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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE: FRIDAY MOST    VQ    YEM    HEI.'    ~,    lgft___ TWO it ti I > ED. Tile I <- • ’ - " " 1 illume .:*■ V> ".I. i Kansan ' i Nov. ■ tension ' wo i ;1 . ,i commuui alion w • ■ ■ ti < r.eo an : Nor.bv, is anuoi ■' ■■ ’ i In Iv..:: and Texas is Uj be ex Ville, the sou: Le* n tor Moines and lvtns:i. Cit neetion will be made and Nor th .vest* *; ,    > direct com.nm.tea’ a direct route to u s Quincy aud Ka ;> i tended from Trenton to Pi a connection will 'n- f- r Waba: h aud Onutha ion* connection »\,th Kar.?a? sas City, Chicago md T vs I VV Ut • i th I 'n ■ the la th Ka Moi ii id is ri?hed i iv anes- • lie D» • til*1 eon-Chii ago ter road ■ -a* City s. The o be iv * O', where v. uh the bg Four Le ivan- j vember Z to 7 inclusive. Conv! to r ! five days from date of sale. And for the American 'at .xtoch j on sale Novombe* Ii? ain! 14 ami 17 i inclusive. Good to return live days ■ date of saie. j One ...id one-r.drd fair foi the rot j trip, plus 50 Cee..-' for iii: ad miss I ticket to the shows. I Tile above applies from points vt I three hundred miles of Cnicago. - lid w lr VI I rom .A th I ll Report t.r t f... Wa si. I.\< - the eon: rn is, fuji inf nu;: dition (if th, coming >. olhce for I SOO. As t„ bonded “I ain abie u men is ha ve ' tinualiy boil meets v , o bonded r< vos govern menthe earning * ao d I a r if» The a mo roads fids amount r~ ■ This, the e< to a dev re a i "■( unusual Pac I he com roll:-ii' i,, •'n a .Jon - bi the dover? • “i h* Sam* things et existed v in aid of issued, \i,v; received frc low th, ; accruing p debts, tl’.u from thus* dueed as it of emigres rapidly inc: incroa? . j-failure t ply with iii selves TI O'J ire d by I of govern ii encecrI . nnaify rn aid in the 'rho «• Nov .aliroaii > report Oi contains the < un* om panics ,n of his Tine ho, leu • ti.s on ■idler ny imp ays MVC eon •eve y i o the ut rcu‘ I no- to 1 no ■ j < ase ads, but roperty.” -led rati- I ■ til. tnt pure the * ills I I Ilion of new naneial ids and ■r sn} ••: .ion ox STANLEY INTERVIEWED. ll*- Again Uxprerse** Himself Cloueeriiing the Kenr (limed Scandal. Nkw Yolk. Nov. th—Henry M. Stanley.who arrived here this morning on the steamer Teutonic, was asked to say some-tt'.iiig about the rear guard troubles and the stand the London papers have taken on it since bls departure from England. * i do not wish to say much about it and have not read the London paper- enough to express and opinion. I ooject to stir the matter up unless I ain forced to do so. I am just?lied in all my censure of the rear guard which was the cause of the attack made upon me In 1 the book. In another Interview, referring to I l arttellot sdeath and Lieutenant Troup’s I book, Stanley repeated what he has already -aiel as to the condition of the rear guard win n he returned from Albert Ny an/.a. From Yambuya he wrote at i’.nee to till Emin relief committee, tell-? / Te m the lear column was wrecked ;hc rn gi et of its officers and their indifference to the interests of the expedition. Referring to Troup, Stanley said will n he got to Zanzibar one of tile tir>t •.Lings he found wa- a long letter from Troup violently abusing Barttellot. I : ever answered the letter, said Stanley, Cl ,1 u - * it needed a personal interview a? there wert many questions I found . I necessary to ask him myself, I ho principal one being why he and others preferred to remain and starve at Yambuya instead of moving on; why they -laid until so many of their men died from disease or bad been killed I I :v< r could get a satisfactory answer from lionney and hoped to get one from Troup. I received another letter from him and answered if In would revise it I would publish it, as it contained many things unlit for publication. He was so oh Lucite he would not revise it and sent it back demanding that I should publish It. I did not. Then Troup wrote me a threatening letter stating that I would have to be db prepared ‘ a- lie might -•ate hintsi lf. thought, he wellhead. I could •ll VV iii. wished to pi Wat Hie re p from misc an' econnI taut Iii; bv ti)*- i 0 meet such tneas-ee lit to employ to 1 wrote him saying maligned unjustly - • many things dinar guard ! should h“ public, but if he H big ll *e ald do so. J "port, Troup's two which I r. eeived .ti ad. I rn)vm tut' A lli u I ft of u Father. The city of Kostroma. Russia, him a ! sensation of its own in tho id tape of a j n u I I ii Ie r, Egor AlexiciF Smirnoff by i name, anil a drosky driver by profession. (The situ of Smirnoff, a boy of IO years, ; tailed to puss the examination at his I school. Being afraid to corno homo with • I Hie report of his ill success he concealed himself for two days. But his father j found him and chained him to the wall of a dark, moist, dirty room which wins lull of vermin. In thecomerof tile room there was a lair of rotten straw. lie was kept in that condition for fully six days, tint ii his mot her could no longer endure tho sight of his suffering, and took courage to report the case to the police authorities. Tho boy was liberated and taken to the hospital, and his father was arrested. On further examination the room in which t he poor boy was chained was found to bo a regular chamber of horrors. There were rings fastened to Hie ceiling and in the floor, by which Smirnoff would hang up his children by their hands and feet, or stretch them in a manner that they could not struggle or protect themselves, when he inflicted chastisement on them with a knout.—St. Petersburg Letter. limnWhite Caps. The White Caps of New Mexico continue so audacious that Governor Prince has issued a proclamation calling upon them to disband. Ile declares that if they do not do so ho will order out the territorial militia, and if necessary call upon the Uuited States troops. This band of regulators style themselves knights of labor, and have organized lodges thro. nit the San Miguel country, until they now have a membership of 1.500. They have without any legal cause destroyed hundreds of miles of fences, turned herds of cattle loose, burned thousands of tons of hay and destroyed other property, while several men who have opposed them have been Ber I ou si j- wounded bv some unseen assassin or have mysteriously disappeared. —Chicago Herald. Chawing (jinn Seized. Several months ago a chewing gum factory at Cleveland, O.. conceived the idea of making a new brand of gum, wrapping it in imitation §'* greenbacks and calling it Gum. made entre* iii 'ors day after ut! Th DU arao T O ?' was -puny < aud itll total The The ii: Centi ;i 765.    ' portico qui in my I; was ■. 0nun I eg'.’ i wait Bol by ti (•vide ll lid. that calling it “Greenback Chewing lr was put on the market and a int. large lots being sold. A gov-nt <L-t clive whochewsgum bought ii st ic in tin statu tied I ingle was if tin ran I have CV lim . i*M Gum* ha-;; let c -b * s' to Fe* 89*51 .).•*• link uro.s *‘i th road ■•*'•’ "i*TI>e e all ■ n. r I ti 11 ii in e oil’d * a ti am. si how it va1 rilled; ho VY like she' pp: column. ?o ling. fell to this ever . i J); at the hoi ut the ex “CU ipi na i enow? what Bart-t lies** that Tho so ; CK i a ooi amp. *• said, was the r. Early on tho " wa J awakened by Inir of dr, ins. Heil ;'.s tile African et rising sun he said, Id shoot the tirst person I > slop tin* noise and, taking a | he wont out. Near the ehJe } si.:i\d a wo nan who was sinsrin | men drumming. The woman j wife of the ehu-f, and whet I he VV OI orv oi Major it was that how it wa: gi andly equipped rot. , received several d and talked ar onces in Barttel-cause of the kill-3 major's violent > morning of July loud singing and -- informed that stom in sainting with an oath, he th; re* 'fu-t oJve •I her no at him. her. ten* las; y* ; to 2'* cents, I rate on 47 cents elded t: gor ira lire's be A Ha nil r and the was the he com-sin* paid ■ es hat* d ticked down 5 pot. in cease singing ion. for all the oat iv intel lot then struck an r bus! and. the chief, lo h - r ic* and killed Barttollot on the One man took a piece of raw meat cause he wa? crazy with hunger and 1 his he received three hundred lashes. As soon as the man was able he ran away but was captured and shot, by Barttellot's orders. Stanley say- Bonney told him only a .-hor! time ago that horn or The N ir* ii w * it rn Bostox, Nov. 0. the the -abor of bi look with pl . about Ba half tile horrors thatex-ted in the camps are not yet known. Stanley, when he returns to England, may bring action for lib: I against Barite I iot's brother. ar ii ti'’? ■ bi:* ’rip; Fryer’* JU Ba rn the -I. layed 1 on the of A'.Ice vontor aret <' Specimen (anet*. S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wisconsin, i wa? troubled with Neuralgia and Rheu-j matisra, his stomach was disordered. hi? ! I. vcr was affected to ar. alarming degree, ; appetit** fell iway, and Vie was terribly ; reduced in flesh aud strength. Three j bottle*: of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg,Illinois, had a running sore on his leg of eight years’standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buck* len'? Arnica Salve, and His leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, ive large Fever -ores on his leg, tors said he was incurable. One bot-Electric Bitters and one box Buck- I, and he at once saw ■ bullation S'* Gill a violation of the ii*s »*f Hi'’ I'iii ted States, lh* notice' treasury department at Wash-n of his discovery, and this telegram sent out to all the district secret • * .'dicer “ ‘Greenback (.'hewing i wrapper that is a violation of 'ak Suppress it." Large seiz-i* article were made and the .1 \ Dry Goods Clerk Doctor. Tho lug medical men of Yi( ana have just been thrown into a panic by the discovery That for sixteen months they hare been allowing a young dry goods clerk to tn at pat h ut in tin* large city hospital. The clerk's na me is Patroller. Ile got his pout;-n in the hospital by means of forged diplomas. During the day he sold thread aud ribbons, an i at night he made tile round of Ids ward. lie hail never and is therefore sup-usible for any number windie was discovered his arrest for forgery in his drv goodsbusi-1.—Paris Letter. studied modi J lo-*•<! to be of deaths. ' in cons ’quell and era!< /./.I ness. est) rte is in _ SPORTING NEWS. Tile BtiiuiiigH Kure*. Kknxin*.?, I). C., Nov. »‘>.—First — Five aud a half furlongs: Cold S von. Roster second. Raubsville time, 1:00. Second Race—s x furlongs: I’ai ti k won. Tanner second, Mabel tilird; t 1:15. Third Race—Five furlongs: Kitty T won, Helen Rose second, Willard third time, 1:07 'i. Fourth Race—One mile: Iceberg won O'Falleee second time, 1:43 ;. Fifth Ka longs, over 7. mgbar se r* be ■ ne OI I rom a in attic ma feet in I** perpend Ii amidship forward is form* i of 8 fee! keel. '.I ] wide. ’ Amil sept SQI respoe’ i' * aud a hor can Vie ii draft. ’’ ana lo*; propeller 0. wh mc if! ft* id Arnica Salve cured him u Henry's Drug store. entirely. A Political Marlier. St. i • a i a a, Mo., Nov. f*.—Col. Tho?. It. Price, president of the Gazette Printing company, in this city, one of th** bust known men in Missouri was shot and mortally wounded this afternoon by J mice John Higgins, of the Pitts county . curt. Higgins was a candidate for r**-• til I nation before the democratic county convention and was defeated by Price. Higgins gave himself up. Fears of vHelling are entertained. Price was a grandson of th** late George Sterling Price of confederate fame and a ?on of the late General Thomas Price, who represented the Missouri district in congress. Congressman Price, of Louis-atia i? his brother. Hr11 isi s usually cause the rapt lire of several blood vessels; th® dark blood (rom which ir.usos discoloration of t lit* skin. The pressure ■ tin- blood on th** nerves may also came i sin. AIt**r atune tin* blood will ii*' absorbed • ml the proper color <*i the skin r< turns. A St * York pin Rician advises as t he best treatment of bruises, “modi rate pressure with a bandage moistened with Pond’s Extract. Tho ii*' of tt bland ointment as Pond’s Extract Ointment will take out the pain and soreness from tit*' part affected.” Th XVI abe Fall Campaign. wlto wants a s al-kinstn but 'ti ti Ulo** o*l softly now ht*r lord attaeque. And coax and tease And melt and freeze Until sh* conquers him. alacque! b r Win n she si-iris on her campaign Mu mast s Ie r purpose very plain. And ne’* r relents Till he consents. \r.d then she sweetly smiles again. _ —Chicago rust. -At 'in** o'clock last night a ?>ird ger was :meed in the city calaboose • ?afe keeping over night. He is : * * * ii for Fort Madison, where he w:ll •va term of two years for assault. • uot1? from Fort Dodge. Fort Mad-shon I call for a new ansu? to ;• e these recent addition? to her ion. : i rd: -T t ourtn ii ace—T wo- year-olds, six iur-long-:    Meleoe won. Lucille Manette second. Hart Wa! ace third; time. 1:10L. Fifth Race—Three-year-olds and upward, five furlong-:    Barnett    won,    Tom Karl second. John Adams third: lime, 1:03 EL CRAIN VALLES IMPROVE. The Market Influere s Cause Scramble Among1 Shorts. llutciiiiison b’nlils tlift I in ii rihirfc**! tattle Calli In tints-Salt*** «.f uUiiii'i — The > civ \ il k Stink OI ar Uct. Race tream third: der ne, Golden Reel third: e—One mile and three furtive hurdles: Longshot won, ond, Greygown third: time, The Nashville Karen. Non vn.KK, Nov. 0.—First Race— Maiden two-year-olds, four and a half furlongs:    Vortex won, Silver Light sec ond. Clark third; time, ms. Second Race—Three-year-olds and upwards, seven furlong?:    Consignee    won, Amos A. second. Remini third: time, 1:29. Third R,a*:e—Three-year-old? aud upwards. one mile and a sixteenth: Marion C. won, Blarney Stone, Jr. second, J. T. time, 1:49    . mixed wi’fit' rn. He*’/.' Options easier, *’ii*v■ ■•■ Cuff**«>—Option * < n>*** I J}* point** tip iii!<'S' I *i*i WMW. or*: Jiiini try, j higher. Phir oio go* **. '* ! ■ Sugar—haw. n.uriiu 1 i I .Vt(,e; whit** ext rn **('." >’! j U-iiM.l T-lf.*’: oil ‘ *.."■• *1 r, 7-ltle; stanilaid “ A, ii I powder* <1. *» gram1 . ■    . Petroleum—Ii nit ■ >■’ •    ■ comber. Flora— Fancy, finn; tv* n Pork— Bull. Lard—I)* pr< aa*si :<ru? ! > * $r> IT.'We N'lVi iubi r, '*< nutter -Firm. VV . s in (pi pi A KmlUing Association in Trouble. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. c>.—Judge Gibson appoieted a receiver for the Artisan’s Mutual Building and Loan a??oeialion this morning. The association was incorporated in I??? with one million dollars of capital stock. Tho la?1 statements showed assets of $25,000. An examination of the books to-day show? a??ets of §9,000, mostly in notes. Wants Cn-Mexlcan Priests Kxpelled. City of Mexico, Nov. t*.—Senor Mateo?’ this afternoon presented a motion in the chamber of deputies asking that all priests not Mexican citizens be expelled from the country as being pernicious to the welfare of Mexico. Great excitement prevails. Mateos is a republican and a protestant. Tile Highest Known Mason Dead. Louisville, Ky.. Nov. 0.—Hiram Bassett, past grand master of Masons and considered a Mason of the highest degree in the world, died ai Millersburg, Kentucky, to-day of paralysis at the age of seventy. Ile had taken every degree known to the order. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera, Flnx. Maguire’s Benne Plant, for nearly 50 years the infallible cure. Thousands of t*si imonialB; indorsed by the Western Sanitary Commission, IT. S. army off!cere. hospital nhvniolans ot.wm- army officers, hospital physicians, steamboat officers, etc. Takeu rn linn* a sure or*-Itta of A gintin nholOPO e rn-popu- Do YsiJ Invest or Spectate Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provisions ? e, trade •■* 1 Ti a reliable firm who have had ten and are nu ali i riot the I hiriuro md Mock Kvthange. Who do n Comuns.e a* Refer to Illinois s Hank, Chicago. C. A. W H Y L A IM D 4. CO. IO Pacific Acc. - Chicago, Ills. We rend free of charge our Daily Market Report and Circular on application Interest allowed on monthly br I U Ba1, 1 ITO] i *-I I I DTT o-vcr in my j ■aking Kitchen, u sc*sweet. -Mrs. AtioiJ. L ::f;si Miller. it years experience Boned or rra.lt* btu -ness strictly < I rust and Savior nances. HAWKEYE MTS Advice to Mother*. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should ....... u    uuuuuuk uvrup onuuiu al ways be used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and in the best remedy for Diarrhoea 'Pwentv-f.ve cents a bottle. Warden—“Well, what would you like to work at while you are here?” New Arrival— “At my old trad**, if you please, sir.” Warden -“What is that?” New Arrival—“i'm an Arctic explorer, sir."_ Short breath, palpitation, pain in (’best, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure. Sold at J. ll. Witte’s Drug store. Tommy—“Mamma, can t you tell me a new fairy story? ’ Mrs. Figg—“I don’t know any new ones* Tommy. Maybe your father will tell mesonic when he comes in from 'a polical meeting’ to-night."___ Prevention • vee s cur*': prevent coughs ami colds by using Dr. Bail’s Cough Syrup. Salvation Oil, the great pain extirpator, can be depended on to cure pain. ‘St cents. Wife—"Horrors! Husband, i've just heard there is a ease of smallpox in lh** flat above us.” Husband—“Yes. I know about it. But its a1! right. It’s the young man that plays I he flute.” Swellings in the neck and all other forms of scrofula, salt rheum, etc., are cur***! by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. _ “What is a woman’s sphere?” is asked Of us by a reader dear. Wear** not sure; but isn't a mouse The best known woman’s fear. f hr* tv* st PETER FAW CET. j    —Bocaccio next Monday night, •rer of :?ti am Ho;] era. All kinds of } the special prices. cork don to order. Shop corner !    ’    -- .-l'c    r»»    fdriv    !*    *    •    r’lnirti^TT-    id    WA    i    RAArhttTTi’fl    IMH®    nit RCCC ham'a ’■‘.'Ila o*irn Slet-H^sdaehc JKpi ela! to The Hawk-Eye.] (’HK too, Nov. (J.—Extreme weakness prevailed in all of Hu* grain markets at the opening of ’change. Th* bears read the sentiment correctly and started a raid on values. December wheat, which closed at $ I.CO’hi yesterday, opened at fl.iDVt! ami was quickly depressed to J I.GO. It was thought that a great deal of ‘long’ wheat would comoon the market at this figure but this was not I ho ease. The few scattering lots that_were sold were quickly picked lip by' th**- |»***>jil0 wbo’werc short at higher prices and who were anxious to secure th* it-pri nts. This caused a slight reaction, but ii succeeding raid carried December bi W-Qc. This price was touched tint for a moment and the heaviest seller at the ii*** line was an anxious buyer at §I.00’d at few minutes hit* iv The market hung around JUklLf* for some time and then quickly shot up to $1.00**. D held at $l.tioWj to ;l UK till afb r noon, when it was improved to §101. The early news was precisely thojsort.to encourage overselling. Iii** weather was mild aud beautiful, receipts ut Duluth and Minn* a pol is reached hall ears, i here was the flrad-str* et report of an Increase during the week ut J,DUO,0* (I btl. iii available sleeks east ut ti*** Rockies, the early Liverpool cables quoted wheat steady, tin*] the /‘rice Current's weekly review gave a favorable account of the growing crop of winter wheat. Later in the day there were reports of an unproved export demand for wheat, I ere were large Hour clearings from t he Athol! ie ji >rts, the closing Liverpool market was tinner and there were Russian advices of damage to th** growing crops there. The in-tlv* rices told on tin* already oversold mark* t and shorts lagan to scramble to get tiu ir wheat back, \ etcrday s'cl*-arings from the four leading Atlantic ports wire 2,000 bu wheat and 00,000 lins of Hour. Hutchinson wa.* raiding the corn market at th start. Hiss fling I roo gilt a large nu int** r ut jirofiT'si mil traders to the s fling side and forced a little long prop rtv on the market. \s in wheat tim mark* t weakened, but soon became oversold. A it; sport in the shaping demand t r the cash corn started the shorts buying and eau-**! an advance. May start* d at 5IL *, sold to ADy and lab r at 54Vi”. Yesterday s exports from ti" four leading Atlanta' ports were 75,100 flu. Brokers wore we I supplied won s* illng <a de;s in oats, M**y start***! :i* l'j<* an*, wh-juiik v raided to I >',**. Wie n wheat ai*d**orn a*lvur.e**l the May sold to f ia t*. i dsir No* york Til*, ariot i (Trice PIO, k at y t* Til i ll ll ti! long acct hilly grangers lion sold its Louisville and I ii vest ors hav* HIO Honey nm! Stock Market. New York. November *1. narket Im:    passe*!    tlirougb ay ut st va n fir* s-ur<* to s**ll, and lh* I b d * v*ai alure * :t~i y than vt stcr-• ti ti :ii losses were more important roo?. Tin r - was a liquidation of tints in all the !< ading ' to* k?. * spend Union Radii**, while Lon-ivorites, esj*(*cii*. ly bt. i'rtul, Nashvide and Union Pacith* a:?o parte*! wit ii holdings in gutimI. Th** money market again bo-ronunent factor and the I u 's fit it ss to attempt any upw ird niov* nient money inaik't became more set thai. re attempts to cover by shorts from tim** Gut operations were small and cry, 17**027**: Elgin. 27i<ci7trk*. C'nccao— Firm. f,ight *Kir s, IU-. Chlrugo f.lve Mt*** k Mar Chica* •. No Cattle—Rec*-Ipts, l*r.D4i * < ■ I strong. Steers,    7b; ’ j; I    * 2 45; rang' rs. $2 s,a ; r,o. Iloga—Iii**:*4pfs, Pi htid ti* a . low**r. R'uigli and <ammi n. * to goo*I puc kers >iri*l ii v*<1 '? heavy and butchers’ '*• r Sight, $S 4h<*t Oil; pig"-. <?” * i. • yhocp—Receipts v‘*oo rn • ; stea<iy. St rnk'TH are! I e r lives. f4 00*5 40; W* hot - ?‘ I I $4 S\(d t 75; lamliH, J* Ute.:, St. I.onlx Live 'st*** I. Bt. Louin, Ca*ti«v—Rece.pts, 2,JOO tieaii. Strong. Fair to Wk*I 05; stockers and u- <b r Hogs—R(*ceipts, (i.i^D h a !n*n»l. Low**r. IL vv, I* a . i*ii 1*0, light, $ ( 7r>(*A'. *'. Liverpool l‘r •<*(!* *■ • 1.1 VER i***<*i Wheat—Steady.    Deal io *fTer sparingly. Corn Bt* a tv. I)* ii .rid r* 4s Ski per cental. Hurling'- ut u .o a Grain and Selfs WI * corn, 40*; onts, 42*'; '*••.    > clover, new crop, Ta J !* Heed. Flour—D**r!»v’s Bat* ?*. ■ AA A, $5 60; Wliit* ie, , -• felic**, $5 80 Atlantic • I, City, $1 45; Hawkeye, J*I . Qi«iil, $1 OOin* r l*l*J {tis; ry Ii Sugars (»ranuia’* XU, r*U*4hVi*’. (Jorf*•is —Common, IVV* a . ** • die; fair, 21**22*'; g*/' *1, fancy, 24(*25e; Java, Teas—Japan, 27*.* •*•; O' 1 J Hyson, 25**(*Ue; Gun *' • 20**60c. Live Stock and I *• I 7R*    V    *    -I* Id 50; hogs, ?..i S    r*!.    *. llV4c; breakfast I ;    ,1    • Fruits— Hanao.i . Al ; t* mons. $*i Ii*' p* ■ ■ ixtx. Hides, etc.—Green • 5c; cured, &Vv<*6e; ar> 'ii.I , * •-lo*; beeswax, l.alfy:; st*-ady. Country Product IL; t r,.’ eggs, I fie: honey, 410    •« bushel; cabbage, '•i'o- .    ;* in, S” OO lier «'•<• >•; dozen; <»!<! liirk<'.v?. 5    . ze*s*', 45(450e; he tim, 75*'*4$1 OO; awee. jier JOO pounds. Fuel—Nut, st**v< ar-I *•» soft coal, per ton, $'! WiKsl: oak an*! hic x* r\ *    * JI 75*44 55. caine a | was used until tin There w time to caused only slight interruptions downward movement and th* mained weak right up toth****!** flons. One bright *?j>ut in the sugar retlnerh-s which showed strength tliroughout. It is * strong parties hav»* been buying , '•*»: $2 OK* k and ill lair pri iii* 20: j'.ist few day tty' of eertith I‘aul ZI Union I t he steady lark t ri le transae-ark* t wa? * M*«*jitiiina! mated that heavily tie* a*' and will ic at es. The Burlington tie 2. Atehi? ■how up final lo? rn. Bo< rn, J ors* imbie,, Uinein: Northwi-stern trti-t I'.t. sag wit i a iriHj->r- an<l bievelandd, Col Louis U*t each. Pacific I L, I* ad sliver c'Ttificat* toward the close night. Centra] Pacific.................... Chicago and Alton................ * hieugo, Burlington and Quincy Delaware, Lac aswan a anet W* •; *< Illinois Central.................... Kansas and Texas............ i ake Shore  ... Michigan C* ntra*    ..... i Paci*lc............... n Pacific.................. Pre! * rre .1............... ar I N' ri ow est em....... Preferred......... — rk Central............... Decatur and Evansville. in ) 2'"‘t trill am t rut St I V*>. M i Nor? he (Thieag. do New Y Peoria, li(M;k I Chi cav i, M wreak* a;.el t. i’aa...... do    Preferred............. ....... St. I’ftu' and Omaha.. .................. do    Preferred....................... Union Pa Ute........................... Ma hash, St. Ije.uis and Pac.rte............ do Preferred. ................. tv cetera Union.......................... Money on call el -cat    e    >?in_-    * at 5 percent. 1’rim*' mercantile pap r, 6 *? per cont. Ste*riing exchange quiet and ?*ea'ly; day bills, 4SOh#4M'V4j; demanel, 4.?-1''*. United St at ob 4’s registered.......... .. United St at* a 4‘h coupons  ........ United States 4t^'s regi8t**red........... United S’Ht'-B 4V*! H Pacifles u: x**s..... up 2 iharply IWO' to :tn ....125 I4t>q ____ 1'lUj ____ ISH ..    ,    iwiW, .ii*? Ms . IT . . .Nj”!, ..L2f*V*j . SD .. 4H .. IO .. 19 V*. .. sd1 ■ ffercd co ms. sixty ..124 . .124 ..Ut! . .DM ll.! Chicago Produce Market Chicago. Novi Wheat Steady, (’tisti, Olit^; I)i*cem (rf I OI1 May. $i ft:. • Torn- Firm. Cash, 52:,t,e; November. 'fay. 54 , *54 Re. Oats—st* a*tj . Cash, 42:„c; Dec*mb* nb**r ii, cr, $i Cam, $10 OO; Jar nary, $11 ’nary, $r, 42q. M t v 4*1“ I*'.’ ,e Pork Dull. May. $12 70. Lard Weak. Cash,*.’. 12L,; Ja Rye—Easy at (OU■<* rf,c. Barley—()ui"t at *8hc. Flaxseed—Easy ai $! >’ Timothy—Si'-adv at $i 25*1 26. Whisky—$1 14. J    ^    SlSCr Flour—Easier. Bink M* ain—Shoulder?, $5 f0 4A 21 U»: short clear. $5 85*45 VK'; short ri!*s, $5 7>«.5 (5. Butter—Firm. Creamery, lH.42*'» •; dairy. 15 ■422c. Cheese—Quiet.    K'ull cream cheddars. 8*4 ;*U»’; flats. ? ; <x ? * t‘‘; Young American, *>4i‘Vic. i-Tggs I’ rm. Fresh, 2i‘<421e. Il.il"i* Unchange*i. Heavy and light green salted, >’qc; green hides, 4?je; sa1 ted bull, I1; •; green suited calf. 7:,R*4Sc; *iry flint, 7(4''*’; dry wilt* I hides, 7(a ? ■; dry calf, ‘*v4Pe each. 25* Tallow 4’4e. -Unchange No. r.. Fun vV heat. Corn____ Data_____ St. Milwaukee Produce Market. Milwaukee, November *1. Wheat—Easy. No. 2 spring, eash, 95,*'(He, December, W*v*; No. I northern. 9x*v (3orn—Quiet. No. ii, cash, 55V6<35-tc.J Oats—Dull. No. 2 white, cash, 47c. J.'S.IS Provisions- lvas> Pork—January, $12 05. New York I’r*»*tu<5c Market. New 5'our:, November 6. Wheat—Receipts, 87,200 bushels; exports, 750 bushels. Spot, dull; closing steady. No. 2 red, VI OSrfl OH1? in elevator; $1 (»7r‘K*rfl 07:'*i afloat; $1 0H‘4i**l hfV'k f. o. b. Options closed firm, No. 2, red, November closing at $1 (Y>'% Corn—R« eel pts, 70,200 bush**ls; exports, 40,-500 bushels. Spot, lower; closing stronger. No. 2. 59'S.jidtiOe in elevator; rtkitt'4Cm* afloat; ungraded mixed, 5','it(*t>!'-*.e. Options close*! tirm, November closing at 5. ”j,e. Oats—Receipts, 74.tV.tu bushels bushels. Spot, week' No. ♦ cuan ****o» ms*lo Read , ret. OVemb , 2,84**) leers, OO. , !i IOO r» ■r ti. il l* rn ueaccns, solid packed. Receipts. Shipments. 14 (MSJ    17,00b  58,000    11,000 ....125.000    1:59.000 ....218,000    I.55,000 Louis Produce Market. St. Louis. November ii. Wheat—Lower. Cash, 97c; December °SU*; May, $1 OfAwiU 05H    ’' ™ Corn Firm. Cum,51W*52c; Deccmb May, 51■’Ge. Oats—Firm. Cash. 44e; May 4.5L* Pork Dull at $11 OO. Lard Quiet at $H t»). Whisk} Steady at $1 14. Rutter—Unchanged. l>«-r,4?:q," NY-' i’eoria Produce Market. Peoria. November 6. low,'5Tqe!,nV, r' N(>‘ 2 yeUow‘ No- 3 >’pl- .ssr*^- ""■’*'■'» n" Rye—Firm. No. 2, CS 470c. exports. 800 white, 52Vi*c; st**rn. ; new $1 OU; y fine . 87 WI. AIV,"4* OK >ot ii Hut ;vrii|* ot" Til] r> ; H‘; rn inly IU CP Jill ti: .e .HHV. 0 a ae AIliJ ecD. pre* pa rf ai illy a:*l •<* any O’ •■• Ii ru all aint bn *ptilnr rfmcdt ISA run of ” 1 '*1 $ av ii tire * TSJil'S A 11 isa urtiv try 1* rj c A» ‘if OH bt A 7. 54A <■/»it. ■ck Ssadsrhcsnd relu dert to a bilious ait Dlulness, Nausea, Lr” •ating. Pain In tho f id •Nuarkstie auccct*s has Haafiacha. yet Carter's Lit To •qpally valuable in Oouati path • vsntlng thlaannoyingc!. *, *.. 1 cerract ail disordtrs of th llrar and rogula to the bow* 'n. •and 'AP.I an* end y-O" l’ot aU-A Iatotho ow 9 Lvon -I "•W x>, I W.» •g.Y.d^’ wouldl*ea!;r -at r~: :    fofh.wo* .-.a aut/arfromtMsHi.’* ,.    '.*tr?»n> BatalythelrgcHvfne-Hd ■    •    •.•».•>    J tf.-a# Wkofmcatrythem^’t! find th* rn UtUo pillavaliv EM* teas many wan that ti    ho *r.i- .Ujjjlode without thELi. ./it    ; * .:ii»aai I S3 SSK, s hj Mre* 'lEfhabanaef no r.'.*vr IT-i wa siaka cur gr.-sat Ain*:    , Othera do net Carter'* Little L<r nr ( vary ea«j to take. V ---- ■*.    j They are atrlctly v> v t* ■ it* * ! pnrga, but by their gentle act’or naatham In viaissx'i', m • by druggists every Whets, or *. CARTE!? PAI ED JCT MB CO skill Flit. si'?.!! tau. E ..a ' la Wta?a irattwhila x rail xnl fh'j .-/'id FPIC! REL T—f* 140THEPS r MA Ai. 'i "J, i VSlflSQjH.; jAl WI DI? * Hoi" -    < rf ti I A I M*v- I VV I ETJ I K Ii CHOIRS W0HTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. “ Mother.^* Prier.rl,” in worth its weigh’ in gold. My wit*,* »oiffercd more in to. minutes wUh either of her other children hun a he end al tog : her with h* r iar*t, a’ 'cr having used four holt! n of “ Mothers ■Friend.” it is r* bieaun.g to expectan’ mothers, sa va r*. customer. JHK2fDEESON DALE, Carmi, IIL Erving used two bottler my reixith child waa born with no pain compar ^lively. Mrs. L. 0. VAUliHf’i, Sheridan Lake, Cil. Wonderful relie v * ’r ich suffering. Krh. ¥ 5*. BGF vSifu't, Vi ;n!go?n(!ry, Ais. '"    .......■".•nnr.Wfii,' ir.iT.j I .rut TttT lottle. JEHD VA ll Pit Ai rfoil ts*'<k. full of th*- ie tfi* him and s ngijj^j Marie. EM LR-” »N EA Y A * (t*i/ ) GABRIEL- Nj, ANTHEM*. '«l. $'* p NKW ilk?l’**N?K>, RKH PDNr*KS A M* 47.:9> per do/ ; SA rainier and 'i row bi K •fit II KMM, AN it 'Kl,Kb 'lo/. ) L M EK-' 9 j, im ?*; <!• ft..) It - EN I KN'CKH. (8U* t( IT(*RAL, (JI. cr $9 dge. OO id *’W '* * I » r Vc R.» A' > Viol For sale a* J** < wn? O' (rl. M»nry’s Dma Ht**r*>. Ar rie-v and th' A Bi, ZEB ll A lf N -■/„) EM KKhOT }!. $9 doz.) Ar* < to - ATL \ -KGNCKKT *»o*l books. (|1 fir VI TX r • ELKCTION-. FOK TMK 1 111 Lf*RK: * .nigh' Napping, tit)* Ma; y.-P*« king. (2U* * Jingle It i -    .Zi*;ii..$, King Win** r '    4 X mas at the K**r(:hi*'l? L*wIm. Christmas Gift. (I5et>-Kingdom it Moih* r (j 8 ( HUI-TMA Ip« r doz ) ■, *,r $l.W*'!fzz. -1 per doz t Ie a i per doz, '■ db ‘ti., $ IXJ j, DOUCl $3 SHOE tf, . *18) r>er de/. Y fSOf*K is A ff.ro fill RKT A f I IV CHI, $2.28 ft PRICE. YO co pier Tt Ut! TI Dr- BULL’S fa Baby syrup Sr iii at* 3 Teeth the Bo u-j LYON & HEALY. Ch OLMER DITSON’ COMPANY Bs JIJI BULL’S Vr Asthma, COUGHS SYRUP A r. n ’! ri r. 1 ’ /j-f a ■I rf C o u Consumption lieves C<*ns:itb ?.'•••. fa rsons. Fricu ‘Jo et o. CURE rmv bain Olf^TTIV. ENT, /1 V^JOMXITON, * 'J L ' r. ^•houo^' HEISKELL^ OINTMENT, ‘5 *4-oo I *350* *3    " $3 & 52 SHOES ./; pjo Pit it> it fit'-'' /■I iii ? Ii in Ii li/iiifhf'i THE HARVEST TIME IU now a thin* of th» p*o *r.d bott* (anaer e*k a. well MrDKi nu.' riu*r j.Ji»- >*ar / ;, > a that l>- aura la I I *• iftzrr. I to tiorue ry.ml r VO- f«*-l VO* r*. n<»t th-i .at" .r ii j j r tun* b> i A..IA.' attention t-> oar    •••    *•■    **»■<    /•*•** <,* We arc now carrying til** large, t o*i k to let M-«*n ii: anyone L ow* in til** connu? Our t»nety ii almo? I m't/'S. aiid a>! *#>■ auaaty we noel oi.]> unenUoa lAe lad t'iat we hare tao iv ii atte, !\ru*g*-r, ii-cher. New I uglund anti i'rnne, n rid t<,r lr- PEH I’D * a l»o •*:re WW 5 f' */* Ii • t Iowa*. r ... -FOR Ai L- P/31HEAC15HE Vh    I,Sc HCfFVAS’S Yr—HkitV.;XS> HE8DACK*' and if roo a*- a*, all far;.; you will readily a; on? iv aiaortment. It wsii ;    . ;.nw your farn.lj wert tf. a tine liprig' i Joan < oi fur dee. option .    ;    * to have y. >'i rn a •■RS] inttnm**':* rani c rsiiM I 1 . i* (J:.:>:»* > and eur-f (J.'irietmM preeentz* i rr.iaiot e«.rue write , HH we woald prefer VU are* ,-na% Wit* A Monee* St* CHIC ACO. TF.ft harvoDi \- D ark CLAPPE v> SU, CHI DR. BAN!}E?' v ELECTRIC BI ■ ft UG »r cr kitrire Th SAVI? mr ’MIB Clit'? A PILES. SALT RHEUM, 'SfTIVi:    A’GlVi;    FOK ECZEMA and all DISEASES OF cr, [id wit ti it wen* Wounds. Burns. Sores. Ulcers, . 73 Randolph St , Uhica^o. THE Croup. Bronchitis. Etc. .KIN jra. lght V TAR-OID SHOULD BS IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD >Y a, I AR OH> COMPANY, Cliicago. ly mg CHOROHiLL DRUG COMPAKI. BrrUnetCB. m THOMPSON MCCOSH, Prealdcut Bur us A. vr cr- r.YV WI PIE MILjLiS. ar*. 2 ar... I ar ♦ Fr ■ pot. iS, BARB WIRE MILL WIEHE NTMILLS. BOLT GAACX HUT WORKS. Fine Too! Steei, Flow Steel. Every Description of Common Bar and Passe na era irr t. 'SKI- >A> 1 Tile Bai A L iv RfitWPi Iron Rounds, Squares and Flats Mills, Warks arni Oiticss, Boundary, Osborn and Agency RTTRT JNGTON. iowa Streets, No, 4-8 H. 8. Rand, Pres. ^ rea? WM. Wy Carson, Vice P. and Sec. Burlington Lumber Company, von, Mi!! S N la- y Saw apd Shingle jVlills, arr ■ No. SI N J*. The pawt i tra charge car accord 8 an: s ! tf OFFICE; COP.. SOUTH AND WATER STREETS. Long and Short Timber. Lath, Pickets. Best Shingles in the Market, Wp Mike tho Lowest Price? on HOUSE AND KARN BILLS. Our Lamber Is Bright. Clean and Free from Grit. Estimates Cheerfully I ■*: ?hod TELEPHONE 47 STEAMBOAT TIU! I Iii ■*•, a; im /KAMI Cr *aa« j ic 3 Thur^tays I rn. Wedace 3 P ta. Oquawka—Os Bur '.ngton Oquawka a Captain Tr -n Hello, There! Walk right in and look at my Great Bis Stock of Jdocio* M rov n ... r Sr<i'»w! A ‘ “'v,‘ ”■“»> pre- rip. ■'*!**. on :v.n < a.,*, and I oxy *;, -r * niat<i>rrh*ft», (rmislnioa *' » !S< rvo"‘(*>©-b'Dty, IKJ potency Sterility. 0(0. whether ca-)w*.ihv;->ira:.c.^>Fml •1*-wa. I.rryni or Kxcfaaea rte. a,    ,,,> j jj' art*r-bi Fiar, 'M VkoN Purea a cream o? tarter baking powder. Highest o! ail i leavening strta**/*a.—D m. Qoverr. tnent Report. Auruat 171880. “HOW S’nm** answer <-it■■ --ti . anti full if tu\ I *' lit*! ? chm Diitn.nv Iourkewbcgk; I7rr/i(»i'cr JI et tutu*. lilt ii: me 1*1 ct i GV, “WHAT Aits FOR ETE3ST AND BOYS. Come right in and buy your UNDERWEAR AND OVERWEAR HATS CAPS. NECKT® etc- Lots of Croods and the Very T * ~ others say, that W. W. L/ Lowest Prices Guaranteed. And then you will say L. LINDER undersells everybody in Clothing and Furnishing 214 JEFFERSON J    _____ IOWA ;