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THE DAILY CAiko BULLETIN; THUKSDAV MOKNlNv, NOVEMBER 20, 1884.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. It
Shortest ami Quickest Rout
St. Louis and Clucairo.
Tho Onlv lAue Kuuutim
Making Dikkot Connkotion
K A STERN LINES.
TKAINt L.S1TI CilHo:
ii: ( i in. Mbll,
Arriving In Ht. Louli .U) a.m. ; Chicago, 8 :S0p.tt..i
C(inr;m;ilnif at C rl i r i and KtHnirriam fir ClnclD
dm I. Louisville, Indianapolis and point ttaat.
) '-MZ l. in. F'lint !-t. J.ouin mill
Arrlvlnc lb St Louis 6:45 p. m.,and runnextliw
for all puluia Weal.
3:43 . in. Kant KxirM.
Por Ht. Louil D1 Chiraifo, nrrlvluu at St. Lotm
10-15 p. in., aud Chicago T :) a. m.
3:45 p. in Cincinnati Kxjm-uhh.
Arriving at Cincinnati :I0 a. m.; I.ouiavill. li:V.
a. m. ; ludlanapo.ia 4.o5 a in. l'aa-ei,Kuri h
Ihla train rea.li the above puiLl ly to JO
Jol'Kb In advauce of any other route.
fgrTlie 8:15 a. m. t-ipreaa bat 1'L'I.I.MAN
HutEl'ljiU CAU from Cairo t L'lticUiiial'.. with
out cliuin;ei, aud ttiruugl) sleepers t :. I.O'i).
Fast Time Kast.
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(allied by Sunday iliterveuinK. 'I'll e Sat .riiay alter
oon tra.n Low ('alro arrive In new Yo'k MiMay
norniUK at 10:35. 'J'bl rt-eix hour in advance.il
07 other rotlUi,
14T K" through tirket. and fur". cet iLlorinalloi
H-iV at Illinois Cc'Utral llaitruad Depot, Cairo.
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, UuJer llie
Law of 18U3.
HncceM.ir to Wldowa and Orphan Mumal A d So
duly, o Kanl.ui: July 4ih, 1877, uuilv
tho laws of ItiTii.
JoHN H. ltOIUNSON frundui.t
WM. S'KAI'r N Vlw Prtxlduip
J. A. UiLlHTINK Tteaioiru
t. W. 1)0 -.NlMi.... Medlca. Advlnut
TUOMAS LBWIS Si-crnlnr)
HOARD OF DIRECTORS koh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strtttton.Strntton lllnl, . ro".era, t'a'.m, I'I.
J. A. (toidatluu, oKiolilKttno .t Itnaenwiiter, wliole
tale and retail dry goodiC W. Di.tinniK, M.
Prea. ltd. Med Kx., for renalona; Albert l.uwla,
ciiintnlHalun mvrchHiit: J. II Hoblimoii, roiiniv
Indue an notary public; Win. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Inuuranne acent! R. 11 HhImi, city
atreet mpervlnir; M. I'll 111 a, carpi liter and liuliu
er; Thoiiia l.t"i. attornev and aiicretnry
P:roe.tloriiev-iil-lHW, IHitiuoin 111 ; K. U. Puce
caabler of 'entennlal Hun , Aalilev. Ill 1 Albert
llavden, cannier of Uooruo Coiine ly , Co., Srlnii
fl.ild, II ; It. M 'Hum, iittoriioy-at-'aw. liiu Hu.v
dolpU alreet, Chlcaco; lion, Itobl.A. llatcrer, ut
lornev-at law, Charleatno. Mo; Ii. I.elu'lilor;
caahier Klrnl Natlonul Hanlt. Stuart. Iowa
BEFORE V-AND -YAF'fEn
Electric Applbnci ut tent on 30 D.vk' 1 rial,
TO UIH ONLY, lim OR OLD,
WHO aiK iiirnitiirf trull Ninvnea P. int.tn y,
1...MT Vitality, l.aca nr Nn' .a KmirK mo
Vluna, WiariNi WHaifi:a. and nil Hi. iii"n-"i
ef a l' 'iku NTi'iia ri'DHliintf If' mi Am " iv. and
(iTIIHM ruraaa. Hpeeily relief and eni.iplelo reitu"
i-nili, ii m llitirn.V niHHntnl 'iiiii"iii,r.iiAi 1 1 n,
1 he a-rati'leat illnrmery nr Ihi. N mi.-i (: t It i vntnry.
Ivlidat. Hue fur lllui.tiaUHll'aiiiii.'ifii,)l Ail line
voltaic BEiTco.,wAmifHi., r:inH.
QA.IR0 OP KB A HOUSE.
Ono Niitlit Only.
THURSDAY, NOV. 20
Tbfi First flroat foinpany this Season
will apju'ar in tliis city.
Thla popular company, atronitur and b-iter than
ever, Ciinpoio-d ot the beat inina rel talent availa
ble, Lrvtcutirig nnuibeneva new novelilui,
The Rost rompilians,
Dancers, ml-Men and
Musicians in the i'rofesion
Look Outforthe Grand Parade at 12
tr"Admlsalon, 50 and 75 cents. Gallery, ib
centa. aeala secured at llu lir'a
(JAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
A J'ositivo Novoltv!
Prepare for a Surprise! Hut nit until
Saturday Eve., Nov. 22, 1881.
ffAT.1. I.AniES!-: Klrat (Jrai.d Inauu'iiral
i our of t ie Famed European hensat cn, Hit
Company of l adies Only
Appearing In the Ureal London and Paris
"AX A1)AMLES EDEN,"
preai ntl g tliln Impo.fihie fn'ly of the day, In He
ai Spiebdnr and aji Ifloc ce t y a bef of
rlia'tn'inr and caltlvaled Ladv Comedier nea,
Lady SpecalUts, Lady Vocaiiit, Lady Munlc-an-
UKMKMHKH! ALL LAMES, No GENTLEMEN.
Pciltve'v the flri-t time of an unt're Kvenlne' En
tei'aiimieiii preaei.ted by a Company oi l a.
die on y.
Superb Complete, Ladies Orchestra!
Grand La'ies ililitary liana!
Tni-theatre trai ffiim ed l"r the above ccaslnn
Itto -A ;rd' n o( Eden " It. a aturday eve Ing
in mud lb dale Nov. '.'J. 1-81 It iiiarka the ad
vein of lh only r al nuveliy that ou wl I vcttne
Ida eann. No advance In pric a SS, 50andT5
reins. Secure reserved a.-ata a' B ide,
M: I II LV CLY.
So c Manaerei-a and Uirectoreas.
IlKUTY NATIONAL HANK.
Of 'uiro, l llinoitf.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
(jeucral liaiikiii? ruiiiess
''on tl lifted.
THUS, .v U Vl,,ll)AV
iNTERl'liiSE SAVING HANK
KXCLI'SIVELY A SAYIM-JS I'AMl.
THUS Y. IIAl.,1.1 HA ,
ill! A I N J Ki
iltniiinn-ciiil Avt'imc and Kiirlitli Strut
K. HIIOSS, P'v.ldelit. I e. NfTKI". V!ce'r3'nt
II. WKLLS, (Mahler. I T. J. Kerth, t' cusli
. BroM .l a'ro I WM!a n KI.i.b. .(V.lro
Peter Ned' ' ! Willinm Wolf.,.. '
r, M tiaterloh " I ('.. Patler "
K A. Hudor " I II. Wells '
J. Y. Clema.il., Caled.Piila.
A .iENEKAI. UANKISU Ml'SlNE.iS OuNK.
KxohnnKO sold and bo'iuht. It'terest pul l u
fie savliiK Department. Cullecurna ir.td.1 kdi'
all litmlness proinptiv attended to.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cair, ill.
VAI'OU, ELKCTRO-VArOK nii MEDICATKI'
A lady In attendance.
P M. 1IARUELL, M. 1).
Oi'KH'E Hnst Sldi'CoiiiinercUl, liulow 8th St.
Citlro. Ill uoIb.
j R. E W. WltlTLOCK,
rua No. ISti C.illim iir.tal AV(iuc, liw. et
i"i ''i and N r. il ti1,,j
0. PARSONS, M. 1).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
iiKl-'lOIC-Olty OntK Sioru CarliomUlu, 111,
oliliuiiii'l. mill nil I'nieiit llu I ins ulleinKil to for
I .r nmd.'Mii1 fees.
Our .111.! la "i. pis o llu-(' S. Patent Ort'ee, and
wo enti iinlnln Puieiits in less tlmu iliiiu those ru
pu le fn in Viiiiliiiitiiti.
Hi iil mi dol nl ilmliu, We mWI. n lotm
I Plablllij- Ir.e of rliariM.; mid wo limko tio chartf'
un'ess pit, em Is sit re '.
W i. tiler here, to Hie Postinaulir, tlm Hlipt, (I
oni'v i tiler I i v . . mill lo th nill.-lnl i f H e V. S,
Palept Olllc.i 1' it fliciilii , ndvii e, terms nn I rel'-f-
reiein ui nr mil rlnpia In your iwnH alutu
L'tilliity, virllu to
r, A snow ,t u,
Opposite Patent OHluo, WarliliiKton, 1), C.
Look for the Red Light,
at DcBuUti'a 5U Olim 1. vc
Chas. 0. Ebel & Co., Directory Pub
lisher, Imvu commiiiictiil tin- tiunvnsa of this city to
collect tlio liitonnatiiin nccuwniry for tt.o
tiew ci'y (Itti ctory. Tim work " will cm
liriicu it complete lint of hubinecH, Arms,
private cit r.i-n.i, wiih pliice of tiuninecs hii.I
ri-hiiii-nc.-, and h iniscullnni i UH dir.-ctor ot
till! CltV, county limi tOMfiallip I'tlk-els,
churches, rtiilmncjrt, Imnkf, (virinirntcil com
purlieu mid lieiicvoii rit iiiHtiiutioiirt, litcrury,
military, secret aud oiln-r Hocietica, a com
plete street directory, wunl boundaries, tel
ephone directory, and a complete cluHsitiod
Wo most respectfully solicit your patron
L'0 and t,'urantee a firt-cltts work in ev
ery respect. 4t
Hewett cm fcuj.ply y. u with the lies'
Oysters in the ciry. " tf
Under the auspices of the woman's club
aud library association : Class iu oil puint
iuff, Mrs. 0. Fisher; class in wood -carving,
hammered brass, repousse, modelini; ami
etching, Mrs F. Kotsmeyer. For terms
and hours apply toabovo named teachers.
Place your orders with Ikwett for
Oysters amJ Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to Deli.uo's, 50 Ohio
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Oeo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless for live years, so helpless that she
U'Uid not turn nv.-r in bed al.me. She Used
two bottles of Electric Hitters, nnd is su
much improved, that she is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters w ill do all that is claimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Ouly fifty
cents a bottle at Barclay Bros. (2)
For the Best Oysters,
yo to Deiihun's, SO Ohio levee.
Hcwett'g Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one dour e-st of Commercial. tf
bucKien's Aruica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
'ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
onis.an.l all Skin Eruptions, and positively
urt s Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
.'" cents p,.r hex For sale by Barcl
Open Day and N iy lit.
Dc Balm's ! st.iurai.t, 50 Oiiio leV.-e. tf
All Kditor's I ribiite.
There.. u p. Keiitur. Edm r ..f Ft. Wayne,
Intl., "GaZO'le," writes- "Fur the p.ist tive
years have always u-cd Dr. Kind's New
Discovery, for coml'Iis of most severe ch ir
acter, as well as t'nr thuKO ut' a milder tvie.
It never Isils to itli-f t a f-p.-edy dire. My
irii-nda to wlmmT h-.ve rec.imiiiendi'il it
speak of It in same high telllls. !I ivi
In en cured ly it ol tveiy cough I hive hmi
for tive wars, I c nsider it ih.- or ly reliabUj
.nd sure cure for couul s, e lds, etc." Call
Ht B. relay Pros..' Drug St'Te Slid gut a Free
7lh Bottle. Large size $1 0(1. (2)
Only the Best Brand of oysters,
at DtB.iun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Belter Tiiau Diamonds,
and of greater value than tine gold is a
ureat tonic and renovator like Kidney
Wort. It cxpella all poisonous huiimrs
irom the blood, tone up the system and by
ncti.ig directly on the most mportnnt or
gans of the body stimulates them to healthy
action and restores health. It lias effected
many marvelous cures and for all kidney
diseases and other kindred troubles it is an
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, iilllict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Cheap Homes in Arkansis and Texas
Along the lire of the St, Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International snd
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest tanning ami grazir.u
lands in the world, ranging in price from
f.'.OO to $:!00 and $4.(10 per acre, in a
healthy couutry, wiih climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress, to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1H82, and makeup your mind to go ano.
see for yourslf when you learn that the crop
f:r IW is 50 per cent larger than that of
18S2. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, on. ,
half, or all cash, n proportionate rebate in
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies, lines.
II. C. ToWNstNO. Gen'l Pass, Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,
For the Cure vi Coughs, Coidn.t
ironrr.i'no-s,l!:-nn( lii'li".,Croup, Inflti
.iitv. a . u.i'i i ...... ;..f i.
v ui.j. llllMil, ,1 IIIHPJ'lllg V.UI1J 11, JI1-
cipieiu Consumption and for tho re-
net c.i cor ..niiilivcirr.,on:ii!iiii!van-s
cm Mages of the 1 i:v;t ,e. lor S'aleW
!y all Druggist price, 2? (Vnts.fi
t.fl 'H VLM MT.UI1
THE OTHER BARNUM,
Tho Oreat Showman, Although Ro
aasurod by tho Rosult of
Vuich Ee Says Was a Protective Tariff
Victory Won in the Nime of the
Will Keep His Promise and Sell All His
Property at Seventy-Five Per Cent,
of lis Present Value.
Biudgekirt, Cox.v., November 19.
P. T. Itanium said yesterday concerning
his recent offer to sell his property in tho
city at oiie-quarter less than Its value lu
case of Cleveland's election : "I believe
H tiro trade were adopted lu this country
the real estate ol Bridgeport would de
preciate at least twenty-five per cent. I
so much feared that li the Democrats
succeeded they would establish free trade
that I pledged myself lu that evoit to
sell all I possessed here for one-quarter
less than my agent's present prices. Of
course I did not propose to peddle out a
lothereandahou.se there, but I would
sell lu a lump. Men of mouey In Bridge,
port have proponed forming a syndicate
to buy me out. I always Intend to do as
I agree, and am, therefore, ready, but
not anxious to do so iu this case. Al
though for reasons I will not give you,
all the danger ot Introducing tho
PKItMClOUS FRKI3 TK VDU
system In this couutry has passed away
probably forever, my offer remains open
until Christmas. "It is clour now that
Cleveland's election was brought about
by Influences that expressly disclaimed
the free trade part of the Democratic
platform. Witness the business men's
Democratic procession in New York In
which were many banners reading, 'No
free trade' and 'protection to American
Industry.' Witness also the
election to Congress hy the
Democrats of such men us Pulitzer, Mer
riinan and others who are pronounced
protectionists. We have also the fact
that Cleveland was elected by a very small
plurality: that the United States Senate
is licpublicun and that a majority of the
House of Representatives are protection
ists and would not pass a free trade bill.
Although Cleveland is elected, It is a sub
stantial triumph for the policy of protec
tion." 15 IX KS HOT 1 XtUANUEU.
The Last Shot Fired With Fatal Effect.
Ciuttanooiu, Tksv, November 19.
News has been received lu re of a tragedy
In Cooke County. For some time a
feud has existed between Charles (itin
ttr and Wiliiam Rollins. Early la Sep
tember, while Rollins was passing along
the public road in company with several
persons In broad daylight, he was tired
upon by some one concealed in a thicket,
a load of buckshot being lodged
In his shoulder. The wound was
considered dangerous, but he recovered.
Sii.silcion Hlriiii'ly minted to (iunler,
hut he was not arr.-st.-d. A few days
ago while (iunter was passing in the same
vicinity in company with his sister, broth
er and another man, Rollins tired on him
from a dense hemlock and laurel thicket.
A load of shot filtered liunter's hna-t
and he died in less than an hour. The
assasslu made his escape aud is concealed
In the woo.h. He is a desperate man
aud killed (iunter' s brother some years
ago, for which he was acquitted.
The Cattle Convention.
Sr. Lot is, Mo., November l'J. In the
Cattlemen's Convention this morning the
Committee ou Pcnuaucnt Organization
presented Its report us follows: For
President, John L. Routt, of Colorado,
with one Vice-President from each
State Missouri, C. F. Leonard, and Illi
nois, Elmer Wushburnej Secretary, Amos
T. At water, of St. Louis; Assistant Sec
retarv, J. L. McAfee, of Maryland, aud
Reading Clerk, J. W. Booth.
An offer ol a special train to Chicago
during the week was made by the Chicago
& Alton Railroad Company.
The Committee ou Credentials present
ed its report, showing 1,142 delegates
present and entitled to seats In the Con
vention. A motion that all resolutions offered to
rhe Convention bo referred to the Com
mittee on Resolutions without debate
was carried. A memorial from Johu
Evans, President ol the Denver & New
Orleans Railway was read, setting forth
the objects of the Infant enterprise aud
Its connection with the cattle Interests of
the country aud asking the Couvcutiou's
Judge Carroll, of Texas, presented 11
resolution that the Convention memori
alize Congress In behalf of tho National
cattlo trull and apuilnl a committee to
present the memorial to Congress,
Judge Sayers, of Texas, offered a rcso
lutlon Indorsing the National trail,
which was carried.
DfiifQlH, Ia,, November 19, A flro
this noon destroyed a large frame house
on the corner of Thirteenth and Washing
ton streets. Loss, 91,200.
The Lhtlmqut 7Ves, Republican, has
torn down every rooster about the ollleo
and says the party Is as good as gone,
Lkxinotox, Ky., Noveiulwr 19. Au
effort Is being made by petitioning the
Governor to have the sentence ol John
Bush comjnutcd to life Imprisonment.
Bush has been four times tried and thrice
Mitivlctcd, nnd a month ago the Governor
appointed Friday next for his execution.
Tho Hennepin Canal Company met at
Several cases of cholera are reported at
Snow fell yesterday In many parts ol
II. II, Dennis, grain commissioner,
The lli'hlsh squadron lu Chinese waters
Is to be reinforced.
The dry goods mI.uv of Harvey Browu
burned at Gliard, K.is.
Hyatt, Levlii.M & Co., bankers, Vln
t'euiies, I ml., suspended,
ihe Metropolitan National Bunk ol New
Vork will go Into llquldalioa.
Baddlory Stora Burned.
Cairo, III., November 19. W. Lud
wl'B saddlery aud trunk store burned
last ulght. The loss on the hooso and
Btock id 0,000; Insurance, $4,000.
One Dollar trora Njw York to Buflalo.
Nkw Yohk, November 19. Tickets to
Buffalo could he procured here yesterday
for u dollar over the Erie uud Central
Hendricki at Pittsburgh.
PiTTSUL'iioH, Pa., November 19. Vice-President-elect
Hendricks and family, and
Senator Voorhees, passed through the
city this morning ou the fast line, eu
route to Washington.
Death ot,Dantol D. Badg-er.
New York, November 19. Daniel D.
Badger, the pioneer of this country In the
use of Iron for building purposes, died
at his home in Brooklyu on Monday of
pueuiuonla, after uu illness of four weeks.
Killed by Officers.
Vicksbl-ko, Miss., November 19. Two
negroes, Jno. Thomas aud Andrew Trot
ter, who shot and killed George E. Bird
song, a Constable, at Bolton last week,
w ere overtaken by a posse, when one was
killed and the other captured.
Isaac Johnson Hanged.
Canto.v, Miss., November 19. Isaac
Johnson was hanged at eleveno'clock this
moruiug in the jail yard by Sheriff Reld,
for tho murder of Bella Booker. Only
county olllcers, newspaper reporters and
ministers were allowed to witness the
Waitinir for the Returns.
Albany, N. Y., November 19. Tho
Board of Canvassers will meet at 3 p. m.
to-day, but will probably adjourn until
to-morrow, as the returns have not been
received from New York, Kings and St.
Only a Hoax.
Ottawa, Ont., November 19. Prof.
rclwcin, Superintendent of tho Geologi
cal Survey, states that the story of an
Immense sea or lake, having been discov
ered in the northern part of the Province
of Quebec, Is a hoax. Luke Mistassini,
which they represent as equal to Lake
Superior In size, was surveyed by Prof.
Sel weiu iu 1870, and is referred to in tho
geological reports of that year.
Grain and Provisions.
WKDNKSDAV, NOVKMliKIt 13, 1SH4.
Cotton Sternly; nil.l'lHiiu, Val'S'e.
Kl.ot,u-Steudy; XXX to choice, ti'.WallO;
patents, M.l.ial.Nl. j
WiiKvr-U otiker; No. 2 Ited, 73,'737,c; No.
3 lto.l, i.i'j ui;:ic.
('dun Weaker; No. 2 mlxoil, 37.Va3Sc; No.
2 white mixed, in.-.
(UTS Lower; No. 2, .;' ,c.
IlVE Dull ; Nn. i, (T'a a47Sc
T'.ilivi ...j l inn; lus; common to choice,
Koo .i' in.oo ; leaf; common red leaf, $7.5o ol
ln.ml; medium to L'noil, j'.'.UOa I7.no.
lUv I'raine, .ooa ii.:,.i for prime to elioleo
new ; e over uiiM'-l, iMniirlii.iHi for common
to iii-iine; pr inn new tnuutliy, t'J.uuaU.uu;
laney. JU.no'.i l:i no.
in i-tKK Mcudy ; choice to fancy creamery,
iri'.i '.; dairy, choice to fancy, -inuite.
i..!.. r riu ; ili'Sll sux-K, per Un7.cn.
I l'o I viol. Firm forchoice,; coiuiuou dull
j common to choice, . o-.i I. Sc.
I'moi Dull; new mew., II.JSJH ,',().
I.4III 4uiiir ,- i-ltti. prelim, 7.. 7 l
l.Aenv-l.ori(.s,;.,c; shorts, 7.YSe; clear;
, i T) i ii 1 , 1. 1 1 iiiii it eu,
VI' -e . . i ,. . . . . . .
- i. i uu-w usni-ii, cnoice, ; lair, 'J7c;
lllllU'V IIIHl low. -'i'lf'.'Ac. I'llWllrtlll.il.-l'll
indium, jn'n.j(i',c; (.'odd n crano medium, IS
i.iiiici scireren incut line, 17 a Is,-; Koodavi-r
ime, lii j 17c; hea y, II n hi; comtilliK.'.iimrtcr
moo.i, jim.'.i'.jc; coiiililng, low grades, Hdi
lltOKs Steady and firm; dry flint, 17e;
w ..... .. (,'.-!, in . , uuiia in silica nine, pic; salt
ed. He: nine uto.-k. .'ic i.ri.wiu,.u..,i
dinmiKed, 7c; enlciilf skins, 11 c; bull's or
m.H,n, -ii, (ill-l-u UIICUICU, I'ttlSjCJ UllIllllKCll,
u -4. , I lie, .1.;,
siiKKi- 1'ki.ts-iiiiII ; L'reen.Mo'iWc; iln-, do,
4.'c; greuu slieurlins, l.-iaiiijc.
WllKAT Weaker; .i.2 lied, December, Sflp;
Jaiiiiiii-y, ..",..-; Kehruury, M.,e; March, su,e;
. : i "- .....v ,,., 4v , ..lii-iiiim-i ,
4scj Jaiiiiaiy, 4n?,e; t'ehniury, ili'.e:
('., nN.Mi.il.lv Mr,Miiln.i- M'n. tin, I,...
ii'vrs-steu ly ; Nnveuilier, 31'c; Deceuiher,
UI L', U II II II 111 , J. 4C.
WllK r Weaker; November, 71Vc; Decem
ber, 7JSe; Jiiiiiiaiy, "J'la73.',e; t'ebniiiry,
71 Sc; Muy.Ni'.c.
Cons Lower; November, 41 tfe; December,
87 ,; year, :!7 ',e; .laiiuiii-y,,'US jj',e; Kebru
my, 'li1,.-; May, ;l7',e.
Oirs Weaker; November, 2.1e; Decein.
her. '-'S'.e; year, 251,0; January, ibu; May,
I'oitK-Sleady; year, f 11.07 'i ; January,
511.17', -, February, Jll.27SV
LaiiIi WenUer; November, $7.s7; Decein
her, f.'..7'i; January, l.so; l ubruiiiy, io,s7',;
siionr Iii us November, Ji'i.iiO; January,
f A-TTS ; February, fi.sj,
Live Stock Markets,
Catti.k Market firm and steady; Rood to
heavy steers, t.i.i'i ui,. l.-i; fair to k'oo.I,
6.tai; common to meiliuin natives, $;I.7,Vm4.'.,A;
fair to L'ood Coloniilo steers, $.l.7Al.,'ii; Unlit
to iiood Htoekers, -pl.iHi .1 :t.7. ; native rows and
hellers, J.'.lua.l.so; inllcli eows and culves.
$:;i.iki 11 i.vim.
lions .Market fairly nctlvo and steady;
fair mixed to u-ond henvv pucklnir, $l.J,Vu 1. 10:
llglit hotfH, H.IMI11 l.ilti; plus, M.;.'ni 1. ihi.
siiKKi- Demand llht and supply small;
coiiiiniin to medium, .fl.7ft'a2..1j fair to uoo.l,
J.7S'a:t.l.1; Rood to choice, fl.2juH.i0; hiuihs,
per loo Its, f J.00 a l.iio.
Iloiis-lieeelpts, ll.inhi ; active; IflttlSc lower;
lluht, j;l.lin,i...'t(); roimh pat-kliur, fUt.JU;
heavy packliiK and shlppInK, $.2.Va 1.4.1.
('ATTI.K Itecelpts, ti.ii.Hi; strotuter; bent
Kfildes Hlmdi) IiIkIi.'I-; exports, Vl.J.'iail.iin; fair
to itood Mliltipers, J,'i.7.Va ,1..l ; clmlcii to laney,
J.l.l'Owil. Ui; -I'exans, f2.2,Viil j M esterns, f',1.
Mil;!.!' Id IptN, 4, ikk); ipilrt and uu-
Chaiiijed; lulerlor to best gnules, $ l.7.Vu;l.yo.
f'UTI.K Market huicllve and lower.
S11 k Ki" ami I.amiis Market active and firm,
but not illicit 1 1 1 1 1 hlcher; iiieilliim to koo.1
Sheep from su 1.1 to It, m, f j.N'enM.dn; common to
Jirliiio lambs, fl.'i'i'u l.iio for Western; jl.'i'J
,1111 lor Ciinada,
llo.ia-Maiket dull, weak and lower; ood
o choice VorkerMf(,ln'.i ,ii; bulehers' urades
$4.4ii'rt I.Mi, mostly it. 4,1; (Wears, inoslly butch
ers' (trades, unsold.
C'attmc lleceipts, :i,nti;i; natives steady;
ranirers slroiitf; exports, til.Oi.'ti il.:t.'i ; muni to
eholco ahlppliifr, $ft..1oi .s.'.si ; common to me
(lllllll f,1,HO'n.1.IO; lec.lers, f:l.i,'iHi4.:tll; cows,
JJ.iiO',1 irriins-T'iixiis steers, f3,2j'a4.IO; Col
orado half lire. ids. f 1. .Mi u . to.
Ilo.is-iteceipis, :i,iiii; weak and lower;
lots of inn lo .ill pounds average at Jl.l,Va4.40;
maliilv at .fl.'.M n 1. XV
MinKi'-liticeipis, KM; steady j natives of 118
pounds avi'i'iuto in $;.:;o,
Mutiny and Block Market.
Nl!V Voiot, November III, l .ni r. M.
Money easy at IS per cent ; rxehntiw firm ;
t.overiilneiils dull ; ciirrencv Ms, Jl.vW bid ; 4s,
cuipoii' .2I' bid; 4,,s do', 51, It bid. Th8
maikrt whs diilliiMhe openlmr this morn
but, 'ml pi-li'i'ii were aieailllv maintained.
At (he sc. nnd call the clupieri bid up sonin of
the leielrrs iiuln sharplj-.u This had tin)
elfert of cnu.,li)ir Hume eoVerlUK bv til
shorts, 1111. lev v. Iilch tho whole t a liiiced.
I!uyliiwas Mlcady an ', prices improved on
every liniiHuciloti, At the time of wrltltm
qiiotiUioim 111 0 up S1S per et'iil., niKl thu
tone was firm.
C'apt. Wes Conner and Ike Brookg are
pilots of tho Wyoming.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last night.
At last reports the new steamer Targould
was hard aground at Scuilletown bar.
The littlo towboat Iowa is reported hard
aground at Tlptonvillu with a fleet of
st .ve barges.
The Belle Memphis leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg, is duo here to-morrow
The City of New Orleans from St Louis
leaves here for the lower Mississippi to
morrow. She is due to night.
The Lludson from St. Louis is due to
night for Paducah. See W.F. Lambdia
passenger agout and get cheap rates.
Capt. Harvey Thompson is looked for
homo to-day. Ho went to St. Louis to pur
chase a boat for the Cairo and New Mad
Tha City of Providence from Vicksburg
passed up from St. Louis last nicht. Bha
discharged 500 bales of cotton here for the
The Wyoming left here last night at 8
o'clock for New Orlsans with a fair trip
with a good prospect of filling out below in
the bends. She had a big passenger trip.
Quite an interesting little race occurred
last evening between the tug Ariadue and
a clipper built tug called the Pearl. The
Pearl made the most noise but the Ariadue
showed her heels with ease.
Speaking ol the performance of "Wild
West" an exchange says:
The attack unun the at aire, roach hv tha
Indians and the rescue by the scouts and
cowboys was made most realistic. A fam
ous old stage, fotmerly employed between
wcadwooa and uiieyenne, was driven up to
1 lie I'rnnil stuntl bv Pru.l Uyihnn. i 1
CI' ' nifliui.no, au U1H
Dead wood driver, when Capt. John Nelson,
the Sioux interpreter and Frank Whiting,
a brother hero, mounted to their places oa
top. Several passengers from among the
spectators wern taken aboard, and after the
u-ual instructions tho mules were given the
lash and the mimic journey began. They
had gone about half the distance around
the track when a party of Indians fired up
on them from ambush aid then gave chase.
A running tight ensued, and just as they
seemed about to annihilate the coach and
its passengers a troupe of cowboys appear
upon the scene and speedily scatter the red
skins with 'heir well dire ted shots.
Wild Texas steers and buffaloes were
next turned loose upon the field and after
wards lassoed and ridden by the cowboys
and Mexicans, and the performance finally
concluded bv a realistic attack nnon a act.
tier's cabin. The scene began with the re
turn of the antelope thrown over his horses
back. As the family were at supper two
fii.liang couii be seen stealthily creeping
through the grass towards the unsuspect
ing whites, and shortly a large band of
Sioui appear mounted on ponies. The
crack of a rille was heard. An Indian fell
heaplong from his pony and then the fight
began in earnest. As the murderous red--kins
were about to apply a burning brand
to the cabin home, the sharp crsck of fifty
titles told of the approach of the scouts.
Yells and war whonns rent tha air. IInr.
men galloped to and fro, and a picture
startling in its realism was presented.
Buffalo Bill was of course prominent in all
thesH scenes, but his greatest applause
was won by his hand-to-hand encounter
with a brawny Indian in imitation of his
well known and riesdlv duel with tb fa.
moils chief, Yellow hand, and by hi rifle
shooting while riding a fleet flouted bron
cho. Tho medical miracle is what the nnn1e
call St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-conqueror
Lilly Clay Combination.
The probabilities are that the snlcndid
display of lithographic work, which ea-
liven 1I10 shop windows throughout the
cit) will have a strong tendency to draw a
lug crowd at tho opera house Saturday
evening to witness the "Adamless Eden."
The band belonging to the "Adamleas
Eden" combination, composed entirely of
ladies, will make a grand street parade Sat
urday afternoon, and on Saturday night
Qo up thou bald-head" aud buy a ticket
to Lilly Clay's splendid entertainment at
the opera house.
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