ii,'i; Intetlor to good
mii:i;p lleeelpts, ,.,0(io; lower; common to
Hood J2.UD'u I.IHI,
('Artt.n sinadv; good to choice steers,
ii.liiiii.7l; fair to medium, $l.4fl'i,V2A,
MlKM'ANii I, amiis Market dull; medium
to KOodslieeplrom !) In HI Dim. .Vl.lil a J.IHI; good
to choice, ( in ui' ii u 1 1 lambs, l.sori4.!H),
lloos i.oii'l to choice Hurkci's and fair
hiilehors' grades, l.WdS.Oj,
kinsas cn v.
Ca i l l.n lieeelpts, 4 ,000 head ; native ship
ping nominally il shado blither; others
steady; ranger st runner; exports, $ii' li.a.l ;
oinl to choice mIiI p pi nix, $,'i.,Mi'n,v.ini: common
to medliun, .'I'afi.ln; feeders, $a.7.Vn I..'I0; cows,
S.'.'iO'iiil.ao; grass Texas steers, fl.'JO'u'UJO ; Col
orado half hl'eeils, $l.ll'ii4.ttl.
lions Uoeelpts, a.jiKi lieiid; opened higher,
eloaed lower; lots '.'7n to 2n2 I lis. average,
tl.lilw.Vfilt; extremes, tfl.IW'a 1.7,1.
snKi.e Iti'i i'ipts, i,::nn head ; good muttons
wuiitt'il; fair to good dairy, .fi.W,
Money and Stock Market.
New YoitK, November I.'. Money easy at
2'i tier cent. Fxelniiiit" tli'iu. (iivernments
Ilrm ; eiii relieV, il's, Un bid ; 4 s, coupon, 11
hid; I''h, do, lid' bid. At the opmilngof tho
tut kel I here w as coiisl'leralile pressure to
sell, mid selllnir eonliniied with little or no
intermission ihiriou I lie lli'si. hour, with the
pilnelpnl pressni'" dlrecled HTillnst tho
uifin'is. All crl he II fat hour there wns a
number of support Inn orders placed In tho
market, These, lnucHicr with the bidding
up by Hie bull ello'ios hat caused a ahnrp rn
eove'iy. At the hour ol willing pileea are
i ,',' ' -.
A Hungry rython'n Breakfast.
"This Is tho follow who gobbled up
tho kitton," said Mr. Burns, of No. 115
Roosevelt streor, as he pullod a bor In
to tho middle of tho storo and carefully
lifted tho lid. A largo python lay con
tontodly coilod up in tho bottom and
lazily lifted his head and blinked at the
observers, whllo a numbor of monkeys
who had splod his snakcshln from a
couplo of cages began jumping wildly
from Bido to sldo und set up an un
earthly screoching, in which some throe
hundred parrots and cockatoos hearti
ly joined. A black cat that had cau
tiously crept up and snill'od tho box
lumped her back thickened hor tail,
"That's tho mother of tho kitten that
tho snako ate," addod Mr. Burns. Tho
python was a splondid specimen of bis
kind. Ho was over twenty foet la
length and ten inches thick. The kit
ten must havo been pretty well digest
ed, for there was no nbnormal bunch
in tho snake's body to indicate whero
it lay. Mr. Burns recoived this and
two other African pythons two days
ago, and neglected to nail down tuo
lid of the box that hold the East India
snake. In tho morning, after tho arri
val of tho snakes, when ho ontered tho
storo he noticed tho old black cat walk
ing about as if in soarch of somothin:
aud mowing pitifully. Ho suspoctoi
that something was wrong, and soon
after discovorod that tho python had
made his escape from tho box. He
found him at last coiled up in an emp
ty barrel in tho roar of tho storo. Ho
was in a bad humor, and mado a dash
at Mr. Burns, but tho latter was too
quick for tho reptile, and soizod it by
tho neck. "Tho fellow thon tried, to
coil himself around mo and givo me a
squeeze," ho said, "but I know how to
handle theso animals, and didn't givo
him a chance. I put him into his box
and shut down tho lid. Ho is quiet
enough now, and will remain so until
ho gets hungry again."
Tho other two pythons pro smaller
nnd their bodios are of a darker color.
Mr. Burns gontly shook one box and
tho snako raised his hoad, darted out
his forked tongue, mado two or threo
crooks in his neck, and gazed steadily
at tho reporter. "He's going to mako
a grab at you," said Mr. Burns, and
slammed down tho lid, "I know whoa
theso fellows moan mischief. Do they
bite hard? Well, they can draw con
siderable blood, aud their bite smarts.
I've boon bitten several times and havo
hail two or threo tight squoezos, bat I
grab them around tho throat and thon
1 know just how they intend to coiL
They cat't fool mo now any more."
iVcto York Times.
Mr. George Andrews, wMchman B. C. R.
& N. K. II. Co., Waterloo, Iowa, whs cured
of severe rheumatism by tho use of St. Ja
cobs Oil, the magical paiu-cure.
A Girl's Swim.
Tho following is tho substance of a
conversation of an "old trader" bo
tweou Queensland and somo of tho
Polynesian groups: Thoro might bo
Bomo forty schooners go out on an av
erage in the courso of a year to somo
part or other of tho southern seas.
Money is not yet understood by most of
tho islanders, though they aro begin
ning to t.-iko particular uotico of it.
What they generally get Is tobacco,
pines, calico, American axes, knives,
etc. Sometimes, too, I fancy tho
"b.iys" we get aro sold to us by others
who have captured them, and aro glad
to get something for them. In a few
instances wo pick up pooplo who aro
running away from enemies. This Is
not common, but 1 remember ono caso.
Tho boats wcro lying oil' an island in
tho usual way, tho first closo by tho
beach with tho "cover" boat a little
way behind it, when a beautiful young
womau plunged olf a point of rock iuto
tho surf, and, afier diving under tho
heavy breakers, reached tho smooth
water and soon had hold of tho gun
wale of tho lirst boat und sprung on
board. In mako and shape she was
ono of tho finest specimens of tho hu
man race 1 havo over seen; her feat
ures small and excoodingly regular,
her eyes almost black, with long,
black lashes, and she had beautiful
hands and feet. Her hair was all
shaved, with the exception of ono tuft
of long hair on tho crown of tho hoad,
which was rolled up tight iu a small
tuft. Shu was iu a perfect stato ot
nudity, and us alio sat thoro unabashed,
with her hands raised to her head ar
ranging her tuft, sho was tho most
graceful creature I ever saw.
While sitting in tho stern sheets of
the boat, which was fast distancing tho
shore, she was casting anxious looks
back to the spot from which sho had
leaped, aud of a sudden hor eves
brightened up, aud there was a smile,
that had some sort of devilment in it,
playing over hor face, causod by her
having caught sight of her pursuors,
threo Tu number, with bow and arrow
iu hand. Tho foremost of them went
down on his right knee, and tho girl
motioned tho men to look out, and bo
fore he could taKO his aim tho boat's
sail wns run half way up tho mast, and
was a protection for all in tho boat.
The sail had not been more than a few
minutes up beforo sevoral arrows
pierced it, aud struck there. This was
a signal for tho boat's crew to solzo
their Snider ritles, and the lirst shot
causod tho lirst man to roll over, and
the others instantly took to the bush,
ami no more was soon of them. Vro
lauded our fugilivo safely on tho ship's
deck, und she was supplied with cloth
ing, nnd soon at home with othor fe
male recruits ou board. Vail Mail Oa-
I)o You Waut to Buy a Fine
Silver rioted Castku,
Silver Tlatod Butter Dish,
Silver Plated Knikk,
Slim Plated Icb Pn'CHEn,
Silver Plated Cur,
Silver Plated Ooulkt,
Silver Plated Cakb Stakd,
Silver Tinted Bunny Bowl,
Silver Plated Tka Bet I
If so, it will pay you to send six cents for
postage for the magnificently illustrated
CHtiiloi'ue nf the
MERMOD & JACCAUD JEWELRY CO.,
fourth and L-crst St., St. Lotus, Mo.,
And lonrn nt what low pricri they sell tho
bcHiid'ul foods thoro illustrated.
Wiisn in St. Louu Caix oa TniK. (4)