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THE DAILY UAIttO BULLETIN: tfUNDAV JUOllNiNU, NOVEMBEK 23, 1884.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL li. H
Shortest and Quickest Routr
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oxilv lAno Kurmiiiu
0 DAILY TRAINS
0 Irom Cairo,
Makinu DintoT Conmkotion
I'KAIN Liati Caihii:
11: iU h. in. Mi.il.
Arrtvltm In bt. Urn in ;tf.m.: Culcko,H:3llp.m.t
CuriLi-Miiit Ml Odin tut Etflnifhain f r Cincin
nati. l,ouiiville, Indianapolis atnl potM Ka.u,
1U:U3 p- in. Flint St. Louie, uii'l
Wsttrn Kx in't'MB.
Arriving lb St I. on In 8:45 p. tu.,riil ronneclli,.
fur all polut! Went.
3:45 i. m. Fuist KxiueHM.
For St. I.ouli uii'l ChlriKn, nrrlvluu at St. Lou'
lO li p. iu., and Cblcitfo :jo a. in
3:45 p. in Cincinnati Kx.ivh.
Arriving at Cincinnati ?:) a. ni . ; l.nuicllli -t:V
a. m. ; Indlauapo.l 4 A a m. Pns-unifcr.. tit
tbi tram re, h the ati .ve pmu lut to 'i(J
Ucl.'Hs in advance of any otiirr raite
Hrrim 3:'." a. m. cxpre li I'CU.MA.N
buaKl'iNti CAH (ruin Cniro I I iiirlnnaO. mtii
out change.!, and turunda !lcupor In .;. boob
Fast Tirno rJust.
'.iwuiwriii'w 1 ,'r"",: n l" K""-
ttSCULUB eg noist without an; d-.m
erased by Sunday mu rvinnx. The. Bat .r ia niter
anot. lr.;u fioui Cairo Arrive In new York lluii'iay
snrniutf at M:S'i. Tulr')-ix Uourr lij atlvanceul
ui other mute.
S-tT'Ft" tlirouh ticket and fiirr.ei n.toM .alloi,
ti LIY at lilllioU Central Itailroad i'.-;mt. t.'airo.
i. U. JONhS, Tl. U A;:fi.l
A. II . HANSON. ie,u F. Aiier.t. t.Mmtro
R. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHAI. It. K.
Train det't. Toon- srr vr.
fMil .....i:Jla.T. itMill 4: .' i m
Kxpre i:4!iu. m Kirr 11 t'v 'n,
JSt Loun f x n. m. I l l.ix. :r ti i ' r. in.
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Mill 4:1'. a.m I V . Kx .. l:i '. n..
tKip't- !': ui.ltNO Kx . 1 1 :!0 a.m.
t ccoai.l 3 41 p.m. I tN. O. h .. A:KO v n,
BT. L. A I. M It. It.
tKtprcM 10::top.ra. I Lipn-. .. .3:1" p. a..
tSt L. Mall ... e:0 p.m. M. L Vnl!. ,i,:-ti a m
tSt. L. ti :'! a m t -1 L. Hi. .oloo.ir,
W., ST. I.. A IV K. H.
Mall A Bi 4 "a m. Mall Kx ii.Wip.m.
Accuiu 4 :! p.m. I ' Acco n .. .. ...10 :o a. n..
Fruitful -....7:4'i a.m. Freight u 4'. p. to
MoJJILK A OHIO K. It.
Mall J".' a.m. Mall 4 I'p.rr.
Kxprce II i a. in I Kipr 10 :U p in.
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Dally except suu.lay. t Daily.
AH RIVAL AND DEPAKTUKh OK .VAiLS
Air at ' Mi-p n
1'. li. I'm I'l
I. C K. (t trough loi 'i; mail), b a. tn
' ..11 .urn in : p ia
(war mall).... ax''pru 9 :. m
" (olltlHrll Div. ::ip ni. m
Iron Mountain U. it fc:u p.m. 1 P.
Wabah U. it ti . m p. in.
Texa A St. Loui K. it U i.ool a. r.i,
b:, 1iuia A Clni it. K 4 P m H a ra
ohloUlver 1'. f 5 i'. "i
' depart! Wed . I'ri. ft Sun.
r (. e.)p del. op nfrom 7 :sn am to7: i pin
l'.O. hox del. oih.ii from tia.ru I" Up
Sunday! i(ec. ik'l. otien Iriim.. . t a. ru. t na. cu.
6unda! tn.x del . open from ... .H a. m to P'Moart
Jr-Nt)rK.-('liaiiL" wl'.l l a pii'ilU'.ed r.-ir
time tu tiru In city paper. I'liHt i-v vmit er. r
51. Ml'Hi'll I'. l
617 St. Charlei SU Si. LOUIS, MO.
A rBulnr Orsdiiat r. two ninllral
fOllfKei. Iiai beni lontei -ikkki1 in the treat
mentor ( 'lironii', Nrvn im, Irliiii nml
JUloo.l OIeses than any oilier phylrlan Iu
bt. I.ouli. as city paper allow .nl all i ht rest
dent know. ( Unnillatlnn .it oft;oe or Uv n.all.
free and lnited. A frlendl" ti.lk or Ins opinion
coita noihlnij. When It It l ieni.veiilent lovMv
the elty lor treatu.1 ut. nudicliic an lie nt
yniallor express eervwieie. curable oiwi
R iaraiiteed : where rluubt CX'atJ.v. I traukly
Wted. Call or Write.
N rronn Pmntratlnn, Pehl. itj;, llnt al anil
Phyiloal WknM, Wrrfuilaj and othw
aflectlo.'i of Throat, KklnawJ BunMEInoj
tmparltli.i and Bloftd roUnnla;, Sk Affef
tloni, Old MrfHiJ llceri. Im pari I mm! a U
Marrlayt, Rhtumatliw, Pllei. P'JiL;
tentloa t fi' from oter-worked Main.
81B(11CAL CASKS reftlT apM-lal attgntlon.
Blwaiiwi arlnlng frrnn Impruilenrn KxcunMj
Indulgeacei or Expoiuret,
It ll neir-evlilvnt that a plivilrlnu pylng
particular attention to a clasaof cawk attalna
Ureal (kill, and physician! In regular '.jraetles
all over the country ktiowlntr this freo'entlv
recommend owies to the oldent olllee lr A itierl
ca, where every known appliance I eorte
to, ami the provtMl koocI rnill ' ti aU
aire and countries are used, A whole lieiisn l
used for office purpose!, and all are treateil vltn
skill Iu a respectful mutineri and, know. nil
what to do, no experiments aro ninle. t.n ,.c
eount of the it"'at number aiplyln-. the
charts are kepi Unr. otlen lower ttmn la 'e
nianued by otVr. If you secure the ski 1 : nt
net aspeeilv and pertecl 1 1 ft cure, that . -Ho
liiiportmit iiinller. umplilet, 'M pagea, b:lit
to any addreat lice.
nS. 1HARRMGE GUIDE I pffi&
Klcttant cloth and irllt lilndlnir. Healed fot (.0
pent Iu poatiiKMor ciirri'iicy, over lllty w.iii
derful pen plcf.irei, true to life, article on toe
following subject i Who umy marry 1 v. lion it'
why 1'roperanetoiiiaiTv. Whoinarry nr ".
Manhood, Womanhood. Phvaleul decay. W .;o
ahould marrv. How life and happiness may je
lucreasi'd. Those mnrrled or eouteuipliit'.'K
niarryhiK "llould read It. It ought to be real
by all adult .permit!, then kept under lock ail
key, l'opulnr edition, saniea above, but pa ft
tover and iuo putfus, M cents ly uiult, t hiquui
Tho Weekly Bulletin,
-TtJlul)8 of TUN fur 1 3.60. tfuud numo
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
& JfHIUiV I i't. ;i iv .0,
Tho Kiulnent Traced an,
uppurtcd by an t(ll;knt rompany of artUt.
Sntcidl Scenery, Costume'', Armor,
tt?"AdmNilon, 50 and tr cent, (iallery, K
ceuta. seat! lucurcd at liu ler'i
'JiUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OUKJ LEVKE.
Ot'iieral Uankintr linsiness
THOH, W. UA.I.M1JA.V
jNTKI'.lMUSE SAVING HANK.
EXCLl'SIVKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
T.'iUrt. AV. IIAT.I.lIlA ,
'UV. & J N I Kj.
' iniimierciiil Aveiiut mid Kiiflitl' strrtt
K. Hi((iSi, Prideut.
II. WELLS, Ciebb r.
r. Nr'Kr". Vice I'r.Vn'
T. J. K.;rlh. A't cuti
)i !! ti'n:
. V.n Ca'ro I William Klje. C: In
CeterNett I WIliiHin Woif.... "
i'. ,M if urloh " I C. I). I'aller "
r. A. Uuder " I II. Well
J. V. t.'lemon, Caledonia.
A .;EKUA', HANKINii HI 1SKS OkNF.
lixohant", fo'd and io';ivit. Interurt pild n
tie atini.'! Department. Collect iOi tr.ado iij
a!! bnainei" I'M'nptiV altendert to.
I'ltOFUSSl'J N A L CAHDS.
J)H. J. E. STKO.NU,
1 29 roiuiucrcirtl Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAIOU. ELKCTUOVAI'Oll su MEDICATED
A aUy In attendance.
Y M. HAKKEI.L, M. 1).
0'-'F:cii-Ei)t SlilcComnurclal.licluw 8:h St.
'U'TO. Ill nois.
j )K. K W. W1IITLOCK.
tQ i'.)-f)tal rtui'KOOn.
r'nt Nt. C mm.rcHl Avenor,, between
tr'i xt 't V'l 'v St-er '
AKSON.S, M. I).,
(XJUI.LST AM) AU1I1ST.
tiFr'K' J fit) Dr.iir Smm. Car'ior.dalo, I'!.
IN'i' itAM r..
1' A T H K T S,
Caveat', Ke-leaiic! and TrKdcMnrl ! !erlfi'rl. antl
nil other patent eiiiisva in ilic I nlent tiillcu and
liclurc the Court! promptly and carefully intended
Upon re el nt of model ergKelcluif Invunlloti, I
tn nke rare fill extmltiiilion, mid nilvlau in to
piitetilabllitv l''rco nf Chut ite.
KKKS VltnUII Til, .11(1 I tnaltoNOCIIAIKire
t'NLKSS I'ATK.NT IS SKCL'KICD InlormiKloli,
ndvU'u ami spec-al rcfcri nee etil on iippllciillou
J. It. I.liTl' LL. Waahlnutiin. li. C.
'oU.H, ratuut OIllco.
C. Kocli, Matiufui'tiircr and Deal r
in Ixiiita hi.J slime, keeps nlwii)B nu 1ihdI a
UrU UHMOrtllll'tit llf(rfllta' ftll'l lU'lil.'b' IllMitH,
Hlities Kinl ruliiiura (it till Btylo uud biz'.
llitii(J-mitilu t; x J b u Hpuciitlty, hIho alwuyti
ou hiHul leitliur mid timlino.8. Itwillpiiy
yiu tn cull on him bel'uro urcliunin c hc
wliero. Ilia prices nro very low mul oatin
Look lor the Red Litflit,
at DtiUauti's GO Oliiu Irvcu.
Clias. 0. Ebel & Co., Directory Pule
have cntmiiniicc'ij tint ciuivasit of i1i!h city to
collect tlm Hit'ormntiiiii nect;iary fur tdo
new city tlinctory. Tlio work will em
bruco a compleiu list of liUainorH, firm,
private cit.zeiitt, with pl tcu of bushices and
rt'siUftice, and a DiiHcellaneoua directory ol
the city, county and tuvnhip nilictrH,
churclitB, railruNd., ImnkH, curiiomteil rom
p iitica and benevolent iustitutimiH, literary,
military, secret and other Hocietie, a com
plete street directory, WrtrJ boundaries, tel
ephone directory, aud a complete clussiliod
We most respectfully solicit your p'ttron
ae and guarantee a first-class work in ev
ery respect. 4t
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the I5et Oysters,
yoto Deliitun'c, SO Ohio levee.
Under the auspices of the wutn ui's club
and library association : C'Us in nil p-iint-it).',
Mrs. 0 Fi.ln r; clas in wood-carving,
liHiiunered brass, n-pousr-c, nin.lelint; and
etching, Mrs. F. Kotsnieyer. For tettns
and hours apply to above nutnel teachers.
Place your oiders with Hewett for
Ousters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a yoo 1 room, iro to DcBtun's, 00 Ohio
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, ol Manchester,
Mich., writes: ".My wile has been almost
helpless for live Jears. so helpless that file
could not turn over in bed alone. She ued
two Ij it t It a of Electric Bitters, and is so
much improved, that the is ablu iiow to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is cl timed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their yreat curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottle at Barclay Bros. (2)
Ilewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door est of Commercial, tt
Open Day and Nijrlit.
DeBauu's restaurant, 50 Ohio l vee.
linemen's Aruica Salve
The Best Sulve In the world for Cuts,
Btuises, Sires, Ulcers, halt Hkeum, Fevct
Mtrce, letter, thappeii Hands, Chilblains,
Cu tis.and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
ct:res l lies, ll la tfuaraiiteed t.i ifive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. I'rii e
it cents per box. For sale by 13arcla
Only the Rest lli and of oysters,
at iKBiUn's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
An Editor's 'tribute.
Theicdtt I. Keator, Elm r of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes- "For the past live
years have always ux.d Dr. Kind's New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe char
acter, as well as fur those of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy dire. My
triends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in saint! hih teim. Havi u
been cured by it of every couuh I have lunl
fur -five years, I consider it th- only reliable
slid sure curt' for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at B trclay I'.rns.' Drtitt Store ami yet a Free
Trial Bottle. Lare size $1.0(1, (2
"J!oii;h ou Rats."
Clears out mis, miff, roaches, fli , aiits,
li'd-btu;s, skunks, ehiptnjti gophers,
I have been a jireat suffert r frnn Hay
Fever lor tl t"t en years. I read of the many
wondrous cures of Eiy's Cream Bilin iin'l
thought I would try ot cj more. In fifteen
minutes alteron implication I was wonder
fully helped. Two weeks a,'o I commenced
Usin it and now I fuel entirely cured. It
is the greatest discovery ever known. Du
liamel CUrk, Firmer, Lee, Mas. Price
Palpitation, Dropsical Swellitifrs, Dizzi
ness' Indiifi'-tion, Headache, Sleeples-ness
cured by "Well's Health Renewer."
(-'aiter's Little Liver Pills are fne from
all crude- and irritatnijr matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very smu'l; very easy
to take; no pain; no uiippiu ; no pursuer.
Allen's Bilious Physic is a purely vegeta
ble liquid remedy fur Hiotdii Ins, Bilious
ness and Constipation. Emily tukinir, net
inu' promptly, relieving tpiickly. 25 cents.
At all druonists. 2
('nr the Cure of Couphs, Cokls.fi
Iliwrscnoss, l!ronchitiq,Crot.in, Influ-H
cna, Asthma, u hoojunjr t.oti,';h, In
cipicnt Consumption anil for the re
lief ofcor'. .ntjit ivc er;ons in alvan
ceil Mapcsof the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists Pi ice, 25 Cents
Two Members of tho National
Domocratlo Oommlttoo at
A Scathing Arraignmflnt of Aa Irish
Amorican OVholio Editor by An Ea-glish-American
A Weak Retort Which ia But a Thin
Cover For "Blood On tho Face
of the Moon."
Acocsta, Ga., November 22. A bitter
personal quarrel Is iu progress between
P. W. Dawson, editor ot the Charleston
Kewi ami Cunrivr, and Patrick VuIl, ed
itor ol thu Chrutikle ami Huntind of this
city. Tlx; first - named jjnnUeinaii
is a member of tbu Democratic Na
tional Cuinmltteo from South Carolina,
and the second holds a similar position
from Georgia. Dawson is an English
Catholic, while Walsh Is an Irish Catholic.
When the lresldeutial election was
over, Walsa telegraphed consjratulatloua
to Jno. Kelly, of New Yorlt, declaring
that Tammany made Grover Cleveland
President of the United States. This nave
rise Ui a bitter personal quarrel between
Walsh and Dawson. The latter, In tho
.Vi i't ami Couriir, denounces Walsh, ami
says; "An Irish-American stands on the
same footing as any other body ol
white American citizens. their
worst foe, indeed, is the professional
Irishman, of whom Mr. Wulsh Is the type
the Irishmen w ho trades on the National
aspirations of his race; who makes capi
tal out of Irish hopes, and bargains with
Irish fears; who is an Irishman as lonsj
as there is a dollar to be pained In Erin's
name, but is an American when In Ire
land's cause there is sacritlec to offer or
risk to run."
To this Mr. Walsh to-day replied that
Dawsou is rnilty of malicious falsehood,
aud says: "Mr. Dawson's own lan-juaue
illustrates his Littleness aud contemptible
snobbishness better than we can depict
them. If be was a brave ami chivalrous
gentleman he would not have written
about us as he has. Ills language proves
him to be tho counterpart merely of &
As the quarrel has now reached the fl "dit
tos poiut, it will bo Inten stinr to note
what will be done next. Mr. Walsh Is
brave enough to tliiht, but Mr. Dawson Is
ou record as beim; opposed to duelling,
bavins been knlahted by Pope Leo for his
opposition to the code
A FliENCII VKToKY.
Pauis, November 22. An official dis
patch has beeh received from Admiral
Courbet stating that the lauding of 400
men, supported by the guns of the fleet,
to make an attack on the fortified Chinese
works near Tatnsui, had resulted In the
wipture ami destruction of the works after
a short battle. The Freuch cunners did
effective execution. The Chinese lost
heavily In the engagement, many being
slain while iu nil rvlv.at ii.v their oivu
guns which were turned on them by the
French. The French casualties were
A DtFACI.TKIt'S DOOM,
An Ex-County Treaurar Oeta Five Years
In the Penitentiary.
Bkli.kvillk, In.., November 22. The
trial of George W. Slelier, the defaulting
ex-County Treasurer of St. Clair, occu
pied the attention of the court yesterday
afternoon. Ttw jury, after deliberating
on their verdict about two hours, fixed
tho defendant's puulshtnent at five years
iu the Penitentiary. The defendant hail
his counsel read a statement In which he
speaks of having unexpectedly found a
shortage of about 12.000 or eif.,000;
and how he had lost sleep and suffered In
eonsyquence. He admitted having bor
rowed money several times In order to
mako a correct exhibit to the County
Commissioners at tho semi-annual bal
ancing of his accounts. Taking his state
ment In connection w ith the actual deficit
of more than $2t!,000, his story Is very thin.
Thu defendant was elected lu lS7i-'7i-7S.
Ho was a fugitive from justice from 1S7J
until Last April, when ho was arrested
and brought here and placed in jail.
Shortly after his defalcation was discov
ered he was arrested, but gave a $1,000
bond, which ho forfeited. He Is very
weak and emaciated, but the doctors at
tribute his condition to nervous prostra
tion. He became greatly agitated ou the
verdict being read. A motion for a new
trial was made, but It Is not likely to be
UOT HI DI-SKIITS.
A Well-ICnown Chlomro Rough Shot by an
Chicago, III., November 22. Thomas
Price, whil.) walking alonjr. Harmon Court,
near Pacific avenue, at three o'clock thU
morning, was suddenly sot upon by two
men who, after choking him In a brutal
manner, robbed him of his watch. Trice
gave the alarm and attracted the attention
of Officer Con Barrett, who aaw ono ol
the thieve making off and gave chase.
He arroated tho thief, but he broke away
and turned Into Victoria alley on a run.
Oflloer Barrett called "halt," but he kept
on, when Barrett opened fire, sending
three shots after the fleeing uian, who
disappeared in tho darkness. Au hour
altorward a man came into a resunrant
at 1206 Bute street, and sinking Into a
chair txolalnmd, "1 am shot." Tho po
lio Identified the man as a well-known
thief and vagrant named Pat McDcrttKitt,
alias Rellly. He was taken to tho County
Hospital, whet-o bis wound was pro
nounced fatal. McDermott aoknowl
dged that ho was ono of tho men who
attaokod Price, aud said bis companion
was Frank Brown. Brown was subse
Ta Be Bemoved for DollTerirnr Property
to Iu Owiiac
IanuKAr-ous, Imd., November 22. A
report Is current hero that tho church au
thorities aro dLtpluawHl with the conduct
of Vathor O'Natl In going to Mew York
and presenting to Blalnu tho c&tui voted
to hlin at the Catholic festival, and tnt
as soon as the election rxoltenwnt nub
aides and tlio affair Is supposed to be fur-poUi-ti,
the father will bit asislmsd to duty
elsowlwre, on the ground that his nilx'ujjt,
ta polities luu ItuptiUwU Ui iuuluiuuna lu
The Moody Mootinir.
Dktkoit, Man., November 22.-7
Moody meetings are being continued to
day In White's Theatre. A remarkablo
dejrreu of Interest Is shown. The thcatro
Olve Us More.
Sr. Lorn, Mo., November 22. The
Iron .Mountain Kallioad Company has
notified tho Cairo Short Line ami Louis
ville & Nashville Companies that It will
withdraw from the Southeastern pool un
less Its percentage is Increased.
DKTituiT, Micir., November 22. Tho
trial of Ablu Armstrong, who on the nljjbt
of October 5th murdered his wife und her
paramour, with an axe was completed lu
tho Circuit Court at Newaygo, Mich.,
last evening, the jury bringing lu a ver
dict of acquittal. The verdict Is a sur
prise to tho people there,
Dinner to Ilendrloks.
Nkw Youk, November 22. A dinner In
honor to Hendricks was given at the
Park Hotel lait night by Dr. J. Sanders
Heed, of Philadelphia, at which about
twenty-five guests, mostly personal
friends of Hendricks, were present. Tho
occasion seemed to afford him much
pleasure. He left for a visit to Governor
Cleveland this morning.
A Bloody Jollification.
Am.iaxck, 0., November 22. By the
premature disehargo of a cannon last
night at a Democratic jollification at
Minerva, In this county, Edward Lafoas
had both hands blown off, a leg shattered
and other Injuries, w hich will prove fatal.
Over $:!00 have been donated by the
marching clubs to the unfortunate "man's
wife and three children, who are lu
A Gas Wall at Cleveland.
Ci.iiVKi.ANii, 0., November 22. A large
velu of gas was struck yesterday on Hon.
J. M. Poe's farm, near this city. It
caught fire from the engine of the drilling
machinery, causing a terrific explosion.
The rig, drills aud other tools were de
stroyed. Two men, John Keith aud S.
Fink, were seriously Injured. Tho gas Is
still burning and the flame Is visible a
distance of twelve miles, and consumes
18,000 feet of gas au hour as near as can
Grain and Provisions.
SATUiDAV, NOVEMrsKIt 22, 1SS4.
C'ottoi SlKH'ly; mi'MHiia, lO'iilOr.
Kr.ocit Steady; X.Vi. to choice, ii.30u-3.10;
W heat Higher; No. ? Ko1, 70 '7fl.kfc ; So.
3 Ked, ilftwHjt ,.
Cons-Weaker; No. 2 tulieJ,Mls37kCiNo.
3 white tnl.veii, use.
ihts W cuker; No. !, HHHa.
Ul K I Hi 11 ; No. i. Pi'(f47o.
Tuitu co Urai; luiry; common to choice,
fti.oo. i lo.oo; loaf; common roil leaf, J7.oo
iu.no; ne-muni to ituou, r.i.t)'iri;.uti.
II av 1'riiirio, fs.uoa lo. .". fur prime to choice
new; e over mixed, tT.ooiilO.iM for common
to prime; pi' uta new tiuwtliy, fj.uoall.uo;
Itcii hrt tea.ty;rholee tofHney creamery,
i'o; umry, enoicu to ratify, :uu :w.
Koii! r.aey ; freli atoek, iiu per dozen.
j'uTatok Firm for eliolee; common dull
common lo elioiee, 'i l.'ic.
I'oltii Hull ; new infos, 11.n0a I1.2S.
I.i!i ti'iiet ; prime steam, tl'. nS'ic,
Jtti-ns- i.unitN, "'; Hfiorts, 77.'te; clear
rl'iM, , vaso; Hil loli-Keii.
W 'ooir Tnti-wariiiiMl, choice, 2Se; fair, i7e;
ellntry und low, -ilaJie. I'nw a.shod Clioleo
iiiedlum, '.std.'osc; irnod Hverau'o uiedlnm, IS
u I'.tc; seloi'ted llulit line, 17 u Isc ; good nver
UL'e, li.ii 17e: heavy, 11 ii hi; comhini.r, ntiarter
blood, Jo 'i Jo Si e; coinhlntr, low Kradea, 14k
llinns (ireen salted easier; dry steady,
(..rei n Mineii, tte; (iiimiiixeii (c; uranueu, He;
I hulls or stiiifH, tie; part ciiri'd, Sc; (fre'n, (nn-
cured) 7S.c; dry Hint, I7e; daiiiiiirBd, Mo; kip
i und calf skin, He; hulls or stuns, loe; dry
billion, i.e ; mouairou, 100; j:iiie siook, no.
SilKKf I'KITS Hull; irreen.OOaOoc; dry, do,
4.1c; green shearlings, LVaJOu,
W'tlKlT-Flrmer; No. tltod, Ilecemher, Sc ;
Janiinrv, SU.'ic; February, sftSie; Maruh, s7s,c;
I'iiks Firmer ; November, s Vo ; December,
47',e; January, 4o',o; Febriiarv, 4,'iicj
May, 4.1 ,e.
i his Firmer; Novernber,31Ti'e; Deeemher,
Slv; Jaiitiiiry, aje; May, 34u.
Wiikat llli;her; Kovember, TllVe; Doeetn
her, 74 ,e ; January, 71c ; February, 7.14'a73l,e j
i tiRN Higher; November, 40c; rioceinher,
W! Sc; year, .tn ',e; January, 'M.',c; February,
ivMi ; May, .w 'fce.
Uat Firmer; November, 2,1 VOj Doeeiu
ber, JfiUu; year, li&iioi January, ij.io; May,
27', m Jse.
I'ohk Itwer; year, $10.714;; January,
$R7"t; February, $Hl.-.i.
I Lvki Weaker; November, JiLS"1' ; Dnpem
Nt, W.t'ifi ; January, J0.70; Februiiry, Ji'i,77,S;
' t.,,...l, bi
siioiir K 1 n November, 1,00; year, $.1..V.h,' ;
Live Stock Markets.
('.in IK. Iiemand and supply Unlit;
liouil cattle scarce; goo 1 to heavy stoers,
$.'i.l.Vj.uo; fair to good, f4.40H4.lt0; com
111 1 111 to medium natives, I'l.MMU.lS;
fair to Kooti Colorailo sU'ers, $:t.7fS-i i.tiO; llirht
tt irood stockers, 4i.00cS.7.1; native cow and
heifers. $J.40'f.t,s0; mlloli sow ami calves,
Hons Market (jiilot; Torknrs, $i.lOW4.t5j
mixed to food heavy parktmr, tt.Wlss4.i0;
1 i 14 1 1 1 hOHH, f A.iKi rf 4.15 ; pi km, H.WuCOO.
hicki' Imll; couunon to medium, ft. SO
2.2.1; fair to aood, $j..'iiii3.no; good ui choice,
.l.lS'i;i.;; lambs, per 100 Its, J.0oi,T4.oo.
(Iocs Itccelpt. 17,0of); prices Be lower;
llcht, i),ssir4.'iA; roimh packliiR, (.t.sAl.lQ;
heuvy piu-kltiK and shipping, .1.M4.30.
Catti.k UocttlpH, 2,loo; mmtly Teiivn and
common natives, market wnnlc; eiporls,
n.oowrt.M ; K'tod to choice, Vl.wi il.no ; com
inoti to fair, S4.'J.V.Vto ; Toxuns, A.l.l" n l0.
Shurp lieelpts, l,iiou; mendy; coinuion to
aood, IJ.no if 4.00.
Catti.r Xothlnu dolna.
Siikm- ami I.AMits l'nelnin(?o1 : mod.
lum to n"iid sheep from so to ilHilfss, -W-SA
1.10; eiiiuinon to prime lambs, fcUJttvl.tiO for
W estern; f l.'.Vml.Wi torCsnada.
JloorMnrkel dull ; cood lo oholeo York
or f4.0 biilclioi!' ni'iidos, H4"Ji
4.d0. nuietly $1 Co (H) can, tiiotly hutoli
er' ni adnii, iinuold,
('Al'il.a lteeerpl, 1 ,(MHJ ; weak and stow;
r stnide lower; enpurts, IA.hodhi.'Io; noinl to
choice slilpplntr. Vi.ftiinS.7u; eointnon to inn.
dhliil, J-l.Hti-n5.ifl; fintdei'M, .17jM. i.1 ; etiws,
$2.t'j):ii,,; urnsi Texas itonis, ri,0ii;).yU; Col
orado half dirtied ter, tUowl.M
llotil ltevip, 4, ICO; weak and 0o
lower; lot of I v, tu o pounds avorajjo at
$.1.;ioii4.J,1; malnlv ulM.I.'i.
SiiMi'i- iin'iiipt, 1,(00; maikot steady fair
tO ROtKl, J,tl0 if 'l.ftO.
Money and Dtook Market.
VW Ycll, NoTetnbur n. 1:X) P. M.
Money 1 per eont; exchange iihH ; (ioveru
iiinoi mroiiK: currency. ti, l;s bid; 4 s,
ootipnii, 1?J',' bid; 41, . do, I1IH bid. The
ux a iniu-kut wa dull and tra tttiu devol
opod niMhlna oMiiiporlnui n. In early doal
tux tliMt-wrn oiiut huylmj 0 Vaiidttrbllt
ami (.run r utock, sinl prn es adtitured K'
to I per ee.nl. TuMiird noon the sniiouoon
moid was ma ie of n rorthei' out 111 rattiM rionv
Itiittuio to i.'hlr.'MO, Tin oatwotl a bnrp ui IU
bo,-, u ruler trivlcfi pru tw loll k the lowt-sl
& lnt nf the diiy, Tho uuuiiof H tiu!y at
iTtf) . j
he Theatrical Event of the
We had the pleasure of a call last night
from Mr. J. S. Leerburgcr, the genial ed-
vanco agent of the great Cairo favorite,
Fred Warde, whom we are more than de
lighted to state again visits Cairo this
week, giving us ''Richelieu" on Thursday
(Thanksgiving) evening, and "Richard III"
The simple annuuiiciiucnt of the comintc
of Mr. Ward is sufficient to insure him a
crowded audience, and tho pieces selected
by him be himself think j the best of
Iliscompany is entirely new, as far ia
Cairo is concerned, not a singlo member
being with him now that was here last
His leading lady is Miss Sarah Manny-
penny, a beautiful woman and one of un
doubted talent. She for several seasons
supported Liwience Barrett.
We wish to Btate especially th it owing
to the rather hard times, it has been de
cided by the management not to advance
prices above that usually charged which
will be, including reserved seats, seventy
live cents parquctte and parquette circle,
fifty cents family, and gallery usual.
This scale of prices ia something unusual
for a dramatic entertainment of this char
acter, but as Mr. Warde expresses himself
as somewhat attached to Cairo, it is not sur
prising he should wish . to favor her til he .
Mr. Leerburger will be at The Halliday
and will be glad to see any of Mr. Warde's
friends, and is delighted to know that
Cairo theatre-goers are annously awaiting
the arrival of the troupe.
Church of The Redeemer.
In accordance wLh Title I canon 6 of the
canons of this diocese, I hereby appoint the
annual parish meeting for the election of
estry for the ensuing year, to bo held In
the Church of the Redeemer at 7:30 p.m.
Monday next, Nov. 24, 1884. Tho persons
entitled to vote at uch meeting are all
registered communicants whether male or
female, all baptized persons holding by
subscription scats in tho church, and all
bapt zed pel sons of full age who coutributo
to the funds of the congregation under the
canons of the diocese. There will be sev
eral matters of importance presented and I
especially request, as rector of the parish,
a lull attendance. Let every member of
the parish be present. In addition to the
report of the treasurer of the parish and the
election of the vestry, I propose, God will
ing, to give you au addrcES upon the needs
and workmf this parith for the year to
ct me and I earnestly exhort evert mem
hek of the parish to be preseQt. Let each
one (eel it his dufy to come and take part
in thu work before us. By so doing every
member of the paritdi will not only know
the present condition and needs of the par
ish but have also an intelligent idea of the
work that is pioposed for the year to come,
snd the methods and policy that I trust
uity approve themselves as best to both
people and rector in tho fulfilment of our
purposes as a parish.
F. P. DAVKironr, Rector.
Caiiio, Nov, 22.
Western Union Downed.
spec' a! to Cairo bulletin.
New Youk, Nov. 22. Tdo Baltimore A
Old. i teleginph company took possession of
the telegraph lines along tho New York
Ontario & Western railway between Corn
wall ami Oswego with various branches
under a contract signed with that company
duti d Aug 1. These lines have heretofore
been operated by the Western Union and
by tho Atlantic and Pacific company. Tho
Western Union claimed one of the wires on
the line had originally bceu erected by tho
Atlantic & Pacific company and now be
longed to the Western Union. In order to
protect its contract with tho Baltimoro &
Ohio tho railway company applied for an
injunction to restrain the Western Union
from intcrlering or removing said wiro or
line. A preliminary injunction was ob
tained and now after a new hearing in tho
stiprt me court of tho Btate, Ju Igo Willsrd
Bartlett has ordered that tho injunction
shall be continued during tho pendency of
action, and tho B. & O. is in possession.
"My wile whs a great suflerer from rheu
matism lor years," says Mr. Dennis O'Keef,
Htytnond, Iowa. "I bought her a bottlo of
St.. Jacobs Oil, the magical pain relievor,
which she used and was completely cured
"Koiiirh on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough tin Corns.' lBo.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
watts, bunions. (1)
II. Kroegor, of West Plains, Mo., lays:
My wile had Hooding last winter, and slio
used one bottle of Mcrrcll's Female Tonlo
and was cured, although I had tho services
ol two doctois before. Sho owes her llfo to
Mrs. Mary Boyd, of Avon, St. Genevicvo
Co., Mo., says, August 2i)lh, 1883: I have
used Mcrrcll's Female Tonlo during
pregnancy, and after child birth, with tho
very best result. I cannot speak too high
ly of it.
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