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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIDAY MOKN1NO, OCTOBER 12, 1883,
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WIIl'MATIS. rillAl.V-1-. Nlil'UAUilA. SC1ATIA.
DlSfcASEs- Of TIIK KtrNKY-.sl'IVAI. IISAES, Tohl'in
Livm, Omit. Seminal K:nisiou. Imioicucy.
Asthma. Heal Hi"'"'1. 'v I"-'!"' Constipation,
frvfipvi, indigestion. 11 rma r Rupture. I at
arrh Piles. I' pll I1"1'- ' ""b Ac11''- etc.
When anv ovbi.nv of tne OKSKK.V'T. "U
GAN8 occur. Lost Vita'ity, Lac of Nerve Kief
and Vif. a-ting Wctku- . and si! th.w.- Ii-earn.-
of a p".ina: nvire, Irom a-ha'cver cause,
theconnn ions st-ea u 'if m igneiism perineal in;
through the parts, mil", tinutu thcra to a hva thy
action. Toer-.- is mistaie atuut th.s App i-
TO THE LAMES:
Weakness of the sp'tn' Fulling of the Somh,
Leucrrtntt. Chronic iMlitumaiion or Ulceration
nf the Woniti. Incidental ll.m rrhage or Flooding,
Pali!fo!.--ippr--'d anl Irr.pular Menstruation,
Ban-cine--, and Cnsnge of Lite, ibis if the Best
At p ist ce Mid Curat. ve Agent known.
Kora.l l.irmi of K-aii.-Dillruitlff It is nn-ar-pa.ned
bv anything '.:!'."' Invented, both
curative aj-Lt arid as a .-o.ir e of power ai d vital
izntioQ. Pr'ce of tithtr B ' with Mignsiic Insoles, flu.
sent n txprt-s 0 O. H. ani enminaiion al
lowed' or iv mail on receipt of price In ordcrine
tend measure of wai". and nits of shoe Kemit
tanrecan be riJc in cirreuoy, Sin in letu-r Ml
The Magtetle Cira.'-.t- are adapted to :l age,
are worn over th uu i.-r;.o:l.u i.n.'t tfitl to t!.e
body lik tbe muty i' i an-i E'wic Hum
buu' adv.-rtif d o t-xtinivi.-'i. and rhouid le
lak n off at neiii. Ti.vy t.o'.d tsrir 1'mWEK
FOREVER, and art oru tit all n-aotif of - e
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I' Tt V-nd oce do. &r in por'e (iicpi or
ev.rrvscy on l::-r at our rVai wit a t'.M ol thoe
t-u;;.tV.irn. atd try .1 p-r t-f our Magnetic Id-
'It, anl b 'or; ;:.. ed ;' tbe power r'lditz ID
t-.r otiier M;a"c Apv'iaof--. Po'.tiTelr no
cold levt wLtt!iT tr. orn. oritoner refunded.
"Tof claim too
moth for Saka&i-
a ipecitc f t FpU
feei-rU IepuTt Uyapepala,
o-: ' Alcohollarot
(tpiam UbiIdk. Ibinmallm, Kix-rmatnr
rbtr, or rM-minal Wrakut Mi and flftr oibrr
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I .It, bVaute tbeviraiiof a'.! iiifc' arln-ii from
the blood. It 'cn::ie. I'.' olviLt, Alt-rj-.iTeatjl
jji&tive proprtief m tu;itheetnUitiotit htia
reftrrtd t-. ltkrownw)r)iii4 a
It quifl aim CM;-.!" li. e paln-iji not by Mi
iiitPKluctl"nof o.;a!' - u'.d !ru-t;' caUisrlkf, but
f the ri-et'T-iiioaof ' 'i.itv t uie at)UiacnarnI
nervotif in. wb t- Ijv i.'w bnin i r-liev-l
cf mori.M laa' v!.:'.u utv trvitvd by tbe
Wjwii iiT6 r fi rr' d to.
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I HE BUCKEYE STATE."
What Has She Done for the Op pos-v-
The Latest Returns Leare the Matter in
Doubt -Iowa Conceded to the Repub
licansAn Ebon Bride Sad Nuptials
Fweddie Again American Beauties
Columbi9, Ohio, Oct. 10, 11 a. m. The
returns are slill itmlng Id provokit)ly slow
and scattered. So estimates are being fur
nished by wards, and the precincts are be
ing given by toiinties. The Republican
state committee still claim the state lir a
mall majority, and the legislature by 5 to
17 on Joint ballot. The Democratic state
committee claim HoDtlly's election by 2,000
to 5.000 Hiajority, und 'thc legislature by
1,000 majority. Neither side eem to le
anguine, aud say to friend: 'I"n't bit
on the-e figure." Indication at this
hour point to the election of William G.
Hose, the R. -publican candidate for Lieutenant-Governor.
He is running largely
ahead of the ticket and notably so in Cuya
hoga, his native county. The second
amendment if undoubtedly carried. The
following are latest returns by counties
tip to this hour. Monroe county. 1,9 0
I) mo.Tatlc'JituaJority, Republican gain
20$; Hardin county. Republican major
ity 155, Ii mocratlc gain 8; I.ocatt coun
ty, e'even precincts, Republican -ain 31;
V- rtage county, IS tou. Ri-pubdcan gain
2411; ' ble county, Repui).ii au major
ity; I.uca- county, ectimatrs l.'J'w to l.&oO
Democratic majority; Canton, in warJsand
towiikhipi:, democratic gain 0; Mahoning
county. K-pubticaii gain i!4'.'; Ashland
county, A townships. Republican gain 50;
Erie county, except 3 precincts, 1.5.VJ
democratic majority, Democratic gain
150; Hamilton county claimed by Demo
crats for 2.000 majority for Hoadiy, but
thev don't bet on this; Franklin county.
City of Columbus, Republican gain T.VJ ;
Allen, (. Meyers, claims bis election by
over l,5w majority; Williams county,
D-mocratie majority 200. Democratic gain
417; Morgan county, Republican majority
216. V niocratic gain 2i3: Harrison county.
Republican majority 700, Republican pain
73. Mark county, iKmucraiic majority W);
Hardin county, lipublican tnajirity 5"i;
F-irfield county, Democratic majority 1,-
tverj borty'n liicbt.
t INCISN'ATI. Oct. 10. The Enquirer a;
5 o'c'uxk this morning say it is everybody's
fight at this hour. The Linco'.u Club has
return ffoj ' r:y-ntne precin ts in Hamil
ton county, giving Hoadiy 15, V-'.', Foraker
14.S.SJ. The Lineal nj; Club give- Hoadiy
from 1,000 UiS. 000 majority in Hamiitoa
county, and claims the election of Koiin
er for county tr.urer. At tbe Duckworth
Club Dailoo and Brw-tr claim tne elec
tion ui tr-e entire Highland IIoue ticket
by W.' majority. While verv incomplete,
only twen'y-srven prec not beiiiir report
ed, the fiilowing l the rot cast for For
aker and Hoadiy Vt Governor, sH-jwin?
the K-publican and Democratic gains over
the V' .tea year a,': Hoaly. 7,771. For
aer, T.-'ifl. This is a net, rain 'or the
11 publieatJiof 1.770. If this ralio should
be Kt:.t Up tb Republican's gain in th:
eoutry would be snout 7, w.1, which would
till leave Uoadley a majority of 4.W.
Lau r returns thioughout the state em
pbasive tbe probability that Judge Hoadiy
is elected Governor and give a stronger col
oring to the expectation that the L'. z.la'.ure
will go Democratic if Cuyahoga and Hamil
ton counties do as tbey have been expected
to There are late indications from Cleve
land which are not so promising for the
Democrat as those that came before
the small hours of the morning. 1 he
probabil ity remains that the Democrats
have carried theJr State ticket and the
Lgishture. Lau?t reports from Co.urit
bus represent that the second amendment,
lyougt It has a very largo vote, will fall a
little fbort of adoption. Returns . are s'.f.i
very lfiy aad no definite figures can be
given at this writing as to final result.
Keftnblieaaif Irooi 20,000 lo .tO.000
Chicago, Oct. 10. The Tribune' re
sume of the Iowa election savs; "Al this
hour, S o'clock a. m., the indication are
that I iwa ba been carried by the Republi
cans by 2-VXJ lo :0.'j majority. The
Democratic gain in the river counties Is not
as heavy as expected. In Scott county,
for example, the vote Is relatively the same
as that for secretary of state last year. In
Dubuque couui the Democratic majority
was less. The Republicans, on the other
band, suffered some looses in the Interior
counties where gains were exp'-ctcl. The
Tote or the Republican Supreme court
Judge, nomited to rep ace Judge Day, on
account of the supposed opposition of the
latter to the prohibition amendment, was
not much tmsller than that for Gov. Slier-
"In the sixth Congressional district the
contest to fi; I the vacancy tasused by tin
death of M. F.. Cutis, Republican, is very
close, with the Indications slightly In favor
of the Republican candidate, K. II.
Dk.8 Mui.NK8.Iowa, Oct. 10. 10 a.m. Re
turns received up to this hour Increase
rather than decrease Die i stlmate of the
Republican slate committee, t,ciit al 8
o'clock this morning, showing thai 47 He
publiian members of the House are elect
ed, !W Democrats and 23 unreported, of
which the Republicans claim 12 certainly,
Au Tarty f.stlutme.
C'incinnaii, Ch't. 10. -The Commercial
Gazette In Its last edition t I morning
says: "The Impression prevails that
Roadly Is elected Governor by from ft, 0ft' J
to H,m maorly. Full reports may give a
1 ff 'rent result, birr the outlook is not fa
vouble. The Legislature Is in doubt, but
I claimed by both sides. Tim second
amendmeut vote is large, but probably
defeated by the Cincinnati vote. The
counting of the retmna in confusion
In this county, and, owing lo the. very
late work, the morning newspaper havo
barely u sugceatUm of Urn deum-d vote.
Everybody is worn out; progress
to-day is "low. The best estimate on Ham
ilton couuty from additional returns re.
coked this morning give Jlumllv u nmjor
liy of from 1,600 to 2,5W, with the Legi.U
live and county ticket either divided or the
Democrat defeated. This, mhvti on the
Hlttru from Ti out of 10U precmcu,
may be modified cither way by subsequent
return. As uear a can be estimated the
mnjnriiy against the seeond amendment
will exceed 40,01)0.
Th. Times-Star specials from Madison
county show i'iio majority for Foraker.
Locke. Republican, Representative, do
feat.d. Mahoning county 225 Republican gain.
A I t teveUaal.
( i.ht ki AXi, Oct. 10. KcUirn come In
r-lowlv. At lOA'clock tnt niornlng, with
five w kiIs to hear from, the Indications are
that Hondly cairles this county by a small
timjority. Rose, Republican, for lieutenant
gov. fiior, by about 2,01k). Whitebeck, for
coiihty tr- aMirer, by 1,00 to 1,500. Prob
ably one Di mcratic and one Republican
N t'iitiir are elected and four Democratic
and two Republican representatives. The
remainder nf the Democratic county ticket
is probably elected, exc-pt, perhaps, audi
tor. Complete returns may change this
soiii The result is a surprise to both
parties. The second amendment vote is
'I lie Descon'i Opluloa.
( lvci sail. Oct. 10. Richard Smith, of
tin- C mi tiercial-Gazette, did not watch the
return- ! i-t night, but to-day, after looking
ovi r the tield, said he did not regard Fora
ker a defeated. At previous elections the
nrw-of Democratic success lu the election
of governors had beeu heralded by
Dunociatic papers the morning aftet
the election and conceded by the Repub
licans, and yet the later returns wholly
changed the' aspect of attain. He regards
the prei-incta not yet heard from a likely lo
proiltke greater Republican gains. As to
cau.-es for practical Republican defeat,
Mr. Niiiih .is: "Foraker lost votes
from both parties on accouutof the temper
ance t-sue. He thought also, that wool
g' vvers and wine-growers opposed him.
Widely niflerlua: Bolletlua.
( i.kvkund, Ohio, Oct. 10. -The result
of ib-r Icctiou in this county is still in
.it tiiiite, and the oflicial counl may be re
'i:iri.l to decide sntne ca-es. Tue Re
pub i.-afis probably elect one judge, and
perhaps three of ttie six representatives.
1'be judges and clerks of election have been
eount'.rg a, I night and foreuoon lu several
wards. The rig lire first reported in so am
ci-es are now contrdicted. The newspaper
oilio- and other centers of.iufortuations are
thronged with anxious crowds, patieully
aitiug f"r returns, which cannot yet be
g.i-n with any degree of liability. Widely
liiff- ri'ig bulletins are being posted.
Iluiidlj'N f.lt-etion t'oucs'-ls'd.
Ci '1 1 Mill's. Oct. 11. The Republican
committee thinkn lloadly's majority will he
3 . . to 1. isX and tiiat R.ise will beelected.
Governor Foster thinks Hoadly's chancej
be-t. and does not abaodon hope of elthef
G "Vrrnor or Legislature.
Tne latest from Cleveland indicates that
II oad y will have a niail m:ijonty in that
cuiity. witu the Legislative ticket, four
D-iii"cr,i; an 1 to Republicans. At head-q.j.irt-.
r- the Republicans are still b-fing
f..e a dial, .e. Tne Democrats claim the
I.eL-l-laf.ire by five and the Rebubiicans the
-" La'..- !'V one.
Ills Itepuhllran t Ulni.
Di - Mi'iK-. la.. Oct. 10. Returns are
unut:.ily ow. Tne Republicans claim a
p. in .ili'y o! go.i.srj for the whole ticket,
w .'.h uu- beaviiy ll-publican. Dem-
i.i.:i', concede V.''i to 15.00 on itat
ticKrt. but cla in the House is close. In
tne vb C'lhgresfi-nial district Cook, Green-back-D-uiocrat.
is probably eiecied. The
H'jii-e is anti prohibition. The Demo
cats are J.-aj'poiuu d in tne large c.ti a
and riv-r counties, bnt have unexpected
gains throughout the interior.
I tie I.eglHlnmre lt-ffibllcan.
D.s MuiNKri. la-, 0;-t. 10. Returns re
ceived up 1 1 this hour increase rather that,
decrea-e the estimate, ot Ibe Republican
Mate Committee, seut at 3 o'clock Dili
tic. iiing, sbow trig that 47 Republican
m'-t;iber of the Reuse are elecUd, f.'
Democrat-, and 23 unreported, of which
the Republicans claim l'i certainly.
I'ri Hs Opinio a uu Ibe F.lesriloa).
Sr.w V"I:k, Oct. 10. The He raid says:
" I ne caii-e i f prohibition has been pushed
in this campaign a- it has never before
b' n pushed in Ohio. The vigor of the
contc-t, nided by the exceptionally fine
weiitbo, ha- brought out what may prove
to be the hrge.t vote ever polled in toe
Stat-. While the Wsue ha greatly In
creased the absolute, strength of both sides,
it ha- gsven the Democrutt a large addition
of barot- which would otherwise have gone
to Republicans. And had It not been for
tickerm.' and di-v.-iwlon with the party,
the McLean and I'cndleton flgbt In Cincin
nati, tin- sieknes" and absence from the
stAte o! Judge Hoaily, etc., the Democra
tic vov- would have bi-en still larger."
'1 he 'I ri ULe -avj: "Roth partle claim
Cincinnati and the s'ate. The D'tn'ytratic
strength can never b known until the cities
have been heard from, but Ibe return from
a I ov r the state show aucb steady Repub
lican g.iin- as to make It highly probable.
that the Detnncrstle plurality of 18,1 1.1 of
la-t e:ir has bei-u overcome."
The Times ha: "There was a very large
vote ea-t In Ohio ye-ierday, but Up to the
pre-ent writing the return are loo
scattering to enable til to form
any accurate estimate of the result. The
f;g'iiesf'i;ceive 1 indicate a very decided
gam for the llpiioiiean over the vote of
lastviar, with whlrh comparisons are
made. Mu h will di pi ud on the result iu
II iimlton coiiiitv, where the rrjimt Ittin-ii-iiaUy
slow , though it ha gone far
enough to show that the autl-machllie
Democrat vote ws a pitiful failure nnd that
the ex pi,. me of Ihe , ,,.in fuclions' cor
I upturn ai, d chicanery in ti. nominating
convention did not Olstuib the vole of mora
than l.."i''0 i .pect ible Democrat.
Hamii i'in. o,-i. 10. - lloa.i v'a mnjorlty
In Duller coimh , with four to nshlpn to
h' ru from Is estimated at 'J, 77s,; 0m, H3I,
Elliott, D' uiocrit for i iiatoi, dead.
Dvyi'in, Oct. l'l. -Hoadiy' majority in
this county Is g.lIJ, a I) in :iatic gain of
gij7. Ilrentn r, D 'lnucrat, i elected 8cita
I'Al-l.lNii, Oct. 10, -This county glvei
lloadly gn niajorlly; los b, Tim seoond
amcndineiit has a inajorilv of 2i.
VANWhiir, O't. id. --Fun Murii glvo
Fnrakei 31 tiiajority. Hughes, Republican
representative, elected. 'J , accoud
umendliienl, 020 nnjorlty,
spitiNiii'iK.i.b, M. io.-Koraker' ofli
cial majority In this county Is l,Ji); Rn
piiblli'im ruin of 5!ra. Tim Republican
countv ticket Is elected,
Sii.nkv, Ohio, Oct. 10,-Lurgu Duiiio
italic majority. I'i ohlliit 1011 had majority
Kkvi.nsa, Oct. 10,-lletnrn Indlcatn
that I'oriage county will givn Foraker 500
majority; t gain of 24". Mmrnimi, IVptib
Ucau lh pteu'.allve, elected.
A Konfth Old II pe lonre.
Nkw Yi ith, Oct. 10. The steamer Inter
natio al urrved yesterday from Tilcste,
beaiing murks of having experienced very
heavy weather during the voyage, Follow
ing ' Captain Simpson's acouir:
"We left Trieste on September 3d and
encotin'ered a series of heavy gales and
hurricanes during the first thirty days,
which did but little damage. On October
3, in latitude 35 deg. 1 lulu., longitude. 5J
deg. 10 miti., we fell a shock under t ho
vessel, accompanied by a noise similar to
an c.vi losion. Tho crew were terribly
frightened, and wo all thought that the
vessel had struck some sort of an infernal
machine. Several of the sallrs rushed for
thc-in:i!l boats, while others stood trans
fixed us If waiting for further develop
ment. We made an Investigation be
low and found the vessel all safe
and sound. We came to the con
elusion that au earthquake had
takciTplATe underneath the ocean. At the
lime ol the shock the weather was fine and
the sea very calm. Mil looking over the
side Si moment after the explosion occurred
1 noticed tiiat the sea was apparently uu
distuibed by the shuck which we feit. On
the 17th Inst., four dys later, a heavy
electric storm broke over the vessel. There
was no thunder bul the lightning Unshed
from all p ins of the compass. We could
see the e.ectric currents running ahuut the
rigging and occas.oiia,,) the men on deck
fell the current U ike. No matter at what
portion of the body the current struck, we
could feel it run dowu our
arms and leave us at; the
finger ends. The storm broke about 2
o'clock in the morning and lasted several
hour. Alain, two days later, a similar
storm struck us aud lasted nearly four
hours, during which time the sensation
o casiotu d by ttie electric currents w ere both
pleasing and horrible. We did not know
at what moment a heavy shock would strike
and injure us, yet when a current struck
one of us we felt as if we would like to have
a stay, The rigging andtuastsof the ship
were blackened and splintered in several
placi s during the two storm. .No one was
injured, however, nor did the ve-sel ex-periene-
any great damage."
Hymen lu ibe I'reaence of Death.
I'm isvii.i.k, l'a., uct. 10. Mrs. Tliom
as Co icb, who was so terr.bly burn ' I la.-t
Thursday moniiug w bile engaged in mak
ing apple butler an account of which up
pi an d in these columns died Iat evening
after great suff-ring. The unfortunate
woman had an unu-ua ly strong constitu
tion, and rallied at times so that her physi
cian and family eutertained strong hopes o)
her recovery until this morning, when she
grew worse and began to sink rapidly.
Mi-. Ctioch had looked foiwaid with
great pleasure lo the marriage of hei
daughter to a prominent young man of this
city, which was to take place October
but. seeing that her death was approaching,
she called her daughter to the bedside and
requested that the marriage ceremony tic
performed before she breathed her last.
Th'-re wa no time for preparations but
a minister was promptly sent for, and one
Lour subsequent the ceremony was per
formed at the bedside of the dying woman,
their grief overshadowing the happiness of
the.r nuptials. Mrs. Cocb lingered a
short time afterward. She was a mo-i
e-timab e lady, and her death has ca-t a
gloom over the entire cotumunitv. IL-i
only v.n is a paymaster iu Ihe regular army,
sfa'.ior.' d al Fort Dougia-, near Salt Lake
( it) , I' lab.
nis i .i a iiov
A Thr fty German Lead a Duaty Bedle te
Ni vv VoitK, Oct. 10. There is uiuch ex
c.t tneiit an I no little Indignation among
b'ih the w hite and colored population ol
F i.-iii'ig, L. I., over the recent marriage
of Ir i.a Hitickman. only daughter 0? Mr.
anl Mr-. Harris Hinc-kman. one of the
ol e: colored families in the ouuty, and
J ph Miller, a white man of Cincinnati.
T:i" fad that the parties were of different
roe, wai not di-c.os'd until some lime
aft'-l the ceremony. Rev. C. C. Laby,
the w niie pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
hurch at F.Ushing, felt very much annoyed
on d -covering the facts in the case, since
h'- has been seveiely censured In the social
cire.es for bis apparent indifference to the
sen-i- of propriety. He slated lu self-defence
tint be was not aware at the time of a
d ff-r.-nc" in the race. About 9 o'clock
Ju-t after piayer meeting at the church,
tne man and woman. accolDpaid rd by sev
ei i fit'or colored persons, who proved to
be re ;ii;ves of the bride came to til 111 and
ask' d to be married. He gathered the III
t e party to the residence, of a fiiend, where
the u-'ia! questions being satisfactorily re
sp'.n led to, the jislr were made one, Mil-l'-r
s ud he was a German, 29 years old, and
that be was a Clnclnustl brewer. Ho wai
so dark complexloned and his general feat
ures so closely resembled thniMi of the col
ored 1. ace that Mr. Lasby took liltll for a
mulatto, though somewhat lighter than the
bride, who, however, .vas quite good look
ing, and only 17 years of age. The glrl'i
mother, uncle and aunt, who accompanied
her, were all very black. Tim clergyman,
who Is a young man, Is to he married
him-elf wlthlu a fortnight. Mrs.
HIiic'idhii, the bride's mother, was
seen at her residence, near the Flushing
cemetery, a couple of miles from the
riling". .She Is a large and porlty female
w'ltb characteristic feature, She spoke nf
lu i il iiigbtcr's happv union with "de man
ob In 1 choice," and chuckled qulle tiildl
hlv. "Yes," said she, "Rella had a splendid
home heah, but she's iJonc gunc uwuy and
ef heroic mudder none, .-jhe inn happy,
Shu ib, so I mil-' s tv God lib- her, ' '
1 1 -f 'daughter bad received u common
school i diicaii ni, and il was their Intention
lo li t her go lo Mississippi, their old
horn", to teach school among the colored
children. About a year ago the man Mil
ler, who was working for llcwm I'owell us
a farm laborer ut I iesh Meadow, liecamn
acquainted with Hie girl mid liiutliy lie
asked her paiciii' consent lo marry her,
Milb r wa very thrlfly und of good habits
and hud a good ileal nf money. The gill's
weaduig Iron. semi was quickly piepared,
After the ccirmouy they all reiin uciljio Dm
bride's parents', where a wedding supper
w in had, and where Ihe newly wedded pair
received the coiigrallllalloiis of I hell'
friends, all colored, The happy couple
took the, early morning train
for Cincinnati, where the bride
groom Intend settling up some nf his busi
ness matters, after which tiny will return
In Flushing mid selll'i down to liotiekeep
lug In a cosy Mil In home, w hich Miller hud
putcliased with hi siivIiiks during his two
years' farm work, There is a strong
feeling in Urn village against, the panics
Interested, and soma day, both while nnd
colored declare, they will uol be permlticd
to live together, It Is more than likely Unit,
rather that) Incur the risk of 11 di'iinnist ra
tion, Miller will decide to remain uwny
with Ills dusky bride, ni, least until tho hunt
of tho moment uua paod.
I olcriiltre tin Oar American Heaptlod.
Nmv Viiiik, Oct, 10. Lord Chief Jn
;icn Cnlci'lilge arrived In this city Monday
i.iei iiooii from aH extended tour ot the
Western states, Lust night about one bun
lied mi'iiihi'iH of the liar Association, com
prising tim committee of reception and
irrangeiiient, were presente-d to the Lord
Chief J list ice at Mr, t-hepard's residence,
1 lie reception was an informal uffiir and
was given to enable the members to meet
:be distinguished Jurist, who in to enjoy
lln ir hospitalities ai a formal reception and
banquet at the Academy of Music to-morrow
evening, in conversation last night
Lord Coleridge said thai his observa
tion In this country hud been confined to
Ibe people rather than to institutions.
What he thought of America could not he
easily told, as he ha I hardly had time to
digest or analyze his Impressions. The
Hudson, of course, was
MutiK IlKAl III t:i. I 11 AN 1IIK ItlllXK,
find Niagari vvgs worth a Journey across the
Atlantic alone, At itoston the great jurist
was more than favorably impressed with
Governor Uuilcr. I'rubably 110 man met iu
this county hud so strongly Impressed his
lordship as did the pronounced individual
ity of Itutler. 'Ihe Governor and the Chief
Justice dined together during every day of
Ihe latter's st.iy, and there seemed to
be a natural atlinliy between the Massachu
setts attorney and the Eugli-h Justice.
' Newport," said his lordship, changing
the subject abruptly, well, he did not like
it a a summer resort, probablr because It
rained during his entire visil there. Kilt
m 1 ili the city by the sen did not come up to
I OKA I. OK A T.MMKH ItKsuKT.
The demands of society are nnineroua
and the city so ra that quiet could only be
purchased at the price of courtesy, or on
the pen ilty of being stupid. He should
prefer spending the summer lu a more re
tired locality. 'I 'he Casiiiosinacked too much
of Fifth Avenue and the atiuostpueic waa
t .0 urban. Rut it was in referring lo
American ladies that the Lord Chief Jus
t ce imperiled his cli nice of ever again
lio ding 1 1 vol- in the eyes of English beauty.
An alls-m e of hardly two months, from his
Dative land has set veil, he sa, to win k m
fioui tin- standard of English loveliness,
and he can conscientiously champion ouly
I UK A.MKItH AS IVI'K OS' UKAI IV.
When v. r he went '.he. Am. rican ladywastba
same charming personage, and tin- American
girl the same seif-pos-e-se,! bund ot Inde
pendent anomalies. He .! Id not - f-ti'-ientiy
praise the fresh com' 1. xioii, the
charming iiiatiucis .iml the inilepcnilciice
that marked the ladle. He considered
hime!f fortunate in meeting them, and
fairly turned again-t bis own country wn. n
he unhesitatingly admitted 'bat, in his
eve, tie' American- wire ms! attractive,
lie w as ( specially plea-cd w ith hV. trip to
Ml. Washington. The dav w.u an ex
ceptionally tine one. a id the vb w was one
vouchsafed by nature only once iu a year.
Nkw Yi.hk, o.-t. iu. Mr. FJeilerlck
Gebhardl spent the gr. .iter p irt of hi- first
iliy since bis arrival finm Europe ,,n Mon
day at JiT'ini" 1'irk. He was we comeil at
tne club-and at lle'iiiioiiico's 111 ibe morn
ing bv scveial of his former a-socatcs, bu'
declined, it is said, to r.-late any of h:s ad
ventures on the other -ide or to uiscii-s his
future movement-. H- was dressed in a
tight-titling anl handsomely-cut suit
of tray coth, winch sly.- of
clothes be geni-ral'y wff-ct-; brown
1. it . and won .1 b 'Utoiine e a I day.
A friend who bad seen him -,vd: "Fr-ddie
i-the same Freddie pr. cisi-ly. I wa sur
prised, a- Were all his 'ri lids, to se- hltn
lo-ilay, a we all thought he would certain
ly come oil the Oregon. He will pioba'dy
tun on to Newport to see bis sister, Mr.
Frederick Neiison, but will return next
week, and vou may safely be n-ve he w il
t.ot be far away w hi n tic ( r. gon conies In.
lie I- more reticent than ever. I thought
he vvouid be about his -uy abroad, and Ills
1 0 u-e trying to draw him cut on '.he sub
)"''t." THE MARKETS.
OCTOI'.HU 10. l-3.
I. On Muck.
CATTLE - lie.'cipu 11.050; quiet;
export 'J Oirt-rVl ,VJ; good lo choice
shipping quoted at 5 V) icC 90; common
to fur ft uJKtf5 10.
HO'iS--Receipts 2W,000;weak and RioiLV.
lower: liehi at i-l -0ai5 V);
rough packing i-t txert 76; heavy packing
and shipping H KiU't 15.
CATTLK-Exporfur S5 WW 15; rood
to heavy do f.'i 'Mt' 7S; light lo fair U Wtt
4 75; common to medium W 40 4 W; fnir
io goodtjoloradoft'S'.'rt.'i 11: aoutliwest t'3 75
tt4H,"i; grass I'exans i I Xt'rtl 25; light to
!ood stoi'Ket ', V) it I 7,'; fair to goo I fee 1
rs :i 7o'rtil '); eoiuiuoti to cholcn nallvu
cows and heifers l 2.'t'rt 00; scilla-rag of
anv kind n isriJ 41.
Sll KEI' -- Coinuiou to medium VJ tYfi
,'1 'irij fair to go ld i- .V) a.3 75; mime t3 00
04 15; fair lo -rood Texnm fj 7.Vii3 'J5.
H' Ki-s Receipts 4.401 head; shipments
2.100. Dull and ca-ier at a decline of 10c.
Yorkers slow and weak al V 00; rough to
food I packing tl .lOfrfl Oo: butcben
1 1 oo'(: uj.
XUET-'MWi Novetnber; 95
December; !MI' .laiiilarv.
(loliN -47'iYrf' V Noveiuber; 40 ' year;
4 s; '4 Mav.
OAT: J7' October; SIV November;
ill Vrf.'H May.
WIIKAT-Lower; closing lit tl 01
November; December; tl 04 S
corn Higher : 43 v Id',- November;
41 , vear; 44 ', b. Mav.
04TS -Higher; '.'7 h. O"lober; 1!1V li.
NoV' iuiier; ;i ', I). .Mav. Provisions quiet.
WHEAT October H OH1,; November
Tl lus; December fl IJ't; January
corn oeiolier in1'; November
Ml; 1 111 1 14-r fi1! ; . I. iiuiary "im.
OA'I s Oeioiicr ill', : November ;i5 '1 ;
I icccnibcr lib ' ; January 37 .
I iiiinliy I'roiliiee.
I'.l ITTER-Crciuiici v al 2bW In -J!l fur
si'lcctloiis, shiid" inoi'o lu 11 small way;
seconds ut ilalrv 1 ai -. Duty at 20i2'J
fur eluilce lu funev to -J.'iwJI fur selections;
fair 12rl5; low grade KoclO, Good to
cholci iieiir-hy lu Pall lloni.'l: common "fit
StTlin iniirkci ruled stcuily nnd uiicliangcd
Uinlilg the week lllilll yesterday, when
there Wn nil easier feeling manifested.
The i"iuaiid ha been almost exclusively
fur the best qualities and irity from the lo
cal I rail". .Medium and low grade still
nvei plenty ntid dull,
I'Ol'LTR Y-rnchung''d) offerings nnd
demand equally light. Wo quote!
Spring chickens stirul tlorM 25; good to
cliiilmi tl ftnftt'l 75; liine.y large f2 Wit
i gij Old chickens -Cock t22.V(J 40,
mlxi'dV2 50(rf)2 "; hens tglkWUHi; ducks
i'JOOoa 50; turkey te'WtH; gncso td'a'.i. ,
EGOS Receipts, 11.014 pks. Detnaud
gwud; choice uusraa easy al lHo.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Hell' V Hut cures
ha K ti ti:,
'fi'Mi, Culs, liruli.es,
I'b'l- l llt 1 I S,
III lt..s, SCA MrS,
And uil oiher Innlily u'liea
r;i rr ct-m a bottle.
S' to l y nil Dri.uKi.tH und
I I' I Hill I ,ol;4 in 11
Mi fh :r!i.t & Vrnolo Cn
.li illi''" ""'lliL.
111 11 ii, A'
iiiMiuii,),- itiiiiit :,
III' Mlu jiiiiis iii,iii:i.
nil If . ' rl. '" ' tin
lit '!i!:'t"i!!"!!i. it;i';'ii:ii "ji
mm, . .nl' ..I
1 VJjl.lt, 1 w,
1 , e- -I to A V effc ) Fit 4 l (. J
2 UMiiM,i t.H, 4,
I'OliT (ilJAl'E xm
S.'mkr'h Port GpA-'K Wine !
FOUR YKAl.S OLD.
'PUIS CKl.KliUATKl) SATIVK WINK inaio
trom Ihe Juice of the Oporto O'ape, rnlsed in
tbl coiiiitiy. lis Invaluable tonic and strength
ening tiropert are iinsiiri'assed bv any Iber
Na'ive W li.e It' lng thu pore Jalce of tl.e 'lirap-t,
proline. , under .Mr. Mmer own pcin.iml su;,i rvl
sioli, Us purity and genulm Dis, are guaranteed
Tti - miiiii. s'. child 111 .y partake of Its g. n.-rois
(juattlies, and 'he wenkesl Invalid use II to a'tv.-m-I
age 11 Is liarticutHrlV bi-iictii I11I to '.lie aged an-t
d' Iclituied, and -iiu. d n, U.u larmiis Hilinent. that
a'Teet Uu- weaker im- t istne-.ery respect V,
WINK TO UK It K t . I K II ON,
Sneer's J. .1. Sherry.
Tne P. J.-dlKKHi' t a ne of Siiper'or (bar
ai'ter and . arlnkesof the rich qual tl o' the i.rsoe
from wb ch It Is wade I or Purity, IJicln.ess. Kia
vo' and M' dlcinal l'ropt mes. li will be 1 u i . 1 'in
Sneer's I'. .1. Hramlv.
This liKANIiY Hands unriraled In this Country
being fur superior for medicinal purpo-. -. p I a
pure distiitatl-jii fro n the grape, and con'atn vn!
ua'ile medicinal properi ie. It has a dellrate f. i
vor. sun'lar to that of the gra.es, ff ri which It is
distilled, and is In grcai fav r among t'.r-i cla"
la'iMlies, .see that the sieuature of Al.KHKD
SPKr It, Pa-sale, . J over the coik ol cn-t.
Sold 1W PAUL scum I
ANI) RV nKCGOlsTS KVKRYW'II' t'l-1
LLiXOIS CENT 11 A li K. K.
ti 1 1 ;
li(rteft ami Quickest Route
Si. Louis and Chicago.
TIkj Onlv Iino Himriiriii
O DAILY Tit A INS
Making Direct Connection
I'iiains Lkati Caiim:
II ;()." a in . Mail,
arriving In St. Lou I K.4.1 a.m.; I'h.cago.l.S!! p m. :
Coniiecilng at Odin and Kl!:i:gbaiii for ( .i.rin
liatl, Louisville. Iiid.nnnpolis and points Kas'..
11:1 it.m. Ht. I .oiiiH unci Western
trnviiiK Mi M. Louis ",:()' p. m., and coi.ik ctieu
for ail point Wen.
Ibfit) p.m. l'aMt Kxpress.
K ir Ml. Louis and Chicago, airwn g at M. f.o'i'.j
tnrtl) p.m., and Chicago Tt'ju a m
.' t ;fiO p in. 'I ii -inn it i J-lx presis.
vrriving at ClucL.natl ' :(? a.m.; LouisWtie 'It'S
a m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers ly
Ibis train read) the above points 1 U to ,'iH
UU C Its In advance ol any other route.
TrTh !!: p. m. eiprcs has PULLMAN
I.KKPINIi CA K Cairo to Cincinnati, without
dianges, and through sleepers to sit. l.ouls and
I'-ant Timo l'.ast.
CiLiiiiirniiu this line go through to Kuet.
I ilMM Iljt I S ,.rn ,olnls without any delay
caused by Hundav tnli-rvenlnit. The Saturday after
Kiot) train from Cairo arrives In new Yo'k Monday
nninliig at 10:115. Thirty-six liourr in advanreot
nv other route,
Ir-For through tickets and further tnforniauon,
iiuilv at Illinois Ciintral Italln.ad Depot, Cairo.
I. 11. JOSKN, Ticket Agent.
A. II, UAN.SON. Gen. Pass, Agent. Chlengo
TIM JO t.AI(I)
ARRIVAL AND DhlPAIiUKF. tiF MAILS.
Arr st I Dep're
P. O, I'm l'U
I r It. It iibroiieli lock mull). ft a. in. I
' " ..11: Mia in Hp,
" (way mall) 4 Hnp.ni. UP-
(Houthern Dlv. 5 p. l
Iron Mimiitiiln R. R -':!I"P 1-
Wahnsh It. It I" p. m. U p.
n ...... ui I, ,i,un li 7 n. ill. Ida.
1st. Louis & Clro It. It n p. in. n:,ii) am
Olilolflver '.' in. 4 p. ni.
Miss lllvcr arrives Wed., Shi . Mom
" departs Wert., l'rl. ,
I' li. ecu. del. op li from 7:iiam to , : 0 pm
l'.O, box del. men from a. m op in.
Hiimliivsgen. dui. open fnun....H. m. I o 1" m.
Hiindn'vs box del. open from.... a. m. to K .3(1 ant
4rN()Tl Changes will no ,m'iiinie.i
time lotlmu lucltriwiners. ( linngc your 'ciirns nc-
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'IYIY
i MKsTMt. K-'d year opuns Heptenibur l'.'th.
Ilulldliig new. Hiiperlorappolntniunts civil K n
Kliiiierlng, Chemloal, Colluijlalo, KnKllsh Conrsei.,
clronlnrsof P. W. nrel,jMi.l W.V. llullldiiy,
Esq ,nrof CoLTHKO. UYATT, l'res't.
e . '"tHsf-)'.y l V-v-.-.w P.-