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ORiiXQB AND THE .GREEN.
Narrow Escape From a Bloody Riot in Iroland. The "lioril Mayor of Dublin Hooted and Jeered In tlio HtreU of Slntc and StioU Fired Down Upon X.M11I Longno Street Forsona WoumtcU. LoNBONDEniiY, Nov. 2. Still Later, After tho announcement of tho decision of the City Council rescinding the motion to grant thorn tho use of tho City Hall for the purposo of holding a meeting, tho Nationalists proceeded in a body to tho railway station to await tho arrival of Mr. Dawson, tho Lord Mayor of Dublin. Tho train bearing His Lordship hod scarcely halted at tho depot when ho appeared and was quickly seized and hurried to a carringo by a reception committee. A procession was then formed and tho line of march takon through streets to tho hotel, whore a banquet had beon prepared. "Wlkerovcr possible along tho lino of tho routo of tho procession Orangemen had takon positions In tho windows and upon tho roofs of tho buildings. For a short tlmo, as tho Nationalists were passing along tho roadway, tho Orangemen abovo contended t uomselves with hooting, jeering, and showering imprecations upon tho Land Leaguers. Suddenly a pistol shot was heard. This was apparently tho signoj for an attack, as revolvers were fired in rapid succession all along tho lino, while slates wero torn from tho roof and hurlod upon tho heads of tho Nationalists. Having given vont to their excels of bad fooling tho Orangemen mado no further demonstrations and tho violence subsided after a few desultory shots. Considering tho extent of ttio firing and tho number of missiles thrown, the casualties wero few. One Catholic, a boy, was shot and may dio from tho effect of his wound, and perhaps ten or twelvo others wero moro or less seriously hurt. THio hotel was reached without further interruption and tho Nationalists dispersed. Mr. Dawson in the afternoon issued a request to his friends and to abstain from acts of violence in retaliation for tho outrage In the Mr. Dawson delivered a lecture at tho National Institute on tho subject of "Franchise." His audience was largo ami enthusiastic. No attempt was mado to interfere with the progress of tho lecture. The town is now perfectly quiet and no further outbreak is apprehended. Several Orangemen wero arrested for firing revolvers at tho procession and search is being made for other who are known to have been concerned in tho attack. French lTorol.ii 1(oy. Paris, Nov. 2. It is reported that Dr Harmand, French Civil CQiiuul&s.uhei' in Tonquin, is on his way buck to Fran v. Admiral Gidiburnt, the Krvnch Conuuium r at Tainatuve, is negotiating with tho Horn, for a bottluiueut of the ixlstl tg dittlcuitiui with the French in Mudaahcar. A VcsM'l (turned. New You K, Nov 2. The barge ICnth. leen, of fcavonuuh, louded with I.Vj bait uf cotton, took lire in tho North and, in let than an hour, wusnl.uost a total joss The origin of the lire is unknown, and Hie lus3 on cotton and barge is ttiuiuted at $10,OUJ; fully insured. 'ZitiQ Chinese IHdy Ho:;o Kong, Nov. 2, It is stated that iH),(HX) Chinese troops are now in well nrimu and equipped ami determined to defend tho town. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. General Mnrkets. Cincinnati, Nov. .Cabbage Tho demand va fair and the maiket steady. Prime to choice home grown selling at f 1 MJ &1 75 per brl iu hhippiug order. Shipped stock sold at &8(&7 por huudied on track, and $1 23Q1 W) mr brl fromstoro Turnips Dull at $1$$1 m jerbrl from store. Rutabagas sell at $1 25&1 60 per brL Onions Quiet and steady. Prime to choice in shipping order sold at $1 251 75 per brL Sweet Potatoes Market quiet and steady, choice Jerseys being in demand. Prime to choice Eastern yellow selling at $2 t0 2 50 per brl, and Southern do at $1 50 1 75; genuino Jerseys soiling at 3 5U8 75 per brl. Potatoes Market easy, with free offerings. Early rone sell on track at 35$ 30c por bu, and Burbanks nt i07jja5e. Mixed bulk lots sold at 205c per bu on track From store, 510o additional is charged. Nkw York, Nov.3 Fork Dull; $1 15 for spot mess lard; $7 54(3i7 55, November; $7 50(27 55, December. Molasses quiet; New Orleaus ordinary 4045a Butter firm, fair demand; Western imitation creamery choice, 2J($ks. Choose Quiet; Ohio fiat fancy, llHKc Eggs Quiet; "Western, 'JOe. Sugar Dull ; cut loaf, 1XIJ; granulated, 8o; confectioners A, 8c. Tallow Steady, 7J7 for prime city. Rice Nominal. Grain Markets. New York, Nov. 2. FJour Quiet and stady;No.2 State, $U 253a 25; extra Western, $3 C54 2.5; Minnesota, M 00(30 50, Wheat No. 2 red winter, $1 1U; December and January, $1 12& Com No, 2 November, 57c bid. Oats Firm; No. 2 November, S535c. Rye Moderately active and firm; Western, OlSQGCc; State, 70(271c, Barley Quiet. lilve Block BfarUets. Cincinnati, Nov, 2, Cattle Common to fair shippers, fl -10(35 10; good to choice, 15 25(35 75; good to choice butchers1, fft 00 4 00; fair to modium, $2 753 75; common, $1 75Q2 50; good to cnoico cows, $3 l)0-i 25; good to choice hoifers, $4 00 A 50; common to fair oxen, $2 503 50: good to choice, $3 75(34 50; stackers and feeders, $3 504 25, and some extra at 64 50, and some light yearlings and calves, $2 253 50. Hogs-Select butchers aud heuvy shippers, $4 C04 80; fair to good pocking, . $4 3504 05; fair to good light, 4 A(m to; common, $3 754 80; culls, $3 754 40; 1 stock hogs, 3 6004 25. Union Stock Yards, 111., Nov. 2. Hogs Light mixed at $4 455 00; mixed pack ing, $4 iu(4 45; neavy snipping grades, . $4 60&5 05. Cattle Market steady. 'c East Buffalo, N. Y,f Nov. 2. H Yorkers, OJjMQi 80; Hogs few Advertisements. M. 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" I havo used Ayer'8 Cherry Pectoral in my family for several years, and do not hesitate to pronounce it tho most effectual remedy for couchs und colds wo havo over tried. A. J. Crake." Luke Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882. " I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, and after trying many remedies with no success, I wns cured by the uso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral JOSEl'U Waldew." Byhalia, Miss., April 5, 1882. "I cannot say enough in praise of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that but for Its uso I should long sluco havo died from lung troubles. K. Braqdok." Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882. No case of an affection of tho throat or lungs exists which cannot bo greatly relieved by tho uso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, nndltwillotra; cure when tho disoaso Is not already beyond the r octroi of modlclno. l'REl'ARED ry Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. 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