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St. Louis and Chicago.
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Marino Dikkot Connkotion
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Arrlvliicln tit. Louis H.uOa.m.; Chicago, S;!10 u.n...
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natl, Louisville, Indianapolis mid poi"t-Kait.
1':UIZ p. m. Feint r-t. Louis, uiui
ArrlvlriK In St Loals 6:43 p. ui., and roiiuucllli.
for all points Wast.
3:45 j. m. Fuwt Kx)ich.
For Ht. LodIi tnl Chicago, arrlvluii at St.Loun
1U15 p.m., and Chicago ',:& a. m
3:45 p. m Cincinnati KxrHM.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:u0 a. m ; l.ciuirvilli 4:'j
a. m. j luiliaiiao l t.i a ni. 1'ns-ui.iier. h.
till tram raili tli at..ve nuii.ts IUI to JO
Uol'K.i in advance of any oilier nute
tiTThe 3:l'i a. m. eiuruss ha' PULLMAN
HOIiEHn'J CAK from Cairo t Cincinnati, with
out changes, aud ttiruU sleepers to &:. J.o n
. Fast Tirno Kast.
i urvcill 1 n en, puiaiii without au' de.uv
caused by Stmdsy in tervi-iiin j . Tin? SaUrJi) alter
loon train fiutu jro arrives In new Vo-k Monday
unrnluK at 1:3V Thirty-six hour lu advanre.i.f
nv other route,
I'tirVt" through ticket ai.d furtr.fi alormatloi,
ippiV at Illinois Central Kailroad lit-not, Cairo.
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H. H. TIME CAM) AT CAIIto.
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Mundays ifet . tie!, open Irom.. . a m. to In a. ni.
SumlaVa Imx del. open from ...a. m tt Indian"
t-tyS'OTB.-C'lnnifa will la p'l'Ulx'.ed Irvn
time to tlni" In cltv pipers l'nai.i;e nun ranis i
cordiiily. W M. M. Ml'ltf'M i I'. M
T II K
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
OrffanizoJ DccoraluT, 10153, I'uder i li
Law of 18113.
Successor to Wldowi and Orphans Minnal Aid So
clety, o (lanlxed July 4ih, 1H77, tini'tt'
the lawa of 187J.
JOHN II. ItoniNMON I'ri'Slilui.l
WM. 8 1 KA T r N Vice Prtsldum
J. A. UOLllSTINK Tleasurii
C. VV. I)0NINU Medlca. Advlset
THOMAS LEWIS Sccretur)
HOARD OF DIRECT0- fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton.Stmlton A lllrd. ro'.ers, i'hIki, M.
J. A. ()Olilstlne, oliioldstlliu A KosetiW ater. whole
alo and retiil dry goodiC W. l)i,iini::K. M. Ii.;
Pre", lid. Med Kx , for 1 nslotis ; Ailiorl l.uwls.
comiiilsslon murchntitt J. II Itolilnsoti. rounn
liidKu au notary public; Wm. K. I'ltchor, cim.
hrokur and Insurance airunl: K. II llHl d, cliy
atruiM mpervlsori M. I'h lli s. carpi. nler and hiilid
cri Thomaa Lewi", atlornev and secretary K. V.
Puirci'jiittoruey-At-liiw, Diitiiioln III ; K. C. Pace
cashier of centennial Dan , Asliluv.lll Al'.erl
Ilayden. cashier of Ouoruo Ootine. ly A Co., sprlnn
fluid. II ; Ii. M Dunn, attorney-at-law. M Ku.i
dolph street. C'hlcnL'o; Hon, Holit. A. Ilalci'cr, at
torney-at law, ChHrleslon, Mo i li. I.i'lu'litor.
cashier First Nutloinil Mank. MUiirt. Iowa
THE DtST HEMtDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
Cr ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Tt h a Hpr-ci llo for tlio cur o( I'ltllliiB of tlio
Womb. LiMiconhiiM, l'nln In tlio Ilm'k, l'lilnfiil
orSuiiiri'H(.il MeiiNtniiitlon, l'looilhin. Knlnl
ItiK Si'iiaitlloiis, uiui all Urn vnt-lcil trotililet "t
tiMidliiH till1 period known us Change of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC S
Mill HTltKMiTII tolllO I'TKHINK ."t'N('T10NH,
exi'ltlnn lieallhy ai'lliin.unil ivalorlne, them to
tliolr normal coiiillllon, H la iliimant lo tlio
tllHtl', M4V UK 'lAKI'.N AT ANY TIN V., Mid M
truly a "Mother'g Friend." I I'or fun In r nd
vlco read Merrell a Almmiiu'. I'lill (lireclloiia
Wltll Pliell liMllli'. Pl'lei' S, IK), Piepliroil hv
. JACOB S. MERRELL, St. Louia, Mo.
rwd by ttil DruiiulDti and Liuaicrs in Mudivmu.
THE DAILY OilKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY" AlUKNINtf, NOVEMBER 10, 1384,
rjiECITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A Ocuerul Ranking Ilusiness
Til OH, W. UAIiLII)VY
jNTEUntiSE SAVING HANK.
RXCU'SI VELY A SAVIXfiS HASH.
TilOS. W.IIATI.l Li.V,
Umiiiin rciiil Aveuui; ainl Hihtli Strctt
r". BltOhS, President. I p. Nr!Pr Vice I'res'ni
H. WELlS, C'aahlor. I T. J. Kerth, Ass't can
Bross ,; C'a'ro I William Kline t In
I'eierNeir " William Wnlf.... "
''. M Ostcrlua " ICO. Puller "
A. liu.ler ' I II. Wel.s '
J. V. ('lemsiin. Ca'eilo'ila.
A'iEEKA:. BANKING UL'SINItnH i)i N K.
Kxohain" sold and height. Interest pa'd i
fie avtngs Di-puriment. Colluciions made .n
ill bustneH proniptiv attended ti
)U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave, Cairo, ill.
At'0U. ELKCTRO-VAPOK anii MEDlCATti
A .ady In attendance.
P M. HARKELL, M. D.
Or'FICt-East Mde Commercial, below 9th St.
Cairo. Ill noie.
)R. E W. WUITLOCK,
11" Coir m irclal
0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-City Dria S oru. Carbondale, V).
INSI K V.VC'K.
3 S w
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at ilic FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft bottom. Ft. slave. Capacity tali. Trice.
c ' ir. 1 N'
G x 1150 $24.00
0 x !) mo 28.00
7 x l 2000 32.00
7 x 0 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
These, tanks am nmdu. of CLr.AU CYPKKSS, I'S
in' lie thb k, aeeiituly hooped and are WATKll
TKUIT. They are
HljippiHl wliohMiml uro well Vntod
to previ tit their In Inn r ick, d or broken in band
HiiK. list in iti i furt. Irlii'd lor
Tiitikf) of imy Hlzo,
A. KIOOH .Si UliOH.,
217 Delord HI.. New Orleans. La.
CaiiHfs uo I'aln
Gives Bt'llef at
Cin e, Not a Llq-
rurrwrr.4V & i
HAY"rJuYtK nl.l or Snnff.
plv into tinsirlls (ilvu it n Tr'iil m on t - l
ilriiCflsls. 01 cents hy mall ri'Klslerud, Hond
lorelrriilHi Sic plu. by null If) ti nts,
ELY DltoniEiiS, DniKKlslK, Owouo, N' Y.
Look for tho Red LljLt,
at DeHauu's M Ohio luvoo.
Chas. 0. F.bel & Co., D.rectory Pub'
hftvo cnmmtticjfl tlio cunvaHs of this city to
collect tlio itifonrittliun riecesHnry for iLe
new city directory. Tlio work will em
brace a complete lint of bubinenH, Anus,
private cit.iens, with pluco of bu.iines and
reBidence, and a miscellaneous directory of
the city, comity and towm-hip illlcira,
churches, railroadH, bankn, corporated com
panies and benevolent institution!, literary,
military, secret and other societies, a com
pleto street directory, ward boundaries, tel
ephone directory, aud a complete clahsitied
We most respectfully solicit your patron
age and nuarantee a first-class work in ev
ery respect. 4t
Ilewett can supply you with the best
Ousters in the city. tf
Under the auspices of the woman's club
and library association : Class in oil paint
ing, Mrs. G Fiher; class in wood -carving,
hammered brass, repousse, modeliiiK auu
eiclnni;, Mrs F. Kmsmeyer. For terms
and hours apply to above named teachers.
Place your orders
lit wet t for
O.sicis and Fish.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DlBiUu's,
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, ol Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless I'or five years, so helpless that he
t"U.d not turn over in bed alone-. She Used
two bottles of Electric Hiiterp, snd is so
much improved, that she is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Hitters will do all that is claimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their L'reat curative powers. Onlv tittv
ceDts a bottle at IWclay Hros.
For the Rest Oysters,
UO to DeHauu's, 00 Ohio levee.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on
-treet, one door est of Commercul.
riui'Kieu'H Arnica .salve
The Rest Salve In the worbl for Cuts.
.r.iiscH, Sores, Ulcers, Salt RI.eum, Fevei
'ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
' 'orns, and all Skin Eruitions, and positively
.:urcs Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
i' cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Open Day and Niht.
DcHuun's n siauraiit, 50 Ohio levee.
An Editor' I ribute.
There.. -i p. Keator, Editi r of Ft. Wayne,
ltd., "GsV.ettc," writes- "For th pist live
years have always used Or. Kin's New
Discovery, for coughs ol moat severe char
acter, as well as fur tln.se of a milder type
It never fails to i ffert a speedy cup'. My
inciins to wnoni 1 Inve rccomiiiemli'il
speak ot it in tanii high terms. Uavietr
been cured by it of every cnuli I have had
for live years, I consider it the only relisblu
anl sure cure for roughs, colds, etc." Call
at H irclay Bros.' Drue Store and get a Free
1 rial Uuttle, Lare size f 1.00. (2)
Only the Rear Brand of oysters,
at DeB iuu's, TjO Ohio levee. tf
"Kou:rh on Rats."
clears out ruis, u.ice, roaches, flies, Dots,
Detl-liiiga, skunks, chipmunks, (,-ophers
II. Kroener, of West Plains, Mn., says:
My wife had fl..odiiif,' last winter, and she
Used one bottle of Merrell's Female Tonic
uud was cured, although I had the services
) two doctuis before. She owes her life to
Mrs. Mtry B.iyd, of Avon. St. Genevieve
Co,, Mo., says. August 21) th, 183:1: I have
usei .Merrell n Femain Tonic durim;
pregnancy, and after child birth, with tin
very best reuit. I cannot speak too liiulp
ly of it. '
Palpitation, Dropeieiil Swellinos, Diz.i.
nes-' IndiLretion, Headnclip, Sleeplesi-ness
cureu oy "Vit'ils Health Kenewer."
turters Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude and irritatinir matter. Conceti
trated medicine only ; very sninU; very easy
to iukc; no pain; no unppin ; no purging
"Routrll on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "R.iuizh on Corns.'' I5r.
liuiek, complete cure. Hard or soft C 'rns.
warts, bunions. (i)
Samson's Lejrs and Locks.
When Delilah clipped off Samson's locks
. I. H. ... :..i. ....,.. ... .
uini iiniiiy aiineto at once hecaiiic "us
other men." If it could be proved (list the
possession ol luxuriant hair would eii"blo
men to tear open lions' jiws.Hiscox A Co.,
would be driven w ild in the effort to sup
ply enough of Parker's Hair Balsam to
meet the demand. As it is dio Balsam
prevents your hair from fallinu out, and
restores tho original colored if faded or
Rniy. Besides it is a urent addition to the
toilet table simply as a dressing.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds.i
Hoarseness, llront lutis.Croup, Influ
enzn, Asthma, Whooping C(iiih,In
cipient Consumption and for the rc
licfofcor . jmptivc persons in advan
ced Majjcs of the Disease. I'or Sale
by all Druggists. -Price, as Cents,
Senator David Davis Expresses
Confidence In Cleveland
and the Puturo.
An Awful Oti'ififrs Committed On a Beau
tiful Wonun While Returning to Her
Unpleasant Experience of Murderer Who
Gets Mure Hanging Than the
Ssnator DaviV Fwith.
Bloomuioton, Iix., November 18.
Senator David DavU in speaking to au
intimate friou j thltj morning, said con
cerning the election of Cleveland : "I
concodexi his election early Wednesday
mornlug alter the election. In my mind
a recount could not avail anything either
way, and this was wUinfactoriJy demon
strated. Cleveland has certainly the
most brilliant opportunities of prov
ing a popular President. The country is
now in a prosperous condition aud the
man who takes the Presidential chair
does not aiwume the pat political prob
lem of the early days ol the Republican
party and which were so sncceiwiully car
ried out umier Lincoln and his succes
sors. 1 believe that Cleveland will make
a food President and the country con
tinue on in Ils prottH!roua career."
An Awful Outrair.
Cuvmlaxd, O., November IS. A story
comes from Hudson, O., ol a terrible as
sault on Mrs. Charles Ellsworth, a beaa
tiful woman about thirty-uve yearn old.
On Friday she went to Hudson, three
quarters of a mile northwest of whiou
she and her husbaud resided on a farm.
She started from Hudson about flv
o'clock, driviiij,' home alone. About six
o'clock her seven-year-old son, hearing a
horse at the ham, "ran out and came back
screaming. Kllsworth then ran out and
found his wile In a terrible condition.
Her head was braised, ber face scratched
The horse was also cut over the eye. Mrs.
Ellsworth was uueou.,clous, aud has not
since regained her reason. She fre
quently starts up, begging them to take
away the man with the fur cap, then she
sinks ugaiu into a stupor. She has rap
idly failed since the assault, and the fact
that she w-itay at the poiut of death
has caused the story to he made public
for the first time. Mrs. Kllsworth Is re
lated to some ol the best people of Akron
Wiil Get Used to It in Time.
Omaha, Nkb., November 18. Joseph
Cook, arrested at St. Joseph, Mo., Thurs
day last ou suspicion of murdering Leon
ard KolL, a farmer, at lllue Springs,
N'ovemlnT 1st, was arraigned yesterday
for examination at Mae Springs. The
proof was so strong against Cook that at
the conclusion of the evidence the moh
took the prisoner from tho ollcers and
hauguii him. The moo then left htm hang
ing. The olllcer cut him down at once,"
when they found that he was htill alive,
and resuscitated him. He will probably
live to be choked by official orders. Koll
wajj murdered for his money.
THK RUHSIANS IN AFGHANISTAN.
Londo.n, November 18. Latest advices
from Afghanistan state that the British
Afghan frontier commission lutd arrived
at I'ullkbatun. They found a Russian
picket camp across the river from the
city. Strong protests were at once
lodged with tho Kusslan commander
against the presence of the pickets. The
Kusian commission is uot expected to ar
rive before January.
It is supposed tho Russians have
pushed on l'ulikhatun in order to obtain
the advantage of actual possession In the
comlug negotiation. The Afghans con
sider that l'ulikhatun belongs to the
Ameer and are greatly excited at the
presence of tlio ltussiaus.
Cairo, November 18. A dispatch from
Dongola says reliable Information luts
beeu received to the effect that ou Sep
teniber 30th, two of Gordon's steamers
which had been cruising on the river were
disabled by tho rebels, whoopened lire on
them from au uiubuscudo on tho banks
Enjoined to Discontinue Business.
roKTSMot'Tii, N. 1L, November 18.
Yesterday morning the Bank Commission
ers of the State obtained an injunction
against the further continuance of busi
ness by the Portsmouth Trust aud Guar
antee Company, a concern with a paid up
capital and guarantee fund of $100,000.
The Impairment of tho guarantee fund is
stated lo be seveuty-fourper cent., which
represents the total loss, and Is duo to a
depreelatiou lu values in real estate mort
gaged to tho company.
There arc 417,Uoo ou deposit, but tho
depositors will be paid iu full. The loss
falls ou the stockholders. Tho former
Treasurer of tho iustltutlon has beeo mi.
Suit oa OlnoalBond.
WimiNUTON, D. C, November 18.
The Solicitor of the Treasury yesterday
liwtructeu tue Uuited States District At
torney for the Middle District of Ala-
baina to bring suit against Richard
Busteed snd Jacob Stauwood, of that
State, sureties ou the bond of (ieneral
Adam Badenu, late Consul General at
Havana, to recover the sum of about .
000 received by the oOlcor as notarial fees
aud alleged to have been Uleutllv with-
T1m Comptroller's Annual Report to the
Beoret&ry of the Treasury.
WAmrtNUTON, D, C, November 18.
Hirst Comptroller Lawrence, In his an
nual reiwrt to the Secretary of Hie Treas
ury, shows that durlnir tho last fiscal vear
27,747 accounts and a, 5:1 5 ,:.' visiic.hers,
Uivolvbig In tho aggregate 2,4:,i)iiS,3l,
were reoclved from auditing nilleer,
revised, recorded and the balances thcn-
on cerUiiod to tbe llegbtorof Uie Treas-
Cleveland, 0., November 18. Wpods,
Perry & Co., burned out by an Incendiary
last September, have rebuilt. They re
port business better than ever.
Carried to Sea and Blown Ashore.
HalifaI, N. 8., November, 18. Wil
liam Allard, who, at Plctorl ou Saturday,
bravely attempted to rescue his comrade,
and who was believed to have been lost,
hus been found, llo was carried to sea
through the loss of an oar, but was blown
ashore again several miles dlstaut. '
SuaJpers Cutting: Bates.
New York, November 18. The brok
ers are now selling tickets to Buffalo over
the New York Central at 82, a reduction
of S1.60 from yesterday. The company's
rato Is 4.sV. The West Shore, Erie and
Lackawanua still maintain the 810 rate to
Chicago, although it U claimed tho West
Shore will sell for 9.
Killed by a Bunaway.
Ciuttakooa, Tkhm., November 18.
rrofessor Bradhaw and wife met with a
fatal accident near Frieda's Station,
Tenu. They were out driving, when their
horse took fright at a passing train, aud
iu attempting to eheck It the bridle broke,
aud bote were precipitated to the ground.
Mrs. Bradshaw wul Cm.
TUB TIB UUOKXV.
A Late Dlaoovery Oivaa tbe Deaaoerata
the Illinois Legislature.
Chicago, III., November 18. Tho Re
turning Board discovered kvday 500 ad
ditional votes for Brand, the Democrat,
whh:h eliKJts hhn to tho SUte Souute aud
breaks the supposed tie in the Illinois
Legislature, giving the United States
Senator to the Democrats, who arc noisy
in their demonstrations of delight.
ChrcrKMATi, C, November !. The
tfiird annual International Bottlers' Kxpo
sitiou, under the auspices of the United
States Bottlers' Protective Association,
opened this morning in power hull of tho I
Exposition building. The exposition Is a
novel one, being composed of tho pro
ducts of the bottling trade aud the ma
chinery and appliances iu use In tho uiuu
ulactare, all lu practical operation.
Soab Stitchers Assaulted.
Lynk, Uls., November 18. Last
evening a crowd attacked the "scab"
stitchers art they left the factory of B. F.
Doak 4 Co. When tho obuoxious opera
tors apH'sred they were greeted with
jeers aud Insulting epithets. Several wero
assaulted, having their hats torn from
their heads aud their hair pulled. Tho
police did their utmost to protect tho
girls. Several arrests were made to-day.
Grain and Provisions.
TUKS1JAV, NMVKMHKU U, 1HS4.
C'irt"riN Stead-; inlddllnp, li',10Vo.
Kuiuu Mi-aily; X.VX to cliolee, filJU'ifS.lOj
Jiaiflnta, $4.a.'i.i l.s).
w HKAT Luwer; So. 2 Bod, T3''r4,,tc;N'o.
3 Ued, ilftsmiUKi.
Coks llilier; No. i mixed, 3"a3Sto; No.
S WIIIK I1UKIM1, vie
oats Lower; No. t, Ua 250.
krs-l)ull; No. t, 47o.
loiio ro Until hiun; common to ciioleo,
9R.unwin.iM ; leuf ; cdiiiiiiun red leuf, J7.6e.o lu,
Oil; ffliullltlfl to tfrioif, l'.m,'n 17.01,.
Hay I'riuiie, Js.Ki.rin.'ni ,or prime to choice
new; elover mixeil, tT.isiu Iti.m) for common to
iiriini"; piiine new timothy, iy.oumll.uo; fan
cv, f li.uei:t.iKi.
lli'TTKtt Steaiiy ; ciioleo to fancy creamery,
2ftwJ.ic; dairy, ehuioe lo funcy, Un Jic.
nuiw ijiiu; rresn stocK, 'Jl cello, per
J'otawks Klrm forprnjioe; common dull;
i.hiiiiiuii w eitiili-v, wwum.
niliK Dull; new mess, f 12.45.
Laki Ouict : rirline Hienin. 7w7i.'p.
mo, nric, an paeauu.
wotii, Tuo wuMlied, choice, Jse; fair, flc;
dluify and low, tlit'!. l-nwaalied choice
medium, JO-mJOe; nond averiwe medium. IS
vino; mimcwju nifiu nnti, 17'siso; (rood aver
iwe, li;wl7c; heavy, 14 iic; combine, uuur-
xiT-oiood, wimMUe; combing, low gradun, U
itiKES steady nnd firm; dry flint, 17e;
uiMiinumi, nu; nuns or Niaus unit, iuc; Bull
ed, He; Blue stock, fte. (ireen suited, Mc;
Uamned, 7c; veal calf skins, II Ve; hulls or
staijs, Sn; Ri-eou uneuied, i7o; ditmiiged,
63,o ; Klue,
Siikki' I'Ki.rs Dull; irreen, 50'irtOc; dry, do,
6o;.trreen shearlings, liuiloo.
Whrat Klnncr; o. 3 Itod, Dncomlier
SOSe; January, February, si.'.e; March,
Ookn Weaker; November, 61oj De-cptnlM-r,
4-Jc; January, 4ti!,e; Kebnmry, 4(io;
(lATssu'ady; November, Sle; December,
aiSe; Jauiiury, 3iSu.
Wheat Flrnirtr; November, TlVo; Peeom
ber, Tio January, 7iSiT3ci Febru
ary, 74 'ae; May, hoi, c,
(,'okn lllifher; Novemtier, 42 l'c ; December,
37o; year, :i7',c; Januury. S6V; Feb-
mary, 8.1 s f ; May, o,e.
Oats Hnner; Nnveinber, jfiVe; Deceinher,
3np; year, ific; Juntiarv, ; .uv, JS,o,
J'ohk Weaker; year, JU.u?; J'uminry,
U.I74; February, JII.7S'.
Lakh Weaker; Novpinber, Decem
ber, ii.77 S'; Junuory, JD.so; February, 7 ;
Shout Kihs November, $0.05; January.
$5.76; February, Ji.s.5.
Live Stock Markets.
ytllons Keeelpis, 4s,i1ik); weak; tnoder.
Htely uellve; lOw.'lle lower; lliflit,' $lo,l.4.'i;
rmiitli packlinc, $4.1u'n4.:tii; heavy pack
In ir and rtli I p tl nsr. W I'.O.
CAI'Tl.M llecclpts, 7,ikki; steady and fair
ly active.; export irrailes, (n.4iiiiil!70; poor to
fancy slilppers, l.i.nii.j,',; imtivo huteliers'
stock, , ri.iaiwa. 7 ; l exans, l.a'at.ioi West
em entile, fcl.CO'a'.V'iV
SiiaKf Keeelpts, 4.J00; unelianned; mod
erateiy active; inrerior to best natives,
Catti.k Markot linn for fat cattle; fair
to iijd imilve slilppliu steers, from l.'iim lo
l.SUii pounds, fi.lti'ii.'i.ju; mediiiui to butchera'
steera, from I.insi In l,l(Xi poiimla, l.4(Sa4.iUI;
stiM'kors and feeders, I.1.AVB4.J.I; eows and
siikki' and I.amiis Market dull for com
mon slock t tfiMil; lirmer for best
Ki'adns; sheep from ihi to IIIU ponmls, tin)
4.4u; ooi ui ulioice Westeru lambs, KMki'it
iloiiM liiMiiand fair; kooi to choice York
ers, $4.4iMiVil, inulnly $.A0; butchers'
.(trades ilurTiU f4.Ania4.6ft, mainly, fl.ftU; plya,
; CaiTLR keiMduts, S1iH) head; opened an.
itlv, cliMiid wuak; prices unchanged; supply
Uotis Itnctilirts, 3,900 bead; steady; lots,
12.1 to sio pounds itveruue, t4.3uii'4.M, main
'ly,W. fliissr -Itivnlpi. 871 head: (rood mtMtona
Steady; avoratiu ss umiiidM, Xf,
Money and Stock Market,
rW YoitK, November IS. Money, 1H pot
aunt.; xehaiiKti unlet but tlrm; (invert),
meets dull; currency, S'a, 1J7 bid; 4'n,
coupon, WIS l.i.l; 4Vs, do, 1I3 bid. The
stock market tlnm far has beeu dull aud
featuri'livM. TradliiK hit been mainly in
small lots snd eliune oulv Iriwtloenl,
lu early irealli'its there was a' alutbt pres.
sum to sell, snd prices irnvn way ,it p r
4nt. This was snbsniiiontlv reeoverinl, and
nr the hour or wi-it'.' tin, market h erm
So popular has the company become
throughout the country it does not seem
necessary to say anthing in its favor, but at
it is the first appearance of a combination
of tho sort in this locality an introduction
may not be out of placo. The company ii
composed of the best selection of vocalists
and star specialists from the Vandevilla
stage, and who are capable of giving a
laughable entertainment. There are thirty
Udy artists In the company. The orches
tra of all ladies is said to equal any male
orchestra in this country, The opera entit
led "An Adsmlo-s Eden" bai been highly
praised by the press and public. They will
receive a full house. Opera bouse Satur
day evening, Nov. 23.
It will be a long time before Cairo
will witness as good a light opera company
as presented "The Queen's Lace Handker
chief and "Little Duke" Monday and Tues
day eveuings. The chorus is as good as
we have ever heard here, SBd the leading
roles were sustained by a bevy of artists of
undoubted talent and ability. Mit8 Gray,
Miss Cooper, Mr. Mas Figman and Mr.
Jsospti Oreensfolder possess talent of a very
high order. Oreensfolder is a natural
comedian and in the character of the
prime ministor in "The Queen's Lace
Handkerchief" he furnishes a world of
good solid fun. Lie has a splendid voice
and uses it to the very best advantage.
Figman is simply inimitable, possessing
an infinite fund of drollery and indulges at
times in quaint side plays which never fail
to tell. We congratulate Grau upon his
splendid company, and trust he may re
turn to us in the near future.
There are a great many reasons ad
vanced by our republican friends as to why
Blaine did not carry New York. The St.
John vote is cited as one of them. St.
John received over 25,000 votes in the state;
less than two-thirds of this vote would have
goue to Blaine if fit. John bad been out of
the race. The vote cast for Butler, had he
been off the fluid, would nearly all have
gone to Clevol tnd. This makes a stand
otL What Cleveland lost among the Irish
was made up by the independent republi
cans; another stand off. Undoubtedly the
democratic party, voting solid has a major
ity in New York and the real reason of
Cleveland's small plurality in the state
must be accounted for by the fact that the
democrats in New York city known as the
county democracy traded off the democrat
electors! ticket to secure republican votes
fur Grace, the anti-Tammany candidate
for mayor. But for this rascally defection
Cievelands majority over Blaine in the
stato would have been at least twenty
thousand. The hope that this trading had
succeeded a the reason why the republi
can committee persisted so long in claim
ing Now York lor Blaine.
The Little Duke.
A small but enthusiastic audience gath
ered last night at the opera house to wit
n ss the charming opera, "Little Duke,"
and we are safe in asserting that not one
regretted venturing out in the inclement
weather.for tho entertainment was very fine
and drew almost a constant round of sd-
plause from the rising to the falling of the
Miss Bessie Gray, tho charming little
actress, sustained the role of the Little
Duke with the most consummate effect.
We rather admire hor move in this charac
ter more than that of the Queen in the
"Lace Handkerchief," the short dress and
general girlish cosiumo suiting her petite
figure to butter advantage. The entire per
formance was entirely satisfactory.
Poor, pretty, little blue-eyed babyl LIow
he coughs! Why don't bis mothbr give
him a dose of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup!
A Characteristic Letter.
When Buffalo Bill arrived at Scranton,
Pa., ho received the" following characteris
tic letter from Sam Clemens, better known
as Mark Twain. The letter followed Mr.
Cody, and "caught on" at Scranton.
Ei.mika, N. Y., September 10, 1884.
Dear Mr. Cody:
I have now soon your Wild West show
two days in succession and have enjoyed it
thoroughly. It brought vividly back the
breezy wild life of the great plains and the
liocky mountains, and stirred me liko a
war song. Down to Its smallest details the
show is genuine cowboys, vaqueros, In
dians, stage coach, costumes and all. It is
wholly free from slmm and insincerity, and
i ho effects produced upon me by its specta
cles were identical with those wrought up
on me a lunu time ago by the Bame specta
cles on the frontier. Your pony express
man was as tremendous an interest to me
yesterday as he was twenty-three years ago
when hu used to come whining by from
over tho desert with the war news; and
your bucking horses were even painfully
real to mo, as i roue one ot those outrages
once for neurly a quarter of a minute. It
is often said on the other side of the water
that none of the exhibitions which we send
to England are purely and distinctively
American. If you will take the Wild West
show over there you can remove this r-
proach. Truly yours
StrH'ght' iied Up.
After suffering with a lame back for a
long time, Mr. O. N. B yer, Carillon,
Quebec, Canada, says he was completely
cured l-r St. Jacobs Oil, tho great pain-reliever.