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St. Louis and Chicago.
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ball, Louisville, Iiirllunaoolia ami j n Hint,
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Arriving In St Lonla li:l." p. m.,atnl ronuectli.,
fur nil poliits Weal.
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For Ht. Louis anil ('htragn, arrlvlnii at Nt. Lmi'.
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tir at Illinois Central Kailrnad Depot, Cairo.
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time to tlm' In rllv pnper.. Ctiat fC o'n ni .
eord'iicly. W'M. .. Ml'KI'IH I'. M
Electric Appliance ar ter.t on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YCUN3 OR OLD,
WHO ar .uf7.'Hnu fmm NaRvori PrmiiTT,
l.o.T VlTAMTY, I.HCX lit NK'IVIC KoH. ADD
Viuua. Wi.tnts WKiaMisKar and ml tbo-.e ilim'an i
of a pax.oMiL KaTi'Hi fmiltlnti fi.nn Aiirtm, .nj
ithrh t'r.aa. Hiiewly relief an-l roniplH r-!
ration nr HAi.Tn, loonaml Mi'OiiK 'iii.i'tiusvKKa
Th nr.ndfut iiia-"Try nf th Nin't-"r.tli Century,
lundatuiiue fur llluatratdl'iimhl.'i freu. Ad.lP'M
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
Zrs f DR. f ,
I BEFOREV- AND -AFTER 1
QAIR0 OPERA 110 ESE.
OCT. 1 ,7 tt 18.
Grau's English Opera Company!
In Htran.i' .Vu.tcrp' K,
"Quooii'm l. moo Iliind kroroliief,"
and tliu Now York Calno'a a nt tod K"ialuit
"LITTIjK Dl 3KE."
With tba fol'owlui! Great Ciiat
MIHS BKHHIK OltKV, for
Orau'. Opera Company.
MISS I1KLKN t'OOI'EH, 1
MISS AMY IIAKVKY, lata
Oper i Com any,
Mil. JtiH I'lI OHKENHKE' I
York Cawln. and New tork Op
Mil. MAX KMi M N. lite of I
MK. KLOENE HAltV'r.Y.lat
Coin par ,
M (. II. II. YV I.DO. Into 0
Opura Company, and otbera.
f Popular Artlata:
;o 8caona with
H of New York
'Hljon Opera hona.
)f Fay Tompleton
)RK, late of New
ili e'n Opur Co.
ot McCuull Opera
f Catherine Lewla
Superb Chorus an d (Orchestra
HANS KRESSIO, Mus cal Director.
('yK' aerved acata. Parqne tta and Parqnettt!
f'trrlH. Il.iai; Urea. Circle. 75. Admic.loii ,'. rX
and cent.. Keaerved aeata an titlu at liudcr'f
(JAIR0 OPERA I0USE.
Ono Niulit Only.
TlIUItSDAY, NOV. 20
Therirst Tfroat Compi my this Season
will apiiear in t his city.
Mammoth 3Iiu .strels
Zoua 'e Cadets.
1 hli popnlar company, .tron far and b tter than
ever, c.iiipD.ed of the he.t mi n re) 'aleut availa
ble, prereutli s uumhenefa Dew novelties.
The Nest Comedians.
Vocalists, Siecinlis :s,
Dancers, Mid-' rlen and
Musicians in the J'rofession
look Out to i to id Parade at 12
( ryAilraUaion, M an1 cent.. Gk'.lery, 85
Ceula. eat4 secured at Dudt r'a.
J'liE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Ofl.'airo, IV .inoia.
71 OHIO LE VKE.
fJAl-TL'AL, Ml 00,000!
ii General lSankiiiir liusjness
THO.S, W.ll VI,UUiAY
NTi:ia'iusi: saving ijax k.
KXCLVMVKLY A SAVl.NUS IiA Iv.
yjios w. iiA:Jiai:,v ,
LM! A.! JVi K:
Ooiimici'cial Aveinii' and Eighth St.'cct
OA tWO. ILLS.
K. UHtiriS, l're.ident. I 1. NitKP. VlCf I'ro.'nl
II. A'bLl.S, C.iblilT. I T. J. Kerth. Af.'i cnli
I )i ! v"rt i
. I'ro. m l H'ro I William Kimo, ,?:.irc
IVierNefl ' William Wolf.... '
l . M tl.terloh " I C. . 1'aller "
hi A . Under " I II. Well. '
,1. V. I'lem'Mii. 4?a!eiliii).
A 'iENKUAL HANKING HVSlNBnS illiNK.
KxchaimK .old Htnl ho'lirlil . I n teru. t paii :i
lie saviliK liepartmolit. Co, lections u.uile vort
all h l.ilie.i pniiupl. alteiu'e l Ic.
1" It 0 Kli S SIONAL CAKDs"
J )U. J. E. STKONU,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAI'Oll. KLECTKO VAPOII and MEDICATED
A ,ady In atteinluiicv.
. IIAUKELL. M. I).
OKFICE-En.l Side Commercial, liulow 8tb 8t.
Cm Iro. Ill iiola,
f)H. E W. WUITLOCK,
frus No. T.1 Cnrtm ncial Aviitm:. U-iiwei't,
rt"'i mil Ntiii st.opt.
G. PAKSONS, M. 0.,
OCUUST AND AUKIST.
OFKICS-Cliy Druii Sturo. Carliondalo, 111.
V A T E N T S,
I'avioti., IIn-L.tie. and TrKdt'-M.rli soruvd. snrl
nil oilier patent rau.es in ilic I alent Office ami
linri.ri! the Coi.ins promptly nn.1 carefully allended
I'pnn receipt of model r sketch of Invention, 1
Piikii careful examination, uiitl ailvlsu id to
tiHleiitalillltv l''ree of Charuu.
KUKM MOD Kit TK, anil I tiniko NO CIIAHGK
t'NLKHS PAT K NT IS Nr.ctlKKI) Inlortnatlon,
advice and special refer nce sent on nppllctillon
J. H, 1.1 1 Tl- I.L, Waihltititou, U. U,
Near IT. H, l'ateut OIUcu.
OAIUO BULLETIN ; TUESDAY MUUNINO, NOVEMBEK 18, 1884.
Look for the Red I.iffht,
at DcH.iuu'a OU Ohio Ittvett.
Ilewutt curt supply yt.u with the Lcht
Oy Htcrs in the. city. tf
Under the auspices of tlio woinun's club
and library ttHHiicittiKin : Claoit in oil pniut
nn, Mrs. O Fislu-r ; cl asn in wond-carving,
hatnmcreil branH, rcpnusHc, inoilclins; and
etching, Mrs. P. KotHtiitycr. For terms
ami hours apply toubovu name J teachers.
Place your orders
Oysters and Pish.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to Deli .tin's, 50 Ohio
Very Kemarkahle Becovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: l,My wile has been almost
helpless for Ave years, bo helplt sh that nhe
duld not turn over in bed alone. Hhe used
two buttles of. Electric BilttrH, hnii i so
much improved, that the is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Hitters will do nil that is claimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonial" attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottle at linrclav Bros. (2)
For the Ite.-t Oysters,
go to DeBhun's, 50 Ohio levee.
tfla the Diamond Dvea torn rolorinr.
is Kiven than in any known dyes, and they
kitk muici nuu mure uniiiant colors. IOC
at all druittrifitB. Wells, ichardsmn & Co.,
liurlingtoii, Vt. Sample Card, 32 colors,
and book of directions for 2o. stamp.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Emhth
street, one door east of Commercial. tf
hucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
iiruises, Sores, Ulcers, Bait Hheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia (fuaraiiteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'i't cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Open Day and Siht.
DcBaun's rest.urRi.t, 30 Ohio levee.
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Edit, r nf Pt. Wayne,
led., "Gazette, " w-rites "For the pust live
years have nlwaya u-ed Dr. Kinir's New
Di-covery, for couuhs of most severe ch ir
acter, ns well as for those of a milder type.
It never ftils to (fleet a speedy cure. My
triend to whom I hive recommended it
speak of it in fame high terms, ilavieg
been cured by It of every cough I have had
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure for roughs, ddds, etc." Call
at Birolay Bros.'Drutr Store and pet a Free
j riai Dome. L,arge size f i.oif, (3)
Only the Best Brand of oysters,
at IXB.tuu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Fair Offer.
The VulUie Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich ,
Uter to send Dr. Dye s Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty uays, to men, olJ and yoang, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many tuner oiseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
The M' p Plasters have a wonderful sale,
aiulwhj? Bectuse thev cure bckaehe.
stiff joints, pain in the sdde and all soreness
inanypaiN People appreciate them. Any
uruggibi, s-j cis.
Advice to Mothers.
Are VOU disturbed at ni.dit nnil 1,- ! n
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying wnn pain ot cutting teeth II so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low s Mouthing Myrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the noor littl
at'ly. Depend utmn it. pinthfrs. tin. iv
no inisiiiKe aiioiit it. It cures dysentery and
diarrha'ii. reoulates the stnm neli iiiwl liiuv.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, te-
luces iniiainiiiatioi), and gives tone and
nery to the wholo svKtem Mr Yi.,u.
low's Soothincr Syrup for Children Teethinu
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cer.ts a bottb.
T.ct tor Than Diamonds
and of greater v ilue than line L'old is a
irreat tonic and nnovatr like Kidney
Wort. It expells all poisonous humors
Irom the blond, tones up the system and by
acting directly on the most inpmtnnt or
gans of the body stimulates them to healthy
action and restores health. It has effected
many marvelous cures and for all kidney
d seases and other kindreil troubles it H an
or the Cure ot Coughs. Colds.ii
enza, Asthma, Whoopinpr, Coupli, In
cipient Consumption and for the xs
1 ic f o f cor , m pt i vc pc no ns i n a 1 van
ted frtnpcs of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists Price, 25 Cents.
MM ' - -ni' " inp
PULL DOWN YOUR VEST!
Tho Cry Raiaod by tho Anti-Dour-bona
In tho Missouri
War-Democrats, Groenbickers, Prhibi-tion-DjmocratB
and Eepublioans to
Oombiiie Aeainst Souator Vest.
The Scheme Not Likely to Come
Anything For Want of a Suita
Jskfkr.son Cn v, Mo., November 17.
Since the official returns ou the coining
Missouri Legislature have been published,
considerable Interest has begun to con
centrate on Its meeting. This General
Assembly will elect a successor to Sen
ator George G. Vest, and will have con
siderable work to do In settling with tho
Hannibal & St. Joseph Kallroad, besides re
visitiita large numberof Important bills, Its
first eaueiw Is becoming ot absorbent in
terest, therefore, to quite a number of
patriotic Democrats, many of whom art
anxious to be recoguked In the organiza
tion. The Thirty-second General As
sembly had a Democratic majority of 137
on joint ballot, viz.: Senate Kepnbli
cans, six, Democrats, I'S; House
Opposition, SI j Democrats, 10H. The
fortheomii.g Assembly has narrow
ed down a lllUe closer,
and stands as follows : Senate Republi
can, 17; Democrats, 17. House Oppo
sition, 40; Democrats, 100; majority on
joint ballot of 00, a gain of 20 for the op
position, and making the Senate so close
that no leaves of absence can bo granted
unless Senators shall be jiaired. The
prodigious and unexpected vote given
Nicholas Ford for Governor has embold
to organl.e azainst the unanimous re
election of Seuutor Vest, and a pro
gramme is now being prepared to
consolidate the War Democrats or
Unionist, the Greenbackera, Republicans
and Prohibition Democrats into a caucus
aL'sinst Vest. Thus far the scheme up
pears cunilncd entirely to M. Louis,
and a number of leading Demo
crats have participated In it.
Viewed from a local btamlpoiiit,
the project looks dangerous, but xeen
from the interior It Is simply absurd. The
"anti-boiirlioiis" believe it was un "ami.
bourbon" feeling in tin- State which re
duced the gubernatorial majority nearlj
t'.'VluO votes in a National election; thej
believe Senator Vei-t has become decided,
l.v unpopular with his old friends, am!
thev know the Prohibitionists would dc
TO HLKEAT IU.M.
Their figures are very pretty, but thej
won't wash, for several reasons. In tht
first place it is absolutely necessary to pul
up a solid Union Democrat for the mm.
decript nomination, and none suet
can be found to accept even al
election outside of the regular Denv
ocratlc caucus. Governor Crittenden'
uanie was canvassed for a time, but il
was believed ho wasn't heavy enough,
Kx-Governor Phelps became the next vim
tim, but his friends indignantly refused
for him. Colonel Broadhead ' has ncnt
been suggested, and it Is not known whul
disposition will be made of his name
Thus the scheme is somewhat water
logged at the outset, and the prospect!
aie goon j or lis being scuttled and suni
on or about January sth, A. D. 1 ss5.
Knocked Bodily Out of a Car Window.
I.ancastkr, Pa., November 17. As tlm
Niagara Express of the Pennsylvania
Railroad was crossing the Pennsylvania
bridge near Leaman Place to-day, a pas
senger named C'arr, a resident of thU
county, leaned out of the window and
vfcs struck by one of the bridge supporu
and dragged bodily through the window
to the track, lie was instantly killed.
American Humane Society.
PiTTsni-Kiiii.A., November 17. The
eighth unnual meeting of the American
Humane Society, which met in this city
yesterday, promises to be the most Inter
esting In the history of the organization.
All the leaders are to be here, iiinonir ih,...,
Henry Uergh, of New York, Edwin I.ee
mown, of Chicago, Presidem Shortall of
the Illinois Society and Mr. Webster, of
the Philadelphia Society.
A Grandmother Takes a Boy to Raise.
Bi't'KAi.o, N. Y., November 17. Au
elopement story in rural life comes from
the town of Surdlna, Erie County.
Dalliel HoilkiuS. A W.-ll-t.i.ilo furnii-i-
uireu a iarm Hand last summer named
Geo. Wih'V. Mrs. Ilonkiiw u u-nmnn .f
lony-six years ot age, Decame Infatuated
.i. 1 1 1. Il 1 1 . i . ...
Hiiu n ney, ami on .-Saturday last eloped
with him. leavlmr her hiisbHiirt
children. Wiley Is twenty-three years of
age. Mrs. llonkins is n LM'Hiiiiin.iti.,.r
Samuel A. t'iake Dead.
Si'UiNfiKiKi.p, Jl.tss., November 17.
Dr. Samuel A. Plske, aged fiixtv-thive.
ex-l'resldent of the Massachusetts Med.
leal Society, Lecturer at the Smith Col
lege and Trustee of tb, Clark tnctltnl,.
for the Deaf and Dumb, died at North
ampton yesterday. He was a graduate of
A Good Man Gone.
Vevay, Ini)., November 17. Captain
U. P. Schetiek. a steamboat
noted for his irreat wenhh mi, I I IIOII'V...
lence, died last night, aged seventy-four.
Trknion, Mass.. November 17 Fire
hi the pucker-room of the Cahiinnet Mill
tins morning damaged a large amount of
Started Up A (fain.
Clkvkund, O., November 17. Ail tie-
partincnta of the Cleveland rolling mill.
except the Soft steel ami lirlek roil mill.
started to-day. Work will thus bo lur-
niMiieu to nearly 3,500 men.
Sentenced for Two Year.
Hannibal, Mo., November 17. Mike
Kallehcr waa nentenced to two yearn in
the Penitentiary (or the klllltiL' of an on.
knowu mau In this city some time ago.
A Load of Gold
Nnw Youk, November 17. The sUam-
er Klditr, which arrived from Kuropsjon
BMurdsy, brought 10,000 m gold.
A OflMVROMISE OVFEItKD.
London, November 17. Iu tho Houso
of Commons thin afternoon Gladstone
said If tho House of Lords would agree to
pa.ss the franchlso bill so as to mako Its
provisions biteomo operative by January,
188C, tho Government would pass the re.
distribution bill early next year. Tho
House of Lords will probably accept the
proposition and pass the bill.
TO Rt'N TUB BLOCKADE.
LoxDO.v, November- 17. A dispatch
from Hong Kong states that the Chinese
Government has arranged with the
owners of a uumber of fleet English and
American vessels to run tho French
blockade of Chinese ports. Tho dis
patch also says that thirteen German
men-of-war have arrived and forty-two
others are expected.
Constantinople, November 17. The
rebellion in Yemen, Arabia, has pro
greased to such an extent that the Porte
has abandoned the collection of taxes.
The authority of the Sultan over the coun
try is merely nominal.
TIIK KING'S FIKST AITKARANCk".
Tiik Hauuk, November 17. The
King made hln first public appear
ance since tho death of the Prince of
Orange by opening the new session of
Parliament to-day. The speech from the
throne was somewhat more varied than
usual. The usual reference as to the
speedy restoration of tranquility in
Acheen wad made and the (Million of tho
Colonial finances referred to. Gratifica
tion was expressed at the frieudly man
ner In which the negotiations
with England in regard Ui the release oi
the captive British ship Nisero from the
Lands of the Rajah of Teiiom had been
conducted and carried to successful con
clusion, It was noticed that tho King
did not show many traces of the severe
Indisposition he has lately suffered.
Anxious for a Decision.
Nkw York, November 17. Colonel
Charles Spencer appeared in court this
morning for Sullivan and Greenfield, and
bitterly opposed tho motion to adjourn
the case over, claiming that his clients
would suffer great pecuniary loss. Tho
court postponed the case until tw o o'clock
this afternoon, wheu a decision will
probably be rendered. Much interest is
felt in the case, as a decision will either
permit or prohibit the great set-to to
night between these pugilists.
Made Their Escape.
Brooklyn, N.Y., November 17. Three
prisoners Iu the Kings County Peniten
tiary this morning made a bolt for liberty.
Two of them, Warren Clay, alias Samuel
Stewart, and (ieo. E. Lake, expert second-story
thieves, made their escape. The
third was shot in the leg and recaptured.
Monday, novemijkii 17,
Grain and Provision..
TroS Stemlv : ml.lill Inir lni.'.,,im ,.
Fl.oi:ii-.sten.ly; XXX to choice, Ji.Jui3.I0;
jrlii HI.--, -f ..I.IHV ti -Tar,
, " ""'-'""er; No. 2 Iteil, 71 V.-& 74 S'p ;No.
3 lii-il, llAffiiro.
t oiiv-Weaker: No, 3 mixed, ;i7!,"e; No.
( is Men. I y ; N o. , 2.'i Vu-ii s. c.
KYK Dull ; No. ., 47 u s(-
Joiuci-n Klnu; liiifs; common to enolr
C nil,.,' 11 tut .... r , . . . . .
,,., .. wtiiiiiiii r,.,, 1L.H l.'.&Oltf'lU.
00 : llli'lllllln lt t'nntl 'i 11,;;. 1-A..
ILvv l'riilrl,-. 'i 'j 1',. lii :n r., ...
now ; clover mi xed, 7.0(i'a lu.oe for eommon to
i 1, ,ie, 1111111,. new IIIIIUIIIV, Kl.uuwll.uu: fHIJ
CV. Jli.lKIa CI.OO. '
ltfTTXK-steaily ; eliolee to fnm-y crrameiy.
2.r.''2!ie; dairy, cliolen to faney, wiua.
I-.oiis iiik-t; fresh Mock, isaslftc. lmr
Poi ToKS-Klrm for choice; common doll;
1'oliK Dull ; new nicsj. IHi.
l.Mih unii't; prlinii steam. 7c.
I.acox Lnnrs, 7S,e; aliorts, ho; clear
sre, an packed.
W001, Tub. washed, eliolee, 2Sp; fair, 27o;
7 j ' ..nil.-, 1 nwasiieu i-noico
medium, .'Ovi .MO.e; nood averiuro medlntii, is
n i;.e, ni-ii-co-u lltflll Hill', 171 ISc ; (food HVIT-
iiko , H'ilje; heavy, llvliic; eomblnif, oiinr-t.-r-lilood,
Jiia'(0,'c; eombliitf, ow LTitdes, if
HiiiKS-steady and finn; drv flint, ITo;
daiimueil, lie; liulLs or sinus Mint, l"e; Halt
ed, lie; irlne stock, Sc. (,'reen saltod. De;
damaiii'd, ic; venl calf skills, II '4e; Lulls or
Mines, tie; irreen uueured, 7'a"'ie; dumiiei,
6c ; (tin,., :le.
siikkp l'i;i.rs Dull; L'rcen.Mai'tOe; dry, do,
4-ie; (,'i-een shearlings, li-ailo.
AVilKVT-I.owcr; No. a Ite,, Deeoinhcr
Sti' e- m'VvTi'iV"1'01 Kul"'llll,'J-' M'l'i March,
ColtN Weaker; November, fil',o; Dn.
pemlier,4s'4i.;Jiiiiiiary, 4tie; Ichniaiv, li;'4e:
vi s Weaker ; NovemLer, ,11 Vc ; December,
.11 ,c; January, iM'ic.
WilKVT-I.ower; November, 71 So; Decern-Iier,7ili7-.,4je:
.lanuary, 7.'!1'7'l'le; Kebru
nry, 7l',74 l,e; liny, stis,e.
I'oun Linver; 'November, 4oe; Dis-cuiber,
nT'.-e; year. 37 c .lanuary, 3i','u:i.v,c; I'eb
runry, lie; Mav, :i7',e.
0. v i'S-Wenkcr; November, 2:,c;Deeeinbcr,
:c; year, -ile; Mav, is'.e.
!,!.'."r,w""k',': .V"-""r. il.22W; January,
$IIXi; Keliniary, if 1 1.47 1.
1. Aim Weaker; November, $il.! ; Decom
bcf, Vt -O; .latiuary, .f,i.sfi; Kebrtiary, $n IW.
miot liiiis-NovHiitlier, t!,so; Jiiiiuary,
f.i.W; rebrimry, fS.97.
Live Stock Market.
CvTTt.R-Mai Unt aetivo but a slmdn lower;
medluiu biitchci s' steers and hellers of l!7
pounds. j:i.,s; do., steers of LI.V) pounds,
lfl.se; stoekers and feeders, JW.fliiw.l.so.
Mikki-anii I. tuns Market llnner on (tood
sheep, liiaclive and lower on common; rood
to eb, ilce Canada lambs, fl.70ol.lHi; uood to
choice lainliM, !f;l.7f i,:l.sV
llons-Miii ket llrm; mmd lo cholno York
ers, $4.411)1' I, .VI, mostly W.liU; lower for huteh.
eiV K'ades al same prices; pls, $4.fiS4.40.
Cvttlk Keorlpls, 2,300 head; runners dull
ntul weak; exporters, .fn.tKMil.3S; rood t()
choice sliipjilnir, $A.,VimS.ti0; common to mn.
llillllt. t .'i Oil ,. Ill r.t.tl.tru C'l , -lit . .........
.fJ.tUliiS.ift; uriiss Texas steers, $.l,KKMtJ,7ri; Col-
oruiio iiaii'iireens, r;..W"l.0li,
Hons Receipts. :t, lil Iigad; market opened
lllirllfl hot nlitjiol Ii.u.j.r- l,.l j r.i O'.-l ..a
pounds, f l.'jinn l.AO; mainly, $t,.ini.4.40.
MiKHi'-Kccelpts, 4IS head; nominally tin
Money and Stock Market.
Nnw YoitR, November 17. Moiipv. 1 1.- ,n,
f, int. ! PKchiinL),, dull r lliiVHi-iii,i't,).u '
currency. H's. 11 bid : Is. rouuon. tin u,a'.
4S'. lo, WIS, bid. The stock markiit this
inornliitf was weak durlnir the (trcsier Part
ntul Dfloes Sleadllv ileelllilmr ,m !.,,,,.,!.....,...:
SilI,.. Tin, liulU i.ifee.nl Kit, It.tl
o selllMK, no, I by eleven o'clock prices do.
wiiiwi io iv, per Mint, Toward mktduv
Hi'llliiK ociiiMVl, mid was followed by a Hhara
Interval of covrinir h i.urlv .,n... u
Of tlio cllipie stin ks were bid gg shurnK-
wnieit asaistwrl the upward movement. k
...,' I., null, ii i v iiKurva aca rc
imi Uiat IIiim far waits. f "
ITAOES OF THE S1VKB.
Uivor markod by the fjauge at tbii"
port, at 2:13 p. m. yesterday, 10 feet 4
inches. Fall during previoua twenty
four hours, 0 foot 1 inches.
Chattanooga, Not. 17. River 0 feet 7
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 17. River 4 feet 8
inches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 17. River 3 feet 0
inches and falling.
Nashville, Nor. 17. River 0 ft 7 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 17. River 1 feet 5
inches ami falling.
St Louis, Nov. 17. River 11 ft 5 inch
It's the honest fact, don't ask you to be
lieve it, but you will find out that we assert
the truth when wo say there is a big steam
boat coming out of tho Ohio for New 0r
leans an I her name is Wyoming. She will,
report hero to-night and leaves to-morrow
for New Orleans. For passtgo rate see W
F. Ltmbdin, Agent.
Tho Arkansas City leaves St. Louis tbiaf
evening for Vicksburg, is duo here to-morrow
Tho Future City from St. Louis left here
last evening with a good tow for New Or--leans.
Bill Pell was at the wheel.
Tue Pearl with 8 barges of rock arrived
here last evening. She departs this morn
ing for Plum Point.
Tho Annie P. Silver from S Louis ar
rived hero last night with a big trip for
New Orleans. She departs early this morn
ing. Cpt. Harry Thompson left here last
night for St. Louis where ho has gono with
the view of purchasing a boat to run in
the bend trade.
The new steamer Paraaond is on her way
out of the Ohio for the lower Mississippi.
Cupt. Cole has completed the wood work
on the upper dike at Grand CIiu'j and with
500 yards more rock on the improvement
the work will be finished.
We are now the authorized agent to fur
nish transportation up Salt river for all
good republicans no stop-over tickets
nothing but straight goods, with meals in
cluded. The packet leaves wharfboat No.
2 Wednesday night, immediately after the
jubilee, C. R. Woodward captain, George S.
Fisher chief clerk, Judge Comings mate,
C. O. Patier pilot.
Neuralgia is cured in a eingle night by
St. Jacobs Oil, the greatest medicine of tho
An Afreclin Incident.
An Anioricnn lady who was present
nt tlu recent competition of tho opera
clnsa nt tho Conservatoire told me of a
touching little scene that took place on
that occasion. Amongst tho competit
ors for a prize was a young man called
Desnu-ts, who possesses a lino basso
voice and a considerable degree of
ilrainatie talent; he is, moreover, a tall,
.stalwart, line-looking fellow, and will
id'oduce a good effect upon the boards,
lie had chosen the scene from "Faust"
where Mophistoiiheles cowers before
tho cross-handled swords that are held
before him, and, though tho scene was
given with the performers in tho black
coats and trousers of everyday life, so
line was the vmins Kino-cr'a rendition
of tht! rolo that tins nudienee was per-
f.. .,(!.. A. ..I I... I .., '
i-iiini-u u way uy ins siiiuto sing
ing and netinrr. and nnoliuidod him to
the echo. As a oroof of tho hold bo
had obtained over the svintiniliiea of
his hearers, it was notice, I u-lmn !..
arose from his kneeling pasture that ho
nan s uit one icir of his black trousers
clear across the knee, vet nobodv
lauirhed. At the end of the tierfnrm.
nnce of the day tho usual announce
ment of tho urines wits made. Call
M. Desmets," said tho President, Am-
brois Thomas, in that full, clear voice
that he preserves unbroken desnlto his
mlvanced age. M. Desmets entered,
Dale ami uriiated. "Al. Desiiieis. tin
nirv has awarded to voti it first, urizo."
" f " ---- -
l'hen it would have been comical had
it not been so very touching tho great,
strong fellow actually broke dowu anil
burst out crying, covering his face with
ins mums hk( iv cnidiien ciilld. no is
very poor, I have heard very, very
poor. One had only to look at tho
shabby suit, neat aiid'wcll-preserveil it
is trilP. but still nf the eh, 'ime.it-. inn-
teriiil, that ho was forced to wear ou so
puiiiie and momentous an occasion, to
fiavo full proof of that fact. And this
first prize meant much to him, moro '
even tb.-in lwn-linnd Iwt mowr-it,,,,! nf ,1.
- .....t- .... ...,li.l.i,, Mb uiu
liioiiient, for ho has sinco been engaged
at tho Grand Opera and will make his
I i lilt IIS IMi'li lilsloo icliva niirlv l,t II, a
i - ... ,t.o
autumn. J'urtu l.tttcr to riihulclphia
It Is sometimes recommondod that
tho grapos should bo gathered as they
ripen, by going over a vineyard two or
three times aud picking off not only
bunches that nroripo, lonvingtho green
ones, but ovou picking off separately
threo or four grnpos from each bunch
where It is not evenly ripened; and this
is tho practice that is followed to-day
in making tho great whito wlnos of
Franco and Germany; but it will cer
tainly not bo adopted in California
whllo labor is as dear and wine as
cheap as it is at presont. Instead, that
practice will bo followed which Is reo
ommoudod by thoso writers who advise
that tho grapes of each variety bo left
on the vines till thoy are all fairly ripo,
and that thev bo gathered clean at ono
picking. Where, however, dlfforonl
varieties aro planted in tho same vino
yard, which ripen at different periods.
inusu ouiy siioiiiu uu ucuu nt vna anaiu
,ilu0 w'''h ripen together. California