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THiNMMFSflON TI1BOUOH TIIK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASH RATES.
MISCKLLANE M'i WANTED.
WANTKD 'rtloi nd fient era n in city or
conn j Is lake light woik t their own b e.
1 to 14 day amly made: wo'k vt'Ut by mail ; no
canviKi n WeLveuO 'd deimod for ou worn
and Drui-h at a v mplitvm-ttii.. Andrea. liu
tump.CKOWS MKi. COMPANY, Dl Vln nt.,
Cinctnoatl, Ohio. 11-ll lm
VBW IIOTKL.-Tie Llrabert II time, Klb and
i-' Comiusr lut . la i cing runovalcu uni newly lur
ntoied by an Xisrlunceil noU mi' Will open
a as ii Not. Si b. Tub patrouane of ih public is
rcapucifull) iullrlted &
FOR SALE -Twohrje cannon novel. Apply at
Toe Bull tin ittca.
10K8LK-Hayd ck pimnaeat nrr-v.Ut crlce
$:4S, nuw,iiid Job, for IW. luqutreufK A.
1) a riiett.
Vi iH SALE.-Haydocli Phneton
new. Itt price
.i. ror f is
L.quiro Of K. A. Birnett, Bulle-
1,101 8 tLS. Twocotta.'oii O" 2 itti ctrt rn-ar
Pop'ar. ami oauc tta) o i Pop ar abovd 25th
alroct, at a bargain,
tf M J.noWLKY.Kl Estate AiffKt.
FR R'CST-Rl lence priporty of Col. Ja. S.
K i do i on t'iflee in MrriM. Itonai coulalna
tun room, hia ail Daedal couv nlfncea and i id
lood couditmn tjeiie-aliy.
M.J. auWoKY. Ileal EU:c Aijcnt.
Cleveland and the Cilice
Seekers. The career of president elect Cleveland
is something wonderful ami cn.i only lie
compared with that of 0 r . Grant, nnd by
t bat cortiptrison throws a shadow over
Grant. In five short years fnm t lie people
to the county, fnui the county to the city,
from the city to the tt.ite ixecutlva and
from the executive to the presidency of the
United States. Tlmt such a man must
hava a will nnd a p er within himself to
govern this country without political help
is evident. In a short editorial on hesub
ject, the L 'uisville Ourier-J. urnnl says:
"It is known that a delegation of promi
nent New Jersey democrats, headed by
Gov. Ahhetf, recently culled on Gov. Cleve
land. It 1.4 general y understood that the
object wits to present the claims of ex-scua-tor
Stockton to a place in the cabinet; and
it is reported tlmt the dchgition returned
home rut her discouraged, us well as im
pressed with the f net that the president
elect has Vi ry decided views of Ins own hr
to the principles which shall guide him in
his appointments-view which offer but
slight comfort to the professional politician
Jind chronic office seeker.
"It is eaid that the committee came away
not only without the promise of Mr. Cleve
land to give Mr. Stockton a place in his
cabinet, but with the conviction that in the
appointment of persons fo office under bis
administration he would not be governed
by personal services rendered in the cam
paign, and that he would not be controlled
by politicians in the selection of his advis
ers. It is furthermore said the governor
indicated that he had not sought the presi
.,.. i , .. I
ucncy;tnai tie una incurnn no oniigauons
inreachin2 it. and that he felt perlectlv
free to dilettante in duties unencumbered
bvmLrelvtierson.il and oolitic considers-
This is certainly in accordance with the
charcter of the president elect as under-
stood by those who know him best. It is I
in accordance with the ncorJ which he has
made as an upright, fearless and biparti
san nnyor nd governor, sn! it is in ac
cordance with the estimate of the man
which in the late coinpaign influenced
those who desin-d to nee the purification
and reform of the governiiient 'o rally to his
L.mnnrt t,,,t.. (..,, u. ,.f ii,,,;, f,,
' , ,' . 1
if oujiiau ins.
i ne new president win auo be Hie uitter
able to carry out tho high and difficult po!
icy hero indicated by the fact that he has
no aspirations lor a second term. Whatev
er may be the result of his administration,
whether or not it proves so satisfactory as
to result in a cencal demand, which ho
would not be justified in resisting, to stund
for re-election lour pears hence, it is known
that personally he is oppuned to more than
ono term for the chief c-xecu'ivp. He de
clares that opposition clearly and forcibly
in his letter of acceptmce, and goes so far
at tossy tint id his judgment the president
khould be nude ineligible for a second
These viewi whicn have been accredited
to Gov. Cleveland from tho beginning of
his public life and which have been the
cause of his rapid and marvelous advance
ment, ought to bo well understood by that
large class who propose to make the incom
ing nf a democratic administration theoc
casion for seeking offlco under tho gov
eminent. A great deal ol time and effort
will he laved hi wdl as n anv heart burn-
intra and disappointments prevented if they
win out taue Uov. uievelatm at Ins word
"),r.ds to conduct ins
B'lniiumrration on liuiiness principles, with
. . .. . . . . .
tho conviction, a he h is expressed it, that
"publ c offl.-c U n puVin trus'," and that
never blind partisan or an advocate of
party success for the tae of -ifuctal Bpoils,
lie will as president ol tho United States,
with no political debts to pay mid no polit-
' ical ambition to serve, bo Its tympatheth
than ever with the motives of tho average
office gecker and less susceptible to his
This may not bo particularly welcome
intelligence to tho offlco seeker himself,
butitlscause for pride and congratula-
tion among tho putrlotlc of all parties that
t last w hsve a president rrbo promises
to privea linappnintmcDt to the politician
Reception of the V. M. C. A.
The anruil meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
took pbico Tuesday night, and wan well at
tended, the room beii.g filled will) ladies
and gentlemen. Our special reporti r fail
ed to get in a report us we expected for
yesterday morning's piper, mu; h to the
regret of a'l concerned.
Il there is any one thing that deserves
the fostering c re of the pre.-s and pubic it
is the Y. M. C. A. They are laboring to
give the young men of YC'uiro, as well as
strangers, a place, pleav.nt 'and bonie-like,
well warmed and suppl ed w ith all kinds
ot healthy literature, comprising the lead
ing mag zimsand newspaper of the day,
where they will be warmly welcomed, ev
An interesting programme was presented
it the recep ion. Mr. Itrown, of Chicago,
state h' crctary, was picsctit and delivered u
stirring a ldrc.s. Very cntert linin ; s; li
es were aio made by Mr. Lamd n, vie -president
of the association, Prot. Pui kin
eon, of the Nornut at Cnrbond de and Geo
W. Strode, Esq , of Cairo. The recitation
by Miss Bessie Aldvn was particularly fine,
as also the solo rendered by Mrs. J. M.
Mr. Willouirhhy hag labored untiringly
since he took charge of the Cairo braich
of the association un 1 the result is flatter
ing and sati-itactory to h i in.
Who Begun' It.
From M. inphu Ara:au be.
M'. Bl ine helped to give the negroes
tint ba lot which conferred thirty-seven ad
ditional electors on the southern stste-, ami
now complains ot his own work,
Ho never hear I of or perhaps hail forgot
ten the boy who wm pursued around the
S'ump by a billy goat. After making nine
or ten laps in O'Leary time, go-as-ymi-pleasc,
the boy so gained on tho goat ag to
get a good solid hold on his irate pur-urei,
That double propeller ram power, animal
began to l-leit in piteom tone, which
plainly siid "nuff."
"Oh, yes, d i you; you kin bi-i an' ba
a now," said the boy, ut I'd like to
know who beun this ye re blarsted bust
ness o' stumpin' 'round yere."
Evervthing indicates a splendid reception
for Mr. Warde to-night. The ho'ise is
nearly sold, which togctln-r with the u-ual
scattering attendance, will undoubtedly
till the entire buil Jiny. 'J'hose who have
never witnessed Bulweru' great tradeay
"Ricli 'lieu" are promised a treat rarely
Vouchsafed to Ca'roities at honi", while
those who h ive witnessed its rendition by
other great artiats will ei j y it the more.
"Richard III" to-morr iw night will also
tin nn uni it'i.lt1 triuLf nn I will lir. lrrti'
v - ' --v
lhe Uclr",t ttii'i "M S.'ptemOcr 1U
8l8" arie inti.is cnar.cte. :
"lie aeted It char I III with unc i vigor
I Ullll tlllUll 1 fill tT 1-11.11 Hhl ill flnlnilnl Ukll.irllilt,
: ' , w nertormance. and to hold his
Ludience until after 11 o'clock with ut a
The Detroit Post says:
"Mr. Warde showed by his performances
last ni4ht that he bad an ad quale kn wl
eloe as to what the historic Rich iril was
in part, a man of iudomitabln will, a war-
nor of ability, a states nan of the wlhieg'
policy , an I a siv.-rei'ii who but fm his
""Td obliquity and the means wh -.eby he
attained the tl.Mne, would, for his wisdom
aud all embracing knowledge of kirg craft,
have been rein-mbere 1 as ouo of thu greai
est of English kings."
STAGES OF THE KIVH.
River marked by the iauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. tn. yesterday, It feet 11
inches. Ruse oUilng previous twenty-
four hours, 0 feet 0 inches.
Chattanooga, Nov. 20. River 1 foo'. 4
inches and raising.
Cincinnati, Net. 23. River 4 feet 3
Inchcc and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 20. River 3 feat 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 20 River 0 't 7 inch
Pittsburg, Nov. 20. River
inches and falling
a Louis, Nov. 20 River 13 I't
hi I rising
River mutters at this port aro scarce, con
sequently our column is slim.
Tne Hudson ironi St. Lmiis is dim hem
to-night lor I'mlucah
ti,,, r ;i,v (,r (V,ril ... Hf r ,
jawn r, Vicksbtin last iduht.
The City of Vieksburg leaves Si. Louis
this evening and will rep 'it I ere to-morrow
night for Vieksburg.
Tint City of Bitou Rouge left St. Louis
yesterday ut 8 p. in. for New Orleans, is
due hero to-morrow m irning.
Tho City, of Helena from Vieksburg
will report hem early this moruing for St.
L iU S. She has several hundred lulu of
cotton to dischargu here.
Tho Charles Morgan from New Orleans
Cap', O'Neal master, arrived lo re at 0 a
lu, yesterday, Him w is flying light; d
I parted for St. L ,uis ut 0:30.
BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOUNIN'O, XOyflMBB.l..M t 18S4.
Throo Anti-Gorman Newspaper!
Suppressed in the Provinoo
Stanley'g Scheme For the Dolimitatiou ol
the Basin nf t da flnnira tn Ba Arlnntml .
Wi.h Slight MoJifioaf.on.
The Eng'ish Walking-Match Earthquakt
at Craetz An Hydrophobic Epi
dcm.c The Cholera.
AXTI-Ci: UMAX I'APKIiS Si ri'ItlCSSKD.
IlKia.i.v, November 2C General Von
Muiiteuffel, the Covernor-General of Alsace-Lorraine,
hns Issued a rescript sup
pressing three unti-Uermau newspapers
In his province. I
WTAM I-V'S SCIIKME ADOl'TEO. '
I3i:iit.ix, November 20, It Is expected
that the delimitation of the Congo basin
will be settled at the meeting of the con
ference on Thursday. The basis for tills
will be Mauley's scheme, slightly modi
fled as regards the Kateru coast. Most
of the powers are disposed to accept the
indicated settlement of this question. It
in hoped that Portugal will also be in
duced to do so.
Ilerr Bastiun, a well known traveler
and ethnologist, holds the opinion that
the river Lonsa, which enters the Atlantic
about 300 miles south of the Congo, In the
Northern limit of Portugal's territory.
The Angola country, which lies be
tween tills river and the Congo,
is lu the hands of natives who
have concluded Independent treaties with
the commanders of the British nien-of-war.
It is unlikely that the conference
will allow Portugal's claims beyond the
Congo. The belief is current that HusMa
and Austria Intend to recognize the Afri
can International Association.
IRKNC a (misi:n.s ion the akkicax
London, November 20. A dispatch
from Paris to the Exchange Telegraph
Company says that the French Govern
ment have resolved to send two more
cruisers to the west coast d Africa, ill
view of the possible result of tae Congo
iAN(iKi:s to i.ritornAxa ox the coxgo.
Biit'ssias, November 26. The L'rfonite
publishes a letter from a Belgian tit
Stanley Palls. He complains of the
danger to which Europeans are sub
jected because of the hostile attitude of
the natives, and reports the discovwy
of a. plot to poison the European at
Lcopohlville. 'lhe African Interna
tional Association, he says, refuses lhe
services of porters to conduct the Bel
gians who wish.to leave its services to the
coast, lie asks his name to be kept a se
cret, as he fears the association will
wreak vengeance upon those who tell tiie
truth concerning the state of tilings on
THE WAI K1XU MATCH.
Londox, November 20. At tho end of
the second (lay's walking match last
night, the aggregate scores of the chief
contestants were as follows: Little wood,
1G2 miles; Rowell, 101; Cartwright, 110;
AX EAUTHQtrAKE AT GRAKTZ.
Vienna, November 20. Five heavy
shocks of an earthqvake were felt at
Graetz, the capital of Styrla, yesterday.
A HYIUKil'IIOlIU: l.l'lliK.MIC.
Vienna, November 20. Au epidemic
of hydrophobia prevails lu this city. Al
ready eighty cases have been reported,
eleven of which proved fatal.
AN ANTI-MINISTERIAL PAPER,
Paris, November 20. Amlrleiix is
about to begin the publication of U'liew
nntl-minlsterlid paper, to be styled La
Although the cholera bulletins have
been stopped, Isolated death from
A Play-Pirate Suppressed.
Boston, Mass., November '.'0, in the
United States Circuit Court yesterday
morning counsel for A. M. Palmer, pro
prietor of the play known as "The Pri
vate Secretary," obtained a permanent
Injunction against (ieorgo S. Knight,
restraining him from producing the play
which he calls "Ttie New Secretary,"
which Is practically "Nunky." Tho de
fendant was playing at Ainesbury last
night, and did not deuy the allegation.
Tl XI : G K A IM 1 1 C I il V. V I T I E S.
Wuhllankl, chief of the Osage Indians,
There were thirty deaths from cholera
nt Oran yesterday.
El Mali II has from M.onn to 20,000 of
his men In camp around Khartoum.
Anarchist papers of Paris ure making
violent attacks on the Government.
A new creamatory was dedicated at
Lancaster, Pa. One body was reduced to
The Central Trade and Labor Assembly
gave It third annual parade In New Or
leans. George Egbert was fatally stabbed nt
Frankfort, Ky., by a negro named Tom
Governor Crittenden appointed the
Judges for the new Court of Appeal In
Tho Berlin Museum has purchased
Durer's portrait of Jerouiu llol.schuler
The Burlington Bond withdrew Its cut
on passenger rates between Kansas City
and St. Louis.
Allen Schlveyer, au ext.euslvo Iron ore
operator und farmer, made uu assignment
at Beading, Pa.
Visible supply of wheat, 41,420,000
bushel; corn, 3,&22,000 bushel ; oats,
Several of tho largo woolen mill In
Rhode Island commence running on
The Oregon railroad systems were con
nected yesterday, miking tho founts
Mr. Astor'i Ofler. '
New Yohk, November 2(1. Mrs. J. J.
Astor h:n offered to furnish an annual
Thanksgiving dluuer at the New.sboy'8
HviTiMoiiK, Mo., November 20. Wil
liam (Ulinora, owner of the Ilalllmore
Rivet find Spike Works, tnado nn ussliii-
nu nt to-day lor the benefit of his credit-
l,lJlul lUJ lnl w
ReJucInif the Wjrlilny Force.
Sr. Thomas, (int., November 20, Tho
heads of all the departments of the Michi
gan Cent r::1 Railroad have been untitled
to reduce their working force ten per
cent, on account of the decreas.' in traf
Boston, M-ss., November 20. TufT
Collins, of Boston, and Young Stacy, of
Cambridge, had a lively slugging uiat.:!i
here lat night. Both were terribly puiii
nieled through four rounds. Neither had
weakened, when the referee declared it
The Men Will Strike.
PiTTsnnion, Pa., November 20. A
hundred blacksmiths In Oliver Bros.
Tenth Street mill have just been notified
of a twenty per cent, reduction of wage
December 1st. The prospects are the
reduction will be resisted and the men
IIEADINO, Pa., November L'iI. A move
ment has beeu begun by the Eastern Pig
Iron Association, of which Henry S. Lckcrt,
of Heading, is President, toorganie a gen
era! tariff club. It is proposed to Include
every industry in thecouutry in the intercut
of protection, r.ngland'st 'ubdeu Club was
organized to disseminate fn-c trade doc
trines. The intention is to effect a gen
eral organization and unilleatioii of all in
dustries in the interest of home as against
foreign manufactures. A meeting of the
committee to deliberate upon a plan of
organization will be held In Philadelphia
1 lecember !!d.
Grain and Provisions.
WEIiNDsDAV, NoVEM llEli Ml.
('ottos 'toady ; middling, I"'i 1ft,.e.
Front steady'; XXX to choice, i.'. iui.'i.nj
W nn l Lower; No. 2 lied, 7V,'uMc; No.
S lied, il'.'-o'.i.',e.
Oiks steady; No. 2 mixed, a .JO 't'e , No.
2 w liite. iinie I, i"e,
0ts Weaker; N"o. 2. 2l",'e.
i! K IHkIiit; No. 2, ITT" l"'.e. '
T'oinioo Kinn ; lm.'s ; common toolioleo,
'5.(invf ki.iki; leaf; common red leaf, iT.Iio o
lii.i'i; niediiun to iruod. j-.i.ini'u 17. ci.
IIav 1'iairie, s.nii i In ..Vi lur iirltne io cliolen
new ; i: over mixed, 47.no.-i ln.i) lor eomm iu
to prime; pr ne! new timothy, 'Mam 1 ).
Iltnev, S 12.si n 1 1 O0.
r.r'ri'KK steady; etiolee tofanev rreamery,
25't2"c; dairy, choice to laney. 2u a J ie.
i;i;c,s S' ur -e ; Iri sh stock. 2 ie per dozen.
i'i rr ati iks Firm for choice; common dull;
common to choice, ,',e.
i'oiiK Imll ; new mes, ll.wi.i ll.j."i.
1.4 is li timet ; prime so am, i: i "e.
I'.vcoN Loiil's, ' 'e ; shoits, 7 .',' 7 'e; tl' ar;
rdis, 7 i,e ; nil pui'ked.
Wool. Tiili-wadiod, ( holee, ic fa'.r, 27c;
dlntry and low, VJ a .'.'ie. I nw iislie l -( holeu
medium, go o .'io'c; cimd nven'e medium, li
'ttl'Je; Hi leeted liht line, 17ul-e; Koud liver
n'.'e, i'l7e; heuvy, ll'irl i; nuiitunK. iiiiarter
lilnod, iVaM-,v; comliiii, low (,-nideH, llc
Ilriii:s Creen salted easier; dry "tealy.
(o'een ailed, tie; dam iired, 7e; liran del, -c;
hulls or tu.rs, !''; uirt cured, sr ; irreen, (un
eured) 7',e; ilry tloit, 17e; dauiii.'cd, lie; kip
and calf skin, lie; hulls or hi ii is, loo; dry
salted, l.'e; dama.'ed, hie; uluu stock, So.
mii-.ki- I'ki.t Imll; i'i n,5iaii)o; dry, do,
45c; i;reen shearlings, l.'nr :ec.
VtlF.AT l.OTCr; No. 2 Red, Iieceinher, S1 ;
January, t',o ; Fehrwury, wie; March, '4e ;
April, !i'e. May,
Oiks lle.dier; November, I'.'Vc; Deeeinher,
47'.e: .Iiininiry, 4'ie; Fel.ruary, 4'le; .March,
4i': Mav, in , e.
ot is st roii lot ; November, :t J '.,c; Il.eem
ber, U2'He; Jiiiuiaiy, :'.2',e.
Wheat Weaker: November, 7:::e , lierrin
her, 7:SV'; January, 7r a7l''e; Fehniurv,
7i'.,e; May, Sl'ie.
OniN lliuher ; No vein tier, 40','e ; lierembrr,
',c; veur, Hii'.e; January, Jl',e; Fehni
urv, 'U'".'c; May.a.-'.c.
()vr steady ; November, 2.''e; Dneein
ber. 2.V4c; year, 2.V,c; .laiuiHry, 2.'i.,e; May,
I'oni; Higher; year, in.75j Junuary,
f lo.7 ; February, II, In.
Laiih Lower; November, 5 7.0'j ; Iieeem
bcr,!l.77't ; ,Iaiiiiary,'i.7;'j ; February, K7', i
March, -..i2 'i.
suunr Itnis November. ?.'.!"i; .lanniirv,
; February, V'.7-'; March, 1.1J ',.
Live Stock Markets,
sr. i.oi is.
f'ATTI.F. Hulk of receipts common Texan;
nnd wood cuttle scarce; loio I to Heavy south,
J.VJ.'i'oii.l'i; fair to kooI, ll.lo a .'i.isi ; com
mon to medium natives, 7.''i t.i'i ;
fair to ifood Oilor.ido steeiH, .f:i.7."i'ii l.fiil; IiltIiI
to lood Mlockeis, $.l.(Hi',i. ; native cows Kiel
heifers, 1 J.lOa .,..-h; milch cows and calves,
$SM a l.'i.HU.
Hons T he pie kin.' demand exceeded tho
HiipplV. (iood to choice heavy paekiliK Hold
at si.W'i'l.hi, and bulk of mixed (nicking at
3 '..'lid I. '.'i; common, fl.liial.l.'i; buhl Iioms,
Jd.lii'n I. I'i: lh:s and ciiIIh, f.l.7iei I. in.
SilKKl' Dull ! mon to me Hum, $ I..K)'4
2.2.'i; fair to iruod, J..iiia.in; tood to cliolce,
$;l.l.Vu:i.:l.'i; lambs, per Iihi u.s, -j.ihih i.iki.
Uons Active imi firm, and lu'dlSe lilgbers
receipts, -JO.'si') ; iignt, . i.oo-n i.ih; roueu pack-
liig, 51. I'm ! '. neavy iaeKini ana snipping,
Cattle Pull ; receipts, ii.umi; export
scarce u .il.iiiiuii.ilO; Kood to idiolec, .'i.Mn
fi.HC; common 0 fair, t l.g.l d.'i.g.l ; J i x hum, t-S.3
SMKl'.l' enk ; reci ipts, "l.n n; eoniinon to
pood, f J.IO 'i 1.0 1,
DkTTt.l! Medium to irnnit of from 1,000 to)
IJiki pounils Mold at il. inwl.illi; cominim to
fair mixed butchers', l:,.Xi'i;lM; fair MloeUers,
S 9 ....... .,..11. n...lM
mi r.i:c ami i . a i ms .,iai Kei inn i if,,
$l.2.Vn l..rrH; medium to good butcher' sheep,
J.VUVu :l.7.'i : fair Canada lambs, -fl.Tn.
jlitil n .ii ii i io'i iici ive, nriii lino niuiiei on me
rount ol the light HilppIv: medium to lair
Yorkers, M.ri'i'tl.iiO; Kideeleil J.,lln; iMIti-hel n
grades, jl.:iHu bin.
IUNSAS ( ITT.
KeceipiH, 1 .il' Hi ;
inirts, J.Mlii'" ".'-'i 1 good to cholei! Hlupplnif,
.'i.lllii ft.",'i; ciiininoii to mi'dliliu, O.'iiuA.h'i)
enders, $;l.","iii I. .!."; cows. Ji.eHl'.l.-fc1; irras
Texas steers, f.l.iiia.l.'iil.t ciioi ado hull breeds,
ll.noi l. i'i.
Hons Iteeelpts, II.IHO; steady; lot of 2'W
to .M pounds avenue at Jl.hin 1.,;!); mainly
nl fl.l Vu I.Jo.
Kiiicki' llecolpts, 7ho; V-el'-oLIO for fair to
Monoy and Stoclt Markot.
NKW YotlH, Novi inber 2il, Money 1 per
rent; exchange ipitet and lower ill 4sK;
(loveriiineril Mtrong; currency, Us. I!i bid;
4'm, coupon, I'-', hid; 4S's, do, III', bid.
Tim tuock market was moilnralely aellvo
and Irregular. In early dealing pi lent wero
bid up '." I I" r eeiil, all around. The ad
vance was no sooi'i' cstuMislii'd than Hi"
bi ill's began si liinu l nlmi I'neiiie, while tho
roiiin traders Hold others nf the list w II h II
view of realU.lng. A a a result price weak
ened and fell hack to III ' lowest II .Mire of
the morning. At lhe tl d wnllng thil
iiiiiil.i.l nun dull aiei wllhoul loiiiiii o.
No. 101 Uommei'o.al Oth,
Tho ioiul ir Oiuj-JVice Hioe Store wouli
ii sped lully cm ll attention to a new line
ot r.o.s' ni.d Vonihs' .- 1p es. Xuatit and
bit ucitrii.ic l!t.)s' I'utnm Hoots in tl.e
city, HzesJ to bl(K). Nolid. Soldi- Tip
outli' llutt 'Itouts, sizes 11 to 13i, $1.50.
2XSTli(!se aro not ah uldy oods, m ide to
M'll only. Imt are iirranted as rep
iri'sentpd.! We (any a full line of Jtiibber floods
all li e si h.s nt t lie very lowest
SPECIA I ,
mM Holiday : Presents!
. Cie Q in, rt.
104 Commercial Ave..
mi. ii .
I 'KALEH IN
fla)aiiiu'd Ht'rlin anl Afj;;itii AVtire,
P.iid C.Mt's, I!ath TuDs, Water Coolers & lee Cream Frt ezcrs.
Agnil lor Adams & Wi-htlaki' Oil. Oasolitic nnd Gas Movf H, Ih tioit
.ki' Co.. Hamilton steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cnltivt is,
( in ii S!:i11pis, PlaiiK r.s. I tc . Ktc.
Nos. 27 &
TI I.KPIIONK NO. 'JO.
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared DmIo .lob Priatinir of every description from a
Hodircr to Threes heet J'ocr on the slimiest notice and
in the best ,stle, and at the lowst possible prices. Call
ii.d et his prices.
(rriCK:-No. !) Ohio levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
Au exlraoi'diiK.fv I's-i! il fosil It Is
w;i pieiO'd tin by iuo on li.e baliksof
Spavinaw Cn ek. in tn" In linn Terri
tory, about twnitv tubes i.oin ine west
line of Hi'iiton County. ArKunsn.
coiinirv thi'oiigli which
Hows is very roiu rh. lit rnanv tuaei'
roekv h tifl't rise to r. cons' lerablo
bigiit on eit ier hide, nnd soiinddiL's on
both -i les. Hugged bills t lint can bo
seen for mile on either A lc ll iok tho
stream li'"iu i;s -oiiree to l:s nioiith.
1'iie io,!y ionna:;o!i seems to be flint
and jimnj'oiie. 'I Io- bod of tin) creek
is ennui i-e I of so. id rock in some;
... .. i i.. . . i.
places Ml I Vel'V C iaiso gravel in oui
ei.s. Toe water H clear and limpid, al
w.i - c i il nn I ti e isantiii t;.e hottest
'l'llll Stlllliose I f'H-b llbo.ll tllll b'irVJ
of ii lniir wainir. iH" 1 a'.uie.i of the
Imtirill fro eye-, no 111 Uoi, fore-
licad, dice, , ami o'oii--hiav ail In)
discerned: ol : oir-u iml ion l.ly un t
d.snnotlv ov ee :v o:i", b it still tnuy
lire there --oii.ewhal ilisiorud, il is
inn), for tiie en. ii is not in lino with tho
nose, wliied make ono eyo appear to
be lower in hi ine otucr. Jml mi may
be ncoi iitiied f 'r bv lhe Mc that, tho
bodv, b. i-i mi l hi i " li''1" poirdica
lion booii j, w.i, j;n : i.n yit; sldo with
aonv thidi i.tld'-r lie.' lli' i.i. 'lu iMilu;;
it noov i loo p nun o;i weicn inu oouj
rested. Too I- A' l' jaw 1 f.d.On, li is
iisiialiy tint ctmi unci' iloii'h. Water
llowiii'HM'l- It nnd o; ,ei' Motion of lliu
elemeiil hi'V'f 'def'O'od It to. somu ex
lent, bill if it lines 10'. pVOVO Itself to bU
a ireiiu'.ni! 1'o-sii of a Ihiiiihii bond it l
certniniv a Httvprisin.v iniiiMiion, and 1
c.uiiiot -.t'.lwv, lii.it o i- c u livuliof
S i:ure 'i o- tote- or suaiiu In iho
.K.i.i. w. ii 'P my 'l"'r i,'l,11;' rn;
semi. Miic,:, -cc o lu pim'lu lo nil ldenof
I; oeliionii :i H" an I yet Nattll'O
is fuil i f ii ci !'
1 know thiii ii 11 very common
tiling lor "i:o, I:: i' ir.'!i coiintrle liko
tins To p'o.i no ''ib I' ii 1 -''incus in
tiio forim ot' vi:'.o:i o;-. of slotH's,
otp, 1 inivi- iicv" o.io, ti 5! -1 ii in In tho
sluipe of M f s I be.'.l i', i litlV 1VM-II1-h.aiii'o
in a I, inu. in In a i so small n
thiy. Ii w a I in r bhif bitvl nl III tho
luos.i dii" on tl.- ' anl of ihi ereek, and
oil V tl f W len. Il 111 W iter's I'llgtl,
wueii 1: iii it if. in' ii otii'i'. Tno
Inquires ,'oio Itiihi'd ii;j, hIio.vIiih; tilts
oiii.liiLM id' si hii'iiaii ft although It
. . . I ' d '. ty. v
1 , V '
(Jidd, Diamonds, Solid .Silver,
P L j. T J :D-AV j. li K.
l-i" Musical Insti miienls. St Louis 1'iit es I'uplicutril.
- - CAIliO, ILL-
CAT IK), 111.
i n f olll I.I". .Viae out
persons en: i'-. ijiornsi of neology,
and inosi ol i.n in i f iiin l''d iiiieoi
:i'U'0, h"V -cell i', ' t most ol thelll
ai'iee that il mii-i oc n lossil human
uvad. 1 siiaii noi be saii-lied tin il ha
oecn invesliate I Ly seicn'.itio men. I
nave written more, than once to a dis-liiij-iii-be
l sc. enlist, but have received
no iinsiMT, nn I now nope that tmoiili
i he mc I ii m of the Sim I may at last
oriii-i lb.' iUlie s,,,h,' in'o lur c.
I Vi. it!; (A k.j I, (' r t'J .V. )'.iS.
I'.iii li 'i; ii by lib trii Hy.
A tn 1. delieile, i ale-faceil yotinn;
man, will) tin iidelii clnal-iookilio; faee,
siood iiuiv iiis.v twirling u Inuidlo of'
sirimrs in his linn l this uiornlno;, nt tho
No. 'i oio;iiio house, talkl'iT lu Major
"I nm jrlad you are ctiiutr, n'oncj so
well," said the niejor kiiidl.v.
"J'heru is no reason whv lish cannot
bo cauifht by olectriciiy." repiied tho
boy, htiif to himseif and had to tho
major. "You see," continued tho boy,
turning to u reporier, "1 inn experi
menting on h macliiiiu that will mnko
llsliing ono of tho easiest thing In tho
world. A mini can lay In bed and
lish. I havo a model of my lnachino
made, and It works perfectly. I hnvo
not obtained a patent on It yet. Tho
oiitiinu of tho way it works Is this:
You take your bait nnd throw il Into
thu water, " 'Jim lino 1 attached by ti
Hwlich to a mactiet. When tliu tisli
biles tho lino switches tho current of
electricity Into tho miignut nnd tho
magmtt pulls it pin out of a slot. This
cause n long lever to fly tip and liiings
tlin lish. A soon u ho I hooked a
bell start ringing and continues until
you tnko tho lish oil tho line. You can
arrange: tho machino ho that It can bo
put til thu head of your bod nnd tho
t inging of thu bull will nwaken you.
Ufcotirso you must bo inmr tho river.
1 urn goiii:r to llx n mnolilno in Captain
l)i)vai?s Llfo Station. 1 havo boon
working ut uloetrlclly hpvci'uI yours
und made cvurnl clecirlo machine. 1
was fishing tho other day on tno river
when it si ruck mo that trouble and
llmu might bo saved by using cleclrio
ity. 1 n in having cMstlngs iniide now,
nt'id soon expect to lut vo my Invention
In working older."
Tin) nanu' of tho youtiL' inventor I
Wlllltuti Vniulagrlft, l.onUvtllti Times,